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7/25:Giancarlo Stanton crushed two more home runs on Monday as he continues to destroy the baseball in the month of July. The two homers gave Stanton 32 for the season, the most in the National League, and 11 in July. He's hammering the ball at an alarming rate and is showing everyone why he was such a coveted draft pick this year. In addition to leading the Senior Circuit in long balls, Stanton remains in the top-10 in slugging percentage, runs scored and OPS.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: espn.com
7/24:San Diego shortstop Erick Aybar suffered a fractured foot after fouling a pitch off it on Friday. It appears his season may be over, although a mid-September return is possible. The Padres still haven't called up anyone to replace his position, choosing to go with nine relievers, but that will change with today's trade. The team has open spots and could very well use one on an infielder. For now, Rule 5 pick Allen Cordoba is filling in at shortstop. Cordoba is hitting .225 with three home runs and 13 RBIread more...
7/24:Adam Jones' bat is officially ALIVE. He went 3-for-5 on Monday night, clubbing a solo homer and scoring another run later that helped put the game out of reach. His batting average keeps moving upward - it's at .278 now. Ride him while he's hitting like this, folks.--Michael Griffin - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
7/24:OK. Kevin Gausman turned in his second straight strong outing, going six innings and giving up no runs while striking out eight and walking three. Let's not get ahead of ourselves. He's done this before, having two very good starts... and then getting the daylights pounded out of him in the subsequent ones. There's a reason that he's still got a 5.79 ERA even after Monday's effort. It might be a good idea to sit him for his next start, which will likely be against the Rangers. Yeah. Sit him out for that one and seeread more...
7/24:A's starter Chris Smith threw his third straight quality start in place of Jharel Cotton (blister) on Monday, going six innings and giving up three runs on six hits and three walks. He struck out two. The 36-year-old Smith is still looking for his first MLB win since 2008, but his performance in the rotation has been stellar so far. He now sits with a 3.32 ERA and a 1.11 WHIP across 19 innings. His time in the rotation may be limited, as Cotton is expected to be back soon and could sendread more...
7/24:A's third baseman Matt Chapman homered for the third game in a row on Monday, going 1-for-3. Chapman has now homered five times in his last nine games. He does not provide much else, as he is hitting .211 on the year with only nine RBI and a poor 27:5 K:BB ratio. However, those in deep mixed and AL-only formats should take a look at Chapman, as he can be a cheap source of power and should be in the lineup each game going forward as the A's give their younger guys a chance in theread more...
7/24:Tampa Bay Rays infielder Rickie Weeks Jr was activated off the disabled list and then released from the organization. In other news, Tampa Bay added Sergio Romo to their activate roster which necessitated a corresponding move. The move was to option Andrew Kittredge to the minors. Weeks is not much of a fantasy consideration.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times on Twitter
7/24:Atlanta will fill Jaime Garcia's Wednesday rotation spot with young arm Aaron Blair. This will mark Blair's season debut at the top level after a disappointing stint last year. Appearing in 15 games during 2016, teams found regular success in elevating his misplaced pitches. Those struggles have persisted into the minors this system. As a result, Lucas Sims is the more likely long-term option. Sims, a former first round pick, has always given up strong contact, but makes up for it with a career 9.16 K/9.--Michael Collinsread more...
7/24:The Padres dealt a trio of pitchers to Kansas City on Monday, ending much speculation about their landing spot. Closer Brandon Maurer, reliever Ryan Buchter, and starter Trevor Cahill will be on the way to the Royals in exchange for Matt Strahm, Travis Wood, and Esteury Ruiz. There could be more movement on the way, as Brad Hand is still on the block. Strahm could fill in for Cahill in the rotation or serve asread more...
7/24:The Kansas City Royals and San Diego Padres are nearing a trade that would send the Royals closer Brandon Maurer, starting pitcher Trevor Cahill and reliever Ryan Buchter in exchange for pitchers Travis Wood and Matt Strahm and a prospect. Maurer doesn't have excellent numbers (5.72 ERA, 1.19 WHIP) but does have 20 saves for the Friars. Unfortunately, he'd likely lose most of his fantasy value with this move, as he'd probably serve as a setup man to closer Kelvin Herrera.read more...
7/24:Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen was the subject of trade rumors all offseason heading into 2017. That hasn't changed yet and won't until the trade deadline passes, but club officials are saying they are leaning toward keeping Cutch - for now. There has been no commitment toward picking up the team option for 2018, which means he may not be a Pirate beyond this season. In the short-term, McCutchen has tremendous value as he remains one of the hottest hitters on the planet, batting .377 with more walks (17) than strikeouts (12) in the pastread more...
7/24:St. Louis Cardinals infielder Matt Carpenter was removed from Sunday's game and is not in the starting lineup for Monday's, but he should be back on the field for Tuesday's contest. Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said Carpenter was dealing with a dehydration issue.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Ben Fred on Twitter
7/24:The Astros have targeted Friday or Saturday for ace Dallas Keuchel to make his return to the rotation, according to mlb.com. Keuchel is looking to return from his second disabled list stint with a pinched nerve in his neck and he is currently 9-0 with a 1.67 ERA. Keuchel has been rehabbing the injury and it appears that the Astros coaching staff will put a pitch count on him right out of the gate for his first start. Another pitcher who has also recently rejoined the rotation, Collin McHugh, will pitch on theread more...
7/24:MLB.com reports that the Mariners have entered into the mix to acquire Oakland pitcher Sonny Gray. The Mariners have already been active in the trade market, acquiring pitchers David Phelps from the Marlins and Marco Gonzales from the Cardinals over the past week. Many believe that the Mariners are positioning themselves to compete this season but, more importantly, to hit the ground running next season. Gray currently has many suitors looking to acquire his services heading towards the deadline on July 31st.--Joey C - RotoBallerSource: read more...
7/24:Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Chad Bettis felt physically strong in his rehab outing with Triple-A Albuquerque on Sunday despite giving up three runs on six hits while walking two and striking out four in 2 2/3 innings (62 pitches). He's next scheduled for five innings or 75 to 80 pitches on Friday, and his rehab period runs through August 13. Bettis is recovering from testicular cancer, providing another feel-good story in baseball this year. He struggled to a 4.79 ERA in 2016 but finished strong and could provide the Rockies with rotation depth next month. However,read more...
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