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  • Player Notes
    Dexter Fowler Jul 15 1:30pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler (back) was able to take batting practice on Wednesday at Cardinals Summer Camp. Fowler had been out for a few days with tightness in his back, but the team never seemed too concerned about it and now he's back on the field. It shouldn't affect his availability for Opening Day. Fowler hit .238/.346/.409 with 19 home runs, 67 RBI, and 69 runs scored. He's an extremely streaky hitter worth starting in fantasy when he's hot, but hard to trust in season-long formats. He's a better fit in DFS and daily lineup leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Eduardo Rodriguez Jul 15 1:20pm ET

    Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez (illness) has been placed on the 10-day Injured List after testing positive for COVID-19, Red Sox manager Ron Roenicke announced after receiving permission from the players. Rodriguez was not the only player officially being placed on the IL, as left-handed pitchers Josh Taylor and Darwinzon Hernandez joined the 27-year-old as members of the team who will not be able to participate in summer camp at the moment. Rodriguez carries the most fantasy value of the three pitchers on the staff, as the left-hander posted career-bests of 19 wins, 213 strikeouts and a 3.81 ERA through 34 starts and 203 1/3 innings pitched in 2019, all which resulted in career-highs. With Rodriguez (COVID-19), Chris Sale (surgery) and David Price (trade) out of the picture for the Red Sox, 30-year-old right-hander Nathan Eovaldi, who has been impressive over the course of spring training and summer camp, expected to start on Opening Day against the Orioles in a favorable match-up to begin the 2020 season.

    From RotoBaller

    Tom Murphy Jul 15 1:00pm ET

    Seattle Mariners catcher Tom Murphy(foot) is out of the lineup on Wednesday after a foul tip hit his instep on Tuesday. Murphy was struck with a foul tip at the same spot last week and ended up missing a day as well. Murphy showed a lot of power last year, hitting 18 home runs in just 281 plate appearances, though his 31% strikeout rate did offer some downside. As long as Murphy can get back to the field soon, he remains our 22nd-ranked catcher for 2020 and is a potential great source of power for two-catcher leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Joe Musgrove Jul 15 12:50pm ET

    Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Joe Musgrove will make his final intrasquad start this Saturday, which likely means he'll pitch on Opening Day on July 24 against the Cardinals. The Pirates could slot him fourth in the starting rotation to have him start the home opener on July 28, but that would require another start next week on four days of rest, which makes little sense. The 27-year-old right-hander's 2019 numbers would've looked a lot better if not for a rough month of May, but he saw improvement in his velocity in the second half of the season and is worth taking a chance on late in mixed league drafts to round out your fantasy rotation.

    From RotoBaller

    Anthony Rizzo Jul 15 12:50pm ET

    Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo (back) had an MRI earlier this week that confirmed that he has inflammation in his lower back. Manager David Ross indicated that its still too early to determine if Rizzo will be placed on the injured list. If Rizzo misses time, catcher Victor Caratini and third baseman/outfielder Kris Bryant would be most likely to play first base.

    From RotoBaller

    Jose Urena Jul 15 12:30pm ET

    Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jose Urena has earned a rotation spot, according to Marlins beat writer Joe Frisaro. In the tweet, Frisaro mentions that Sandy Alcantara will start on Opening Day, then some mix of Urena, Caleb Smith, and Pablo Lopez will make up the 2-4 spots in the rotation, with the fifth spot yet to be determined. Urena has proven to be a below-average starting pitcher in the past, and when given a chance to work out of the bullpen last season, he proved to be well below-average in that role as well. Despite plenty of pitching depth and exciting young arms available, the team has decided to go with Urena. Urena came up in 2015 and has accumulated just 2.8 fWAR in almost five full seasons. He's coming off a 5.21 ERA in 2019 and rarely strikes guys out. He's not a fantasy option.

    From RotoBaller

    Sandy Alcantara Jul 15 12:20pm ET

    Miami Marlins starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara will get the Opening Day start. Manager Don Mattingly announced his Opening Day starter, and Alcantara will take the ball on July 24th against the Phillies to kick off the Marlins season. The 2019 All-Star pitched fairly well in 2019, posting a 3.88 ERA and 1.32 WHIP. He doesn't miss a ton of bats and can sometimes struggle with control, as seen by his 151 strikeouts and 81 walks in 197 1/3 innings last season, but he seemed to be pitching better as the season went on. There's reason to believe Alcantara still has plenty of untapped upside, but he may not be perfectly cast as a team's ace. Still, there's certainly a space for Alcantara on most fantasy teams this season.

    From RotoBaller

    Jack Flaherty Jul 15 12:20pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Jack Flaherty will start on Opening Day. Flaherty revealed the news himself on a Zoom call, saying, "Yeah. He told me. He should probably be the one to tell you guys, but oh well," referring to manager Mike Shildt. Flaherty should be one of the best fantasy starters in the league, and is rewarded for his excellent 2019 with this season's Opening Day nod. He posted a 2.75 ERA, 0.97 WHIP, and 231/55 strikeout-to-walk ratio last season. He should be one of the first starters drafted in all formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Aaron Judge Jul 15 9:40am ET

    New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge (neck) felt much better on Tuesday than he did on Monday, according to manager Aaron Boone. Even so, Judge was again held out of the teams intrasquad game on Tuesday and was limited to batting practice. The Yankees continue to expect Judge to recover in time for the start of the season, but what was initially characterized as a minor issue and attributed to Judge sleeping wrong has now held Judge out of games for four days. Fantasy owners should approach Judge with caution on draft day, as theres a chance that his stiff neck is related to the stress fracture in his rib.

    From RotoBaller

    Travis Shaw Jul 14 11:50pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays corner infielder Travis Shaw is nursing some groin soreness and is considered day-to-day. He ran the bases on Tuesday but was held out of the teams intrasquad game as a precaution. With Vladimir Guerrero Jr. moving across the diamond, Shaw will man the hot corner for the Jays this year and should provide some depth to a rising lineup. Signed to a one-year deal this offseason, the 30-year-old makes an intriguing late-round power option in all fantasy formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Garrett Richards Jul 14 11:40pm ET

    San Diego Padres starter Garrett Richards cannot wait to get going in a prove-it season. The Friars projected No. 3 starter has made just 31 appearances since 2016, dealing with myriad injuries including Tommy John surgery in 2018. Richards signed a two-year deal with the Padres before last season with the intention to rehab and gear up for 2020. Neither the team nor Richards believe there will be any restrictions in his workload. A power pitcher with a career 3.60 ERA, the 32-year-old is anxious to rejuvenate his career. Wallowing on draft boards with a 272 ADP, Richards is certainly worth a late-round flier in standard leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Jacob deGrom Jul 14 9:30pm ET

    Following up on an earlier report, New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom left a Mets' intrasquad game after just one inning on Tuesday. The Mets have since reported that his early departure was due to back tightness. At this point, it is too early to determine if this will impact deGrom's availability for the start of the season in ten days. If healthy, deGrom is an SP1 in all formats. He is coming off a 2019 season in which he posted an 11-8 record, 2.43 ERA, 0.97 WHIP, with 255 strikeouts in 204 innings pitched.

    From RotoBaller

    Jacob deGrom Jul 14 9:00pm ET

    New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom left the Mets' intrasquad game after just one inning on Tuesday. It is unclear whether this early departure was planned or if it was unexpected. Obviously, this bears monitoring if and when the Mets provide an update. The reigning National League Cy Young winner has been in midseason form in camp. If healthy, deGrom is an SP1 in all formats and should be one of the first two pitchers taken off the board in leagues that are redrafting for the shortened season.

    From RotoBaller

    Masahiro Tanaka Jul 14 4:40pm ET

    New York Yankees starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka (head) has reportedly been symptom-free since leaving the hospital last Saturday. The Yankees still have not provided a public timetable for Tanakas return from his concussion, but the 31-year-old hopes to throw a bullpen session soon, and it seems likely that hell get back on the mound in the coming days. As a result, fantasy owners should continue to expect that Tanaka will miss no more than one start at the beginning of the year.

    From RotoBaller

    Robinson Cano Jul 14 4:10pm ET

    New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano was back in Mets summer camp on Tuesday and was planning to practice with the team. Cano had been absent from camp over the past week. No reason for his absence has been provided by the Mets. During spring training, Cano had been strengthening his legs in an effort to avoid the quadriceps and hamstring issues that limited him to just 107 games in 2019. If healthy, the Mets will likely give Cano every opportunity to re-emerge as a productive bat in the middle of their potent lineup. That said, with only ten workout days remaining until Opening Day, it remains questionable whether Cano will be ready for action when the season opens. If Cano misses time, Jeff McNeil may move over to second base, opening up regular playing time for J.D. Davis at third base. Once fully ready to go, Cano is worth rostering in deep mixed leagues and in all NL-only formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Jed Lowrie Jul 14 12:20pm ET

    New York Mets infielder Jed Lowrie (leg) is still sporting a large brace on his left leg that will impact his ability to play for the Mets. Lowrie has been attempting to transition from a large brace to a smaller brace since spring training in March. The smaller brace would enable Lowrie to play in games but running with the smaller brace on causes Lowrie pain. As a result, until Lowrie can transition completely from any leg brace (or until he feels comfortable with the smaller brace on), he will not be able to help the Mets. At this point, it is doubtful that Lowrie will be ready to go by Opening Day. He will most likely open the season on the injured list, with Eduardo Nunez making the Mets 30-man roster as a utility infielder in Lowrie's absence. Lowrie missed nearly all of last season with left knee and hamstring injuries. If he can eventually overcome these injuries, Lowrie will function in a utility infielder role. As a utility infielder, however, it would take an injury to Jeff McNeil and/or Amed Rosario to guarantee consistent playing time for him in 2020. As such, even if he is eventually able to play, Lowrie is nothing more than a waiver claim as bench depth in deep NL-only formats

    From RotoBaller

    Robinson Cano Jul 14 12:10pm ET

    New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano has been absent from Mets summer camp over the past week. No reason for his absence has been provided by the Mets. During spring training back in March, Cano had been spending time strengthening his legs in an effort to avoid the quadriceps and hamstring issues that limited him to just 107 games in 2019. If Cano is healthy, the Mets will likely give him every opportunity to re-emerge as a productive bat in the middle of their potent lineup. Of course, with only ten workout days remaining until Opening Day and Cano still absent, it remains questionable whether he will be part of the 30-man roster when the season opens. If Cano misses time, Jeff McNeil may move over to second base, opening up regular playing time for J.D. Davis at third base. If and when healthy, Cano would be worth rostering in deep mixed leagues and in all NL-only formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Cal Quantrill Jul 13 11:50pm ET

    San Diego Padres pitcher Cal Quantrill is receiving praise in summer camp but may still not earn a starting gig. Battling for the fifth rotation spot with Joey Lucchesi, Quantrill appears destined to play the long-relief and follower role. A former top prospect, Quantrill pitched well in his 2019 rookie year before a 10.90 September ERA wrecked his line to a 5.16 ERA (4.28 FIP) across 103 frames. Quantrills versatility should get him plenty of opportunities even if the more experienced Lucchesi wins out. Drafted outside the top 700, Quantrill carries minimal fantasy value but could be in line for some wins as he soaks up middle innings.

    From RotoBaller

    Austin Hedges Jul 13 10:00pm ET

    San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges has been a polarizing player. Since 2017, the 27-year-olds been amongst the best defensive backstops in baseball. However, his offense has progressively diminished, culminating in a dreadful 47 wRC+ last year. While hes bopped double-digit homers three consecutive seasons, Padres leadership has put pressure on Hedges to advance his on-base skills. With emerging catcher Francisco Mejia the better hitter and making strides defensively, this is likely a make-or-break season for Hedges in San Diego. Currently a fantasy afterthought at an ADP of 642, Hedges must improve on his career .617 OPS to prolong his major league livelihood.

    From RotoBaller

    Francisco Mejia Jul 13 9:50pm ET

    San Diego Padres catcher Francisco Mejia has enjoyed a solid camp and can still win the starting job. After a miserable spring training, Mejia has redeemed himself on both sides of the diamond to compete with incumbent backstop Austin Hedges for opportunities. The 24-year-old posted a .754 OPS in 2019 with eight homers in 244 plate appearances and is the superior offensive option. However, despite Hedges atrocious 47 wRC+ last year, he remains one of baseballs best defensive catchers. Mejia is also an option at designated hitter, but ideally fantasy managers want him to grab the lions share of catcher reps. Falling just inside the top 15 signal-callers with a 236 ADP, Mejia bulls are banking on him making at least half the starts this season.

    From RotoBaller

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