DFS MLB Hitting Coach: May 28
Steve Pimental

Update: Blue Jays placed Troy Tulowitzki (quad) on the 15-day disabled list.

Terrible news for the Jays, who had just reunited their anticipated regular infield by activating Devon Travis from the DL. It should not be a major surprise that Tulo is suffering yet another injury. His injuries have made ownership of the shortstop a frustrating and frequently rewarding fantasy experience.
28 minutes ago

Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones said he's not interested in trading Darren McFadden for Alfred Morris.

That is an interesting comment, considering that Morris is signed with the Cowboys. McFadden and Morris will likely be pressed to see much time in the backfield, anyway, with the Cowboys having drafted Ezekiel Elliott with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 draft.
34 minutes ago

Update: Troy Tulowitzki aggravated his quad injury Friday night and will have an MRI performed on it Saturday morning.

The MRI must have showed significant damage to this quad, as he has been placed on the 15-day DL. Darwin Barney will fill in at short on Saturday and hit eighth against the Red Sox.
44 minutes ago

LHP Brian Flynn has been optioned to Triple-A Omaha Saturday.

A roster move was necessary with Chris Young coming off the DL on Saturday. Flynn was not particularly effective for the Royals, giving up four earned runs in seven and 1/3 innings, with a 6:4 K/BB ratio.
48 minutes ago

Chris Young (forearm) has been activated from the 15-day disabled list Saturday.

He pitched well enough in a simulated game to be activated from the DL. He will head to the bullpen, at least initially, with Danny Duffy currently filling the fifth rotation spot for the Royals.
50 minutes ago

Brandon Workman has appeared in three extended spring training games and they plan to have him head to Class-A Short Season Lowell next month.

No word out of Boston as to whether this puts him ahead of schedule in his recovery from Tommy John surgery. He was slated to join the Boston bullpen before his elbow injury jumped up and bit him. Currently, his is slated for a return to the majors in September, but that will depend on a variety of factors, including his rehab status and the Red Sox pitching needs as the season progresses.
58 minutes ago

Knowshon Moreno told TMZ that he is planning on trying to come back to the NFL now that he is fully healthy.

It appears that he feels the torn ACL that cost him all of 2015 and ended his season in Week 6 of 2014 has fully healed. NFL teams will likely be skeptical that his knees can hold up to the stress imposed on running back. He may catch on with some team as insurance, but do not expect him back as a lead back in 2016.
1 hour ago
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