Although he picked up the loss, Wilson pitched relatively well on Wednesday night, as he only allowed two earned runs across six innings. The solid start lowered his ERA to 3.04 on the season, while the loss evened up his record to 1-1. Considering he joined the rotation midway through the early part of this season, it is safe to say that Wilson is doing a fine job as a starter, as he appears to be fully stretched out now. Fantasy owners can now consider him for their lineups going forward.
Consider his brief appearance on Wednesday as a tune-up for Saturday's start. He only threw an inning, so he will be good to go on Saturday. He will face the Oakland Athletics in his start on Saturday.
Can you blame the guy, he got rocked in the elbow. The X-rays are negative, which is reassuring. At the very least, consider him day-to-day until more information on his status is available.
It's going to be another long season for the San Francisco 49ers, especially if Blaine Gabbert is at the helm. Gabbert is nothing more than a low-end QB2 in fantasy football this season. In eight games last year, he threw for 2,031 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
Will the Pacers go for this? Who knows, but the Lakers desperately need some firepower on offense. The Kobe Bryant era is now over in Los Angeles, but perhaps George could be the next star to run through the Lakers organization.