3B - LAD
Miguel Vargas went 1-for-2 with three runs batted in Thursday in a win over San Diego.
Vargas is slashing .195/.209/.293 with one home run and eight runs batted in over 13 games this season. The 22-year-old figures to be a part of the Dodgers' future, but does not currently hold any fantasy value.
Miguel Vargas went 1-for-4 at the plate on Saturday, hitting a two-run homer, and striking out once as the Dodgers went on to beat the Cardinals in an 6-2 game.
It took Vargas 12 games to hit his first home run as a Dodger, and it will now be left to be seen if this type of success can continue. The Dodgers' first basemen has hit to the tune of an .179 BA with an OPS of .482 to go along with it. The 22-year-old should not rostered in redraft or in dynasty leagues at the moment.
Miguel Vargas has been recalled by the Dodgers and will join the team when rosters expand on September 1.
Vargas was pulled from his triple-A game with Oklahoma City and is heading to New York to join the Dodgers. He will be on the taxi squad until rosters expand on September first. In triple-A this season, Vargas has a .304/.402/.511 slash with 17 home runs and 16 stolen bases.
Miguel Vargas went 2-for-4 at the plate on Wednesday, hitting a ground rule double for an RBI along with a RBI single as the Dodgers went on to beat the Giants in a 3-0 game.
Vargas played his first game in the big leagues Wednesday and came through big as he drove in two of the teams three runs in the win. The Dodgers prospect will take the next few games to show what he is made of while Justin Turner is on the IL, for now though he should remain on waivers until a bigger sample size is available.
Dodgers top prospect Miguel Vargas has been called up to the big-league club and will join the team on Tuesday.
Vargas will be active for Tuesday night's game against the Giants, but he is not in the starting lineup. The 22-year-old is slashing .291/.382/.497 with 15 homers and 72 RBIs in 94 games in Triple-A this season. He had been a part of trade rumors leading up to the deadline, but now that he wasn't traded, it looks like he will finally get his shot at a starting spot with the Dodgers. He could take some playing time away from the struggling Max Muncy in the next few weeks.