Rotowire: Jan 23 / 8:21p ET
News: Goldschmidt said that he is fully recovered from the broken hand that cost him the final two months of last season, MLB.com's Steve Gilbert reports.
Impact: Goldschmidt had resumed taking batting practice in the final week of September and may have received clearance to return to action had the season extended a couple weeks longer. In any event, with the full offseason to recover, Goldschmidt will enter spring training at full strength and should merit heavy consideration as a first-round selection across just about any fantasy format. Goldschmidt was well on his way to another monster season in 2014 before suffering the untimely injury, as he posted a .300 average to go along with 19 homers and 69 RBI over 109 games.