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John Hicks Headshot

Hicks was optioned to Triple-A Toledo on Sunday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

Hicks had a very brief stint with the Tigers last September, logging two at-bats in one game. The 27-year-old is the organization's third catcher, so he'd likely be the first one up if James McCann or Alex Avila were injured. Hicks slashed .303/.356/.485 at Triple-A Toledo last season, so he could put up decent numbers if he did get the call.
10:43 am (EST)
Calvin Pickard Headshot

Pickard gave up four goals on 29 shots in Saturday's loss to the Oilers.

That's the third loss in a row for Pickard, who has given up 12 goals in that span. The 24-year-old has only managed 13 wins in 41 starts this season, as the Avalanche sit at the bottom of the standings. Pickard has turned in some really strong performances this month, but it's this recent stretch that serves as a reminder that there are better options out there. With Colorado eliminated from playoff contention, Pickard is not an ideal fantasy play if you're searching for victories.
10:37 am (EST)
Derek Ryan Headshot

Ryan recorded an assist for the third straight game in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Devils.

With 25 points in 58 games, Ryan has been a pleasant surprise for the Canes this season, providing decent secondary scoring in what has generally been a bottom-six role. He makes for a solid waiver-wire pickup candidate in deeper leagues down the stretch.
10:36 am (EST)
Zane McIntyre Headshot

McIntyre was sent back to AHL Providence on Sunday, Mark Divver of The Providence Journal reports.

McIntyre served in a backup role to Anton Khudobin during Saturday's contest against the Islanders, but his demotion back to the AHL club suggests Tuukka Rask (lower body) could be ready for Tuesday's tilt against the Predators. If Rask were to wind up missing the contest, McIntyre could be recalled another time Monday, but most likely wouldn't see any time in the crease.
10:32 am (EST)
Edward Mujica Headshot

Mujica was reassigned to minor league camp on Sunday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

The 32-year-old faced long odds to make the Opening Day roster, and now he figures to head to Triple-A. Mujica saved 37 games back in 2013, but he's nothing more than organizational depth at this point.
10:31 am (EST)
David Robertson Headshot

Robertson has returned to the White Sox's training camp from the World Baseball Classic and is uncertain when he'll next pitch for Chicago, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports.

Robertson last pitched in the final game of the WBC, mopping up Team USA's 8-0 championship win over Puerto Rico. He's already had plenty of work, much of it in the playoff-like atmosphere that is the WBC, so finding opportunities for him over the final week of training camp isn't paramount. Robertson will open the regular season as Chicago's closer, though he's in the same boat as other veterans on the roster of this rebuilding team. His name came up in trade talks all offseason, and he's expected to be dealt at some point.
10:30 am (EST)
Logan Kensing Headshot

Kensing was reassigned to minor league camp on Sunday, Evan Woodbery of MLive.com reports.

A second-round pick in 2003, Kensing has bounced between seven organizations in his 13 professional seasons. Last year, he spent most of his time at Triple-A Toledo, and he figures to head there again to begin 2017. Kensing does offer MLB experience, but the Tigers have better bullpen options at this point.
10:30 am (EST)
Ryan Zimmerman Headshot

Zimmerman went 2-for-3 with a double, a run scored and a stolen base in Saturday's Grapefruit League game against the Astros.

The 32-year-old seemed to flip a switch about 10 days ago, and Zimmerman is now 12-for his last-23 (.522) this spring with a home run, three doubles and a 5:3 BB:K. If he can carry that momentum at the plate forward into the regular season the veteran could prove to be a draft-day steal, but he remains purely an endgame dart given his declining production over the last couple of years.
10:29 am (EST)
Klas Dahlbeck Headshot

Dahlbeck recorded just his fourth point of the season with an assist in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Devils.

With just 34 games played, Dahlbeck has played a limited role this season and has frequently been a healthy scratch. He's currently skating on the Canes' third defensive pairing with Ryan Murphy, and doesn't offer any real fantasy value at the present time.
10:29 am (EST)
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