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Fantasy Articles Featuring Willie Bloomquist

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Willie Bloomquist's name.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Will the Real Corbin Please Stand Up?

Friday Lineup Card: Hail, Cesar!

Cesar Hernandez is cranking the ball well of late, landing the confidence of Phillies’ interim manager Pete Mackanin, suggesting that Hernandez could continue to play every day at second base even when Chase Utley is activated from the DL.

In Some Depth: The Melk Man Can't Deliver

Ryan Eisner on Melky Cabrera's dismal season, the Diamondbacks' depth at catcher and more.

Spring Training Job Battles: And We're Off

Clay Link details all the relevant job battles from around the league prior to the start of spring ball.

Mariners Team Preview: Playoffs or Bust

The Mariners upgraded offensively this offseason, but the team's playoff hopes could hinge on how much the pitching staff regresses from last year's historic numbers.

Monday Lineup Card: Peralta Steals Home and the Attention of Fantasy Owners

Diamondbacks outfielder David Peralta is Monday's recommended pickup.

Saturday Lineup Card: Worley of a Pickup

Pirates starter Vance Worley has picked up his game on the mound in recent weeks, making him a viable option for fantasy owners.

Wednesday Lineup Card: They Called Up Kennys!

He may not be Byron Buxton or Miguel Sano, but Kennys Vargas is a Minnesota hitting prospect worth your attention.

Monday Lineup Card: Gyorko Going Gone

Padres second baseman Jedd Gyorko has been hot since returning from the DL on July 28.

Sunday Lineup Card: A Vogt Of Confidence

Heavily-used utility player continues pace at the plate

Friday Lineup Card: Phelps Offers Mid-Season Rotation Help

The Yankees have been looking for stability in their rotation of late...

DFS Baseball 101: Breaking Down FanDuel Hitting

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

FAAB Factor-AL: Gausmania 3.0

Kevin Gausman is back up for the Orioles - is he here to stay this time? Andrew Martinez weighs in on how much to bid on him.

In Some Depth: The Trouble Spots

Billy Hamilton has rebounded from a rough first week, but his overall numbers still leave plenty to be desired. Ryan Eisner takes a look around the league as the lightest-hitting regulars at each position.

2014 Mariners Team Preview: Here Comes Cano

Robinson Cano has 240 million reasons to smile in Seattle, but can he alone turn around the hopeless Mariners?

Collette Calls: Uphill Battle

Ian Kinsler plans to steal more bases during his first season in Detroit, but will he be able to pull it off? Jason Collette takes a closer look.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Get Yourself A Dyson

Sunday Lineup Card: Colabello Who?

Wednesday Lineup Card: Grilli Set to 'Preheat' For Now

The Pirates activated Jason Grilli from the DL on Tuesday, but he'll be used in middle relief initially while the Pirates stick with Mark Melancon at closer.

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.

Friday Lineup Card: Walker Set To Debut

Thursday Lineup Card: Byrd Delivers in Debut

FAAB Factor - NL: The Doc Is In

Roy Halladay came off the DL Sunday and picked up the win in his first game back. What should we expect for the rest of the year? Jan Levine weighs in with his opinion.

Monday Lineup Card: Buying Lo for Saves

FAAB Factor - NL: Many Happy Returns

Cameron Maybin is one of the many players that could be coming off the NL soon. Jan Levine gives you the full skinny in this week's NL FAAB Factor.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Yes Way, Jose

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.

Monday Lineup Card: Rajai Runs Wild

Friday Lineup Card: Ramos Provides The Fireworks

Thursday Lineup Card: Be Like Mike