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  • Fantasy Week 9
    Confederate Longknives185.0
    The Nation.23149.0
    MAGA #64 20199.0
    The Fixer147.0
    Charles Broccolis239.5
    Muscleheads III241.0
  • StandingsExpanded
    Charles Broccolis622412.0
    Muscleheads III532471.0
    THE BIGDADDY532430.5
    MAGA #64 20442259.0
    TRIPLE CROWN172076.5
    Confederate Longknives442313.0
    The Nation.23352226.0
    The Fixer352191.5
  • Player Notes
    Connor Sadzeck May 25 2:33am ET

    Seattle Mariners RP Connor Sadzeck (undisclosed) was removed from the game Friday, May 24, after being checked by the team trainer.

    Ryan Garton May 25 1:53am ET

    Seattle Mariners RP Ryan Garton cleared waivers and was assigned to Triple-A Tacoma on Friday, May 24.

    Jeff Hoffman May 25 1:43am ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Jeff Hoffman was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque Friday, May 24.

    Charlie Blackmon May 25 1:43am ET

    Colorado Rockies OL Charlie Blackmon (calf) did not play Friday, May 24, and is considered day to day with a sore right calf.

    Michael Wacha May 25 1:33am ET

    St. Louis Cardinals RHP Michael Wacha will work out of the bullpen moving forward, the team announced Friday, May 24. Wacha's last relief appearance was in 2016.

    J.D. Martinez May 25 1:23am ET

    Boston Red Sox OF J.D. Martinez (back) returned to the starting lineup Friday, May 24, after missing the team's previous four games with back problems.

    George Springer May 25 1:13am ET

    Updating a previous report, Houston Astros OF George Springer (hamstring) is expected to be placed on the injured list after injuring his hamstring on Friday, May 24. After the game, manager A.J. Hinch said the injury 'doesn't look good.' It was Springer's first game back after missing four in a row due to a stiff back.

    Roberto Perez May 25 1:03am ET

    Cleveland Indians C Roberto Perez (head) was back in the starting lineup on Friday, May 24, after missing a pair of games with a concussion.

    Sandy Baez May 25 1:03am ET

    Detroit Tigers RP Sandy Baez was optioned to Class AAA Toledo following the team's game Friday, May 24.

    Michael Conforto May 25 12:43am ET

    New York Mets OF Michael Conforto (concussion) has not been cleared by Major League Baseball to return from his concussion, though the team hopes it will happen this weekend. According to Conforto, his likely return date is Sunday, May 26.

    Chris Stratton May 25 12:43am ET

    Updating a previous report, Pittsburgh Pirates RP Chris Stratton (side) was removed from the game Friday, May 24, due to discomfort in his right side.

    Joe Kelly May 25 12:33am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers RP Joe Kelly was placed on the bereavement list Friday, May 24; he's expected to rejoin the team on Monday, May 27. In a corresponding move, OF Kyle Garlick was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City.

    Kyle Garlick May 25 12:33am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers RP Joe Kelly was placed on the bereavement list Friday, May 24; he's expected to rejoin the team on Monday, May 27. In a corresponding move, OF Kyle Garlick was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City.

    Dustin Pedroia May 25 12:30am ET

    Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia (knee) "didn't feel right" during his rehab game for Double-A Portland on Friday and came out of the game early. However, manager Alex Cora doesn't think it's a major concern. It's just one setback after another for the 35-year-old veteran. He's managed to play in just nine games so far in the last two seasons and it's fair to wonder when he'll make it back or even if he will at this point. Michael Chavis has taken a firm grip on the starting second base duties in Beantown, so Pedroia will be a bench bat if he ever finishes up his rehab assignment.

    From RotoBaller

    Christian Yelich May 25 12:23am ET

    Milwaukee Brewers OF Christian Yelich (back) returned to the lineup Friday, May 24, after missing the team's previous two games due to back spasms.

    Welington Castillo May 25 12:20am ET

    Chicago White Sox catcher Welington Castillo (head) left the game early on Friday after taking a foul tip off his mask in the eighth inning. He had a single in four plate appearances before departing. Castillo has had a rough go of it so far in 2019, hitting .176/.286/.318 with only three home runs and 10 RBI in 98 plate appearances. James McCann has been the far better catcher for fantasy owners and will likely start on Saturday. Castillo is likely going through the league's concussion protocol, so stay tuned on his status for the rest of the weekend and beyond.

    From RotoBaller

    Hunter Renfroe May 25 12:20am ET

    San Diego Padres outfielder Hunter Renfroe blasted his 12th home run of the year Friday propelling the club to a 6-3 win. Renfroe came up with two on and one out in the eighth before yanking the ball over the left field bleachers to break the tie. The 27-year-old's play this season has been streaky hitting his home runs in bunches while struggling to make contact over other stretches of games. His 27.0% K-rate and .230 batting average is less than ideal, but his home run total and 26 RBI are carrying his fantasy value. With his sporadic play he is avoidable in shallower formats, but his pop appeals in deeper mixed leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Turner May 25 12:20am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said that he pulled third baseman Justin Turner from the game on Friday just to rest him and that he "probably" won't play on Saturday. Turner had a hit, run scored and his first stolen base of the season in his three plate appearances on Friday night. He's been solid this year with a .283/.378/.428 slash line, six home runs 23 runs and 23 RBI in 196 plate appearances, and the Dodgers are just trying to keep him fresh for the long haul. Don't plan to have him in your fantasy lineups for Saturday's slate of games.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Braun May 25 12:10am ET

    Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun went 2-for-4 with a run in Friday's loss to the Phillies. Braun seems to be breaking out of his extended slump recently after hitting safely in eight of the last nine games with three multi-hit games, a home run and a steal in that span. Braun will get more days of rest than most starters, but he seems to be a fixture in the middle of the lineup for the Brewers and is a mediocre outfield option in most leagues, but very valuable in daily lineup leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Joey Lucchesi May 25 12:00am ET

    San Diego Padres starter Joey Lucchesi had one of his best starts of the season Friday night in Toronto. He struck out 11 batters over 6.2 IP giving up just three hits and a walk, although two of the hits were home runs. The lefty didn't allow a baserunner until the fifth when he issued a walk followed by back-to-back homers for the only damage against him on the evening. Lucchesi holds a 4.25 ERA and a very respectable 1.18 WHIP so far in his second big league season. Expect a few up-and-down starts from the 25-year-old, but starts like this show there's great potential here.

    From RotoBaller

    NYYGreen R (0-2)
    KCJunis R (3-5)
  • Latest Activity
    THE BIGDADDY 5/25 12:46 am ET
    MAGA #64 20 5/25 12:25 am ET
    Muscleheads III 5/24 9:30 pm ET
    FTP01 5/24 9:26 pm ET
    Crabby 5/24 1:47 pm ET
    TRIPLE CROWN 5/24 9:14 am ET
    Confederate Longknives 5/23 7:40 pm ET
    The Nation.23 5/20 11:26 am ET
    Charles Broccolis 5/20 10:27 am ET
    The Fixer 4/29 12:30 pm ET

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