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  • StandingsExpanded
    Doderfishes Roto 5075.5
    King Kai - BL50-874.5
    *Gray Gorillas (3)(50)[CY/TT]68.0
    You down with OBP61.0
    Blue Jays 1058.5
    T BILL 2357.0
    1team52.5
    Judge & Drury43.0
    comecatchme30.5
    geneva29.5
  • Player Notes
    A.J. Puk Aug 19 1:33pm ET

    Oakland Athletics LHP A.J. Puk was recalled to the majors Monday, Aug. 19. The organization's No. 2 prospect is expected to pitch Tuesday, Aug. 20, against the New York Yankees.

    Marcus Semien Aug 19 12:10pm ET

    Oakland Athletics shortstop Marcus Semien was 1-for-3 with a solo home run during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Houston Astros. The 28-year-old is batting .200 over his past seven games, so it was welcoming to see him hit a long ball. Semien has enjoyed a productive season in 2019, posting a .271 average to go along with 21 HRs, 58 RBI, seven stolen bases, and 90 runs scored. He is a worthy fantasy option in all formats with 10 or more teams as he continues to bat leadoff for the A's.

    From RotoBaller

    Brett Anderson Aug 19 12:00pm ET

    Oakland Athletics starter Brett Anderson allowed four runs on seven hits across five innings of work during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Houston Astros. He struck out three batters while walking four. Anderson has been a reliable option in the A's rotation this campaign. He owns a 10-9 record to go along with a 4.06 ERA, 1.29 WHIP, and 74/40 K/BB rate. The 31-year-old is not a league-winner by any means, but he can produce decent ratios when facing mediocre opponents. He'll have a better matchup in his next projected appearance against the San Francisco Giants.

    From RotoBaller

    Mark Melancon Aug 19 11:50am ET

    Atlanta Braves reliever Mark Melancon picked up a strikeout during a perfect ninth inning in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday. It was his second converted save opportunity in as many days. After an incredibly shaky start to his Braves' tenure, the veteran right-hander is starting to find his groove. He has converted all three save opportunities with his new team, and has seemingly locked down the closer role moving forward. He is deserving of ownership in all fantasy formats as the ninth-inning option for one of baseball's best teams.

    From RotoBaller

    Max Fried Aug 19 11:40am ET

    Atlanta Braves starter Max Fried allowed three runs on eight hits across five innings of work during Sunday's 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. He struck out eight while walking three batters in the no-decision. Through four starts in August, Fried owns a 3-0 record to go along with a 2.01 ERA. He has produced a 14-4 record on the season as well as a 3.84 ERA, 1.40 WHIP, and 134/41 K/BB rate. The 25-year-old has blossomed into a reliable fantasy starter in all formats. His next projected start comes against the New York Mets, whom he limited to one run across six innings on August 13.

    From RotoBaller

    Tony Gonsolin Aug 19 11:40am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers starter Tony Gonsolin allowed one run on five hits across four innings of work during Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves. He struck out two batters without issuing a walk. It was the 25-year-old's first start since August 5, which explains his limited pitch count. It is unclear how the Dodgers will utilize Gonsolin for the remainder of the season, but he is going to get another start during his current stint in the rotation. Unfortunately, his next projected appearance comes against the potent New York Yankees, so fantasy managers will have to be careful.

    From RotoBaller

    Cody Bellinger Aug 19 11:30am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger was 1-for-4 with a three-run home run during Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves. The 24-year-old has homered five times in his past seven contests. Bellinger is slashing .317/.415/.671 this season with 42 HRs, 97 RBI, 98 runs scored, 10 stolen bases, and a 16.6 percent walk rate. He is one of the best fantasy bats in all of baseball. Start him without hesitation each night.

    From RotoBaller

    Wade Davis Aug 19 10:40am ET

    Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Wade Davis was promoted back into the closer role on Sunday when teammate Scott Oberg (clot) was put on the Injured List, and he immediately showed why he had been removed. Davis was given the standard save opportunity of a one-run lead in the top of the ninth inning at home, and he promptly walked the first batter he saw, gave up a double to put runners on second and third, and allowed a single to tie the game. He was removed without having attained a single out, and he was bailed out from taking the loss by his offense eventually tying it back up in the bottom half of the inning. Needless to say, nobody should rush out to grab Davis right now unless they are truly desperate for saves.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan McMahon Aug 19 10:30am ET

    Colorado Rockies infielder Ryan McMahon wishes he could play against the Marlins all the time. In a three-game set this weekend, McMahon went 4-for-11 with three home runs and a stolen base, and he's shown that he's become quite the homebody at this point. McMahon's home and road splits have grown to epic proportions as he hits .305 at home with 13 homers in 190 at-bats and just .226 with four home runs in 164 at-bats on the road. McMahon's future is in question next season since Brendan Rodgers will be back, but if he can pad his stats in some more home games, the next six weeks might win him a starting job somewhere.

    From RotoBaller

    Charlie Blackmon Aug 19 10:30am ET

    Colorado Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon launched his second home run of the weekend to help Colorado snag another victory from the Marlins on Sunday. Blackmon's solo drive combined with a critical single in the bottom of the ninth to keep the Rockies in the game and allow them to walk it off in the 10th inning. Following a drop in his home run total last year, there was concern that the 32-year-old might be starting his decline, but he's blasted his way back into relevance this year by drilling homers at a pace more reminiscent of 2017 and hitting for an eye-popping .327 average once again. Blackmon has given plenty of return to his owners this year.

    From RotoBaller

    Nolan Arenado Aug 19 10:20am ET

    Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado went yard for the 29th and 30th time this season on Sunday. Arenado's first homer of the game was a solo shot in the opening frame, and he finished up with a two-run blast in the bottom of the eighth to give Colorado a short-term lead. It looks to be another standard season for Arenado as he's on pace to finish with 39 home runs, 120 RBI, 105 runs scored, and a .300 batting average. He'll also likely take the Gold Glove at third base once again. Arenado won't win the MVP, again, but he's one of the most productive and consistent players in the league today.

    From RotoBaller

    Stephen Piscotty Aug 19 1:13am ET

    Oakland Athletics OF Stephen Piscotty (ankle) missed the game Sunday, Aug. 18 due to a right ankle injury. Manager Bob Melvin expects Piscotty to be back Tuesday, Aug. 20.

    Deven Marrero Aug 19 1:13am ET

    Miami Marlins SS Deven Marrero cleared waiver Sunday, Aug. 18 and accepted an outright assignment to Triple-A New Orleans.

    Amed Rosario Aug 19 1:03am ET

    New York Mets SS Amed Rosario made his first-ever outfield appearance Sunday, Aug. 18, due to an injury to OF J.D. Davis (calf). He fielded a single and flyout cleanly.

    J.D. Davis Aug 19 12:53am ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Mets OF J.D. Davis (calf) was lifted as a precaution Sunday, Aug 18, due to a tight right calf. Davis and manager Mickey Callaway insisted the outfielder is fine. Davis said he expects to be back in the field Tuesday, Aug. 19.

    Chance Sisco Aug 19 12:53am ET

    Updating a previous report, Baltimore Orioles C Chance Sisco (groin) took a foul ball to the 'privates,' according to manager Brandon Hyde. He is still being evaluated, and he will be ex-examined Monday, Aug. 19.

    Mike Moustakas Aug 19 12:38am ET

    Milwaukee's 3B Mike Moustakas had five RBIs going 3-for-4 with two home runs in a 16-8 loss to Washington on Sunday, Aug. 18.

    Lorenzo Cain Aug 19 12:33am ET

    Milwaukee Brewers OF Lorenzo Cain (oblique) is not expected to start Monday, Aug. 19. 'We're hoping he'll be better (Monday) but probably won't start the game. If he keeps making progress, we should be in good shape. Tomorrow is kind of an important day,' manager Craig Counsell said.

    Brett Anderson Aug 19 12:33am ET

    Updating a previous report, Oakland Athletics LHP Brett Anderson (finger) left his start Sunday, Aug. 18 due to a small blister on his finger. He said he doesn't expect it will be an issue heading into his next scheduled start.

    Mike Clevinger Aug 19 12:10am ET

    Cleveland's SP Mike Clevinger recorded 10 strikeouts in 5 innings with the win in a 8-4 win over the Yankees on Sunday, Aug. 18.

  • MLB SCOREBOARD - Mon Aug 19FULL
    Mon 7:05pm ET
    KCLopez R (1-7)
    BALMeans L (8-8)
    Mon 7:05pm ET
    WSHRoss R (3-3)
    PITWilliams R (5-5)
    Mon 7:10pm ET
    SEAGonzales L (12-10)
    TBMcKay L (2-2)
    Mon 7:10pm ET
    SDLauer L (6-8)
    CINBauer R (10-9)
    Mon 7:45pm ET
    MILDavies R (8-5)
    STLHudson R (11-6)
    Mon 8:05pm ET
    LAAPeters L (3-1)
    TEXAllard L (1-0)
    Mon 8:10pm ET
    CWSNova R (8-9)
    MINGibson R (11-5)
    Mon 8:10pm ET
    DETJackson R (3-5)
    HOUMiley L (11-4)
    Mon 9:40pm ET
    COLGonzalez R (0-4)
    ARIGallen R (2-3)
  • Latest Activity
    T BILL 23 8/19 9:46 am ET
    Doderfishes Roto 50 8/19 6:36 am ET
    1team 8/19 12:42 am ET
    *Gray Gorillas (3)(50)[CY/TT] 8/19 12:37 am ET
    You down with OBP 8/18 10:57 pm ET
    King Kai - BL50-8 8/18 6:54 pm ET
    geneva 8/17 8:25 pm ET
    Blue Jays 10 8/7 8:31 am ET
    comecatchme 7/25 3:31 pm ET
    Judge & Drury 7/22 10:47 am ET


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