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4/20:Texas Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar is returning to the lineup on Friday after missing two games with a concussion. He is playing shortstop and batting second against Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez. Profar has been underwhelming to start the year, hitting just .222 with two RBI and a stolen bases. However, he should start on most nights when he is healthy and should return to most fantasy lineups on Friday.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Rangers on Twitter
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers catcher Manny Pina was out doing pre-game base running with the Brewers athletic crew on Friday. Pina was placed on the 10-day DL on April 16 with calf tightness, and since then has been trying to get some running work in to recover. Brewers manager Craig Counsell said that they don't really have a schedule since his only issue is running, and when he gets that ability back, he will play. He is eligible to be activated from the DL next Monday, so stay tuned to see what will happen. In the meanwhile, Jett Bandy will get a majority of the starts with Jacob Nottingham backing him up.--Caden Inaba - RotoBallerSource: Adam McCalvy on Twitter
4/20:With the San Diego Padres sending Luis Perdomo to Triple-A, the team is in need of a starter for their Thursday game against the Rockies. According to's AJ Cassavell, that starter could be prospect Eric Lauer. Lauer is considered one of the best pitching prospects in San Diego's farm system and has proved why in 2018. Over three starts he has pitched to a 2-1 record with a 3.00 ERA and a 19/6 K/BB ratio. As the Padres continue to rebuild, calling Lauer up would give them an opportunity to see where he fits in their future. If he were to start Thursday, it would come at Coors Field, making him a shaky streaming option. However, as we've seen with teammate Joey Lucchesi, there's a chance Lauer could break out, meaning you should keep your eye on him if/when he gets recalled.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: AJ Cassavell
4/20:Chicago White Sox outfield prospect Luis Robert (thumb) will have his thumb checked out in Chicago next week. If everything checks out well then he will report to extended Spring Training. Robert had a nice Spring Training before suffering a sprained thumb and has a very bright future for the White Sox. He will likely start the season in Single-A once he is ready to roll. Despite being a few years away from the major leagues, he should be monitored in dynasty leagues.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Scot Gregor
4/20:After getting the call to the Major Leagues on Friday, Toronto Blue Jays shortstop/second baseman Lourdes Gurriel is in the starting lineup, hitting ninth, and playing second base. He gets the start in place of Devon Travis, who is out of the lineup after fouling a ball off his left foot on Thursday. Gurriel is certainly generating a lot of buzz at the moment, but we caution you to temper your expectations. He may have been crushing it to the tune of a .347/.382/.510 slash line at Double-A this season, but it comes off the strength of a great .364 BABIP when his career figure prior to this season was .246. He may very well carry his success over to the big leagues, but it’s far from a given.--Andrew Bua - RotoBallerSource: Baseball Press
4/20:Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis fouled a ball off his left foot on Thursday, and as such, is out of the lineup for Friday’s game against the New York Yankees. Rookie Lourdes Gurriel, making his Major League debut, gets the nod in Travis’ place. According to manager John Gibbons, there’s uncertainty about whether or not Travis would be available at all tonight. The fact that he can’t be ruled out completely, though, should indicate that he’s not seriously injured. Travis couldn’t be off to much of a worse start in 2018, slashing .149/.216/.170 with zero home runs, four runs scored, two RBI and zero stolen bases across 51 plate appearances.--Andrew Bua - RotoBallerSource: Gregor Chisholm
4/20:Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun is returning to the lineup on Friday after sitting out with a calf injury. While Braun hasn't started since Tuesday, he did come off the bench to hit a three-run home run on Thursday. He'll bat third on Friday against Marlins pitcher Trevor Richards and should be inserted in all leagues.--Dan Fappiano - RotoBallerSource: Brewers on Twitter
4/20:The New York Mets may not be committing to another start for starting pitcher Matt Harvey, but they haven’t made a decision on him yet, either. In the latest chapter of Harvey’s destruction, he was knocked around to the tune of six earned runs across six innings pitched, raising his ERA to a horrid 6.00. The questions about Harvey remaining in the rotation are only going to increase with Jason Vargas likely set to make his return (and Mets debut) late next week, meaning someone in the current rotation has to be displaced. Harvey will likely receive at least one more start, but if he falters yet again, he’s essentially making the Mets’ decision for them.--Andrew Bua - RotoBallerSource: Anthony DiComo
4/20:St. Louis Cardinals pitching prospect Jack Flaherty threw a complete game Thursday for Triple-A Memphis. Flaherty allowed two hits, struck out six and walked one batter. Flaherty got a taste of the big leagues earlier this season when Adam Wainwright was sidelined and didn’t disappoint. He has checked all the boxes and has nothing left to prove at the minor league level. He should get another opportunity and should be owned upon his arrival.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource:
4/20:Arizona Diamondbacks starter Zack Greinke was excellent on Thursday, giving up just one run on three hits and one walk over seven strong innings. The lone damage came off a Brandon Belt solo home run in the second inning. Despite striking out just two batters, this was easily Greinke's best start of the year and the first time he's made it through seven innings. His ERA is now at 4.13 and will fall closer to his career numbers in time. With the Diamondbacks off to a franchise best start, Greinke will be in line for plenty of wins this season.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: ESPN
4/20:Philadelphia Phillies outfield prospect Mickey Moniak picked up three hits Thursday evening. The former first overall pick in the 2016 draft, Moniak has struggled early in his career. Moniak is still just 19 and has a strong profile for contact hitting and defense. It will be a while until Moniak sees the big leagues and he has struggled early on for High-A Clearwater with a .200 batter average.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource:
4/20:New York Mets starting pitcher Jason Vargas continues to make his way back from a hand injury suffered during spring training; the next step in his recovery will come in the form of a rehab start for Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday. Assuming all goes well and he emerges from the rehab start unscathed, one would assume the Mets will call him up to the rotation next week. It remains to be seen, however, who Vargas displaces in the rotation. Zack Wheeler was the original no-brainer choice, but his better-than-expected results combined with the worsening of struggles of Matt Harvey seemingly makes the letter the obvious candidate. Vargas likely isn’t worth an add in most formats right away, though he could be worth some consideration in 14-team leagues or more.--Andrew Bua - RotoBallerSource: Tim Healey
4/20:Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Ketel Marte went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's win over the Giants. The solo shot was his first of the season and first hit in three games. Following a 10 game hit streak, Marte had gone hitless in his last 12 at-bats, before hitting the HR off Reyes Moronta. Despite the extended hitting streak, Marte's batting average sits at .237 which may prompt Torey Lovullo to move him out of the starting lineup for a more productive bat.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: ESPN
4/20:Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Carlos Rodon (shoulder) will begin throwing in extended Spring Training games Monday. Rodon has been progressing well and is targeting June as his return time. He is worth stashing if owners has the roster space to do so.--Daniel Burdeen - RotoBallerSource: Scott Merkin
4/20:Arizona Diamondbacks utility man Chris Owings was diagnosed with a head contusion following a collision with A.J. Pollock on Thursday. Manager Torey Lovullo says that Owings avoided a concussion and will be day-to-day while he is re-evaluated. If he misses any time, Jarrod Dyson would be the main beneficiary of increased playing time.--Jonathan Chan - RotoballerSource: Zach Buchanan
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