Garrett Cooper went 1-for-3 with a solo home run on Thursday against the Phillies.
This was Cooper's first home run of the season. It's never really been about talent for the veteran - he has a career .280 batting average and 31 home runs in 245 career games. It's just his health that has held him back. He's a solid option in NL-only leagues so long as he's healthy, and can be rostered in deeper mixed leagues if you're in a pinch.