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Fantasy Articles Featuring Fernando Salas

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Fernando Salas's name.

2014 Cardinals Preview: The Fountain of Youth

The Cardinals churn out talent better than any organization in baseball. What will Michael Wacha do for an encore after an outstanding debut last season?

2014 Angels Team Preview: Old And New Uncertainty

The Angels had one of the most disappointing seasons in 2013 following record-setting spending on free agency. With the budget stretched thin, can their offseason moves turn into a return to the postseason?

Behind the Backstop: Roster Shuffle Review

After an impressive campaign at Double-A, Domingo Santana is inching closer to the big leagues after being added to the Astros' 40-man roster. Tory Hernandez takes a closer look at the players that teams wanted to protect from the Rule 5 draft.

House of Shlain: Moving Pieces

A number of young players stand to benefit from the trades that have been made thus far, including the Rangers' Jurickson Profar. Nick Shlain examines some of the early winners.

FAAB Factor - NL: Deadline Trades, September Callups

Justin Morneau has a new home in Pittsburgh. Jan Levine breaks down his free agent value and talks about all the September callups.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Byrd Flies Over To Pittsburgh

Wednesday Lineup Card: Pop Open a Bottle of Andre

FAAB Factor - NL: Atlanta's Rotation Decisions

With Brandon Beachy close to returning and Alex Wood getting stretched out as a starter in Triple-A, could Kris Medlen lose his rotation spot?

Saturday Lineup Card: The Accurate Archer

Thursday Lineup Card: A Honed Leonys

Friday Lineup Card: Young Again

Tuesday Lineup Card: Double Doubleheaders

Friday Lineup Card: Coveting Colvin

Friday Lineup Card: CJ3B

Thursday Lineup Card: Buying Porcello

Saturday Lineup Card: May The Fourth Be With Walker

Wednesday Lineup Card: New Brew In The Ninth

FAAB Factor - NL: Huge Slate of September Callups

Jan Levine reviews the slate of NL players getting the call and suggests a few others that might be on their way.

Bogfella's Notebook: NL Bullpen Review

Chaos in Milwaukee, excellence in Cincinnati.

FAAB Factor - NL: Young Uprising: Teheran And Bauer

Friday Lineup Card: Interleague Under the Lights

Transaction Analysis: Bay Returns to Mets

Sunday Lineup Card: Juan ATLien

Mound Musings: Closers in Waiting

Matt Thornton isn't the closer yet on the South Side, but he appears next in line. Which relievers should you target now for saves later?

Circling the Bases: One Man's Failure ...

How to take advantage of the early-season misfortunes of certain ballplayers.

Mound Musings: Ranking the 30 Closers

Rafael Betancourt is the top-ranked closer? Dave Regan says so. Check out his unqiue rankings formula.

Bogfella's Notebook: Eight NL Central Arms to Watch

Even in seasons where he wasn't returning from injury, Adam Wainwright has been consistently undervalued.

2012 Cardinals Preview: Cardinals 2012: Unlikely Champs

The Cardinals may have lost Albert Pujols to the Angels, but they do get Adam Wainwright back.

Collette Calls: Reviewing Rookie Impact

Atlanta's Craig Kimbrel led a large class of rookie closers in 2011.

2011 MLB Playoffs Cheatsheet: Fewer Bankrolls This Year

There are fewer clear underdogs this year, meaning it's less profitable to draft lesser players on purportedly stronger teams. Thus, someone like Miguel Cabrera doesn't necessarily get discounted.