Rest-of-Season NBA Schedules

Rest-of-Season NBA Schedules
Ryan Knaus analyzes each team's remaining opponents to determine the best and worst fantasy schedules around the NBA.
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James Paxton was knocked around by the White Sox Wednesday, allowing 10 hits and seven runs in a loss.

The good news is that the numbers don't count, but that's about all the good that can be gleaned from the start. Paxton didn't allow a home run, but three of the 10 hits were doubles from White Sox batters. The southpaw struck out three while walking one. Paxton hasn't been overly impressive in spring, but getting to the regular season healthy is the most important thing for the 26-year-old.
Apr 1 - 7:29 PM

Scott Carroll pitched well again Wednesday, limiting the Mariners to two hits and one run in 2 2/3 innings of work.

Carroll has been good all spring, as his outing left his Cactus League ERA at 1.59. The right-hander didn't walk or strike out a batter. Carroll isn't a consideration for a rotation spot, but he might have won himself a bullpen job with the good showing.
Apr 1 - 7:29 PM

Travis Ishikawa (back) will likely start the season on the disabled list.

"He’s still pretty sore," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "The DL is a possibility, no question. This has put him behind and we’ll leave him behind so if he can get at-bats, he’ll do it here (in minor league games)." An MRI on Ishikawa's back showed nothing serious, but it just appears to be a time crunch at this point. He shouldn't be sidelined for long.
Apr 1 - 7:27 PM

Colby Lewis was hit hard on Wednesday, allowing four runs via three home runs over three innings as the Rangers lost 10-4.

Thankfully for Lewis, two of the home runs were of the solo variety. He allowed seven hits in total along with a walk while striking out two. The right-hander wraps up Cactus League play with a 9.75 ERA and a 6/5 K/BB ratio in 12 innings. Given his age (35), injury history, and recent performance, Lewis is a risky fantasy bet in all formats.
Apr 1 - 7:25 PM

Christian Vazquez will undergo Tommy John surgery Thursday.

It's a tough break for the 24-year-old, as he was set to be the starting catcher for the Red Sox this season. He'll likely be sidelined all of 2015, although position players generally come back faster from the surgery than pitchers. The Sox will make due with Ryan Hanigan and Sandy Leon in Vazquez' absence.
Apr 1 - 7:23 PM

Kyle Kendrick yielded four runs (three earned) in five innings, making his final spring start versus the Rangers on Wednesday.

Kendrick allowed a run in each of his first four innings, giving up five hits and a walk in total while striking out four. The right-hander ends Cactus League play with a 3.98 ERA and a 12/5 K/BB ratio in 20 1/3 innings. Next up on the calendar: an Opening Day start against Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse on Monday.
Apr 1 - 7:22 PM

Carlos Gonzalez went 2-for-5 with an RBI double and a solo home run on Wednesday against the Rangers.

Gonzalez hit a game-tying solo home run -- his first long ball of the spring -- in the third inning off of Colby Lewis, then added an RBI double in the seventh inning to cap off a four-run frame. With the regular season drawing closer, Gonzalez owns a .316 average (12-for-38).
Apr 1 - 7:20 PM

Troy Tulowitzki hit a pair of home runs on Wednesday, finishing 3-for-5 against the Rangers in Cactus League action.

Tulowitzki's first home run, off of Colby Lewis, put the Rockies up 2-1 in the bottom of the first inning. He went yard off of Lewis again, a solo shot, in the third inning to break a 3-3 tie. Not that it's any surprise, but Tulowitzki nears the end of spring training with fantastic numbers: a .385 average (15-for-39), five home runs, and 11 RBI.
Apr 1 - 7:18 PM
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