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  • Fantasy Week 13
    Gashouse GURillas 939.5
    LUCKY68.5
    TP20 11 (8-4) P -11 +1 L88.0
    Lalonde-TP-M71.0
    Dragon Again116.0
    IN THE GAP128.0
    Lotsaluck104.0
    love of the game106.0
    MAGA #48 2093.5
    BOND BONDS1883.5
  • StandingsExpanded
    AmericanWLPts
    Lalonde-TP-M1023240.0
    MAGA #48 20573273.0
    Lotsaluck572903.5
    IN THE GAP483228.0
    LUCKY483023.0
    NationalWLPts
    love of the game933387.0
    TP20 11 (8-4) P -11 +1 L843898.0
    Dragon Again843897.5
    BOND BONDS18573246.0
    Gashouse GURillas 92102855.5
  • Player Notes
    CC Sabathia Jun 19 11:40am ET

    New York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia faces the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. Tampa Bay is nonetheless starting three left-handed hitters: Austin Meadows batting third, Brandon Lowe sixth, and Ji-Man Choi eighth. Sabathia has already allowed 15 home runs in 57 innings, so even Meadows and Lowe might make for good DFS picks at Yankee Stadium, but the right-handed Tommy Pham (batting second) is probably the best DFS play against Sabathia. As for the pitcher himself, he is an easy fade.

    From RotoBaller

    Giancarlo Stanton Jun 19 11:30am ET

    New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, who just returned from a nearly season-long stint on the injured list on Tuesday, takes a seat for Wednesday's game against Blake Snell and the Tampa Bay Rays. It makes some sense that the Yankees would slowly reintroduce Stanton into the lineup, especially after trading for Edwin Encarnacion. Encarnacion is the DH batting cleanup while Brett Gardner, Aaron Hicks, and Cameron Maybin man the outfield. Despite a 3.70 ERA, Snell remains dangerous with a 33.3 K% and 2.94 xFIP. But Encarnacion has already homered nine times in June, including his first with the Yankees on Tuesday, and could be a strong DFS play in the early five-game slate.

    From RotoBaller

    Francisco Mejia Jun 19 11:30am ET

    San Diego Padres catcher Francisco Mejia went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in his return to the majors Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers. Called up with starter and battery mate Logan Allen to catch his major league debut, Mejia launched a key big fly in the sixth for critical insurance in the victory. Mejia has been injured and rehabbing in Triple-A since May 10 and was hitting just .167 in 62 plate appearances for the Padres this year. However, he was roasting during his extended rehab, posting a 1.157 OPS. With backstops Austin Hedges struggling and Austin Allen recently optioned, Mejia should have opportunities to earn a larger share of catching duties. A former top prospect, hes an interesting low-cost DFS or deep league catching option.

    From RotoBaller

    Roman Quinn Jun 19 11:30am ET

    Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn, who returned from the injured list on Monday, is making his first start since April 24 on Wednesday. He will play center field bat seventh against Washington Nationals starting pitcher Patrick Corbin in the first game of a doubleheader. Scott Kingery moves to third base to stay in the lineup, batting third. Sean Rodriguez is in left as Maikel Franco, Jay Bruce, and Nick Williams take a seat. Corbin has struggled of late, but Quinn is a little low in the lineup to be a strong DFS play. Kingery is probably the best DFS bet in the Phillies lineup for the early slate.

    From RotoBaller

    Logan Allen Jun 19 11:20am ET

    San Diego Padres starter Logan Allen dazzled in his major league debut, shutting out the Milwaukee Brewers over seven innings to collect his first victory. Allen allowed three hits, two walks and endured the occasional trouble, but induced three clutch double plays to escape unscathed. His strongest inning came in his final frame when he struck out the side for a total of five punch outs. Allen, baseballs No. 61 prospect, will surely get another opportunity after starter Nick Margevicius was recently demoted. With three refined pitches and a decent strikeout track record, he could stick with the club. There is streaming interest in his potential outing next Wednesday visiting the Baltimore Orioles.

    From RotoBaller

    Jose Altuve Jun 19 11:20am ET

    Houston Astros second baseman Jose Altuve is batting third in his return to the team's lineup on Wednesday. Altuve has been out since May 12 with a left hamstring strain. With the long layoff, DFS players may want to wait a couple days to see how Altuve fares before using him. Standard fantasy managers, meanwhile, should immediately reinsert him into their lineups in all leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Yordan Alvarez Jun 19 11:10am ET

    Houston Astros outfielder Yordan Alvarez is out of the team's lineup Wednesday, his first off day since being called up on June 9. The Astros are visiting the Cincinnati Reds and thus without their designated hitter, which has been Alvarez's job several times since his call-up. The Astros are going with an outfield of Michael Brantley, Josh Reddick, and Jake Marisnick against Reds starting pitcher Tyler Mahle. Brantley and Reddick are batting second and fourth, respectively, and both have the platoon advantage against Mahle. They could make for strong DFS plays Wednesday.

    From RotoBaller

    Joey Votto Jun 19 11:10am ET

    Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto is not in the lineup for Wednesday afternoon's contest against the Houston Astros. Derek Dietrich is playing first base and batting cleanup as Jose Peraza moves to second base and Jose Iglesias takes shortstop. The Reds are facing Houston starting pitcher Gerrit Cole, whose 38.8% strikeout rate and 2.47 xFIP lead all qualified starting pitchers in MLB. No one in the Reds lineup is a particularly good DFS option against Cole.

    From RotoBaller

    Rafael Devers Jun 19 10:40am ET

    Boston Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers finished 3-for-8, with a home run, and two runs batted in during Tuesday's marathon, 17-inning loss to Minnesota. At the time, his seventh-inning solo shot was the go-ahead run for Boston, before the Twins tied it up in the eighth. After a scorching hot May, Devers has cooled off a bit in June hitting just .247 in 77 at-bats, although he has four home runs and 15 RBI. Boston will need more big days from Devers if they want to continue to climb the American League East ladder. He'll continue to be a prime DFS option when facing a right-handed pitcher and should be in season-long lineups daily.

    From RotoBaller

    J.D. Martinez Jun 19 10:40am ET

    Boston Red Sox designated hitter J.D. Martinez finished 0-for-8 with five strikeouts in Tuesday's 17-inning loss to Minnesota. This is actually the second time Martinez has fanned that many times in a game, with the first occurrence falling in 2013, as a member of the Houston Astros. It was clearly just a dreadful day for the slugger, who is hitting .290, with a .982 OPS and five homers this month. He'll get a chance to redeem himself Wednesday against the Twins' Kyle Gibson.

    From RotoBaller

    Mookie Betts Jun 19 10:40am ET

    Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts hit his 12th home run of the season Tuesday, in a 17-inning marathon loss to Minnesota. The long ball was his only hit, but he also drew two walks and stole a base. Betts led off the 13th inning with the go-ahead shot, but Boston's bullpen was unable to hold the lead in the following half inning. He also stranded five of the team's 30 men left on base in the game. On the season, he's hitting .264, with a .843 OPS, 12 HR, and 34 RBI. He's been struggling during June, hitting just .206, but his 16 walks are impressive as the leadoff hitter. He's certainly a high-profile player that will draw some buy-low attention, but he is best kept on your roster until he pulls out of this slump he is in.

    From RotoBaller

    David Price Jun 19 10:30am ET

    Boston Red Sox starting pitcher David Price lasted five innings, allowing just one run, on four hits, striking out only two, and walking none in a 17-inning loss to Minnesota Tuesday. He only threw 73 pitches, but Price was pulled from the game, to save his arm. It has been an up-and-down June for Price. Through four starts, he's spanned 18 2/3 innings, allowed 10 runs, with a 20/4 K/BB. However, in his previous start he allowed six runs in just 1 1/3 innings, so his month has been solid overall. Nonetheless, these shortened starts may become more frequent as Boston tries to keep the 33-year-old fresh for a postseason run, diminishing his season-long fantasy value. He'll likely get the ball next against the White Sox on Monday or Tuesday, where he will have a solid matchup, but with potential inning limitations, it may be best to stay away from Price.

    From RotoBaller

    Homer Bailey Jun 19 10:30am ET

    Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Homer Bailey has now thrown 13 2/3 straight innings of shutout ball. Bailey shut down the Mariners offense for 7 2/3 innings on Tuesday, giving him his second straight shutout win. Granted, his two matchups of the Tigers and Mariners are two of the worst offenses in baseball, but it's still an incredibly impressive accomplishment for a 33-year-old who has only had spurts of greatness. Bailey's outing against the Mariners was dominant as he struck out six and only allowed seven baserunners, and if he can continue to pitch like this, he could quickly become worthy in many fantasy leagues. However, he'll host the first-place Twins with one of the most powerful lineups in the league this weekend. Owners should be wary.

    From RotoBaller

    Whit Merrifield Jun 19 10:20am ET

    Kansas City Royals utility man Whit Merrifield recorded the second multi-home run game of his career on Tuesday against the Mariners when he went yard in the fourth and eighth innings of KC's rout. Merrifield drove in six in the game, and he even covered for teammate Adalberto Mondesi when Mondesi had to leave the game early due to an injured groin. After already setting the franchise record for longest hit streak earlier this season, Merrifield is back at it again, hitting safely in eight straight games. The 30-year-old is now hitting .306 with 10 homers and 11 stolen bases, and while he's been overshadowed by Mondesi, he's still an incredibly productive player with a ton of positional eligibility to boot.

    From RotoBaller

    Adalberto Mondesi Jun 19 10:20am ET

    Kansas City Royals star Adalberto Mondesi suffered some tightness in his groin during Tuesday's game, so he was removed and is considered day-to-day. A couple innings prior to the injury, Mondesi stole his 27th base of the season, but he said he aggravated the injury on an awkward slide at home on Alex Gordon's RBI single later in the first inning of the game. He told reporters afterward that he had stayed in the game through the fifth inning because he thought it would be okay, but it got tighter and tighter. Manager Ned Yost has already ruled him out of Wednesday's game.

    From RotoBaller

    Antonio Senzatela Jun 19 10:10am ET

    Colorado Rockies starting pitcher Antonio Senzatela didn't have the prettiest outing on Tuesday, but he got the job done. Though he allowed 11 baserunners in 6 2/3 innings, including four walks, Senzatela was able to skirt trouble just enough to escape with only one run allowed. His offense punished the Arizona pitching enough to nail down the win for him, and the five strikeouts he racked up were the second most he's had in a game this season. Senzatela still isn't an attractive fantasy option outside the deepest of leagues, but there's still hope that the youngster can build on some successes and turn these into better outings in the future.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan McMahon Jun 19 10:10am ET

    Colorado Rockies second baseman Ryan McMahon survived a competition with Garrett Hampson, survived a competition with Brendan Rodgers (for now), and now he's finally starting to come around at the plate. Following an RBI double on Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, McMahon is now carrying a five-game hitting streak that includes multiple three-hit games. He's knocked in six runs in his last three games, and he's only struck out three times in the last five games as well. If McMahon can get hot and stay that way for a little while, he's a valuable fantasy asset. At just 24 years of age, don't let his false starts spoil your opinion of him moving forward.

    From RotoBaller

    Nolan Arenado Jun 19 10:00am ET

    Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado destroyed a hanging curveball in the first inning of Tuesday's game with the Diamondbacks to give him 18 home runs on the season. The two-run shot combined with a run-scoring double later in the game give Arenado 60 RBI so far this year, second most in the league, and he's now hitting .327, good for sixth in the majors. Arenado has cut his strikeout rate down to just 11% this year while walking 8% of the time, one of the best ratios in the majors. All of this combines to make Arenado one of the best players in baseball once again.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Donaldson Jun 19 9:40am ET

    Atlanta Braves third baseman Josh Donaldson was 2-for-4 with a solo home run during a 10-2 loss to the New York Mets on Tuesday. Donaldson is slashing .259/.363/.482 on the season with 13 HRs and 34 RBI. The 33-year-old has battled inconsistency throughout the campaign, but his bat is starting to come alive in June as he has a .406 average with four HRs and eight RBI in his past seven games. Donaldson is a top-10 option at the third base position for the remainder of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Freddie Freeman Jun 19 9:30am ET

    Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman was 1-for-4 with a solo home run during Tuesday's 10-2 loss to the New York Mets. Freeman is slashing a hefty .367/.457/.667 over his past seven games with two HRs and 10 RBI. He has been a model of consistency this campaign. The 29-year-old is carrying a .313 average on the season with 20 HRs and 53 RBI. Freeman is undoubtedly one of the best bats in the National League. Lock him into your lineups every day and throw away the key.

    From RotoBaller

  • MLB SCOREBOARD - Wed Jun 19FULL
    Wed 12:35pm ET
    HOUCole R (6-5)
    CINMahle R (2-7)
    Wed 1:05pm ET
    TBSnell L (4-5)
    NYYSabathia L (3-4)
    Wed 1:05pm ET
    PHIEflin R (6-6)
    WSHCorbin L (5-5)
    Wed 3:37pm ET
    BALYacabonis R (1-1)
    OAKBassitt R (3-3)
    Wed 3:40pm ET
    MILDavies R (7-1)
    SDStrahm L (2-6)
    Wed 6:40pm ET
    KCKeller R (3-8)
    SEAGonzales L (7-6)
    Wed 7:05pm ET
    DETZimmermann R (0-4)
    PITWilliams R (2-1)
    Wed 7:05pm ET
    PHIArrieta R (6-5)
    WSHScherzer R (5-5)
    Wed 7:07pm ET
    LAAHeaney L (0-1)
    TORSanchez R (3-8)
    Wed 7:20pm ET
    NYMMatz L (5-4)
    ATLFried L (7-3)
    Wed 8:05pm ET
    CWSGiolito R (10-1)
    CHCLester L (5-5)
    Wed 8:05pm ET
    CLEPlutko R (3-1)
    TEXPalumbo L (0-0)
    Wed 8:10pm ET
    BOSRodriguez L (7-4)
    MINGibson R (7-3)
    Wed 8:15pm ET
    MIARichards R (3-7)
    STLPonce de Leon R (0-0)
    Wed 9:40pm ET
    COLGray R (6-5)
    ARIGreinke R (8-2)
    Wed 10:10pm ET
    SFPomeranz L (2-6)
    LADHill L (4-1)
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