No worries coming from the side of fantasy owners, as he held zero value during his time in the bigs.
Santana has been playing some good baseball so far this season, however the Brewers will be giving him some rest on Monday night so he can get his shoulder right. Alex Presley will get the start in his place, as he will leadoff and play right field against Jered Weaver and the Angels.
There hasn't been any sort of timetable released for Perkins return as he's yet to even start throwing yet. We don't even know when he'll start throwing as that hasn't been given to us either. What we do know is Kevin Jepsen is the closer if the Twins ever decide to lead a game by three runs or less headed into the ninth inning.
Beckham was able to run at full speed on Sunday and is close to starting his rehab assignment. The Braves will push him through it quickly and he could be back for the team's weekend series.
Plouffe was one of the only Twins players that got off to a hot start and of course they lose him to injury for the next 15 days. However, Plouffe is ready to return and will presume the bag at third everyday. Plouffe's ability to mash north of 20 home runs keeps him relevant in fantasy.
With Travis Janowski drawing his first start of the season, formally known B.J. Upton will get Monday's game off. With only six hits in his last 10 games, Upton is in one of his oh-so-predictable slumps he goes in quite often. Janowski and Upton are trending in opposite directions and the latter's starting job could be in jeopardy if he doesn't play better.
For one night, Danny Valencia will likely feel what it was like to be Barry Bonds when he was in the majors. As long as everything goes to plan, Valencia might join the team directly after the minimum 15-days he must spend on the disabled-list.