Fantasy News

  • Wojciechowski, Hernandez final 2 candidates for rotation job

    Roberto Hernandez

    Astros manager A.J. Hinch said Thursday only two candidates remain for the fifth spot in the starting rotation -- rookie Asher Wojciechowski and veteran Roberto Hernandez.

  • Cueto back at camp; return to mound imminent

    Johnny Cueto

    Feeling relieved but still somewhat personally conflicted, ace Johnny Cueto made his awaited return to Reds camp on Thursday morning.

  • Saunders unlikely for Opening Day

    Michael Saunders

    The Blue Jays are not expecting outfielder Michael Saunders to be ready for Opening Day. "He won't be ready for Opening Day in New York," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said matter-of-factly Thursday morning.

  • Rios sidelined for a few days by right thumb injury

    Alex Rios

    Royals right fielder Alex Rios will miss at least the next two games because of a jammed right thumb -- the same injury that saddled him for much of the 2014 season.

  • Ryu says left shoulder issue similar to last year

    Hyun-Jin Ryu

    Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu said he wasn't surprised doctors discovered no new damage to his left shoulder in an MRI earlier this week.

  • Bailey to make next start in Minor League game

    Homer Bailey

    Instead of his second start coming in a Major League exhibition game on Friday, the Reds decided to start pitcher Homer Bailey that day in a Minor League game.

  • Sale targeting April 12 for first start of season

    Chris Sale

    White Sox ace Chris Sale threw about 30 pitches in a bullpen session Wednesday afternoon, and he came away feeling no pain in his injured right foot.

  • Ellsbury optimistic for opener

    Jacoby Ellsbury

    Jacoby Ellsbury said that he is excited to pick up a bat for tee work and soft toss on Thursday, which he believes will be a good test as he attempts to be ready for the Yankees' Opening Day lineup.

  • Angels may start season without a fifth starter

    Andrew Heaney

    The Angels' fifth starter to begin the season could be Andrew Heaney, Nick Tropeano, one of the less-heralded players remaining in camp, or nobody.

  • Maddon: No decision on Baez's roster status

    Javier Baez

    Joe Maddon has made it known he's impressed with Javier Baez's defensive play and the young infielder's baseball acumen, but neither the manager nor anyone else in the front office has told Baez that he has made the Cubs' Opening Day roster.