Wilson will need to work his pitch count up but this is certainly great news for him on a personal level. Fantasy owners should use caution with Wilson seeing as he is coming off an injury but he was decent in 2015, going 8-8 with a 3.89 ERA while striking out 110 over 132 innings.
Cowart was hitting .303 with 24 runs, two home runs, 27 RBI and three stolen bases over 39 games for Triple-A Salt Lake this season which likely earned him his promotion. He appeared in 34 games last season for the Angels but struggling, hitting just .174 with eight runs, one home run, four RBI and one stolen base.
Luetge was having a solid season for Triple-A Salt Lake, going 0-1 with a 2.33 ERA over 15 games out of the bullpen and has 111 games of major league experience so it seems unlikely that this lefty reliever will be on the market for long.
The 27 year old outfielder has yet to make his major league debut but has been in the minors for nearly 10 years. At Triple-A Omaha this season Martinez was hitting .298 with 18 runs, three home runs, 18 RBI and two stolen bases.
Boshers appeared in 25 games for the Angels back in 2013, going 0-0 with a 4.70 ERA over 15.1 innings. At the minor league level this season he is 1-0 with a 1.42 ERA over 15 games out of the bullpen for Triple-A Rochester.
Skaggs is working his way back from biceps tendinitis and while he recently passed a strength test which allowed him to continue his throwing program there is still no timetable for his return to the Angels rotation.
Flores is dealing with a hamstring injury that has him on the disabled list but while he is likely going to return on Friday it will be as the Mets utility man still which limits his fantasy value.
d'Arnaud had tried to throw recently but still felt discomfort in his shoulder so this is certainly a great sign for those owners waiting on his return. While he will be ramping up his baseball activities on Thursday there is still no timeline for his return.