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4/30:Chad Kuhl took a comebacker to the left leg in the fifth inning of Sunday's game in Miami. He remained on the ground for a few minutes before walking around and trying to warm up, with no success. He allowed two runs (one earned) by scattering seven hits over four innings of work. Kuhl's ERA is still a dismal 5.87 after he was destroyed by the Cubs in his previous start. He isn't worth holding onto in fantasy leagues.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
4/30:Hot-hitting White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia has been dealing with leg and groin tightness that's being aggravated by the cold weather in Detroit this weekend, and he played through it on Saturday but had to come out of Sunday's game in the fifth inning. The team is calling it a day-to-day injury, so it doesn't sound like something fantasy owners should be too concerned about. The Sox are heading to Kansas City after today's game which should be a little warmer so hopefully that will help. Garcia was 0-for-2 in the game before being pulled, butread more...
4/30:Jimmy Nelson was once again roughed up in the Brewers loss to the Braves on Saturday, allowing five earned runs on 11 hits over five innings. Saturday's loss marked Nelson's third straight game without a quality start, and he appears to be a likely candidate to lose his rotation job to Junior Guerra upon his return. Fighting with Matt Garza for a role in the rotation, Nelson will have to perform closer to that of his first two appearances, where he allowed only two earned runs over 13 IP. Nelsonread more...
4/30:Aaron Sanchez took the mound on Sunday for his third start of the season, and his first since April 14th after he underwent surgery to remove part of the nail from his right middle finger. While he did throw a scoreless first inning against the Rays, Sanchez was removed after that as he once again split the fingernail. It’s unclear at this point if another surgery will be needed or if an additional stint on the disabled list is necessary, but we should receive an update from the Blue Jays after the game. In his singleread more...
4/30:Brewers' Third Basemen Travis Shaw was forced from Saturday's game after suffering a right hand contusion and will not appear in Sundays bout with the Braves. Shaw did however receive treatment on his swollen hand Sunday morning and reportedly will get the nod Monday in St. Louis. Shaw's backup, Hernan Perez, is a tantalizing fantasy option with stolen base potential, but Shaw's hot start has given him reasonable job security to begin the 2017 campaign.--Mitchell Bannon - RotoBallerSource: Adam McCalvy
4/30:It’s been a roller coaster ride the past 10 days for Noah Syndergaard, despite not having pitched during that span until Sunday. Syndergaard was diagnosed with biceps tendinitis this week, forcing him to miss a start, but he refused to undergo an MRI and said he was good to go after throwing on Friday. Turns out, Thor wasn’t as fine as he thought he was. He was forced to leave his start in D.C. after 1 1/3 innings on Sunday. He allowed a ton of ground balls that were finding holes on the infield, and fiveread more...
4/30:Carlos Gomez had the first three legs of the cycle heading into his final at-bat Saturday, and wasted no time making history, blasting the first pitch out to dead center to finish a 4-for-4 night. Gomez will likely always strike out a bit too much, but he is showing the power and patience we have come to expect as well. The 31-year-old will enter Sunday's contest with a .217 ISO and a walk rate approaching 9%.--Christopher Olson - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com
4/30:Chicago White Sox starting pitcher James Shields threw for the first time since going on the disabled list and reported that he felt good. He made about 40 light throws in the throwing session. It's unclear what the next step is for the veteran righty, but he thinks he might not need a rehab assignment before coming back. The White Sox will be the judge of that, but they're probably anxious to get him back, as he was off to a fantastic start with a 1.62 ERA in 16 2/3 innings before going on the DL forread more...
4/30:Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Logan Forsythe and his fellow disabled list inhabitant Joc Pederson both ran the bases before Sunday's game, a good sign that the Dodgers are close to getting a couple of their everyday players back soon. Forsythe is healing from a fractured toe, and Pederson is recovering from a groin injury, so running is a big hurdle to clear for both players. Both should be sent on rehab assignments this week, and manager Dave Roberts expects that they should be activated Friday. Expect first base prospect Codyread more...
4/30:Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is not in the Dodgers' lineup for the series finale against the Phillies on Sunday. The stud shortstop is just getting a routine day off, and Enrique Hernandez is playing shortstop in his place. It's been another productive first month of the season for Seager, who is slashing .319/.411/.549 with five homers and 17 RBI in 107 plate appearances.--Kelly Terbest - RotoBallerSource: Ken Gurnick - MLB.com
4/30:San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges added two more hits to his resume on Saturday, also scoring and driving in a run. Hedges is hitting .281 with 11 RBI in his last 10 games. If you can look past his awful first two weeks, Hedges has been one of the better hitting backstops in the league since mid-April when he made a slight adjustment to his swing, and he could help many fantasy teams. Like many of the Padres' other young hitters, he strikes out a fair amount (23 strikeouts in 73 at-bats) and could stand toread more...
4/30:Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila will start behind the plate for the Tigers Sunday, facing Miguel Gonzalez and the White Sox at Comerica Park. Avila is off to a hot start this season with four home runs and a healthy .364 average. He's done all of his damage against righties, hitting .414 on the year against them with 20 home runs against righties over the last three seasons. All of that makes him a solid candidate for a big day Sunday, so consider slotting him into your lineup today.--Tyler Germain -read more...
4/30:Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Zack Greinke allowed three runs on seven hits and two walks over six innings, striking out nine. The long ball was Greinke's downfall in this outing, as he allowed three solo home runs, accounting for all the damage done against him. He was in line for the win until closer Fernando Rodney imploded again in the ninth. His ERA sits at a respectable 3.19, and he's showing marked improvement over his 2016 season. His strikeout and walk rates have improved and his 3.20 xFIP shows that his current performance is sustainable.read more...
4/30:Over the last week, Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez's batting average has climbed 39 points. The fact that it's still only at .229 on the year tells you just how badly Martinez started the season. But he's been hitting well lately, and in Saturday's contest against the White Sox, the veteran DH notched two more hits, including his first home run of the year in the ninth inning. Martinez isn't getting any younger, but he did manage 27 dingers last season, so it's probably a little too early to think he can't contribute fantasy value thisread more...
4/30:Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Michael Fulmer fired six innings on Saturday, allowing three earned runs on four hits while striking out three. Fulmer has gone at least six innings in all five of his starts this season, earning quality starts in all of them, and allowed four or fewer hits in four of the five. He has managed to only go 2-1 during that time due to lack of run support and very little help from the bullpen. Fulmer is picking up exactly where he left off after earning Rookie of the Year honors in 2016read more...
4/30:Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Brandon Drury went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's loss to the Rockies. After displaying solid power last season, it was nice to see Drury reach the seats for the first time this season. His current slash line sits at .316/.372/.430, and he's driven in eight RBI. Drury doesn't profile as a high-average hitter in the majors, so the .316 batting average is likely unsustainable. However, hitting sixth in the Arizona lineup will present him with plenty of RBI opportunities moving forward. If last season is any indication, Drury is a streakyread more...
4/30:Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Cody Bellinger socked the first two homers of his career on Saturday, including a solo shot as part of a back-to-back-to-back barrage against Phillies closer Hector Neris in the ninth inning. The 21-year-old prospect now has collected two hits in each of the last two games, and his line is now up to .294/.400/.647 in 20 plate appearances after starting just 1-for-10. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that Bellinger will likely be headed back down to the minors when outfielders Joc Pederson and Franklinread more...
4/30:Chicago White Sox outfielder Melky Cabrera launched a go-ahead, solo home run in the 10th inning of Saturday's game between the White Sox and the Tigers, leading the Sox to their sixth straight win. It was Cabrera's first homer of the season, and now the veteran outfielder is hitting .247/.309/.342 on the season with seven RBI. It's a bit of a slow start for him, but he's now collected four hits in his past three games. He's got a solid track record as a career .285/.336/.416 hitter over 13 major league seasons.--Kelly Terbest -read more...
4/30:New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda recorded his third win in four starts with one of his best performances of the season. He failed to make it out of the sixth inning but struck out eight batters without yielding a single run. Cushioned with a seven-run lead by the end of the fourth inning, Pineda went relatively untaxed in his first shutout of the year. He’s now lowered his ERA to a season-best 3.14 mark, as he did not allow a home run for the first time. Pineda should make his next start towards the endread more...
4/30:New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius started his season on Friday night with two hits, including an RBI double. He returned to the field yesterday and again found success, adding two more hits. His swings resulted in another RBI double plus two runs scored. Gregorius will close out the series with a start in today’s game. He is slotted seventh in the order and carries a career .143 average in limited plate appearances against Orioles starter Wade Miley. Despite the early-season success from infielder Ronald Torreyes, it is clear manager Joe Girardi favorsread more...
4/30:New York Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner recorded his first RBI of the season with two home runs to begin Saturday’s game against Baltimore. After a strong start to the season, the veteran left fielder entered the game with an abysmal .188 average. He provided an early lift for the New York offense with his four RBI and has now recorded four hits in last three starts. Gardner will come into today’s game with a career .333 on-base percentage against Orioles starter Wade Miley, whose recent performances will likely limit offensive production.--Michael Collinsread more...
4/30:Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Derek Holland continued his excellent start to the season on Saturday, tossing 6 1/3 innings against the Royals in a game the White Sox eventually won in extra innings. He allowed just two runs and five hits while walking two and striking out four. The veteran lefty, who signed a one-year deal over the winter, is making a strong case for fantasy rosters with a 2.17 ERA and 1.14 WHIP in 29 innings pitched over five starts. His next start will come against the Royals on Thursday, which could be a goodread more...
4/30:Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman heard you laughing at your leaguemate who offered to trade Zimmerman to you in the offseason. He's answering his haters by mashing baseballs like today's home run, his 11th of the season. He's now tied with that other unlikely comeback story, Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Eric Thames, for the league lead in homers. Zimmerman went 3-for-4 with three RBI and scored a run. The Nationals would lose to the Mets, though, 5-3. The window on snatching him from his owner has passed.--Mario Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: read more...
4/30:San Diego Padres outfielder Manuel Margot had an uneven game on Saturday, picking up two singles and three strikeouts in five at-bats. The good news is that Margot stole his third base of the season, evening things out in the stolen base/caught stealing ratio. Margot is slashing .267/.300/.419 on the season as the everyday center fielder and leadoff man. His 14 runs scored places him in a tie for 25th in the National League, which is good production considering how late he was drafted in most leagues.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
4/30:San Diego Padres first baseman Wil Myers went 3-for-5 with a three-run bomb on Saturday night. He also stole his second base of the year -- a good sign for his owners who are waiting for the speed to show up. Myers is slugging much better on the road early this season and hasn't yet hit any cold spells. He has six home runs, 17 RBI and an OPS of .922, all improvements over his hot start in 2016. Myers is locked in and has proven to be a power threat in any given game.--read more...
4/30:San Diego Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe had the day off Friday but returned to his usual right field spot on Saturday against the Giants. He responded with an 0-for-5 game, dropping his average to .227. His plate discipline has been lacking lately, with six strikeouts in his last eight at-bats and 14 strikeouts in his last 35 at-bats. He owns a 2:27 BB:K rate on the year and will need to be more patient in order to utilize his power stroke. Renfroe should be kept on fantasy benches but not dropped unless you are in a shallowread more...
4/30:San Diego Padres starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin earned his first road victory of the year Saturday, although he didn't last long enough to register a quality start. Chacin allowed three runs on five hits in five innings of work. He lowered his road ERA to 10.24 this season. Chacin is leading the Padres in wins, but that's not saying much considering the state of their rotation. Chacin may be worth rolling the dice on at home against the Rockies next week, considering the fact he has yet to yield a run in Petco Park.--Pierreread more...
4/30:Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon went 0-for-4 on Saturday, dropping his average to .266 on the season. It has been two weeks since Gordon enjoyed a multi-hit game, and his average has dropped 67 points as a result. Of greater concern is the fact he has only one steal in the last 12 games. Gordon was initially off to a good start over the first two weeks, but is cold at the moment. He should still be considered a top-five option at second base given his immense speed.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: read more...
4/30:Miami Marlins starting pitcher Dan Straily followed up his career-best 14-strikeout performance with a subpar outing against the Pirates on Saturday. Straily lasted 5 1/3 innings and gave up three earned runs. It appears his standout performance last week was more a result of facing the Padres, who have the third most strikeouts in the league. He hasn't struck out more than five batters in any of his other starts. Straily is simply a streaming option against mediocre opponents.--Pierre Camus - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
4/30:San Francisco Giants third baseman Eduardo Nunez went 2-for-4 against the Padres on Saturday, batting seventh and playing right field. The Giants are playing Nunez anywhere they can to keep him in the lineup, although he is mired in a huge slump, now batting just .253 on the year. Nunez's only value has come through his speed, so he's going to need more than the two steals he has over the last 15 days. On the bright side, Nunez hardly ever strikes out this year with a 6.8 strikeout percentage, so he's a decent buy low ifread more...
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