Luis Severino Fantasy Baseball News

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    Yankees’ Luis Severino: First healthy spring since 2018

    New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Luis Severino threw two innings of live batting practice Tuesday and is probably the “most ready” pitcher in big-league camp for the upcoming season, Bryan Hoch of reports.Boone’s comments are certainly eyebrow-raising, given that Severino hasn’t been completely healthy for a spring training since 2018 and has made just seven combined regular-season appearances at the big-league level across the past three year due to lat and shoulder injuries in addition to his February 2020 Tommy John surgery. While Severino looks like he’ll be part of the Opening Day rotation, the Yankees could still look to monitor his workloads carefully to some degree in 2022, given his light innings counts in recent years. That being said, if Severino is anywhere close to the pitcher he was during his

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    Fantasy Football Rankings 2021: Busts from proven model that called Smith-Schuster’s disappointing season

    Since a rookie season in which he led the NFL with 2,028 scrimmage yards and scored 15 touchdowns, Saquon Barkley hasn’t lived up to the expectations of owners who spent a first-round pick on the Giants running back. Barkley missed three games and tallied just 1,441 scrimmage yards and eight scores in 2019, and then missed 14 games because of a torn ACL last year. Now that Barkley’s healthy again, should you consider spending another early pick on a potential RB1, or will Barkley be among 2021 Fantasy football busts?

    Meanwhile, Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is also returning from an injury-plagued season in which a shoulder injury and glute strain cost him 13 games. Can owners who were burned by McCaffrey’s injuries last season afford to put him atop their 2021 Fantasy football rankings? Before you go on the clock for your Fantasy football 2021 drafts, be sure

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    Scott Oberg Fantasy Baseball News

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    Rockies’ Scott Oberg: Tosses scoreless inning

    Scott Oberg allowed one hit and no walks while striking out one over one scoreless inning in Friday’s spring loss to the Giants.Oberg was sharp during his spring debut after undergoing offseason surgery, and he only allowed a two-out single while pitching in relief during the fifth inning. The right-hander is expected to make eight appearances this spring, and he’ll be evaluated after each outing to make sure he doesn’t experience any setbacks. If he remains healthy, Oberg should begin the season on the major-league roster, although Daniel Bard has been named the Colorado Rockies’ closer to begin the year.

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    Rockies’ Scott Oberg: Scheduled to debut Friday

    Scott Oberg (arm) is scheduled to make his spring debut against the Giants on Friday, Thomas Harding of reports.Oberg has been brought

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