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San Diego Padres outfielder Wil Myers is out of Tuesday's lineup against the Colorado Rockies. The 30-year-old is riding a modest four-game hitting streak but has limped to a .517 OPS in June. Overall, Myers has endured a down year, registering a 99 wRC+ with a .244/.322/.383 slash, six homers, four steals and 42 runs-plus-RBI in 202 plate appearances. Utility player Jurickson Profar will play right field and bat seventh. With a meager .597 OPS this season, Profar hasn't offered much fantasy value but could be a useful punt if DFS players want to gamble on him swiping his 10th bag.
Houston Astros outfielder Kyle Tucker is not in the starting lineup for Tuesday's matchup with the Rangers. It looks to be a night off for Tucker, who has appeared in 61 of the Astros' 65 games this season, and has played in nine straight games. With Tucker out, Chas McCormick will get the start in right field and bat seventh against Kyle Gibson and the Rangers.
Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Adam Frazier is not in the starting lineup for Tuesday's matchup with the Nationals. This looks to just be a day off for Frazier, who has appeared in 27 straight games and 63 of the team's 65 games this season. Frazier has been a hot bat in fantasy this year, slashing .332/.394/469 with two home runs, four steals, 24 RBI and 36 runs scored. With Frazier out of the lineup, Kevin Newman will slide over to second base and Erik Gonzalez will get the start at shortstop and bat sixth against Patrick Corbin and the Nationals.
Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow (elbow) has opted to go through rehab and avoid surgery for his partially torn UCL, according to Joey Johnston of the Tampa Bay Times. Johnston reports that Glasnow is hoping for a return in time for a potential playoff appearance, and possibly even sooner than that. While that's good new for the Rays, this is terrible news for fantasy managers, as it pretty much drops his value to zero for the rest of the season. Managers with an extra slot in head-to-head leagues can consider hanging onto Glasnow for now in case he's able to get back in time for a start in the fantasy playoffs, but for the majority of managers Glasnow can now be dropped.
Minnesota Twins catcher Ryan Jeffers is heading to the bench for Tuesday's game against the Seattle Mariners. Jeffers has caught three of the last four games for Minnesota, going 2-for-10 with a home run and a double. Benjamin Rortvedt will be behind the plate and will bat ninth against Mariners' righty Chris Flexen.
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Cavan Biggio is not in the starting lineup on Tuesday night against the Yankees. It appears to just be a day off for Biggio, who has been raking at the plate since his return from the IL, as he's gone 6-for-15 with two homers, two RBI and three runs scored over four games. With Biggio out, Santiago Espinal will get the start at third base and bat ninth against the Yankees.
Minnesota Twins shortstop Andrelton Simmons is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Seattle Mariners. Simmons has a slash line of just .244/.323/.320 with two homers and 18 runs scored in 52 games played this season. Jorge Polanco will get the start at short and bat fifth. Polanco is batting .320 with six extra-base hits and nine RBI in June.
Minnesota Twins infielder/outfielder Luis Arraez is back in the lineup Tuesday against the Seattle Mariners. This will be Arraez's first game in the lineup since May 22, as he was sidelined with a right shoulder strain. He'll start at second base and bat leadoff against Mariners' righty Chris Flexen. Arraez has two hits in two career at-bats against Flexen.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Robert Stock will be promoted from Triple-A Iowa on Wednesday to start versus the New York Mets. The Cubs rotation has been banged up with starting pitchers Trevor Williams (appendicitis) and Adbert Alzolay (blister) both on the 10-day injured list. Stock has appeared in nine games for the Iowa Cubs, but has only started two of those games and that means the Cubs could be opting for a bullpen day on Wednesday. Stock has gone 0-3 with a 4.12 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 19 2/3 innings and can be avoided in all formats for now.
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Matthew Boyd (arm) and relief pitcher Alex Lange (shoulder) were placed on the 10-day injured list on Tuesday after exiting last night's game early, according to Jason Beck of MLB.com. Boyd exited his start on Monday night against the Royals in the third inning, and now lands on the IL with left arm discomfort. Later on in the game, Lange exited with right shoulder discomfort after facing four batters, and has been placed on the IL with a right shoulder strain. Boyd's placement on the injured list is the bigger blow of these two moves, as he has been in the midst of a solid year that has seen him post a 3-6 record with a 3.44 ERA and 56 strikeouts in 70 2/3 innings of work. In corresponding moves, the Tigers recalled Miguel Del Pozo and Wily Peralta, although neither figures to be fantasy relevant.
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Matt Manning has been added to the Tigers' taxi squad and is expected to get the start on Thursday night, according to Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press. The top pitching prospect in Detroit's system, Manning has struggled a bit this year with a 1-3 record and 8.07 ERA with 36 strikeouts over 32 1/3 innings of work at Triple-A Toledo. With a career 29.8 percent strikeout rate over five seasons in the minors, he'll be an interesting guy to pick up off the waiver wire and start against the Angels on Thursday.
New York Yankees starting pitcher Luis Severino (groin) has been diagnosed with a low Grade 2 groin strain, per manager Aaron Boone. Severino was forced to exit his second rehab start on Saturday after landing awkwardly during his delivery, an injury that Boone termed as a "freak" occurrence. The 27-year-old righty will now be forced to miss about another month due to this setback, pushing his return date back to around late July, early August. Fantasy managers who stashed him may have to consider dropping him, especially if they need the injured list spot, given that he'll really only be pitching for two months this season.
New York Yankees designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton is back in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Stanton wasn't a member of the starting lineup in each of the last two games, given that the Yankees were playing in a National League park, though he'll be back to serve as the designated hitter and will bat fourth against Blue Jays' lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu. Fantasy managers need to make sure he's active, as Stanton is currently 6-for-16 with three home runs, a double, and eight RBI in his last four games.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge (back) has returned to the lineup for Tuesday's series opener against the Toronto Blue Jays. Judge missed Sunday's game due to back spasms, which reportedly popped up during the first game against the Philadelphia Phillies. The 29-year-old slugger will start in right field and bat second against Blue Jays' lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu. Judge is batting .289 with 15 homers, 35 RBI, and a .920 OPS this season.
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa said on Tuesday that pitcher Michael Kopech (hamstring) will throw off of the mound prior to tonight's game. Kopech has been sidelined since being placed on the 10-day injured list on May 31 with a Grade 1 strain of his left hamstring. More should be known how his progress and timeline after he goes through mound work on Tuesday. Kopech has mostly worked out of the bullpen, but has also made three starts this season. Regardless of the role, Kopech has been dominant this season with a 1.72 ERA to go along with 45 strikeouts in just 31 1/3 innings.
Chicago Cubs infielder Patrick Wisdom will rest on Tuesday evening versus the New York Mets. Wisdom has been scorching hot since his promotion on May 25 and is hitting .333 with nine home runs, 13 RBI and one stolen base in his 54 at-bats. Wisdom should eventually come back down to earth, but managers should continue to ride his hot bat. Infielder Sergio Alcantara will replace Wisdom in the lineup and bat eighth versus Taijuan Walker. Alcantara is a dart throw in DFS on Tuesday.
Miami Marlins outfielder Corey Dickerson (undisclosed) is going to be placed on the 10-day injured list on Tuesday. The injury "does not look promising" according to manager Don Mattingly, who added that "even the best-case scenario's not great." It sounds like Dickerson could be out for a long time, giving Jesus Sanchez a shot to take over as the team's left fielder. Dickerson's MRI in St. Louis apparently showed a significant injury, but the team has not announced what the injury is at this point. With all the uncertainty and below average play this season anyway, Dickerson can be dropped in most formats.
Chicago Cubs shortstop Javier Baez (thumb) will return to the lineup on Tuesday versus New York Mets. Baez left Saturday's contest early after reaggravating his thumb. Baez sat out Sunday, but did pinch-hit on Monday. Baez will bat third in his return versus Taijuan Walker. Baez has been having a very good year with a .235 batting average to go along with 14 home runs, 40 RBI and nine stolen bases. Managers should start him with him confidence when he is healthy.
Chicago White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada (illness) will miss his second straight game with a cold and congestion on Tuesday versus the Tampa Bay Rays. Manager Tony La Russa said on Monday that the club hopes that Moncada won't be out long and that they hope to have him back soon. With Moncada sidelined, infielder/outfielder Leury Garcia will play third base and bat seventh versus Shane McClanahan. Garcia doesn't offer much upside as a long term play, but he has hit .300 over the past two weeks with seven RBI and should see regular at-bats with second baseman Nick Madrigal (hamstring) undergoing season-ending surgery on Tuesday.
Cleveland Indians infielder Ernie Clement will play second base and bat seventh for the Tribe's Tuesday night tilt against the Baltimore Orioles. Clement was recalled over the weekend after the Indians sent Triston McKenzie down to AAA to work on his craft. While Clement is playing second base, Cesar Hernandez will still be leading off and will DH in this one. Clement currently has no fantasy relevance and should be left on the waiver wire.
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|PIT||Anderson L (3-6)|
|WSH||Corbin L (3-5)|
|Tue 7:07pm ET|
|NYY||Montgomery L (3-1)|
|TOR||Ryu L (5-4)|
|Tue 7:10pm ET|
|CHC||Mills R (2-0)|
|NYM||Walker R (5-2)|
|Tue 7:10pm ET|
|BAL||Harvey R (3-7)|
|CLE||Quantrill R (0-2)|
|Tue 7:20pm ET|
|BOS||Rodriguez L (5-4)|
|ATL||Davidson L (0-0)|
|Tue 8:10pm ET|
|CIN||Castillo R (2-9)|
|MIL||Anderson L (2-4)|
|Tue 8:10pm ET|
|TB||McClanahan L (2-1)|
|CWS||Keuchel L (5-1)|
|Tue 8:10pm ET|
|TEX||Gibson R (4-0)|
|HOU||McCullers Jr. R (3-1)|
|Tue 8:10pm ET|
|DET||Mize R (3-4)|
|KC||Minor L (5-3)|
|Tue 8:15pm ET|
|MIA||Rogers L (7-3)|
|STL||Kim L (1-4)|
|Tue 8:40pm ET|
|SD||Darvish R (6-2)|
|COL||Gonzalez R (2-4)|
|Tue 9:40pm ET|
|LAA||Heaney L (4-3)|
|OAK||Montas R (6-6)|
|Tue 9:45pm ET|
|ARI||Young L (2-4)|
|SF||Littell R (0-0)|
|Tue 10:10pm ET|
|PHI||Eflin R (2-5)|
|LAD||Urias L (9-2)|
|Tue 10:10pm ET|
|MIN||Happ L (3-2)|
|SEA||Flexen R (5-3)|
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|Jolly Roger||6/14 11:36 pm ET|
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