Cole Hamels threw six no hit innings while walking five and striking out seven in the Phillies 7-0 win over the Braves on Monday.
Hamels did not allow a hit through his six innings of work in what turned out to be a combined no hitter. Hamels and three Philadelphia relievers combined to no hit the Atlanta Braves. He was pulled after six innings with 108 pitches, largely in part to five walks. Start Hamels in his upcoming weekend start against the Nationals.ANALYST: Colby Conway
Jake Arrieta shut the Rockies out for four innings on Saturday.
Arrieta had average numbers prior to Saturday's spring training start, but his start against the Rockies showed that he is ready to go. On paper, he isn't the Cubs' ace this season, but he certainly emerged as one of the better starters in the National League. Take Arrieta as a solid number two starter in your fantasy drafts over the next week. Analysis: David Kerr
C.J. Anderson will be the Broncos starting running back entering offseason workouts.
The Broncos have three legitimate starting running backs in Anderson, Montee Ball, and Ronnie Hillman. Given Anderson's success in the latter part of the 2014 season though, it is no surprise that Denver views him as their lead back. He should fit in well to Gary Kubiak's offensive scheme and will vault up fantasy draft boards this summer. Anderson picked up a lot of slack last year while Peyton Manning dealt with a shoulder injury and should be a strong RB1 option this year. Analysis: David Kerr