Mike Munoz

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 205
Bat: L
Throw: L
College: Cal Poly-Pomona
Birth Place: Baldwin Park, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News5 hours ago

    Rangers ready to move ace Yu Darvish in 'right deal'

    The Texas Rangers are ready to move ace pitcher Yu Darvish. All it will take is someone to meet their asking price. Sources told ESPN that Rangers general manager Jon Daniels began calling potential suitors Monday and telling them the team is open to trading Darvish for the "right deal." If no team offers a return package to the Rangers' liking, Daniels has informed clubs that Texas will hold on to Darvish and continue to make a push in the American League wild-card race. The latest development appears to be the Rangers' most declarative statement yet on Darvish, who instantly becomes the prize catch of the trade deadline. After 4 p.m. ET next Monday, trades become considerably more challenging

  • With Kershaw on the shelf, it's time for Dodgers management to make a bold move
    Los Angeles Times

    With Kershaw on the shelf, it's time for Dodgers management to make a bold move

    With his best player hurting and the future of this special season teetering, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts initially claimed Monday that he was not going to lobby management to make a move to prop up Clayton Kershaw’s aching back. “I can’t put the pressure on, I’m not going to put the pressure on,’’ he said. But, then, boy, did he put the pressure on. I had posed a question about a possible trade. The question did not include the name of a certain Texas Rangers pitcher who could be on the market before Monday’s trade deadline. Yet Robert brought up the name himself. “Every team in baseball would like Yu Darvish,’’ he said during his pregame news conference. “Whether it happens or not, I just

  • ESPN.com

    Top MLB DFS building blocks for Tuesday

    ESPN.com Staff Our experts are here to provide the best hitters and pitchers for you to build your daily fantasy baseball lineups around on Tuesday. Hitters to build around Tristan Cockcroft -- Orlando Arcia, Milwaukee Brewers Few of the pricier shortstops have outstanding matchups, so it's a position where I'll plan to go cheaper on Tuesday. Arcia stands out, carrying a DFS price tag that looks a lot closer to what it should be if Gio Gonzalez, who was originally scheduled to start for the Washington Nationals, rather than Edwin Jackson, the team's actual starter, was on the mound. Arcia might be an eighth hitter, a lineup spot I tend to avoid, but he's also $3,300 on DraftKings and $2,900 on