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  • StandingsExpanded
    Big League Choo73.5
    The Who70.0
    Breaking Balls67.0
    Minter Is Here59.0
    tokin ballerz57.0
    Mary Janes Last Dance56.5
    *Gray Gorillas (58)(100){JR/FL}56.0
  • Player Notes
    Max Kepler Sep 19 2:13am ET

    Minnesota Twins OF Max Kepler (shoulder) missed his fourth consecutive game Wednesday, Sept. 18, due to a sore shoulder.

    Sam Travis Sep 19 2:03am ET

    Boston Red Sox 1B Sam Travis (head) was placed in MLB's concussion protocol after being hit in the head by a pitch on Tuesday, Sept. 17.

    Mookie Betts Sep 19 2:03am ET

    Boston Red Sox OF Mookie Betts (foot) was out of the lineup for a fourth straight game on Wednesday, Sept. 18. Betts could return as a DH this weekend, according to manager Alex Cora.

    Buster Posey Sep 19 1:53am ET

    San Francisco Giants C Buster Posey (back, hip) missed his second consecutive game Wednesday, Sept. 18, but could return as early as Thursday, Sept. 19, according to manager Bruce Bochy.

    Brad Hand Sep 19 1:33am ET

    Cleveland Indians RP Brad Hand (arm) threw a bullpen session on Wednesday, Sept. 18, and manager Terry Francona said it was 'nice to see him look like himself.' Hand has not pitched since Sept. 8.

    Mason Williams Sep 19 1:23am ET

    Baltimore Orioles OF Mason Williams (shoulder, knee) did not suffer a concussion after crashing into the wall on Tuesday, Sept. 17, but he wasn't in the lineup Wednesday, Sept. 18, due to soreness in his shoulder and knee.

    Tim Mayza Sep 19 1:23am ET

    Toronto Blue Jays RP Tim Mayza (elbow) underwent elbow surgery on Wednesday, Sept. 19. He will miss all of 2020 and hopes to return in time for spring training of 2021.

    Mike Trout Sep 19 12:43am ET

    Los Angeles Angels OF Mike Trout (foot) will undergo surgery on Friday, Sept. 20, to treat Morton's neuroma in his right foot. He was previously ruled out for the remainder of the season.

    Nick Ahmed Sep 19 12:33am ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks SS Nick Ahmed (finger) missed his second consecutive game Wednesday, Sept. 18, due an injured finger.

    Jorge Alfaro Sep 19 12:33am ET

    Miami Marlins C Jorge Alfaro (hand) was back in the starting lineup Wednesday, Sept. 18, after being removed from the team's previous game.

    Jakob Junis Sep 19 12:23am ET

    Kansas City Royals RHP Jake Junis has been shut down for the rest of the 2019 season, according to manager Ned Yost. The move was made based on the number of innings he's pitched this season and not an injury.

    Matt Adams Sep 19 12:13am ET

    Washington Nationals 1B Matt Adams (shoulder) took swings in the batting cage Wednesday, Sept. 18; it was his first time swinging a bat since suffering the shoulder injury Sept. 12.

    Joey Gallo Sep 19 12:03am ET

    Texas Rangers OF Joey Gallo (wrist) has flown back to the Dallas/Fort Worth area for re-evaluation, the team said Wednesday, Sept. 18. Gallo's status for the remainder of the season is expected to be updated Friday, Sept. 20.

    Hunter Harvey Sep 18 11:53pm ET

    Baltimore Orioles RHP Hunter Harvey has been shut down for the remainder of the 2019 season. He had deal with biceps soreness previously, but manager Brandon Hyde said Wednesday, Sept. 18 that the move to shut him down is precautionary and no tests were needed.

    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Sep 18 11:53pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays 3B Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (rib) left the game Wednesday, Sept. 18 against the Baltimore Orioles due to a rib injury.

    Andres Munoz Sep 18 11:43pm ET

    San Diego Padres RP Andres Munoz has been shut down for the 2019 season after throwing almost twice as many innings as he did in 2018. He will head into spring training as the frontrunner to protect slim leads in the eighth inning of close games in 2020.

    Hector Neris Sep 18 10:40pm ET

    Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher Hector Neris pitched a scoreless ninth inning to pick up his 28th save of the season Wednesday night against the Braves. Neris was called on to protect a three-run lead and did so with little drama striking out the first two batters he faced before getting Dansby Swanson to line out to end the game. The scoreless outing lowers his ERA to 2.98 to go with a 1.06 WHIP. Neris contributes in strikeouts as well with 87 strikeouts in 66 1/3 innings thanks to an elite 32 percent strikeout rate. He is the clear-cut closer in Philadelphia and should be owned in all leagues where saves matter.

    From RotoBaller

    Bryce Harper Sep 18 10:30pm ET

    Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper stuffed the stat sheet Wednesday night going 1-for-3 with a two-run homer, his 32nd of the season. Harper also walked in the game and stole his 14th base to cap a big night for fantasy owners. Harper has struggled lately with just a .233 batting average and a .737 OPS so far in September but is still making 51.7 percent hard contact this month so the hits should start falling soon. Harper is a must-start fantasy option despite a rough matchup Thursday against Mike Soroka before another tough game Friday against Indians starter Shane Bieber.

    From RotoBaller

    Kolby Allard Sep 18 10:20pm ET

    Texas Rangers starting pitcher Kolby Allard gave up two runs on four hits in five innings against the Astros Wednesday. Allard was wild in this one issuing a season-high four walks while only striking out two on the evening. Allard has shown some promise in his rookie year pitching to a 3.16 FIP which is much better than his actual ERA of 4.25 making him an interesting prospect going into next season. As for this season, Allard will make what could be his final start next Tuesday in a tough matchup at home against the Red Sox and is not a recommended fantasy option for owners vying for a championship.

    From RotoBaller

    David Price Sep 18 10:13pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Boston Red Sox LHP David Price (wrist) is officially shut down and he will see team doctors in the upcoming days. While manager Alex Cora said Wednesday, Sept. 18 he feels the issue with Price is 'something minor,' the pitcher still might need offseason surgery.

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