Former All-Star pitcher Roy Oswalt has decided to retire, and plans to work with his agent, Bob Garber.
Oswalt retired with 163 victories against 102 loses, with a 3.36 ERA and 1.21 WHIP. One of the better pitchers in baseball for a decade, the relatively slight Oswalt will be remembered for his 93 riding fastball, his 70 mph looping curveball and for the massive stride he used to take while generating all that power with his lower half. ANALYST: Ray Flowers
Tyler Johnson (ankle) was a limited in Tuesday's practice.
The news of Johnson being limited should not (yet) have an effect on fantasy teams. Johnson has a career game on Monday, scoring 26 points against the Suns but managed to tweak his ankle in the process. He's worth keeping an eye on and if he is able to string together a few more solid performances, Johnson could be worth a prospective add. Analysis: Keith Tro