LF,RF - BOS
Franchy Cordero went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI, and a run scored as the Red Sox blew out the Rays on Monday.
Cordero picked up his first two hits of the season in this one. He has started just two of Boston's first four games of the year, but the potential is still there. He's worth stashing in deeper leagues to see if a breakout is imminent.
Red Sox OF Franchy Cordero is batting eighth in his Red Sox debut on Saturday.
Boston is facing off against Matt Harvey and the Orioles, which makes this an offense to stack in DFS. Fantasy managers should expect Cordero to play regularly against right-handed pitchers this year.
Red Sox OF Franchy Cordero has been reinstated from the COVID-19 list.
Just in time for Opening Day, the outfielder has seemingly secured a position as a starting outfielder. Cordero should play regularly against right-handers to begin the season.
Red Sox OF Franchy Corder (COVID-19) will be on the team's Opening Day roster.
Cordero had a late start to the spring after testing positive for COVID-19, but he has made a speedy recovery. Expect the toolsy outfielder to start against right-hander early this season.
Franchy Cordero could start the season on the Red Sox Opening Day roster, according to manager Alex Cora. Cora said Cordero has 'answered every challenge,' after arriving to camp late due to a positive COVID-19 result.
After arriving late to camp because of a positive COVID-19 result, Cordero has progressed well throughout spring training. Cordero made his Grapefruit League debut last weekend, and in the three games he has appeared in he's slashing .429/.500/.429. It's obviously an incredibly small sample, but Cora's comments seem to indicate the Red Sox believe Cordero has progressed well over the past few weeks. Because of the optimism coming out of Red Sox camp, it's safe to assume Cordero will miss very little, if any, time to start the season.