Wed, 23 Jul 2014 07:33:42 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar allowed a run on six hits and struck out six in five innings to beat the Minnesota Twins Tuesday, July 22.
Fantasy Tip: Salazar was very hittable in his recent stint at Triple-A, but he logged 67 strikeouts in 53 2/3 innings. It appears you're going to have to put up with high ratios to feast on his strikeouts.
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 13:38:52 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar was recalled from Triple-A Columbus Tuesday, July 22, to pitch against the Minnesota Twins. In a corresponding move, RP C.C. Lee was optioned to Columbus.
Fantasy Tip: Salazar's ability to miss bats makes him an intriguing addition in the majority of mixed leagues. However, he has struggled with his command and is a high-risk, high-reward player. Consider Salazar tonight against the Twins in daily games, if he is priced right.
Sun, 20 Jul 2014 12:53:54 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar will be recalled from the minors to start against the Minnesota Twins Tuesday, July 22.
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 00:45:00 -0700
Cleveland Indians scouts have been told to focus on Tampa Bay Rays minor league players, which has triggered speculation it is interested in trading for SP David Price. C Carlos Santana and SP Danny Salazar were rumored to head to Tampa Bay for Price in the offseason, and the Indians have indicated players who may be expendable. SS Francisco Lindor is not one of them, say sources.
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 19:58:15 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar, who last made a start May 15 for the big club, is a candidate to come up from Triple-A Columbus to start Saturday, July 12, against the Toronto Blue Jays in place of the injured SP Justin Masterson (knee). "(Senior director or scouting operations) John Mirabelli watched Danny's last start and said he looked like he did for us last year," manager Terry Francona said Tuesday, July 8.
Tue, 08 Jul 2014 11:58:23 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Justin Masterson (knee) was placed on the 15-day disabled list with right knee inflammation. Cleveland also designated RP Mark Lowe for assignment.
Fantasy Tip: Maybe Carlos Carrasco will join the rotation, but he's been so good in relief that they may not want to mess with his spot. This could mean the return of Zach McAllister or the talented but troubled Danny Salazar. Stay tuned.
Mon, 16 Jun 2014 19:37:19 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar (triceps) made his first start with Triple-A Columbus since landing on the 7-day disabled list due to a triceps injury. He allowed two earned runs and four hits with four strikeouts over five innings, tossing 69 pitches. "He pitched well last night and did well," manager Terry Francona said Monday, June 16. "All reports were very, very positive."
Wed, 04 Jun 2014 10:04:06 -0700
Cleveland Indians SP Danny Salazar (triceps) is on the 7-day minor league disabled list with Triple-A Columbus due to a right triceps strain. He's expected to miss one or two starts.
Fantasy Tip: Salazar, a popular sleeper pick in drafts this year, has been one of this year's biggest disappointments so far. Drop him in all but the deepest of AL-only leagues at this point. He could make a comeback in the second half, though, so don't rule him out entirely.
Fri, 16 May 2014 15:38:23 -0700
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said SP Danny Salazar will be back at the major league level, but the team wants to see him throw his fastball more down in the zone, be more consistent with his curveball and start throwing more changeups. "We told him that we don't care about your numbers at Triple-A," said Francona. "We want you to execute pitches. We want him to get his confidence back in his change up and be armed to get major league hitters out when he gets back here . . .and he will be back and he will be good."
Fri, 16 May 2014 12:05:24 -0700
The Cleveland Indians optioned SP Danny Salazar to Triple-A Columbus Friday, May 16, and recalled P Kyle Crockett from Double-A Akron in a corresponding move.
Fantasy Tip: This likely signifies the Tribe's plans to call up Trevor Bauer to have him fill the vacant starting rotation spot. Get a jump on him and add him wherever he's available. Salazar isn't done, but the team probably wants to see him become more efficient and work on his control before giving him another chance. AL-only managers should hang onto him if they can.