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Fantasy Articles Featuring Johan Santana

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Johan Santana's name.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Moore Trouble Ahead?

The news surfacing late Tuesday that Matt Moore is reportedly dealing a torn UCL and may need Tommy John surgery could spell doom for the Rays.

2014 Orioles Preview: Wild Card Contender?

The health of Manny Machado may prove crucial in the Orioles' bid to make the playoffs in 2014.

2014 Mets Team Preview: Another Growth Year

Matt Harvey's Tommy John surgery is one of the reasons why the Mets will have to wait another year to contend.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Xander Lands in Boston

With the Rays nipping at their heels in the AL East race, the Red Sox called up top prospect Xander Bogaerts to strengthen the left side of the infield.

The Wheelhouse: So You Want to Be a GM?

After criticizing Royals general manager Dayton Moore's only trade at Wednesday's non-waiver deadline, Derek VanRiper retraces his steps over the past 18 months and questions some of his own decisions.

Behind the Numbers: 10 Fearless Predictions

Yasiel Puig will be the best Dodgers outfielder the rest of the way, according to David Regan.

Monday Lineup Card: Closing Carousel Spinning Already

Transaction Analysis: Captain of the Disabled List

Derek Jeter started the season on the disabled list, and it doesn't look like he will come off it when he's first eligible.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Ludwick Limps To DL

The Reds left fielder is one of the first to hit the disabled list as the regular season gets underway.

Diamond Cuts: Unchartered Territory

Johan Santana underwent his second capsulorrhaphy in 31 months and will be out for the season. Jeff Stotts discusses Santana's likelihood of returning in this week's article.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Marmol Already Melting

FAAB Factor-NL: Countless Buying Opportunities

Pictured in happier (well, at least on the field) times in Tampa Bay, Carl Crawford surprised many by rehabbing his elbow enough to be ready for Opening Day.

RotoWire Roundtable: March Consolidated Top 350

Aroldis Chapman's move to the closer role has bumped up his value considerably, according to our panel. See who else had big changes in value this month.

Spring Training Job Battles: Spring Conclusions

How will the Dodgers replace Hanley Ramirez? Brian Pelowski looks around the league as the spring job battles wrap up on the brink of Opening Day.

The Long Game: Keeper Auction Strategy Tips

Should you invest in an ace in your keeper league auction like Justin Verlander, or are you better off spreading your pitching dollars around? Erik Siegrist discusses the alternatives you have.

Behind the Numbers: Spring Training Heroes

Eric Hosmer tore up spring training last year before a disappointing sophomore campaign. Dave Regan highlights spring performances that have grabbed his attention.

Rounding Third: Updated Top 350

Prince Fielder's rise in ADP speaks to the desire for owners to find a safe option in the first round. Is such safety real or an illusion?

MLB Barometer: Smoke Signals

In some instances, spring training smoke means fire. Howard Bender takes a look at Nolan Arenado and others who are an opportunity away from making an impact.

Bernie On The Scene: Starting Pitcher Rankings

Clayton Kershaw is the king of the hill in Bernie Pleskoff's starting pitcher rankings for 2013.

The RotoWire 350: Preaching What I Practice

Wilin Rosario has climbed the RotoWire rankings to correspond with how Jeff Erickson has treated him at the draft table.

Spring Training Job Battles: Early March Update

Brian Pelowski takes a look around the league at job battles for all 30 teams -- including the fallout from Mark Teixeira's wrist injury.

All-Time Roto Team : Which Historical Seasons Would Have the Biggest Fantasy Impact?

Jimmy Rollins' 2007 MVP season just misses the cut

Magazine Mock Draft: A Look Back At Our Earliest Mock

A lot can change over the course of the season, but here's a look back at the RotoWire Magazine Mock Draft in late December.

The RotoWire Roundtable: February Consolidated Top 350, Part II

One member on our panel kept Alexei Ramirez out of his top 350 altogether.

Collette Calls: Market Watch

Jason Collette takes a look at how the recent LABR mixed draft varies from the NFBC ADP report.

Mets' Team Preview: Fools Gold

The Mets got off to a great start last season but really faltered down the stretch.

Rounding Third: This Time We Go To 350

Lance Berkman was so excited that we expanded the list to 350 players, he called a press conference.

Twins Team Preview: The Painful Rebuilding Effort Continues

Justin Morneau and Joe Mauer remain behind, but the Twins have ramped up their rebuilding efforts this offseason.

How Long Is He Out?: Knowing Medical Terms Can Give You the Advantage

A crash course in medical terms that will help you gain an advantage in your league. Jeff Stotts also examines some players looking to bounce back after suffering injuries in 2012.

Diamond Cuts: Looking Ahead

Jose Bautista will be one of the players who Jeff Stotts will be tracking this offseason.