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Derek Jeter sells Tampa mansion Tom Brady has been renting
Former New York Yankee superstar Derek Jeter has sold his waterfront mansion in Tampa for $22.5 million - meaning Tom Brady might be headed to new rental digs.
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Miguel Rojas is nothing more than injury stopgap
NBC Sports EDGE's D.J. Short explains that Miguel Rojas is a fine option as an injury stopgap for managers, but shouldn't be rostered all year.
Dodgers’ Corey Seager likely out for a few weeks with broken hand
World Series MVP Corey Seager will miss at least a few weeks for the Los Angeles Dodgers after breaking a bone in his right hand.
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Another Yankees staffer tests positive for COVID-19; Aaron Hicks goes on IL
The Yankees have had another positive COVID-19 test, this one involving a staff member, manager Aaron Boone said before their game against the Orioles.
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Report: Albert Pujols signing with Dodgers
According to a report, the Dodgers are signing veteran first baseman Albert Pujols to a major league deal.
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Yankees have no new COVID-19 cases, but injuries mount
Aaron Hicks had an MRI that revealed a torn tendon sheath in his left wrist. Aaron Boone said the team will initially try to treat the injury with medicine.
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Taijuan Walker flourishing early in 2021 season
NBC Sports EDGE's Drew Silva explains how Taijuan Walker is proving to be the Mets' best offseason acquisition thus far.
Silva: Undeniable how good Matt Barnes has been
Drew Silva highlights just how good Red Sox closer Matt Barnes has been this season and how he's obliterating his ADP right now.
Silva: Soto's still one of MLB's best pure hitters
Nationals OF Juan Soto has been off to a slow start this season, but NBC Sports EDGE's Drew Silva highlights why the young slugger could soon rebound.
Huascar Ynoa proving to be 'waiver wire gold'
Huascar Ynoa, 22, has enjoyed a terrific start to the 2021 season, and NBC Sports EDGE's Drew Silva explains how fantasy managers have benefited from the youngster's emergence.
Albert Pujols released by Angels, becomes free agent
Albert Pujols was released by the Angels after clearing waivers one week after the 41-year-old star slugger was designated for assignment.
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Josh Rojas showing off his breakout potential
Diamondbacks outfielder Josh Rojas, boasting a .397 batting average since mid-April, has established a firm presence in the lineup and a spot on the radars of fantasy baseball managers.
Should managers consider dropping Zac Gallen?
Despite Zac Gallen's undeniable talent as a starting pitcher, D.J. Short suggests managers consider dropping Gallen for other starters given his recent UCL sprain which will sideline him for several weeks.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa looking like fantasy bargain
NBC Sports EDGE's D.J. Short discusses Isiah Kiner-Falefa's surprising season so far, and looks at how his multi-position versatility and power surge have been big for fantasy managers.
Brewers' J.P. Feyereisen 'deserves more attention'
NBC Sports EDGE's D.J. Short discusses Milwaukee Brewers RP J.P. Feyereisen's season, explaining why fantasy managers should consider adding him for help with ratios, strikeouts and wins.
Gleyber Torres positive for COVID-19 despite being vaccinated
Yankees shortstop Gleyber Torres tested positive for COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated and having previously contracted the coronavirus during the offseason.
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Yasmani Grandal's bad luck may be turning around
NBC Sports EDGE's D.J. Short explains why Yasmani Grandal's 2021 numbers could soon see significant improvement for the Chicago White Sox and fantasy managers.
Top Mariners prospects Kelenic, Gilbert coming up to majors
The Seattle Mariners' future has arrived.
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Virus-depleted Padres add Wil Myers to IL
The Padres made a series of moves to bolster a lineup that is missing outfielder Wil Myers and shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. after they tested positive for COVID-19.
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Braves’ Mike Soroka has setback, to have second Achilles surgery
Braves right-hander Mike Soroka experienced a setback in his recovery from surgery to repair his torn right Achilles tendon and will have a follow-up procedure next week.
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Yankees 3B coach Phil Nevin has positive COVID-19 test
Yankees third base coach Phil Nevin is away from the team after a positive COVID-19 test.
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Fernando Tatis goes on injured list due to health, safety protocols
San Diego shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. was among three players the Padres added to the injured list due to health and safety protocols.
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Mets to put Jacob deGrom on injured list with right side tightness
Jacob deGrom will be placed on the injured list by the Mets with tightness in his right side, a move that will keep the ace from taking the mound until May 20.
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MLB tells Athletics to explore relocation if no new ballpark
Major League Baseball instructed the Athletics to explore relocation options as the team tries to secure a new ballpark it hopes will keep the club in Oakland long-term.
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Cubs place Jake Marisnick on IL with right hamstring injury
The Cubs placed outfielder Jake Marisnick on the 10-day injured list and recalled reliever Brad Wieck from Triple-A Iowa.
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Two-time All-Star right-hander Jordan Zimmermann retires
Jordan Zimmermann retired two appearances into his 13th season in the major leagues.
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Luke Voit activated by Yankees after recovering from knee surgery
Luke Voit was activated from the 10-day injured list by the Yankees and was set to make his season debut against the AL champion Rays.
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Baez will be great source for counting stats
Javier Báez has been racking up counting stats all season, but Colin Henderson spotlights how his batting average and on-base percentage have been declining.
Sean Manaea's new curveball leading to success
Colin Henderson explains that Sean Manaea's recent success stems from utilizing his new curveball and ditching his slider.
Henderson: Might be wise to sell high on Semien
Marcus Semien has been a pleasant surprise for managers so far, but Colin Henderson wonders if managers should take advantage of his high trade value.
Managers right to be worried about Hendricks
Colin Henderson highlights the struggles Cubs right-hander Kyle Hendricks has gone through this season and why there's little hope for managers right now.
Stanton showing off league-winning potential
NBC Sports EDGE's Colin Henderson lays out how good Yankees' Giancarlo Stanton has been in 2021, but wonders if managers should sell high now.
Candelario scorching in May, should be rostered
Despite the Tigers' recent struggles, corner infielder Jeimer Candelario has shown signs of real talent at the plate and could be worthy as an addition to fantasy rosters.
Velasquez's metrics trending in right direction
Chris Crawford analyzes Vince Velasquez's metrics and explains that the former top prospect is trending in the right direction and worth adding if you need starting pitching.
Twins turn to Larnach with Buxton, Kirilloff out
With Minnesota's outfielders set to miss time, Chris Crawford suggests fantasy managers pick up rookie Trevor Larnach who should have an opportunity to prove himself as an offensive asset.
Crawford: Segura looks to be back to his old form
Jean Segura is turning heads in the fantasy baseball community and Chris Crawford endorses adding Segura, if your roster needs infield help.
Crawford: Add Anderson to your fantasy rotation
Chris Crawford recommends adding pitcher Tyler Anderson, who has been dealing in 2021, especially lately, dominating batters to the tune of a .156 opponent BA.
Pirates place Moran on IL, put Hayes on 60-day Iist, claim Gamel
The Pirates placed infielder Colin Moran on the 10-day IL with a strained left groin amid several roster moves.
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Shane Greene rejoins Braves to fortify bullpen
Relief pitcher Shane Greene returns to the Braves organization, beginning with a stint at Triple-A Gwinnett.
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Jacob DeGrom to get MRI for side issue after Mets win 5th straight
Two-time Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom will get an MRI after exiting the Met's game against the Diamondbacks early with right side tightness.
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Mets’ Jacob deGrom exits early in return from right lat issue
Mets ace Jacob deGrom pulled himself from a game with tightness on his right side after throwing two warm-up pitches before the sixth inning.
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Mets’ acting GM Zack Scott agitated by rat-raccoon drama
Mets acting general manager Zack Scott wasn't thrilled by Francisco Lindor's fuzzy explanation for a dugout dispute.
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Braves’ Acuña hit by pitch from Phillies’ Coonrod, leaves game
Ronald Acuna Jr., who shares the major league lead with 10 home runs, left the Braves' game against the Phillies after being hit by a pitch.
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Trout says he ‘broke down’ over Pujols’ departure from Angels
Mike Trout was cooling down after the Angels' game when he was told Albert Pujols was hugging teammates in the locker room.
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Reds’ Wade Miley throws season’s 4th no-hitter, stifles Indians
Wade Miley tossed baseball's second no-hitter in three days - and fourth already this season - leading the Reds to a 3-0 win against the Indians.
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Twins place Byron Buxton on 10-day IL with hip strain
Outfielder Byron Buxton was put on the 10-day injured list by the Twins with a strained right hip.
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Albert Pujols still wants to play
Albert Pujols was cut by the Angels, abruptly ending the 41-year-old superstar slugger's decade with his second major league team.
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Indians catcher Roberto Pérez has finger surgery, out months
A tiny crack in Roberto Perez's finger has turned into a large problem for the Indians.
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Reds’ Joey Votto goes on injured list with broken thumb
Reds first baseman Joey Votto was placed on the 10-day injured list with a broken left thumb that could sideline him for a month.
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Arenado returning to his Rockies' form with Cards
While his production seems modest right now, Drew Silva advises fantasy managers that Nolan Arenado will continue to grow into Busch Stadium and soon regain the prolific offensive form we saw in Colorado.