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Melky Cabrera (LF)

Chicago White Sox - 92% owned

Bats: B, Throws: L

Melky Cabrera only had one hit on Monday night vs the Tribe, but that one hit secured a 4-3 walk off victory for the White Sox.

Fantasy Impact: Melky Cabrera's only hit of the game, was a walk off single in the bottom of the ninth, to secure a 4-3 Victory for the White Sox. Continue to be patient with Cabrera, and the White Sox offense. It's only a matter of time, before they pay big dividends.


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Melky Cabera, hitting out of the two hole went 4-for-5 with 2 runs and 2 RBI, setting the table for the White Sox offense , which exploded for 12 runs vs the Tigers.

Fantasy Impact: Melky Cabrera had his first big day for his new club, going 4-for-5, with 2 runs and 2 RBI. Off to a slow start, it was nice to see Cabrera finally have a big day, and set the table for the White Sox offense. Keep Cabrera in your lineup in all formats


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Melky Cabrera went 1-for-4 vs the Royals on Thursday afternoon, as the White Sox were swept in Kansas City. Cabrera has two hits, in his first 12 at bats.

Fantasy Impact: Melky Cabrera is off to a slow start with his new team, going 2-for-12 out the gate. On deck, is a series with the pitching challenged Minnesota Twins, so start Cabrera with confidence in all formats.


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After trading outfielder Michael Saunders earlier this week, general manager Jack Zduriencik stated the club's desire to add either a right-handed or switch-hitting outfielder. (Source: Tacoma News Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: Melky Cabrera would presumably slot into the two-hole for the Seattle Mariners. Cabrera is an all-around fantasy contributor, with a strong ability to make contact and hit for average, mixed with slightly above-average power. A full repeat of his 2014 batting line is well within reach. A potential move from The Roger Centre to Safeco Field could worry some, however, Melky did not display any split between home and away performance in 2014 (.807 OPS at home - .810 OPS on the road). With the recent addition of free-agent Nelson Cruz, along with last year's acquisitions, Austin Jackson and Robinson Cano, the top of the Mariner's lineup would be one of the best in the American League.