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7/23:Boston Red Sox President Dave Dombrowski announced Sunday that top prospect Rafael Devers was being called up to join the major league team.--Jared T - RotoBallerSource: Ian Browne
7/23:Manny Machado isn't quite the dominant force that he's been in the past. Still, he hit a sacrifice fly to drive in the tie-breaking run in the eighth, after Mark Trumbo had knotted it at seven with his solo blast in the seventh. Don't give up on him, he's still got August and September to turn things all the way around. As gifted as he is at the game, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him have two monster months.--Michael Griffin - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
7/23:Zach Britton is making his way back into the groove after missing much of the season. He struck out two hitters and walked one to help the Orioles cement their wild comeback against the Astros on Sunday. He's looking good so far, allowing no runs in six of his eight appearances in July so far. Here's hoping that he stays healthy for those owners who need saves from him. Each successful outing is bringing his ERA (2.65) and WHIP (1.76) down.--Michael Griffin - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
7/23:Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber was dominant on Sunday, striking out 14 Blue Jays in 7 2/3 innings while allowing just one run on five hits and two walks. Kluber won his eighth game and lowered his ERA to 2.74. He had a rough start to the season and spend some time on the disabled list, but he's been an absolute ace since getting back on the mound. He's a top-10 starter in mixed leagues.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
7/23:As the Detroit Tigers get ready to square off against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday afternoon, third baseman Nicholas Castellanos is a strong player for your fantasy starting lineup. Castellanos has been on a bit of a power surge of late, hitting .323/.364/.710 over the past seven games, with three home runs, a double, a triple, and seven RBI. This year has been a bit of a letdown for Castellanos, who was having a career year in 2016 before an injury sidelined him for much of the second half. He's hitting just .251 with 14 HRread more...
7/23:Rangers pitcher Tyson Ross could have his hands full when he faces the Rays on Sunday, as he has walked 12.5% of the batters he has faced this season while allowing five home runs over 28.2 innings. Ross has always had his issues with the free pass, but it's a bit more troubling to see that his strikeout rate is barely above 17%. The Rays are a team defined by power and patience, which means Ross could be in for a long afternoon if he is unable to locate his pitches.--Christopher Olson -read more...
7/23:New York Mets outfielder Jay Bruce went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer against the Oakland A's on Saturday. Bruce launched a sixth inning bomb off of Oakland starter Sean Manaea for his 25th long ball of the season. Bruce has enjoyed a solid season in his first full year with the Mets, slashing .263/.327/.528 with 25 homers, 54 runs, and 65 RBI. Bruce's name continues to come up in trade rumors, making it likely he's playing for a new team by the July 31 trade deadline.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource:read more...
7/23:New York Mets starting pitcher Zack Wheeler had a tough time against the Oakland A's on Saturday. The right-hander allowed five runs in five innings of work while striking out six and walking four. Wheeler was able to escape with a no-decision but he is still looking for his first win since May. Wheeler now has a 3-7 record, 5.21 ERA, and 81 strikeouts in 86 1/3 innings of work this year. He is scheduled for a road start against the San Diego Padres in his next outing. Despite his recent struggles, Wheeler is a strongread more...
7/23:Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Robert Stephenson had a rough time against the Miami Marlins on Saturday, allowing five runs in 5 1/3 innings while striking out five and walking two. Stephenson was recalled from Triple-A on Saturday to make the start but wound up seeing his record drop to 0-3 on the season. The right-hander now has an 8.10 ERA on the season over 14 appearances. Once regarded as one of the Reds' top pitching prospects, Stephenson's star has dimmed considerably since the start of the 2016 season.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: read more...
7/23:Cincinnati Reds second baseman Scooter Gennett has hit the ball well all season. He has been so locked in at the plate this season that he recently unseated promising youngster Jose Peraza as the team's starting second baseman. With Peraza now operating in a bench role, Gennett should start to produce even more fantasy numbers with the chance to play every day. Over the past week, Gennett is hitting .320 with one run and four RBI. On the season, he has a .311 batting average, 16 homers, 43 runs, 55 RBI, and tworead more...
7/23:Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Hector Santiago will begin a rehab assignment on Sunday as he works his way back following a back issue which landed him on the disabled list a few weeks back. Santiago will make a rehab start for Triple-A Rochester on Tuesday in which he is scheduled to throw 30-35 pitches. The left-hander has struggled with the big league club this season, posting a 4-8 record, 5.63 ERA, and 51 strikeouts in 70 1/3 innings of work. Despite his struggles, Santiago is expected to rejoin Minnesota's starting rotation when he is ready.--read more...
7/23:Minnesota Twins outfielder Byron Buxton is getting close to being activated off the 10-day disabled list. Buxton has been sidelined since last Friday with a groin strain which he suffered running the bases. The team has decided against sending Buxton on a rehab assignment and he is expected to travel with the team to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers. There's a chance he could be activated as soon as Tuesday. Buxton is hitting .218 with five homers, 30 runs, 16 RBI, and 16 stolen bases on the year.--Matt Terelle - Rotoballerread more...
7/23:Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Kyle Gibson earned his sixth win of the season on Saturday as he held the Detroit Tigers to three runs in 7 1/3 innings. The right-hander struck out five and walked three in the game to lower his ERA to 6.08 on the year. Despite the strong start, Gibson remains a pitcher worth targeting with opposing offense as he's allowing 1.52 homers per nine innings this season. The right-hander has a 5.24 ERA over the past month. He's scheduled for a road start against the Oakland A's next.--Matt Terelleread more...
7/23:Los Angeles Dodgers trade Sergio Romo to the Tampa Bay Rays for cash considerations. Romo is no longer the shutdown end of the game closer that he once was but the likely role for him will be to add bullpen depth and give manager Kevin Cash another option to play matchups with. Alex Colome still appears to have a strong hold on the closer job so outside of very deep leagues or leagues that reward holds, Romo is unlikely to be a fantasy asset.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: read more...
7/23:Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Keon Broxton was sent down to the minors in the move that brought Eric Sogard back. Broxton was only 3-for-50 in his last 50 at-bats so the move was also an attempt to let Broxton try to get back on track outside the pressure of the majors. One possible beneficiary may be Brett Phillips. There also exists the possibility of Lewis Brinson being recalled at some point.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Adam McCalvy on Twitter
7/23:Atlanta shortstop Dansby Swanson has seen a complete turnaround in production after a strong month of June. Swanson, who struggled through the first months of the season, impressed with a .306 average in June. His efforts have not yielded the same results in July as he's batting a lowly .093 with 16 strikeouts compared to his four hits. Johan Camargo taken a number of starts from Swanson, and for good reason. Swanson's hitless performance on Saturday extended hits no-hit streak to five games.--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: Davidread more...
7/23:Braves' starter Julio Teheran turned in a start that summarized his general struggles this season. Teheran pitched into the seventh inning against the Dodgers where he yielded late runs that cost Atlanta a win. Los Angeles launched three home runs to break the stretch of strong performances for the right-hander. Still carrying a 2.81 ERA this month, Teheran has at least improved from being a negative option on the mound (though he's not necessarily a positive contributor).--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: David O'Brien
7/23:Miami Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna hasn't had a terrible second half, though he's still waiting for his first RBI. Ozuna, who started for the National League in the All-Star game, hasn't driven in a run since July 9. He's still getting base hits and continues to be consistent at the plate, but the lack of productivity has to be frustrating for his owners. Despite going eight straight games without an RBI, Ozuna's 70 RBI are still the sixth-most in the National League. He's too talented of a hitter to be cold for much longer, so lookread more...
7/23:Miami Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto had his best game of the season on Saturday after finishing with two homers and four RBI against the Cincinnati Reds. Realmuto is batting nearly .370 away from Marlins Park. the highest road average of any big leaguer this season. The three-hit performance raised Realmuto's average from .299 to .305, and he continues to be one of the best offensive catchers in the majors. On the year, Realmuto is slashing .305/.361/.475 with 10 home runs and 39 RBI.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: espn.com
7/23:Adam Jones has been hitting very well the past week or so. He hit homer No. 18, a two-run shot, in the fifth inning off of Collin McHugh. While he trails Jonathan Schoop by a far margin in the RBI department (49 to 69), he's still on track to finish near 100. Jones should be in your lineup now.--Michael Griffin - RotoBallerSource: ESPN
7/22:Here's the good news: Chris Tillman managed to limit the damage to the two homers he surrendered on Saturday to three runs. He also didn't walk anybody in his 5 1/3 innings. The bad news is that he handed the ball off to Darren O'Day, who promptly coughed up the Baltimore lead for good. So, for those who feared Tillman's getting whacked around like a pinata, he did OK. Still, he's having a season that's a far cry from his 16-win 2016. Start him in only the most favorable matchups possible if youread more...
7/22:Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Danny Salazar was excellent in his return from the disabled list, allowing just one hit in seven innings of work. Salazar struck out eight without issuing a walk, throwing 61 of his 86 pitches for strikes. Had he not been just off the DL, Salazar may have had the opportunity to toss a complete game, but the team will likely be careful with him for his next few starts. Still, Salazar showed his upside today and while he's a gamble in mixed leagues, he's one that may pay dividends.--Davidread more...
7/22:St. Louis Cardinals rookie shortstop Paul DeJong played excellent defense and hit a solo home run on Saturday for his only hit of the game. DeJong has been excellent and a nice surprise for a Cardinals team that demoted Opening Day starting shortstop Aledmys Diaz to the minors after a disappointing start to the season. Meanwhile, DeJong is hitting .279 with a .852 OPS and making it look like he deserves the starting shortstop role. He's an NL-only league option and is beginning to develop some mixed league appeal.--David Marcilloread more...
7/22:St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Adam Wainwright was great on Saturday, allowing just two runs on four hits in 7 2/3 innings. Wainwright struck out three and did not issue a walk. He left the game with the lead, but the Cardinals bullpen made sure to add another loss to the team's record. Wainwright has been hard to trust this season, mixing in great starts like this one with clunkers. His ERA is currently 4.89 and he works best as a streaming option against weaker offenses at this point.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:read more...
7/22:San Diego Padres shortstop Erick Aybar fouled a ball off his foot Friday night and will land on the disabled list as a result. Allen Cordoba was filling in on Saturday and wore the golden sombrero, going 0-for-4 with a strikeout in every at-bat. The Padres have some options in the minors, such as Jose Rondon and Javier Guerra, but no move has been announced yet. Aybar was hitting .227 with six home runs, 16 RBI, and seven steals on the season, soread more...
7/22:Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco will need to be placed back on the 10-day disabled list after all. He sustained an injury to his left hamstring Friday night while beating out an attempted double play throw at first. It's the same injury that landed him on the DL in May. To compensate for his injury, John Jaso and Jose Osuna will share time in right field, with Adam Frazier sprinkled in as well. Josh Bell will take over theread more...
7/22:All-Star second baseman Starlin Castro of the New York Yankees is heading back to the disabled list only six games into his return. The 27-year-old, who went down late last month with a right hamstring injury seems to have suffered the same injury this past Wednesday. While he played in the last two games, even picking up a hit in yesterday’s victory, the decision was made to put him back on the disabled list following an MRI. As a result, the club will promote infielder Tyler Wade, who will split second base dutiesread more...
7/22:Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is out of the lineup for Saturday night's matchup against the Twins with a bruised collarbone. Andrew Romine will start in his place. Cabrera left the game Friday during the fifth inning, following a Robbie Grossman grounder that caught him in the chest. The injury is being called a contusion, and Cabrera is listed as day-to-day. Cabrera has had a disappointing season from a fantasy perspective, hitting just .261 with only 12 home runs. To be fair, he's been battling nagging injuries all year,read more...
7/22:Miami Marlins shortstop J.T. Riddle is not in Saturday's lineup as he continues to deal with a nagging shoulder injury, according to Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. Riddle, who's been Miami's primary shortstop this season, also sat out Friday's game against the Reds. Miguel Rojas, who recently returned to the lineup after a stint on the 60-day disabled list, will take Riddle's spot in the lineup. Riddle will still be available to pinch-hit if called upon.--Steven Slivka - RotoBallerSource: Clark Spencer, Miami Herald
7/22:If you're in need of a starter on Saturday, Miami Marlins pitcher Chris O'Grady could make for a nice addition. O'Grady has only made two starts this year, though his results haven't been terrible. In his lone road start on July 8, the lefty threw 5 1/3 innings and allowed three earned runs against the San Francisco Giants. He also struck out four in the outing and picked up his first win of the season. O'Grady and the Marlins face the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday, a team that's middle-of-the-road offensively against left-handed pitching.--Stevenread more...
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