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Fantasy Articles Featuring Oswaldo Arcia

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Friday Lineup Card: Stubbs For Cheap Power

Drew Stubbs may offer solid outfield depth down the stretch for your club...

MLB Barometer: Twin Powers

The returns of Oswaldo Arcia and Josh Willingham have strengthened the Twins' lineup, as has the signing of Kendrys Morales.

Daily Baseball 101: Breaking Down FanDuel Hitting

Michael Rathburn crunches the numbers and identifies the best hitter to target (or avoid) on FanDuel

Sunday Lineup Card: Call On McHugh

Saturday Lineup Card: Brighter Days Ahead for Butler

Despite a disappointing performance in his debut, Eddie Butler is still deserving of consideration in many formats.

Thursday Lineup Card: Beltran, Cain, Cashner Set For Returns

Wednesday Lineup Card: Big Names Back In Action

Ryan Zimmerman, Josh Hamilton and Nelson Cruz were among the big bats to return to lineups for Tuesday's games.

MLB Barometer: All Aboard the Jenrry Train

Jenrry Mejia has solidified the Mets' closer situation and merits an upgrade in Vlad Sedler's eyes. See who else makes his list in this week's Barometer.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Singleton, Springer Reunited In Houston

Monday Lineup Card: Plouffe Positive

Saturday Lineup Card: Where's Oswaldo?

Oswaldo Arcia hit another home run Friday, his second in five games since returning to the major league club.

The Daily Duel: FanDuel Value Picks

Howie Kendrick's nine steals have him on pace to post career-best numbers in the category this season, and his aggression on the basepaths has made him more valuable.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Great Britton

Zach Britton has a line on all the Orioles' saves, making him criminally underowned.

Rounding Third: Week 9 Primer

Sean Doolittle went for the highest amount in Jeff Erickson's NFBC league's FAAB bidding this week. See who else got the nod in various leagues this week.

FAAB Factor-AL: A Whiff of Success

Rougned Odor's hold on the second base job will last longer than expected, with Jurickson Profar (pictured) suffering a setback in his rehab.

Thursday Lineup Card: A New Day Rising?

Monday Lineup Card: It's Parra for the Course

FAAB Factor-AL: Wieters To The DL

Matt Wieters went to the DL on Sunday morning after being diagnosed with an elbow injury earlier in the week. Andrew Martinez evaluates his potential replacements.

Friday Lineup Card: A Sweet-Smelling Odor

The Rangers bit the bullet and called up Rougned Odor on Thursday, hoping he'll outpace the production at second base provided by veteran retreads Donnie Murphy and Josh Wilson.

Thursday Lineup Card: Along Came Polly

Charging the Mound: Selling Low on Harper

Chris Liss completed a trade with Jeff Erickson for Bryce Harper live on our weekly video segment. They talk about it in this week's article, along with a handful of other baseball topics.

Saturday Lineup Card: Richards Gets Richer

Monday Lineup Card: Don't Go it A-Loney

FAAB Factor-AL: Back In the Saddle?

Is there a chance that Jim Johnson could regain the A's closer job just weeks after he lost it? Andrew Martinez suggests the possibility and gives you a bidding price on him in this week's article.

Saturday Lineup Card: Next Man Up

The closer carousel continues. Jason Grilli is out with an oblique strain and Ernesto Frieri has lost his job.

Friday Lineup Card: Dice-K Gets a Save?

Daisuke Matsuzaka picked up a save for the Mets on Thursday. Could he become the new closer in Queens?

NFBC Trends: Beat DVR!

RotoWire's Ryan Rufe played in the Beat DVR league in the NFBC Online Championship - here's his review of the draft.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Tommy John On Tap For Nova

The Yankees' Ivan Nova appears to be the next pitcher in line for Tommy John surgery, after the procedure was recommended following an evaluation Tuesday.

Saturday Lineup Card: New Digs For Davis

Ike Davis has a new home in Pittsburgh, but is he worth an add?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Prepare for the Summer of George

He may not be in the majors quite yet, but Astros prospect George Springer's continued dominance at Triple-A could mean a promotion may soon be looming.