Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is back on the active roster after missing 36 games with a hamstring strain.
Which gems should you target off your waiver wires heading into the weekend? Our Nando Di Fino helps you make the most of your waiver claims.
John Buck and Evan Gattis are two popular additions to many Fantasy rosters. Our Scott White explains why you should go after one and not the other in his latest Reality Check.
The Phillies' Roy Halladay pitched eight efficient innings against a makeshift Marlins lineup, and a scout who had been worried about him saw real improvement.
What's different about John Buck's hot streak this time around? Is Jed Lowrie finally for real? Our Nando Di Fino shares his take on the latest flavors of the week off your waiver wires.
Marlins first baseman Casey Kotchman has a strained left hamstring and will be placed on the disabled list Friday, manager Mike Redmond told reporters Thursday.
Is it too early to jump on the flavors of the week at this early stage of the season? Our Scott White encourages owners to take a shot on some opening-week studs, but also preaches some restraint.
It appears that at least for now, Casey Kotchman looks like the favorite to bat cleanup while Placido Polanco is another candidate. As a scout said, why would Giancarlo Stanton see even one fastball?
If you are in a really deep or league-specific format, drafting that veteran non-roster invitee might make a legitimate impact on your Fantasy season. Our Nando Di Fino shares some of his favorites.
Rays reliever Joel Peralta -- who tweaked his neck last week while getting sandwiches -- has company in the odd injury department: Casey Kotchman of the Marlins and Sean Burnett of the Angels.

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