Not huge news here for fantasy world, but some people might have had him for his stolen base potential, plus this ups Sledge's value a bit (could get upwards of 25 homers with 500 at bats).
Endy Chavez, CF WAS
News: The Nationals sent outfielder Endy Chavez, who had been expected to start in center field and hit in the leadoff spot, to Triple-A New Orleans on Tuesday. He struggled this spring with a .212 batting average, a .257 on-base percentage and only two walks.
Analysis: "We just felt like he wasn't doing the job we needed him to do at the top of the lineup," Washington manager Frank Robinson said. "He's not walking, he's not bunting. He's just swinging, and that's not enough up here." Last season, he hit .277 and stole 32 bases for the Expos, and the team wanted him to get on base more to spark the offense. Chavez's Rotisserie value goes to nil right now, because Triple-A stolen bases don't count on this website -- or any.