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10/17:Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig is being rewarded for his three walks in Game 2 by getting to bat cleanup in Game 3 of the Championship Series against the Cubs at Wrigley. The Cuban slugger, who was demoted to the minors just last year, is slashing .438/.571/.875 in the postseason. He's posted career bests in both walks and strikeouts and has stopped swinging outside the strike zone. He'll be joined by his fellow 2015 Dodger outfielders Andre Ethier (LF) and Joc Pederson (CF). Ethier is batting fifth and Pederson is batting seventh.read more...
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10/17:The Texas Rangers have informed first baseman Mike Napoli that they will not exercise his 2018 option and will instead give him a $2.5 million buyout. This was expected all along after Napoli posted an ugly .193/.285/.428 slash line, although he did have 29 homers and 66 RBI. Still, the all-or-nothing approach made Napoli expendable, and he'll likely remain in the American League as a designated hitter type, but there's no guarantee he'll be given a starting gig wherever he lands.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Dallas Morning News - Evan Grant
10/17:Looking for a spark, Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon will switch around the top of his batting order for Game 3 of the Championship Series against the Dodgers on Tuesday. Ben Zobrist will hit in the leadoff spot and start at second with Javier Baez moved to the bench. Outfielder Kyle Schwarber will hit second, pushing Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo down a spot. The Cubs bats need to come alive if they want any chance to return to the World Series. They willread more...
10/17:Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez underwent a right knee patellofemoral ligament reconstruction and is expected to return to pitching in roughly six months. His surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Florida. The promising young left-hander just hasn't been able to get his knee right, but hopefully this procedure fixes that. Still, it's another setback for a high-upside strikeout arm, and he won't be an option in fantasy leagues next spring. E-Rod went 6-7 with a 4.19 ERA, 1.28 WHIP and 150 strikeouts in 137 1/3 innings (24 starts) in 2017.--read more...
10/17:Updating a previous report, Boston Red Sox designated hitter Hanley Ramirez underwent a left shoulder arthroscopy and debridement Tuesday and is expected to be fully ready for the 2018 season. The surgery was performed by Dr. James Andrews in Florida. Han-Ram, who will be 34 next season, was plagued by shoulder woes for much of the season, and perhaps that's why he hit a disappointing .242 with only 23 homers and 62 RBI in 2017. That's a big drop from the 30 bombs and 111 runs he drove in last year, and there's no guarantee he'llread more...
10/17:According to Jesse Rogers of ESPN Chicago, the Chicago Cubs will bench ice-cold infielder Javier Baez in Game 3 of the Championship Series against the Dodgers. Infielder/outfielder Ben Zobrist will start at second base Tuesday. Although Baez is hitless in the playoffs, it is interesting that he will be benched behind pitcher Kyle Hendricks, who pitches more to contact. Rogers also says that outfielder Kyle Schwarber will be in left field with Albert Almora moving to the bench. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvishread more...
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10/17:New York Yankees catcher Austin Romine is doing the catching and batting ninth in Game 4 of the Championship Series against Astros starter Lance McCullers on Tuesday. That will push catcher Gary Sanchez to designated hitter, meaning Chase Headley, Jacoby Ellsbury and Matt Holliday will all start on the bench. Romine has yet to record a postseason at-bat in his career leading up to this one, and he hit just .218 with two homers and 21 RBI during the year, soread more...
10/17:Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia (knee) will decide in the next few days if he'll undergo surgery on his left knee, according to a source familiar with his thinking. Pedroia has seen multiple specialists, and surgery remains on the table. "If you were to get it fixed, the recovery is a long time," Pedroia said. There's a chance Pedroia's recovery could affect his availability for the start of spring training or the regular season, which would further hurt his already declining outlook. The veteran second baseman can still hit (.293 in 2017), but hisread more...
10/17:Boston Red Sox designated hitter Hanley Ramirez announced on Twitter Tuesday that he underwent left shoulder surgery. It's unknown how long his recovery timetable will be, but he's likely to be fully ready for spring training in 2018. Han-Ram hit just .242 and was a disappointment for the BoSox and fantasy owners, even though he managed 23 homers and 62 RBI, but that was after hitting 30 bombs and driving in 111 the previous season. His fantasy value is on the decline, and he may not even qualify at first base anymore next season after playingread more...
10/17:Houston Astros starting pitcher Lance McCullers has been tabbed to start Game 4 of the Championship Series against the Yankees on Tuesday. McCullers has electric stuff but struggled to stay healthy this year, and he finished the regular season on a down note. The young right-hander allowed two runs while walking two and striking out four in three innings in a Game 3 loss to the Red Sox in the ALDS. McCullers is a high-risk, high-reward daily play Tuesday in the Bronx.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Jake Kaplan
10/17:Something happened in the ninth inning of Game 2 that had only happened once this season. Kenley Jansen threw back-to-back sliders against Kris Bryant to strike him out. That's notable because he throws almost exclusively cutters. But this year has seen an increased use of his slider, which has made the game's best closer even more unhittable. In the playoffs, he's using his slider 15 percent of the time, and almost a full quarter of the time with two strikes. As a result, he's struck out 10 of the 22 batters he's facedread more...
10/16:Manager Dave Roberts confirmed that injured first baseman Adrian Gonzalez is recuperating his back at home and preparing himself for spring training in 2018. The veteran lost out on his job this season to rookie sensation Cody Bellinger and went on the DL for the first time in his career. His numbers have been trending downward for two seasons as both his trademark power and average were among his career worst. He's in the last year of his contract and could possibly be let go, if the organization doesn't find a front-office positionread more...
10/16:Corey Seager, the reigning NL Rookie of the Year and starting shortstop for the Dodgers, won't travel with the team to Chicago for Games 4, 5 and 6 (if necessary) of the NLCS. Seager isn't even on the NLCS roster, but was introduced in uniform before Game 1 of the series in L.A. A bad slide in Game 3 of the NLDS versus Arizona caused a back sprain, for which Seager is taking injections and resting in the hope that he can be ready for a possible World Series appearance. As yet, he hasn't been clearedread more...
10/16:Houston Astros catcher Evan Gattis and outfielder Cameron Maybin will enter the Game 3 starting lineup of the Championship Series. Gattis is behind the plate and hitting sixth, while Maybin is in left field and is batting ninth against Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia. Catcher Brian McCann and designated hitter Carlos Beltran will start on the bench. Gattis has been known to hurt lefties with his power in the past, so he could be a nice DFS sleeper tonight. The change also moves third basemanread more...
10/16:New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino (shoulder) wasn't sent for any additional tests and will be the team's Game 6 starter for the Championship Series, if necessary. The Yankees are in an 0-2 hole in the series and must do some work to give Severino another start this season. He was lights-out in 2017 but didn't make it out of the first inning in the wild-card win over the Twins. He bounced back nicely in the Division Series against the Indians but would face another tough matchup with Houston if he gets one more start.read more...
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