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1 min agoSan Diego Padres catcher Francisco Mejia (oblique) has been activated from the 10-day injured list on Tuesday. Mejia went down in late August with a right oblique strain. Austin Hedges will draw the start behind the plate and bat eighth versus righty Brandon Woodruff. Hedges does not have any DFS appeal here, so go ahead and avoid him. It's unclear how much Mejia is going to play down the stretch.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: CBS Sports
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ MIL    (Brandon Woodruff - RHP)   |  7:40 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,200
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5 mins agoPittsburgh Pirates first baseman Josh Bell (groin) is out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Seattle Mariners. Bell has not played since September 13 due to a groin issue. The Pirates are going to give him as much time as he needs to recover since they aren't playing for anything. Jose Osuna will draw the start at first base and bat cleanup versus righty Marco Gonzales. Osuna appears to be breaking out of his slump, but still doesn't have much upside for DFS contests.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  vs. SEA    (Marco Gonzales - LHP)   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $7,500
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9 mins agoPittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte (wrist) remains out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Seattle Mariners. Marte sprained his wrist over a week ago and still remains sidelined. It's unclear whether or not Marte will even suit up again for Pittsburgh this season. Erik Gonzalez will bat seventh and play center field versus lefty Marco Gonzales. Gonzalez doesn't have much upside with the bat, so he won't have DFS appeal on Tuesday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  vs. SEA    (Marco Gonzales - LHP)   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,800
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14 mins agoDetroit Tigers third baseman Jeimer Candelario (triceps) has been scratched from the starting lineup on Tuesday against the Cleveland Indians. Candelario is dealing with triceps soreness, so the team will likely give him a day or two off to rest. Dawel Lugo will draw the start at third base and bat seventh versus righty Adam Plutko. Lugo doesn't have much upside with the bat, so he can be avoided here.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Evan Woodbery
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ CLE    (Adam Plutko - RHP)   |  7:10 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,300
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17 mins agoMinnesota Twins outfielder Max Kepler (rest) is out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Chicago White Sox. Kepler is likely getting the night off to rest because of the left-handed starter on the mound. Ryan LaMarre will draw the start in center field and bat ninth versus lefty Ross Detwiler. LaMarre hasn't done much with the bat this season, so go ahead and avoid him in DFS contests.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  vs. CHW    (Ross Detwiler - LHP)   |  7:40 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,700
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20 mins agoCleveland Indians outfielder Franmil Reyes (personal) has been scratched from the starting lineup against the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday. Manager Terry Francona confirmed that Reyes is missing the game due to a personal family matter. Jake Bauers will serve as the designated hitter and bat fifth versus righty Zac Reininger. Bauers has one hit in his last 11 at-bats, so he's not a reliable fantasy option here.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Mandy Bell
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  vs. DET    (Zac Reininger - RHP)   |  7:10 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,500
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24 mins agoSan Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey (hip, back) is out of the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Boston Red Sox. Posey is battling a sore right hip and is also suffering from back tightness. Stephen Vogt will draw the start behind the plate and bat cleanup versus righty Nathan Eovaldi. Vogt isn't worth a look in DFS contests, but hopefully Posey will be able to return within the next few days.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Kerry Crowley
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ BOS    (Nathan Eovaldi - RHP)   |  7:10 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,700
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27 mins agoTampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Blake Snell (elbow) has been activated from the 10-day injured list and will draw the start against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday. Snell missed almost two months of action after having arthroscopic surgery on his left elbow. He pitched well during his rehab outing on Thursday, but is expected to only go possibly three or four innings in this one. DFS players should look at other options on Tuesday, but possibly take a look at Snell during his next turn.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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30 mins agoLos Angeles Dodgers pitcher Caleb Ferguson will serve as the opener for Tuesday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Ross Stripling was expected to be scratched from this outing, but will actually come in out of the bullpen behind Ferguson. Stripling should be able to pitch around four or five innings in this one. However, DFS players should still probably look elsewhere for a reliable option since Stripling could be limited.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Ken Gurnick
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9 hours agoKansas City Royals starting pitcher Jakob Junis looks to be done for 2019. Manager Ned Yost told reporters on Monday that the 27-year-old pitcher is starting to fatigue, so he's making a lot of mistakes. Junis is tied for the American League lead in starts made this season at 31. It's been a long season for the third-year player. His 5.24 ERA isn't pretty, his 1.43 WHIP is atrocious, and his strikeout rate of 8.42 was pretty much in line with last season while his walk rate bumped up more than 0.5 per nine innings. It's unlikely he'll be a recommended play for fantasy owners next season unless some type of dramatic improvement occurs over the winter.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: Chris Haft
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9 hours agoKansas City Royals relief pitcher Ian Kennedy did it. He reached the 30-save plateau in his first season as the team's closer, and he once again reminded all fantasy owners to never pay for saves and don't ignore closers on bad teams. Kennedy has now recorded saves in five straight appearances while allowing a total of three hits over the span. He continues to rock a strikeout rate over 10, his 3.28 ERA is excellent, and he's almost assuredly helping a number of teams in their push to win their league's playoffs. He's also made it a lot easier for Kansas City to swallow the last year of his $14M per year contract next season.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
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9 hours agoKansas City Royals veteran outfielder Alex Gordon smacked a two-run single in the top of the fifth inning on Monday to tie the game and help the team eventually take the win. It was a nice change of pace for the longtime Royal, as he's finishing out another mediocre (at best) season with the team. Gordon has continued to be a stud in left field, racking up seven more assists this season, but his offensive degradation has continued. He's become a smarter hitter, so at least his batting average isn't entirely in the toilet at .264, but he's on pace to finish with less than 15 home runs and less than 10 stolen bases for the fourth time in five years.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ OAK    (Brett Anderson - LHP)   |  10:07 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,000
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9 hours agoKansas City Royals speedster Adalberto Mondesi may have missed a month of the season with a separated shoulder, but that hasn't stopped him from achieving one speed-based milestone for the organization. Mondesi smacked his 10th triple of the season on Monday night, becoming the first Royals player with double-digit triples in 16 years. The feat was last accomplished by Carlos Beltran in 2003. The injury certainly hindered Mondesi's season-long performance, but he's still going to finish the year with about 10 home runs, 10 triples, and 40 stolen bases while hitting around .270. That's an impressive year in just about every league, and fantasy owners should be drooling about his potential from here. He's still only 23 years old.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ OAK    (Brett Anderson - LHP)   |  10:07 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $7,000
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9 hours agoKansas City Royals slugger Jorge Soler hit a bomb way over the center field wall in the top of the fourth inning in Oakland on Monday night to catch Mike Trout in the American League home run race. With Trout out for the season, Soler's mammoth blast may help him write another piece of Royals history, as he's likely to be the first member of the organization to ever win a home run crown. Soler's nearest active competition in the AL are Gleyber Torres and Nelson Cruz, who are both at 37 home runs. It's been a wonderful season for Soler as he's reminded everyone why he was a sought-after prospect. He's certainly bloomed now.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  @ OAK    (Brett Anderson - LHP)   |  10:07 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,000
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20 hours agoSt. Louis Cardinals outfielder Marcell Ozuna drove in four runs on Monday, providing all of the offense for starting pitcher Dakota Hudson and the Cardinals. Ozuna went 2-for-4 with a home run and a double, scoring a run and raising his slash line to .252/.332/.495. The home run was his 28th of the season, and the double was his 21st. It's been a hot and cold streaky season for Ozuna, but he's been solid overall. Ozuna is most valuable on fantasy teams with managers who can stay on top of his hot and cold streaks, but is a solid enough outfielder in most formats.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
Next Matchup:   9/17  |  vs. WSH    (Patrick Corbin - LHP)   |  7:45 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,800
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