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Brandon Phillips (2B)

Cincinnati Reds - 60% owned

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Bats: R, Throws: R

Brandon finished the day, Sunday, 2-for-3 with a walk and run scored. He finished the series 3-for-11 with three runs scored, an RBI, and two walks.

Fantasy Impact: During the month of May, Brandon is fifth amongst second-basemen in the MLB for batting average. He is batting .394, including seven runs, five RBI, four walks, and four stolen bases. With the potential of the Reds to put up a ton of runs, Phillips is a player you want in your lineup.

 

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Phillips went 0-for-2 on Sunday, but managed to walk twice in his efforts at the plate. He entered the game on a six game hit-streak, only to see it end. Brandon isn't the type to take hit streaks deep, but for him, it's a sign he's playing well.

Fantasy Impact: Over the last seven days Phillips is hitting .348, with a homerun and six RBI. Over the season he is hitting .289 (which is very Brandon-esque), so we've caught him on the good side of that average. I'd continue to play him for value until he starts cooling off.

 

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Brandon Phillips is touting a .269 average with seven RBIs on the 2015 campaign. The Reds continue to slate him in the four spot on the lineup. The last time he hit 20 homeruns in a season was 2009, but maybe the Reds know something we don't.

Fantasy Impact: So long as Brandon is batting in this spot, he will have plenty of opportunities to put up big numbers. He is surrounded by great hitters in the four spot, so there is always the potential to drive in or being driven in for points.

 

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Brandon Phillips garnered two more hits Sunday off Adam Wainwright to pull his season average to .304. After starting off slow in his 2015 campaign, Phillips seems to be putting it together a nice April. He has 10 hits in his last 23 at bats.

Fantasy Impact: Phillips looks to keep things going well in their next series against Milwaukee. It will be a tough start though as Wily Peralta takes the mound in game one, who Phillips has a lifetime average of .188 against.

 

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Phillips went 2-for-4 in the Reds 5-0 loss to the Cubs. His two singles raised his batting average to .324.

Fantasy Impact: The veteran second basemen is off to a good start in 2015. Over the last four games, he's gone 9-for-14 keep him plugged in your lineups while he's hot.

 

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The last season Phillips was truly healthy was 2012, in which he finished 13th in MVP voting. With a more balanced lineup in 2015 than in 2014, a healthy 'Dat Dude' is poised to put up slightly above average numbers like he has proven he can. (Source: FanSided)

Fantasy Impact: Votto's ability to stay healthy and guys like Billy Hamilton getting on base is essential to Phillips' success. He's not going to be hitting over .300 or hitting tons of HRs. His value is mostly in defense at this point in his career, but he will certainly be able to provide consistent RBI if Votto and company get on base. Another low risk high reward candidate from the Reds.