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Percy Harvin says his health is the best it's been since before college.

Hard to know what to make of this "Best Shape of My Life" story, but it doesn't hurt (LOL) to hear it from an oft injured player. Harvin is an electric performer when on the field. The sample size of him in a Seahawks uniform, however, is so small, it's tough to know what to expect from him, or what kind of rapport he has with Russell Wilson. ANALYST:

Carlos Carrasco is scheduled to pitch on Friday. Carrasco is out out of town for the birth of his child, and is expected to rejoin the club Tuesday night.

Carrasco has been dominant most of the spring. His pitches have sat in the 95 mph range and topped out at 97 mph. The 28-year-old opened up the eyes of Fantasy Owners down the stretch last year and has been watched closely this spring. He will look to carry a big fantasy value with a full year in the starting rotation.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

The Angels optioned pitcher Nick Tropeano to Triple-A Salt Lake Tuesday.

Tropeano posted a 4.41 ERA and 6/5 K/BB ratio in 16 1/3 innings this spring in his competition for a spot in the Angels' initial rotation. There is no real fantasy value with Tropeano.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Manager Joe Girardi said Didi Gregorius had "a little bit of swelling" in his sprained wrist on Monday. He's questionable for Wednesday.

The Yankees would like to see the swelling in Gregorius' left wrist go down before they are able to give an estimate for his return. He suffered the injury diving for a ball on Saturday. Gregorius still feels like he can be ready to go on Opening Day. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Kris Humphries (groin) did not practice Tuesday. He's questionable for Wednesday.

We have not seen Humphries on the court since February 26th and there is still no timetable for his return. Kevin Seraphin and Drew Gooden have been the beneficiaries of his absence from the lineup. Both of these guys are not fantasy options especially in your playoffs. Humphries can be dropped everywhere until he is cleared to play. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Sean Doolittle has played catch twice, the smallest of steps on the road that will eventually lead him back to the A’s bullpen.

Nothing really new to report here as he continues to slowly work his arm back into shape. He has played catch twice which is just small steps on his road to recovery. Doolittle was diagnosed with a slight tear in his rotator cuff two months ago. If he continues to make progress, a return in early May is realistic. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Tim Hardaway Jr (wrist) probably won't play Wednesday.

We saw Hardaway Jr. sit alongside Alexey Shved on Friday night while Langston Galloway got all the minutes he could handle. If he can't go again on Wednesday night, we could also see Ricky Ledo get worked into the rotation. Galloway is still the superior option in standard leagues. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Joe Panik (ankle) is not in Tuesday's lineup.

There is nothing serious going on here, the Giants are just being cautious after Panik tweaked the ankle on Monday in Cactus League action. It looks like this is all just a precautionary measure. His current ADP is 337 while his positional rank is 24th.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Doug McDermott (back) did not practice Tuesday.

It was reported on Saturday that McDermott suffered a setback on Saturday which caused him to miss a game. It looks like now, it could be more than a one game setback. He has not been a consistent part of the rotation, so his absence won't have many fantasy implications.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Dion Waiters (foot) did not practice Tuesday.

RIght now, Waiters should be considered questionable for the Thunder's Wednesday night match up against the Mavericks. Coach Brooks said his foot is feeling better but still not 100%. Andre Roberson has already been ruled out, which means Anthony Morrow could be in line for all the minutes he can handle if Waiters is unable to play.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Willie Bloomquist has said he is fully recovered coming off microfracture knee surgery in August.

The goal was to have Bloomquist ready to go for Opening Day and all signs point to that being a reality. Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon was very pleased with his progress and is looking to play him as their primary utility player.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Kyle Gibson is still dealing with flu-like symptoms but remains scheduled to start the team's spring finale Saturday.

It looks like Gibson will be fine to take his turn in the Twins' spring rotation later this week. We expect him to open the season as Minnesota's fourth starter. His current overall ADP is 446, while his position rank is 127. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Patty Mills became the latest player to receive a warning for violating the league’s anti-flopping rules.

This one was definitely well-deserved. Mills jumped backwards after being touched in the chest by the forearm of Mike Conley, which looks especially ridiculous in slow-motion. Mills has become the 27th player to receive at least one warning this season. Marcin Gortat of the Wizards, P.J. Hairston of the Hornets, and C.J. Miles of the Pacers have been caught twice, which resulted in fines of $5,000 apiece. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Nick Collison and Andre Roberson remain out with those sprained ankles. Neither have practiced.

We originally heard "at least 10-days" without Collison on March 21st when he sprained his ankle. The Thunder have been so depleted with injuries, it has been amazing what they've been able to accomplish. Kevin Durant is now out for the season, it looks like Serge Ibaka won't be back until the end of the regular season which could be the end of Oklahoma City's season and Enes Kanter is struggling with an ankle issue. Steven Adams and Mitch McGary have had to carry the load. Analysis: Drew Phelps

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