With the No. 32 pick in the NFL draft, the Minnesota Vikings select Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater.
It seems like every analyst has seemingly gotten on board with Bridgewater as a quarterback who should have a very solid, if not stellar career, yet the team's ahead of the Vikings seem to disagree. Honestly it is tough to see why he fell so far has he has an accurate arm, makes good decisions, is a student of the game and has shown to be durable among many other above average talents. Bridgewater seems to be the safest of the quarterbacks to target in your dynasty drafts and landing with Vikings arguably has more positives than negatives only increasing his value, in my eyes at least, and you have to be dreaming on the combo of Bridgewater and WR Cordarrelle Patterson.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Javier Baez was in the middle of a nasty collision Friday at second base while trying to turn a double play. It looked bad enough manager Joe Maddon was a bit nervous Baez may have suffered a serious injury.
Baez will be fine, but it was indeed a scary moment for the Cubs. Kole Calhoun took Baez out on a double play, but instead of him sliding into his feet, due to the position that Baez was in, he was drilled in the midsection by Calhoun's elbow. As Maddon accurately put it, he "got smoked." Being Joe Maddon, he of course added in that "I loved it." Initially Maddon feared that Baez was seriously injured as he writhed in pain on the ground, but the former top prospect, who is just 22, will be fine and even singled in singled in a later at bat. He is a risky fantasy proposition, who may not even make the Opening Day squad, but his upside is ridiculous. Analysis: Ben Diamond