This is the first news regarding Gray since he was placed on the disabled list. His injury was not considered major, and given the fact that he is throwing again it could still just be a minimum stay on the disabled list for him.
This will do little to help Morris' reputation as a self-centered player and a red flag player for many NBA teams. Of course, it is not yet confirmed that there was actually marijuana in his bag.
Johnson has not pitched since May 8th and has largely served as a setup guy for the Braves this season as he has five holds on the year. His ERA and WHIP are both quite large however, so even in holds leagues he would likely be a detriment to your fantasy team.
The leash better be very long for Peralta as he has posted a 6.99 ERA and 1.92 WHIP in nine starts this season. If anything, this news presents a stacking opportunity against him as he has allowed a 1.067 OPS to right-handed batters on the season and a .924 OPS to lefties.
Rodriguez last played for the Yankees May 3rd and had struggled mightily to that point by batting .187 with five home runs for the season. He had swatted three home runs in his past five games before being injured however, so he will look to continue where he left off. He is slated to start tonight for the Yankees and bat fifth.
Shreve has struggled with the long ball this season as he has surrendered seven home runs in only 19 innings. Accordingly, he has just a 1.11 WHIP but a 5.21 ERA. Richard Bleier has been called up to take his spot. He has not pitched in the big leagues, but owns a career ERA of 3.98 and a WHIP of 1.27 in the minors.
Capuano had taken several days off before pitching in yesterday's game for the Brewers but that rest was not enough to make the pain subside. As a result, he will again take several days off.