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Cartwright was nothing more than positional depth for the team, seeing as they have two viable tight ends. Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Cameron Brate are the two most fantasy worthy tight ends on the team. ASJ has the potential, but Brate has established a solid rapport with quarterback Jameis Winston.
Brown is an explosive deep threat, but the Cardinals could be without him in the opening game. He's been medically cleared to play in the season opener against the Patriots, but the team could opt to sit him. If he practices next week, he should be good to go.
That would get him in line to make a start sometime next week, and while it will be good for the Dodgers, Kazmir's season numbers are something to avoid during the upcoming fantasy playoffs.
Graveman has done some nice things on the mound lately, as he has finally gotten his ERA below 4.00 after his last start of seven innings and only three runs allowed. Other than his low strikeout totals, Graveman has been on a roll lately, so he may be worth a look in deeper formats.
Oh God, here we go again... Paxton missed most of last season with a manicuring issue (finger blister) so don't be surprised if there is some sort of setback during his next scheduled start.
This came after Andrus and Mariners Dae-Ho Lee made contact with each other, so with the Ump smelling bad blood, he didn't waste any time tossing Caminero after he drilled Andrus with a 98 MPH heater. The switch pitcher Pat Venditte replaced him on the mound.
Reports are claiming that this isn't just your run of the mill "flu-like symptoms" but rather Ziegler is really suffering from a bad case of influenza. The Red Sox have smartly quarantined him from the rest of the players.
The Tigers will love to get back a healthy Zimmermann, who when going right is their ace. He has looked sharp in his handful of rehab starts, so he should be good to go once he is back on the roster.
The veteran Jeff Francoeur came on to replace him, after Ozuna went 0-for-2. The belief is that this injury is nothing serious and that Ozuna should be back by the end of this week at the latest.
In his place came AJ Reed after Gonzalez appeared to pull his right hammy. Neither is a fantasy factor going forward, so this injury and subsequent replacement is meaningless in most formats.