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About Rayden Lin - RotoBaller

I am an avid sports fan and sports player. Played over 6 sports at the club and school level. Huge fan of the Los Angeles Kings, Toronto Blue Jays, Denver Broncos, and Houston Rockets. I am from Edmonton,Alberta. If you need any advice regarding fantasy baseball, or hockey, feel free to shoot me a message.

Rayden Lin - RotoBaller has written 133 articles so far, you can find them below.


Marlins Bullpen Collapses in the Ninth Inning Against Atlanta

Miami Marlins closer Brad Ziegler and reliever Tayron Guerrero collapsed on Monday against the Atlanta Braves, allowing six runs in the ninth inning to lose 10-9. Holding a 9-4 lead into the final inning, the Marlins seemed to be in victory formation, as they were up five runs in the ninth inning. However, Ziegler and Guerrero were... Read More

2 years ago

Steven Souza Jr. Pinch Hits Monday Against Milwaukee

Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Steven Souza Jr. (pectoral) pinch hit Monday against the Milwaukee Brewers. After speculation that he might be put on the disabled list for his right pectoral strain, he should be able to avoid the disabled list, as he was healthy enough to come off the bench. If Souza is able to avoid the... Read More

2 years ago

Mark Melancon Will Begin Rehab On Monday

San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Mark Melancon will begin his rehab Monday in Triple-A Sacramento. He has been out all season with a right elbow flexor strain, which bothered him all of last season last well. Once he returns, Melancon will be worth a shot in most deeper leagues due to his previous success with... Read More

2 years ago

Nelson Cruz Returns to the Mariners Lineup

Seattle Mariners designated hitter Nelson Cruz returned to the Mariners lineup on Friday against the Detroit Tigers after suffering from a bruised foot. He will bat in his usual cleanup spot vs RHP Michael Fulmer. Cruz has been on and off this season, hitting seven HR, scoring 11 R, and driving in 18 runs with... Read More

2 years ago

Clay Buchholz Will Start Sunday For The Arizona Diamondbacks

Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Luvello announced that newly signed starting pitcher Clay Buchholz will start Sunday vs the New York Mets. Buchholz has played fairly well in the minors this season, pitching with a 2.93 ERA and a 19/12 K/BB ratio. He may be worth a shot in deep fantasy leagues if he pitches well in... Read More

2 years ago


Steven Souza Jr. Leaves Game With Pectoral Soreness

Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Steven Souza Jr. was forced to leave Friday's game versus the New York Mets due to soreness in his right pectoral muscle. He will undergo an MRI to determine the injury he suffered. Souza Jr. has already missed a large part of the season, playing in only 12 games this season due... Read More

2 years ago

Jake Lamb Could Be Back This Weekend

Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Jake Lamb (shoulder) could join the team in this weekend's series versus the New York Mets. This would be a huge addition to the Diamondbacks lineup, as Lamb has been out of the Diamondbacks lineup since April 3 with a sprained AC joint in his left shoulder and has also suffered... Read More

2 years ago

Shelby Miller To Pitch In Extended Spring Training Game

Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Shelby Miller (elbow) will pitch in an extended spring training game on Thursday. He will have a limit of four innings and 65 pitches in this outing. This is an encouraging step for Miller's recovery from Tommy John surgery, which he underwent early last season. Miller hasn't pitched in an MLB... Read More

2 years ago

Nelson Cruz Leaves Game After Hit By Pitch

Seattle Mariners designated hitter Nelson Cruz was forced to leave Tuesday's game against Texas after being hit on the foot by a fastball. X-rays have been taken and luckily came back negative. He still should be expected to be day-to-day after being taken out of the game. Cruz has been struggling this season with seven... Read More

2 years ago

Robinson Cano Placed on 10-Day Disabled List

Seattle Mariners star second baseman Robinson Cano has been placed on the 10-Day disabled list due to a fractured fifth metacarpal on his right hand. Gordon Beckham has been called up from Triple-A Tacoma to replace Cano as the everyday second baseman. Cano has been very good this season, hitting .287 with 24 runs scored,... Read More

2 years ago


Jake Lamb Ready For Rehab Assignment

Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman Jake Lamb is set to begin a minor league rehab assignment with Class-A Visalia on Sunday. Being out since April 3 with an AC sprain in his left shoulder and tendinitis in his right elbow, Lamb is one step closer to returning to the big league club. In four games this... Read More

2 years ago

Brendan McKay Moved Up to Single-A Charlotte

Tampa Bay Rays 1B/LHP prospect Brendan McKay has been promoted to the High-A Charlotte Stone Crabs from the Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods. McKay has a .254 BA with one HR, 12 R, and 16 RBI in 21 games with the Hot Rods this season. Also, he has a 1.09 ERA, and a 0.405 WHIP... Read More

2 years ago

Wilson Ramos Out for First Game of Doubleheader

Tampa Bay Rays catcher Wilson Ramos will sit the first game of Saturday's doubleheader versus the Baltimore Orioles. He will be in the lineup for Game 2 against right-hander Alex Cobb. Ramos is currently on a 17-game hitting streak and has a .308 average with four home runs, 10 runs and 18 RBI on the... Read More

2 years ago

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Goodbye Runners, Hello Pass-Catching RBs: 2019 Season Trends

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