The News ESPN's Buster Olney reports that the White Sox may be willing to trade some of their parts in an attempt to build for the future and that Paul Konerko may be available. Our View Konerko is 34 years old and is owed $12 million this season but is a legitimate power hitter who's currently tied for second in the AL with 17 home runs. You have to believe he'll draw significant interest from the contenders around the league, though we wouldn't expect his fantasy value to change all that much. He might land in a lineup slightly better than Chicago's, though he'd be leaving a very hitting-friendly ballpark.
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Hermida getting betterPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 569 days ago (http://ownersedge.fanball.com)
The News Jeremy Hermida reported diminished soreness in his ribs and forearm on Sunday, according to the Boston Globe. Our View He's missed Boston's past two games since colliding with Adrian Beltre in the field on Friday. No word yet on when he'll be back, but it sounds like it should be sometime soon. Still, he certainly should not be active in any fantasy lineups this week.
Cameron won't be playing every dayPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 569 days ago (http://ownersedge.fanball.com)
The News Mike Cameron (abdomen) will be eased back into Boston's lineup, according to the Boston Globe. "He's not going to play every day," manager Terry Francona said. "That's not going to be in his best interests, I know that." Our View Cameron played yesterday, but it sounds like he won't be playing more than three or four days a week anytime in the near future. You can expect continued starts from the likes of Jeremy Hermida (once he gets back to good health) and Bill Hall, and Cameron should not be seen as a viable fantasy option until he's back to everyday duty.
Jaso's HR, 5 RBIs help Rays avert sweep (AP)Posted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://us.rd.yahoo.com)
John Jaso and Matt Garza made it much easier for Tampa Bay to bear the heat in Texas. And the Rays, despite a slumping stretch, are going home still with the best record in the majors after avoiding a weekend sweep with a 9-5 marathon victory over the AL West-leading Rangers on Sunday. "We were all dripping.
Michael Wuertz: Closer For a DayPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://www.rotowire.com)
Michael Wuertz: Wuertz pitched a perfect ninth to get the save on Sunday, with Andrew Bailey getting the day off after a fairly high recent workload, the San Jose Mercury-News reports.Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.
New RotoWire MLB article: Monday Lineup CardPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://www.rotowire.com)
Monday Lineup CardDealin' Diamondback Visit RotoWire.com for the FULL article.
Yankees avoid sweep, rally by Blue Jays (AP)Posted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://us.rd.yahoo.com)
After a slow start in his second go-round with the New York Yankees, Javier Vazquez is beginning to live up to expectations. Vazquez pitched seven splendid innings, Robinson Cano hit a tiebreaking, two-run single in the eighth and the Yankees rallied past the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep.
Ice-cold LaRoche gets breather Mon.Posted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://feeds.cbssports.com)
Pirates 3B Andy LaRoche was not in the lineup for Monday afternoon's makeup game against the Cubs. Bobby Crosby started in his place. Andy LaRoche - Bobby Crosby - Pittsburgh Pirates - Sports - Recreation
Aramis out of Cubs' lineup on MondayPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://ownersedge.fanball.com)
The News Aramis Ramirez is not in the Cubs' lineup on Monday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Our View Aramis went 3-for-4 with a homer on Saturday but then went right back to an 0-for-3 performance on Sunday. Jeff Baker will start at third base for Chicago today. Expect Ramirez to be available to pinch hit and to be back in the lineup tomorrow.
Litsch has a lot to prove before getting a chancePosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 570 days ago (http://ownersedge.fanball.com)
The News Jesse Litsch (elbow) will have to prove that he's both healthy and able to handle minor league hitters before the Blue Jays consider activating him, according to MLB.com. Our View Brian Tallet will hold onto the No. 5 spot in Toronto's rotation in the meantime. With Marc Rzepczynski battling through the minors and trying to make it back to the majors as well, along with the fact that prospect Kyle Drabek could be ready to join the rotation later this season, Litsch faces an uphill battle toward getting a big league start.
New RotoWire MLB article: Saturday Lineup CardPosted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 571 days ago (http://www.rotowire.com)
Saturday Lineup CardPlenty of Papi Visit RotoWire.com for the FULL article.
Buchholz 5-hits O's in Samuel's debut (AP)Posted in Fantasy Baseball by DuckSnort 571 days ago (http://us.rd.yahoo.com)
Clay Buchholz pitched another masterpiece against the Baltimore Orioles, whose first game under interim manager Juan Samuel was hauntingly similar to many that preceded his promotion. Buchholz threw a five-hitter for his second career shutout, Marco Scutaro homered and scored three runs, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Orioles 11-0 Friday night to ruin Samuel's debut as a big league manager.
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