The Philadelphia Phillies did, IN FACT, call up Domonic Brown, after they re-evaluated the situation. It still may not prove to be a beneficial move for fantasy baseball players for a while.
The Philadelphia Phillies certainly seem to have plenty of reasons to call on their top hitting prospect, but if they can afford to wait, they will.
Lance Berkman's renaissance has resulted in big fantasy baseball margins, and he may keep delivering. But why would you want to find out?
There haven't been many positive signs for Jorge Posada, but the New York Yankees probably won't give up on him just yet. Maybe fantasy baseball players shouldn't either, even if they have to lower their standards.
Travis Snider, Desmond Jennings and Brandon Belt are all on one fantasy baseball team - and it's not a keeper league. Is it too risky to hold?
Brian Wilson was one of the first relievers off the board in fantasy baseball drafts, and rightfully so, it'd seem. Like others before him in similar circumstances, he might be just a little off for a while.
Fantasy baseball players aren't going to warm to the idea of picking up Houston Astros catcher J.R. Towles right away, but maybe he's ready to convince them
The Brew Crew's closer may get back on course, but it's not the first time he's lost his way, and he and his manager don't seem to have a map
It sounds crazy, but Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Charlie Morton's overhauled delivery - like his ERA, early on - looks a lot like Roy Halladay's
Kyle Farnsworth isn't the Tampa Bay Rays' closer because of one out, but it's the kind of situation that may make him nearly as good as one for fantasy baseball players
The Chicago White Sox's bullpen looks like it's falling apart, thanks to Matt Thornton and Chris Sale, but Ozzie Guillen has an option he may end up trusting more than roto players do
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim manager Mike Scioscia made a popular move - Fernando Rodney out, Jordan Walden in - but without popular understanding and acceptance of his method
The Oakland Athletics could get big things from a full-circle Rich Harden, and the Houston Astros' next ninth-inning man may be working two or three frames earlier right now
Matt Holliday will probably be in great shape before we know it, but are a couple of games at the end of his recovery period worth the hassle in the meantime?
The Atlanta Braves had the perfect opportunity to demonstrate that Craig Kimbrel could play nicely with Jonny Venters, and they blew it ... or did they?