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    Danny Jansen Feb 27 7:00pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo indicated on Thursday that he foresees a 60/40 split between catchers Danny Jansen and Reese McGuire this season. Jansen would be on the favorable side of the platoon despite the right-handed bat, but Montoyo wants both players to know the pitching staff well so he can play matchups during the season. A popular late-round target in 2019, Jansen disappointed owners with a .207/.279/.360 slash line and 13 homers in 107 games last season, but he's worked hard this offseason regaining the swing that netted him a .285 career BA in Triple-A. He has a higher upside bat than McGuire, but he better serves as a two-catcher league option.

    From RotoBaller

    Daulton Jefferies Feb 27 6:53pm ET

    Oakland Athletics P Daulton Jefferies (biceps) will undergo an MRI Friday, Feb. 28.

    Cavan Biggio Feb 27 6:50pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo stated on Thursday that second baseman Cavan Biggio could see time at both corner infield spots this season. He had similar splits against both types of pitchers last season, so he could spell off Travis Shaw at first base versus left-handers while giving Vladimir Guerrero Jr. a breather at third every once in a while. Biggio only mustered a .234 BA in his rookie season, but his .364 OBP has him locked into the second spot in the lineup where he could pile up plenty of counting stats. The 24-year-old is a high-upside pick in the mid-rounds of fantasy drafts.

    From RotoBaller

    JC Ramirez Feb 27 6:43pm ET

    Los Angeles Angels P J.C. Ramirez will be stretched out as a starter during spring training, according to manager Joe Maddon Thursday, Feb. 27.

    Edwin Encarnacion Feb 27 6:43pm ET

    Updating a previous story, Chicago White Sox 1B Edwin Encarnacion (back) was scratched for precautionary reasons Thursday, Feb. 27, and will be reevaluated in a couple of days.

    Randy Dobnak Feb 27 5:50pm ET

    Minnesota Twins pitcher Randy Dobnak made his second start of the Spring and tossed three innings of one-run ball in a 3-3 tie against the Blue Jays. That's back-to-back strong outings for Dobnak, who struck out four in two innings in his last time out. With the injury to Rich Hill and Michael Pineda's suspension, Dobnak could be making the Twins' decision for them in regards to their vacancy for a number-five starter.

    From RotoBaller

    Jorge Alfaro Feb 27 5:43pm ET

    Miami Marlins C Jorge Alfaro (oblique) was scratched from the starting lineup Thursday, Feb. 27, because of oblique tightness. He is considered day-to-day.

    Max Kepler Feb 27 5:30pm ET

    Minnesota Twins outfielder Max Kepler (back) will make his Spring debut on Friday against the Red Sox. The Twins believe that the soreness in Kepler's back is unrelated to last year's injury, which bodes well for the 27-year-old's fantasy stock heading into the 2020 season. Kepler could score and drive in 90 runs again like he did last year, especially considering the lineup protection he may receive from newcomer Josh Donaldson.

    From RotoBaller

    Will Harris Feb 27 5:30pm ET

    Washington Nationals relief pitcher Will Harris will be reevaluated in 3-4 days after tweaking his abdomen recently. Harris was slated to make his spring debut before the injury popped up. For now, it appears to be a minor issue. Harris will be a relief ace for the Nationals this year, but Sean Doolittle figures to get the bulk of save opportunities. If Doolittle falters, however, Harris could be next in line for saves. This draft season, Harris doesn't have much value except as a very-late round option in deeper leagues, but certainly keep an eye on him on waivers should an opportunity arise--assuming this abdominal issue doesn't become something larger.

    From RotoBaller

    Adeiny Hechavarria Feb 27 5:23pm ET

    Atlanta Braves SS Adeiny Hechavarria (oblique) was scratched from the lineup Thursday, Feb. 27, due to left oblique tightness.

    Reese McGuire Feb 27 4:40pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays catcher Reese McGuire slugged his first long ball of the spring off Twins right-hander Randy Dobnak on Thursday. He has a good chance at cracking the team's Opening Day roster if he can beat out veteran Caleb Joseph for the backup job, and he could even become the starter if Danny Jansen continues to struggle at the dish. McGuire slashed a cool .299/.346/.526 in 105 PA for the Jays last season, but doesn't offer much power for fantasy purposes. The 24-year-old found himself in hot water earlier in camp after exposing himself inside his car while in a parking lot and will appear in court in March to settle the charge. He likely won't contribute much fantasy value outside of AL-only formats this season.

    From RotoBaller

    Kyle Freeland Feb 27 4:33pm ET

    Colorado Rockies LHP Kyle Freeland (back) left the spring training game early Thursday, Feb. 27, because of back spasms.

    Hyun-Jin Ryu Feb 27 4:20pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays starter Hyun-Jin Ryu made his Grapefruit League debut versus the Twins on Thursday, striking out two batters in two frames of work. He allowed a hard-hit double in the first inning that he worked around before serving up a no-doubt homer to Zander Weil in the second for his only blemish on the scorecard. Ryu's 41-pitch tune-up is exciting for the club that signed him to a four-year $80 million contract this offseason, but his landing spot in the AL East was anything but appealing for fantasy purposes. If health holds up for the left-hander, he should still provide decent ratios, but it's a big "if" entering his age-33 season.

    From RotoBaller

    Jorge Alfaro Feb 27 4:20pm ET

    Miami Marlins catcher Jorge Alfaro was scratched from Thursday's Grapefruit League lineup due to left oblique tightness. The Marlins will need to be extremely careful with Alfaro, because if the tightness were to become a strain, Alfaro would be looking at significant missed time. He likely won't see Grapefruit League action for a while as a precaution. Alfaro had some ups and downs last season, but overall showed that he could be a contributor at the catcher position in mixed leagues. His health will be something to keep an eye on leading up to fantasy drafts.

    From RotoBaller

    Jimmy Nelson Feb 27 4:13pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers RHP Jimmy Nelson (groin) suffered a setback during his bullpen session Wednesday, Feb. 26, and will be shut down for the time being.

    Griffin Canning Feb 27 4:03pm ET

    Los Angeles Angels RHP Griffin Canning (elbow) is scheduled to undergo an MRI after dealing with some discomfort in his elbow during a spring training game Wednesday, Feb. 26. Manager Joe Madden said he concerned about the injury.

    Will Harris Feb 27 3:53pm ET

    Washington Nationals RP Will Harris (abdomen) is dealing with an abdomen injury and will be reevaluated in three to four days.

    Edwin Encarnacion Feb 27 3:43pm ET

    Chicago White Sox 1B Edwin Encarnacion (back) was scratched from the starting lineup Thursday, Feb. 27, because of back stiffness.

    Justin Verlander Feb 27 3:40pm ET

    Houston Astros starter Justin Verlander (groin) threw a simulated game on the day he was scheduled to make his Grapefruit League debut. The session "went as good as I could have hoped" according to Verlander as he simulated two innings worth of work. The injury does not appear to be serious and the veteran opted to use a more controlled environment to build up his pitch count after feeling discomfort earlier in the week. At this point, this all seems to be precautionary in the early stages of spring training. Verlander should be considered one of the top pitchers off the fantasy board come draft time.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Upton Feb 27 3:30pm ET

    Los Angeles Angels outfielder Justin Upton will be looking to bounce back this season after a knee injury sidelined him for most of 2019. By the time the veteran could make it on the field, he played only 63 games and slashed an abysmal .215/.309/.416. But Upton claims he is healthy and, even better, is excited to not have the pressure of protecting Mike Trout in the lineup all by himself. "I'll be the guy nobody's worried about, which is fun," Upton told reporters in reference to the signing of Anthony Rendon in the offseason. Before last season, Upton posted three straight seasons of 30-plus home runs, 80-plus runs batted in and a slugging percentage of .460 or higher. Hitting those totals is no guarantee but could be a fantasy bargain in 2020 if he can stay healthy.

    From RotoBaller

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