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10/17:Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez (ankle) has likely had his season ended after Tuesday's NLCS Game 4. Following allowing a run in the first inning, Gonzalez jumped to try to snag a batted ball by Yasiel Puig in the second inning. Upon landing, Gonzalez rolled his ankle and winced. After trying to work it out and warm up again, he was taken out of the game with no out in the bottom of the second inning. It was confirmed that he had a high ankle sprain so it looks like he will be removed from the roster for the NLCS. This would end his season since the rules say that if a player is removed from a series due to medical reasons, he is ineligible for the next series (which in this case would be the last possible series of the season).--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Adam McCalvy on Twitter
10/16:Boston Red Sox infielder Eduardo Nunez (ankle) was taken out of Game 3 of the American League Championship Series against the Astros on Tuesday in the fourth inning after twisting his ankle. Rafael Devers replaced him at third base. It was an aggravation of an injury that occurred on the last play of the Division Series last week. The injury isn't believed to be serious, but Devers is likely to start at third base in Game 4 on Wednesday. Nunez had a single in two plate appearances before being pulled. Devers has four hits in just 10 at-bats with two RBI in three games this postseason, so he'll be in play as a DFS sleeper if he gets the start Wednesday against Astros starter Charlie Morton.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Mass Live - Chris Cotillo
Next Matchup:   10/23  |  vs. LAD   |  8:09 PM ET
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10/16:Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale (illness) told the team that he's "good enough" to pitch but did not throw a bullpen session before Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Tuesday. He will attempt to throw one on Wednesday before the team determines if he'll start in Game 6 on Thursday in Houston. Sale was uncharacteristically wild in his start in Game 1 last Friday and was then admitted to a hospital over the weekend for a stomach issue. Even if he's able to go on Thursday, fantasy owners should be wary of using him at a high price tag in DFS.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Boston Globe - Pete Abraham
10/16:Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez (ankle) left the Game 4 start in the second inning of the National League Championship Series against the Dodgers on Tuesday after rolling his ankle. The left-hander was unlikely to stay in the game much longer as the opener, but this will put a real strain on Milwaukee's bullpen in this one. Freddy Peralta relieved Gonzalez. The southpaw hadn't recorded an out in the second inning and allowed a run on two hits and a walk in his lone inning of work in the first inning.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Sports Illustrated
10/16:St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Marcell Ozuna (shoulder) will visit with a specialist in Los Angeles in late October to determine the next course of action for his injured right shoulder. Ozuna was somewhat of a disappointment in his first season with the Cardinals after hitting 37 bombs and hitting .312 with Miami in 2017. In 148 games this year, Ozuna slashed .280/.325/.433 with 23 homers, 88 RBI and 69 runs scored. He still remains a second or third fantasy outfielder capable of putting up big numbers in his second season in St. Louis. He's not expected to need surgery on his shoulder, so he should be fine for spring training.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: St. Louis Post-Dispatch - Derrick Goold
10/16:Los Angeles Dodgers infielder David Freese and second baseman Brian Dozier are both in the starting lineup for Game 4 of the National League Championship Series against Brewers left-hander Gio Gonzalez on Tuesday. Freese is at first base and is batting third, while Dozier is at the keystone and is batting fifth. Joc Pederson, Cody Bellinger and Max Muncy will start on the bench. Freese hit much better against lefties this year and is 6-for-19 in his career against Gonzalez, but he may leave the game early in favor of Muncy. Dozier has a hit in six career at-bats against Gonzalez and hit just .209/.330/.313 with two of his 21 homers against lefties in 2018. He, too, could come out of the game early once Gonzalez leaves this game.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Baseball Press
Next Matchup:   10/23  |  @ BOS    (Chris Sale - LHP)   |  8:09 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   ---
10/16:Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Jonathan Schoop and catcher Manny Pina are starting in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series against Dodgers left-hander Rich Hill on Tuesday. Travis Shaw and Erik Kratz will start on the bench. Schoop is hitting sixth and Pina is batting seventh. Schoop is making his first start in the series and is 0-for-8 with four strikeouts against Hill in his career. Pina has two hits in five at-bats off the southpaw. Both players will be long shots in DFS formats Tuesday.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Baseball Press
10/16:Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello will start Game 4 of the American League Championship Series against the Astros in Houston on Wednesday. Porcello has been effective out of the bullpen for short stints this postseason, and he also held the Yankees to one run on four hits in five innings in Game 4 of the Division Series. He faced the Astros twice in the regular season and had a 4.50 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 8.3 K/9 over 12 innings. Still, starting him on the road against a potent offense will be a risk for DFS owners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Hunter Atkins
10/16:The Los Angeles Angels are opting out of their contract with Angels stadium. Club president John Carpino said the team is hoping to find ways to improve the fan experience and that they are looking at all options. It is unclear what this means for the Angels long-term, but it shouldn't have a huge impact on the team in the short-term.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Maria Guardado
10/16:Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman will lead the offensive charge against the Red Sox in Game 3 of the ALCS Tuesday night. Bregman is hitting .417 this postseason and is an excellent play in DFS playing at Minute Maid Park. Bregman already is 3-for-6 at home in the playoffs with two home runs. During the regular season, the 24-year-old dominated the competition, slashing .299/.414/.554 with 16 home runs and 27 doubles in 294 at-bats. Bregman is the best fantasy play among Houston hitters for Game 3's action.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Houston Astros
10/16:Houston Astros starter Dallas Keuchel will take the ball Tuesday night in Game 3 of the ALCS against the Red Sox. The impending free agent will head to the mound with plenty to prove to prospective teams that he is a big-game pitcher. Keuchel was pulled after 3 2/3 innings in his only postseason start this season despite allowing only one run. Keuchel has been solid this season for the Astros but is only 4-6 with a 3.90 ERA pitching at Minute Maid Park this season. Expect the Astros to head to the bullpen if Keuchel finds trouble early and it is hard envisioning the left-hander pitching past the fifth inning Tuesday night.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Houston Astros
10/16:Houston Astros outfielder Tony Kemp will start in left field and hit ninth against the Red Sox Tuesday night in Game 3. Kemp gets the start against right-hander Nathan Eovaldi and Kemp is 2-for-5 against righties in the postseason thus far. In 184 at-bats this season against right-handed pitching, Kemp is slashing .261/.357/.413 with six home runs, 13 doubles and a 28:25/K:BB ratio. The speedy outfielder does not possess a lot of power but the Astros are hoping he will provide a spark at the bottom of the order. There are better options to select from than Kemp for Tuesday's DFS action.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Houston Astros
10/16:Houston Astros outfielder George Springer will hit leadoff and face Red Sox right-handerĀ Nathan Eovaldi Tuesday night in Game 3. Springer is swinging a hot bat, slugging .909 through 22 postseason at-bats with two doubles and three home runs. Springer is 1-for-3 this season against Eovaldi with one home run and will be an excellent offensive option in DFS for Tuesday's tilt.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: Houston Astros
10/16:Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve (knee) is hitting second and serving as the designated hitter for Game 3 of the American League Championship Series against Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi on Tuesday. Infielder Marwin Gonzalez (back, neck) is at second base and is hitting fifth, while Tony Kemp is in left field and is batting ninth. Altuve is 5-for-15 with two homers and three RBI in his career off of Eovaldi. He's always a strong DFS pick, but his nagging knee injury may cause owners to think twice. Gonzalez has been on fire this postseason and also remains a strong selection. Kemp is a light-hitting speedster with very little DFS upside while hitting ninth.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Baseball Press
10/16:Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw struck again Monday in NLCS Game 3. After impacting Game 2 with a homer off a lefty, which was rare for Shaw, he got to face a righty Monday. He would take advantage with a triple off the wall in the sixth inning, which lead to him scoring the second run of the game off a wild pitch. The Brewers would go on to win 4-0. Shaw has much better results batting against right-handed pitchers this season so it is worth checking out who the starting pitcher and possible key relievers are for the opposing team when contemplating whether to start Shaw or not.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource:
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