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  • Fantasy Week 19
    Bambis Bombers125.0
    Mud Dogs125.0
    Whirled Peace125.5
    Maddux the GOAT54.0
    Las Vegas Hope136.0
    Team Hunter44.5
    Echota Indians94.5
    Lewis Rocks96.5
    Jolly Roger128.0
  • StandingsExpanded
    Whirled Peace1064562.5
    Las Vegas Hope794322.0
    Bambis Bombers794289.5
    Maddux the GOAT5114123.0
    Lewis Rocks1064884.0
    Mud Dogs1064648.5
    Jolly Roger884452.0
    Echota Indians794477.0
    Team Hunter794082.0
  • Player Notes
    Yuli Gurriel Aug 5 2:53am ET

    Houston Astros 1B Yuli Gurriel (neck) missed his second consecutive game on Wednesday, Aug. 4, due to a stiff neck.

    Josh VanMeter Aug 5 2:53am ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks INF Josh VanMeter (back) was scratched from the starting lineup Wednesday, Aug. 4, due to back spasms but did appear later as a pinch hitter.

    Antonio Santos Aug 5 2:43am ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Robert Stephenson (back) was activated from the 10-day injured list on Wednesday, Aug. 4. In a corresponding move, RHP Antonio Santos was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.

    Robert Stephenson Aug 5 2:43am ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Robert Stephenson (back) was activated from the 10-day injured list on Wednesday, Aug. 4. In a corresponding move, RHP Antonio Santos was optioned to Triple-A Albuquerque.

    Jake Burger Aug 5 2:33am ET

    Chicago White Sox INF Jake Burger (hand) was placed on the seven-day IL at Triple-A Charlotte on Wednesday, Aug. 4. He was optioned back on July 26.

    Chris Rodriguez Aug 5 2:30am ET

    Prior to Wednesday's game, The Los Angeles Angels have demoted right-hander Chris Rodriguez to Triple-A Salt Lake, according to Sam Blum of The Athletic. Rodriguez was recalled on Monday and made one start, going six innings and allowing four runs on four hits. It was his second stint with the Angels this season, making the team out of spring and appearing 13 times out of the bullpen. He has put up a 3.86 ERA with 27 K and 13 BB in 25.2 IP altogether. Rodriguez seems to be the odd man out of a rotation that previously had seven pitchers. The Angels will continue to utilize him out of the rotation in the minors and he should get another shot as a starter at the big league level in the future. He didn't have much fantasy impact before his demotion and now he should definitely be dropped by fantasy managers who hoped he could stick around with the team.

    From RotoBaller

    Ian Anderson Aug 5 2:13am ET

    Atlanta Braves RHP Ian Anderson (shoulder) has been cleared to begin a rehab assignment and is expected to make at least two starts before being activated.

    Jack Flaherty Aug 5 2:13am ET

    St. Louis Cardinals RHP Jack Flaherty (oblique) is scheduled to start for Double-A Springfield on Friday, Aug. 6. It will be Flaherty's third rehab start and he's expected to throw up to 75 pitches.

    Kevin Gausman Aug 5 2:10am ET

    San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Kevin Gausman had endured three consecutive tough outings entering Wednesday's matchup with the Arizona Diamondbacks, but he appeared to once again be in all-star form for this one. Gausman allowed just one run on five hits and no walks in six innings while striking out eight batters, leading him to his 10th win and 15th quality start in 22 games this year. Fantasy managers may have been concerned before seeing this performance, but Gausman will look to continue his outstanding season going forward.

    From RotoBaller

    Elieser Hernandez Aug 5 2:03am ET

    Miami Marlins RHP Elieser Hernandez (quadriceps) is scheduled to make a rehab start for Triple-A Jacksonville on Thursday, Aug. 5.

    Alex Dickerson Aug 5 2:00am ET

    San Francisco Giants outfielder Alex Dickerson had a nice night at the plate Wednesday, going 2-for-4 with a home run, a walk, three RBI, and two runs scored. Despite only having four hits in his last 17 at-bats, Dickerson has put up a .706 slugging percentage in his last seven games. He now has a .226/.294/438 slash line with 12 homers in 217 at-bats. Dickerson figures to play against mostly right-handed pitching going forward, and he should be very useful for fantasy managers in leagues with daily lineup changes.

    From RotoBaller

    Donovan Solano Aug 5 2:00am ET

    San Francisco Giants second baseman Donovan Solano continued his hot hitting Wednesday, going 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI, and a run scored. The solo home run, off Arizona Diamondbacks' starter Zac Gallen, was Solano's fifth of the year. Solano has been on fire over his last seven games, putting up a .429/.448/.750 slash line with two home runs in that span. Solano doesn't excel in any particular category, but he's a steady producer and he needs to be rostered for as long as this hot streak lasts.

    From RotoBaller

    Tommy La Stella Aug 5 2:00am ET

    San Francisco Giants infielder Tommy La Stella came off the injured list Wednesday and got the start at third base batting second. He went 2-for-2 with two walks and a run scored before being lifted for a pinch-runner. La Stella showed no signs of rust despite the fact that this was his first game since May 2. With a crowded roster, he may not see a great deal of playing time, but manager Gabe Kapler has done quite well utilizing the depth on his team. La Stella isn't an immediate add for fantasy purposes, but he's worth keeping a keen eye on, especially if the injured Evan Longoria and Brandon Belt are slowed in their returns.

    From RotoBaller

    Seranthony Dominguez Aug 5 1:53am ET

    Philadelphia Phillies RHP Seranthony Dominguez (elbow) pitched an inning for High-A Jersey Shore on Tuesday, Aug. 3, as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery. He's set to rest for two days and then throw again.

    Brandon Crawford Aug 5 1:50am ET

    San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford continued his renaissance season Wednesday night, going 1-for-5 with his ninth steal of the season. Crawford is becoming more opportunistic as the season goes on, with five of those nine coming in his past 30 games. Crawford has enjoyed an outstanding season with an .895 OPS, 18 homers, 58 runs, and 63 RBI. There's no reason to believe that won't continue going forward, and fantasy managers who snapped him up off the waiver wire have to be feeling very smart.

    From RotoBaller

    Chris Archer Aug 5 1:43am ET

    Tampa Bay Rays RHP Chris Archer (hip, forearm) is slated to resume throwing on Friday, Aug. 6, after being removed from his most recent rehab start with a sore left hip.

    Greg Allen Aug 5 1:43am ET

    New York Yankees OF Greg Allen was optioned to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre following the game on Wednesday, Aug. 4.

    Matt Harvey Aug 5 1:40am ET

    Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Matt Harvey (knee) hadn't allowed a run in his last three outings entering Wednesday, but that streak came to an end against the New York Yankees. Harvey allowed two runs on three hits and two walks in four innings pitched. He struck out one batter. Harvey had only thrown 63 pitches when he exited the game after tweaking his knee. He is expected to make his next start on Tuesday against the Detroit Tigers, though fantasy managers may want to hold off on utilizing the right-hander despite recent success.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Mountcastle Aug 5 1:40am ET

    Baltimore Orioles first baseman/outfielder Ryan Mountcastle continued his hot hitting Wednesday against the New York Yankees, coming through with another home run, his 19th of the season. In addition to the solo shot, Mountcastle also provided a sacrifice fly in four plate appearances. Mountcastle has provided a .464/.467/.893 slash line with three homers in his last seven games, raising his season OPS to .782 in the process. With his four steals on the year, Mountcastle offers a bit of everything and is surely driving fantasy managers' success over the past few weeks.

    From RotoBaller

    Austin Hays Aug 5 1:40am ET

    Baltimore Orioles outfielder Austin Hays swiped his second base of the year Wednesday against the New York Yankees. He also went 1-for-4 with a single and an RBI. It's been a disappointing season for the 26-year-old, as he's managed just a .715 OPS with 11 homers in 283 at-bats. He's had an especially tough go of it with a .493 OPS over his last seven games. Fantasy managers may want to hold Hays based on his former pedigree as a prospect, but they might want to look to other options for the rest of this season.

    From RotoBaller

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