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    Curtis Granderson Mar 23 5:00pm ET

    Outfielder Curtis Granderson will be on the Miami Marlins Opening Day roster when the season begins, according to's Joe Frisaro. Granderson, who recently turned 38 years old, split time between the Blue Jays and Brewers last year, launching 13 home runs in 123 games. Granderson is long past his prime, but his 69 homers over the last three seasons shows that he can still hit.

    From RotoBaller

    Marcus Walden Mar 23 4:53pm ET

    Boston Red Sox RHP Marcus Walden was optioned to Class AAA Pawtucket Saturday, March 23. The team also optioned LHP Darwinzon Hernandez to Class AA Portland.

    Darwinzon Hernandez Mar 23 4:53pm ET

    Boston Red Sox RHP Marcus Walden was optioned to Class AAA Pawtucket Saturday, March 23. The team also optioned LHP Darwinzon Hernandez to Class AA Portland.

    AJ Reed Mar 23 4:53pm ET

    Houston Astros 1B A.J. Reed and LHP Reymin Guduan were optioned to Class AAA Round Rock Saturday, March 23.

    Reymin Guduan Mar 23 4:53pm ET

    Houston Astros 1B A.J. Reed and LHP Reymin Guduan were optioned to Class AAA Round Rock Saturday, March 23.

    Peter O'Brien Mar 23 4:50pm ET

    The Miami Marlins have optioned outfielder Peter O'Brien to Triple A, according to beat reporter Joe Frisaro. O'Brien was having a productive Spring Training, but it looks as if the Marlins will keep Rosell Herrera as the fourth outfielder when the season starts. O'Brien has some pop in his bat, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him get called up earlier rather than later this year.

    From RotoBaller

    Tzu-Wei Lin Mar 23 4:43pm ET

    Boston Red Sox INF Tzu-Wei Lin was optioned to Class AAA Pawtucket Saturday, March 23.

    Whit Merrifield Mar 23 4:40pm ET

    Kansas City Royals second baseman/utility man Whit Merrifield had a nice day on Friday as he smacked a pair of hits and scored two runs against the Giants in the team's big win. Obviously, there's little to be made of spring stats, but both Merrifield's hits did come off Madison Bumgarner, who isn't exactly some Double-A arm just burning pitches. Merrifield shut down all his doubters last year after following up his strong 2017 with an even better 2018. As the epitome of a late bloomer, the 30-year-old Merrifield inked himself a big contract this winter and should continue his success on the field this year. With an assortment of wild card players behind him in the lineup, Merrifield's counting stats may be a little unpredictable, but everyone knows that he'll find a way to get on base and steal plenty of bags, no matter what else is happening with his team.

    From RotoBaller

    Victor Robles Mar 23 4:40pm ET

    Nationals manager Dave Martinez shared his plans for the team's lineup Saturday; it will feature Adam Eaton leading off, Trea Turner batting second, and Victor Robles batting ninth. This is not great news for Robles' fantasy shareholders, but he is at least set for something like full playing time as long as Michael A. Taylor remains out with a leg injury. While Robles is certainly a great keeper and dynasty asset, it would be much better for redraft leagues to see him hitting sixth or seventh so that he could see more plate appearances.

    From RotoBaller

    Billy Hamilton Mar 23 4:30pm ET

    Kansas City Royals speedster Billy Hamilton may be one of the few hitters who will benefit from playing in a bigger park. Hamilton's lack of pop is well-known at this point, so he was never able to take full advantage of Cincinnati's tiny stadium. Moving to KC, Hamilton figures to get more opportunities to turn less impressive drives into extra bases, thanks to the larger area opposing outfielders have to cover. With almost no power behind him in the lineup and a dependable contact hitter (Whit Merrifield) following him, expect Hamilton to be turned loose on the basepaths this year. KC will probably be lacking in pop, but they should be exciting to watch.

    From RotoBaller

    Jorge Bonifacio Mar 23 4:20pm ET

    Kansas City Royals outfielder Jorge Bonifacio has been optioned to Triple-A Omaha to start the season, but he's bubbling right on the surface of being called back up at any time. Bonifacio made waves in 2017 when he surprised everyone by hitting 17 homers as he turned a short-term chance into a long-term gig. All that progress was halted in spring 2018 when he was suspended for PEDs. After he returned, he mired away without any real power in his swing. Heading in 2019, the starting right field job has been handed to Jorge Soler, but Bonifacio will be waiting. Whether he can regain his pre-suspension power will likely decide how much pressure he puts on the major leaguers.

    From RotoBaller

    Stephen Strasburg Mar 23 4:10pm ET

    Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg went 5.2 innings in his final game of spring training, striking out 9 without a walk. He did allow 4 runs, including a home run to fellow pitcher Miles Mikolas. Overall, Strasburg walked 7 and struck out 28 in 21.1 innings this spring. He is always a health risk, but when Strasburg is on the mound, he should be a solid #2 starter for fantasy teams.

    From RotoBaller

    Masahiro Tanaka Mar 23 4:00pm ET

    With the 2019 MLB regular season just five days away, Masahiro Tanaka made his last Spring Training outing before taking the mound for opening day. The Japanese veteran pitched just two innings against the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, allowing just one hit and striking out three to end his preseason on a high. Tanaka will once again be the club's opening day starter as a result of Luis Severino's injury. In his penultimate Spring start, he struck out seven over five impressive innings. While the Yankees aren't in an ideal situation with their ace facing an injury, Tanaka is more than capable of delivering as the temporary number one starter.

    From RotoBaller

    Homer Bailey Mar 23 4:00pm ET

    Kansas City Royals pitcher Homer Bailey looks like he's going to be the team's No. 4 starting pitcher to open the season. Bailey will likely held back for extended spring training since the team has no need for a fourth starter in the first week due to having three scheduled off days, but manager Ned Yost implied that Bailey is expected to join the team after that. With Heath Fillmyer officially optioned to the minors on Saturday, that pretty much guarantees that Bailey will be in for a turn early in the season. Bailey has been mediocre this spring, but that's actually been an improvement over his last three regular seasons, when he's yet to post an ERA under 6.00. Bailey was once a prized prospect and will thus continue to get opportunities even though he's 32 years old at this point, but fantasy owners should be slow to believe there's anything there.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyler Herb Mar 23 3:43pm ET

    San Francisco Giants RHP Tyler Herb was acquired by the Baltimore Orioles Saturday, March 23, in exchange for OF Mike Yastrzemski.

    Zack Wheeler Mar 23 3:40pm ET

    This past Wednesday, New York Mets starter Zack Wheeler threw 91 pitches in a minor league start, appearing ready for the new season. The 28-year-old tossed seven scoreless innings, striking out six along the way. Wheeler is expected to make one last Spring start on Monday before making his season debut next weekend in Washington against the Nationals. Considering this is his free agent season, excitement should be considerable over what the right-hander has in store this season. Wheeler is coming off a career year, having posted a 12-7 record with a 3.31 ERA in 2018.

    From RotoBaller

    Rene Rivera Mar 23 2:43pm ET

    San Francisco Giants C Rene Rivera was released Saturday, March 23.

    Brandon Nimmo Mar 23 2:40pm ET

    New York Mets outfielder Brandon Nimmo has had quite the eventful Spring this year. After being sidelined earlier with a sore shoulder, he caught a stomach virus that further sidelined him. Now, however, on the cusp of the new season, the 25-year-old appears set to go. Taking on the Miami Marlins this past Thursday, he blasted two home runs from the leadoff spot, something manager Mickey Callaway implied was a sign that he was ready for the new year. Nimmo is likely to land a starting job to begin the year, despite the aforementioned obstacles that he's overcome.

    From RotoBaller

    Heath Fillmyer Mar 23 2:30pm ET

    The Kansas City Royals officially optioned pitcher Heath Fillmyer to Triple-A Omaha on Saturday. Fillmyer is/was considered to be in the running for the fifth starting role in the rotation, but the team has three scheduled off days in the first eight days of the season, so they're expected to kind of drag their feet about that role for the first two weeks this year. For now, Fillmyer is out, but he'll likely be back soon enough since KC's rotation looks like it will have more than its fair share of struggles. Fillmyer worked as a spot starter for the Royals last season, and he was mediocre at best. He should only be worth watching in AL-only leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Verlander Mar 23 2:23pm ET

    Houston Astros RHP Justin Verlander has agreed to a two-year contract extension with the Astros worth $66 million, according to sources.

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