LF,CF,RF - CHC
Jon Jay to be actvitated from the disabled list
Jan Jay will be activated from the 60-day disabled list.
This will be Jay's first game action since June 19th. On the year Jay is hitting a nice .296 with two home runs and thirty-five runs in 68 games this season. Jay will be a nice add anywhere but be aware that he is good in many areas but not great in any of them.
Jon Jay to DL with broken forearm
The Padres have placed Jon Jay on the disabled list with a broken forearm. He'll be shutdown for three weeks and then re-evaluated.
This is a tough blow for the Padres, as Jay was producing well as their leadoff hitter. His absence will provide opportunities for others to fill the role, but it will also potentially hurt the already lacking run-producing opportunities for hitters in the heart of the team's order.
Jon Jay out with forearm injury
Jon Jay was held out of Tuesday's lineup due to his forearm injury. He suffered the ailment on Sunday.
Jay is considered day-to-day for the time being, and it would appear that he'll avoid a stint on the disabled list. He's been one of the bright spots in an otherwise lacking Padres' offense. As the team's leadoff hitter, Jay has posted an OPS of .752, including a .296 batting average. The counting stats are limited by the team he's playing for, which ultimately limits his fantasy value.
Jon Jay goes 5-for-6 on Thursday
Jon Jay went 5-for-6 on Thursday against the Mariners, with two runs scored and two RBI. The five hits nudged Jay's batting average above .300, to .301.
That's nine hits in Jay's last two games, which is a staggering number, and he's raised his batting average from .274 to .301 just like that. Jay has always been a good source of batting average (career .288 hitter), so you can plug him in your lineup in a pinch if you're really struggling in that category.
Jon Jay tallies four hits on Wednesday
Jon Jay went 4-for-6 on Wednesday against the Mariners, including two runs scored. Jay's batting average is up to .286 on the season.
Jay has at least one hit in seven of his last eight games, and has been productive of late batting atop the Padres lineup. He's a modest contributor in batting average and runs scored, so can be used in an NL-only league if you're suffering in those categories.
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