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5/29:San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford had failed to get single hit in nine at-bats versus Braves starter R.A. Dickey. He only managed one on Sunday, but it, along with another groundout, scored three runs in the Giants' 7-1 victory. Crawford's on-base percentage still sits below .300, however, so any upside here is minimal.--Mario Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Giants Website
5/29:What blisters? Less than a week after blisters gave San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Johnny Cueto problems, he showed on Sunday why he can, at times, be among the game's most dominant starters. Cueto gave up one run on six hits while walking one and striking out eight. It was a far cry from his last four starts which saw him with a 4.33 and 0-3 record. Given his recent track record, he's a great buy-low target for savvy players.--Mario Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Giants Website
5/29:San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner will begin a throwing program on Friday, according to manager Bruce Bochy. The plan is for Bumgarner to make five rehab starts before returning to big league action. Bumgarner injured his shoulder in a freak dirt-bike accident earlier this season and won't likely be back until after the All-Star break. Before his injury, he was sitting on a 3.00 ERA and searching for his first win. Owners who drafted him in the early rounds are surely eyeing his healthy return with more than anticipation. Keep him stashed everywhere.--Marioread more...
5/29:Washington Nationals starting pitcher Joe Ross seemed to be righting the ship in his last outing versus the Mariners. The young hurler had been sent down to Triple-A to work on his mechanics, and there were high hopes for Sunday's outing versus the light-hitting Padres, who had already struck out 31 times in the first two games of the series. But Ross was unable to record an out in the fifth inning, and the Padres went 12-for-24 against him. He gave up five earned runs, walked one and struck out four. He'll try to recover in Oakland nextread more...
5/29:San Diego Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe went 2-for-4 and stole his second base of the year against Washington on Sunday, continuing his recent streak of success. Renfroe is batting .333 with a pair of homers in his last 10 games. His season stats are still somewhat disappointing (.237/.294/.441, nine home runs, 20 RBI) considering his pedigree, but he is the type of hitter who can mash at any time. Renfroe and the Padres will take on the Cubs for a three-game set beginning on Monday.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
5/29:It seems San Diego Padres manager Andy Green was true to his word about not committing firmly to one guy in the ninth-inning role. Closer Brandon Maurer was back earning the save opportunity on Sunday, giving him six on the season. Relief pitcher Brad Hand, who picked up a pair of saves last week, earned a hold with a scoreless eighth. This situation will continue to be frustrating for fantasy owners, but it seems both relievers could be viable sources of saves for the time being and warrant owning in any format that counts saves.read more...
5/29:Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco has come back with a vengeance since returning from the disabled list on Thursday. Polanco hit a solo shot off Mets starter Matt Harvey on Sunday, marking his second in three games. He now owns a slash line of .265/.340/.417 with three home runs and 11 RBI over 132 at-bats. The time off may have done wonders for Polanco, who participated in the World Baseball Classic for the Dominican Republic and has been banged up since the spring. There could still be a buy-low window considering his paltry season totals.--read more...
5/29:Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow didn't walk a single Met on Sunday, but it didn't help the end result. Glasnow gave up five earned runs on eight hits in five innings while striking out three batters. He now owns a 2-4 record and a 6.95 ERA on the season. There is still plenty of untapped potential in the 6-foot-8 right-hander, but there are too many mechanical issues that need to be worked out before he is remotely trustworthy in shallow fantasy leagues.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
5/29:Miami Marlins shortstop J.T. Riddle got his first taste of the leadoff spot on Sunday and seemed to like it quite a bit. Riddle finished with two hits, a home run, three RBI and two runs on the day. He was called up on May 8 and has been filling in for Adeiny Hechavarria (oblique) at shortstop. Riddle isn't likely to take the starting job away from the slick-fielding Hechavarria, but he could make a case to stick on the 25-man roster as a utility infielder if he keeps hitting close to hisread more...
5/29:Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton wasted no time getting the Marlins on the board in Sunday's game, jacking a solo home run in the first inning. He finished 3-for-5 on the day, raising his average to .280 this season. Stanton is rebounding from a mini-funk to hit .372 in the last 10 games. Today represented the fourth time in the last week he's collected three hits in a game. He seems to be responding well to the second spot in the lineup. Stanton is batting .417 in 24 at-bats at the No. 2 position. On Monday, heread more...
5/28:New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda has been scorching hot as of late, and he continued that throughout the Mets series in Pittsburgh this weekend. While he didn’t hit .500 like he did in the Amazins' series against San Diego a few days ago, he came pretty close. Duda finished the series 5-for-13 with two home runs, three doubles, four runs scored, and four RBI. That included a long ball in the Mets’ 7-2 victory on Sunday night to claim the series. It took the 31-year-old first baseman some time, but he is certainly swinging aread more...
5/28:By now, you’re probably sick of hearing about how bad New York Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey has been. Harvey is too, apparently, and did his best to change that on Sunday in Pittsburgh. Harvey pitched six innings and allowed only one earned run on six hits and two walks while striking out four. His only blemish was a solo show allowed to outfielder Gregory Polanco in the second inning. The quality start was only Harvey’s fourth of the season and his first since April 21. The important thing here is how comfortable he lookedread more...
5/28:Much like teammate Steven Matz, New York Mets pitcher Seth Lugo experienced a ton of success in his latest (and potentially last) rehab outing. Over six innings pitched for Double-A Binghamton on Sunday, Lugo allowed three runs on eight hits and two walks while striking out seven. Fifty-five of Lugo’s 79 pitches were thrown for strikes. Lugo has been hoping to avoid Tommy John surgery by rehabbing an elbow injury suffered during the World Baseball Classic, and so far, so good. The 27-year-old righty could rejoin the Mets in roughly a week with Matz,read more...
5/28:Most of the time when rehabbing pitchers start to fine tune their stuff in minor league games, the results aren’t all that noteworthy for a variety of reasons. The results for New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz on Sunday, however, were very significant. Pitching for the Mets’ Triple-A affiliate in Las Vegas, Matz pitched five perfect innings while striking out eight without walking a batter. The salivating has begun. We’ve heard it time and time again -- Matz’s talent rivals some of the best pitchers in baseball, but the guy has simply not stayed healthy inread more...
5/28:For the second consecutive season, Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin has gotten off to a much slower start than fantasy owners hoped for. Also for the second consecutive season, he’s starting to play better as we near the end of May. Martin picked up two singles in a 3-1 loss to the Rangers on Sunday, extending his hitting streak to three games. He’s now picked up at least one base knock in seven of his last eight games. Unfortunately, he hasn’t hit for any power and only picked up one walk over that time, so despiteread more...
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