After a disappointing 2015 campaign Wolverhampton Wolves have rung the changes in hope of a better 2016. . Wolverhampton WolvesFounded: 1928 (Re-opened 1951) Stadium: Monmore Green (264m)Race Night: MondayFive Year Record: 2011: 8th 2012: 9th 2013: 3rd 2014: 7th 2015: 7thColours: Gold and BlackTeam Manager: Peter AdamsCaptain: Freddie LindgrenKyle Howarth - 2015 British Under 21 champion who should score big from reserve. Will look for stability and consistency at Wolves. Rides for Sheffield Tigers in the Premier League.Max Clegg - The 18-year-old Brit knows Monmore Green well having ridden for Cradley Heathens in the National League. A big step up but has Elite League experience with Leicester back in 2014. Rides for Edinburgh Monarchs in the Elite League.Joonas Kylmakorpi - An Elite League stalwart and was a key part of Coventrys play-off bid in 2015. A consistent performer who can score big points on his day. Kylmakorpi is an experienced Elite League campaigner Freddie Lindgren - Endured a tough 2015 but snapped up on a low average which he is sure to improve upon. Can be untouchable at Monmore Green and needs to be the spearhead for the side.Mikkel Bech - Danish youngster tipped for big things makes the move from Lakeside. Has appeared in three Grand Prix and represented Denmark in the World Cup. Mikkel Bech moves from Lakeside to Wolves Jacob Thorssell - A one club man in British racing, has potential to go right to the top and will want a consistent year of big points as a heat leader.Sam Masters - Had his 2015 disrupted by injury with Leicester but showed he can mix it at the top with his performance at the Melbourne Grand Prix as a wildcard. Rides for Edinburgh Monarchs in the Premier League.Key man: Kyle Howarth He could prove to be a trump card at reserve if he finds his best form. Also See: Hammers need better start in 2016 Stars looking to bounce back . Adam LaRoche will take that. "I like our position in the standings and I like how our team is playing," LaRoche said after Washington swept a day-night doubleheader from the Cubs on Saturday. . With timely hitting and good pitching, the Marlins are one win away from sweeping the slumping Houston Astros.SAN FRANCISCO - Giants centre fielder Angel Pagan is scheduled to be examined by a specialist in Los Angeles after having a setback in his recovery from a back injury. Pagan was eligible to come off the disabled list before the Giants opened a three-game series against St. Louis on Tuesday night. He says he was running Monday when a "minor setback" occurred. He will see a specialiist Wednesday in Los Angeles. . Pagan says he has a bulging disc in his back that is pinching a nerve and causing pain in his legs. He says hes had multiple injections, but nothing is bringing relief. Pagan says surgery is not an option right now and hes seeking a better plan from doctors. Pagan is batting .307 with three home runs and 19 RBIs in 63 games this season. ' ' '