Clay Link is the MLB Editor at RotoWire. An unapologetic fan of the Cincinnati Reds, professional wrestling, and classic hip hop music, he can be heard Fridays and Saturdays on RotoWire Fantasy Sports Today on SiriusXM Radio. He also co-hosts the Prospect Podcast every Thursday.
Nolan Arenado (finger) is set to make his long-awaited return to the Rockies on Thursday. Meanwhile, those scrambling to replace the likes of Evan Gattis (back) and Carlos Ruiz (concussion) should give some consideration to the Orioles' Caleb Joseph.
Clay Link (@ClayWLink) & Adam Wolf (@WolfmanTweets) discuss the latest ailment that has sidelined Doug Fister, Mike Olt's place on the Cubs' Opening Day roster, closers that have struggled this spring, and more!
Clay Link (@ClayWLink) & Derek VanRiper (@DerekVanRiper) look back at the Steak League auction, discuss the Pirates' long-term extension with Starling Marte, and attempt to get a read on the health of Brewers shortstop Jean Segura.
Derek VanRiper (@DerekVanRiper), Adam Wolf (@WolfmanTweets) & Clay Link (@ClayWLink) discuss a heavy supply of weekend injuries, consider last season's breakout players and their chances of repeating, and debate the merits of Guinness v. whiskey
Derek VanRiper (@DerekVanRiper) and Clay Link (@ClayWLink) consider the rotisserie value of Benjamin Franklin Rodriguez, recap Friday's injury news, and discuss several young prospects on the brink of making an impact in 2014.
Derek VanRiper (@DerekVanRiper), Clay Link (@ClayWLink), and Adam Wolf (@WolfmanTweets) discuss several injury updates, unsettled closer situations around the league, and how to kill time at the airport.
Oscar Taveras gets on the field for his first game of the spring, Doug Fister has an MRI, and the Rangers still don't know who is going to close this season. Check out the first episode of the new RotoWire Fantasy Baseball Podcast!
The Braves ran away with the NL East crown in 2013, but a free-swinging offense led to an early exit in the postseason. Can the same power-hitting mentality take them back to the playoffs again in 2014?
After two disappointing seasons, Philip Rivers found renewed success in 2013. Might the Chargers look to add further offensive playmakers in the draft to ensure he remains among the top fantasy passers?