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Anquan Boldin and the 49ers are closing in on deal to keep Boldin in San Francisco, per sources. 

While the return of Michael Crabtree signified Boldin's end as the team's No. 1 receiver, the 49ers would be wise to keep him and have him complete the 1-2 punch they've long-needed at the position. Last season, Boldin, despite being blanketed by double-coverage for the majority of the season led the team with 85 catches for 1,179 yards and seven touchdowns.ANALYST: Howard Bender

Cesar Hernandez went 2-for-4 with one RBI, one run scored and a stolen base on Monday against the Brewers.

After going 6-for-8 in the doubleheader yesterday, he notched two more hits today. He also has four stolen bases in the past two days, making for a cheap source of steals for owners in need of speed. While he is hot, pick him up, even if he does play for the Philadelphia Phillies. Analysis: Colby Conway

Sean O’Sullivan allowed six earned runs on 12 hits with one walk and three strikeouts in five innings of work on Monday against the Brewers.

This marks back-to-back double-digit hit outings for O’Sullivan. Keep this in mind, he has allowed 12 earned runs on a whopping 22 hits in just 9 1/3 innings in his last two starts. His 5:1 K/BB ratio during that span is also unimpressive. O’Sullivan shouldn’t be owned in any fantasy formats at this time. He falls to 1-6 on the season and he will search for his second win of the season on Saturday against the Atlanta Braves. Analysis: Colby Conway

Ryan Braun went 3-for-5 with a double and one RBI on Monday against the Phillies.

Braun is in the middle of a four-game hit streak, in which he has done a little bit of everything. During his mini-streak, he has homered once, scored three times, driven in five runs and swiped two bags. Continue to start Braun, as he is currently sitting just outside of the top-10 at his position. Analysis: Colby Conway

Jonathan Lucroy went 4-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored on Monday against the Phillies.

Fantasy owners of Lucroy are desperately clinging to the hope that this is the turning point in an abysmal season for the Milwaukee catcher. His two RBI tonight were his first in a little over a week. Continue to stick with the catcher, especially after his four hit performance today. Analysis: Colby Conway

Francisco Rodriguez allowed one hit and struck out one batter in his lone inning of work to earn his 16th save of the season on Monday against the Phillies.

Rodriguez has been particularly good of late, minus his last outing against the Twins. He has recorded a strikeout in his last six appearances, recording three saves in that span. Continue to start him, even if the Brewers don’t give him a ton of opportunities. Analysis: Colby Conway

Update: Thunder have made a qualifying offer to F Kyle Singler.

The Thunder seem intent on signing the ex-Duke forward to a three-year deal. Singler could be in line for more playing time this season, following Jeremy Lamb being traded. Last season, he averaged six points per game, while shooting 38-percent from the field. Analysis: Colby Conway

It looks like the Padres will make a disabled list move Tuesday. Jedd Gyorko, who started Monday night in Tacoma, played just one inning and is now headed to San Diego.

Gyorko was a huge disappointment this season before his demotion, hitting just two homers to go along with his .210 batting average. He racked up the strikeouts early on this season, ultimately leading to the demotion to Triple-A and to the waiver wire in most fantasy leagues. Analysis: Colby Conway

Pelicans have made a qualifying offer to G Norris Cole.

Cole played roughly 24.4 minutes per game last season with the Pelicans and Heat. Fantasy wise, he was much better with the Pelicans, which will bode well for his 2015-2016 value. Analysis: Colby Conway

Wily Peralta threw his first bullpen session Monday since going on the disabled list with an oblique injury and said it went well.

Peralta wants to embark on a rehab assignment in the coming weeks, but there is still plenty that he needs to do before that happens. He was 1-5 with a 4.00 ERA before landing on the disabled list with this oblique injury. Analysis: Colby Conway

Jimmy Nelson allowed four earned runs on six hits with two walks and three strikeouts in five innings against the Phillies on Monday.

The curveball-heavy Nelson earned the win, despite allowing four earned runs in five innings to the Philadelphia Phillies. He recorded just three strikeouts and his strikeouts haven’t been there lately. He has the ability to be dominant, but his inconsistencies are taxing on fantasy owners. He is now 5-8 on the year with a 4.48 ERA. His next start will come on Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds. Analysis: Colby Conway

Caleb Joseph went 2-for-4 with one run scored against the Rangers on Monday.

While it was a solid outing for Joseph, there isn’t much fantasy value to be had here. He is the backup to Matt Wieters, so his playing time will be sporadic. He can be left off most fantasy rosters, but he should be added if something were to happen to Wieters in the future. Analysis: Colby Conway

Coach Stan Van Gundy says Reggie Jackson is the Pistons' top priority in free agency.

Jackson averaged 14.5 points, 6.0 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game last season, exceeding his career averages. He can be a good fantasy player, but he has some regular inconsistencies, particularly with his shot. Analysis: Colby Conway

Bud Norris allowed five earned runs on nine hits with one walk and four strikeouts in six innings against the Rangers on Monday.

Norris struggled against a Rangers lineup that boasts some powerful left-handed hitters. Of the nine hits he allowed in six innings, four of them sailed over the fence, including two by Mitch Moreland. Norris has been killed by the long ball lately, allowing eight home runs in his last six starts. He hasn’t been the pitcher owners thought he would be in 2015, so he can be left on the waiver wire of your league. His next start will come on Sunday against the Chicago White Sox. Analysis: Colby Conway

Mike Bolsinger was taken out of the game after 4 scoreless innings. Bolsinger had some issues getting loose in the prior inning.

Bolsinger was pitching well in today's outing, but it's scary that he had to come out with some arm complications. Fantasy owners will need to monitor this situation very closely, because Bolsinger has been a very serviceable asset thus far this season. Analysis: Colby Conway

Adrian Beltre went 3-for-5 with a double and two runs scored on Monday against the Orioles.

Since returning from the disabled list, Beltre is hitting .241 (7-for-29) but the positive thing is that he is showing no ill effects of the injury that put him on the DL. The power numbers will come for Beltre, as he should still hit right around 20 in 2015. Analysis: Colby Conway

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