Jason Bales - RotoBaller

The Los Angeles Angels are likely to get Craig Gentry back within the next week or so. He is set to begin his minor league rehab stint on Friday, and it looks like his back is starting to feel a lot better. He has been on the disabled list since May 1, and he was... Read More

Andrew Heaney is currently dealing with a strained flexor muscle, and he is going to get a platelet rich plasma injection. The Los Angeles Angels expect him to miss at least six more weeks, possibly up to 12. Heaney has not pitched since the beginning of April, but he will not need surgery. Craig Gentry... Read More

  MLB Injury Updates for 4/7/16 As we attempt to navigate through the minefield that is fantasy baseball, it is important to be aware of the day-to-day happenings throughout the league. A platoon or injury plugin at zero hour can sometimes make the difference between a good and a bad day. As we look over... Read More

Coco Crisp was activated from the DL and made his 2015 debut Wednesday as he joined the Oakland Athletics in Minnesota against the Twins. Crisp went 0-for-4 while leading off for the Athletics as they were drubbed 13-0 by the Twins. The speedy outfielder needed surgery in April to remove bone chips from his elbow. The estimated... Read More

On March 7th it was announced that A's Outfielder Josh Reddick will miss 4 to 6 weeks with a strained oblique. Reddick was poised to be a main run producer for a lineup already missing 3 of last years opening day starters: Yoenis Cespedes, Brandon Moss, and Josh Donaldson. With these stars out of the... Read More

The MLB offseason is winding down, which means it’s time to evaluate which teams made the right moves and which ones got caught sleeping. Although there are still some big names out there that could help some teams whose rosters are lacking, let’s take a look at which AL West teams will improve upon their... Read More

After winning back-to-back AL West Championships, you would think on the Oakland A’s there would be at least one fantasy superstar in the lineup. However, this group is not centered on one bat, but on numerous pieces that when put together equal more than the sum of its parts. While this is a noble approach... Read More

If there is one thing that ‘Moneyball’ taught us about the Oakland A’s, it’s that they do not need to be big spenders in order to put a winning team on the field. The defending American League West Champions for the past two seasons did not have many needs to address with their young, sabermetrics... Read More