Fantasy News

  • Hamilton to have left knee examined

    Josh Hamilton

    Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton reaggravated his surgically repaired left knee and has flown back to Texas to be examined by Dr. Walt Lowe in Houston.

  • Britton dealing with oblique issue

    Zach Britton

    Orioles closer Zach Britton will not pitch in Wednesday's intrasquad game as the lefty is dealing with early signs of an oblique issue.

  • Wieters reaches agreement with Nationals

    Matt Wieters

    The Nationals had been the speculated landing spot for free-agent catcher Matt Wieters this offseason, and the two sides reached a deal on Tuesday, according to the Washington Post.

  • Hellickson likely to be Opening Day starter

    Jeremy Hellickson

    It's not official, but expect right-hander Jeremy Hellickson to be the Phillies' Opening Day starter.

  • Reds to use four-man closer committee

    Raisel Iglesias

    Reds manager Bryan Price isn't looking to have a dedicated closer as the club tries to be more innovative in the mid-to-late innings.

  • Roberts sees Puig as primary right fielder

    Yasiel Puig

    There are enough outfielders on the Dodgers roster to platoon at any of the three spots, but manager Dave Roberts' perfect world apparently would have Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig playing regularly in center and right, respectively.

  • Kazmir, Ryu making strides in recovery

    Scott Kazmir

    Hyun-Jin Ryu and Scott Kazmir, pitchers with plenty to prove, each threw 25 pitches of live batting practice to Minor Leaguers on Sunday, taking significant steps in their attempted return to the Dodgers' starting rotation.

  • Padres ink deal with veteran pitcher Weaver

    Jered Weaver

    Jered Weaver is set to join a wide-open rotation mix in San Diego, as the veteran right-hander agreed to a one-year, $3 million contract with the Padres on Saturday.

  • Donaldson could miss 2-3 weeks with calf strain

    Josh Donaldson

    Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson says he could miss two to three weeks of Spring Training due to a right calf strain he sustained on Friday.

  • Trout sets 40 steals as goal for 2017

    Mike Trout

    Mike Trout may be a two-time American League Most Valuable Player Award winner and a five-time All-Star, but he's still looking for ways to improve his game.