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According to a report from the Sun-Times, the Yankees could be interested in Edwin Jackson. The Yankees are looking for pitching to fill out a rotation for the remainder of the season and could be looking at Jackson.

Although Jackson is sitting 5-10 with a 5.61 ERA and 1.56 WHIP though 20 starts, the Yankees appear interested in the struggling 30-year-old. A change of scenery has worked wonders for many players over the years, but it is hard to believe that the inconsistency of Jackson would be a good fit in the Bronx. If moved to the Yankees, Jackson's fantasy value would likely take a hit, as most National League pitcher see a decrease in strikeouts once they cross over. ANALYST: Matthew Beck

L.J. Hoes was hit in the right hand/wrist and has left the game.

Hoes is truly on the bubble, as he tries to make the team as a reserve outfielder. He was grimacing from the dugout, so an x-ray or MRI may be in the offing for him to determine the extent of his injury. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Glen Perkins said plan is for him to work back-to-back Tuesday and Wednesday and then make final spring appearance on April 4.

Perkins is looking to be ready for Opening Day, and working a back-to-back series of appearances will go a long way to certifying that he is ready to resume his closer role. He is the 12th relief pitcher in the 2015 Fantasy Alarm Draft Guide rankings. He has a 147.3 ADP. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

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