dont worry it gets easier try the copy feature and you are welcome
Thanks MGM. .... I am new to RTS, but the Legacy view is something I am familiar with. Tonight, I got to use this new waiver wore format, let's see how many mistakes I make. 😄
hey guys the old line up page is available just scroll down on the current lineup page to the bottom and click on LEGACY LINEUP on the right hand side and presto it changes. you must click it every time but if you like the old page better like me at least you now have an option.
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Baltimore Orioles outfielder Austin Hays had another nice day at the plate in Saturday's 11-6 loss to the Red Sox. Hays went 2-for-5 with a single, a double, and two RBI. The 25-year-old has been hitting well lately, batting .323 with five RBI over his last seven games. Hays has shown flashes of success throughout his young career, so fantasy managers should keep an eye on him, especially if he continues to produce at the plate.
Baltimore Orioles shortstop Freddy Galvis extended his hit streak to nine in Saturday's 11-6 loss to the Red Sox, going 1-for-2 with a solo home run and a strikeout. Galvis took Garrett Richards deep in the second inning for his fourth HR of the season. Galvis has quietly stepped it up lately and now owns a .286/.343/.516 slash line with 10 RBI on the season. He still isn't the most exciting fantasy player, but he could be a nice streamer for fantasy managers dealing with injuries or looking for a boost.
Baltimore Orioles pitcher Zac Lowther did not fare well in his first career start, taking the loss in an 11-6 game against the Red Sox. Lowther only lasted 2 1/3 innings, allowing seven runs on seven hits (including a two-run home run) and two walks with three strikeouts. The 25-year-old has pitched well in his minor league career, but it looks like he may need some more experience before he's ready for the big leagues. It remains to be seen if Lowther will take another turn in the rotation with the O's, but he should be avoided if he does.
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Cavan Biggio belted his third homer of the season on Saturday, helping his team beat the Astros 8-4. He took Cristian Javier deep in the third inning for a two-run shot as he finished the game going 1-for-2 with two runs and a pair of walks. Biggio has spent the season splitting time between the outfield and third base which might be having an effect on his focus at the plate since he's learning new positions. He's slashing just .215/.327/.344 with a 29.5% K-rate, zero steals, and seven RBI through 28 games, not ideal numbers for where he was taken in drafts. There's still plenty of time for the 26-year-old to turn it around, but be wary he may not meet his counting stats projections by year's end.
Toronto Blue Jays starter Steven Matz improved to 5-2 on the season in the team's 8-4 win over the Astros on Saturday. The lefty struck out four over five innings while allowing three runs on eight hits and no walks in the 92-pitch effort. Matz has cooled off since his first three superb starts of the season as his ERA and WHIP are now up to 4.86 and 1.27 on the season. Without his five wins his stats don't offer much for fantasy, so he's fallen off the 12-team radar, but there's still some streamer appeal in deeper formats. Matz will get the Phillies in Dunedin in his next contest which isn't a matchup that's very appealing on paper.
Seattle Mariners second baseman Dylan Moore had a solid showing Saturday night against the Texas Rangers. Moore went 2-for-4 with a double and a bunt single, and he came around to score both times. Moore has managed to stay in the lineup despite his terrible start to the season, because essentially the Mariners just don't have better options. His speed gives him a decent fantasy floor, with six steals on the year, but he should be on benches until his ratios pick up.
Toronto Blue Jays catcher Danny Jansen popped his third homer of the season, and third in as many days, during the team's 8-4 win over the Astros on Saturday. After finishing April with an atrocious .045/.143/.068 slash line, the 26-year-old has picked it up with the bat of late with hits in four of his six May starts. We still need to see a lot more from Jansen to warrant roster consideration in one-catcher formats since his batting average has just finally pushed above the .100 mark. With Alejandro Kirk on the 60-day IL, Jansen will get more than the lion's share of starts behind the dish, and perhaps more playing time will help his bat find a groove.
Seattle Mariners first baseman Evan White finally had a big day at the plate Saturday. White went 2-for-3 with a home run and a double, driving in three total runs. His two-run shot came in the top of the second inning off Rangers starter Kohei Arihara, and was White's second big fly of the year. Even after this big game, White still only has a .462 OPS over 87 at-bats. He was recently dropped to eighth in the lineup, leaving him considerably less opportunity for counting stats than when he was batting fourth or fifth. White should stay on fantasy waiver wires.
Seattle Mariners shortstop J.P. Crawford was in the five-hole once again Saturday, and he went 1-for-5 to drive in two runs. Crawford has been hot of late, with a .300/.364/.440 line over the last 15 days, and an even better .318/.400/.500 line over the last week. Crawford has never been known to hit the ball particularly hard, but he shows excellent patience and bad control, with a chase rate and whiff rate in the 87th and 79th percentiles. Sitting in the five-spot, he should have plenty of opportunities to drive in runs, and could be a decent fill-in while he's hot for fantasy managers in need of a plug-in at their middle infield slot.
Seattle Mariners catcher Luis Torrens drew the start Saturday, and went 1-for-4 with a home run. The solo shot came in the top of the eighth inning, and temporarily gave the Mariners the lead, though his own error would contribute to the three runs Texas scored in the bottom of the inning. Torrens has received plenty of playing time, but his .621 OPS is just not enough to make him worthwhile fantasy-wise at the moment, even in two-catcher formats.
Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager went deep Saturday against the Texas Rangers. The homer, Seager's sixth of the year, came off of lefty reliever Kolby Allard, and was absolutely crushed to center field. He also singled and walked in the contest. After a very hot start, Seager's OPS has settled back towards his career average, now sitting at .772. Consistently batting in the third spot in the lineup, Seager represents a solid, if unspectacular, fantasy asset. He should be on fantasy rosters in all but the deepest of leagues.
Seattle Mariners designated hitter Ty France had yet another tough day at the plate against the Rangers Saturday. France had plenty of opportunities with men on base, but he was once again not able to pick up a hit, going 0-for-5 in the contest. He did manage to bring one run home on a fielder's choice. Over the past week, France has only managed a single hit and has an OPS of .215, which is hard to fathom for such a steady line-drive hitter. The only thing keeping him in the top half of the lineup is the lack of options. France is a hold for now, but it would be understandable for fantasy managers to be losing patience.
Seattle Mariners pitcher Ljay Newsome (elbow) left Saturday's game with an injury after completing only one inning. Newsome entered after starter Erik Swanson, and was expected to throw multiple innings as a bulk pitcher, but exited with what was later deemed right elbow inflammation. In his one inning, Newsome allowed three runs on four hits while striking out two. Hopefully Newsome won't be forced to miss much time, but regardless he should be left on fantasy waiver wires.
Seattle Mariners relief pitcher Ljay Newsome (elbow) exited Saturday's outing against Texas. The 24-year-old lasted only an inning and was pulled after suffering inflammation in his right elbow. The righty doesn't offer much of an upside, so fantasy managers likely won't lose any sleep if he ends up taking a trip to the 10-day injured list, especially after posting a miserable 5.83 ERA throughout his career.
Seattle Mariners outfielder Kyle Lewis had another solid game Saturday, collecting two hits in three at-bats and walking twice. He also scored a run. Lewis has been steadily bringing his numbers up since returning from injury, and he now holds a .246/.306/.745 slash line with three homers in 57 at-bats. Over the last seven games, he has an even more robust .346/.414/.500 line. Lewis is an excellent fantasy asset, and should be in fantasy lineups in all formats.
Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. (hand) is considered day-to-day. The 23-year-old took a pitch to his left hand during Saturday's outing against the Phillies, resulting in a bruised left pinky. Luckily, x-rays were negative, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see him out of the lineup for the series finale against Philly on Sunday.
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt had a big game in Saturday's 9-8 win over the Colorado Rockies. "Goldy" went 3-for-5 with a home run and two singles, scoring three times and driving in three runs. His home run was a two-run shot in the fifth inning, his fifth blast of the season. Goldschmidt raised his batting average to .246 and his OPS to .690. He hasn't been the Paul Goldschmidt we're all used to yet this season, but he seems to be heating up now.
Chicago White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada went 2-for-5 with a run scored and three RBI in Saturday's victory versus the Kansas City Royals. Moncada entered the game with three hits over his last 18 at-bats, but has been having a nice season overall. Moncada is now hitting .262 on the season with three home runs and 19 RBI on the season and continues to be a valuable option at the hot corner for managers. Moncada will look to keep it up versus Mike Minor on Sunday.
Minnesota Twins third baseman Josh Donaldson provided the offense for his team in a 7-3 loss to the Tigers on Saturday. Donaldson went 2-for-4 with three RBI, a walk, and a run scored. The veteran third baseman tied the game in the fifth inning with a two-run blast off of Jose Urena, which traveled 425 feet at an exit velocity of 113.1 MPH. Donaldson later delivered an RBI double in the top of the eighth inning. He's now batting .290 with a .882 OPS and three homers and ranks in the 90th-percentile or better in hard-hit rate, expected batting average, and expected slugging percentage.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina returned from the injured list for Saturday's game and drove in three runs. Molina went 1-for-4 with the three RBI in his first game since April 26. He'd missed time due to a foot injury but was able to catch the full game and looked fine throughout. He'll have a .319 batting average and a .969 OPS heading into his next game.
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