Broncos coach John Fox said on ESPN Insiders the team has not closed door on return by Knowshon Moreno.
Moreno, who is only 26-years old, finally made it through a season without missing a game. The first time he was able to do so since his rookie season in 2009 where he played in 16 games, but only started in nine. Moreno may be a little bitter that the Broncos did not resign him, but if he wants his best shot at a championship then he will swallow his pride and sign for less money then he would likely get from some other teams. Whether this happens is still up in the air as Moreno continues to explore his options. ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Jed Lowrie (right thumb) has progressed to swinging a fungo bat.
On May 18th, Lowrie was transferred from the 15-day to the 60-day DL. He is still progressing well, but will not be eligible to return to the bigs until a few days after the All-Star break at the earliest. Once he does return, try to grab him on the waiver wire, as he came out of the gates swinging a hot bat (.300 average, four home runs, 10 RBI in 18 games). Analysis: Dom Murtha
Patrick Corbin is scheduled to return next week against the Rangers.
Everything went well in Corbin's final rehab start, so the D-Backs feel that he is ready to make his return next week against the Rangers. After going 14-8 with a 3.41 ERA and 178 strikeouts in 2013, Arizona had high hopes going forward for the young left-hander. Tommy John surgery sidelined him for all of last season up until this point, so it will be interesting to see how he has recovered. Analysis: Dom Murtha