Looking to improve your fantasy starting rotation? Need to gain ground in wins and strikeouts? Then consider these pitchers, who are each scheduled to make two starts in Week 23.
If the Cubs get to the NL Wild Card Game, as it appears they will, they have no choice but to start Jake Arrieta, and not Jon Lester, writes Anthony Castrovince.
The Cubs will be without rookie Kyle Schwarber for three to five days while he is treated for a mild right rib strain he sustained prior to Wednesday's game, the team announced. Recently acquired outfielder Austin Jackson took his spot in the order Friday against the D-backs as Chris Coghlan filled the void in left field.
The Phillies transferred left-handed reliever Elvis Araujo (left groin strain) to the 60-day disabled list and added outfielder Brian Bogusevic to their 40-man roster, the club announced on Friday.
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
The Yankees placed first baseman Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a right shin bone bruise, but the club leader in home runs says there is a "100 percent" certainty that he will return to the lineup this season.
More than two months after he fractured his right wrist when he was hit by a pitch, Astros outfielder George Springer returned to the lineup for Friday's series opener against the Twins at Minute Maid Park, batting first and playing left field in manager A.J. Hinch's lineup.
The Orioles made a series of roster moves on Friday, including placing right-hander Miguel Gonzalez on the disabled list. The club also reinstated fellow righty Mike Wright from his stint on the DL and recalled outfielder Junior Lake and right-handed pitcher Jorge Rondon from Triple-A Norfolk.
After appearing in four rehab games with Triple-A Memphis, center fielder Jon Jay rejoined the Cardinals in advance of Friday's series opener against the Pirates. The Cardinals did not immediately insert Jay back into the starting lineup, as manager Mike Matheny instead plugged Peter Bourjos into the center-field spot on Friday against Pittsburgh lefty J.A. Happ.
The D-backs love what Nick Ahmed brings to the table defensively at shortstop, but they also feel he needs to contribute more on the offensive side of things to be an everyday player.
I can't say it. OK, I'll whisper it: The Cubs probably are for real. Probably? Since I was born and raised in this city, where I hugged everything associated with the Cubbies through most of the 1960s, I don't want to jinx them.
The D-backs expect first baseman Paul Goldschmidt to rejoin the team in time for Saturday afternoon's game against the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Goldschmidt's wife, Amy, gave birth to the couple's first child, a boy, on Wednesday.
Jessica Mendoza has already made history in the broadcast booth. Now she'll make more regular appearances.
Matt Harvey has been healthy throughout his first season back from Tommy John surgery. With the exception of one four-start stretch from late May to early June, he has also been dynamic the entire time, posting a 2.60 ERA in 25 outings thus far in 2015.
All season, we've brought to you a list of the top guys in the Minor Leagues who we thought could have a fantasy impact at the big league level at some point in 2015. With the Minor League season all but over, we figured it was time to wrap up the Fantasy Top 10 prospects list.
The Twins reinstated outfielder Aaron Hicks from the disabled list on Friday, while also recalling left-hander Logan Darnell from Triple-A Rochester.
Right-hander Jeff Ferrell will join the Tigers at Comerica Park on Friday night, recalled from Triple-A Toledo for his second big league stint.