RP - MIA
Nick Vicent picked up his third save of the season in the Marlins' 5-4 win over the Braves on Monday.
Brandon Kintzler blew the save in the ninth but Vincent was able to slam the door in the 10th. Kintzler remains the closer here, which makes it tough to roster Vincent in any sort of fantasy league.
Nick Vincent tossed a perfect seventh inning for his second save of the year in the Marlins' 3-0 win over the Mets on Tuesday.
Brandon Kintzler was used in the first game of the doubleheader, which is why Vincent closed out the nightcap.
Nick Vincent earned a save on Friday against the Mets, recording the final five outs as the Marlins won 4-3.
Incredibly, the Marlins are now 7-1 on the year. Brandon Kintzler was receiving a day off, which is why Vincent was given the opportunity to close things out. Kintzler remains the reliever to own for fantasy purposes.
Nick Vincent did not allow a base runner in his nine-pitch eighth inning in Boston on Sunday.
This was a good bounce back appearance for Vincent as he got rocked by the Sox on Friday night, allowing three hits and two runs while only recording one out in his first appearance off the DL this month. He will look to get back in the swing of things as a dominant middle-reliever, just as he was over the month of May. Over 12 appearances on the month, he allowed only four hits and three runs while striking out 12.
Nick Vincent left Saturday's game against Minnesota in the eighth inning with an apparent leg injury. Vincent had retired the first two batters after entering in the eighth inning but left after throwing three balls to the next batter.
Vincent appeared to be struggling with a leg injury in his groin area while departing. The 31-year-old reliever is a good guy to own in fantasy leagues with holds. His owners should keep an eye on updates with the status of his leg.