Royals have the best record in MLB after winning 5-0 on strength of two Kendrys Morales home runs (plus great pitching from Chris Young and the bullpen). PLUS: Key highlights from other games around the league.
A total of 11 games, including six evening affairs, around Major League Baseball. Check back for updates on all of it.
A very thin Thursday night schedule leaves Heath Cummings uninspired. He pieces his lineup together around one of the few good pitching options -- Chris Archer.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers dives into batted-ball data to look for some of the season's most interesting early trends.
Five everyday players have yet to log an extra-base hit this season. Chris Towers takes a closer look at them at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
George Springer hasn't done much yet, and that makes him a cheaper buy. Heath Cummings gets the Astros phenom in his tournament plays for Wednesday.
Kendall Graveman wasn't so great last time, but at $5,500, Heath Cummings is rolling with the righty Tuesday along with a stars-and-scrubs lineup.
Coming off some big swings and misses but some hits, Heath Cummings builds his Tuesday lineup around Matt Harvey, Carlos Carrasco and stacks of Blue Jays hitters.
Stars and scrubs looks like the lineup formula to start Week 2. And paying attention to trends now could well help you later.
Here are three things we like and three things we dislike about the Baltimore Orioles heading into the 2015 season.

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