Skip navigation
Sign up to follow your favorites on all your devices.
Sign up
View All Scores
Alex Bowman has scored a career-best five consecutive top-10 finishes.
Aces are still the team to beat, but the Sun and Lynx are potential threats.

Latest Player News

All Player News
  • LAD Catcher #16
    Smith led off the second inning by taking Mets starter David Peterson deep before capping off his second career multi-homer performance with an eighth-inning blast off veteran reliever Adam Ottavino. He finished with three hits in this one, spearheading the Dodgers’ 10-run, 16-hit offensive explosion at Citi Field against a reeling Mets squad. The 29-year-old fantasy stalwart has homered four times in his last five contests and is up to nine round-trippers through 49 contests.
  • TB Third Baseman #13
    Oof. It’s a tough break for the Rays — and for fantasy managers who had been stashing Caminero hoping for an imminent promotion to the big leagues. The 20-year-old infielder won’t return to game action for at least a month and probably won’t be an option to join the Rays until around the All-Star break at the earliest.
  • TEX Shortstop #5
    Seager remained sizzling-hot at the dish on Wednesday afternoon at Globe Life Field in a rematch of last year’s Fall Classic, taking Arizona starter Ryne Nelson out to right field in the fifth inning for a two-run blast. It was his 13th round-tripper of the season and lone hit in three at-bats in this one, although he did manage to draw a free pass as well. The 30-year-old fantasy superstar has gone deep a whopping eight times over his last eight games since May 19. He’s raised his full-season OPS from .681 to .828 during that span. Unreal.
  • ARI Center Fielder #7
    It’s been an unexpected struggle this season for Carroll as Wednesday’s three-hit effort was his first of the year and just his ninth multi-hit performance through 52 games. To put that in context, he recorded 47 games last year with at least two hits across 155 contests. The 23-year-old holds a calamitous .567 OPS with two homers and nine steals so far, and the lack of consistent hard contact across his quality of contact metrics doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence that he’ll eventually turn things around as the season progresses. It’s possible he’s been playing through a lingering shoulder issue, because it’s difficult to explain what exactly is going on otherwise. We’re not concerned long-term given his immense talent, but there are no easy answers at the moment.
  • NYM Relief Pitcher #39
    Well, this is definitely not something the Mets were planning a few hours ago, since Díaz’s replacement on the roster, Josh Walker, was just sent down earlier today. It’s nice to have this explanation for Díaz’s struggles, even if those struggles still seemed pretty fluky. Reed Garrett is probably the best bet in the Mets pen for now, though Adam Ottavino could get save chances as well.
  • DET Left Fielder #30
    Carpenter’s back has been bothering him since the weekend, though the Tigers made no mention of it until today. It’s a big loss for the Tigers, as Carpenter has been easily the team’s best hitter (.283/.342/.572 in 163 PA). They’ll probably give Mark Canha a fair amount of DH time in the coming weeks and use Matt Vierling pretty regularly in the outfield, with Andy Ibáñez picking up some extra starts at third.
  • LAD First Baseman #5
    Freeman followed Mookie Betts’ go-ahead 10th-inning single with a majestic 383-foot missile to right field off Mets reliever Jorge López to give Los Angeles a commanding three-run lead that they wouldn’t relinquish. The 34-year-old also delivered a key run-scoring single in the eighth inning that jump-started the Dodgers’ late-inning rally. He hasn’t been an otherworldly force of nature at the dish, but still boasts an .855 OPS with six homers and one steal across 56 games.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #38
    Megill brought some of his best stuff of the season in the opening contest of Tuesday’s doubleheader at Citi Field, limiting Los Angeles’ star-studded lineup to just three hits and one walk over seven sharp frames. He threw seven different pitches, and also touched 98.1 mph on his four-seam fastball, in the longest scoreless outing of his career. He’s allowed two earned runs or fewer with at least seven strikeouts in back-to-back starts since returning last week from the injured list and is in line for another home outing on Sunday against the Diamondbacks. The 28-year-old righty is absolutely worthy of at least a speculative roster spot in all fantasy formats moving forward. It’ll be fascinating to see if he can keep this up.
  • DET Starting Pitcher #29
    It’s fitting that only Mother Nature herself could prevent fantasy managers from watching a highly-anticipated pitcher’s duel on Tuesday evening between Detroit ace Tarik Skubal and Pirates electrifying rookie Jared Jones. It’ll be made up as a doubleheader on Wednesday instead with Skubal and Jones squaring off in the opening contest of the twin bill. It’ll be dynamic top prospect Paul Skenes taking the ball in the nightcap affair.
  • SF First Baseman #31
    Wade has been diagnosed with a Grade 2 strain and is expected to miss roughly four weeks after suffering the ailment during Monday’s contest against the Phillies. The 30-year-old on-base machine, who leads the majors with a .470 on-base percentage this season, hurt his hamstring initially last Friday while stretching to grab Matt Chapman’s game-saving throw against the Mets. Fantasy managers shouldn’t expect him back until sometime in late June.


Korda finds water three times on No. 12 at USWO
After going in the water hazard three times, Nelly Korda finished the par-3 12th hole at Lancaster with a 10, dealing a major blow to her hopes at the U.S. Women's Open.

NBC Sports Podcasts


Legalized gambling places unprecedented value on inside information and creates strong temptation to use it.
The Lions drafted quarterback Hendon Hooker in the third round last year, but he never took the field as a rookie.
Texans offensive coordinator Bobby Slowik got some new pieces to work with this offseason and he shared his thoughts about the impact they’ll have on the unit on Thursday.
U.S. Women’s Open
Korda hit three balls into the water on the par-3 12th, her third hole in Round 1 of the U.S. Women’s Open.
Nelly Korda’s disaster at No. 12 in the opening round of the U.S. Women’s Open wasn’t the only example of the hole causing problems for the field at Lancaster.
How to watch all of the action from the U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club.
Rose Zhang speaks with Amy Rogers about her approach heading into the 2024 U.S. Women’s Open, discussing how she can work on maintaining confidence and being “resilient” at Lancaster.
Take a look back at Lexi Thompson’s golf career through the years, from her first U.S. Women’s Open as a 12-year-old to her first major title. She announced her decision to retire at the end of the 2024 LPGA season.
Tee times and groupings for the first two rounds of the U.S. Women’s Open.
USGA CEO Mike Whan discusses the build-up to the 2024 U.S. Women’s Open, how the USGA plays a role in growing women’s golf and Lexi Thompson’s impact on the game.


Eric Samulski looks at the early performance of his fantasy baseball teams to see what went right and wrong.
The Warriors finished this season with just one top-75 fantasy player, and this summer could mark the end of an era in the Bay Area.
Jorge Montanez breaks down the week of saves across baseball in his weekly closer rankings and highlights some steals options on the waiver wire.
The Kings’ expected fantasy stalwarts remained productive, but the supporting cast failed to provide consistent value in 2023-24.

Motor Sports

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion’s playoff eligibility is in doubt after missing the Coca-Cola 600 to compete in the rain-delayed Indianapolis 500 on May 28
The IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship will make its debut on a downtown street course in the Chevrolet Grand Prix.
NASCAR competes in two different time zones this weekend.
In an exclusive interview with NBC Sports, Penske talks about the success of his team and the huge crowd at this year’s Indy 500.
2024 French Open
Sam Querrey and Rennae Stubbs discuss the dominance of the ranked Americans to advance past the first round of the 2024 French Open, including Coco Gauff and Taylor Fritz.
Sam Querrey and Rennae Stubbs react to veterans Stan Wawrinka, Richard Gasquet, Gael Monfils and Kei Nishikori all advancing to Round 2 of the French Open, evaluating their performances at Roland Garros.
Sam Querrey and Rennae Stubbs look ahead to the thrilling 2024 French Open second round match between Iga Swiatek and Naomi Osaka.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner winning in Round 1 of the French Open, explaining why the tournament feels hard to predict on the men’s side of things.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey tell their favorite Rafael Nadal stories off the court and on the court, highlighting the character of the all-time great.
Rennae Stubbs and Sam Querrey discuss Rafael Nadal’s loss in the first round of the French Open and why the legendary tennis star has his sights set on the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Novak Djokovic advances in a 6-4, 7-6, 6-4 victory over Pierre-Hugues Herbert in the first round of the French Open at Roland Garros.


Lexi Thompson’s retirement and the tragic passing of Grayson Murray have put mental health in focus in professional golf, emphasizing how lonely the LPGA and PGA Tour routine can be.
Korda made a 10 on her third hole Thursday and failed to break 80 at Lancaster Country Club.
Forsterling has won each of her last two starts on the Ladies European Tour.
Nelly Korda’s disaster at No. 12 in the opening round of the U.S. Women’s Open wasn’t the only example of the hole causing problems for the field at Lancaster.
Korda hit three balls into the water on the par-3 12th, her third hole in Round 1 of the U.S. Women’s Open.


The coming new NBA television rights will bring in a lot more revenue and that is going to lead to some massive salaries.
Redick reportedly is checking out potential top assistant coaches for his staff
With Game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals tipping off tonight, Brad Thomas has two plus odds bets that he likes. See where Brad is finding value in this game.
Bet the EDGE likes the first half Under tonight and grabbed some Timberwolves to win the series.


“Octagons Circles, and Squares” talks to Makhachev and breaks down the Card
With Game 5 of the NBA Western Conference Finals tipping off tonight, Brad Thomas has two plus odds bets that he likes. See where Brad is finding value in this game.
Bet the EDGE likes the first half Under tonight and grabbed some Timberwolves to win the series.
Bet the Edge evaluates the WNBA regular season MVP market, discussing whether anyone can close the gap on Las Vegas Aces center A’ja Wilson to win the award.


Mets manager Carlos Mendoza called the outburst “not acceptable” and said it would be handled internally.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski break down why Baltimore Orioles infielder Jordan Westburg should continue to be a solid fantasy contributor, explaining why they are “buying” him as a fantasy force.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski discuss All-Star outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. tearing is ACL, explaining what it means for fantasy managers and the Atlanta Braves as a whole.

Premier League

There are official dates for the start and end of the 2024-25 Premier League season, and an official fixture release date, too.
Fans will get to see Arsenal versus Manchester United in Los Angeles, Aston Villa visiting Borussia Dortmund, and Premier League champions Manchester City against Barcelona and AC Milan.
Leicester City, Ipswich Town and Southampton all found their way to the Premier League via the gauntlet that was the 2023-24 Football League Championship season.
The Premier League’s seven representatives in European competition next season have been decided, with Manchester United claiming a place in the Europa League.

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.
Defensive back Jordan Young (Monroe, NC/ Monroe High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2025 All-American Bowl.
Defensive lineman Isaiah Campbell (Durham, NC/ Southern High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2025 All-American Bowl.
Matchups against Florida State, Louisville and Army headline the seven-game slate.

College Basketball

UConn forward Alex Karaban is heading back to campus for a try at a third straight national title after withdrawing from the NBA draft.
A potential multibillion-dollar settlement of an antitrust lawsuit cleared the second of a three-step NCAA approval process Tuesday.
A potential multibillion-dollar settlement of an antitrust lawsuit has cleared the first of a three-step NCAA approval process.
Seimone Augustus, who led LSU to three straight NCAA Final Fours and won three Olympic gold medals, will return to the Tigers as an assistant.

Brother From Another

Michael Holley and Michael Smith react to the Minnesota Timberwolves’ impressive performance in a Game 4 win over the Dallas Mavericks to stay alive in the playoffs.
Michael Holley and Michael Smith dissect the Dallas Mavericks’ performance in their Game 4 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and debate over the Mavericks’ ability to close the series out on the road.
Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss the officiating in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals, and juxtapose it to the officiating in the Boston Celtics’ Game 4 win over the Indiana Pacers.
Michael Holley and Michael Smith debate over Kyrie Irving and Luka Doncic being called the most talented backcourt duo in NBA history during the Western Conference Finals.

Local coverage

The Patriots rookie is still third on the quarterback depth chart.
As reporters get a chance to see OTA practice again on Thursday, here are five questions on our minds.
Here are some observations from the 49ers’ practice.
Chicago Sky rookie forward Angel Reese joined some elite company with her early-season play.


From senior J.M. Butler to coach Nick Clinard and everyone else who hit a shot in a 3-2 NCAA final victory over Florida State, everyone played a role in making history.
While Russell Wilson has been in “pole position” to be the Steelers’ starting quarterback, Justin Fields is also in the mix for the role.
In early 2006, quarterback Drew Brees had a surgically-repaired shoulder that kept the Dolphins from offering him a contract.
The 2024 Criterium du Dauphine begins this Sunday, June 2 through Thursday, June 9 on Peacock.
The Chiefs, like all teams, are trying to figure out how to handle the new kickoff rules.