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Ahead of the star-studded 2024 WNBA Draft, Meghan McKeown outlines her picks and predictions.
You weren’t looking for a straight-forward weekend in the Premier League title race, were you? Liverpool, Man City, and Arsenal shake things up in Week 33.

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  • MIL Right Fielder #28
    Wiemer, 25, has hit .220 with a .688 OPS over 58 at-bats with Nashville. The outfielder mostly struggled in his time in the majors for the Brewers in 2024, and is more of a long-term option than someone fantasy managers should be considering for the 2024 campaign.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher #28
    It was a bit surprising to see Miller pulled after just four innings and 73 pitches during Wednesday’s start against the Twins, and perhaps this was why. It’s unclear how serious the ailment is or how long the 25-year-old hurler will be sidelined for. Either way, it’s a very unfortunate break for fantasy managers. Stay tuned.
  • MIN Starting Pitcher #41
    Ryan served up a two-run blast to Kerry Carpenter in the opening frame after a throwing error by Jose Miranda kept the inning alive, but was virtually un-hittable afterwards amassing an eye-popping 20 swinging strikes and finishing with an elite 39 percent CSW. He kept Detroit’s lineup off the scoreboard into the sixth inning when rookie Colt Keith delivered a go-ahead RBI single. He’ll bring a strong 2.60 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 24/2 K/BB ratio across 17 innings (three starts) into a rematch against the Tigers on Friday at Target Field.
  • NYY Relief Pitcher #35
    Holmes was called upon to protect a one-run lead in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader and wound up needing just 14 pitches (nine strikes) to preserve the win. He surrendered a leadoff double to Ramón Laureano, who wound up being stranded in scoring position, following strikeouts of Bo Naylor and Estevan Florial before Brayan Rocchio grounded out to end the contest. The 31-year-old righty has converted six of his seven save opportunities this season.
  • MIL Right Fielder #22
    Murphy added that Yelich won’t play this weekend against the Orioles due to lower back discomfort, and will likely wind up requiring a trip to the injured list if he’s not ready to return for Monday’s series opener against the Padres. There should be some clarity on his status for fantasy managers at some point later this weekend or early next week. Stay tuned.
  • BOS Third Baseman #11
    Devers remains absent from Boston’s lineup for the third consecutive contest due to an ongoing left shoulder soreness. The positive news here is that all indications are he won’t require a trip to the injured list and the Red Sox are merely proceeding with an abundance of caution since it’s so early in the year. It’ll be Bobby Dalbec taking over at the hot corner on Saturday in his absence. Fantasy managers should consider him day-to-day for now.
  • BAL Second Baseman #7
    It’s a much needed break for Holliday, who appears to be pressing a bit at the plate in search of his first career hit. The 20-year-old top prospect, who struck out all three times up during Friday’s series opener against the Brewers, has gone 0-for-11 with seven strikeouts in his first three contests since being called up earlier this week. It’s not unprecedented for top prospects to struggle initially as they adjust to everyday life in the majors, so fantasy managers should continue to exercise patience here. It’s only a matter of time before he heats up.
  • TOR Starting Pitcher #29
    Rodriguez will make his highly-anticipated major-league debut on Saturday against the Rockies at the Rogers Centre. It’s an extremely favorable matchup, which gives him some immediate appeal for fantasy managers as a streaming candidate. The 27-year-old Cuban right-hander, who signed a five-year, $32 million contract in the offseason, looked extremely sharp recently for Triple-A Buffalo, striking out 10 batters over 6 1/3 shutout innings (two starts). There are some lingering questions concerning how he’ll hold up with a full starter’s workload moving forward, but he’s worthy of a speculative roster spot in all fantasy formats based on talent alone.
  • MIN Shortstop #4
    The Twins haven’t revealed the results of Correa’s MRI, which will determine how long he’s likely to remain sidelined. The 29-year-old superstar shortstop suffered the right oblique strain during Friday’s contest against the Tigers during a third-inning at-bat. There should be some much-needed clarity on his return timeline at some point this weekend, but fantasy managers should anticipate him missing at least a few weeks. It’ll most likely be Willi Castro and Austin Martin filling in at shortstop in his absence with top prospect Brooks Lee on the shelf in the minors due to injury.
  • CIN Starting Pitcher #40
    Lodolo will take the ball on Saturday afternoon against the White Sox for his first big-league start since last May. The 26-year-old southpaw was establishing himself as a potential upper-echelon fantasy starter before suffering a left calf injury that wound up keeping him on the shelf for nearly an entire year. Given his immense strikeout potential, Lodolo figures to make a significant impact for fantasy managers, if he can stay healthy.


Extended HLs: Liverpool v. Crystal Palace MWK 33
Liverpool's title hopes took a huge blow as Crystal Palace leave Anfield with all three points in a stunning 1-0 victory in Matchweek 33.

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88th Masters Tournament
Tiger Woods said he plans to do his homework on the next three major venues.
Shipley, a fifth-year senior at Ohio State, beat Woods by four shots on Sunday at the Masters to finish as low amateur.
Here’s why those in or near the lead could win the 88th Masters Tournament.
Scottie Scheffler explains why he’s proud of his “fight” during Round 3 at the Masters and how he’s mentally preparing for what promises to be a nerve-wracking Sunday.
Bryson DeChambeau breaks down the slick greens and other challenges Augusta threw at him in Round 3 of the Masters as well as his mindset for the final round.
Max Homa reflects on the difficult conditions on Saturday at Augusta and discusses what he wants to focus on for Sunday.
Collin Morikawa talks about his decision to change putters for Round 3 of the Masters and his excitement about getting back to playing some of his best golf on the biggest stage.


Three years ago, the Rams decided to move on from quarterback Jared Goff.
If you’re planning on buying the Father of Mine ebook today, don’t.
The Packers will begin their offseason program on Monday and that will provide them with their first chance to work with new defensive coordinator Jeff Hafley in person.
There are deep and obvious connections between football and the military.


Kyle Dvorchak breaks down his top eight running backs ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft.
The Rotoworld NBA crew picks three players who they aren’t high on for next season.
Matthew Pouliot recommends a Phillies reliever and a pair of AL East bats in this week’s column.


The Tour announced a “framework” agreement with PIF last June that ended costly litigation between the two sides and opened the door to a possible deal that would include the for-profit assets of the Tour, LIV Golf and the DP World Tour. Last month’s meeting was the first that involved the player directors.
Follow all the action during Sunday’s final round at Augusta National Golf Club.
Shipley, a fifth-year senior at Ohio State, beat Woods by four shots on Sunday at the Masters to finish as low amateur.
Tiger Woods said he plans to do his homework on the next three major venues.
Woods and Lundquist shook hands and exchanged a few words at the site of Woods’ memorable chip-in at the 2005 Masters.
Tiger’s son was assisting the 15-time major winner ahead of his 100th round at the Masters.
Premier League: The Run In
A look at the remaining schedule for Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City as the title race goes down to the wire.
Check out the Premier League fixtures and results for the 2023-24 season
Will Manchester City complete its quest for an unprecedented fourth-straight title?
The Premier League title race is a remarkable three horse race (at least) as we enter the final seven games of the 2023-24 season.
Joe Prince-Wright, Andy Edwards and Nick Mendola expect Liverpool to get back on track at home against Crystal Palace after their stumble in Manchester.
Joe Prince-Wright, Nick Mendola and Andy Edwards breaks down the keys to Arsenal’s test against the visiting Aston Villa with the Gunners atop the table only on goal difference.
Matchweek 33 of the Premier League sees blue bloods matching wits, with Newcastle vs Spurs, Arsenal vs Aston Villa, and Chelsea vs Everton all on the docket.


Caitlin Clark will go No. 1, but this is a deep and talented draft.
Considering how much Detroit’s owner agreed to pay Williams it’s not likely he gets pushed out after one season.
Wembanyama averaged 21.4 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.9 assists and an NBA-best 3.6 blocked shots per game.
With one day of games left to be played, 15 of the 20 postseason spots remain undecided.


Atlanta Braves ace Spencer Strider will miss the rest of the season after having surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, the team said Saturday.
Ohtani drove an elevated outside fastball from Michael King 403 feet into the center-field stands for his fourth homer in eight games.
The charges were outlined in a complaint filed with the United States District Court for the Central District of California on Thursday.
Eric Samulski highlights Michael Kopech as a high performer on a bad White Sox team as an add while making the case to cut bait on the Rangers’ Josh Jung.

Premier League

The Premier League’s leader in goal contributions has spearheaded Aston Villa’s top-four run and may well be the Player of the Season.
“It’s now, the moment is now,” Arteta said after Arsenal lost to Aston Villa. “After this blow, how we react”
Ahmed Fareed, Robbie Earle, and Robbie Mustoe recap a chaotic Sunday slate, where Liverpool fell to Crystal Palace at Anfield and Arsenal tripped up against Aston Villa at the Emirates.
Ahmed Fareed, Robbie Earle, and Robbie Mustoe discuss Aston Villa’s impressive 2-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates to dampen the Gunners’ title hopes in Matchweek 33.

Motor Sports

Cooper Webb led flag-to-flag and tied Jett Lawrence in the points’ standings.
“I think it’s going to come down to deep in the year,” Jimmie Johnson said of when a deal could be done.
Can another team top Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing today?
Sam Mayer wins by the second closest margin of victory in Xfinity Series history.


Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick detail why Barcelona to make and win the Champions League Final is a value wager for bettors to consider.
Bet the Edge examines several key factors that impact the Over/Under for Rome Odunze and Brian Thomas Jr.'s NFL draft positions.
Eric Froton joins Bet the Edge to discuss odds for the top three picks in the 2024 NFL Draft, including scenarios where Jayden Daniels or Drake Maye go No. 2 overall to the Commanders.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick break down Giannis Antetokounmpo’s calf injury and the impact it will have on the Milwaukee Bucks betting market through the rest of the regular season and playoffs.

College Basketball

Check out the sights and sounds from Purdue’s run at the Final Four, where the Boilermakers beat North Carolina State before falling to UConn.
The school announced the 51-year-old Mark Pope’s hiring but did not mention any contract details.
The Go B1G or Go Home crew discuss where the Iowa and Purdue programs go from here now that stars Caitlin Clark and Zach Edey are moving on from the college game.
The Go B1G or Go Home crew evaluates the Big Ten’s performance in the 2024 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, led by Purdue’s voyage to the national title game.

College Football

The College Football Transfer Portal is underway. Here is a one-stop shop to track which big-name players are on the move this offseason.
Eric Froton breaks down the top EDGE players in the 2024 NFL Draft, headlined by UCLA’s Laiatu Latu and Alabama’s Dallas Turner.
Quarterback Keelon Russell (Duncanville, TX/ Duncanville High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2025 All-American Bowl.
NCAA President Charlie Baker has already been pushing for states with legal wagering to ban betting on individual performances for college athletes.

Brother From Another

Kurt Helin joins Brother From Another to analyze the NBA Playoff picture and examine the race for the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference between the Minnesota Timberwolves, Denver Nuggets and Oklahoma City Thunder.
Kurt Helin joins Brother From Another to break down the Milwaukee Bucks’ form with the playoffs on the horizon and Jayson Tatum’s comments on the Boston Celtics shooting zero free throws in Tuesday night’s game.
Kurt Helin joins Brother From Another to discuss Lindsey Harding reportedly interviewing for the Charlotte Hornets head coaching job, explaining why Harding would be a great hire.
Michael Smith and Michael Holley react to the “record-shattering” TV ratings of Iowa vs. South Carolina, breaking down why the mark signifies the exponential growth of women’s basketball.

Local coverage

The NFL announced 13 players who will be in attendance for the 2024 NFL Draft.
Tom Curran, Phil Perry, and Albert Breer evaluate all three potential quarterbacks for the Patriots.
The Eagles have been linked to cornerbacks and offensive tackles but which order should they draft them in?
Any team in a desperate situation late in the season can apparently plan on making their first phone call to seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.


The fight isn’t over for Leverkusen, who have five games left in a bid for an invincible season and can still win the German Cup and Europa League trophies.
Andreas Pereira scored twice as Fulham completed the double over West Ham.
This season’s Premier League title race is a beauty and Jurgen Klopp knows the Reds’ Sunday standards versus Crystal Palace were not good enough for silverware.
Will Erling Haaland hold on to claim another Premier League Golden Boot? Ollie Watkins leads a deep group hot on the Manchester City man’s heels.
Kevin De Bruyne’s long-term injury opened the door for a new name atop the Premier League assists leaderboard