C - MIA
Cleveland catcher Sandy Leon went 2-for-4 with a homer and two RBI in an 8-6 loss to the Royals on Tuesday.
Leon hit a solo shot off KC starter Jakob Junis in the second inning. The veteran catcher is hitting .140 with two homers, four runs, and three RBI in 57 at-bats.
Cleveland Indians catcher Sandy Leon went 1-for-2 with a solo homer and two walks in an 8-5 win over Detroit on Sunday.
Much has been made about how unproductive the Cleveland catchers have been this season. Leon did what he could to change that narrative on Sunday. He will continue to operate as the team's primary catcher while Roberto Perez is sidelined by a shoulder injury.
Sandy Leon has been activated from the paternity list and will start at catcher Monday afternoon for the Red Sox in Toronto.
Leon will catch David Price, who was activated from the injured list for the game. Leon has little-to-no fantasy value, although he's prone to hot-streaks which can help for a day or two or in spot DFS starts at a shallow catcher position. He's batting .200 with 1 HR and 5 RBI in 30-at-bats this season.
Sandy Leon went 1-for-3 at the plate with a walk and a three-run homer in a win over Seattle on Saturday.
Leon is on the team for his defense and not his bat. The veteran catcher is hitting just .222 in a reserve role and is not worth owning in fantasy.
The Red Sox placed Sandy Leon on waivers Sunday, Evan Drellich of WEEI reports.
Leon was the odd man out as the Red Sox had three catchers and only two spots open going into the season. The veteran catcher will either get traded or claimed by another team. And no matter where he ends up, Leon hit just .177 last year and is not worth owning in fantasy.