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4/20:Cincinnati Reds outfielder Scott Schebler has been activated from the disabled list. Schebler has been on the disabled list since April 6th with an elbow injury. The Reds have been employing a four-man rotation in their outfield, but Schebler can still help owners seeking power. Pitcher Cody Reed was sent down in a corresponding move.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: C. Trent Rosecrans
4/20:After being involved in a collision with teammate A.J. Pollock, Arizona Diamondbacks utility man Chris Owings passed his concussion test and is available off the bench on Friday. Owings has been solid to start the year, hitting .269 with a home run, six RBI and a stolen base. He's reportedly fine following the collision and could be used if needed on Friday. Since he's not starting, it's best you keep him on your bench.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Steve Gilbert
4/20:Los Angeles Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun was dropped to eighth in the lineup on Friday against right-hander Jeff Samardjiza. Calhoun has seen his playing time against left-handers dry up, and is now hitting at the bottom of the order even against right-handers. This is not a good development for Calhoun, who is hitting just .200 on the year with one home run and one steal. With such a stacked lineup around him, don't be surprised if Calhoun remains near the bottom of the order for a while. He's a fringey outfielder outside of the deepest fantasy formats, and is safe to drop in 10-teamers if there is someone more appealing on the WW.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Jeff Fletcher
4/20:St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak was asked about Jack Flaherty and the possibility of the Cardinals moving to a six-man rotation. He replied that he preferred the idea of a four-man rotation. Flaherty has been outstanding but was removed from the rotation and sent down to Triple-A when Adam Wainwright came off the disabled list a week into the season. Flaherty has continued to excel in the minors, and many were wondering if he would force his way into the rotation somehow. At least for now, it seems like adding a sixth starter won't be Flaherty's way in. He's sure to be the first one up if someone gets hurt, and with some of the St. Louis starters struggling to get outs, it may not be long before we see Flaherty up for good.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Joe Trezza on Twitter
4/20:The Washington Nationals have designated starting pitcher A.J. Cole for assignment and purchased the contract of reviler Carlos Torres from Triple-A. Cole has struggled during his time in the major leagues, pitching to a 5-8 record with a 5.32 ERA and a 102/48 K/BB ratio. Cole is a former top prospect, meaning that team could take a chance on him. However, for now he remains well off the fantasy radar, especially with the Nationals removing him from their 40-man roster.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Mark Zuckerman
4/20:Los Angeles Angels third baseman Zack Cozart is not in the lineup for Friday's game against Jeff Samardzija and the Giants. Cozart is likely just getting a day off, allowing the left-handed hitting Luis Valbuena to enter the lineup at third base and bat fifth. Cozart is hitting .247 with two home runs and eight RBI on the year. He is slotted in as the regular third baseman and number five hitter, so he should hold plenty of fantasy value this season.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Jeff Fletcher
4/20:St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Alex Reyes (elbow) is expected to begin a rehab assignment in mid-May. Reyes is recovering from Tommy John Surgery. There has been a lot of question about whether Reyes would return as a starter or as a reliever, but general manager John Mozeliak said Reyes would enter rehab "most likely" as a starting pitcher. He has tons of upside, but will certainly be brought along very slowly and will have strict pitch counts once he returns. Dynasty and keeper leaguers need to own him immediately, but redraft league players should be less excited.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Joe Trezza on Twitter
4/20:Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock is getting the day off and is out of the lineup on Friday. Jarrod Dyson is starting in his place. Pollock is fully healthy and is just resting on Friday. He's been on fire to start the 2018 season, hitting .254 with four home runs, 14 RBI and four stolen bases.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Diamondbacks on Twitter
4/20:The San Diego Padres have activated starting right fielder Wil Myers off of the disabled list, sending reliver Tyler Webb to Triple-A. Myers was placed on the DL just three games into the season with right arm nerve irritation. However, the former All-Star is back for San Diego now and assuming he stays healthy, has a real chance of a 20/20 season. Myers is batting second in his return to the lineup and should be started in every league.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Padres on Twitter
4/20:Following an outing in which he allowed just one run and struck out eight over seven innings, Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Matt Wisler has earned one more start in the rotation. While he shined his last time out, Wisler has been shaky overall in his career with an 18-22 record to go with a 5.16 ERA and a 217/102 K/BB ratio. His next outing will come against the Cincinnati Reds and perhaps if you need a streamer you could take a chance on Wisler. But it's more likely that his last performance was more of an outlier than the norm for Wisler.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: David O'Brien
4/20:Colorado Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez is out of the lineup on Friday with a hamstring injury. He is being replaced by Gerardo Parra, who is waiting to hear back on his appeal of a four-game suspension. It's unknown how long Gonzalez will be out of the lineup or if this will be a long-term injury. However, he has yet to be placed on the 10-day disabled list.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Thomas Harding
4/20:Following a five game suspension for charging the mound against Padres pitcher Luis Perdomo, Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado is back in the lineup on Friday. He's batting third against Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks. Arenado has been solid to start the year, hitting .288 with a home run and six RBI. Arenado is arguably the best third baseman in baseball, meaning we shouldn't have to tell you to get him back in your lineup on Friday.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Thomas Harding
4/20:Minnesota Twins outfielder Max Kepler had to leave the team's game on Wednesday with a knee injury, but is apparently fine as he is starting in center on Friday against the Rays. Kepler will bat seventh against right-hander Chris Archer. Kepler has been solid to start the year for the Twins, hitting .268 with three home runs and five RBI. However, he does have eight strikeouts and a tough matchup against Archer on Friday so owners should be wary if they have better options.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Twins on Twitter
4/20:Texas Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar is returning to the lineup on Friday after missing two games with a concussion. He is playing shortstop and batting second against Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez. Profar has been underwhelming to start the year, hitting just .222 with two RBI and a stolen bases. However, he should start on most nights when he is healthy and should return to most fantasy lineups on Friday.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Rangers on Twitter
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers catcher Manny Pina was out doing pre-game base running with the Brewers athletic crew on Friday. Pina was placed on the 10-day DL on April 16 with calf tightness, and since then has been trying to get some running work in to recover. Brewers manager Craig Counsell said that they don't really have a schedule since his only issue is running, and when he gets that ability back, he will play. He is eligible to be activated from the DL next Monday, so stay tuned to see what will happen. In the meanwhile, Jett Bandy will get a majority of the starts with Jacob Nottingham backing him up.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource: Adam McCalvy on Twitter
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