Description: Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Sunday that he is expecting Garrett Richards to rejoin the rotation in the middle of April according to the Orange County Register.
Insight: It sounds like the Angels have given up on Richards being available for Opening Day. Richards had surgery on his patella tendon after he suffered a knee injury in August. His recovery has gone well, which is great news for the young arm. He posted a 2.61 ERA with a 1.04 WHIP in 168 2/3 innnings last season.
Description: Seattle shortstop Chris Taylor will have to beat out Brad Miller in spring training if he wants to be the starter.
Insight: Neither figures to be anywhere near the top of the order. Miller batted .221 with 10 HR, 36 RBI and a .653 OPS in 367 at-bats last season, Taylor hit .287 with no homers, nine RBI and a .692 OPS in 136 at-bats. Taylor is thought to be the better fielder.
Description: Mariners shortstops Brad Miller and Chris Taylor will compete for the starting job, according to manager Lloyd McClendon.
Insight: Neither figures to be anywhere near the top of the order. Miller batted .221 with 10 HR, 36 RBI and a .653 OPS in 367 at-bats, Taylor hit .287 with no homers, nine RBI and a .692 OPS in 136 at-bats. Taylor is thought to be the better fielder.
Description: Right-handed reliever Ronald Belisario has a fractured left shoulder, according to Marc Topkins of the Tampa Bay Times.
Insight: The former White Sox reliever doesn't have much fantasy value even when healthy, though he did save eight games last season in Chicago. His 5.56 ERA and 1.45 WHIP in 2014 should gaurantee he isn't on any fantasy rosters in 2015.
Description: Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez took some reps at first base.
Insight: A-Rod is expected to work mostly as a DH, but the ability to play both first and third could add playing time. Whether he can still be a valuable fantasy option is up in the air as he hasn't played since September 2013.
Description: Braves center fielder Melvin Upton will likely begin the season on the disabled list after being diagnosed with sesamoiditis.
Insight: Sesamoiditis is a condition when the bone behind the foot becomes inflamed. Upton will not resume baseball activities until the beginning of April at the earliest, which is unforunate because he is need of a bounce-back year. Eric Young Jr., Eury Perez, and Zoilo Almonte are the candidates to fill in for Upton.
Description: Nationals manager Matt Williams told CSN Washington that Harper will likely hit somewhere in the middle of the lineup.
Insight: Harper mostly hit sixth last season despite his complaints. Harpes is injury prone, having missed 106 games over the last two seasons, but Williams clearly expects Harper to take his game to another level. Fantasy owners would love that.
Description: Reds starter Homer Bailey might miss opening day according to MLB.com.
Insight: Bailey is recovering from flexor tendon surgery and even though he hasn't suffered a setback, he is a little behind the other pitchers in camp. Price is expected to throw a bullpen session in the next few days.
Description: Nationals center fielder Denard Span is cleared for full workouts according to CSN Washington.
Insight: Span had surgery in December to repair a sports hernia, but he is 100 percent recovered. He was a very good fantasy player last season, hitting .302/.355/.416 with 31 stolen bases and 94 runs. Span was particularly good in the second half, hitting .346/.403/.459 after the All-Star break.
Description: Angels center fielder Mike Trout told the Los Angeles Times that he wants to increase his stolen bases and cut down on his strikeouts in 2015.
Insight: This is music to fantasy owners' ears. Trout stole just 16 stolen bases last season after swiping 33 in 2013 and 49 in 2012. He also led the AL with 184 strikeouts last season. Fantasy owners would love to see another 30-steal season, but regardless, it's hard to argue Trout isn't the first overall pick off draft boards this spring.
Description: Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is flying to St. Louis to have his abdominal pain checked out, according to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch report.
Insight: Barring bad news Wainwright is expected to be ready for Opening Day. He went 20-9 last season with a career-best 2.38 ERA and 1.03 WHIP. He has averaged 226 1/3 IP and 18.4 wins over the past five seasons so he's been an innings-eater as well as an elite starter.
Description: Giants center fielder Angel Pagan (back surgery last September) says he's without restrictions and feels good, according to beat writer Alex Pavlovic.
Insight: OK, everyone feels good the first day of spring training. Pagan hasn't played more than 96 games in each of the last two seasons. He may also lose his spot at the top of the lineup to Norichika Aoki, so drafting Pagan comes with multiple red flags.
Description: Tigers DH Victor Martinez (surgery on torn left meniscus) is expected in training camp next week, according to manager Brad Ausmus.
Insight: That's good news for fantasy owners and the Detroit offense. If get gets in camp at the beginning of March he could still see enough at-bats to be ready for Opening Day. Martinez had a great season in 2014 (.335, 32 HR, 103 RBI, 87 runs, .974 OPS) and much is expected of him this season.
Description: Shortstop Everth Cabrera is expected to sign a one-year deal with Baltimore on Tuesday.
Insight: Cabrera would vie for the second base job with Jonathan Schoop. If Cabrera gets significant time, he could be one of the best base-stealing second basemen for fantasy owners in 2015, but he's too one-dimensional for most fantasy lineups.
Description: Cubs super prospect Kris Bryant, who was named the 2014 Minor league Player of the Year by Baseball America, will be asked to work in the outfield as well as his natural third base spot this spring, according to Bruce Levine of CBS Chicago.
Insight: The 23-year-old Bryant blasted 43 home runs, 78 extra-base hits, 110 RBI while batting a combined .325 at Double-A Tennessee and Triple-A Iowa. He even stole 15 bases. He won't start the season with the Cubs, but should be up in late April or early May and should be selected in your preseason draft.
Description: Yankees 3B Alex Rodriguez reported to training camp Monday.
Insight: The circus is officially in town. It remains to be seen what the slugger still has in the tank. His last official at-bat was Sept 25, 2013. Over his last three seasons, he hit .269 with a total of 41 homers and a .796 OPS. Fantasy owners should watch closely, but do not touch.
Description: Royals outfielder Alex Gordon (right wrist surgery) has been cleared to threw and take 15 swings Tuesday.
Insight: Gordon underwent extensor retinaculum repair in january He's a four-time Gold Glove winner who batted .266 with 19 HR, -74 RBI, 87 runs and stole 12 bases. He's capable of more and this wrist injury, which may have happened back in July, could have been the culprit. He could be ready for Opening Day.
Description: Dodgers starter Zack Greinke had a "precautionry" injection in the elbow on Thursday, according to Dodgers beat reporter Ken Gurnick.
Insight: It's supposed to help prevent "dead arm," but any time a pitcher is getting injections in the elbow or shoulder fantasy owners will have to pay attention. It's not a time to change his draft status, but fantasy owners planning on drafting him should follow this closely.
Description: Angels general manager Jerry Dipoto told the Los Angeles Times on Friday that left fielder Josh Hamilton could miss up to 12 weeks with his shoulder injury.
Insight: Hamilton's original timetable was six-to-eight weeks, so that's quite a difference. The weird thing is Hamilton hasn't suffered a setback; Dipoto has simply just changed the prognosis. This situation just indicates that the Angels really have no idea when Hamilton will be back, and he may not return until May.
Description: Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario signed a one-year deal yesterday after losing his arbitration case.
Insight: Rosario picked the wrong time to go before the three-man panel. He had his worst season with the bat and there are also questions about his catching. Rosario could end up playing some first base if he can find the batting stroke that saw him hit 28 HR in 2012 and 21 in 2013. He'll be a high-risk catcher as he could end up losing the full-time gig or even be traded.
Description: First baseman Eric Hosmer and the Royals agreed to a two-year, $13.9 million contract according to MLB.com.
Insight: The two sides avoided arbitration with this deal. Hosmer underachieved in the 2014 regular season, hitting .270 with nine home runs and 58 RBI in 503 at-bats, but he played very well in the playoffs. Hopefully, he can carry that streak into 2015.
Description: New York closer Bobby Parnell, returning from Tommy John surgery last April, likely won't be ready for Opening Day.
Insight: Adam Rubin of ESPN New York was told by a source that he'd likely miss 2-3 weeks of the season. Parnell amassed 22 saves in 2013, but will have to beat out Jenrry Mejia if he wants the closer's role in 2015.
Description: Tigers starter Justin Verlander threw 60 pitches in a bullpen session, according to beat writer Anthony Fenech.
Insight: Verlander appears to be ahead of schedule after offseason core muscle repair surgery. it's good news, but we still don't like our chances of seeing the "old" Verlander ever again. Last season he was 15-12 with a 4.54 ERA and 1.398 WHIP.
Description: Tigers reliever Joel Hanrahan still has soreness in his right arm, reports Tigers beat writer Anthony Fenech.
Insight: Hanrahan, is two years removed from Tommy John surgery, but has yet to prove he can pitch again, much less be the closer he once was. He totaled 76 saves for the Pirates from 2011-12, but has pitched just 7 1/3 innings since the 2012 season.
Description: Tigers center fielder Rajai Davis says he's completely recovered from a groin injury suffered late last season that hurt his play in October, says Tigers beat writer Anthony Fenech.
Insight: Davis is primarily a one-trick pony for fantasy owners. He's a base stealer, so if his legs aren't right then he's of little value to fantasy owners. He stole 36 bases in 2014 and 45 in 2013. He can be useful as a fill-in, but a low OPS and no power hurts his value.
Description: Angels starter Garrett Richards (knee) threw a short bullpen session on Monday - about 20 pitches, according to the Orange County Register.
Insight: This is great news as he progresses from a torn patellar tendon in his left knee suffered late August after a breakout season - 13-4, 2.61 ERA, 1.038 WHIP, 164 Ks in 168 2/3 IP. He probably won't be ready for Opening Day, but a late April or early May goal is a reasonable expectation.
Description: Veteran lefthander Barry Zito has signed a minor league deal with the Oakland A's, the team he started with back in 2000.
Insight: Zito won 15 games with the Giants as recently as 2012, but hasn't been a fantasy-worthy starter since leaving Oakland in 2006. His best season for fantasy owners was 2002 when he went 23-5 with a 2.75 ERA, 1.134 WHIP, 205 Ks and won the AL Cy Young award. The soon-to-be 37-year-old can be ignored.
Description: DH Jason Giambi has released a statement announcing his retirement.
Insight: Giambi played 20 years, but hadn't been fantasy worthy for the last six years. He was a fantasy stud from 1999 through 2008 for Oakland and the Yankees. He'll finish his career with a .277 batting average, 440 homers, 1,441 RBI and a .916 OPS.
Description: Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels has been on the trading block for a while now, but it appears that four teams have made offers, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe.
Insight: None have been accepted at this point, which means the bidding war starts now. Hamels was 9-9 last season, starting 30 games with a 2.46 ERA, 1.148 WHIP and 196 Ks. He's likely to end up on a playoff contender and his fantasy value should skyrocket with a better chance to win games and playing in a more pitcher-friendly ballpark.
Description: It may be Friday the 13th, but there is good news for Angels starter Garrett Richards (knee) as he's been cleared to start bullpen sessions on Monday, according to Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register.
Insight: He tore the patellar tendon in his left knee in late August after a breakout season - 13-4, 2.61 ERA, 1.038 WHIP, 164 Ks in 168 2/3 IP. He probably won't be ready for Opening Day, but a late April or early May goal is a reasonable expectation.
Description: The Reds and closer Aroldis Chapman agreed to a one-year deal that will have him throwing his triple-digit fastballs in the ninth inning for them again this season.
Insight: Chapman was once again one of the best closers in baseball and his strikeouts per nine innings was the highest of his career (17.7). Despite missing time early in the season he finished with 36 saves, a 2.00 ERA and 0.833 WHIP.
Description: Former Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks has apparently agreed to a deal with Seattle, according to Jim Bowden.
Insight: Weeks is expected to play outfield as well as second base, something he balked at for Milwaukee. he hit .274 with eight homers, 29 RBI and an .809 OPS in 252 at-bats last season. He's hit as many as 29 HR in a season and could be a fill-in fantasy option.
Description: Pirates starter Vance Worley won his arbitration case and will make $2.45 million next season.
Insight: Worley was 8-4 with a 2.85 ERA and 1.211 WHIP in 110 2/3 innings last season. Though his won-loss record and ERA were solid, he's never had a great WHIP and is not a strikeout pitcher (342 in 437 career innings) which limits his fantasy value.
Description: James Shields has signed a four-year, $75 million contract with a club option for 2019 with the San Diego Padres.
Insight: If he was looking for the perfect landing spot for his fantasy owners he couldn't have found a better one. His ERA and WHIP should drop in his new home park, pitcher-friendly Petco Park, and facing opposing pitchers should help too.
Description: Oakland setup man,Tyler Clippard, signed to a one-year contract to avoid arbitration.
Insight: Clippard could rack up a few saves until Doolittle (shoulder) can return, probably in late April or early May. He had 32 saves in a closing role back in 2012 for the Nationals. Even as a setup man he'll have some fantasy value with a great WHIP and a career of more strikeouts than innings pitched (209 vs. 179).
Description: Rockies catcher Wilin Rosario has been practicing at first base and this offseason, according to Rockies beat writer Patrick Saunders.
Insight: Rosario could end up being eligible at multiple positions in 2015, so IF he regains his home run stroke could be a valuable fantasy asset. He hit 28 homers in 2012 and 21 in 2013, but slipped to just 13 last season.
Description: CC Sabathia (right knee surgery) says his rehab is going well and hopes to make at least 30 starts this season, according to a Bryan Hoch report for mlb.com
Insight: I'm more concerned with the drop in velocity over the past seasons. The left-hander has recorded just a 17-17 record, a 4.87 ERA and a 1.389 WHIP in the last two seasons and I recommend all fantasy owners take a wait-and-see attitude.
Description: Tigers DH Victor Martinez tore up his left medial meniscus in a workout last week and will have Dr. James Andrews do the surgery to repair it next week.
Insight: It's horrible timing, but the good news is that the DH position doesn't require too much from the knee. Make him questionable for opening day. Martinez hit .335/.409/.565 with 32 home runs and 103 RBI in 2014.
Description: Cubs infielder Logan Watkins tore his Achilles working out at the Cubs' Arizona complex on Wednesday and will likely miss the entire 2015 season.
Insight: Watkins spent most of the year at Triple-A Iowa, but did see 65 at-bats in 31 games for the big club. This news won't change any fantasy rosters, but it does show how quickly things can change.
Description: Former Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen has signed a deal to pitch for Washington.
Insight: It won't be as a closer, so his value will certainly be limited, barring injury to Drew Storen. Janssen posted a 3-3 record with 25 saves, a 3.94 ERA and 1.182 WHIP last season in Toronto. Expect him to pitch middle relief.
Description: Giants first baseman Brandon Belt agreed to a one-year deal to stay in San Francisco.
Insight: Belt only played in 61 games last season, but was on his way to a personal best home run total before a concussion derailed his year. He hit 12 homers in 214 at-bats after hitting a career-high 17 in 509 at-bats in 2013. He could be a nice sleeper in 2015.
Description: Right-hander Chad Billingsley has signed a one-year deal with Philadelphia.
Insight: Billingsley (torn flexor tendon) has made just two starts in two years. Given the team he'll be playing with, it's hard to expect him to amass a high win total and his WHIP and ERA don't figure to be elite in the Phillies' hitter-friendly ballpark. It would probably be best to stay away.
Description: The Marlins signed outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a one-year deal.
Insight: Suzuki hit .284/.324/.340 with a home run and 15 steals last season in the Bronx. He is 156 hits away from 3,000 major league hits although he already has 4,000 counting his numbers from Japan. At 41 years old, Ichiro is really just a flier in standard leagues.
Description: Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said the team wasn't looking for another big piece to replace Yovani Gallardo in the rotation, according to beat writer Andrew Grumen.
Insight: That's good news for Brewers 25-year-old right-hander Jimmy Nelson, who figures to be the No. 5 starter. Nelson was just 2-9 with a 4.93 ERA last season with the big club, but posted great minor league numbers and should get another look.
Description: Newly acquired setup man,Tyler Clippard, could be the A's early season closer as Sean Doolittle is dealing with a slight tear in his rotator cuff, as well as inflammation and irritation in his throwing shoulder.
Insight: Clippard could rack up a few saves until Doolittle can return. He has 32 saves in a clsing role back in 2012 for the Nationals.
Description: Colorado left fielder Carlos Gonzalez (patella tendon surgery) has gotten the go-ahead to begin straight-line running, according to the Rockies' site.
Insight: Gonzalez has been taking batting practice for about a month. Cargo doesn't appear to be as far along as teammate Troy Tulowitzki, but should be ready for Opening Day. He has never played more than 145 games in a season, so fantasy owners must take that into account when selecting him.
Description: Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (hip) has started fielding practice this week, according to the team's site.
Insight: Tulowitzki was already taking hitting sessions. He's played 143 games or less in each of the last five seasons. In 91 games last year, the fantasy stud batted .340 with 21 homers, 52 RBI, 71 runs and a 1.035 OPS. He just has to stay healthy.
Description: Mariners trainer Rick Griffin told the Seattle Times that Jesus Montero has his weight down to 235 pounds which is his recommended weight.
Insight: The Tacoma News Tribune reported Montero played at 275 pounds towards the end of last season. Perhaps he was motivated to lose some weight after a scout sent Montero an ice cream cone in the dugout of a Triple-A game last summer. Montero threw the ice cream back at the scout, and the team suspended him for the final weeks of the season. He is talented, but Montero is still not fantasy relevant.
Description: The Blue Jays are considering signing shortstop Everth Cabrera according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
Insight: Cabrera's career has suffered from off-the-field issues the last few years. He should come very cheap, and Toronto would presumably play him at second base. If Cabrera gets significant time, he will be one of the best base-stealing second basemen for fantasy owners in 2015.
Description: Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth told the Washington Post that his goal is to be ready for the start of the 2015 season.
Insight: Werth received surgery to repair the AC joint in his right shoulder in January. Rehab for this type of injury typically takes two to three months, so that puts him on par with a possible opening day return. Werth went on to say he will not jeopardize further injury to play on opening day, but that is still his goal.
Description: Reds manager Bryan Price said first baseman Joey Votto's health is looking "very, very good" according to MLBlogs.
Insight: That's reassuring for a first baseman who missed 100 games last season due to a distal quad strain. Votto should be healthy at the start of the season and has a .310/.417/.533 career slash line.
Description: Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright, who had his ligament "trimmed" in his right elbow last October, was playing catch, according to a St.Louis Dispatch report.
Insight: Wainwright will likely be lightly tested in the preseason, but is expected to be ready for Opening Day. He went 20-9 last season with a career-best 2.38 ERA and 1.03 WHIP. He has averaged 226 1/3 IP and 18.4 wins over the past five seasons so he's been an innings-eater as well as an elite starter.
Description: The Pirates have signed shortstop Jung-ho Kang to a four-year deal.
Insight: Kang should be given a chance to beat out Jordy Mercer, who did little to help fantasy owners (.255, 12 HR, 55 RBI, 56 RBI, 4 SB). Kang batted .356 with 40 home runs and 117 RBI in 117 games last season for the Nexen Heroes of the Korean Baseball Organization.
Description: Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia (September season-ending wrist surgery) has been cleared for all baseball activities, according to manager John Farrell.
Insight: Pedroia hit.278 with seven home runs, 72 runs scored and 53 RBI last season. Those numbers were a significant drop from previous years, but if he's healthy he's still a top-10 fantasy second baseman.
Description: Orioles third baseman Manny Machado (August knee surgery) appears ready for training camp.
Insight: Machado took part in minicamp and has been cleared for most baseball activities. He batted .278 with 12 HR and 32 RBI in 82 games last season. He has huge upside if he can get, and stay, healthy.
Description: According to Anthony Fenech of the free press, Miguel Cabrera isn't likely to be ready for the start of spring training.
Insight: We don't care as long as he's ready to go on Opening Day. Cabera had surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle in October. This note speaks more to the fact that even though he's only 31, he's played 1,819 games in his career and in the last 10 seasons he's played 157 or more games eight times. That wear and tear could take its toll.
Description: Tampa Bay signed second baseman Asdrubal Cabrera to a one-year deal.
Insight: Cabrera doesn't have a spot to play, at least until the rumored deal of Ben Zobrist. he batted .241 last season with 14 HR 61 RBI and 10 steals for Cleveland and then the Washington Nationals.
Description: Angels starter Garrett Richards (knee) will start running on a de-weighted treadmill on Monday.
Insight: He suffered the unfortunate injury in late August, when he tore his patellar tendon in his left knee. Look for Richards to be ready to pitch sometime in May. He is still just 26-years-old, and could make for a steal on draft day.
Description: The Yankees resigned shortstop Stephen Drew to a one-year, $5 million contract according to CBS Sports' Jon Heyman.
Insight: Including incentives, the deal is worth between $6-7 million. Drew only hit .150/.219/.271 last season, but he gives the Yankees depth at middle infield. He shouldn't really be fantasy relevant.
Description: Catcher Nick Hundley has signed a two-year deal with Colorado.
Insight: One might think this signing has little fantasy value, but the Rockies seem ready to get rid of Wilin Rosario which would leave the catching job to Hundley and Michael McKenry. If Hundley gets to start in the light Colorado air, he could be a useful platoon. It's certainly worth watching.
Description: Royals outfielder Alex Gordon had right wrist surgery, but is expected to be ready for the regular season, according to Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star.
Insight: Gordon underwent extensor retinaculum repair. He's a four-time Gold Glove winner who batted .266 with 19 HR, -74 RBI, 87 runs and stole 12 bases. He's capable of more and this wrist injury, which may have happened back in July, could be the culprit.
Description: Padres starter Josh Johnson signed a one-year deal with the club, according to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports.
Insight: Johnson is rehabbing from a second Tommy John surgery and isn't likely to be ready until around June. He hasn't pitched since 2013 and he's a longshot, to say the least, to have any fantasy value in 2015.
Description: Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro had back surgery on Sunday to fuse the L2 and L3 vertebrae, according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Insight: Scutaro's recovery time is estimated at 4-6 months and at 39-years-old is likely a career-killer. He played just five games last season and should not be on fantasy radar screens for the upcoming season.
Description: Newly-acquired starter Nathan Eovaldi will not be a great option during 2015.
Insight: He was the main piece of the deal the Yankees got in return for Martin Prado. However, after a record of 6-14 and a 4.37 ERA last season, there is little reason to believe Eovaldi will improve by pitching in the AL East.
Description: Starter Edinson Volquez has agreed to a two-year, $20 million contract with the Kansas City Royals according to CBS Sports reporter Jon Heyman.
Insight: Volquez had a great bounce back year with a 3.04 ERA, 1.23 WHIP and nearly twice as many strikeouts as walks over 192 2/3 innings in 2014 with the Pirates. Volquez, however, was one of the worst pitchers in the league in 2013, and Pittsburgh has become a pitcher's heaven, where down-and-out pitchers revitalize their careers. Francisco Liriano and A.J. Burnett were the first to do that with the Pirates and now Volquez. Now let's see if Volquez can be better than Burnett was after he left Pittsburgh.
Description: Outfielder/first baseman Michael Morse has signed a deal to play with Miami, according to mlb.com.
Insight: Morse is expected to play first base, though he can also handle the outfield if needed. He could bat cleanup and be protection for Giancarlo Stanton which would offer him plenty of opportunities to drive in runs. On the other hand, Marlins Park is a hard place to go deep.
Description: Outfielder Melky Cabrera has agreed to a three-year deal with the Chicago White Sox, pending a physical.
Insight: Cabrera batted .301/.351/.458 with 16 home runs and 73 RBI in 139 games this season. The White Sox are putting together an excellent offseason, having already added starter Jeff Samardzija, closer David Robertson and Adam LaRoche.
Description: Detroit has traded shortstop Eugenio Suarez to Cincinnati.
Insight: Suarez will have to beat out incumbent Zack Cozart, but we feel that's likely to happen and Cozart's numbers have tumbled since his rookie season. Suarez batted .242 with a .652 OPS in 244 big league at-bats.
Description: Cincinnati's All-Star pitcher Alfredo Simon has been traded to Detroit.
Insight: Simon struggled down the stretch, but finished 15-10 with a 3.44 ERA and 1.21 WHIP. Id the "first-half guy" shows up (12-3, 2.70 ERA) its a good deal, but if the post-break guy is in a Tigers uniform he won't be fantasy worthy.