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Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Jean Segura went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in a win over the Braves on Sunday. The Philly leadoff man took Braves starter Touki Toussaint deep in the fourth inning to extend his hitting streak to six games. Segura has been solid batting atop the Phillies lineup as he's led off every game since July 6. In that span he's got 11 runs and 12 RBI across 18 games with a minuscule 11 percent strikeout rate. He should be started in fantasy leagues as he's got three good matchups coming up against Joe Ross, Erick Fedde, and Patrick Corbin of the Nationals.
Miami Marlins outfielder Magneuris Sierra drove in his first run of the season in Sunday's win over the San Diego Padres. Sierra went 1-for-3 with a single, a run scored, and an RBI. According to Baseball Reference data, Sierra is the first position player of all time to appear in 78 games and receive over 61 at bats to start a season and not record an RBI. In his 131st at bat, he finally drove in a run. Sierra may get more playing time if the Marlins deal some of their outfielders before the trade deadline, but he's a defense and speed guy, making him fantasy irrelevant regardless of playing time.
Los Angeles Angels OF Mike Trout (calf) is still dealing with discomfort in his calf and is scheduled to meet with a doctor Monday, July 26. Manager Joe Maddon said the team should have a better timetable for Trout after the doctor's visit.
Chicago White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez (pectoral) will make his season debut on Monday against the Royals, according to Jesse Rogers of ESPN. Jimenez has been out since suffering a torn pectoral muscle during Spring Training, and it was originally feared that it could be a season-ending injury. When Jimenez takes the field on Monday he will have surpassed even the most optimistic of predictions for his return. He's been one of the better power hitting outfielders since making his debut in 2019, as he owns a career .276/.321/.527 with 45 home runs, 120 RBI and 95 runs scored. Jimenez is still available in 24 percent of leagues, so if he's on the waiver wire in your league you should make sure scoop him up now.
Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher Ranger Suarez picked up his fourth save of the season on Sunday against the Braves. Aaron Nola was the story of the afternoon, but his 116th pitch of the game was hit for a homer with two outs in the ninth. This allowed Suarez to enter the game and the left-hander needed just four pitches to strike out Dansby Swanson and secure the save, much to the delight of his fantasy managers. Suarez is sporting a 1.14 ERA and a 0.81 WHIP to go with his four saves as he's emerged as the closer for the Phillies; he should be rostered in all fantasy leagues.
The Los Angeles Dodgers officially placed outfielder Mookie Betts (hip) on the 10-day injured list with right hip inflammation. He's missed the last eight games and has been sidelined since July 19 due to his hip issue. The 28-year-old's hip wasn't progressing fast enough, and the Dodgers finally placed him on the IL Sunday. He won't be eligible to return until August 1. Right-hander Jimmy Nelson was activated from the injured list in a corresponding move. Bill McKinney and Matt Beaty should see an uptick in playing time while Betts is sidelined, but both players are options in deep-league formats.
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola was brilliant on Sunday as he came up one-out shy of a complete-game shutout versus Atlanta. Braves third baseman Austin Riley launched a solo homer with two outs in the ninth, and Nola was lifted for Ranger Suarez who nailed down the win for Nola. The Philly starter was in control all day, however, as he induced a whopping 19 swinging strikes to rack up nine K's without walking a batter. Nola had been struggling as he gave up 15 runs across 16 innings in his last three starts. This game served as a reminder of how good Nola can be when he's on, as few pitchers match his elite upside on a start-to-start basis. He'll look to carry this momentum into a start against the Pirates on Friday.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Tyrone Taylor went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in Saturday's 6-1 win over the White Sox. After hitting his first career grand slam Friday, Taylor kept the good times going with another launch job Saturday. The 27-year-old has been red hot since the All-Star break, batting .389 with two home runs and seven RBI. While the outfielder has been used as a pinch hitter for many of his plate appearances this season, his current run of form might lead the Brewers to reconsider his role. His talent has shown through more consistently lately, and he may be earning himself more at-bats going forward.
Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Kolten Wong went 1-for-4 with a leadoff home run in Saturday's 6-1 win over the White Sox. Wong wasted no time in getting things started Saturday, taking Carlos Rodon's very first offering over the wall in right field. Since returning from his calf injury after the All-Star break, the second baseman has hit safely in every game that he's played. He's leading the way for the hot Brewers club and fantasy owners as well.
Los Angeles Dodgers RHP Jimmy Nelson (back) was activated from the 10-day injured list Sunday, July 25.
Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Rowdy Tellez went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in Saturday's 6-1 win over the White Sox. Tellez swatted his first and second home runs as a Brewer on Saturday, and he picked up an additional RBI on a fielder's choice. Since arriving in Milwaukee from Toronto, Tellez is hitting .350. While the sample size is small (just 20 at-bats), the slugger should continue to get the odd start and opportunities off the bench as a left-handed hitter in the National League. He's not going to see enough at-bats to be of value in the vast majority of fantasy leagues at this point in the season.
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Corbin Burnes (6-4) allowed one earned run on four hits and two walks with six strikeouts through six innings to earn the win in Saturday's 6-1 victory over the White Sox. Burnes was perfect his first time through the order in a dominant outing. Burnes, who takes pride in his elite ability to find the strike zone, won't be pleased about walking in a run in the fifth inning. However, the two free passes he issued Saturday are the most he's allowed in a game since June 25th. Burnes continues to supply fantasy owners with elite-level pitching, and that should continue as the Brewers sit atop the NL central.
Los Angeles Dodgers OF Mookie Betts (hip) was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday, July 25, because of hip inflammation.
Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Luis Urias isn't in the team's lineup on Sunday as they get set to take on the Chicago White Sox and right-handed starter Lance Lynn. Urias has provided both the Brewers and fantasy managers with some solid production this season, hitting .237 with a .333 on-base percentage, 13 home runs, and five stolen bases in 362 plate appearances. Jace Peterson will get the start instead at third base. Peterson is batting sixth against Lynn and could be worth a look as a streaming option in deeper leagues. In 157 plate appearances the 31-year-old is batting .252 with a .382 on-base percentage, four home runs, and seven stolen bases.
Washington Nationals C Yan Gomes (oblique) participated in baserunning drills Sunday, July 25. He has been hitting in a batting cage.
Detroit Tigers pitcher Tyler Alexander will start for the team on Tuesday against the Minnesota Twins. Alexander has made 28 appearances for the Tigers this season, pitching to a 4.24 ERA and a 4.47 FIP while striking out 41 batters and walking just 11 in 46.2 innings. Four of his 28 appearances have been starts, and Tuesday will mark the third-straight start for Alexander. If he can pitch into the fifth or sixth inning, he might have streaming appeal in deeper leagues against a Twins team that just traded Nelson Cruz.
New York Mets RHP Jacob deGrom (forearm) threw off a mound Sunday, July 25. The team has not said if deGrom will need a rehab assignment before he returns.
Cleveland Indians OF Franmil Reyes (back) was scratched from the starting lineup Sunday, July 25, because of back spasms.
New York Mets OF Jeff McNeil (leg) hopefully will be able to play in one of the games of a doubleheader Monday, July 26.
Toronto Blue Jays LHP Tommy Milone (shoulder) started a rehab assignment with Class AAA Buffalo Saturday, July 24. He likely will pitch in multiple rehab games before returning to the active roster.
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|Lewis Rocks||7/25 4:50 pm ET|
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|Echota Indians||7/25 1:42 pm ET|
|Jolly Roger||7/25 10:29 am ET|
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|Las Vegas Hope||7/24 9:51 pm ET|
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