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Deep Pickups: Pitchers
Deep Pickups: Pitchers
Our latest deep-league sleeper spotlight focuses on a top AL rookie and an intriguing young NL hurler.
Deep Pickups: Hitters
Deep Pickups: Hitters
Looking for help in your two-catcher league? Nick Nelson serves up two sleeper backstops with big potential.
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Deep Pickups: Pitchers
Deep Pickups: Pitchers
Two young pitchers with big upside are featured in the latest installment of Deep Pickups.
Deep Pickups: Hitters
Deep Pickups: Hitters
These two outfielders offer well-rounded skill sets and strong upside early in the season.
Deep Pickups: Pitchers
Deep Pickups: Pitchers
An early look at sleeper starting pitchers who could emerge as difference makers quickly this season.
Player Showdowns: Relievers
Player Showdowns: Relievers
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one reliever battles.
Player Showdowns: Starters
Player Showdowns: Starters
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one starter battles.
Player Showdowns: Outfield
Player Showdowns: Outfield
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one outfield battles.
Ten Potential Pop-Up Prospects
Ten Potential Pop-Up Prospects
Matthew Foreman presents a list of five hitting and five pitching prospects who could take a big step in 2014.
Top 15 Prospect Stashes
Top 15 Prospect Stashes
Matthew Foreman looks beyond this season to recommend his top long-term prospects.
Top 12 Midseason Prospects
Top 12 Midseason Prospects
Matthew Foreman presents midseason call-up prospects he expects to provide the most value.
Player Showdowns: Third Base
Player Showdowns: Third Base
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one third base battles.
Top 12 MLB-Ready Prospects
Top 12 MLB-Ready Prospects
Matthew Foreman provides his top prospects at the start of the 2014 season.
Expert Mock Draft 2.0
Expert Mock Draft 2.0
Eno Sarris breaks down our latest 25-player, 5x5 mock draft between 14 fantasy baseball insiders.
Under the Radar Hurlers
Under the Radar Hurlers
D.J. Short unveils his Under the Radar Hurlers for 2014.
Top 15 Outfielder Prospects
Top 15 Outfielder Prospects
Matthew Foreman provides his projections for the top outfielder prospects.
Player Showdowns: Shortstop
Player Showdowns: Shortstop
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one shortstop battles.
Top 15 SP Prospects
Top 15 SP Prospects
Matthew Foreman offers his projections for the top starting pitcher prospects.
Player Showdowns: Second Base
Player Showdowns: Second Base
The Rotoworld staff takes sides and debates some one-on-one second base battles.


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Curtis Granderson returned to action on Wednesday April 16.

Apr 17 - 5:17 AM

Coco Crisp returned to action on Wednesday April 16.

Apr 17 - 5:17 AM

Everth Cabrera returned to action on Wednesday April 16.

Apr 17 - 5:17 AM

Chris Iannetta belted a walk-off 12th inning solo homer to propel the Angels to a 5-4 victory over the A's.

Iannetta's shot to dead center off Drew Pomeranz was nearly pulled back into the yard by Craig Gentry, but the ball grazed off the top of his glove at the apex of his leap. Iannetta finished 2-for-5 with two runs scored. Hits have been hard to come by, but Ianetta's offensive value has been salvaged some by six walks and five extra-base hits (against two singles). He's slashing .184/.304/.421 through 38 at-bats.
Apr 17 - 2:49 AM

Luke Gregerson blew his second save of the season by coughing up a ninth inning run Wednesday in a loss to the Angels.

Nursing a 4-3 lead, Gregerson was brought on to finish things out against the top of Los Angeles' lineup. He didn't have trouble with J.B. Shuck, but consecutive singles put Mike Trout on third and Albert Pujols on first. Howie Kendrick's fielder's choice tied the game before Gregerson was able to escape. Gregerson and Sean Doolittle, the committee appointed to replace Jim Johnson, have both blown saves in the past few days, and Johnson is pitching well again, so one wonders if Bob Melvin is going to get the $10 million man back into the ninth inning the next time Oakland has a save opportunity. It isn't like Gregerson has been bad or anything. He owns a 1.86 ERA and 0.83 WHIP and hadn't given up a run since April 2 prior to this evening.
Apr 17 - 2:43 AM
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