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1 hour agoKansas City Royals starting pitcher Brad Keller was on a roll through three innings in Cleveland, but an hour-long rain delay shut that down. Keller threw three shutout innings with four strikeouts before the rains came, and though he left with the lead, it was quickly coughed up by his replacement. Keller's strong start comes on the heels of a shellacking at the hands of the Mariners, but Keller usually lives in the mediocre-start range. He'll throw a real stinker once in a while as well as a gem from time to time, but he's mostly the epitome of a No. 3 or No. 4 starter. He'll get to face the struggling Blue Jays this weekend, and he's a decent spot start for that chance.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
1 hour agoKansas City Royals utility man Whit Merrifield became the first player in the majors to reach 100 hits this season when he knocked a single in the sixth inning of Monday night's game in Cleveland. Merrifield also cranked his 11th home run of the year to left, though his team would fall in extra innings. Merrifield's posting another strong season, hitting .303 with 11 homers, 11 stolen bases, and 56 runs scored so far, putting him on pace for a 20/20 season without too much trouble. That said, it looks like the days of 40+ steals were short-lived while Merrifield's power has increased.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  @ CLE    (Shane Bieber - RHP)   |  7:10 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,800
2 hours agoColorado Rockies closer Wade Davis got to watch three different teammates give up walk-off home runs during the team's three-game series in LA, but he took charge and finished off Monday's game without drama. Handed a two-run lead in the ninth in San Francisco, Davis took care of his three batters in order, drawing a pair of ground balls to finish it off. Davis recently went through a protracted four-game meltdown, but he seems to have bounced back from it, and he's now thrown two scoreless innings in a row. His walk rate remains sky-high at 6.82 per nine innings, so he is really riding a fine line, but he has gotten 10 saves on the season. If he falters, Scott Oberg would be his likely replacement.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
2 hours agoColorado Rockies starting pitcher Jon Gray was a monster against San Francisco on Monday. Gray tossed six innings of shutout ball while only allowing four hits and two walks, and he struck out six. His bullpen would hold the shutout and allow Gray to pick up his eighth win of the season. With the team reeling from three straight walk-off losses in LA, a beatdown of the Giants in their pitcher-friendly park was just what the doctor ordered. Gray has now allowed just one earned run in his last 12 innings, and his sub-4.00 ERA looks like the real deal. He's an anomaly amongst Colorado pitchers, carrying a better ERA at home than on the road, so he could be considered for his start this weekend against the Dodgers at home, but it's still risky.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
2 hours agoColorado Rockies outfielder David Dahl carried the offense to victory on Monday night in San Francisco as his third-inning round-tripper accounted for all the runs they could score. It was enough to win the game 2-0, and it was the second straight day that Dahl had homered. Dahl's ridiculous .408 BABIP has steadily fallen a bit this month (.353 BABIP in June), but he's still hit .318 for the month with four home runs and 20 RBI. He's also crashed his strikeout rate to just 18% this month, far below his career average of 25%. If Dahl can stay healthy, this type of production would be impressive over the course of a full season.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  @ SF    (Madison Bumgarner - LHP)   |  9:45 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,300
2 hours agoAtlanta Braves starter Julio Teheran allowed seven runs on nine hits over four innings of work during an 8-3 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Monday. He struck out two batters while walking three. Teheran was borderline unhittable during May, but he has now surrendered 13 runs over his past two starts. Perhaps the 28-year-old is coming back down to Earth as his ERA has ballooned from 2.92 to 3.94 after the dismal outings. He'll need to bounce back against the New York Mets in his next start to prove that he is still serviceable to fantasy managers.--Raymond Harrison - RotoBallerSource:
2 hours agoToronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Aaron Sanchez allowed seven earned runs and nine hits over 5 1/3 innings, while walking three and striking out four in Monday's 10-8 loss to the Yankees. Sanchez cruised through the first four innings before running into trouble in the fifth, where a three-run home run by Aaron Hicks started the damage. The 26-year-old falls to a 3-10 record on the season to go along with an ugly 5.89 ERA and 1.70 WHIP through 84 innings in 2019. Sanchez is exclusively a streaming option in favorable matchups across all fantasy formats.--Denis Vondrus - RotoBallerSource:
2 hours agoToronto Blue Jays outfielder Lourdes Gurriel was 2-for-5 with a solo home run and three strikeouts during a 10-8 loss to the New York Yankees on Monday. Gurriel has been one of the hottest players in baseball over the past month, slashing .327/.369/.673 with 10 HRs and 19 RBI over his last 30 games. The 25-year-old is notoriously streaky, but he is worthy of a pickup in almost all formats while he continues to produce.--Raymond Harrison - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  @ NYY   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,600
2 hours agoToronto Blue Jays shortstop Freddy Galvis was 2-for-5 with a grand slam during a 10-8 loss to the New York Yankees on Monday. The 29-year-old has been fantastic as of late, slashing .350/.400/.550 over his past 15 games with three home runs and 13 RBI. Galvis has been one of the bright spots in an otherwise dismal season for the Blue Jays, as his 38 RBI lead the squad. He is worthy of fantasy consideration in formats with more than 12 teams.--Raymond Harrison - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  @ NYY   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,700
2 hours agoToronto Blue Jays third baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was 3-for-5 with an RBI double and a run scored during a 10-8 loss to the New York Yankees on Monday. The prized prospect has been wildly inconsistent over the first two months of his MLB career. He is slashing .255/.322/.420 with seven home runs, 21 RBI, and 19 runs scored. While fantasy managers may be slightly annoyed with Guerrero's middling production, they must remember that he is only 20-years-old in a lineup that offers little protection. Hold tight as the best is yet to come.--Raymond Harrison - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  @ NYY   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $6,200
10 hours agoCleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis played well on Monday, going 3-for-5 with a home run and two singles. He scored a run and drove one in, both on the solo shot. Kipnis had a very slow start to the season, but he's been on fire lately, raising his slash line to .248/.305/.387. He's a solid DFS play while he's hot and may be a decent buy-low target in season-long formats.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  vs. KC    (Glenn Sparkman - RHP)   |  7:10 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $3,600
10 hours agoCleveland Indians starting pitcher Adam Plutko pitched well on Monday, but his start was cut short by an extended rain delay. He ended up with four innings pitched, allowing one run on one hit, a solo home run. He struck out three and did not issue a walk. Plutko was cruising, needing just 34 pitches to work through his four innings, so it would have been interesting to see him get deeper in the game, but the weather had other ideas. After the delay, Plutko was relieved by A.J. Cole.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
11 hours agoFollowing Saturday's four-RBI performance against the Houston Astros, New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton rested on Sunday. Monday, he was back in the lineup and continued to heat up. While the 29-year-old picked up just one hit, it was a 445-foot blast into left field for a three-run home run. After his lengthy absence, this was Stanton's first home run of the season. Considering he's just getting back, Stanton could be setting up a torrid stretch as his last two games have been quite positive.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: NY Post
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  vs. TOR    (Clayton Richard - LHP)   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $7,100
12 hours agoNew York Mets starting pitcher Jason Vargas and manager Mickey Callaway will be fined for their roles in an altercation with a member of the media over the weekend. While the fines are a team-issued $10,000 each, a source confirmed, there will be no suspensions, according to general manager Brodie Van Wagenen, who called the situation "disappointing" and "regrettable." Vargas will apparently make his next scheduled start Wednesday in Philadelphia unless Major League Baseball decides to weigh in on the matter.--Daniel E. Dobish - RotoBallerSource: - Anthony DiComo
12 hours agoThe New York Yankees trailed by two runs heading into the fifth inning of Monday night's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. While CC Sabathia was pitching well, the offense was dormant until Aaron Hicks stepped up. With two runners on, the center fielder drilled a three-run home run, his fifth of the season, as the Yankees took the lead for good. The home run couldn't have come at a better time for Hicks, who has seriously struggled at the plate since making his season debut last month. This month, the 29-year-old is batting just .194, although this home run could be what gets him going.--Ricky Delgado - RotoBallerSource: NY Post
Next Matchup:   6/25  |  vs. TOR    (Clayton Richard - LHP)   |  7:05 PM ET
Matchup Rating:   PREMIUM   $4,100
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