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  • Player Notes
    Nick Ahmed Sep 17 1:13am ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks SS Nick Ahmed (hand) left the game Monday, Sept. 16 against the Miami Marlins due to an apparent right hand injury.

    Chris Archer Sep 17 1:13am ET

    The Pittsburgh Pirates moved RHP Chris Archer (shoulder) from the 10-day to 60-day injured list on Monday, Sept. 16 due to right shoulder inflammation.

    Luis Torrens Sep 17 1:13am ET

    The San Diego Padres recalled C Luis Torrens from Double-A Amarillo on Monday, Sept. 16 and they transferred LHP Adrian Morejon (shoulder) from the 10-day to 60-day injured list.

    Adrian Morejon Sep 17 1:13am ET

    The San Diego Padres recalled C Luis Torrens from Double-A Amarillo on Monday, Sept. 16 and they transferred LHP Adrian Morejon (shoulder) from the 10-day to 60-day injured list.

    Garrett Richards Sep 17 1:03am ET

    The San Diego Padres activated RHP Garrett Richards (ankle) from the 60-day injured list to start Monday, Sept. 16 against the Milwaukee Brewers.

    Renato Nunez Sep 17 1:03am ET

    Baltimore Orioles 3B Renato Nunez (hand) was hit by a pitch on the hand in the game Monday, Sept. 16 against the Detroit Tigers, forcing him to leave early. X-rays after the game were negative.

    Buck Farmer Sep 17 1:03am ET

    Detroit Tigers RP Buck Farmer (heart) left his appearance Monday, Sept. 16 against the Baltimore Orioles due to an accelerated heartbeat and dizziness. Initial tests came back negative.

    Stephen Piscotty Sep 17 12:53am ET

    Oakland Athletics OF Stephen Piscotty (ankle) might not return before the end of the regular season due to his sore ankle. Manager Bob Melvin said Monday, Sept. 16, that it might be tough to get him ready before the regular season concludes.

    Josh VanMeter Sep 17 12:53am ET

    Cincinnati Reds INF Josh VanMeter (personal) left the game Monday, Sept. 16 against the Chicago Cubs due to a family medical issue.

    Lucas Giolito Sep 17 12:53am ET

    Chicago White Sox RHP Lucas Giolito (lat) is dealing with a mild strain of his latissimus muscle and he will be shut down for the remainder of the 2019 season.

    Marcell Ozuna Sep 16 11:10pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Marcell Ozuna drove in four runs on Monday, providing all of the offense for starting pitcher Dakota Hudson and the Cardinals. Ozuna went 2-for-4 with a home run and a double, scoring a run and raising his slash line to .252/.332/.495. The home run was his 28th of the season, and the double was his 21st. It's been a hot and cold streaky season for Ozuna, but he's been solid overall. Ozuna is most valuable on fantasy teams with managers who can stay on top of his hot and cold streaks, but is a solid enough outfielder in most formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Carlos Martinez Sep 16 11:00pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals closer Carlos Martinez collected his 20th save of the season on Monday, getting the last out of the game by throwing just two pitches. Martinez has been solid in his first go around as a closer, posting the 20 saves and an even 3.00 ERA. He should be a solid contributor in all formats for the rest of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Dakota Hudson Sep 16 11:00pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Dakota Hudson threw seven great innings on Monday, allowing just two runs on five hits and two walks. Hudson was able to limit hard contact, but he didn't get too many swings-and-misses, racking up just one strikeout. Still, it was a solid performance from Hudson, who lowered his ERA to 3.35. Hudson now has way more wins than most people think, improving his record to 16-7, only one win shy of the National League lead.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyler Alexander Sep 16 10:00pm ET

    Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Tyler Alexander allowed one run across six innings and earned his first career win Monday against the Orioles. Alexander only allowed four hits and didn't walk a batter while striking out three. Alexander now sports a 4.87 ERA across 44 1/3 Big League innings after putting up a 5.13 ERA in Triple-A this season despite a 4.56 xFIP. He has a good matchup against the White Sox lined up for Sunday but Alexander isn't a pitcher that should be added in fantasy. His 21.3 percent strikeout rate is below average and won't get much run support pitching for the Tigers.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Jimenez Sep 16 9:30pm ET

    Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Joe Jimenez pitched a scoreless ninth inning to earn his seventh save of the season Monday against the Orioles. Jimenez got the first two outs effortlessly before making things interesting by allowing three straight singles to bring Trey Mancini to the plate as the go-ahead run. Fortunately for Jimenez, he was able to strike out Mancini and nail down the win for Detroit. He won't get many saves pitching for one of the worst teams in baseball, but Jimenez is the clear-cut closer for the Tigers and his elite 31.7 percent strikeout rate make him a must-own option in any league where saves are a category.

    From RotoBaller

    Trey Mancini Sep 16 9:00pm ET

    Baltimore Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini went 2-for-5 with a solo home run in a loss to the Tigers Monday. Mancini had a leadoff double in the fourth inning before he took starter Tyler Alexander deep in the sixth for his 33rd round-tripper of the season. In a disappointing season for the Orioles, Mancini has quietly been a solid contributor in fantasy batting .279 with a .873 OPS to go with 98 runs scored and 83 RBI. Mancini should be started in most leagues, especially with good matchups on the horizon against the back end of the Blue Jays rotation.

    From RotoBaller

    Stephen Piscotty Sep 16 8:40pm ET

    Oakland Athletics outfielder Stephen Piscotty (ankle) has had some more soreness in his right ankle and manager Bob Melvin has suggested it will be difficult for Piscotty to return by the end of the season. Piscotty, who has been on the injured list since August 25, was working out attempting to recover from a high ankle sprain when he experienced the setback in his recovery. With only two weeks left in the season, Piscotty can be dropped in all redraft formats.

    From RotoBaller

    John Means Sep 16 8:20pm ET

    Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher John Means allowed five runs in 5 2/3 innings and took his 11th loss of the season Monday at Detroit. Means allowed six hits and two walks while only striking out three on the afternoon. Means had been on a roll before this start allowing only seven earned runs in his previous 27 innings across four starts so this was a disappointing effort against the lowly Tigers. Means sees his ERA rise to 3.65 though his xFIP is much higher at 5.47 with only a 19.3 percent strikeout rate. Still, Means is worth a look as a streamer this weekend in a good matchup against the Mariners.

    From RotoBaller

    Mike Fiers Sep 16 8:00pm ET

    Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Mike Fiers (arm) is expecting to throw a bullpen session Tuesday. Fiers left Saturday's start against the Rangers with nerve irritation in his right arm. He hasn't had an MRI yet but said he's feeling good and the visit to the doctor went well. It sounds like Fiers could have a shot to make his next scheduled start this Saturday against Texas pending the medical results and how his arm feels after throwing. While the medical news is encouraging, Fiers is not a recommended start this weekend in fantasy. He hasn't had a quality start since August 9 and has a 6.89 ERA and 7.59 FIP in that time frame.

    From RotoBaller

    Wilson Ramos Sep 16 7:40pm ET

    New York Mets catcher Wilson Ramos (rest) is not in the lineup Monday at Colorado. It appears to be a routine day off for the 32-year-old backstop who has been rock-solid for fantasy owners this season slashing .291/.353/.423 with 14 homers and 72 RBI in 132 games. Tomas Nido will start at catcher and bat eighth vs Antonio Senzatela. Nido is worth a shot in DFS as a cheap catcher option based on the good matchup and playing at hitter-friendly Coors Field.

    From RotoBaller

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