LF,CF - KC
Franchy Cordero avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $800K deal with the Royals.
Cordero had an injury-plagued 2020, appearing in just 16 games. He has a shot at contending for the left field job, which was vacated by the retired Alex Gordon. Cordero's power/speed combo is enticing, but he's simply a dart throw in the deepest of redraft leagues at this point.
Royals OF Franchy Cordero was removed from Thursday's game against the Tigers due to leg cramps.
It's a shame since Cordero just returned from the injured list on Wednesday. He's day-to-day for now but should ultimately be able to return at some point this weekend.
Kansas City Royals outfielder Franchy Cordero went 3-for-4 with two homers and five RBI in a 12-3 win over the Cardinals on Wednesday.
Both Cordero and Salvador Perez hit a pair of homers. The outfielder had missed most of the season with a broken hamate bone in his wrist and was just activated from the injured list earlier in the day.
Franchy Cordero (wrist) was activated from the 45-day IL on Wednesday. Bubba Starling was placed on the 10-day IL in a corresponding move.
Cordero is slashing .154/.185/.231 over 26 at-bats this season. Owners in standard 12-team redraft leagues can leave him on the Waiver Wire.
Franchy Cordero (hand) underwent surgery on his right hamate bone on Tuesday.
Cordero was transferred to the 45-day injured list after undergoing a procedure on right hamate bone. It is unclear if he will be ready before the season ends. Cordero is slashing .154/.185/.231 with two RBI and two runs scored across 11 games for the Royals this season.