Fantasy News

  • Encarnacion, Cecil return to action

    Edwin Encarnacion

    First baseman Edwin Encarnacion and left-hander Brett Cecil made their return to the Blue Jays' lineup in Thursday afternoon's 4-1 win over the Phillies following prolonged absences because of injuries.

  • Hale: Tomas may start season in Minors

    Yasmany Tomas

    Cuban star Yasmany Tomas could still start the regular season in the Minor Leagues, D-backs manager Chip Hale said on Thursday before his club played the Padres in a Cactus League game at Salt River Fields.

  • Orioles have tentative rehab schedule for Wieters

    Matt Wieters

    The Orioles have mapped out the tentative rehab schedule for catcher Matt Wieters, who will remain with the team through its season-opening series at Tampa Bay.

  • Robertson managing soreness in right forearm

    David Robertson

    White Sox closer David Robertson mentioned that he has a little soreness in his forearm, but he threw a 25-pitch bullpen before the White Sox contest against the Dodgers and reported no issues.

  • Indians' rotation race likely to last through camp's final week

    Danny Salazar

    The Indians have yet to reveal their choices for the two openings in their rotation, and the competition looks like it will last into the final week of Spring Training.

  • Lester has 'good, normal' outing in Minors game

    Jon Lester

    The Cubs' Jon Lester threw 54 pitches in a Minor League game Thursday, and he wanted to focus on his next start and what he needs to do to prepare for that rather than look ahead to Opening Night.

  • 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.