Fantasy News

  • Red Sox officially promote Devers to Majors

    Rafael Devers

    For the second straight summer, the Red Sox are bringing a top prospect up in the middle of a pennant race.

  • Schoop earns AL Player of the Week honors

    Jonathan Schoop

    Second baseman Jonathan Schoop, who leads the Orioles in all three Triple Crown categories with a .307 batting average, 21 home runs and 70 RBIs, took home American League Player of the Week honors on Monday.

  • Arenado named NL Player of the Week

    Nolan Arenado

    Fresh off his first career All-Star Game start, Nolan Arenado went on a weeklong tear that all but cemented his status as one of the best players in baseball.

  • Kershaw to miss 4-6 weeks with back injury

    Clayton Kershaw

    The Dodgers expect Clayton Kershaw to miss four to six weeks with the back injury that forced him to leave Sunday's start early, a baseball source said, confirming MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal's initial report, making it the second straight year Kershaw will miss significant time due to a back ailment.

  • Strasburg exits early for precautionary reasons

    Stephen Strasburg

    The Nationals' offense handed Stephen Strasburg a four-run lead in the top of the first inning Sunday afternoon in Arizona, normally an opportunity for the All-Star right-hander to be aggressive and fill up the strike zone. Instead, Strasburg struggled with his command and could not find a groove, issuing three walks and getting to a few other three-ball counts.

  • Gardner ties career high with 17th homer

    Brett Gardner

    Yankees center fielder Brett Gardner went 2-for-5 with a homer and two RBIs on Sunday against the Mariners.

  • Gregorius goes deep twice

    Didi Gregorius

    Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius went 2-for-5 with two solo homers Sunday against the Mariners.

  • Barnes bashes three-run homer

    Austin Barnes

    Dodgers catcher Austin Barnes went 2-for-4 with a three-run homer Sunday vs. the Braves.

  • Adams hits game-tying three-run homer

    Matt Adams

    Braves first baseman Matt Adams went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer Sunday against the Dodgers.