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3 years agoThis spring has unfortunately been filled with a ton of warning signs about Matt Harvey with very little positive to build upon. On Monday, we may have seen the first big step in the right direction, however. Harvey threw 4 1/3 innings against the Tigers, allowing three earned runs on seven hits, including one home run, with four strikeouts. The numbers aren’t eye-popping, but the big news was Harvey’s velocity. While his fastball was at 92-94 mph for the first few innings, he kicked that up a notch to 95-96 mph in the third. For a guy that’s struggled with velocity this spring, this was a big improvement and hopefully a sign Harvey truly will round closer to form after Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. It’s still not a given, of course, but keep an eye out for Harvey’s progress in his next start.--John SmithSource: MetsBlog
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3 years agoAlex Colome returned to Tampa Bay's training camp on Wednesday after the Dominican Republic was eliminated from the World Baseball Classic. Colome picked up one win, allowed two earned runs and struck out five while making five appearances in the tournament. Colome will now fine tune his game with opening day only a few weeks away. He is locked into the closer role in Tampa Bay and should be one of the most reliable relievers in the American League this season. The All-Star will look to duplicate a solid 2016 season where he saved 37 games while posting a 1.91 ERA and 1.024 WHIP.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource: Marc Topkin
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3 years agoA's slugger Khris Davis, 29, is hitting .219 with 4 doubles, 5 RBIs and 9 strikeouts in 32 at-bats this spring. Last night Davis crushed a 2-run double off the center field wall, driving in two. Davis, who declined an invitation to play in the WBC for Team Mexico, remains a top of the line power bat for fantasy owners this season. Do not be discouraged by the lack of home runs in Spring Training. Davis will be ready to go in 2017 as he looks to repeat his 42 HR, 102 RBI season from a year ago.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Jane Lee
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3 years agoA's pitcher Sonny Gray paid a visit to Dr. Anthony Romeo on Monday after being shut down with a lat strain on March 9th. Gray is hoping to get the go ahead to begin throwing again, reports John Hickey of the Mercury News. Gray will begin the season on the Disabled List, an auspicious start for the 27-year-old who only made 22 starts last year and pitched to a 5.69 ERA and a 1.50 WHIP. The early season DL stint is discouraging, but his velocity, K-rate and GB/FB rate remain unchanged, and his 4.13 xFIP from last year is a sign that he may not have pitched as poorly as it seemed. There is reason to believe Gray will return to form as one of the better starters in the American League once he is healthy, but he shouldn't be pursued heavily on draft day.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Mercury News
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3 years agoForward Ersan Ilyasova started his second game in a row on Monday. He scored 13 points, with six rebounds, and three three-pointers in 28 minutes. In his previous start he scored 23 points, with four rebounds, one assist, two steals, one block and four three-pointers in 27 minutes. Paul Millsap is already ruled out of Wednesday's game, and head coach Mike Budenholzer hinted Millsap could miss more time. The Hawks play three more times this week, and Ilyasova will likely start those games. Continue to plug Ilyasova into your lineup until Millsap returns to the starting lineup.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo
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3 years agoIn Saturday's game against the Utah Jazz, guard Denzel Valentine recorded his first career double-double. He scored 11 points, with 12 rebounds, four assists, one steal and three three-pointers in the Bulls victory. It was career-high for Valentine in rebounds, and he was electric in the fourth quarter. Valentine scored nine points in the fourth and went 3-of-4 from the floor. He's trending in the right direction, and will likely begin to take minutes away from Paul Zipser.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo
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3 years agoNets guard Jeremy Lin has been ruled out of Tuesday's contest against the Detroit Pistons due to an ankle injury. Lin has downplayed the injury, but the Nets have no incentive to rush him back onto the court. He's listed as day-to-day, but we could be looking at a multiple games absence for Lin. Spencer Dinwiddie will draw the start in place of Lin, and guys like Archie Goodwin and Isaiah Whitehead will see some minutes as well. Dinwiddie is a decent option tonight versus the Pistons.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Tom Lorenzo
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3 years agoGlen Perkins is expected to meet with the Twins' coaching and medical staff this week to decide what the best course of action will be for him going forward. Perkins missed almost all of the 2016 season after injuring his shoulder. The meeting is expected to determine whether the former All-Star will open the season on the 15-day or 60-day DL. Either way, Perkins will not be available for the start of the regular season, meaning Brandon Kintzler will again be called upon to anchor the back end of the Twins' bullpen. Perkins can be avoided in all fantasy formats until he shows he's completely healthy.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: Rhett Bollinger on Twitter
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3 years agoDevin Mesoraco, coming off hip surgeries in consecutive seasons, may not be ready to play on Opening Day. The oft-injured catcher has begun playing in Spring Training contests but is not ready to play in back-to-back games, which has limited his playing time so far this spring. The Reds are hoping to have Mesoraco split catching duties evenly this season, but that plan will have to wait. Mesoraco had a huge season in 2014 but has struggled to stay on the field since. He shouldn't be drafted outside of deep, NL-only leagues, but keep an eye on him in case he shows his 2014 form early in the season--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: Cincinnati Enquirer
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3 years agoYes, through 40 plate appearances, Trout's hitting .273 and he hasn't gone yard. But this is when I step in and say, "But don't worry, because Spring Training stats don't really matter all that much!" Especially power numbers in such a small sample size. There's literally no reason not to draft Trout #1: he has a five-year track record of health and good results to boot. And from last year's gains in plate discipline to his resurgence on the bases, Trout seems primed to have another monster year. Draft with confidence, despite the "lackluster" Spring Training numbers.--Cameron KellSource: MLB.com
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3 years agoThrough four starts this spring, Kyle Hendricks has continued his dominance from 2016, indicating that a regression may not be in the cards this year. The 27-year-old has tossed 13 innings, giving up four runs on 13 hits. His strikeout rates have been terrific, as he’s tallied 14 through his four starts. With Jon Lester and Jake Arrieta having already been named as the club’s top two starters for the season, Hendricks is establishing himself perhaps as the best number three starter in the game.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Chicago Sun Times
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3 years agoChris Archer returned to Rays camp earlier than he would have liked, but it wasn't because of poor performance. Archer only made one start during his time with Team USA at the World Baseball Classic, but it was a good one as he pitched four perfect innings with three strike outs. A pitching plan laid out by Tampa Bay's managerial staff dictated which days he could pitch, which resulted in him leaving Team USA with limited opportunity. The important thing is that Archer looks healthy and is primed for a productive season in 2017 as the Rays undisputed ace.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource: Bob Nightengale
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3 years agoAfter hurling 3 2/3 innings of one-run ball on Sunday, Adam Warren has shown the New York Yankees that he's ready for a rotation spot. The outing lowered the righty's ERA to 3.09 for the spring. Manager Joe Girardi still has two open rotation spots, and Warren's performance this spring hasn't made the skipper's decision any easier. With Luis Severino struggling, Warren's four-pitch repertoire makes him a strong candidate to improve on his career 3.63 ERA.--Matthew Stamper - RotoBallerSource: New York Post
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3 years agoAfter missing the past two games for the Washington Wizards with illness, forward Markieff Morris will make his return tonight as the Wiz face off with the Boston Celtics. The 27-year-old is averaging 14 points and six rebounds per game for a Wizards team that appears to be one of the very best in the Eastern Conference. In the past two games, Jason Smith has seen starts, but with Morris’ return, look for a significant drop-off in minutes.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: CSN Mid-Atlantic
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3 years agoAfter last season's career year, Kyle Seager seems poised to make this season even better. The M's lineup is stacked in front of Seager, including Jarrod Dyson, Jean Segura, Cano and Cruz, so RBI should be of no issue. Expect Seager to finally break the 100 RBI mark with around 70 XBH in 2016. Seager's current ADP is at 55 right now, so you can consider him after the first few rounds. He is potentially a top-five player at third base in 2017.--Blake MeyerSource: ESPN
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3 years agoThe Houston Rockets have opted to sign forward Troy Williams for the rest of the season following his acquisition from the Memphis Grizzlies. The 22-year-old hasn’t seen a minute of action in his five games with the Rockets and hasn’t seen a minute of NBA action since back in December, when he was a member of the Grizzlies. Don’t expect Williams to see any major minutes on an already-stacked Houston Rockets squad. Therefore, he shouldn’t garner much traction in the waiver wire market.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle
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3 years agoAlthough Nelson Cruz is getting old, he's been given the baseball equivalent of the Fountain Of Youth. Last season, not only was Cruz asked to DH, but he also played 48 games in RF. This year, he plans on taking his new full-time DH role and running with it. So far through six spring games, Cruz has hit 3 doubles, 2 home runs and knocked in 6 RBI while batting an impressive .467. What is even more impressive is his 1.067 SLG%. Seattle's improved offense will give Cruz all he needs for a potential career year. With all the DH games he'll see, Cruz makes for a very attractive top-10 outfielder and 2nd round pick in 2017 drafts--Blake MeyerSource: USA Today
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3 years agoMVP candidate and fourth quarter master Isaiah Thomas will return for the Boston Celtics tonight just in time for a pivotal showdown with the Washington Wizards. The 28-year-old missed Boston’s last two games with a knee injury, with the Celtics splitting the games. For the season, Thomas is averaging 29 points and six assists per game, both career highs. With his return, Marcus Smart will be relegated back to the bench. Expect Thomas to contribute at the level he has been all season.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Boston Celtics Twitter
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3 years agoFor the first time in over two months, the Orlando Magic will have veteran guard Jodie Meeks at their disposal tonight. The 29-year-old had previously been sidelined with a right thumb injury and subsequent surgery, but will be available off the bench tonight. Meeks was significantly making a bigger impact for the Magic at the time of his injury, having dropped a season-high 23 points earlier in January prior to his injury. Tonight, don’t expect much from Meeks, who’ll probably be given a couple of minutes to get back in playing shape.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Orlando Sentinel
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3 years agoTroubled big man Jahlil Okafor will sit out tonight’s Sixers game against the Orlando Magic. The second year center out of Duke University was suffering from knee soreness during Sunday’s loss to the Celtics and he wound up exiting the game. So far this season, Okafor is averaging 12 points and four rebounds per game. The 21-year-old has already dealt with a litany of injuries in his short career, and his durability going forward is seriously in question. For tonight, look for Richaun Holmes to get significant playing time at center.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Bleacher Report
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3 years agoThrough his six games in the World Baseball Classic, Robinson Cano hit .481 and looks ready to get the 2017 season started off on a good note. After ending last season as the #2 fantasy second baseman, the improved Mariners lineup should have Cano feasting on pitchers on a nightly basis once again. With speedsters Jean Segura and Jarrod Dyson poised to be hitting in front of him, Cano should approach last year's 103 RBI again in 2017.  Even if his 39 homers drop a bit, Cano is still a fine pick as the fourth overall second baseman. Take him in the third round and don't look back.--Blake MeyerSource: World Baseball Classic
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3 years agoJunior Guerra's rollercoaster trip to the Major Leagues took another impressive turn after Brewers' manager Craig Consell named him their 2017 Opening Day starter. With the Brewers young talent starting to reach the MLB level, the implications of Guerra's role reach further than simply starting the first game of the season. The Brewers have been seen as a possible sleeper team in the National League this year, and look for Counsell to lean on his potential ace to log upwards of 150+ IP in the coming season. After starting only 20 games for the Brewers last season, the possibility of 200 IP from Guerra, who pitched to a 2.81 ERA and 7.4 K/9 last season, could vault him into the top 50 starters by seasons end.--Mitchell Bannon - RotoBallerSource: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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3 years agoJonathan Villar will return to Brewers camp after a disappointing exit from the World Baseball Classic for his native Dominican Republic. Slotting in mostly on the bench for the D.R., Villar received only five at bats throughout the tournament, recording a single hit and stealing one base. With many Major Leaguers nearing the end of their spring routines, Brewers beat writer Tom Haudricourt suggests Villar could slot into the lineup as soon as Tuesday. After a breakout campaign for Villar in 2016, many fantasy owners should monitor the remainder of Villar's spring with only two weeks until Opening Day. With infielder Hernan Perez having a brilliant spring, Villar will need to prove he is season ready to stave off any potential playing time poaching by Perez or others.  In all likelihood, Villar will be an everyday starter and should be nearly as productive as 2016.--Mitchell Bannon - RotoBallerSource: Tom Haudricourt on Twitter
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3 years agoSt. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha was officially named a member of the starting rotation. When spring training started, Wacha was not a sure thing for the starting five, but he has had a great Grapefruit League while other rotation candidates haven't. He'll have some deep mixed league and NL-only value, but he likely won't return to the form that made him an exciting young pitcher a few years ago.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Jenifer Langosch on Twitter
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3 years agoAfter the Dominican Republic’s ouster from the World Baseball Classic, reliever Hector Neris will be returning to Philadelphia’s spring training camp for the final two weeks of action. The 27-year-old seemed to be ready for the closer position after the end of last season, but following manager Pete Mackanin’s public vote of confidence for Jeanmar Gomez, that appears unlikely. Neris made three appearances for the Dominican squad, tossing three innings and a third while giving up one run on two hits. At this point, Neris isn’t officially eliminated from contention, but his final two weeks of spring training will need to be brilliant for him to take the job from Gomez.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: NBC Philadelphia
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3 years agoAlthough he’s approaching 40 years old, veteran reliever Joaquin Benoit arrived at the Phillies’ spring training camp with an opportunity to land the closer role. After all, there was uncertainty in the Philadelphia bullpen after a rough stretch to end last season. In three appearances this spring, however, Benoit has been dreadful, surrendering four runs on a pair of home runs in three innings of work. Already a heavy underdog to land the aforementioned gig, his chances to do so now appear all but gone. While he may remain with the club as they attempt to bolster their bullpen, don’t look for him as a possible closer.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Philly.com
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3 years agoAfter a dreadful stretch to end the 2016 regular season, it appeared reliever Jeanmar Gomez would be on the outs as Phillies closer. After all, setup man Hector Neris out-pitched Gomez and even wound up recording a couple of saves himself. With two weeks to go before opening day, however, the Venezuelan right-hander appears to be safe in terms of the job. Phillies manager Pete Mackanin admitted Gomez was his closer “right now” on Saturday. This spring, the 29-year-old has pitched to a 1.17 ERA in six appearances, pitching well enough to enter the season as closer. For now, it appears safe to target Gomez as a late-round closer option. Owners must remain weary of his ability to maintain the role, however.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: CSN Philly
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3 years agoJosh Donaldson has unfortunately been sidelined for most of spring training with a sprained right calf. His Opening Day status was never really in doubt, though, and Donaldson will play in his first Grapefruit League game today. The “Bringer of Rain” will act as the Blue Jays’ DH today and bat third against the Twins. Assuming there aren’t any unexpected setbacks, Donaldson should remain right where he is in your rankings as he’s primed to once again fill up the box score for fantasy owners. Draft him with confidence in the late first/early second round and never look back at third base--John SmithSource: CBS Sports
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3 years agoAfter pitching 3 1/3 scoreless innings for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic, Mets closer Jeurys Familia returned to camp on Monday. With his return to St. Lucie, MLB is expected to announce whether (or more likely, how long) Familia will be suspended for the domestic violence accusations in October. Rumors have been running as of late that Familia’s suspension will be far shorter than the expected 30-game minimum that was being tossed around in December. Stay tuned for updates, but it sounds as though fantasy owners just might have Familia available for saves for a few more games than originally anticipated.--John SmithSource: MetsBlog
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3 years agoTampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash isn't ruling out Brad Boxberger being ready for opening day, but his lat injury hasn't responded as expected. The Rays will be relying on the former All-Star to have a bounce back season so they don't want to rush him back too early. He's not likely to have much fantasy value this season, but if Alex Colome struggles in the closer role, Boxberger could be in line to pick up some saves.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource: Steve Carney

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