Corey Kluber gave up six runs (three earned) on six hits and two walks with five strikeouts over five innings against the Royals on Tuesday.
Kluber took his first loss since April 29 on Tuesday night, after allowing a season-high six runs which makes it 10 runs (seven earned) he has allowed over his last two starts. Despite his recent slide in production, Kluber is still sitting 6-4 with a 3.35 ERA and 1.24 WHIP through 14 starts, while owning an impressive 104:22 K:BB rate. He is going to be just fine moving forward considering he has managed to keep his walks to a minimum, so this should be viewed as just a bump in the road. Kluber will look to get back in the win column when he takes on the Red Sox on Sunday.ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Le'Veon Bell (knee) hasn't been cleared to start running yet.
After an injury plagued 2015 season, Bell is looking to get healthy and be ready for the regular season. He has not yet been cleared to start running but with the Super Bowl not being played yet, Bell has time to get back into shape. Expect him and the Steelers training staff to work hard on getting him ready for the regular season where he should be considered a top fantasy RB. Analysis: Dillon Conklin
Kings are strongly weighing the firing of coach George Karl.
It has been rumored for quite some time that it wouldn't be long before Karl was out as the coach in Sacramento. It seems like that time has come as Karl has lost support in the front office among other riffs with players on the team. There is no doubt Karl is a great coach but this fit with the Kings just wasn't a good one from the start. Analysis: Dillon Conklin