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4/20:Cleveland Indians first baseman/designated hitter Mike Napoli (knee) is done for the year after suffering a torn right ACL and meniscus. Napoli was playing at Triple-A Columbus when he suffered the injury. He will undergo surgery soon and won't be able to play again until the 2019 season. Napoli signed a minor league contract with Cleveland this season and will be a free agent at the end of the year.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Cleveland Indians on Twitter
4/20:St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Tommy Pham (groin) had an at-bat as a pinch hitter on Thursday, flying out. Fantasy owners were happy to see Pham get in the game, proving that he was indeed "fine" as he had said himself. Pham injured his groin on Wednesday but was forced to finish out the game because the Cardinals were out of position players. Harrison Bader started in his place on Thursday, but it looks like Pham could be back in the lineup for the weekend.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
4/20:Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Teoscar Hernandez will reportedly remain in the Major Leagues, even with the impeding return of designated hitter Kendrys Morales from the disabled list on Friday. The thought all along was that Hernandez would be sent back down once Morales returned, but he has simply played too well for a demotion. Through five games and 25 plate appearances, he’s slashing .375/.400/.708 with one home run, a triple, three doubles, five runs scored, six RBI, and one stolen base. We knew he was talented, but he’s filling up the box score more than anyone could have imagined. Knowing he’ll be staying with the big club, he’s worth an addition in the majority of leagues to see how long he can keep this up for.--Andrew Bua - RotoBallerSource: Shi Davidi
4/20:San Francisco Giants relief pitcher Derek Law has been sent down to Triple-A. Law was recently promoted to help the club eat up some innings in the bullpen, but he is no longer needed. Law gave up three runs (two earned) in two appereances. His demotion will open up a roster spot for Friday’s starter Jeff Samardzija.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Alex Pavlovic
4/20:Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez had himself a nice little series against Baltimore, and it's part of a larger stretch of nice games for the veteran slugger. Martinez notched two hits Thursday, and it was the third time in four days that he had a multi-hit effort. Martinez has now hit safely in five straight games and has reached safely in 11 games to bring his season average to .314. The power has been sparse up to this point, but he's just two years removed from a 27-homer campaign. Keep an eye on Martinez in deeper mixed leagues or in favorable DFS matchups.--Tyler Germain - RotoBallerSource: MLB
4/20:Detroit Tigers third baseman Jeimer Candelario absolutely dominated the Baltimore Orioles throughout their three-game set. In the series, Candelario was 8-for-12 with two homers and five RBI, bringing his season line to .284/.360/.556 with three home runs and eight RBI. Thursday's game was the most impressive of the three, as Candelario collected four hits and a walk to reach base in all five trips to the plate. He added a dinger and three RBI for good measure. Candelario is putting together a nice campaign thus far and is Detroit's everyday third baseman, so he provides some value in deeper mixed leagues and in AL-only formats.--Tyler Germain - RotoBallerSource: MLB
4/20:The Detroit Tigers have made a series of roster moves in preparation for Friday's doubleheader with Kansas City. Reliever Chad Bell has been sent to Triple-A Toledo and fellow relief arm Warwick Saupold has been recalled. In addition, the Tigers have called up outfield prospect Mike Gerber. Bell and Saupold are essentially non-factors from a fantasy perspective. Gerber is a highly-touted prospect in the Tigers system but is off to a slow start with Toledo, hitting .229 with two homers. Last year, Gerber managed an .869 OPS on the back of 14 homers and 26 doubles between all three minor league levels. He could see decent playing time and is one to watch in AL-only and dynasty leagues.--Tyler Germain - RotoBallerSource: Emily Waldon
4/20:After New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey allowed six runs and eight hits over six innings in a loss to the Braves, manager Mickey Callaway stated that he is uncertain whether Harvey would make his next start. The pitcher formerly known as the Dark Knight has been abysmal all season, pitching to an 0-2 record with a 6.00 ERA over four starts. Clearly the Mets patience has been waning, and Harvey could be bumped from the rotation altogether. With Jason Vargas (hand) set to return from the disabled list soon, there's a very good chance he could take Harvey's spot in the rotation. When asked how Harvey would feel about a move to the bullpen, he said that he is a starter and always has been. Perhaps New York could look to insert Vargas into the rotation by dealing Harvey to a team willing to take a flier on him. Harvey's spot in the rotation looks anything but safe and owners should be wary of an upcoming demotion.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Mike Puma
4/20:San Francisco Giants outfielder Mac Williamson will be promoted prior to Friday’s contest versus the Angels. Williamson has been an absolute hitting machine in Triple-A with a .487 batting average and six home runs in 39 at-bats. He is worth monitoring but will likely split time with Gregor Blanco and Gorkys Hernandez with Hunter Pence (thumb) likely to land on the disabled list.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Alex Pavlovic
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw went 1-for-2 with a run, an RBI and three walks in the 12-3 win over the Miami Marlins. Despite not tearing the cover off the ball for home runs like he usually does, Shaw has been quietly having a solid season. With the three walks on Thursday, he now brings his on-base percentage up to .345. His .267 batting average is also quite solid for the power hitter that he is, but his .427 slugging percentage could use some work. As the weather heats up, Shaw will most likely as well, and the home runs and doubles are sure to fly. Shaw should be owned in all formats.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun (calf) came off the bench and hit a three-run home run in the 12-3 win over the Miami Marlins. Braun sat this game out due to a lingering calf injury, however, his hitting did not look hindered at all. This home run also was a milestone, as he reached 1,000 career RBI on the shot. Just from this game alone, it seems almost certain that Braun will take part in the game against the Marlins on Friday. He should be owned in all formats, despite his slow start.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar went 3-for-5 with two runs, three RBI and two doubles in the 12-3 win over the Miami Marlins. The Brewers have been using Aguilar off the bench, and considering his splits against left-handed batters, they decided to give him the go ahead. Coming into this game, Aguilar was 5-for-11 this season against left-handed pitchers with a 1.327 OPS. Despite this great night, though, he won't necessarily get that much playing time behind Eric Thames and Ryan Braun on the depth chart at first base. However, they may consider platooning him against lefties instead of Braun. This game now brings Aguilar up to a .414 batting average and a 1.037 OPS in 29 at-bats this year.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
4/19:Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain went 3-for-4 with four runs, two RBI, a home run, a double and a walk in the 12-3 win over the Miami Marlins. Cain hasn't had a game with more than two hits since his torrid start to the season back on March 31, and he was only a triple away from the cycle. He hadn't necessarily been hitting as well as he was in the beginning of the season, as he entered this game with a .274 batting average after a .571 average in March. This game now brings him up to a .303 batting average and an .875 OPS, and he should be owned in all formats.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
4/19:Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chase Anderson went 5 1/3 innings pitched, giving up three runs, two walks and striking out three in the 12-3 win over the Miami Marlins. Anderson didn't exactly show a lights-out performance, as he gave up two home runs, both to Lewis Brinson, but he delivered a good enough performance to help the Brewers win. When Anderson exited the game, the score was only 5-3, so he did manage to pitch well enough for the win. This game brings him up to a 3.25 ERA with 21 strikeouts and a 2-1 record in 27 2/3 innings pitched this year, and he should be owned in the majority of formats.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource:
4/19:San Francisco Giants closer Mark Melancon (forearm) is expected to play catch in about a week. Melancon has yet to pitch this year and said in the spring that he did not feel 100 percent. With Hunter Strickland holding down the fort in the ninth inning and Melancon overcoming multiple injuries in his time with the Giants, the best-case scenario may be to bring him along slowly. Strickland will continue to have fantasy relevance until Melancon is back with the Giants.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Henry Schulman
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