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3/28:Tyler Skaggs will throw a minor league game on Thursday in an effort to start the season in the rotation. Skaggs, 25, returned from Tommy John surgery last July and made 10 starts down the stretch. He recorded a 4.17 ERA and a 1.49 WHIP thanks to a very high 4.17 BB/9. Players returning from Tommy John typically struggle with command early upon their return, so there is hope that Skaggs can right the ship. The 9.06 K/9 last year is excellent, and the .331 BABIP by opposing hitters suggests some of his performance last yearread more...
3/28:Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Shawn Armstrong has made the team, according to the team's beat writer. Armstrong is an intriguing arm with huge strikeout potential, but he has control issues that keep him from being anywhere near elite. Also, he won't pitch in high-leverage situations unless a few other relievers in the 'pen get hurt. Still, Armstrong can be a high-strikeout, high-walk pitcher, which could have some use in an AL-only league that includes K/9 as a stat.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Jordan Bastian on Twitter
3/28:Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley could be on the Indians' Opening Day roster as long as his next week goes by without any setbacks. The outfielder is "progressing really well," but the team has still not made a final decision and will wait for a few more days to pass. Brantley is an intriguing fantasy choice with some nice upside, but is an obvious injury risk.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Jordan Bastian on Twitter
3/28:The White Sox have traded Peter Bourjos to Tampa Bay for cash considerations or a player to be named later. This is purely a depth move for the Rays with Colby Rasmus currently injured. Bourjos was a relevant fantasy sleeper for the Angels after posting 11 home runs and 22 stolen bases during the 2011 season, but has done next to nothing since. This will be his fifth team in the past five years after a very brief stay with Chicago.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Raysread more...
3/28:Sonny Gray began throwing from 105 feet, according to Jane Lee at MLB.com. Gray is recovering from a lat strain that has kept him out of action since March 9. Gray 'felt great,' said manager Bob Melvin. The A's will continue to take a cautious approach with their young pitcher, but this is an encouraging sign for the former All-Star. Gray battled injuries and bad luck last season, finishing with a career worst 5.69 ERA and 1.50 WHIP. Gray's HR/FB rate last season was a career-high 17.5 percent, and opponents had a .319 BABIP off him.read more...
3/28:Bryce Harper's scorching 2016 start seemed to justify his second overall ADP in most drafts last season. The rest of 2016 looked little like his 9.5 WAR performance in 2015. On Monday, Harper bopped two home runs, bringing his camp total to eight over 52 at-bats. He’s never hit more than three in spring training before. With Trea Turner and Adam Eaton hitting in front of him and Daniel Murphy and Anthony Rendon hitting behind him, Harper looks to deliver a monster five-category season. Luckyread more...
3/28:With little to no rotational depth after Cole Hamels and Yu Darvish, the Texas Rangers have been looking at adding a starting pitcher to their squad for the coming season. According to Rangers writer Evan Grant, Texas has discussed Brewers starting pitcher Wily Peralta. Though not a typical fantasy target, Peralta has shown signs of something more and could be a potential streaming option. A move to Arlington would benefit Peralta through an improved lineup, but his home run struggles would likely not find improvement. Look out for Peralta's potential moveread more...
3/27:Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval arrived to spring training in great shape determined to put in the hard work to rebound. So far he is doing everything right. Sandoval is slashing .351/.400/.500 with nine runs, five home runs and 19 RBI in 57 plate appearances. His spring performance should be enough to earn the role of everyday third basemen. Given the stacked Red Sox lineup, Sandoval will likely bat near the bottom of the order. A strong spring is no guarantee of a bounceback, but he could still prove relevant in deeper leagues.--read more...
3/27:Boston Red Sox catcher Sandy Leon had a great day at the plate Monday, finishing with two hits and five RBI, all coming off of the two home runs he hit in the fifth inning. Leon had been in a three-way battle for catching duties, but Blake Swihart was sent down today, opening up a clear path to regular playing time. Leon will be the Red Sox's Opening Day catcher when they face the Pirates to kick off the season and it will be his job to lose. Leon is batting .267 withread more...
3/27:It is now likely Red Sox relief pitcher Tyler Thornburg will start the season on the disabled list after suffering spasms in his upper right trapezius. Thornburg hasn’t pitched since March 1, and the Red Sox hoped to get Thornburg into three games this last week of spring training. Last Friday, Thornburg managed to get through one inning of action in a minor league appearance without any issue. Now with the most recent setback, it is unlikely Thornburg will be ready for Opening Day. He doesn't have any fantasy intrigue right now, especially since he's hurt.read more...
3/27:Seemingly recovered from a stress fracture in his right ring finger, Nationals ace Max Scherzer made his Grapefruit League debut against the Cardinals last Wednesday. Despite giving up a run in the first inning, he settled into a groove quickly and scattered five hits and two earned runs over 4 2/3 innings. He threw 49 of his 73 pitches for strikes. Scherzer will now make two more Grapefruit starts before slotting in as the No. 3 starter for the Nats, according to Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post. The defending Cy Young winner will be lookingread more...
3/27:Mets fans and fantasy owners all groaned in unison on Sunday when Steven Matz felt some irritation in his left elbow, and he is having his next start skipped as a result. Perhaps the decibel level of those groans can be slightly reduced, though, as Matz threw on flat ground from 70 feet on Monday morning. After feeling tight at first, Matz loosened up, according to Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen. Matz himself has said he isn’t worried, but players rarely aren't no matter how insignificant an injury seems. Regardless of how this one turns out,read more...
3/27:Conveniently waiting until after the conclusion of the World Baseball Classic, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred is finally meeting with Jeurys Familia today in regards to a possible suspension for Familia’s domestic-violence incident this past October. Recent rumors have hinted that Familia’s suspension will be shorter than originally expected -- the Mets are expecting a decision within the next 48 hours. Until we know for sure, Familia should be knocked a few pegs down your closer draft board – but not too far, if the rumors of a shorter suspension are to be believed. Stay tuned hereread more...
3/27:Much like for rotation-mate Zack Wheeler, things are continuously looking better for Matt Harvey. On Sunday afternoon, Harvey threw six innings and allowed only two earned runs on five hits with one walk and five strikeouts. Early on in the game, Harvey was consistently hitting 97 mph. For a guy who underwent surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome, this simply isn’t just encouraging, it’s flat out unexpected. All the early spring talk of Harvey potentially spending the start of the season in extended spring training is likely dead barring a setback at this point.read more...
3/27:Zack Wheeler has gradually gotten better all spring long. His upward trajectory continued on Monday against the Marlins. Facing close to what will be Miami’s everyday lineup, Wheeler didn’t allow any runs and only surrendered two hits and two walks in five innings pitched to go along with five strikeouts. Perhaps most importantly, his fastball velocity was between 94 and 96 mph and even hit 97 mph at times. As he continues to improve alongside news of Steven Matz’s elbow irritation, it’s going to be harder and harder to keep Wheeler out ofread more...
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