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3 years agoIf there’s any good news to take out of Seth Lugo’s partially torn UCL, it’s that the righty doesn’t believe he’ll need to undergo Tommy John surgery. The bad news (aside from the obvious), is that Mets general manager Sandy Alderson isn’t as confident, calling Tommy John a “possibility,” but also stating the medical experts involved have expressed optimism that surgery can be avoided. Depending on how it goes, Lugo could possibly resume throwing in as little as two weeks, but chances are he’ll be out a lot longer then that. If you can afford to keep him stashed in a disabled list spot, then you might as well do so, but there’s probably a better chance that Lugo won’t make much of an impact (if any) for your squad this year.--John SmithSource: MetsBlog
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3 years agoKole Calhoun went 3-for-5 with a run scored in yesterday's victory against the A's. Calhoun has now gotten a hit and scored a run in all three games this season. He has already drawn two walks this year, building off of his career-high 10 percent walk rate from a year ago. Calhoun has been hitting in the second spot in the lineup so far, which should allow him to score plenty of runs. His RBI chances may be limited in that spot however, especially with Yunel Escobar hitting in front of him. Still, expect Calhoun to provide his usual modest power, and in on-base percentage leagues, his increasing walk rate could make him even more valuable moving forward.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo! Sports
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3 years agoThe New England Patriots will not be trading for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, according to a source. Sherman is due $11 million each of the next two years, and the Seahawks would likely be asking for a first-round pick in return. Sherman is unlikely to go anywhere, although his relationship with the front office could be strained now. Seattle's defense should remain one of the top units in the NFL, especially with the expected healthy return of safety Earl Thomas.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: CSN New England - Tom E. Curran
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3 years agoA's starter Jharel Cotton made his first start of the season on Wednesday, lasting 4 1/3 innings and giving up five runs on eight hits with two walks and four strikeouts. This was not the start many were hoping for. Cotton is a popular sleeper pick, and a start at home against a weak-hitting team had many expecting a nice early return from the young right-hander. Instead, an inability to get ahead in the count and some poor defense behind him helped lead Cotton to an early exit. He did only have two walks and was able to limit a lot of the damage, as the Angels left 15 men on base during the game. Look for Cotton to bounce back in his next start. He should still provide good value, but owners should prepare for a start like this one every now and again from the 25-year-old.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo! Sports
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3 years agoGarrett Richards looked fantastic in his first start in over 11 months, but was pulled in the fifth inning for precautionary reasons. Richards threw 4 2/3 innings, surrendering only three hits and a walk with four strikeouts. He had retired 11 in a row before signaling to his arm and being removed from the game. "Everything's fine," Richards said. "Everything moves on as planned." Currently there are no plans for Richards to undergo an MRI, and for now he should be expected to make his next scheduled start. Keep a close eye on Richards this week, but as long as he is healthy, he should be played in all formats.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Pedro Moura
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3 years agoChad Kuhl's turn as the No. 3 starter for Pittsburgh will be delayed by rain. Thursday's game between the Pirates and Red Sox has been postponed until next Thursday, April 13. Kuhl is likely to take the mound on Friday when the team faces Atlanta, but nothing has been announced yet. Kuhl was modestly effective in his rookie season, posting a 4.20 ERA and 1.32 WHIP. The fact that he jumped Ivan Nova and top prospect Tyler Glasnow in the rotation order shows the kind of faith the organization has in him. Fantasy owners should take a wait-and-see approach.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: Joe Trezza
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3 years agoDetroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn and head coach Jim Caldwell feel that tight end Darren Fells can be more of a viable receiver this year. Heading into his age-31 season, Fells has compiled just 40 catches in his three seasons with the Cardinals and has four touchdowns over that span. He's primarily a blocking tight end, but Detroit could try to get him the ball more often through the air. Still, Eric Ebron is the team's No. 1 receiving tight end, and Fells is unlikely to have any fantasy value unless Ebron is injured.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Detroit Free Press - Dave Birkett
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3 years agoRockies star outfielder Carlos Gonzalez has not gotten off to the kind of start that he, the Colorado Rockies, or his fantasy owners would've liked to see. The slugger is 1-for-13 (.083) to start the season after going 0-for-4 on Wednesday, with the one hit being a double in the second game of the season. Luckily, this is not fantasy football and we don't need to freak out about this being Week 4 and having the season nearly a quarter of the way over. CarGo has been far too good for far too long to warrant any rash actions, though it is worth noting that he's prone to streaks. That said, his powerful swing is locked into a middle-of-the-order slot in one of baseball's strongest offensive lineups, and he gets to hit in baseball's most offensive-friendly park. The production will come.--Nick Mariano - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoSt. Louis Cardinals outfielder Stephen Piscotty is not in the starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Chicago Cubs. Piscotty was hit in the head by a thrown ball while sliding into home during Tuesday's game, but he passed all concussion tests. Still, he was out of the lineup on Wednesday before the game got rained out, and the Cardinals decided to stick with that same lineup. Piscotty is not expected to miss any more time and should be available as a pinch hitter today.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoBaltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said the team isn't opposed to drafting a wide receiver in the first round of the draft, despite the disappointment so far of drafting receiver Breshad Perriman 26th overall in 2015. The Ravens could be lined up to take Clemson receiver Mike Williams with the No. 16 pick this year. Baltimore could certainly use a big-bodied receiver to help Mike Wallace and Perriman in the passing game.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: BaltimoreRavens.com - Ryan Mink
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3 years agoRockies right-hander Tyler Chatwood lost after giving up four runs on seven hits (two homers) and one walk with five strikeouts on the road in Milwaukee. Chatwood, who set a record last season with a phenomenal 1.69 road ERA, was sharp through his first three innings before serving up two homers in the fourth. First, it was Eric Thames taking Chatty deep for his first MLB homer since he left for the KBO, and then it was the hot-hitting Travis Shaw two batters later who socked a two-run shot. The righty was able to settle down and still pitch six serviceable innings, which was good for Colorado's bullpen considering how much heavy lifting it had done through the first two games. The offense could only muster one run though, leaving Chatwood 0-1 to start. He remains a fringe streamer in deeper mixed leagues.--Nick Mariano - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoDenver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch has been working with a coach in Florida on his technique, according to general manager John Elway. Lynch had a tendency last year to get too deep in the backfield because of his stride length. He'll also need to do a better job of recognizing what opposing defenses are doing against the offense. Lynch was drafted in the first round in 2016 as Denver's quarterback of the future, and they are grooming him for that. However, he must show improvement in training camp in order to have a chance to unseat Trevor Siemian as the 2017 starter.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Legwold
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3 years agoCleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez went 1-for-2 with an RBI in Wednesday's 9-6 comeback win over the Texas Rangers. Perez only got two at-bats because he was lifted for a pinch runner after his base hit. He's a solid enough backstop, but doesn't hold any real fantasy appeal.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoThe Denver Broncos would like quarterback Trevor Siemian to work on avoiding the big hits in the backfield this offseason. The young QB had surgery on his non-throwing shoulder after the 2016 season. The 25-year-old will be in competition with Paxton Lynch for the starting gig in 2017, and Siemian should have the leg up because of his success last year. However, neither are viable fantasy starters.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Legwold
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3 years agoCleveland Indians reliever Bryan Shaw picked up a save on Wednesday with a perfect ninth inning, including a strikeout. With closer Cody Allen and primary setup man/bullpen Swiss Army knife Andrew Miller both looking at relatively heavy early season workloads, Shaw stepped in and slammed the door on the Texas Rangers for a 9-6 Indians victory. Shaw is a solid reliever and may be worth consideration in deeper holds leagues, but he won't be getting many save opportunities despite this one coming in the third game of the season.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoCleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar pitched 5 2/3 innings on Wednesday, allowing four earned runs on five hits and four walks. He struck out nine batters as well. Salazar's fantasy owners must have liked seeing the nine strikeouts, but the five runs allowed (four earned) and the five hits plus four walks caused Salazar's start to likely move every owner's ERA and WHIP numbers in the wrong direction. Still, the right-hander showed his upside and proved why he is a tantalizing asset to own in mixed leagues.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoCleveland Indians third baseman Yandy Diaz collected two singles and scored two runs in Wednesday's win over the Texas Rangers. The 25-year-old rookie now has three hits in 12 at-bats on the young season. Diaz earned a bench spot after hitting .429 in spring training games and should continue to see significant playing time until Jason Kipnis returns.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoCleveland Indians first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion drew a walk on Wednesday but was 0-for-4 at the plate. He struck out once and left three men on base. It wasn't Encarnacion's best day at the dish, but he's a consistent, solid contributor in all power categories, and owners can continue to rely on him in their everyday lineups.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoCleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor had an enormous game on Wednesday, going 3-for-4 with a walk, five RBI and three runs scored. Lindor hit a sixth-inning solo home run off Cole Hamels, then his first career grand slam in the ninth off Sam Dyson. It was an amazing performance by one of the best young players in the game. He's a fantasy dream and should be a part of many fantasy championship teams this season.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoAfter a stellar spring in which he went 3-1 with a 2.10 ERA, Matthew Boyd won the fifth starting spot for the Detroit Tigers. He'll take on the White Sox today as he looks to build on that momentum to start the 2017 season. Boyd's 2016 season was sometimes underwhelming and at other times brilliant. The upside potential is certainly there, and Boyd could be a breakout candidate this season. Right now, he's probably only a streaming option, but if he starts the season strongly, he could be worth a waiver claim in deep mixed and AL-only leagues.--Tyler Germain - RotoBallerSource: MLB
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3 years agoMarcell Ozuna drove in two more runs on Wednesday as the Marlins' center fielder has tallied three for the young season. Ozuna, who started for the National League All-Star team last year, drove in two runs during the first inning against Tanner Roark. Miami wouldn't score again until the eighth and would eventually lose 6-4. Ozuna drove in 76 runs last year, most of which came during the first half. He's proven that he can swing with the big boys, but he's yet to display that consistency for an entire season.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: marlins.com
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3 years agoDan Straily was rocked in his first start as a Marlin on Wednesday, as he failed to get out of the fourth inning. Straily made noise with the Reds last season, logging 14 wins on a team that was plain awful. The Marlins acquired him in the offseason and made him their No. 2 starter, but things didn't go as planned in his Miami debut. Straily allowed five earned runs and failed to strike out a single batter in 3 1/3 innings of work in a 6-4 loss against the Nationals.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: marlins.com
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3 years agoJ.T. Realmuto drove in two runs on Wednesday as he continued his hot start to the new season. Realmuto, who went deep for Miami in the loss, has notched two hits in each of his first two games. He was one of Miami's best hitters last year, batting .303 and showing that he, too, had some pop in his bat. He's also a catcher who can steal bases, as he's led the position in that category each of the last two years.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: marlins.com
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3 years agoDespite a shaky performance on Wednesday night, Taijuan Walker managed to earn his first win in a Diamondbacks uniform. Walker surrendered four earned runs on seven hits and one walk while striking out seven over six innings. It wasn't the most sterling debut for the 24-year-old, but he pitched well enough to keep Arizona in the game while the offense took care of the rest. He was the first D'Backs pitcher this season to get past the fifth inning. Despite giving up some solid contact, it's a good sign that Walker was able to limit walks. His strikeout potential makes him an intriguing player to monitor, but as of now, Walker is not a viable fantasy option unless owners are streaming against a good matchup.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: ESPN
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3 years agoRaisel Iglesias came on in the ninth inning to preserve a 2-0 win over the Phillies. Iglesias needed 21 pitches to put Philadelphia away, allowing one hit and striking out two in the frame. The right-hander has excellent stuff and appears primed to be a rock-solid fantasy closer this season, as long as he can avoid the trainer's table. Iglesias' propensity to get hurt is one of the main reasons Cincinnati decided to shift him to the bullpen from the starting rotation. While his team may not provide him many save chances this season, Iglesias should make up for that with excellent strikeout numbers. He's worth owning in all leagues as a mid-tier fantasy closer.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com
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3 years agoJoey Votto launched his first home run of 2017, a solo shot in the seventh inning which gave the Reds a 1-0 lead. It was Votto's only hit of the game, but he certainly made it count. Votto is off to a slow start through two games, as that homer is his only hit in seven at-bats. There's no need to panic, as Votto has proven he's one of the top hitters in all of baseball. He got off to a slow start last season as well, but put together a torrid second half to finish with excellent numbers. Votto will take on Clay Buchholz in today's series finale with the Phillies. He's an excellent play in all formats today. Buchholz has struggled against left-handed batters over the past four seasons, allowing them to post a .314 wOBA.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com
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3 years agoThrough three games, Chris Owings has entrenched himself as the Diamondbacks' No. 2 hitter. On Wednesday night, Owings went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases, two walks, one RBI and one run scored. Owings was moved to right field for this game, but he'll spend the majority of his time at shortstop. While Owings won't provide owners with much power, he will contribute good numbers in runs, steals and provide a decent batting average at the shortstop position. Owners who need a speed boost could do much worse than Owings, who has the added benefit of hitting between A.J. Pollock and Paul Goldschmidt.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: ESPN
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3 years agoA.J. Pollock continued his early season tear on Wednesday night against the Giants, going 3-for-5 with two doubles, one RBI and one run scored. The only downside to this game was that he was caught stealing on his only attempt. Through three games, Pollock is now hitting .500 with one home runs, one stolen base and three RBI. Hitting in front of Paul Goldschmidt and Jake Lamb ensures there will be plenty of run-scoring opportunities. Owners who took him in the fourth round of their drafts may have gotten one of the biggest steals of 2017.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: ESPN
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3 years agoMaking his first start of the season, Brandon Finnegan was dominant against the Phillies on Wednesday. The young southpaw pitched seven shutout innings, ringing up nine strikeouts and allowing just one hit and one walk. Finnegan has always shown the potential to be a top-of-the-rotation pitcher, but he has struggled to prevent walks over his career. If Wednesday was a sign of things to come and Finnegan has improved his control, he could turn into a fine fantasy asset this season. A matchup this Monday against a Pirates lineup that was good against lefties last year will be very telling about how far Finnegan has come. Either way, he should be owned in all leagues after Wednesday's performance.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com
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3 years agoHector Santiago was excellent in his first start of the season. Santiago held the Royals to one run in five innings, striking out four and allowing just four hits. The veteran left-hander picked up the win in the game, bringing his record to 1-0. Santiago has put together excellent stretches in the past, dating back to when he used to pitch for the Angels. Just when fantasy owners started to trust him, he'd turn in a string of duds. Santiago is a pitcher who is worth streaming when in good matchups, but otherwise he's not a must-own in fantasy leagues. He will take on the Tigers in his next outing and can be safely ignored for that game.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com

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