Corey Kluber's dominance continued as he allowed just one run on five hits and two walks with 10 strikeouts over 7.2 innings against the Orioles on Friday.
Kluber continued his great season in 2014 as he has now allowed two runs or less in nine of his last 10 starts while striking logging double-digit strikeouts in five of those contests. He is sitting 13-6 with a 2.41 ERA and 1.07 WHIP through 26 starts while owning a ridiculous 197:38 K:BB rate over 179.1 innings. Kluber has done everything in his power to solidify himself as a staff ace and unless he has a major fall off the next few week, he will be a contender for this year's Cy Young Award in the Amerindian League. He will look to get back in the win column went he takes on the Twins in his next start. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Owen Daniels is considering retiring from the NFL.
Much has been made of Peyton Manning riding off into the sunset following a Super Bowl win, and now it appears Owen Daniels could do the same. Daniels was productive at times last season, and could still contribute to a good team, but the Broncos traded for Vernon Davis in part to improve their tight end play. If Daniels does retire, expect Denver to address the tight end position in the draft or free agency. Analysis: Steve Pimental
Russell Westbrook said Oklahoma City is the place he wants to be.
There has been a lot of speculation about Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant leaving Oklahoma City in free agency, but that has never seemed a particularly likely scenario. Westbrook still has one more year on his contract after this season, and it is possible Durant could sign a one-year contract to hit free agency along with Westbrook and Serge Ibaka in the summer of 2017. Analysis: Steve Pimental
Cowboys hope to restructure the contract of Tyron Smith.
The Cowboys' offensive line was widely considered the best in the NFL entering last season, and while Dallas fell from second to 11th in rushing yards per game, there is no doubt Smith makes that line better. If they cannot restructure his contract, the Cowboys could cut Smith, which would hurt the fantasy value of Tony Romo and the Dallas running backs. Analysis: Steve Pimental
Prince Amukamara wants $10 million a year.
That's bold talk from a one-eyed fat man. Amukamara has played just 55 games over five NFL seasons, including 11 games in 2015. Amukamara has just one season with more than one interception and his career high is 14 passes defended. Amukamara will likely start for some team in 2016, but $10 million per year seems far-fetched. Analysis: Steve Pimental