Steve Kinsella On Early Spring Training Injuries For The Rays Pitching Staff Steve Kinsella, our Rays Insider, joined Tom Veit to talk about the Rays recent injuries to the pitching staff this Spring Training and how it could effect
We dove into our three fantasy hitting sleepers for the the 2015 season yesterday, now it’s time to talk about who to avoid come draft day. 1. Yasmany Tomas, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks Tomas is the shiny new Cuban sensation
Many Star Pitchers Suffered From Surgery The MLB has been lucky enough in the past half decade to have some really young star studded talent, especially in the pitching department where some of these athletes have already become the
Even Before Jose Fernandez Returns, Marlins’ Rotation Looks To Be In Great Shape Unlike on the position player side of the Marlins, the pitching staff remains somewhat consistent from last year. That consistency carries through the fact that staff
Yu Darvish Had Successful Tommy John Surgery Yu Darvish had his season-ending elbow surgery Tuesday, when the torn ligament from the Texas Rangers ace’s right arm was replaced with a tendon from his forearm. The Rangers say Dr. James
Tampa bay Rays Alex Cobb was removed for precautionary reasons because of right forearm tightness after tossing three perfect innings
When the Rays acquired Rene Rivera from the San Diego Padres they knew they were getting a quality backstop, and his impact is being felt early on.
1. A.J. Pollock, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks Pollock was on the verge of a breakout year last year before a Johnny Cueto fastball broke his hand in May, with season paces of 18 HR/25 SB and 80 runs scored hitting
Speaking as a guest on the Red Sox Beat podcast on CLNSRadio.com, I dove into some values of a few former and potential fantasy baseball stars this season, checked in on the CF battle in Boston between Rusney Castillo
Matt Andriese might have an outside shot at landing the fifth starter's spot for the Rays to open the season, but he's just trying to stay in contention.