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3/29:The Utah Jazz have announced that guard/forward Gordon Hayward is starting against the Sacramento Kings tonight. Earlier in the day Hayward's health was in question, but after a shootaround the Jazz believe he's ready to go. He's showing no signs that his quad is bothering him, and should be able to play is normal amount of minutes tonight. Plug him into your lineup tonight because he should have above average value against the Kings.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Tony Jones
3/29:Eric Thames continued his excellent spring Wednesday with two hits and a walk in three plate appearances. As Tom Haurdicourt noted Thames was simply continuing his trend of getting on base at an impressive clip, slashing .275/.387/.799 as of Wednesday's contest. With Thames spending time at both corner outfield spots as well as first base, his potential positional versatility only adds to his enticing bat. With questions surrounding Thames' ability to translate his game from the KBO back to the MLB, his spring is living fans hopeful of what is could be.--Mitchell Bannon - RotoBallerSource:read more...
3/29:Center Dwight Powell will take over for Salah Mejri on Wednesday against the Pelicans. Powell should see nearly 20 minutes with Mejri out due to a knee injury. The Mavs are calling the injury knee soreness and believe it happened against the Thunder earlier in the week. Both Powell and Mejri are hard to trust on a daily basis, but with no Mejri that could mean Powell puts up above average numbers tonight. He could be a short-term option if you're desperate tonight.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Bobbyread more...
3/29:The Knicks have announced that Ron Baker will start for the injured Derrick Rose on Wednesday. Rose is out with a sore left knee, and could mean a multiple game absence. It's hard to trust Rose as the season comes to an end, and he's a risky option these last few games. He's put up a decent season, but this knee injury could linger and Ron Baker is a much better option right now. He'll see plenty of minutes with Rose sidelined tonight.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource:read more...
3/29:Early signs were that Gordon Hayward would not play tonight against the Kings. After going through shootaround earlier today the Jazz feel better about Hayward's quad. This is a good sign, and points to Hayward most likely being able to suit up tonight. The Jazz have yet to announce whether he's starting or not, but it's a safe bet he'll play if he went from out to questionable that quick. If for some reason Hayward is sidelined Joe Ingles is a safe short-term option.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: read more...
3/29:After missing five games with a knee injury Kent Bazemore is back in the rotation tonight against the 76ers. Tim Hardaway Jr. will still get the start on Wednesday, but Bazemore should be back in the starting rotation after tonight. That means Bazemore will come off the bench versus the Sixers, but could be a sneaky option. He's averaging 11.0 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 2.4 assists this season. If you're desperate for a scorer tonight, then Bazemore could be your guy as he'll return to action tonight.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerread more...
3/29:The Philadelphia 76ers are without forward Robert Covington for tonight's game against the Atlanta Hawks. It's a shame because Covington was coming off a 21 points, 13 rebounds game on Tuesday versus the Nets. He was beginning to really heat up, but will be out of tonight's contest due to knee soreness. Hopefully it's just a day-to-day type injury as the Sixers still have a handful of games left. Dario Saric will get the start for Covington, and should see plenty of minutes.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo
3/29:Suns rookie forward Marquese Chriss had a rough game on Tuesday, but it's not time to jump ship just yet. Chriss got into some early foul trouble and finished with just seven points, three rebounds, one assist, one block, one three-pointer. He shot just 2-of-11 from the field, and was a big disappointment to fantasy owners. Don't worry, Chriss is averaging 8.8 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 0.7 assists this season. He was on fire in mid-March, but has cooled off a bit. Stick with Chriss and see how he does against the Clippers on Thursday.--read more...
3/29:If you look at just averages you won't see anything too great from guard Kris Dunn. He's averaging just 3.9 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.2 assists this season. Dunn has been heating up lately and scored a career-high 17 points against the Blazers on Saturday. He's averaged at least 24 minutes in each of his last four games. His production on the court is increasing too, averaging 12.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.7 steals and 1.7 blocks over his last three games. He could be a sneaky player to add right now with just a handful ofread more...
3/29:The Utah Jazz will be without guard/forward Gordon Hayward on Wednesday night against the Kings. He did go through shootaround on Wednesday, but didn't feel like his quad was ready to go just yet. Hayward missed Monday's game against the Pelicans. The Jazz hope Hayward is ready to go later in the week, but for now he will be sidelined. Joe Ingles will see a boost in minutes with Hayward on the shelf tonight.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Tony Jones
3/29:The news that Steven Matz continues to have elbow troubles is hardly surprising, but gets more concerning all the time. After feeling fine after throwing on Monday, Matz reported feeling further elbow irritation after doing the same on Tuesday. He underwent a MRI today, the results are yet to be released. As a result, Terry Collins told reporters today he won’t be ready for the start of the regular season. Hopefully he’ll only end up missing a few extra days, but given his injury history that is far from a sure thing. With read more...
3/29:Marco Estrada has had a mostly solid spring training, but things didn’t quite go his way on Tuesday against the Phillies. Estrada allowed four earned runs on seven hits and two walks over four innings pitched, but he did strike out five on the day. For the spring overall, Estrada has pitched his way to a 4.76 ERA and 1.06 WHIP over 17 innings pitched with 13 strikeouts. Coming off another good year with the Blue Jays, he remains a useful deep league back end option for your fantasy team. Like any other back end fantasyread more...
3/29:The Hawks have announced that veteran forward Paul Millsap had a non-surgical procedure on his left knee. He's been ruled out of tonight's game against Philly and Saturday's contest against the Bulls. He will be re-evaluated, but the earliest you can expect him back is on Sunday against the Nets. Ersan Ilyasova is a great option right now while Millsap is on the shelf. It might be time to consider swapping Millsap with Ilyasova if that's a possibility in your league. Illyasova has been on fire lately and is trending up fast.--read more...
3/29:It’s been an up-and-down spring for Troy Tulowitzki, but the arrow is fortunately pointing up as we creep closer towards Opening Day. Tulo finished 1-for-2 on Tuesday with a run scored, two RBI, a walk and his second home run of the spring (hit off Aaron Nola). His spring numbers aren’t eye popping; he owns a .273 average, .333 on-base percentage and .758 OPS to pair with two home runs, four runs scored and six RBI. Hopefully this means he’ll be seeing the ball better when the regular season starts in a fewread more...
3/29:Since returning from a right calf strain recently, Josh Donaldson has had a bit of a slow spring. He seemed to have woken up in a big way on Tuesday, however, as the “bringer of rain” finished 2-for-3 with three runs scored, one RBI, one walk and his first home run of the spring. For the spring, he’s hitting only .167 with a .412 on-base percentage – but that’s only with 12 at-bats. Not that we were worried before, but it’s nice to see Donaldson have a big game just days before the regular season is setread more...
3/29:Center Marc Gasol has been ruled out of tonight's game versus the Pacers with a left foot strain. This is the third straight game Gasol has been sidelined. This season, Gasol is averaging 19.9 points, 6.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists. If you don't have an IR spot, it might be time to drop Gasol. Memphis only plays two more times this week, and Gasol is doubtful to play this week. Zach Randolph should get the start tonight and is worth a look right now.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: read more...
3/29:Despite a horrific .143 batting average this spring, Cameron Maybin is not worried. "I've done this for a long time," he said. "It's just about making adjustments and not getting too up or down about anything." The 30-year-old is competing with fellow speedster Ben Revere for playing time in left field, but it appears that Maybin will be the primary option most days. Maybin is coming off an injury shortened but remarkably productive season in Detroit that saw him hit .315 with 15 steals and a .383 on-base percentage. Maybin has only playedread more...
3/29:It was doubtful going into Wednesday's game that Thabo Sefolosha would play, but the Hawks have officially announced he will miss the game against the 76ers tonight. This will be his third straight game he's missed with a groin injury, and it could be time to drop him. Sefolosha is averaging 7.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists this season. Taurean Prince has been putting up good numbers lately and is worth a look right now.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Chris Vivlamore
3/29:The Pacers have reportedly waived veteran guard Rodney Stuckey. It's not a surprising move, as the Pacers need healthy bodies for a postseason run, and Stuckey only managed to play in 39 games this season. This move means Stuckey will no longer have a player option for next season and will hit free agency. Injuries kept biting Stuckey, but he managed to average 7.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists this season. Both Monta Ellis and C.J. Miles will see an increase in minutes with Stuckey off the roster.--read more...
3/29:Well, it took MLB long enough, but we finally know how long Jeurys Familia will be suspended for – the Mets closer will receive only a 15-game ban for his alleged domestic-violence incident last October. Given the suspensions we’ve seen in the last year to players such as Aroldis Chapman and Jose Reyes, this should be a relief to fantasy owners. Originally expected to receive at least a 30-game suspension, rumors had been running in recent weeks it would be lower, but no one seemed to think it would beread more...
3/29:Veterans Rickie Weeks and Tommy Hunter will both be on Tampa Bay's opening day roster after being signed to minor league deals earlier this spring. Weeks will see time against left-handers and will likely play some first base, while Hunter will pitch out of the bullpen in long or middle relief. Neither player has been fantasy relevant for some time, and that's not likely to change this season.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times
3/29:Cleveland Indians outfielder Abraham Almonte has made the team and will be on the Opening Day roster. Almonte was helped by a solid Cactus League performance paired by starting outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall being forced to start the season on the 10-day disabled list. Almonte will likely see significant playing time while Chisenhall is out, but he isn't expected to miss much time, making Almonte irrelevant outside of DFS.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Jordan Bastian on Twitter
3/29:Cleveland Indians outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall will begin the season on the 10-day disabled list. The team expects he will be ready for the Tribe's first homestand. Chisenhall is recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered after running into the outfield wall while attempting to catch a fly ball. This news shouldn't drop his draft stock too much, as he is not expected to miss a significant amount of time at all. Still, it gives the Indians a chance to see how well their bench can fill in for a few days.--David Marcillo -read more...
3/29:Carlos Rodon was diagnosed with bursitis in his left bicep after an MRI and a second opinion showed no structural damage. He had been scratched from Friday's start after feeling tightness, so fantasy owners should be breathing a sigh of relief that this does not appear to be serious. Rodon will go on the disabled list to start the season and will be on a throwing program for the next two weeks. He will be re-evaluated again at that point, so it's hard to know right now how much time he might miss, but we canread more...
3/29:With the injury to Charlie Tilson and the trade of veteran Peter Bourjos to the Rays, 25-year-old Jacob May is the last man standing in the battle for center field for the White Sox. The team will go with the switch-hitting May as their starting center fielder come Opening Day, and he'll be making his big league debut. May was a third-round pick of the White Sox in 2013 and is a career .273/.332/.379 hitter in the minors. He's expected to be batting ninth most games for the White Soxread more...
3/29:It was expected but now it's official: young lefty Julio Urias won't break camp with the Dodgers but will instead stay in Arizona for extended spring training and when the regular season opens next week. Urias has been good this spring with a 3.24 ERA and nine strikeouts in 8 1/3 spring innings, but this is about limiting his workload rather than his performance. With a 3.39 ERA, 3.17 FIP and 9.8 K/9 at the big league level last season, Urias is a promising young starter that will certainly make an impact sooner than later inread more...
3/29:Hyun-Jin Ryu was a big question mark for the Dodgers going into spring training, but he has turned into an exclamation point after a strong spring. The 30-year-old lefty has made the Dodgers rotation after posting a 2.57 ERA in 14 spring innings. He also impressed with a 12/1 K/BB ratio in Cactus League play and has reported feeling great physically. Injuries have limited him to just 4 2/3 innings over the last two seasons, so fantasy owners should remain cautious, but he comes with a potentially high reward and is worthy of late-round consideration inread more...
3/29:The Dodgers have announced that veteran righty Brandon McCarthy will be in the team's starting rotation as the regular season opens next week. McCarthy, 33, returned to the Dodgers rotation last summer after recovering from Tommy John surgery, and he has pitched to a 4.85 ERA and 1.15 WHIP this spring. Control and keeping the ball in the yard are McCarthy's calling cards, and he can be an effective fantasy starter in deep leagues when healthy. Overall in his career, he's 57-68 with a 4.17 ERA over 11 seasons.--Kelly Terbest - RotoBallerSource:read more...
3/29:Delino DeShields appears to have won the Opening Day assignment in left field, as manager Jeff Banister said the 24-year-old "made" the team. DeShields is currently hitting .316 with a whopping 12 steals so far this spring. It must be said that DeShields didn't do much with everyday playing time last year and was eventually sent back to the minors. Still, DeShields is practically free in most mixed league drafts and could bat leadoff, making him an excellent source of on-base percentage and steals.--Christopher Olson - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
3/29:Carlos Gomez has missed the last week of action while recovering from a shoulder injury but is expected to return to Cactus League action Wednesday. Gomez said his shoulder still felt sore while taking batting practice Tuesday but was encouraged by what he described as "stability" in the joint. The timeline will give Gomez three games to recuperate before the Rangers open the season against the Royals on Saturday. Gomez could be a sneaky selection at the end of drafts in 2017, as he slashed .284/.362/.543 in 33 games after being acquired by the team inread more...
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