Fantasy News

  • Graveman to start on Opening Day

    Kendall Graveman

    A's right-hander Kendall Graveman has been called on to make the first Opening Day start of his career.

  • Martinez cautiously optimistic about foot injury

    J.D. Martinez

    Tigers outfielder J.D. Martinez is cautiously optimistic that he avoided major damage to his right foot.

  • Martinez to start vs. Cubs on Opening Night

    Carlos Martinez

    Any lingering suspense about who would get to throw the first pitch against the defending World Series champions faded on Wednesday, when manager Mike Matheny announced the Cardinals' decision to have Carlos Martinez start on Opening Night vs. the rival Cubs.

  • Bird will be everyday first baseman

    Greg Bird

    Greg Bird has answered all of the Yankees' questions after missing all of last season with a right shoulder injury, and the organization plans to give him a long look as the everyday first baseman this season.

  • Andriese to open season as Rays fifth starter

    Matt Andriese

    Right-hander Matt Andriese is slated to be the Rays' fifth starter, which is how he began the 2016 season.

  • Gregorius sidelined with shoulder injury

    Didi Gregorius

    Shortstop Didi Gregorius is expected to miss the first month of the regular season with a strained subscapularis muscle in his throwing shoulder, the Yankees said on Tuesday.

  • McHugh may not be ready for start of season

    Collin McHugh

    The growing likelihood that right-hander Collin McHugh won't be ready for the start of the regular season could cause ripple effects to the back of the Astros' rotation, where Mike Fiers and Joe Musgrove are battling for the fifth spot.

  • Glover in running for closer's role

    Koda Glover

    Each of Nationals right-hander Koda Glover's last five Grapefruit League appearances have come in the ninth inning.

  • Ethier doubtful for Opening Day

    Andre Ethier

    Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier has a slight disk herniation in his lower back and his status for Opening Day is doubtful.

  • Anderson, White Sox agree to six-year contract

    Tim Anderson

    Shortstop Tim Anderson has agreed to a six-year, $25 million deal with the White Sox, a source confirmed Tuesday, thus cementing his place as one of the team's cornerstones for the future.