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3B A. Cabrera NYM $3,100 SALARY 13.3x VALUE 41.2 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $2,500 SALARY 12.8x VALUE 31.9 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $4,200 SALARY 9.7x VALUE 40.8 FP
2B B. Miller TB $2,700 SALARY 12.9x VALUE 34.7 FP
P O. Despaigne MIA $5,900 SALARY 7.3x VALUE 43.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $4,400 SALARY 8.4x VALUE 37.1 FP
1B J. Gallo TEX $2,700 SALARY 18.6x VALUE 50.1 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $3,400 SALARY 10.4x VALUE 35.2 FP
SS M. Moroff PIT $2,100 SALARY 13.6x VALUE 28.5 FP
      $31,000 TOTAL
SALARY
  342.5 TOTAL
FP
2B/SS A. Cabrera NYM $3,500 SALARY 8.9x VALUE 31.0 FP
SP C. Sabathia NYY $8,300 SALARY 3.2x VALUE 26.4 FP
SP J. Lester CHC $9,200 SALARY 2.9x VALUE 26.9 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $3,300 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 23.0 FP
3B D. Dietrich MIA $3,600 SALARY 7.2x VALUE 26.0 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $4,700 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 29.0 FP
2B B. Miller TB $3,200 SALARY 8.1x VALUE 26.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $5,100 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 28.0 FP
1B/3B J. Gallo TEX $3,600 SALARY 10.0x VALUE 36.0 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $4,900 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 25.0 FP
      $49,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  277.3 TOTAL
FP
SS A. Cabrera NYM $17 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 26.0 FP
P C. Sabathia NYY $37 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 29.1 FP
C R. Rivera CHC $10 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 20.0 FP
1B Y. Alonso SEA $14 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 14.0 FP
OF Y. Puig LAD $19 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 26.0 FP
2B B. Miller TB $12 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 22.0 FP
P O. Despaigne MIA $29 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 25.0 FP
OF M. Betts BOS $21 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 24.0 FP
3B J. Gallo TEX $14 SALARY 2.3x VALUE 32.0 FP
OF K. Schwarber CHC $19 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 22.0 FP
      $192 TOTAL
SALARY
  240.1 TOTAL
FP
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Austin Jackson signs 2-year deal with San Francisco

The San Francisco Giants have signed former Cleveland Indians outfielder Austin Jackson to a 2-year-deal, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network.

What It Means:

Jackson is expected to serve as outfield depth and possibly the primary starting center fielder for the Giants next season. San Francisco is Jackson's sixth team in the last six seasons.

The outfielder batted .318 with 7 homers, 35 RBI, and a .378 wOBA in 318 plate appearances in 2017.

Dejounte Murray listed as a starter on Sunday as Spurs face Pacers

San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray is listed as a starter for Sunday's game versus the Indiana Pacers.

What It Means:

Murray looks to play in place of Tony Parker, who apparently getting a rest on Sunday. This would be Murray's 15th start of the season.

Our models projected Murray for 13.2 FanDuel points in 14.7 minutes but expect a bit more if he does indeed start on Sunday.

Blue Jays acquire Randal Grichuk in trade with Cardinals

The Toronto Blue Jays have acquired outfielder Randal Grichuk from the St. Louis Cardinals.

What It Means:

In exchange for Grichuk, the Cardinals receive right-handed pitchers Dominic Leone and Conner Greene. Leone has bounced around a little, but he's expected to stick in a middle relief role with St. Louis. Greene owns a good fastball, but he's dealt with control issues at the Double-A level. As for Grichuk, he's seen a drop in batting average since first playing full-time in 2015.

In 2017, Grichuk hit .238 with 22 home runs and 59 RBI in 122 games. He's under team control through 2020.

Red Sox offer J.D. Martinez five-year, $100 million deal

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Boston Red Sox have offered free agent outfielder J.D. Martinez a five-year, $100 million contract.

What It Means:

Previous reports said that the Red Sox were holding out for Martinez and that they had offered him a five-year deal. Olney now has the numbers, which are nowhere near the seven-year, $180-210 million deal Martinez and agent Scott Boras are looking for. The 30-year-old could remain on the market into spring training.

Between the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks a year ago, Martinez bombed 45 home runs and drove in 104 RBI in 119 games. His .430 wOBA represented a career-high through 7 seasons.

Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

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Austin Jackson signs 2-year deal with San Francisco

The San Francisco Giants have signed former Cleveland Indians outfielder Austin Jackson to a 2-year-deal, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network.

What It Means:

Jackson is expected to serve as outfield depth and possibly the primary starting center fielder for the Giants next season. San Francisco is Jackson's sixth team in the last six seasons.

The outfielder batted .318 with 7 homers, 35 RBI, and a .378 wOBA in 318 plate appearances in 2017.

Dejounte Murray listed as a starter on Sunday as Spurs face Pacers

San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray is listed as a starter for Sunday's game versus the Indiana Pacers.

What It Means:

Murray looks to play in place of Tony Parker, who apparently getting a rest on Sunday. This would be Murray's 15th start of the season.

Our models projected Murray for 13.2 FanDuel points in 14.7 minutes but expect a bit more if he does indeed start on Sunday.

Blue Jays acquire Randal Grichuk in trade with Cardinals

The Toronto Blue Jays have acquired outfielder Randal Grichuk from the St. Louis Cardinals.

What It Means:

In exchange for Grichuk, the Cardinals receive right-handed pitchers Dominic Leone and Conner Greene. Leone has bounced around a little, but he's expected to stick in a middle relief role with St. Louis. Greene owns a good fastball, but he's dealt with control issues at the Double-A level. As for Grichuk, he's seen a drop in batting average since first playing full-time in 2015.

In 2017, Grichuk hit .238 with 22 home runs and 59 RBI in 122 games. He's under team control through 2020.

Red Sox offer J.D. Martinez five-year, $100 million deal

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Boston Red Sox have offered free agent outfielder J.D. Martinez a five-year, $100 million contract.

What It Means:

Previous reports said that the Red Sox were holding out for Martinez and that they had offered him a five-year deal. Olney now has the numbers, which are nowhere near the seven-year, $180-210 million deal Martinez and agent Scott Boras are looking for. The 30-year-old could remain on the market into spring training.

Between the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks a year ago, Martinez bombed 45 home runs and drove in 104 RBI in 119 games. His .430 wOBA represented a career-high through 7 seasons.

Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

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Austin Jackson signs 2-year deal with San Francisco

The San Francisco Giants have signed former Cleveland Indians outfielder Austin Jackson to a 2-year-deal, per Jon Heyman of MLB Network.

What It Means:

Jackson is expected to serve as outfield depth and possibly the primary starting center fielder for the Giants next season. San Francisco is Jackson's sixth team in the last six seasons.

The outfielder batted .318 with 7 homers, 35 RBI, and a .378 wOBA in 318 plate appearances in 2017.

Dejounte Murray listed as a starter on Sunday as Spurs face Pacers

San Antonio Spurs guard Dejounte Murray is listed as a starter for Sunday's game versus the Indiana Pacers.

What It Means:

Murray looks to play in place of Tony Parker, who apparently getting a rest on Sunday. This would be Murray's 15th start of the season.

Our models projected Murray for 13.2 FanDuel points in 14.7 minutes but expect a bit more if he does indeed start on Sunday.

Blue Jays acquire Randal Grichuk in trade with Cardinals

The Toronto Blue Jays have acquired outfielder Randal Grichuk from the St. Louis Cardinals.

What It Means:

In exchange for Grichuk, the Cardinals receive right-handed pitchers Dominic Leone and Conner Greene. Leone has bounced around a little, but he's expected to stick in a middle relief role with St. Louis. Greene owns a good fastball, but he's dealt with control issues at the Double-A level. As for Grichuk, he's seen a drop in batting average since first playing full-time in 2015.

In 2017, Grichuk hit .238 with 22 home runs and 59 RBI in 122 games. He's under team control through 2020.

Red Sox offer J.D. Martinez five-year, $100 million deal

According to ESPN's Buster Olney, the Boston Red Sox have offered free agent outfielder J.D. Martinez a five-year, $100 million contract.

What It Means:

Previous reports said that the Red Sox were holding out for Martinez and that they had offered him a five-year deal. Olney now has the numbers, which are nowhere near the seven-year, $180-210 million deal Martinez and agent Scott Boras are looking for. The 30-year-old could remain on the market into spring training.

Between the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks a year ago, Martinez bombed 45 home runs and drove in 104 RBI in 119 games. His .430 wOBA represented a career-high through 7 seasons.

Christian Yelich's relationship with Marlins 'irrevocably broken'

The agent for Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich said that his client's relationship with the team is "irrevocably broken."

What It Means:

Yelich's agent, Joe Longo, added that his client "needs to get on with his career." He also cited a culture change with Miami while pushing the 26-year-old's trade request to a trade demand. So far, Miami's asking price has been too high for teams like the Washington Nationals, Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers, among others.

In his last two seasons, Yelich has played 155 and 156 games while hitting at least 18 home runs and tallying 81 or more RBIs in each. He's under team control until 2023.

Source: ESPN

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