UPDATES & NEWS
Jedd Gyorko went 3-for-4 with two home runs, six RBI and two runs scored against the Marlins on Friday.
Despite a sluggish start, Gyorko has found his power stroke of late, having logged four long balls with nine RBI over his last seven games. He is now sitting on a .165 average with five homers and 18 RBI through 127 at-bats, but has shown signs of breaking out of his early season slump so fantasy owners should continue to show patience with the Padres second baseman. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Travis Witherspoon has signed a deal with the Dodgers.
The 25-year old is actually an interesting pick up, as he hit 15 home runs and stole 25 bases, while hitting .252 in High-A last season (407 PA). He is obviously far away, worryingly so for a 25-year old, but due to the clogged Dodgers OF, he wouldn't have a chance to compete for a significant role with the major league for a couple years anyway. He could become a factor in the future, but for now he is just another name with flashy, but raw, tools. Analysis: Ben Diamond
Tom Compton has re-signed with the Redskins.
Compton started nine games last season after doing very little in 2012 and 2013. The 6th rounder in 2012 could fight for a starting job in 2015, but is more likely to have a back up role, though he could fill in for injured starters during the season, like he did in 2014. Analysis: Ben Diamond
CC Sabathia (knee) will wear a knee brace this season.
Sabathia's knee may be under more pressure than any other body part in Yankee camp,quite literally, as holding up 305 pounds of CC is a tall task to ask for a knee coming off of a serious surgery. The brace should help a bit, and Sabathia has said that he felt good in a recent bullpen, in which he wore the knee brace. The 35 year old is a high-risk/mid-reward fantasy pick, and if that proposition doesn't sound appealing, that's because it isn't. He's better left with another owner or on the waiver wire, but if he gets off to a hot start, he could be a solid SP4/5 for fantasy owners. Analysis: Ben Diamond