- Eduardo Nunez and the Case of the Minus-28
involving Eduardo Nunez and barely-a-top-100 prospect that happened on Thursday night is going to get swept under the rug pretty quickly. If you're here for a deep analysis of the move and the players
- Eduardo Nunez: Steals Sleeper
Exactly fifty players stole at least 20 bases last season, but only six of them did it in fewer plate appearances that Eduardo Nunez. The Yankees' reserve infielder swiped 22 bags (in 28 tries
- Eduardo Nunez Shipped to the Dock of the Bay
The "Wait, that Eduardo Nunez?" season continued unabated on Thursday night. From a fill-in for legends, to sub replacement player, to reclamation project, to All-Star and now desired trade candidate
- Eduardo Nunez: Deep League Waiver Wire
If A-Rod opts for surgery, odds are Eduardo Nunez is going to be the first in line for playing time at the hot corner in New York. Nunez stepped in for Derek Jeter after The Captain landed
- Eduardo Nunez & Matt Thornton: Waiver Wire
Looking for some cheap steals and saves down the stretch? Here are two players for that late-season/playoff push...
Eduardo Nunez | 2B, SS, 3B | Yankees | Owned: 1% Yahoo!
I touted the 25-year
- Projecting Adalberto Mejia, the Return for Eduardo Nunez
- Dee Gordon & Eduardo Nunez: Adding Speed Via the Waiver Wire
374 minor league games. He's only at 4 right now in 13 games, but that total should quickly increase over the next week or so.
Eduardo Nunez |3B/SS| Ownership: ESPN - 4.3% Yahoo - 3%
- Mixing Fantasy & Reality: Nunez & Miller
Eduardo Nunez: 2017 Projection
The 29-year-old Nunez went from being a Twins bench player to a top-40 fantasy player. Looking over his year-to-year profile he was basically the same player he’s
- The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 370 – Cashner & Nunez On the Move!
Andrew Cashner deal
Eduardo Nunez deal
Andrew Miller for Lucas Giolito rumors
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- Daily Graphing - Abraham Nunez
MLB.com asks this about free agent Abraham Nunez: "Nunez is one of the harder-to-read players on the market. Did he reach a new level in 2005, or was it a fluke?" Good question MLB.com. In Abraham
- Who Is Leo Nunez?
placed closer Leo Nunez on the restricted list so he could return to his native Dominican Republic to clear up a few things. Namely, his name.
A league source initially said Nunez was not missing