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Fantasy Articles Featuring Charlie Furbush

Articles from RotoWire's fantasy archives that mention Charlie Furbush's name.

Sunday Lineup Card: Veteran Leadership

While left to wonder what's next in Cincinnati, Brandon Phillips churns out professional at-bats.

Thursday Lineup Card: Closer, Here! Get Your Cubs Closer, Here!

Friday Lineup Card: Say It Ain't So, Bo!

Bo Schultz only needed two pitches to retire two batters in the ninth inning on Thursday for the Blue Jays to snag his first save of the season.

Sunday Lineup Card: Separating Contenders From Pretenders

Veterans lead Yankees, Twins in playoff race

Saturday Lineup Card: Schwarber Could Stay

Chris Benzine discusses why the Cubs could change their tune and make Schwarber the everyday catcher, plus more in Saturday's lineup card.

Friday Lineup Card: The Forgotten Castellanos

Nick Castellanos was a once heralded prospect in the Tigers organization but is now showing a resurgence, giving owners an intriguing pick up in leagues.

Bats & Balls: A Bullpen Walk-Through

David Regan offers up a status report on the closer situations for all 30 teams, including the woeful Reds who might be tempted to deal Aroldis Chapman.

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.

Wednesday Lineup Card: Unfortunate Setback For Kershaw

The Dodgers announced Tuesday ace Clayton Kershaw (back inflammation) would begin a two-to-three week rehab program, putting fantasy owners in a hole early on.

Tuesday Lineup Card: K-Rod Rises Again

Francisco Rodriguez is the Brewers' closer again -- for now -- leaving Jim Henderson's fantasy owners in a bad spot.

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?

FAAB Factor - AL: Cruz to Nowhere

Nelson Cruz is rumored to be on the list of players suspended in the Biogenesis case, perhaps on Monday. Who takes his place?

Saturday Lineup Card: A Dash Of Lawrie

Pitching Value Meter: Back on Track?

Roy Halladay's outing against a tough Cardinals lineup should hearten his owners, and he has a favorable matchup this week.

Mariners' Team Preview: Year of the DH

Jesus Montero might be better suited for DH, but with plenty of those in tow, he'll be the full-time catcher this year for the Mariners.

Collette Calls: What Experts Missed

Jason Collette explores pre-season dollar values compared to actual production and provides draft strategies to implement.

Saturday Lineup Card: Blanco Drinks Your Melkshake

Thursday Lineup Card: Afternoon Baseball, Anyone?

Sunday Lineup Card: Closer Watch Cooking in Oakland

Friday Lineup Card: Ride The Closer Carousel

Thursday Lineup Card: K-Rod Back In The Closer's Role

Bogfella's Notebook: The Bogfella Nine

Derek Holland is on his rehab assignment now and has caught Bogfella's attention.

Collette Calls: Targeting Standings Points

In this week's Farm Futures, Jason Collette revisits a well-timed trade in Tout Wars for Ricky Nolasco in 2008 and hopes for similar results following his recent deal with Chris Liss.

Saturday Lineup Card: Time To Own Milone

Thursday Lineup Card: Opening Day 1.3

With a home matchup against soft-tosser Mark Buehrle, Joey Votto is well worth the price in daily salary cap games Thursday.

Spring Training Job Battles: Early Frontrunners

Spring Job Battles: Playing Time Up for Grabs Around the League

With A.J. Burnett likely headed to Pittsburgh, Phil Hughes and Freddy Garcia will battle for the final spot in the Yankees' rotation. Brian Pelowski takes a look at job battles around the league.

2012 Mariners Preview: Mariners 2012: Check Back Next Year, Again

Collette Calls: Key Metrics for Minor League Pitchers

Mound Musings: 2012 Breakout Candidates

Ricky Nolasco might not