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4/27:Those who drafted Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis for his elite power have to be a little disappointed in the early going. Davis finished last night 1-for-3 with two walks and a run scored, giving him six walks in the past four games yet no home runs over his last 39 at-bats. His last home run came on April 14 against the Blue Jays. You should not worry moving forward with Crush; sure his .261 average is fueled by a .385 BABIP and is bound to drop, but his .203 ISO is due to rise closerread more...
4/27:Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Dylan Bundy allowed two home runs to Rays shortstop Tim Beckham, but luckily was able to shut out the rest of the Rays lineup over 6 1/3 innings on Wednesday night. He allowed two runs on four hits with two walks and three strikeouts in the extra-innings win. For the month of April, Bundy holds a 3-1 record with a 1.65 ERA and 0.98 WHIP over five starts. He has only struck out 23 hitters over his 32 2/3 innings pitched, and his velocity has declined each start. He is stillread more...
4/27:Though his final stat line doesn’t show it, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Seth Smith had himself a memorable game on Wednesday night. He finished 2-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI and hit a little league home run in the second inning. Smith singled to center, and after a litany of throwing errors by the Rays, he came all the way around to score. Then in the 11th, he drew a bases-loaded walk on four straight pitches to win the game. The hamstring issue that held him back for a few games seems to be completely gone.read more...
4/27:Baltimore Orioles closer Zach Britton, who was placed on the disabled list with forearm tightness, could be activated from the disabled list on Sunday. He will pitch for Double-A Bowie on Friday, and the Orioles will decide what to do with him depending on how the outing goes. Britton is a perfect 5-for-5 in save chances this season but hasn’t been his usual dominant self. His K/9 is down to 7.71, and his walk rate is up to 3.86 this season. He has allowed 10 hits over his seven innings pitched after allowing only 38 in 67read more...
4/27:Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto blasted a first-inning solo homer in Wednesday's loss to the Brewers. It was his only hit on the afternoon, but Votto's power hitting this April can't be ignored. Votto now has seven dingers and 16 RBI in the first month of the season. While his batting average is still just .238, Votto can be counted on to get it up over .300 by the time the season ends, as he's only finished below that mark once, in his injury-shortened 2014 campaign. Votto remains an elite fantasy first baseman, even in hisread more...
4/27:Cincinnati Reds rookie right-hander Rookie Davis had a rough outing in his return from the disabled list on Wednesday. The Brewers did not greet him kindly, touching him up for eight runs on 11 hits. Davis lasted just 2 2/3 innings, striking out two and walking one. Davis' debut season has been mostly underwhelming, as he now has an 11.17 ERA and nine strikeouts through three starts. Regarded as one of Cincinnati's better pitching prospects heading into the season, he is a non-factor in fantasy leagues at this point. Davis will take the mound against theread more...
4/27:Cincinnati Reds outfielder Scott Schebler had a big day at the plate on Wednesday against the Brewers, slugging two solo home runs in the game. Schebler has been on fire over the past week, smashing four home runs and adding eight RBI for the Reds. The 26-year-old outfielder now has a .203 batting average, seven homers, and 15 RBI on the season. Schebler is worth considering as a streamer in NL-only leagues while his power stroke is working. He is also worth considering in daily leagues when he faces a hittable right-handed starting pitcher. The Reds are offread more...
4/27:Minnesota Twins designated hitter Kennys Vargas spent the first three weeks of the season in Triple-A Rochester before receiving the call-up to the majors this past Sunday. The Twins have struggled on offense for most of the season, making getting Vargas' bat into the lineup a high priority. So far, Vargas is playing like a man who doesn't want to be sent back down. Through his first three games this year, Vargas is hitting .333 with a home run, three runs, and one RBI. Vargas isn't a must-add in fantasy leagues right now, but keep a closeread more...
4/27:Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Alex Wood had a great start for the Dodgers on Wednesday, going six innings against the Giants and allowing just one hit and no runs. He had a no-hitter going into the sixth inning, but it was broken up by Giants outfielder Drew Stubbs' leadoff single. Unfortunately, Wood's gem didn't result in a win, as the bullpen coughed up a 3-0 lead and the Dodgers went on to lose in extra innings. Wood now sports a nice 2.29 ERA and 0.97 WHIP through 19 2/3 innings between the rotation andread more...
4/27:The good news for the Mets is that they received some reinforcements on Wednesday night against the Braves, with catcher Travis d’Arnaud and outfielder Yoenis Cespedes returning from injuries. The bad news is it still didn’t make a difference as they lost 8-2, dropping their ninth game in their last 10. d’Arnaud’s return was particularly uneventful, as he finished 0-for-2 while leaving three men on base prior to being removed in a double switch. d’Arnaud was swinging a solid bat prior to his right wrist contusion, particularly in the slugging department, slashing .233/.313/.465 with two home runs,read more...
4/27:New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge flashed back to pre-draft workouts as he launched an opposite field home run at Fenway Park on Wednesday. He only recorded the one hit, but his power continues to make him a favorite option in the middle third of New York’s order. Adding an additional diving catch as he crashed into the right field stands, Judge made an impact on both sides of the ball. Playing well in his Boston debut, the outfielder remains a high profile name after early success this season.--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: read more...
4/27:New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino continued his strong run of starts with a shutout performance against the Red Sox on Wednesday. The young pitcher did not miss a beat after having his start pushed back due to weather. His season numbers total to a 33:4 strikeout-to-walk ratio. His primary production has come over the past three starts (all quality), as he’s lowered his ERA from an early 7.20 mark to the 3.00 level he will hold through the end of the month. Severino’s next start should come in the May opener at home versus Toronto.read more...
4/27:Entering Wednesday's contest against the Mariners, Detroit Tigers outfielder Justin Upton was in the midst of a six-game hitting streak and an overall hot streak in which he had hit .371 with four home runs, four doubles, and 10 RBI over his last 10 games. His strong play continued Wednesday, extending his hitting streak to seven games as the Tigers fell to Seattle. Upton's season OPS sits at a healthy .991. Upton's productivity this April is leaps and bounds beyond what it was last year at this time, which is an encouraging sign for fantasy owners.--read more...
4/27:Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Hector Santiago turned in a solid outing against the Rangers on Wednesday. He held Texas to two runs over five innings of work as the Twins went on to fall 14-3. He walked four and struck out six in the game and wound up taking a no-decision as Minnesota's bullpen fell apart. Santiago has been excellent through his first five starts this season, allowing just eight runs and ringing up 23 strikeouts over 29 2/3 innings. The veteran left-hander is worthy of a roster spot on fantasy teams, but keep in mind thatread more...
4/27:San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt went 0-for-2 against the Dodgers on Wednesday, walking twice and striking out once. Belt is now batting just .237, although he still has an .850 OPS. His .286 BABIP is much lower than it usually is for Belt, who normally runs a very high BABIP in the .340 to .360 range, which is likely why the average is so low. Belt is still walking and hitting for power, so don't worry about him. Buy low if you can, as Belt should produce what he did last year, with possibly moreread more...
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