The 2015 Baseball Season Pass will be available Friday, April 3.

The Rotoworld Season Pass has everything you need to run your team from opening day to the final game, including tools, reports, frequently updated rankings and projections.
Buy Now!

Latest Articles



Season Pass Live Chat


Rotoworld's Drew Silva Hosts
A Live Fantasy Baseball Chat

Each Thursday at 4pm ET
Latest Player News

Maikel Franco hit .337/.344/.570 with four home runs over 22 games in the Dominican Winter League playoffs.

Franco also had a strong regular season for Gigantes del Cibao. He didn't do much last September with the Phillies, but the 22-year-old third base prospect has posted big-time slugging numbers at every level of the minors and could take on significant fantasy value at some point in 2015. Cody Asche is expected to open the year at the hot corner for Philly. Ryan Howard still has to be plugged in at first base.
Jan 26 - 12:00 PM

Brewers signed RHP Chris Leroux to a minor league contract.

Leroux allowed five earned runs in two innings last season for the Yankees and wasn't great at Triple-A. He probably won't be much of a factor with Milwaukee.
Jan 26 - 11:49 AM

Royals general manager Dayton Moore said Monday that he is still monitoring James Shields' free agency but does not expect to re-sign the right-hander.

Kansas City is near its payroll limit and will carry six good rotation candidates into camp between Yordano Ventura, Jason Vargas, Jeremy Guthrie, Edinson Volquez, Danny Duffy, and Kris Medlen. Shields has probably begun lowering his asking price here in late January, but he's doubtful to fall into a logical range for the Royals. The 33-year-old has been connected recently to the Marlins, Diamondbacks, Padres, and Blue Jays. He is the best remaining free agent by far.
Jan 26 - 10:37 AM

Kevin Siegrist (arm) said Sunday that he has "a lot of confidence moving forward to spring training."

Siegrist was bothered by forearm and neck issues throughout the 2014 season and wound up posting an ugly 6.82 ERA in 30 1/3 innings. The hard-throwing left-hander was among the most effective relievers in baseball in 2013 and will try to get it all back in 2015. "I can tell right away that it’s definitely better and it’s probably 100 percent," Siegrist said Sunday about his health. "Just the way the ball comes out of my hand throwing long toss and stuff like that compared to last year."
Jan 26 - 10:01 AM

Mike Napoli said Sunday that he has felt much more energized in his offseason workouts since undergoing surgery in November for sleep apnea.

It was a horribly painful procedure -- called a bimaxillary advancement -- that involved the restructuring of Napoli's jaw and lower face. He felt the surgery was necessary in order to continue his playing career and he's hoping it'll improve his on-field production in 2015. "I couldn't do it anymore," said Napoli, "feeling the way I was feeling. I was like, 'I need to have the surgery or I'm not going to play anymore.' That's how bad it was. I came in (and told the team), 'I need to have the surgery now.'"
Jan 26 - 9:44 AM
More Player News