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6/23:The San Francisco Giants will rest catcher/first baseman Buster Posey Friday evening. Posey has once again been the top catcher in fantasy leagues with an absurd .344 batting average this season to go along with ten home runs and 28 RBI. The expectation is that Posey will be back in the lineup Saturday. Backup catcher Nick Hundley will start this evening versus the New York Mets and bat seventh.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Carl Steward
6/23:The Los Angeles Dodgers got some tough news about one of the most promising young pitchers in their organization, as the team has announced that Julio Urias will need left anterior capsule surgery. He will have the surgery on Tuesday morning and it will sideline the 20-year-old lefty for the remainder of this season as well as part of next year, with a recovery timetable of 12-14 months. The Dodgers had treated him very carefully the past couple seasons, limiting his innings to protect him from injury, but apparently that wasn't enough. He had been inread more...
6/23:That sound you just heard? That’s Toronto Blue Jays third base Josh Donaldson’s fantasy owners letting out a collective sigh of relief. Donaldson is returning to the Blue Jays lineup after being a late scratch on Thursday due to a knee injury when he hit his knee on concrete while stretching during pregame warmups. After missing Donaldson for most of the season thus far to his calf injury, this was the last thing fantasy owners needed. Donaldson has cooled off during the last week or so, but he was raking as much as anyone in baseballread more...
6/23:Cleveland Indians outfielder Abraham Almonte (biceps) was able to restart his rehab assignment on Thursday, leading off in the designated hitter spot for the Triple-A Columbus Clippers. Almonte had his rehab clock stopped because his injured biceps was keeping him from being able to throw the ball. He will possibly spend another game or two as the DH before playing the outfield and testing his injured biceps in a game situation.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Cleveland.com
6/23:Cleveland Indians outfielder Brandon Guyer was hit by a pitch in the ankle during an at bat with Triple-A Columbus. He was forced to leave the game but is scheduled to rejoin the Clippers and play nine innings in right field on Friday. Guyer should be ready to rejoin the Indians soon.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Cleveland.com
6/23:Cleveland Indians outfielder Michael Brantley (ankle) is working his way back from the disabled list. He took batting practice with the team on Thursday and will do running drills today. Brantley won't be back this weekend, but may be back in the Indians lineup some time next week.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Cleveland.com
6/23:St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler (quadriceps) will likely be brought along slowly from his injury, according to manager Mike Matheny. Because Fowler has already suffered a leg injury this season that resulted in a trip to the disabled list, the team will take things slowly with their prized off season signing. Fowler is expected to be available to pinch hit if necessary on Friday, but likely won't start until the weekend.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: St. Louis Post-Dispatch
6/23:You read that right. Texas Rangers pitcher Martin Perez broke a bone in the tip of his thumb as a result of the incident, and while there is no word of a trip to the disabled list at this time, he is scheduled to miss at least one turn in the rotation. Perez hasn't thrown quite as many groundballs this season, but the real culprit behind his 4.70 ERA is likely an absurd .358 BABIP. Bad luck aside, Perez isn't all that compelling even when he is at his best, as he doesn't strike out enough battersread more...
6/23:The Detroit Tigers have cut ties with relief pitcher Francisco Rodriguez after what has been an abysmal 2017 campaign. K-Rod is fourth on the all-time saves list with 437 and accumulated 44 saves for the Tigers last year, but lost his job as closer earlier this season after struggling mightily in April and May. He expressed frustration with the Tiger organization and manager Brad Ausmus last week, and has finally reached the end of his Tiger tenure. K-Rod has a 7.82 ERA on the year over 28 appearances this season with the Tigers and is notread more...
6/23:In a day filled with roster rumors and moves by the New York Mets, shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera has been activated from the disabled list. Cabrera has been on and off the shelf all year with a thumb injury, so hopefully this disabled list stint will have healed it for good. Infielder Gavin Cecchini was sent down to make room on the roster. Cabrera probably won’t be spending much more time in Queens with the Mets so far out of the playoff chase and top prospect Amed Rosario ready to takeread more...
6/23:Sitting 12 games behind the Washington Nationals for first place in the National League East and 14.5 games back of the second Wild Card spot, it sounds as if General Manager Sandy Alderson is coming to the realization that 2017 is a lost season for the New York Mets. A season once filled with World Series aspirations was derailed by injuries, and so the time to sell is near according to Buster Olney of ESPN. According to Olney, Alderson is ready to try and trade players like Jay Bruce, Curtis Granderson, read more...
6/23:Atlanta Braves' first/third baseman Freddie Freeman was cleared to take dry swings beginning today. Doctors have been impressed with how quickly he's healed. He hopes to target a rehab assignment over the next week or week and a half with a return to the Majors following the All-Star Break. There are expected questions as to how he will respond to a return to the field and a new position. Freeman was one of the hottest bats in baseball to start the season and will have the benefit of added protection within the order.--Michaelread more...
6/23:Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano is not in Friday's lineup. Sano has been dealing with a sinus infection over the past few days and yesterday's flight made it worse, according to manager Paul Molitor. The Twins have Eduardo Escobar playing third base and batting fifth for the series opener against the Cleveland Indians. Look for Sano to return to action in the next few days. The big slugger has a .286 average, 18 homers, 44 runs, and 52 RBI in what has been a breakout season for him.--Matt Terelleread more...
6/23:Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Hector Santiago is slated to come off of the disabled list to make a start against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday. Santiago has been sidelined since June 7 with inflammation in his pitching shoulder. The veteran southpaw has made 13 appearances this season, posting a 4-6 record, 5.26 ERA, and 47 strikeouts in 65 innings. He was far off the fantasy radar before his injury and should be avoided against the Red Sox. Despite his lack of fantasy value, the Twins will be happy to have him back in the rotationread more...
6/23:Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Brandon Finnegan is being considered for a Monday start against the St. Louis Cardinals. Finnegan has been on the disabled list since April after straining his left trapezius muscle. He pulls a plum matchup right out of the gate as the Cardinals have struggled against left-handers over the past few seasons. Finnegan has a great deal of upside and should be added in leagues where you have space for him. He has a 2.70 ERA and 14 strikeouts in 10 innings of work this season.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource:read more...
6/23:Evan Gattis hit a sacrifice fly and a two-run single as the Astros beat the A's 12-9 on Thursday. Gattis went 4-for-13 with five runs batted in and three runs scored in the series against the A's. Gattis' playing time has dwindled as the season went on but is still an important part of Houston's offensive mix. He has 29 RBI this season and is 18-for-51 (.353) with 28 runs batted in hitting with runners in scoring position. His lack of playing time will continue to depress his fantasy value and has been a disappointment thisread more...
6/23:Norichika Aoki went 3-for-5 with two doubles in the Astros win on Thursday. Aoki has had a nice month to this point, hitting .326 through 43 at-bats in June. Aoki's role is to come off the bench and provide some strong at-bats as a rotational outfielder for Houston. His .348 slugging is all you need to know about Aoki's power potential and is best suited as a fourth outfielder. Aoki is hitting .329 in 79 at-bats on the road this season but Aoki has neither the potential or the playing time to be fantasy viable.--read more...
6/23:Marwin Gonzalez smoked a three-run homer in the second inning of the Astros win on Thursday. The bomb was his 13th of the season, which ties a career high only 179 at-bats into his 2017 season. Gonzalez has been the biggest offensive surprise in the Astros lineup this season and is slashing an impressive .312/.400/.590. It was his first home run since May 31st but his offensive surge this season is built for the long haul. The switch hitter is doing most of his damage from the right side, hitting .323 with 10 of his 13read more...
6/23:Josh Reddick doubled, tripled and homered in the Astros 12-9 win on Thursday. Reddick was a single short of the cycle and has returned from the concussion disabled list swinging the bat. He's hitting .360 over his last 50 at-bats and is 5-for-8 since returning to the lineup. Reddick has only three RBI since May 29th but performances like Thursday signal that Reddick is ready to roll heading into the last week of June. His four runs scored Thursday is a season high and will continue to see at-bats this weekend while Georgeread more...
6/23:Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Amir Garrett was optioned to Triple-A Louisville on Friday to make room on the roster for today's starter, Luis Castillo. Garrett, a rookie, got off to a fast start this season but has fallen on hard times over the past month. Over the past 30 days, Garrett has a 12.15 ERA in 13 1/3 innings of work. Castillo, who has never made a start above Double-A, will start on Friday against the Washington Nationals. With Homer Bailey back to full health and Brandonread more...
6/23:Jake Marisnick hit a three-run home run in the Astros 12-9 win over the A's. The home run was his fourth in the last seven games and now has 10 on the season. Marisnick will certainly rank in the fantasy stat sheets this week but there should be healthy skepticism before he should be added. Marisnick is slugging an impressive .557 but has 42 strikeouts in 106 at-bats this season and is hitting only .222 in the month of June. What also is strange is Marisnick is only 2-for-20 when hitting in a favorable count thisread more...
6/23:David Paulino allowed three runs in 5 1/3 inning pitches in the Astros 12-9 win on Thursday. With Lance McCullers expected to return this weekend and top prospect Francis Martes now up with the team, Paulion may soon be the odd man out in the rotation. Paulino has won his last two starts but may be more valuable to the team in the bullpen. He has 26 strikeouts in 25 innings this season but his ERA still is hovering over five at 5.04. Paulino's imminent future appears to be destinedread more...
6/23:Ben Gamel hit a two-run double as the Mariners beat the Tigers 9-6. Gamel now has a 14-game hitting streak and is hitting .352 on the season. Gamel has been on fire for over a month now, going 41-for-95 (.431) over his his last 24 games. He's also hitting .366 through 41 at-bats with runners in scoring position this season and has been raking since the beginning of May. Gamel deserves a spot on most fantasy rosters, especially in AL-only and dynasty leagues.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Seattle Mariners
6/23:Robinson Cano hit two home runs and drove in six runs as the Mariners edged the Tigers 9-6. Cano has hit only five extra-base hits in the month of June and his performance on Thursday may be just the thing to get the perennial All-Star going again. The Mariners offense has been excellent in the month of June combined with their starting rotation finally getting healthy and the Mariners could be poised to make a mini-run. Cano this season is hitting .284 with 13 home runs and 48 runs batted in.--Joey C -read more...
6/23:Andrew Moore pitched seven solid innings, allowing three runs on six hits as the Mariners beat the Tigers 9-6. Moore picked up his first major league win in his first major league start and certainly did everything he could to put himself in the conversation for another start. The Mariners starting rotation is getting an overhaul right now, with Yovani Gallardo heading to the bullpen and Felix Hernandez being activated from the disabled list Friday. With Hernandez, Ariel Miranda, James Paxton and read more...
6/23:George Springer is hoping the swelling in his hand will subside and he will be able to play this weekend, per chron.com. He was hit by a pitch on Thursday and X-Rays came back negative on his hand. Springer is hoping to play this weekend and a disabled list stint seems unlikely at this time. Springer has eight home runs and 15 runs batted in this month and overall is hitting .277 with 21 home runs and 46 runs batted in.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Houston Astros
6/23:Hisashi Iwakuma will not make his rehab start this weekend and is still battling a sore shoulder, per seattletimes.com. Iwakuma was initially being targeted to return to the Mariners this weekend but that was dashed after he gave up four runs in only two innings in his last start at Triple-A. Now Iwakuma's shoulder will be re-evaluated and could remain on the sidelines for quite some time. Iwakuma's arm simply isn't right and the Mariners need to figure out the best course of action is moving forward. Iwakuma may not pitch until August and is 0-2read more...
6/23:Pittsburgh Pirates starter Jameson Taillon will make his third start since returning from testicular cancer surgery this evening. He will be on the road facing the St. Louis Cardinals, which might bode well for his daily stats. Taillon's 2.63 road ERA is almost two full points better than at home and he also boasts a lower ERA in night games. Taillon has only lasted five innings in each of his last four starts, so temper expectations as to a dominant performance. He might be a relatively safe play in 50/50 games, however.--Pierreread more...
6/23:San Diego Padres pitcher Trevor Cahill (shoulder) went through his first rehab start since hitting the disabled list on May 17, but it didn't go as planned. Pitching for the team's Advanced A affiliate, Cahill went 2 2/3 innings and gave up four runs on three hits and a walk. It could be a couple more weeks until Cahill is ready to return, but it remains to be seen whether he can keep up his sudden career-high strikeout rate of 11.10 the rest of the way.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: read more...
6/23:Friday the Boston Red Sox claimed starting pitcher Doug Fister off release waivers and it was reported he was added directly to the 40-man roster. The Angels released Fister on June 21. Fister made three appearances in Triple-A allowing seven earned runs in 15 2/3 innings of action. He joins a Red Sox rotation that has battled numerous injuries this season. Fister will have to prove he's capable at the big league level again before adding him to your roster.--Jared T - RotoBallerSource: Chris Cotillo
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