2B,SS - CIN - IL10
Reds INF Matt McLain is expected to miss two-to-three more weeks with an oblique injury.
McLain was placed on the injured list Monday with a right oblique strain. The Reds are still hopeful that the 24-year-old will be able to return prior to the end of the season.
Matt McLain has been placed on the 10-day IL due to a right oblique strain.
It's unclear how long the Reds expect McLain to miss. Stuart Fairchild was called up in a corresponding move, while Nick Senzel will likely see more opportunities in the infield while McLain is out.
Matt McLain collected two hits with a home run on Saturday against the Diamondbacks.
McLain did also commit what could have been a costly error in the field in the 10th inning, but the Reds were still able to prevail in 11 innings against Arizona. He hit his 16th long ball on the season.
Matt McLain went 3-for-8 with a homer, three RBI, five runs, and two steals in Wednesday's double-header.
With this strong day at the plate, McLain continues to provide a steady presence in the Reds' lineup, adding to his impressive season totals of 15 home runs and 48 RBI. Fantasy managers can rely on McLain for consistent production and should consider him a valuable asset moving forward.
Matt McLain had a standout performance in Wednesday's game against the Guardians, going 3-for-5 with a homer and three RBI.
McLain also showcased his speed on the basepaths, stealing two bases. This impressive showing will undoubtedly boost McLain's fantasy value, as he continues to provide a solid batting average and a combination of power and speed for fantasy owners. With 13 home runs and 11 stolen bases on the season, McLain has proven to be a valuable asset in multiple categories. Fantasy managers should continue to rely on him as a reliable contributor moving forward.