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3 years agoMatt Moore pitched 5 1/3 innings against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday, giving up three earned runs and taking the loss. He struck out three and walked two, and also had three more unearned runs tacked on in the sixth inning. It wasn't a good start from Moore, but Chase Field and the D'backs are brutal on lefties, so it's not unexpected. Moore will get the Diamondbacks again on Monday, and it's tough to recommend throwing him out there again after a performance like this. Moore is an unspectacular fantasy starter who shouldn't be owned outside of deep leagues or for streaming opportunities.--Troy Klauder - RotoBallerSource: San Francisco Chronicle
3 years agoRyan Zimmerman homered in the Nationals' 6-4 victory over the Marlins. He also drew a walk and came around to score. Zimmerman is looking to redeem himself after an atrocious 2016 season that saw him post a -1.6 WAR. The only bright spot of Zimmerman’s campaign was his exit velocity on balls hit. He ranked 14th in all of baseball, among players like David Ortiz, Nelson Cruz and Giancarlo Stanton. See if he makes more contact this year before snagging him off the waiver wire.--Mario HernandezSource: Nationals Website
3 years agoFor the first time this year, Anthony Rendon started at third base for the Nationals. He fouled a ball off his leg the last week of spring training and missed the first regular season game. Rendon went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts. He hit sixth in the lineup and is unlikely to go higher with speedsters Trea Turner and Adam Eaton hitting one and two. If he can stay healthy, Rendon looks to maintain the good numbers from his quietly excellent 2016 season. He should be rostered in leagues with 10 or more teams.--Mario HernandezSource: Washington Post
3 years agoA shaky Tanner Roark settled down to get his first win of the season on Wednesday versus the Marlins. He retired 13 of the last 14 batters he faced, striking out six and walking two over six innings. The two walks happened in the first inning, which led to his only two runs. He followed that up with two hit batters in the second. But he kept his composure and the explosive Nationals bats gave him some breathing room in the fourth with four runs. He can safely be deployed moving forward.--Mario HernandezSource: Nationals Website
3 years agoSam Dyson blew his first save of the season Wednesday against the Indians, allowing five runs while only recording one out. Unfortunately for Dyson, this was not his first taste of failure in 2017, as he picked up a loss in a non-save situation on Opening Day. His ERA on the season stands at 72.00 in just one inning. Manager Jeff Banister stood behind his closer after Wednesday's game, saying that Dyson will have a longer leash than two bad games. While that is reassuring for the moment, Dyson can't afford many more outings like the ones he has had this week. Dyson owners should keep an eye on Matt Bush, as he could be the first one in line to take the position if a move is made.--Christopher OlsonSource: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
3 years agoThe New England Patriots re-signed running back Brandon Bolden to an undisclosed deal Wednesday. Mainly a special teamer, Bolden had just one carry and two receptions in 2016 and is buried on the depth chart. You can ignore him for fantasy purposes.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
3 years agoThe biggest red flag about Tommy Joseph’s potential as a hitter is on full display through two games of the 2017 MLB season. The 25-year-old first baseman, who has plenty of power but lacks discipline at the plate, has failed to record a hit in eight plate appearances thus far this year. Making matters worse, he’s struck out five times, continuing a worrisome trend from last year that seemed to be the biggest obstacle to consistent success. While it is clearly way too early to begin floating the idea of cutting Joseph if drafted, this is not an ideal start to his season.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: ABC News
3 years agoAfter Jeanmar Gomez’s season debut reinvigorated worries over his ability to once again be an effective closer, the Phillies could soon be forced to make a decision about the late-inning picture. With Hector Neris and Joaquin Benoit already as viable options, Pat Neshek put forth a solid performance tonight in his season debut, possibly making him an option as well. The 36-year-old veteran, who only has seven career saves, tossed a scoreless eighth inning tonight, striking out two batters. While he remains a fantasy non-entity, more effective outings like tonight’s coupled with further failures from Gomez could catapult him into a potential closer.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: Yahoo!
3 years agoFollowing a season that saw him emerge as Philadelphia’s most dependable starting pitcher, Jerad Eickhoff made his 2017 debut tonight in Cincinnati against the Reds. The 26-year-old was superb in defeat, giving up just two runs on five hits across 6 2/3 innings. Unfortunately for Eickhoff, his offense wouldn’t put up a fight as they were blanked 2-0. This continues what was ultimately a disappointing trend of run support for the right-hander last season. Look for him to be back on the mound on Monday night against the Mets, beginning what will be a two-start week.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoAs a player who is eventually going to serve as the Mets' setup man, Addison Reed isn’t the highest of priorities for news updates. However, considering he’s going to be filling in as the Mets’ closer for 13 more games during Jeurys Familia’s suspension, he’s obviously worth keeping tabs on. While he didn’t receive his first save opportunity in the Mets' 3-1 loss on Wednesday, Reed still received some ninth-inning game action in what was a tie game at the time. Picking up right where he left off last year, he pitched a flawless frame and struck out one. He’s an excellent pickup for saves for the next two weeks, and if you’re in a holds league, he’ll provide fantastic value all year.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoIf you’ve ever been a Lucas Duda owner in fantasy baseball, then you have undoubtedly been frustrated many a time by the first baseman’s notorious streakiness. After an Opening Day success that saw him notch three RBI though, surely Duda would continue producing one game later, right? Wrong. Duda finished 0-for-4 in a 3-1 loss to Atlanta with a walk and three strikeouts. If you can’t live with massive day-to-day fluctuations from Duda, you should look to deal him now, as that’s exactly that you are going to get. He’ll look to turn it around against former teammate R.A. Dickey on Thursday.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoSandy Leon hit a three-run home run over the green monster in the bottom of the 12th to walk off the Pirates. With two on and one out, Leon took Antonio Bastardo yard to give the Red Sox the win. Leon was 3-for-5 on the night. In the bottom of the third, Leon was thrown out at home by Andrew McCutchen after running through third base coach Brian Butterfield’s stop sign. Leon has been hot to start the season and will be a guy to keep an eye on given he is likely a free agent in your league.--Jared T - RotoBallerSource: MassLive
3 years agoAfter a terrible few months as a Met post-trade deadline last summer, Mets fans haven’t exactly been bullish on Jay Bruce. When he picked up three walks on Opening Day, however, people may have started to consider giving him a fresh start. With another productive game on Wednesday, it's safe to say Bruce is starting to endear himself to the Queens faithful. Bruce finished 3-for-5 with his first homer of the year, the only source of Mets offense in the 12-inning, 3-1 loss. If he continues to hit, it’s going to be unexpectedly tough to find Michael Conforto playing time, but the best players obviously need to play. Bruce will try to keep it going against R.A. Dickey on Thursday.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoAfter a 2016 that saw Jacob deGrom look like a shell of the deGrom we’ve all come to know and love (despite still being pretty good nonetheless), fantasy owners were giddy with anticipation to see what he could do now that he’s back to full speed. DeGrom didn’t disappoint, not allowing any runs over six innings pitched while surrendering only two hits and a walk while striking out six in the Mets’ 12-inning, 3-1 loss to the Braves. The Mets didn’t do him any favors though, scoring only one run while he was in the game and subsequently blowing the lead as soon as he left. DeGrom worked himself into some high counts early on in the game, leading to his inflated pitch count that saw him leave after six innings. He’ll look to get that corrected on Monday in Philadelphia.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoTroy Tulowitzki certainly didn’t have the best Opening Day on Monday, finishing with an upsetting 0-for-5 debut. Wednesday’s effort was slightly better, if only because he saw one less at-bat. Tulo finished 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the Jays’ loss in Baltimore, keeping his average, on-base percentage, OPS and whatever other batting statistic you want to look at at an impressive .000. The veteran shortstop will at least get to see a pitcher on Thursday he’s had some success against, albeit in a very small sample size. In three career at-bats against Blake Snell, Tulowitzki has a home run and four RBI. Hey, it’s something, right?--John SmithSource:
3 years agoLeaving three men on base certainly isn’t uncommon and is bound to happen, but given Jose Bautista’s Opening Day result of leaving a whopping eight men on, it’s fun to keep track of for now -- he’s now up to 11 in two games. Joey Bats still couldn’t get things going in the season’s second game, finishing 1-for-4 with another two strikeouts. Until he finally starts swinging the bat well, you can’t blame the fantasy community for wondering whether the 36-year-old will fully rebound from an injury-plagued, unproductive 2016 season. Of course, odds are that he will – he may just need some time to get it going.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoMatt Barnes came in to relieve Chris Sale after he threw seven scoreless innings Wednesday against the Pirates. Barnes picked up right where Sale left off, sitting down the side in order in the bottom of the eighth. With Tyler Thornburg out, it appears that Matt Barnes is the setup man and bridge to Craig Kimbrel for now. If he slips up, Joe Kelly could slot into the role. Barnes is yet to allow a run this year.--Jared T - RotoBallerSource: Boston Red Sox Twitter
3 years agoChris Sale found himself in a pitching duel with Jameson Taillon of the Pirates on Wednesday. Sale was great, striking out seven while only allowing three hits and one walk through seven scoreless innings of action. It should have been the recipe for his first win of the season, but the Red Sox lineup couldn’t muster any run support. The Red Sox struggled to cash in with runners on all night long. Look for plenty more of the same from Sale -- the wins will come.--Jared T - RotoBallerSource: Boston Red Sox Twitter
3 years agoAfter picking up three hits in the Blue Jays’ opener on Monday, Josh Donaldson must have decided that he was going to continue working in threes – just at the opposite end of the spectrum. Donaldson finished 1-for-4 in Toronto’s 3-1 loss in Baltimore on Wednesday, finishing with three strikeouts with three men left on base. It’s not the fastest of starts for one of baseball’s premier sluggers, but it could take him some time to truly get going after missing most of spring training with a sprained right calf. It’s only a matter of time before the “Bringer of Rain” starts making it rain.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoJ.A. Happ may have only lost four games in 2016, but after one start in 2017, he’s already a quarter of the way there. Happ certainly didn’t pitch badly in his season debut, it just wasn’t good enough to get the win in Baltimore with the Jays losing 3-1. Over seven innings pitched, Happ surrendered three earned runs on five hits and zero walks while striking out nine. He was done in by two long balls, one apiece from Adam Jones and Chris Davis. Happ is once again a sneaky bet for fantasy production just as he was all of last year. He’ll get his next opportunity in the Jays’ home opener against the Brewers on Tuesday.--John SmithSource:
3 years agoCorey Dickerson lead off Wednesday night's game with a deep home run to center field off of Michael Pineda. Dickerson was back in the lineup after sitting the night before against lefty CC Sabathia. Dickerson followed up his first-inning homer with an RBI single in the second to put the Rays up 4-1. It's tough to rely on Dickerson on a nightly basis, as he'll often sit against lefties, but make sure he's in your lineup against righties, especially ones who are homer-prone like Pineda.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoAlex Cobb looked sharp in his season debut Wednesday night. Cobb only threw 90 pitches, but it was enough to get him into the sixth inning and earn his first victory of the season. It was his first victory at home since August of 2014. He allowed only one run on four hits while walking one and striking out four. Cobb looked healthy after suffering from a stiff back in spring training and should be a quality starter going into a rematch with New York early next week.--Tim Hiebert - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoNathan Karns entered spring as a candidate for the fifth rotation spot in the Kansas City rotation, and his solid 2015 season showed that he had serious potential. He scraped by and appears to have won the spot for now, but he's seeing some work out of the bullpen since the Royals don't need a fifth starter just yet. In his first appearance of the season, Karns didn't help his case. Karns faced just six batters from the lowly Twins, and he recorded two strikeouts and two walks while giving up a single and bases-loaded triple. Karns may not have the fifth starter's role for long, and fantasy owners should stay far away unless he makes huge strides quickly.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoIan Kennedy looks like he's brought 2016's difficulties with him into 2017. Against the Twins on Wednesday, Kennedy walked five batters in five innings while also striking out five. Kennedy logged the 19th most walks of qualified starters in 2016, and he needed the best strand rate of his career (83.1 percent) to keep his ERA under 4.00. Minnesota didn't provide him that luxury, as three of those runs came around to score, and he was handed his first loss of 2017. Kennedy was a popular sleeper this spring after posting a sparkling 1.40 ERA and 22/5 K/BB ratio during spring training, but he will probably serve as just another shining example of why spring training stats don't really matter.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoThe A's placed veteran John Axford on the 10-day disabled list and recalled Jesse Hahn. Axford is one of the many relievers on the A's who has closing experience and could eventually see himself in the mix for saves. However, his 3.97 ERA, 1.45 WHIP and three saves last year don't inspire a lot of confidence, and an early season DL stint won't help. Axford should not be owned except in deep leagues that count holds, and even then there are likely better options available. Hahn battled all offseason for a rotation spot but lost out to Andrew Triggs and Raul Alcantara. He will likely serve in a long-relief capacity and is not worth owning unless he finds his way into the rotation.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource: Oakland A's Twitter
3 years agoA day after manager Mike Scioscia announced that the Angels would employ a closer by committee, Cam Bedrosian threw a scoreless ninth inning and recorded one strikeout to earn the save in a victory over the A's. More importantly, Andrew Bailey was brought in in the eighth inning while the Angels were losing. Bailey threw a scoreless frame, and a Danny Espinosa three-run shot in the top of the ninth gave Bedrosian the save opportunity. It remains unclear exactly how the ninth inning will shake out in LA, especially after Huston Street returns from his lat injury. Consider yesterday's outing an indication that Bedrosian is the primary option for now. His 11.38 K/9 and 1.09 WHIP from a year ago indicate he has the tools to dominate in the late innings. Even if Bailey and Street steal a few opportunities early on, don't be surprised if Bedrosian runs away with the job as the season goes on. He should be owned as a high-upside closing option.--Andy Patton - RotoBallerSource:
3 years agoThe Golden State Warriors will rest Draymond Green tonight, as the team takes on the Phoenix Suns. Without him, Klay Thompson should be in for a big game. The Suns are a terrible defensive team, so Thompson is going to get a ton of open looks from deep. Expect him to earn 30 points easily, because Phoenix is a young an inexperienced team that doesn’t know how to defend a shooter like him.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: Anthony Slater
3 years agoBoth Kent Bazemore and Tim Hardaway JR might not be able to play tomorrow night against the Boston Celtics. If that happens, Dennis Schroder’s fantasy value should skyrocket. Without Bazemore and Hardaway, the majority of the scoring is going to come from him. I’d expect Schroder to get 27 points and nine assists easily, especially if both of Bazemore and Hardaway aren’t able to play.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: Chris Vivlamore
3 years agoAfter coming down with an illness, James Harden will return tonight as the Houston Rockets take on the Denver Nuggets. That should be music to fantasy owners’ ears. The Nuggets are one of the worst defensive teams in the league, so Harden should have himself a huge game because of that. Through his previous three outings, he’s averaging 33 points a game, 10 assists and eight rebounds against Denver. So don’t expect that to change when they meet up again today.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: Jonathan Feigen
3 years agoPaul Millsap is dealing with a knee injury that might keep him out of the Hawks' next game against Boston. But if he isn’t able to play, look for Dwight Howard to have himself a big game. Without Millsap, the bulk of the interior scoring duties are going to go to him, so place him in your starting lineups tomorrow if Millsap isn’t able to play.--Aaron S - RotoBallerSource: Chis Vivlamore

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