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Fantasy Articles Featuring Edward Mujica

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Edward Mujica's name.

Mound Musings: Trade Winds

Brad Johnson analyzes the Cueto, Hamels, Kazmir and Tulowitzki trades and what it means for fantasy owners.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Tulo-ronto

After a decade in Colorado, Troy Tulowitzki was stunningly moved to a new home late Monday night, as he'll join the Blue Jays' star-studded lineup

FAAB Factor - AL: Montero Returns

RotoWire's Andrew Martinez is back with this week's edition of the AL FAAB Factor, where he discusses the MLB return of Jesus Montero, who has little left to prove in the minors.

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Can Stick

Chris Benzine discusses why Kyle Schwarber could stick around with the Cubs, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Thursday Lineup Card: Betances Continues To Roll

With Andrew Miller still sidelined to injury, Dellin Betances continues to fill in admirably.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Buying Buxton

Chris Benzine discusses why Byron Buxton is worth a pickup if not already owned, plus more in Wednesday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: Garcia May Still Be There

, so Garcia may not be available in some leagues, but with the way heís been hitting of late heís worth consideration.

Thursday Lineup Card: It's May Day

The 25-year old May was once a touted prospect for the Twins, and while he hasnít debuted with a boom during his young career he still offers some intrigue as a backend pitcher to roster in deeper leagues

The Lineup Card: Mile High Platoon

Saturday Lineup Card: The Rise Of Rusney

Chris Benzine discusses what Rusney Castillo's recall could mean for him and the Red Sox's outfield, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: No Cooling Colabello

Monday Lineup Card: The Never-Ending Torii

He may be 39 years old, but Torii Hunter has been thriving at the plate in his return to the Twins, with whom he started his career.

Saturday Lineup Card: Burnsing Up The Basepaths

Chris Benzine discusses why Billy Burns could be an intriguing option in deeper leagues plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Mound Musings: Time to Start the New AL Arms Watch

Brad Johnson looks to ride the next wave of great American League pitchers

Tuesday Lineup Card: You Canha Do It

Bats & Balls: Observations from Opening Week

Dave Regan sizes up the first week of the baseball season and likes what he sees in Colorado, especially from Nolan Arenado.

FAAB Factor - AL: Many Options To Sort Through

Koji Uehara's injury has opened the door for a couple of speculative plays in the AL this week, writes RotoWire's Andrew Martinez.

Mound Musings: The Do No Harm Strategy

Brad Johnson details how to spare your rotation harm even when not all of your starting pitchers are elite.

Diamond Cuts: Early Season Injuries

Red Sox closer Koji Uehara is likely to start the season on the disabled list, opening up the door for someone else to grab the early ninth inning work.

Red Sox Team Preview: Acceptance

The Red Sox seem to have accepted that they are best off as a big-market, high-scoring offensive club writes RotoWire's Johnny Clemeno. Mookie Betts is one of the more interesting players on this year's squad.

Chasing Saves: Setup Men Who Could Close

Jeff Zimmerman ranks setup men according to the number of saves they could get this season, and Philadelphia's Ken Giles might be the best bet.

Collette Calls: Reviewing 2014

In his look back through the columns leading into the 2014 season, Jason Collette was right to pass on Michael Wacha as a top-100 overall player.

Saturday Lineup Card: Ramirez Ripe For The Picking

Chris Benzine discusses what value Jose Ramirez has now that he has moved to the second spot in the order.

Mound Musings: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Nathan Eovaldi can handcuff hitters with both velocity and movement and should be ready next season to help owners from the get-go.

FAAB Factor-AL: Uehara Down

As the season winds down in September, more closers are falling by the wayside, including Koji Uehara with the Red Sox. Andrew Martinez discusses Uehara's replacements among those in this week's article.

Tuesday Lineup Card: Call-Up Day

As usual, Sept. 1 features a list of prospect and non-prospect call-ups a mile long -- with some noteworthy names mixed in.

Mound Musings: State of the Staff Overviews

The Nationals have solidified their position atop the division thanks to pitching, and Stephen Strasburg hasn't even hit his stride yet.

Thursday Lineup Card: Rutledge Rusty, But Secure

Rounding Third: Week 11 Primer

Is chasing saves on the waiver wire a fool's game? Sadly, Jeff Erickson is just that fool in the NFBC this year, and this week he chased after the Diamondbacks' possible saves if Addison Reed's tired arm persists.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Time To Own Cron

With Raul Ibanez languishing as the Angels' DH, fresh call-up C.J. Cron could be positioned to claim a spot in the heart of the lineup.