Red Sox's Brandon Workman: Avoids arbitration
This was the second year Workman was an arbitration-eligible player, and he received a raise of $200,000. He returned from a lengthy Tommy John surgery in 2017, posting a 3.18 ERA and 1.21 WHIP over 39.2 innings of relief work. It's unlikely that Workman will provide any sort of major fantasy impact, and appears destined to be a middle-relief option moving forward for Boston.
Fantasy Baseball Today Newsletter
You're destined to gain an edge over your friends with advice from the award-winning FBT crew.
Thanks for signing up!
Keep an eye on your inbox for the latest sports news.
There was an error processing your subscription.
Denard Span should hit the ground running with his new team while Brandon Nimmo gets to enjoy...
Alex Reyes is nearing his 2018 debut and it’s time to discuss his value. Plus we’ll catch you...
Week 10 (May 28-June 3) offers so many two-start options that you probably won't need to resort...
Heath Cummings looks at Danny Duffy's rebound performance and a couple of outfielders who just...
The recent promotion of Juan Soto has Scott White thinking big with top five prospects to stash....
Heath Cummings tells you about six pitchers due for regression.