Jonathan Broxton (forearm) will be activated from the disabled list on Tuesday.
We hope you cracked your FAAB piggy bank over the weekend because Broxton will immediately slot into the Reds' closer role, according to manager Bryan Price. The big right-hander struggled with his command last season which was probably due to the injury, but he did boost his strikeouts which is certainly a positive. The plan is to have him handle ninth-inning responsibilities until Aroldis Champman returns and from there he'll slot in as a primary set-up man. His short-term value gets a big boost with the saves but even afterwards, he'll have significant value in leagues which also count holds. ANALYST: Howard Bender
Mike Montgomery will make his scheduled start on Sunday.
Montgomery, the Mariners young left-hander, is riding back-to-back complete game shutouts, one of which was a one-hitter. It's tough to be hotter than Montgomery is right now, considering his perfect ERA (0.00), strikeout total (17), and hits allowed (6) over the last two starts, so lets sit back on Sunday and see if he can finally complete the no-hitter against the Oakland A's. Analysis: Dom Murtha
Diamondbacks announce Patrick Corbin will start on Saturday.
Corbin has been saying to the media for the past couple of weeks that he's "feeling ready to go" and that he is confident that his stuff is "just as good as it was before". If we choose to believe him, Corbin will be a solid start on Saturday, but coming off a long rehabbed surgery, it might be better to wait on Corbin until he shows a body of work in his post surgery career. Analysis: Dom Murtha