Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2019 Fantasy Baseball Rest of Season Notes
Starling Marte photo 18. Starling Marte CF
While still not elite, Marte is clearly a second-tier fantasy outfielder with both power and speed to go with a potential 100/100 RBIs and runs season despite playing for the Pirates' sluggish offense. Fantasy owners have to be loving his performance once again.
13 weeks ago
Josh Bell photo 40. Josh Bell 1B
Bell's breakout has been legitimate with the underlying stats confirming that he is, in fact, one of the best hitters in baseball. Neither his .300 batting average nor his 45 homer pace are expected to slow down so don't get the idea to sell-high via trade.
14 weeks ago
Adam Frazier photo 183. Adam Frazier 2B,LF,RF
You can be certain that Frazier won't offer any power or speed, but 80 homers and a .280 batting average never hurt anyone. If you need a warm body to fill in for an injured player, he can answer the call without pain.
13 weeks ago
Bryan Reynolds photo 185. Bryan Reynolds CF
Reynolds has been phenomenal from a batting average standpoint, batting .348 through the second half. Beyond that, however, he offers virtually nothing and we surely can't lean on him to maintain a batting average even north of .300 the rest of the way.
13 weeks ago
Kevin Newman photo 206. Kevin Newman SS
Neman's .326 batting average entering the break sure is exciting, but underlying metrics suggest that will come plummeting down before long, and when it does, all you've got is mediocre power and speed. While you can still play him, he shouldn't be regarded as safe quite yet.
13 weeks ago
Colin Moran photo 235. Colin Moran 1B,3B
Moran is still batting near .300 heading into the all-star break and although he doesn't offer a ton in the power department, finishing with 18 homers and 80 RBIs would be a welcome line to any fantasy owner.
14 weeks ago
Jose Osuna photo 278. Jose Osuna 1B,3B,RF
Cole Tucker photo 279. Cole Tucker SS
Pablo Reyes photo 296. Pablo Reyes RF
Melky Cabrera photo 303. Melky Cabrera RF
Once again, Melky is helping fantasy owners with a batting average north of .300 and not much more in any category. You can make a case for using a player like that, but for the most part, he should be reserved as an injury fill-in, not a long-term solution.
13 weeks ago
Elias Diaz photo 327. Elias Diaz C