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4 years agoJordan Lyles pitched seven strong innings for the Rockies today against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday, scattering four hits and a walk while allowing an unearned run with four strikeouts. Lyles just isn't a fantasy commodity though thanks to his poor ratios and lackluster strikeout stuff, not to mention that he takes said mediocre skill set and has to pitch in Coors Field half of the time. The Reds are still a subpar offense and Lyles is still a major league level pitcher at the end of the day so this outing was possible. One just cannot rely on Lyles to ever deliver a line like this on any given day though, so don't bother.--Nick Mariano - RotoBaller
4 years agoTexas meets rival Houston for the first time this season on Tuesday night and Rangers left-hander Derek Holland will be starting on six days of rest after his scheduled outing Sunday was rained out. He is 7-11 with a 4.89 ERA in 26 career starts with six-plus days of rest. Holland didn't fare well against the Astros in 2015 as he was 0-1 with a 7.71 ERA in three starts. The Astros had 19 hits off him, including four homers, in 11.2 innings. Carlos Correa is 4-for-5 off Holland with two doubles and a homer. Carlos Gomez is 4-for-6 with a double. Jose Altuve hits .333 off him with four extra-base hits in 21 at-bats.--Payton
4 years agoOne reason the Mariners are struggling offensively this season has been the anemic bat of Kyle Seager. The former All-Star third baseman is hitting just .119 thus far with as many strikeouts (10) as total bases. Seager got Saturday off but it didn't solve anything as he was 0-for-4 Sunday against the Yankees. Seager hasn't had a hit since April 11. The Mariners open a series in Cleveland on Tuesday and Seager hit Indians pitching well last year, going 7-for-22 with a homer and five RBIs. He has never faced Tuesday's Indians starter, righty Carlos Carrasco. Seager is 3-for-22 against right-handers in 2016.--Payton
4 years agoWell that didn't take long. The "Socratic Method" didn't seem to work at the big league level as he hit .226 and didn't draw walks. Really the move comes as no surprise given that Chris Owings has held his own in center field. Brito can be safely dropped in all leagues that aren't dynasty leagues. That being said, he's worth monitoring because of his speed and contact skills. Hopefully things go better for Brito in his next go-around with the big league club.--Jorge
4 years agoGeovany Soto is clearly a distant second on the depth chart at catcher behind Carlos Perez, but he is worth a look when he gets the nod against lefties. Soto has kept an ISO over .200 in his career against southpaws, including a .228 mark in 57 at-bats last season. While his skill set remains limited, he certainly has the ability to put one in the seats against left-hander Carlos Rodon at U.S. Cellular Field.--Christopher Olson
4 years agoCervelli went 1-for-4 with a walk and a run scored Sunday, raising his slash line to .342/.458/.421. The Pittsburgh catcher has been hitting fifth in the line-up and has racked up six RBIs in 2016. Unfortunately, Cervelli is still searching for his first long ball. The 30-year old looks to be a top-10 catcher this year, but his lack of power prevents him from cracking the top-5.--Jason Vigotsky - RotoBaller
4 years agoAfter allowing four earned runs and issuing five walks his last time on the bump, Nicasio went six innings Sunday, allowing three earned runs and picking up the win. The Pittsburgh right-hander surrendered five hits, walked two, and struck out six. The starter boasts an impressive 10.20 K/9 through three starts, but his 6.2 SwStr% is pedestrian. A clearer picture of Nicasio should emerge after his next few starts. Nicasio’s next appearance is slated for Saturday in Arizona against the D-backs.--Jason Vigotsky - RotoBaller
4 years agoDJ LeMahieu tweaked his left groin on Friday which prompted his sitting on Saturday. He played on Sunday but is resting again on Monday in order to avoid this becoming a long-term issue. LeMahieu has come out of the gate hot to start the 2016 season, but anyone who has suffered a groin injury can tell you that it can really hinder things, especially when much of your value is tied up in your legs. LeMahieu's swing is compact and has led to great results in the past season or so, but those who are relying on him for Monday will need to find another option.--Nick Mariano - RotoBallerSource: Thomas Harding
4 years agoWith Roberto Osuna receiving the day off, Drew Storen was called upon in the ninth inning to close out the game Monday afternoon. Storen entered the contest with a three-run cushion but managed to surrender two runs on three hits, throwing 26 pitches in a scary ninth. Storen was able to strike out David Ortiz to seal the victory and earn himself a save for the first time this season. He has been inconsistent so far in 2016, one good appearance followed by a rocky one, but fantasy owners of Storen should continue plugging him in because of his ability to tally both saves and holds for a lineup.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoAfter two blown saves and two losses earlier in the season, Brett Cecil has bounced back and has pitched three scoreless innings over his last three appearances, earning a hold in his most recent against the Red Sox this afternoon. Cecil retired the side on 11 pitches, and lowered his ERA to 4.76 from when it skyrocketed during his early season blunders. Cecil is a perfect add for those in holds-leagues as he’ll likely enter a ton of games with leads thanks to Toronto’s dangerous offense.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoAfter getting demoted to eighth in the batting order from the leadoff spot, Kevin Pillar is six for his last seven as he inches closer to a respectable average early on in 2016. Pillar went 3-3 against the Red Sox Monday, scoring a run, and drawing a walk as well. His fantasy value has certainly plummeted since the start of the season but if dropping him in the order continues to wake him up, Pillar could very well find himself again at the top of the order. He recorded a valuable 25 stolen bases last season, but has only swiped one so far. With Pillar starting to reach base more, we can expect that number to see a boost as well.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoJose Bautista grounded into three, yes three, double plays on Monday, dropping his season average below .300 again. This was a simple hiccup for Bautista as he is still one of the top power threats in fantasy. It’s easy to ignore the three double plays considering Bautista’s line drive rate has more than doubled early in 2016, while his home run to fly ball rate is at 27.3%, 11 points higher than his career total. Of course both rates will drop, but big things are in store for Bautista in a contract year. Forget about this hiccup and look for a bounce-back game tomorrow.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoRussell Martin finally showed why he’s a value catcher for fantasy, driving in two runs against the Red Sox Monday afternoon. He has now picked up at least one hit in three straight games. His average sits at a dismal .108, but if Martin’s at-bats against Boston were indicative of anything it’s that he’s slowly starting to get comfortable again at the plate. His strikeout rate is at a bloated 43.9%, nearly 30 points higher than his career average, but that should decrease once he starts reaching base more. For those in leagues with owners who have already given up on Martin, it would be wise to give him a look if in need of a catcher. Look for Martin to build off of Monday’s performance.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoJ.A. Happ strikes again. Happ silenced the Boston Red Sox on Patriots Day Monday afternoon, throwing seven innings of one run ball. He struck out four, walked only one, and allowed an innocent four hits, lowering his ERA to an impressive 1.89 through three starts. He has remained consistent, pitching six innings in each of his two prior starts. Happ has likely been scooped up in most leagues of 12 to 14 teams, but is slowly becoming a hot commodity for fantasy. Toronto’s offense has still not fully clicked, so it will be even easier for Happ and the rest of the rotation to pick up wins when that happens.--Demetri - RotoBaller
4 years agoKenley Jansen is having another stellar year at the back of the Dodgers' bullpen, and picked up his fifth save of the season last night against the Giants. Jansen's strikeout numbers are down a but in his first five outings, but he's only given up two hits and no walks thus far. His strikeouts should increase as the season continues, and Jansen should be a regular in any rotation, as he's on pace for a career best in saves. The 28 year old hasn't had an ERA over 2.5 since making his major league debut in 2010, and there's no reason to think that won't continue.--Mark Powell
4 years agoKenta Maeda is proving to be one of the steals of the offseason thus far. The 28 year old Japanese import signed an eight year deal in the offseason for just under three million per year. It was thought that Maeda would have to wait his turn and acclimate to life as a MLB player before making a real impact on the Dodgers, but injuries forced him into the fold early. In 19 innings this season, Maeda has allowed just one run. For a pitcher that throws in the high 80's most of the time, he's a lot of fun to watch. Maeda shouldn't be available in most leagues, but still could be a buy-low option for some owners in need of pitching. Despite the great start, Maeda is still an unknown, and that should make him easier to acquire if the offer is right.--Mark Powell
4 years agoMired in a week-long slump that has seen him go 3 for his past 23, Phillies second baseman Cesar Hernandez has been dropped to the number seven spot in the batting order for tonight's contest against Noah Syndergaard and the New York Mets. Hernandez is hitting .262 on the season overall, buoyed mostly by a string of three consecutive multi-hit games against the same Mets team that he is facing tonight. None of those games came against Syndergaard, against whom Hernandez is 0-for-3 lifetime with a pair of strikeouts. Fantasy owners should consider benching Hernandez for tonight's game, but may want to re-activate him for the following two games, against Logan Verrett and Bartolo Colon.--Nick Schumacher - RotoBaller
4 years agoNormally when a player makes his way back from the DL, it's best to be patient as it'll likely take time for them to re-adjust to the MLB level. However, this has not been the case so far with Yasmani Gradal. The Dodger catcher registered two more hits yesterday and is batting .444 since his return to the lineup. His contributions have been a welcome sign for a Dodger team that is still struggling with injuries thus far. Grandal is owned in most fantasy league, and he's a solid #2 catcher or utility hitter in most 10-12 team leagues.--Mark Powell
4 years agoMired in a 3-for-34 slump to begin the 2016 season, Phillies outfielder Cedric Hunter was optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley before today's game against the New York Mets. Hunter was hitting only .088, with one home run on Opening Day, and one RBI. He had walked only twice against six strikeouts. Recalled in Hunter's stead is outfielder David Lough. Lough hit .201 in 84 games for Baltimore last season, with four home runs, 12 RBI, and a pair of steals. Lough had been hitting .280 (7-for25) with a double and a pair of runs batted in for Lehigh Valley. Manager Pete Mackanin will likely continue to use a rotation of corner outfielders that includes Lough, Peter Bourjos, and Tyler Goeddel. None of the three are viable fantasy options at the moment; unless one can prove themselves worthy enough to hold down a consistent starting spot, fantasy owners should leave all three players on waivers.--Nick Schumacher - RotoBaller
4 years agoNick Tropeano has thrown just 10.2 innings in two starts this season despite giving up only one run over that span. The results have been solid, but Tropeano's walk rate (3.4/9) and hard contact rate (31%) are on the rise to begin the campaign. While Tropeano still holds value due to his strikeout potential in a pitcher-friendly ballpark, he hasn't yet shown that he is reliable enough to be picked up in all formats.--Christopher Olson
4 years agoPhillies prospect Jorge Alfaro has been named the Eastern League (Double-A) Player of the Week for the week of 4/7 to 4/17. Alfaro, a catcher, hit an even .500 (18-for-36) with four doubles, a triple, a home run, and ten RBI. He notched at least one hit in each of the eight games he played for the Reading Fightin' Phils, and had multiple hits in seven of those eight games. The Colombian was rated as Philadelphia's sixth-best prospect at the beginning of the season, as well as the third overall prospect at catcher. Alfaro will likely not see major-league action until 2017, since the Phillies have Cameron Rupp and Carlos "Chooch" Ruiz at the major league level, but savvy fantasy owners who play in dynasty or keeper leagues should snatch Alfaro up if he is available. His hitting ability, combined with the position scarcity at catcher, make him a solid option in those formats.--Nick Schumacher - RotoBaller
4 years agoAlbert Pujols opened the scoring in the top of the first with a two-run shot, but was unable to notch another hit in the 12-inning affair against the Twins. Pujols has been productive of late despite his .196 batting average, as he has now homered in two of his last three games, while notching seven RBI over his last five contests. Owners who expected another 40-homer year from King Albert have likely set themselves up for disappointment, but he could comfortably reach 25-30 home runs if he is able to stay on the field. Pujols' .194 BABIP so far this season suggests that his batting average will begin to rise as well.--Christopher Olson
4 years agoAfter beginning his season with three shutout innings, Justin Grimm has now given up a run in each of his last two outings. Yesterday the 27-year-old right-hander came on in the ninth of a 1-0 game against the Rockies and served up a home run, doubling the deficit. Last year, Grimm became an important member of the bullpen, even earning some saves, but with stiff competition, he could be at risk of lowering his positioning. Expect Joe Maddon to give him some more chances in key spots, however.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
4 years agoAfter being forced to wait until the second week of the season to make his debut, Gio Gonzalez made his second consecutive productive start to begin the campaign. In seven innings of work against Philadelphia, Gonzalez only surrendered four hits and a run. He also walked two and struck out eight, but his offense only mustered one run while he was in the game. As a result, Gonzalez exited with a no-decision and the team would go on to lose in extras. The Nationals got off to their best start in franchise history and the strength of the rotation has been a major reason why.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
4 years agoMake that three straight solid starts for Jon Lester to start his season, although this one was the best of the trio. Pitching the series finale against the Rockies, Lester tossed seven innings and a third, giving up just four hits and one run. He walked two batters, but struck out 10 for the first time since last August. The one problem for the left-hander was his offense was unusually mediocre for the second time in three days, only managing a season-low three hits for the game. Lester’s best performance of the season resulted in his first loss of the season.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
4 years agoTrea Turner continues to make noise down with the Syracuse Chiefs of the Triple-A International League. In seven games this past week, he hit .433 with 13 hits, six runs, a home run and even a couple of stolen bases, being named Player of the Week. Turner is in the top four of nearly all the hitting categories of the IL, seemingly to nobody's surprise. At what point do we begin to argue that the Nationals are wasting him in the minors?--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
4 years agoKetel Marte is now hitting .195/.244/.195 after going 0-for-3 on Sunday afternoon. Marte's biggest asset is his speed, and a lack of getting on base has resulted in just one stolen base. Hitting lower in the order isn't helping Marte's cause, either. The biggest thing going for Marte is the fact that he doesn't have any real competition at shortstop after the Mariners shipped Brad Miller to Tampa Bay this offseason. For now, you can hang on to him and see if he turns it around, but be prepared to drop him for viable waiver-wire options.--Gurminder Singh - RotoBaller
4 years agoAfter recording five quick saves in the first two weeks of the season, Jonathan Papelbon failed yesterday against his former club. Coming on in the bottom of the 10th after Washington took a 2-1 lead against the Phillies, Papelbon got off to a positive start. After retiring the initial batter, however, he got into trouble, giving up two doubles that scored two runs. This was the first time this season that Papelbon conceded more than two hits in an outing. There doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with the 35-year-old, so consider this simply as a singular event for now.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBaller
4 years agoHisashi Iwakuma squared off against former teammate Masahiro Tanaka and his New York Yankees on Sunday, and came up just short. Iwakuma struggled early on, but rebounded nicely to toss seven innings, allowing eight hits, four runs, two walks and three strikeouts. Iwakuma is 0-2 with a 4.50 ERA and 1.56 WHIP in three starts, but he's pitched better than his numbers indicate. Despite the subpar numbers, Iwakuma is a must-own in fantasy, and patience with him should pay off.--Gurminder Singh - RotoBaller
4 years agoThe duo, and eventual trio, working at the back end of the Yankees bullpen, is a scary one. But a set-up man/closer combination in baseball is only as good as its first line of defense. Dellin Betances has shown why he’s quite possibly the best set-up man in baseball, and a future dominant closer for years to come. The Yankees minor and streaky success this season can be attributed mainly to the bullpen, starting with Betances’ 0.00 ERA and 15 strikeouts. Betances pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday, also striking out the side, on 13 pitches. Sunday’s game was a small preview of what can be throughout the 2016 campaign for the Yankees, and the bullpen, and Betances, will only get better once Aroldis Chapman returns in May.--Demetri - RotoBaller

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