Michael Pineda (shoulder) has not resumed throwing yet.
Pineda suffered a setback in his rehab process and was moved to the 60-day DL after the Yankees acquired Wade LeBlanc on June 3rd. Some reports state that Pineda is not expected to return until early July but the longer it takes for him to begin a throwing program the likelihood of the return date being pushed back increases. ANALYST: Jonathan Impemba
Waiting on Pineda is a frustrating thing for fantasy owners especially considering the question marks surrounding him when he does eventually come back. If you are waiting on him, it should only be because you have plenty of bench space and it's costing you nothing to do it. However, if you need that roster space, it's time to let him go. ANALYST: Howard Bender
Addison Russell was 1-for-4 with a solo home run on Sunday.
Top prospect Addison Russell had his timetable to the majors sped up this season with the Cubs and has responded admirably. Russell has played 87 games with 33 runs, seven home runs, 27 RBI and two stolen bases with a .237 average. Signs point to a better year in 2016 but for this year, Russell will put up stats but is a batting average risk. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Adam Morgan tossed five innings in Sunday’s 6-2 loss to the Braves, surrendering four runs on seven hits and three walks while recording just one strikeout.
After holding the struggling Braves scoreless over the first four frames of Sundays outing, Morgan ran into big trouble in the fifth. The young lefty did finish out the inning, but not before being tagged for four runs. Morgans first two starts in the bigs, which came on June 21st and July 3rd respectively, were impressive and left some fantasy players feeling that he could become a deep-league option for the second half, especially in N.L.-only formats. However, over his last five turns in the Phillies rotation Morgan has provided a mixed bag of results. ultimately pitching to a 5.61 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 3.5 K/9 across 25 2/3 innings. He is expected to be back on the bump Saturday night in San Diego. Analysis: Nate Miller