James Loney went 3-for-4 with one RBI and a run scored during the Rays' 4-0 win over the White Sox on Saturday.
Loney hot hitting continued on Saturday and is now 12-for-26 over his last six games, while he rides a nine-game hitting streak. After a slow start to the season Loney now owns a .321 average with one home run and 15 RBI hitting in the middle of the Rays order. He isn't owned in many leagues throughout the major providers, so if you are searching for help in the batting average category he's the man to get. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Thomas Davis (forearm) is active for Super Bowl 50.
Just two weeks after breaking his forearm in the NFC Championship game and 13 days after the subsequent surgery to insert screws and a plate, the key cog in the middle of the Panthers top-flight defense will play and start in Super Bowl 50. He and Luke Kuechly make up arguably the best MLB duo in the league. Davis' presence will add one more player for Peyton Manning to be concerned with when reading the Panthers pre-snap set. Analysis: Matt Selz
Carmelo Anthony says he's going to rehab his knee by getting in the weight room during the All-Star break.
Melo was able to return to the Knicks lineup on Sunday and had himself a very solid game, despite the loss for New York. The plan is for him to play through it in the remaining games ahead of the break and then hit the weight room to build up strength and stability in the ailing knee. Head coach Derek Fisher believes that he will be fine long-term however if it doesn't get better and the Knicks continue to fall farther out of the playoff race in the Eastern conference, New York may have a decision on their hands. Analysis: Matt Selz
Whiteside went to the bench with an ankle injury.
Whiteside injured the ankle or foot on a rebound and came up limping a bit, so with him just recently coming back from a hip injury it's likely a precautionary move to take him out. He was effective in Sunday's loss however with a double-double off the bench behind starter A'mare Stoudemire. More updates to follow once the extent of the injury and timeframe are better known. Analysis: Matt Selz