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NHL Plays: February 11

NHL Plays: February 11
Michael Finewax gives you his DRAFT.com picks as well as some DFS selections on a light Monday schedule
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Yoenis Cespedes (heel) said Friday that he firmly believes he'll return to the field during the 2019 season.

The oft-injured outfielder is set to begin baseball activities next week, but the Mets are obviously going to take things cautiously at every step. Cespedes underwent dual heel surgeries in August and October, in an effort to correct the cause of the heel, hip, hamstring and quad injuries that have plagued him. Fantasy owners in redraft leagues are still probably better off passing.
Source: MLB.com
Feb 15 - 11:38 PM

Royals' general manager Dayton Moore said Friday that Drew Storen (elbow) will not have any limitations during spring training.

Storen is fully recovered after undergoing Tommy John surgery 14 months ago. Moore fully expects him to compete for a role in the Royals' Opening Day bullpen. It's not out of the realm of possibility that he could work his way into a high-leverage role in the bullpen with a strong showing in the spring. Only Wily Peralta and Brad Boxberger could stand between him and save chances.
Feb 15 - 8:53 PM

Blue Jays' manager Charlie Montoyo came away impressed after watching Aaron Sanchez's first bullpen session of the spring on Friday.

"I can't stop smiling, just because of that," Montoyo told reporters, "I told him after he finished with his bullpen, I saw the guy that he was two years ago. He looked really good." The Blue Jays' skipper also praised the velocity and movement on Sanchez's pitches in the session. It's certainly encouraging news, but Sanchez is still coming off of a brutal 2018 where he posted a 4.89 ERA and 1.56 WHIP across 105 innings in an injury-plagued season.
Source: MLB.com
Feb 15 - 8:36 PM

Mets signed RHP Zack Jones to a minor league contract.

The 28-year-old hurler spent the majority of his seven seasons in the minor leagues with the Twins' organization and missed the entire 2017 campaign after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum. Jones registered a 2.49 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 39/25 K/BB ratio across 25 1/3 innings at Double-A St. Paul in 2018. He'll add minor league bullpen depth for the Mets.
Feb 15 - 7:45 PM

Nationals' manager Dave Martinez indicated Friday that Joe Ross will start the spring behind Jeremy Hellickson in the race for the fifth spot in the team's starting rotation.

Martinez also indicated that he would prefer if Ross and Eric Fedde, began the season in the starting rotation at Triple-A, but wouldn't rule out carrying one or both of them in a long relief role. Ross, 25, made just three starts for the Nationals in 2018 after recovering from Tommy John surgery. He'll be a tough carry in redraft leagues if he's starting the season in the minors.
Feb 15 - 7:27 PM

Ryder Jones (knee) took batting practice on Friday, the first time he has done so since undergoing knee surgery in September.

Jones has made quick strides in recovery from September's surgery to cleanup tendinitis in his left knee. While he may miss the first week or so of Cactus League action, he'll still have plenty of time to state his case for inclusion on the club's Opening Day roster.
Feb 15 - 7:20 PM
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