Fantasy Baseball Player Notes

2018 Fantasy Baseball Rest of Season Notes
Mike Trout photo 1. Mike Trout CF - LAA
Just when you thought Trout couldn't get any better, he takes his game to the next level. His current pace is a line of .336-138-57-114-29, which is, to put it mildly, absurd. He's hitting the ball harder than ever, he's maintained his drop in strikeout rate, and he's taking a free pass whenever it's offered. He's in a tier unto himself, and could be in line for an historic season.
6 weeks ago
Mookie Betts photo 2. Mookie Betts RF - BOS
Mookie is on pace for one of the best fantasy seasons of all time, with 50 homers, 40 stolen bases. 180 runs scored and a .364 batting average. Scratch that, the best ever. At this point, if you could trade Mike Trout for him, you ought to do it.
5 weeks ago
Jose Altuve photo 3. Jose Altuve 2B - HOU
Altuve has produced just 2 homers and 2 steals through a quarter of the season, and we know very well that both of those numbers will spike quickly. The batting average is almost certain to come up as well. Perhaps you can acquire him for far cheaper than he is worth via trade.
5 weeks ago
Nolan Arenado photo 4. Nolan Arenado 3B - COL
Arenado is about as consistent a player as there is in fantasy. Sure, he's both walking and striking out a bit more than he usually does, but the rest of his numbers are right in line with his past few seasons, all of which have been utterly elite. A lack of stolen bases is the only thing keeping Arenado from being in the discussion for the best player in all of fantasy.
6 weeks ago
Bryce Harper photo 5. Bryce Harper RF - WSH
The power is still there with Harper, but many are panicking about his .236 batting average. If that is you, stop and take a look at his .198 BABIP, then consider that with his exit velocities and launch angle, that average is entirely unsustainable. He will surely finish north of .270 for the season.
5 weeks ago
Max Scherzer photo 6. Max Scherzer SP - WSH
Like a fine wine, Scherzer gets better with age. He's putting up some of the best numbers of his career through the first third of the season, with a 1.92 ERA and 36.7% strikeout percentage. The nine wins certainly don't hurt, either. The veteran looks well on his way to yet another 200-plus inning season of utter dominance, and neither his age nor his workload appears to be able to stand in his way.
2 weeks ago
Charlie Blackmon photo 7. Charlie Blackmon CF - COL
Manny Machado photo 8. Manny Machado 3B - BAL
It isn't recommended that you sell Machado high at this point. He is in a contract year and realizing his potential so this is likely not a fluke. Ride the improvement the rest of the season.
8 weeks ago
Freddie Freeman photo 9. Freddie Freeman 1B,3B - ATL
Trea Turner photo 10. Trea Turner SS - WSH
Carlos Correa photo 11. Carlos Correa SS - HOU
Corey Kluber photo 12. Corey Kluber SP - CLE
What is there to say about Kluber at this point? If you draft him, you can feel pretty confident you're getting a sub-3.00 ERA, a sub-1.00 WHIP, plenty of strikeouts, and around 18 wins. The presence of Max Scherzer and perhaps Justin Verlander is the only thing keeping Kluber from being considered the consensus number one pitcher in all of fantasy. If you own him, just enjoy the 200-plus innings of elite production you should receive this year.
2 weeks ago
Chris Sale photo 13. Chris Sale SP - BOS
Giancarlo Stanton photo 14. Giancarlo Stanton RF - NYY
Stanton's start in New York has been anything but smooth sailing. His power numbers remain adequate, though a far cry from his tremendous 2017 season. But all his indicators are trending in the wrong direction. He has the worst strikeout rate and walk rate of his career, and is batting just .246. Stanton is likely feeling some pressure, though it's worth noting that his gains in his strikeout rate last season were completely out of character for what he did in his career. It may be that even with his move to Yankee Stadium, Stanton simply is not going to repeat his monstrous 2017. Although he'll still provide plenty of value, his owners are likely to be disappointed with his end of season production.
3 weeks ago
J.D. Martinez photo 15. J.D. Martinez RF - BOS
Martinez quickly showed that his 2017 breakout was not a fluke. Other than a slight drop in his fly ball percentage, he's essentially been the same player as he was in 2017 through the first two months of the season. A legitimate 50-homer threat, Martinez is one of the few true elite power sources in the game, and may work his way into first round consideration next year at this rate.
3 weeks ago
Paul Goldschmidt photo 16. Paul Goldschmidt 1B - ARI
Goldschmidt has quietly gotten off to an extraordinarily slow start this year, with just a .744 OPS through May 11. He's batting just .218 on the season and, most noticeably, has a 30.2% strikeout rate, significantly up from his 22.4% career mark. The humidor is certainly having an effect, but four home runs and 12 RBI as we approach the quarter-pole of the season is a little ridiculous. There's no reason to think that Goldschmidt has suddenly lost it as an elite hitter, and chances are there is an enormous hot streak coming. There's little reason to be concerned.
6 weeks ago
Francisco Lindor photo 17. Francisco Lindor SS - CLE
Despite not hitting for much power in the minors, Lindor has changed his game in the majors. After hitting 33 home runs in 2017, he's on pace to easily surpass that number though almost a third of the season. His drastic jump in strikeout rate (18.5% through Memorial Day weekend) suggests that his .290 batting average may be due for some regression, but make no mistake - he's a legitimate power-hitting shortstop and perhaps the best option at the position.
3 weeks ago
Jose Ramirez photo 18. Jose Ramirez 2B,3B - CLE
After a brief slow start, Ramirez came on with a vengeance, showing that not only was last year's improvement not a fluke, but he was only going to get better. In addition to maintaining (and actually improving) his power stroke, Ramirez has upped his walk rate to an impressive 12.1% and cut his strikeout rate. He has firmly established himself as an elite fantasy player, and any remote concerns about his seemingly out of nowhere surge last year should be put to rest.
4 weeks ago
Kris Bryant photo 19. Kris Bryant 3B,RF - CHC
Joey Votto photo 20. Joey Votto 1B - CIN
Aaron Judge photo 21. Aaron Judge RF - NYY
Those worried that Judge's 2017 season was a mirage should be relaxed by this point. Everything he did last year, he's repeating this year, and if anything, he's only getting better, cutting his strikeout rate by a few percentage points. Absent an injury, Judge should be a lock for a 120-40-120 season, and will likely be considered an elite fantasy talent for the rest of his career.
3 weeks ago
Anthony Rizzo photo 22. Anthony Rizzo 1B,2B - CHC
Rizzo missed time with a bad back and, although he's started to come on, he hasn't yet gotten into a groove. His 3.4% walk rate (11.1% career) jumps out at you, but there's no reason to think Rizzo's plate discipline has simply abated at this point. Also, although he's still hitting the ball hard, his BABIP is at an abysmal .202 through May 11. In short, everything about Rizzo's slow start screams "fluke," and there's every reason to expect him to bounce back to career norms as the season goes along.
6 weeks ago
George Springer photo 23. George Springer CF,RF - HOU
Justin Verlander photo 24. Justin Verlander SP - HOU
In a long and illustrious career, at age-35, Verlander is simply better than he's ever been. He's essentially been unhittable for the first two months of the season, pitching to an insanely minuscule 1.08 ERA and a 0.71 WHIP, with the best strikeout and walk rates of his career. The Astros have some magic dust, that's for sure, and although there's bound to be some regression, it's hard not to be bullish on Verlander having a career year at this point.
4 weeks ago
Luis Severino photo 25. Luis Severino SP - NYY
Jose Abreu photo 26. Jose Abreu 1B - CWS
Jacob deGrom photo 27. Jacob deGrom SP - NYM
deGrom avoided what looked to be a major injury after he hyperextended his elbow, but returned shortly thereafter and looks as dominant as ever. He's taken his game to the next level, pitching to a 1.75 ERA, a 1.01 WHIP, and an impressive 69 strikeouts in 51 1/3 innings through May 19. There are trade rumors abound, but regardless of where deGrom lands, he should continue to be an elite fantasy starter for the remainder of the season.
5 weeks ago
Gary Sanchez photo 28. Gary Sanchez C - NYY
Sanchez is batting just .187 and while he has 12 homers, his owner is surely infuriated. Put in an offer, as things will only get better from here and you might just be able to steal him away before a much stronger second half.
6 days ago
Cody Bellinger photo 29. Cody Bellinger 1B,LF - LAD
Bellinger has not had the most impressive start to the season, and while there is something to the sophomore slump theory, it is more likely that Bellinger will just heat up as the weather does. As of Mid-May, he is among the best buy-low candidates in all of fantasy baseball.
5 weeks ago
Clayton Kershaw photo 30. Clayton Kershaw SP - LAD
Kershaw returned relatively quickly from his biceps injury, and pitched effectively against the Phillies, albeit with limited velocity. Immediately after the start, it was reported that he had back pain, and he was placed on the 10-day disabled list the next day. He's expected to miss more than a month, and, considering he has battled back injuries for several seasons, there's little to give fantasy owners confidence. There's not much you can do with Kershaw at this point - just hope that he returns and pitches well. But his long-term stock needs to be dropped significantly at this point, in light of his continued injury struggles.
2 weeks ago
Noah Syndergaard photo 31. Noah Syndergaard SP - NYM
Starling Marte photo 32. Starling Marte LF,CF - PIT
Marte has hit the DL with an oblique strain and will likely miss a few weeks as a result. He has been phenomenal this season as part of the surprisingly great Pirates' offense. Expect more of the same when he returns.
5 weeks ago
Stephen Strasburg photo 33. Stephen Strasburg SP - WSH
Brian Dozier photo 34. Brian Dozier 2B - MIN
Dozier is off to a rough start in 2018, with just a .698 OPS through late May. There are certainly some disconcerting signs, such as a drop in his hard contact rate and a spike in his soft contact rate. But really, this is nothing new for Dozier, who has a career .748 OPS in the first half and an .813 OPS in the second half. His strikeout rate is actually down and his walk rate remains right in line with his career norms. In other words, despite the slow start, it's a good bet that Dozier will once again have a big second half and finish with his typical numbers.
4 weeks ago
Christian Yelich photo 35. Christian Yelich CF - MIL
Andrew Benintendi photo 36. Andrew Benintendi LF,CF - BOS
Benintendi seems to be the only Boston hitter who isn't off to a great start. He will eventually get his numbers back on track, however, so don't start getting the idea to sell him.
8 weeks ago
Dee Gordon photo 37. Dee Gordon 2B - SEA
Anthony Rendon photo 38. Anthony Rendon 3B - WSH
Rendon has been missing time with a toe injury, but with the Nationals placing him on the DL, it seems as though they will not allow the issue to linger. Perhaps you can buy him low with his owner probably panicked.
8 weeks ago
Nelson Cruz photo 39. Nelson Cruz RF,DH - SEA
Carlos Carrasco photo 40. Carlos Carrasco SP - CLE
Justin Upton photo 41. Justin Upton LF - LAA
Tommy Pham photo 42. Tommy Pham LF,CF - STL
Just because Pham is off to a killer start doesn't mean it is wise to sell him. This is what he did last year as well and he received MVP votes as a result. Get used to seeing Pham as one of the best fantasy outfielders in baseball.
8 weeks ago
Rhys Hoskins photo 43. Rhys Hoskins 1B,LF - PHI
Edwin Encarnacion photo 44. Edwin Encarnacion 1B,DH - CLE
Encarnacion is off to his typical slow start, but there's little reason to be concerned. He started off the season terribly in each of the past few season, and his home run pace as of May 13 (38) is far ahead of where he has been at that point in any recent season. As always, Encarnacion owners should ride out the early-season funk, and prepare themselves for a big second half.
6 weeks ago
Josh Donaldson photo 45. Josh Donaldson 3B - TOR
Zack Greinke photo 46. Zack Greinke SP - ARI
Khris Davis photo 47. Khris Davis LF,DH - OAK
Davis has the low batting average, like always, but is somehow on pace for 50 homers and 140 RBIs. Neither of those numbers will likely hold, but it goes without saying that he has been an incredibly useful fantasy asset thus far.
5 weeks ago
Gerrit Cole photo 48. Gerrit Cole SP - HOU
Even those hoping that Cole would take the next step with the Astros couldn't have seen this coming. His ERA has dropped dramatically from both his 2017 numbers and his career rate, and his strikeout percentage has gone through the roof. As expected, Cole has started to throw his fastball less, and it has made the rest of his pitches even more effective. He's in the early Cy Young conversation, for sure, and, at the very least, his fantasy owners are bound to make a big profit if he stays healthy.
2 weeks ago
Marcell Ozuna photo 49. Marcell Ozuna LF - STL
As the weather heats up, so too will Ozuna's bat. Don't be quick to try getting rid of him via trade. However, if you don't own him, now is the time to try to pounce on a disappointed owners misfortune.
8 weeks ago
Lorenzo Cain photo 50. Lorenzo Cain CF - MIL
Kenley Jansen photo 51. Kenley Jansen RP - LAD
Jansen is not going to lose his job so don't go picking up Josh Fields. You ought to be concerned, however, as his terrible performance may be a sign of something wrong with his arm. Sell him now if you still can for a good price.
8 weeks ago
Carlos Martinez photo 52. Carlos Martinez SP - STL
Aaron Nola photo 53. Aaron Nola SP - PHI
Ozzie Albies photo 54. Ozzie Albies 2B - ATL
Albies had a ton of helium heading into the start of the season, but even his most ardent backers couldn't have foreseen this. Albies' power stroke has far surpassed anything he ever showed in the minors, and the strength of the Braves' lineup has resulted in a bevy of counting stats for the youngster. It's not all good news - Albies' walk and strikeout rates are not where they need to be for him to continue to have success. But it's clear that he's going to far surpass his draft value and he should continue to be an upper-tier second baseman for the rest of the year.
4 weeks ago
James Paxton photo 55. James Paxton SP - SEA
Alex Bregman photo 56. Alex Bregman 3B,SS - HOU
After starting incredibly slow for the second year in a row, Bregman has begun to turn his season around of late. He is among the best buy-low candidates in fantasy baseball right now and we can expect somewhere in the neighborhood of a 20/20 season with a useful batting average.
5 weeks ago
Craig Kimbrel photo 57. Craig Kimbrel RP - BOS
Eric Hosmer photo 58. Eric Hosmer 1B - SD
Jean Segura photo 59. Jean Segura SS - SEA
Xander Bogaerts photo 60. Xander Bogaerts SS - BOS
Aroldis Chapman photo 61. Aroldis Chapman RP - NYY
Madison Bumgarner photo 62. Madison Bumgarner SP - SF
Travis Shaw photo 63. Travis Shaw 3B - MIL
A.J. Pollock photo 64. A.J. Pollock CF - ARI
Pollock will miss around six weeks thanks to a thumb injury sustained from diving. This might be your opportunity to acquire a player who was on pace for a 40/35 season before the injury. He is among the top 15 fantasy players when he is healthy.
5 weeks ago
Yoenis Cespedes photo 65. Yoenis Cespedes LF - NYM
Jonathan Schoop photo 66. Jonathan Schoop 2B - BAL
Now that Schoop is back from injury, he should yet again be regarded as a top 100 overall player for the rest of the season. Sure, he has struggled in every part of the game, but that 13 homer pace is likely to end up around 25 with a respectable batting average.
5 weeks ago
Chris Archer photo 67. Chris Archer SP - TB
Andrew McCutchen photo 68. Andrew McCutchen CF,RF - SF
McCutchen has been a tremendous disappointment this season with a sub-standard batting average and lack of both steals and power. He may kick it into gear to close to season like we saw last year but he may not be a top 100 fantasy player any more.
5 weeks ago
Wil Myers photo 69. Wil Myers 1B - SD
It's been a lost year so far for Myers, who has already been on the disabled list twice, and remains there with an oblique injury. The Padres have had a rough season but they've discovered a few bats that could make the offense passable once Myers returns, and could provide him with more runs and RBI opportunities. If he gets healthy soon, expect him to produce solid numbers the rest of the season, as was initially expected.
6 weeks ago
Ronald Acuna photo 70. Ronald Acuna CF - ATL
Acuna has not been the world beater since his call up that everyone expected. He certainly hasn't been terrible, but if he continues to slide backward, be ready to make a trade offer to a disappointed owner. He's got loads of value the remainder of the season.
4 weeks ago
Daniel Murphy photo 71. Daniel Murphy 2B - WSH
Daniel Murphy is expected to return to the big league club any time now. If you are in need of a middle infielder, put a feeler out there for Murphy, who his owner might not remember is Jose Altuve minus the steals in fantasy baseball.
5 weeks ago
Nicholas Castellanos photo 72. Nicholas Castellanos 3B,RF - DET
Castellanos may not be in a good lineup, but his batted ball rates have been incredible. He may be worth acquiring via trade before the weather heats up and all these balls fly out of the yard.
8 weeks ago
Edwin Diaz photo 73. Edwin Diaz RP - SEA
Mike Moustakas photo 74. Mike Moustakas 3B - KC
Yu Darvish photo 75. Yu Darvish SP - CHC
Eddie Rosario photo 76. Eddie Rosario LF,CF,RF - MIN
If you are wondering whether or not you can trust what Rosario is doing so far, the answer is yes. He was exceptional last season and may not have come into his prime yet. We might see 30 homers, 15 steals and a batting average near .300 by the time the season closes.
5 weeks ago
Joey Gallo photo 77. Joey Gallo 1B,3B,LF - TEX
If you didn't consider Gallo's improvement toward the end of last year, then this is pretty much exactly what you would have expected. Yes, his strikeout and walk rates are down a bit but, for the most part, he is doing what he does - hitting at about a 50-homer pace and right around the Mendoza line. Even with the increase in power across the game, Gallo's huge potential plays, but unless he can find a way to get his batting average closer to the .230 range, you need to have help in batting average elsewhere on your team to roster him.
6 weeks ago
Ender Inciarte photo 78. Ender Inciarte CF - ATL
Don't look now, but Ender is on pace for 15 homers and (jaw hits the floor) 70 stolen bases. All of this while batting a measly .264. That could very well improve to near .300 and when it does, Ender may just end up stealing near 80 bags.
5 weeks ago
Whit Merrifield photo 79. Whit Merrifield 2B,RF - KC
Rafael Devers photo 80. Rafael Devers 3B - BOS
Didi Gregorius photo 81. Didi Gregorius SS - NYY
Gregorius has taken significant steps forward over his last 50 games, and the power seems legitimately here to stay. With that said, he still has some work to do before he catches the Seagers and Lindors of the first tier.
8 weeks ago
Dallas Keuchel photo 82. Dallas Keuchel SP - HOU
Ryan Braun photo 83. Ryan Braun LF - MIL
Lance McCullers photo 84. Lance McCullers SP - HOU
Buster Posey photo 85. Buster Posey C,1B - SF
Posey is a good bet to bat around .300, as he has done to begin the season. With that being said, long gone are the days where he will hit more than 12 to 15 homers. At this point, he is nowhere close to the top fantasy catcher in baseball. In fact, he may not even be top 5 at this point in his career.
5 weeks ago
Charlie Morton photo 86. Charlie Morton SP - HOU
Trevor Bauer photo 87. Trevor Bauer SP - CLE
Javier Baez photo 88. Javier Baez 2B,SS - CHC
We've been waiting for the breakout for a few seasons and when it finally seemed like it might never come, Baez decided to break out. What he has been doing so far appears to be legitimate so don't attempt to sell him high.
8 weeks ago
Jose Quintana photo 89. Jose Quintana SP - CHC
Robbie Ray photo 90. Robbie Ray SP - ARI
Ray owners have been worried that even when Ray returns from his oblique injury that he will struggle again. The reason he was struggling, however, may have been because he was pitching through it. Try to buy low now before he bounces back.
4 weeks ago
Willson Contreras photo 91. Willson Contreras C - CHC
Contreras has seen his power disappear seemingly, but he is still hitting for average and playing most every day. That is enough to warrant starting him in every league considering the quality of the lineup he is in and the RBIs + runs that will come from being in it.
6 days ago
Trevor Story photo 92. Trevor Story SS - COL
Story is not hitting for much in the way of batting average, but he is on pace for a 30/30 season which would be tremendous for a shortstop. Fantasy owners can deal with a batting average in the 240s with that kind of power/speed combo.
8 weeks ago
DJ LeMahieu photo 93. DJ LeMahieu 2B - COL
LeMahieu was working on an outstanding season before a hamstring injury sidelined him and then a thumb injury knocked him out of action for the foreseeable future. The thumb sprain (with a small fracture) should likely keep LeMahieu out until about mid-June, but the second baseman has established himself as a must-start option upon his return. Chipping in with his usual solid batting average and runs scored production, an increased fly-ball percentage had helped LeMahieu hit five home runs in just 32 games. In other words, he was well on his way toward besting his career-best 11 long-balls, while also maintaining the rest of his numbers. Expect him to come back strong when the time comes.
5 weeks ago
Masahiro Tanaka photo 94. Masahiro Tanaka SP - NYY
Nomar Mazara photo 95. Nomar Mazara LF,RF - TEX
Kyle Hendricks photo 96. Kyle Hendricks SP - CHC
Jose Berrios photo 97. Jose Berrios SP - MIN
Berrios had four terrible starts and still somehow has a WHIP under 1.00. He will kill your team every now and then, but he is also on the verge of becoming a true ace. Don't be afraid to start him each time out. It will pay off in the long run.
5 weeks ago
Brad Hand photo 98. Brad Hand RP - SD
Yasiel Puig photo 99. Yasiel Puig RF - LAD
Justin Turner photo 100. Justin Turner 3B - LAD
Turner is back with the Dodgers and batting in the middle of the order. This is no longer a top-tier offense like we've grown used to seeing, but he can still produce plenty of runs to go along with what will likely be one of the best batting averages in baseball.
5 weeks ago
Jake Arrieta photo 101. Jake Arrieta SP - PHI
Carlos Santana photo 102. Carlos Santana 1B,RF - PHI
Adrian Beltre photo 103. Adrian Beltre 3B,DH - TEX
Beltre is out again with another injury, and while he will return eventually, we ought to expect another soft-tissue DL stint at some point. His power seems to have disappeared, and while he will still be a source of batting average, we can't rely on him as a top 100 fantasy player any more.
5 weeks ago
Mitch Haniger photo 104. Mitch Haniger RF - SEA
Haniger is beginning to slow down, but still on pace to hit 40 homers and bat near .300. Both should continue to see some regression, but there is no denying the fact that he is among the most improved hitters in baseball this season.
5 weeks ago
Alex Wood photo 105. Alex Wood SP - LAD
Cody Allen photo 106. Cody Allen RP - CLE
Kyle Seager photo 107. Kyle Seager 3B - SEA
Seager was so reliable and consistent for years, but at this point, it seems as though he won't return to that type of production. He is still worthy of a start every week, but it is time we admit that he is no longer a top 100 fantasy baseball player.
5 weeks ago
Elvis Andrus photo 108. Elvis Andrus SS - TEX
Andrus is among the top buy low candidates. Granted, he is on the disabled list for another month or two, but based on how he began his season, you may find his owner to be impatient and far underestimate what he should do the remainder of the season.
8 weeks ago
Justin Smoak photo 109. Justin Smoak 1B - TOR
Sean Doolittle photo 110. Sean Doolittle RP - WSH
Felipe Vazquez photo 111. Felipe Vazquez RP - PIT
Jon Lester photo 112. Jon Lester SP - CHC
Patrick Corbin photo 113. Patrick Corbin SP - ARI
Raisel Iglesias photo 114. Raisel Iglesias RP - CIN
Blake Snell photo 115. Blake Snell SP - TB
Matt Olson photo 116. Matt Olson 1B,RF - OAK
You would be right to begin panicking about Olson. He went from a 75+ HR rate last season to being lousy over his first 150 at-bats. The power should heat up, but if it doesn't by early June then you might want to start considering him as a cut-candidate to fill other holes.
5 weeks ago
Adam Jones photo 117. Adam Jones CF - BAL
Odubel Herrera photo 118. Odubel Herrera CF - PHI
Herrera has been unbelievable this season with a .361 batting average. That is almost certainly going to come down, but the power and speed may both improve too, leaving Herrera as a sure-fire top 80 fantasy player at this point.
5 weeks ago
David Price photo 119. David Price SP,RP - BOS
There will always be injury concerns with Price, as is common with pitchers as they age. With that said, he just twirled a complete game with 8 strikeouts and clearly has enough left in the tank that you ought to hang onto him for now.
5 weeks ago
Jose Martinez photo 120. Jose Martinez 1B,LF,RF - STL
Martinez has shown he's a legitimate hitter, but he's also shown that he's a terrible defender. While the latter could, under certain circumstances, justify taking him out of the lineup, the Cardinals are so decimated by injuries that Martinez's starting spot looks safe. With a .320/.394/.497 slash line through May 19, the sky looks like the limit for Martinez. Now if only he could learn how to field a position . . . .
5 weeks ago
Byron Buxton photo 121. Byron Buxton CF - MIN
Prior to his trip to the DL for migraines, Buxton was off to a dreadful start at the plate but on pace for well over 40 stolen bases. So long as he can get healthy and maintain his health, he should be a top 80 fantasy player.
8 weeks ago
Wade Davis photo 122. Wade Davis RP - COL
Gregory Polanco photo 123. Gregory Polanco LF,RF - PIT
Jake Lamb photo 124. Jake Lamb 3B - ARI
Lamb hasn't been playing because of a mild elbow injury, but that doesn't mean you should consider dropping him. He will be back in no time and when he does, the bat should wake up enough to be a fantasy asset once again.
8 weeks ago
Shohei Ohtani photo 125. Shohei Ohtani SP,DH - LAA
Michael Brantley photo 126. Michael Brantley LF - CLE
While it never seems to last long, Brantley is healthy and when he is healthy, he should be owned in every league. He is a good bet to bat over .300 with both a hint of power and speed.
8 weeks ago
Yoan Moncada photo 127. Yoan Moncada 2B - CWS
Moncada's surface level statistics are not where fantasy owners would want them to be, but he has the highest average exit velocity in all of baseball. Hang onto him and if you can, buy him low before the numbers begin to catch up to the batted ball data.
8 weeks ago
Kyle Schwarber photo 128. Kyle Schwarber LF - CHC
Brandon Belt photo 129. Brandon Belt 1B,LF - SF
Belt has quietly been an exceptional fantasy asset this season. He is on pace for 40 homers while batting over .300 and while neither will likely keep up, he is a tremendous asset at this point.
5 weeks ago
Miguel Sano photo 130. Miguel Sano 1B,3B,DH - MIN
Sano has missed significant time with a hamstring injury, but was on about a 40-homer pace before he got hurt. The problem was that Sano's already abysmal strikeout rate had risen to a downright silly 40%, which is a bit surprising considering that he looked to be cutting down on his strikeouts in Spring Training. Assuming he can get that number back to his career rate of closer to 36%, his batting average should increase greatly, as a correction in BABIP (.300 in 2018, .358 career) should similarly be coming.
6 weeks ago
Rougned Odor photo 131. Rougned Odor 2B - TEX
Odor may be continuing his struggles from last season, but he is nowhere close to being worthy of a drop. Last season his batting average was terrible, but middle infielders who hit 30 homers and steal 15 bases don't grow on trees.
8 weeks ago
Justin Bour photo 132. Justin Bour 1B - MIA
Eugenio Suarez photo 133. Eugenio Suarez 3B - CIN
Brandon Morrow photo 134. Brandon Morrow RP - CHC
Michael Conforto photo 135. Michael Conforto LF,CF,RF - NYM
Brett Gardner photo 136. Brett Gardner LF,CF - NYY
J.T. Realmuto photo 137. J.T. Realmuto C,1B - MIA
Not only is Realmuto producing above and beyond Buster Posey, but he is doing so in a lineup with no protection. That could change shortly, as the Marlins are expected to sell him to a contender. Once he moves out of Miami's park and lineup, the stats could take off even more.
5 weeks ago
Luis Castillo photo 138. Luis Castillo SP - CIN
Don't look now, but Castillo has now gone 18 innings with a 3.00 ERA and 22 strikeouts over his past three starts. The underlying numbers indicated that this was inevitable, so don't think of it as a fluke. In fact, you may still be able to buy him as a discount considering his ERA is still 6.02. He is a top 35 pitcher the rest of the way with considerable upside.
5 weeks ago
Domingo Santana photo 139. Domingo Santana RF - MIL
Santana has been among the most frusterating players to own thus far and has even been dropped in a bunch of leagues. If he is available in yours, don't hesitate to spend the number one waiver wire priority on him, as he is a near-lock to hit 25 HR with near 10 SB and a quality batting average.
8 weeks ago
Tim Anderson photo 140. Tim Anderson SS - CWS
Tim Anderson is not only stealing bases at an elite clip, but he has had a bit of a power surge this season. It has come at the expensive of his batting average, but with his 20 HR, 50 SB rate, Anderson has become a top 10 fantasy shortstop.
8 weeks ago
Jameson Taillon photo 141. Jameson Taillon SP - PIT
Chris Taylor photo 142. Chris Taylor 2B,SS,LF,CF - LAD
Taylor has not been as solid fantasy wise as last year, but the Dodgers still have him batting lead-off and are clearly expecting the numbers to bounceback toward where they were last season.
8 weeks ago
Ian Desmond photo 143. Ian Desmond 1B,LF - COL
Desmond may only be batting .175, but we have seen enough of him throughout his career to know that won't stick. The average will jump and 25 to 30 HR with about a dozen steals is a solid bet for his final line.
8 weeks ago
Josh Bell photo 144. Josh Bell 1B - PIT
Scooter Gennett photo 145. Scooter Gennett 2B,3B,LF - CIN
Scooter is back to pummeling baseballs after a difficult start. He is now batting well over .300 and on pace for 30 homers on the season. At this point, he needs to be owned and started in every league.
4 weeks ago
Miles Mikolas photo 146. Miles Mikolas SP - STL
When Mikolas came over, there were plenty of question marks, but he has passed the test with flying colors. The only question now is whether he will make the all-star team or not.
4 weeks ago
Andrelton Simmons photo 147. Andrelton Simmons SS - LAA
Not only is Simmons the best defender in all of baseball, but his offense has developed into a strong second-tier type of player. He is on pace for 15 homers and 20 steals to go with a tremendous batting average. That .342 line won't keep up all year, but .300 is a legitimate possibility.
5 weeks ago
Jeurys Familia photo 148. Jeurys Familia RP - NYM
Billy Hamilton photo 149. Billy Hamilton CF - CIN
Hamilton has been so bad that even the lowly Reds have him batting 9th. If he continues at this rate, which is in the realm of possibilities, Hamilton may finally lose his starting job. You can't drop him yet, but try to sell him if you are still able.
8 weeks ago
Zack Godley photo 150. Zack Godley SP - ARI
Dylan Bundy photo 151. Dylan Bundy SP - BAL
Bundy is so inconsistent thus far, and it seems as though he will be a frusterating one to own, but don't give up hope after three consecutive bad starts, it likely just means a handful of dominant ones are coming.
4 weeks ago
Kenneth Giles photo 152. Kenneth Giles RP - HOU
Ryan Zimmerman photo 153. Ryan Zimmerman 1B - WSH
Zimmerman has started the season with lousy statistics, but his batted ball rates are through the roof. This tells us that his numbers will emerge sooner or later. Don't give up on him yet. As long as he stays hea;thy, he should be owned and started everywhere.
8 weeks ago
Cesar Hernandez photo 154. Cesar Hernandez 2B - PHI
Luke Weaver photo 155. Luke Weaver SP - STL
It seemed for a while as though Weaver might be destined for the bullpen with Wainwright returning and Reyes coming shortly. Now that Waino is out for 60 days and Weaver is pitching better, he ought to still be owned in very single league.
4 weeks ago
Blake Treinen photo 156. Blake Treinen RP - OAK
Matt Carpenter photo 157. Matt Carpenter 1B,2B,3B - STL
Carpenter started off terribly, but he is suddenly on fire and looks like the version of himself we grew used to seeing. Don't give up and drop him or sell him low, Carp is back and should be regarded as a top 12 second basemen from here on out.
4 weeks ago
Shin-Soo Choo photo 158. Shin-Soo Choo RF,DH - TEX
Sean Manaea photo 159. Sean Manaea SP - OAK
Ian Happ photo 160. Ian Happ 2B,LF,CF,RF - CHC
Many are likely wondering if Happ should be dropped, but the answer is a definite no. He has been losing some playing time to Albert Almora, but that shouldn't last long. He has tremendous power and should contribute across the board.
8 weeks ago
Corey Knebel photo 161. Corey Knebel RP - MIL
Mike Clevinger photo 162. Mike Clevinger SP,RP - CLE
Delino DeShields photo 163. Delino DeShields LF,CF - TEX
Kenta Maeda photo 164. Kenta Maeda SP - LAD
Rick Porcello photo 165. Rick Porcello SP - BOS
Gio Gonzalez photo 166. Gio Gonzalez SP - WSH
Adam Eaton photo 167. Adam Eaton CF - WSH
Sean Newcomb photo 168. Sean Newcomb SP - ATL
Newcomb has been sensational, especially over his last three scoreless starts. You may be tempted to "sell high" on him at this point, but it is not exactly a move we stand behind. What you are seeing of Newcomb is more than likely the real deal. He is a top 25 starting pitcher and should be regarded as such on the trade market.
5 weeks ago
Rich Hill photo 169. Rich Hill SP - LAD
You couldn't sell Hill and his 6.20 ERA for anything right now, and it wouldn't be wise to buy someone with so many question marks. Chances are, however, that he will post a great stretch of three or four starts at some point. When he does, you'll have a chance to sell high and should take advantage of it.
5 weeks ago
Corey Dickerson photo 170. Corey Dickerson LF,DH - PIT
Dickerson has been an easy player to overlook since he left Colorado for some reason, but the matter of the fact is that he has continued to produce. He may not swat 30 homers, but the batting average will be around .300 and he has sufficient power and speed.
5 weeks ago
Matt Kemp photo 171. Matt Kemp LF - LAD
Kemp won't hit 30 homers anymore and the speed is completely gone, but batting .280+ is definitely in the cards. With that said, if you own him, don't hesitate to see what you can get for him on the trade market.
8 weeks ago
J.A. Happ photo 172. J.A. Happ SP - TOR
David Peralta photo 173. David Peralta LF,RF - ARI
Yonder Alonso photo 174. Yonder Alonso 1B - CLE
Josh Hader photo 175. Josh Hader RP - MIL
Hader may not have the closer's job anymore, but it really doesn't matter. When you have a 1.15 ERA and a 56.9% strikeout percentage, wins and saves are just gravy. Hader pitches enough innings to matter, and could legitimately threaten 200 strikeouts as a reliever. He's as must-own as any reliever out there.
4 weeks ago
Trey Mancini photo 176. Trey Mancini 1B,LF - BAL
Adam Duvall photo 177. Adam Duvall LF - CIN
Garrett Richards photo 178. Garrett Richards SP - LAA
Salvador Perez photo 179. Salvador Perez C - KC
Perez missed significant time with an injury after falling while carrying his groceries (yet another fantastic baseball injury), but has been pretty much his old self since returning. Although his results look remarkably similar to his recent seasons, he's actually hitting the ball much harder (47.7%) through early May, which should only portend good things to come. Expect another standard excellent season from Perez, who has given fantasy owners little reason to expect anything else.
6 weeks ago
Roberto Osuna photo 180. Roberto Osuna RP - TOR
Osuna was having another fantastic season before he was arrested on charges of assault and placed on administrative leave. As of the end of May, his status is completely up in the air, but it seems unlikely that he will pitch again anytime soon. He's still worth owning if you have a deep bench, but expect a lengthy suspension at this point.
4 weeks ago
Ian Kinsler photo 181. Ian Kinsler 2B - LAA
Jay Bruce photo 182. Jay Bruce 1B,RF - NYM
Michael Fulmer photo 183. Michael Fulmer SP - DET
Kelvin Herrera photo 184. Kelvin Herrera RP - WSH
Evan Longoria photo 185. Evan Longoria 3B - SF
You may feel tempted to drop Longoria as he is having a rough go to begin his season and is obviously toward the end of his career, but he has been so good for so long that you've got to give him at least until Memorial Day.
8 weeks ago
Bradley Boxberger photo 186. Bradley Boxberger RP - ARI
Boxberger was in a three-man competition for the Diamondbacks' closer's role in Spring Training, won the job, and hasn't looked back. With Archie Bradley content in his setup role, Boxberger has thrived as the closer, putting up the best ERA of his career thus far. He has shown no chinks in the armor, and should continue to pile up saves for the foreseeable future.
4 weeks ago
Gleyber Torres photo 187. Gleyber Torres SS - NYY
Now that Torres is called up, he should be owned in every single league. He's got a Michael Brantley type of offensive game to him, but will qualify at 2B, 3B and SS before long unlike Brantley. Torres may be a top 100 pick next season.
8 weeks ago
Greg Bird photo 188. Greg Bird 1B - NYY
Bird is rehabbing now and should be back with the big league club by June. When he returns to the lineup, he has significant potential, but it may be wise to sell him as soon as he starts raking, considering he hasn't been able to stay healthy for even a few months at any point in his career.
5 weeks ago
Arodys Vizcaino photo 189. Arodys Vizcaino RP - ATL
Wilson Ramos photo 190. Wilson Ramos C - TB
Ramos is back to hitting how he was prior to his injury. He is a strong source of batting average and provides enough power that he just might be among the top five catchers in fantasy baseball at this point.
6 days ago
Paul DeJong photo 191. Paul DeJong 2B,SS - STL
DeJong is out for a few weeks after getting hit by a pitch. When he returns, we ought to expect similar production to what we have been seeing. The batting average is likely to come down from .260, but there will be homers galore.
4 weeks ago
Jonathan Gray photo 192. Jonathan Gray SP - COL
Yulieski Gurriel photo 193. Yulieski Gurriel 1B - HOU
Hector Neris photo 194. Hector Neris RP - PHI
Neris wasn't having a great season, but was generally effective as the closer before Gabe Kapler decided that he wanted to mix it up in the ninth inning. Since that time, Neris has still been called upon in the ninth inning, but so have several other relievers, and this seems to be the rare case where a manager truly wants go with a committee approach. It's certainly conceivable that Neris will get the job back, but at this point, there's no real reason to hold him if you're in a roster crunch.
4 weeks ago
Marcus Semien photo 195. Marcus Semien SS - OAK
Semien hasn't exactly hit for the same pop as we grew used to seeing, but his batting average has improved in what seems to be a trade-off. He is still a solid source of power and speed, plus this improved A's offense will provide your fantasy lineup plenty of runs and RBIs from Semien.
5 weeks ago
Matt Chapman photo 196. Matt Chapman 3B - OAK
Jack Flaherty photo 197. Jack Flaherty SP - STL
When Alex Reyes was announced a starter upon his return, it seemed that Flaherty would be sent back down, but he is just pitching too well to lose his job. At this point, it seems that Luke Weaver is on the chopping block at that Flaherty will stay in the rotation.
4 weeks ago
Evan Gattis photo 198. Evan Gattis C,DH - HOU
Gattis is batting under .200 with limited power through a quarter of the season, but the Astros are still running him out there every day. That should tell you that there is still plenty of hope for him in fantasy, considering Houston has so many other options they could use instead. Expect a bounceback beginning any day now.
5 weeks ago
Cole Hamels photo 199. Cole Hamels SP - TEX
It seemed for a while that Hamels' career might be on the last wheel, but he appears to have reinvented himself this year. He looks terrific so this shouldn't be regarded as some short-term fluke.
4 weeks ago
Manuel Margot photo 200. Manuel Margot CF - SD
Now that Margot is off the DL, we can expect to see his batting average climb to well above .135. He offers both power and speed upside, but no one will blame you if you cut ties with him for now.
8 weeks ago
Andrew Miller photo 201. Andrew Miller RP - CLE
Nick Markakis photo 202. Nick Markakis RF - ATL
Jed Lowrie photo 203. Jed Lowrie 2B - OAK
Lowrie is not a star, nor are his numbers sustainable over a full year. It is possible, of course, that he is in fact much better than he has been in the past. If you can, sell him high while he is still mashing.
8 weeks ago
Robinson Cano photo 204. Robinson Cano 2B - SEA
Cano was having a fine season, piling on the counting stats before a hand fracture and a PED-related suspension effectively ended his season. He'll return in August and should be able to deliver quality fantasy production for the last quarter of the season. If you have the bench room, feel free to hold him, but otherwise, don't hesitate to move on.
5 weeks ago
Hanley Ramirez photo 205. Hanley Ramirez 1B,DH - FA
Ramirez isn't doing anything particularly special this year, but he's healthy and batting third in the Red Sox lineup. That has resulted in him being on a roughly 25-100-100 pace with a plus batting average and even a few steals thrown in. Those numbers won't win you your league, but they're more than enough to turn a significant profit considering Ramirez's meager draft price. Expect him to continue to produce so long as he is healthy.
6 weeks ago
Yasmani Grandal photo 206. Yasmani Grandal C - LAD
Grandal worked with a swing coach in the offseason and his numbers have certainly improved, as he sits with a .848 OPS through May 7th, with a career-best .272 batting average. But Grandal isn't hitting for much more power than usual, and certainly isn't getting the ball in the air more than he used to, both of which should have come with his offseason swing change. Nevertheless, Grandal's overall numbers make him one of the better options at catcher this year, and he's a firm starter in leagues of all sizes and formats.
6 weeks ago
Sonny Gray photo 207. Sonny Gray SP - NYY
Alex Colome photo 208. Alex Colome RP - SEA
Colome was having a mediocre season with the Rays before he was unceremoniously traded to the Mariners. With Edwin Diaz having an outstanding season, there should be no route for saves for Colome in Seattle, absent an injury.
4 weeks ago
Yadier Molina photo 209. Yadier Molina C - STL
Yadi is back with St. Louis and even though he is old, he still bats toward the middle of an impressive lineup. He will get plenty of RBI opportunities and somehow has more power now than ever before.
6 days ago
Johnny Cueto photo 210. Johnny Cueto SP - SF
Keone Kela photo 211. Keone Kela RP - TEX
Ryon Healy photo 212. Ryon Healy 1B,3B,DH - SEA
Kevin Gausman photo 213. Kevin Gausman SP - BAL
Michael Wacha photo 214. Michael Wacha SP - STL
Wacha may not be as overpowering as he once was, and he is a little boring to own, but you can't argue with the results. He has been phenomenal and is at no risk to lose his job when Alex Reyes returns to the rotation in two weeks.
4 weeks ago
Max Kepler photo 215. Max Kepler CF,RF - MIN
Kepler has had an impressive start to the season and it may only be the beginning of a real breakout. Kepler has great tools and has yet to realize his full potential.
8 weeks ago
Josh Reddick photo 216. Josh Reddick LF,CF,RF - HOU
Avisail Garcia photo 217. Avisail Garcia RF - CWS
Aaron Hicks photo 218. Aaron Hicks LF,CF,RF - NYY
Chase Anderson photo 219. Chase Anderson SP - MIL
Dexter Fowler photo 220. Dexter Fowler CF - STL
Fowler is still batting under .200, but both the power and speed are in place and we can be virtually certain the average will come up north of .260 in no time. Don't drop him, just ride this slump out.
8 weeks ago
Steven Souza photo 221. Steven Souza RF - ARI
Jorge Soler photo 222. Jorge Soler RF - KC
Soler is starting to play more and more. The batting average has been a nice surprise but the real calling card will be in the power department which hasn't yet taken off yet. If he starts, expect 25+ bombs from Soler.
8 weeks ago
Jeff Samardzija photo 223. Jeff Samardzija SP - SF
Nick Pivetta photo 224. Nick Pivetta SP - PHI
Eric Thames photo 225. Eric Thames 1B,LF - MIL
Asdrubal Cabrera photo 226. Asdrubal Cabrera 2B,3B,SS - NYM
You can say what you want about Cabrera's hot start, but we have seen him long enough in the bigs to know that he is not a .320 hitter. The 25 homer pace might be legitimate, but that batting average is going to come down before long.
5 weeks ago
Walker Buehler photo 227. Walker Buehler SP,RP - LAD
What we are seeing from Buehler is the real deal. He may not pitch 150 innings, but when he goes, he is a top 25 pitcher with the eventual upside to compete for Cy Young awards. He should be started regardless of the matchup or ballpark.
5 weeks ago
Juan Soto photo 228. Juan Soto RF - WSH
Hunter Strickland photo 229. Hunter Strickland RP - SF
Strickland has pitched well enough that he just might keep the job when Melancon comes back off the DL. Don't count on it, but hang onto him until he officially loses the closer role.
8 weeks ago
Carlos Gonzalez photo 230. Carlos Gonzalez RF - COL
Don't be so quick to give up on Car-Go. Keep in mind that he was a top 50 pick in fantasy drafts last year for a reason. Plus, he heated up over the second-half last year to bat over .300. We ought to expect something similar from the Rockies' outfielder in 2018.
5 weeks ago
Marcus Stroman photo 231. Marcus Stroman SP - TOR
Stroman had been the model of consistency and durability to begin his career, but this year he has been downright dreadful. His 7.71 ERA and 1.71 WHIP both indicated that he may have been pitching injured so it was no surprise when he went on the DL with shoulder fatigue. He can be cut, but if you have a deep bench, feel free to hold onto him incase the DL stint gets him back to good.
5 weeks ago
Zack Cozart photo 232. Zack Cozart SS - LAA
With Cozart now out of the Great American Ballpark, it should come as no surprise that his regression has been significant. He is on the fringe of being worth owning in standard leagues.
8 weeks ago
Jonathan Villar photo 233. Jonathan Villar 2B,CF - MIL
Villar's speed hasn't been as impressive two date as it was two years ago when he stole 60+ bags, but the batting average is where we were hoping it would be and 30+ steals and double digit homers would put him well beyond his ADP expected value.
8 weeks ago
Eduardo Nunez photo 234. Eduardo Nunez 2B,3B,SS,LF - BOS
Maikel Franco photo 235. Maikel Franco 3B - PHI
Tanner Roark photo 236. Tanner Roark SP - WSH
Josh Harrison photo 237. Josh Harrison 2B,3B,LF - PIT
Shane Greene photo 238. Shane Greene RP - DET
Eduardo Rodriguez photo 239. Eduardo Rodriguez SP - BOS
Stephen Piscotty photo 240. Stephen Piscotty RF - OAK
Brad Brach photo 241. Brad Brach RP - BAL
C.J. Cron photo 242. C.J. Cron 1B - TB
Yangervis Solarte photo 243. Yangervis Solarte 2B,3B,SS - TOR
Solarte may be a no-name player to you, but most hitters formerly from the Padres are until they make their way into a hitter's park like Toronto. The power is for real and here to stay so feel free to scoop him up if you need an infielder.
8 weeks ago
Danny Duffy photo 244. Danny Duffy SP - KC
Dansby Swanson photo 245. Dansby Swanson SS - ATL
Chris Devenski photo 246. Chris Devenski RP - HOU
Devenski won't finish the season with 20 saves, but he should get more than a handful plus all of the help he offers in the ratio categories and strikeouts. He ought to be owned in every league.
8 weeks ago
Bradley Zimmer photo 247. Bradley Zimmer CF - CLE
Zimmer had an unbelievably bad start, but is starting to heat up. The batting average may not end above .250, but both power and plenty of speed make him still worth owning in all leagues.
8 weeks ago
Todd Frazier photo 248. Todd Frazier 3B - NYM
Fernando Rodney photo 249. Fernando Rodney RP - MIN
Mike Foltynewicz photo 250. Mike Foltynewicz SP - ATL
Tyler Skaggs photo 251. Tyler Skaggs SP - LAA
You may be wondering if Skaggs is a fluke or due for regression. The answers are no and no. This is a former top 10 prospect with plenty of skill. He may never be a Cy Young contender, but we may be looking at a very good #2.
5 weeks ago
Jeimer Candelario photo 252. Jeimer Candelario 3B - DET
Bud Norris photo 253. Bud Norris SP,RP - STL
For the second year in a row, Norris has come out of nowhere to become a valuable reliever. With Greg Holland being completely ineffective and both Dominic Leone and Luke Gregerson battling injury, Norris has stepped in and appears to have no interest in letting the job go. He's become a moderately effective reliever at this point in his career, and his job should be safe, absent St. Louis exploring the trade market for a reliever.
4 weeks ago
Eduardo Escobar photo 254. Eduardo Escobar 2B,3B,SS,DH - MIN
Logan Morrison photo 255. Logan Morrison 1B - MIN
Teoscar Hernandez photo 256. Teoscar Hernandez LF - TOR
Teoscar is one of these old Astros' prospects who raked in the minors and never received enough attention. He can stick in the big leagues as a fringe fantasy outfielder in the mold of a Jackie Bradley.
8 weeks ago
Miguel Andujar photo 257. Miguel Andujar 3B - NYY
When Andujar was called up, it seemed like only a matter of time before Torres took his job, but he is absolutely mashing and until that changes, he's got the job on lock down. Grab him now if he is still available.
8 weeks ago
Brandon Nimmo photo 258. Brandon Nimmo LF,CF,RF - NYM
Tyson Ross photo 259. Tyson Ross SP - SD
Many were wondering when Ross started pitching well if it was a fluke with his inevitable demise on the way. It was a correct question, but Ross has answered it with a resounding "no". It seems as though we can trust him at this point.
4 weeks ago
Scott Kingery photo 260. Scott Kingery 2B - PHI
Kingery has been downright dreadful after a nice start. At this point, it seems like only a matter of time before he is sent back to the minor leagues to figure out his issues. You can safely drop Kingery in standard leagues at this point.
4 weeks ago
Mike Zunino photo 261. Mike Zunino C - SEA
Zunino is starting to heat up, and while the batting average is never going to be sufficient, the power will make up for it enough that he warrants being owned in 12 or 14 team leagues.
6 days ago
Addison Russell photo 262. Addison Russell SS - CHC
Addison Russell has not had a great offensive start to his season with just 1 homer and 1 steal through 40 games. Both of those numbers should rise, however, so don't be so quick to release him quite yet.
5 weeks ago
Starlin Castro photo 263. Starlin Castro 2B - MIA
Kevin Pillar photo 264. Kevin Pillar CF - TOR
Jake Junis photo 265. Jake Junis SP - KC
Michael Taylor photo 266. Michael Taylor CF - WSH
Ross Stripling photo 267. Ross Stripling RP - LAD
Jackie Bradley photo 268. Jackie Bradley CF - BOS
Matt Davidson photo 269. Matt Davidson 1B,3B,DH - CWS
Davidson has cooled down, especially of late, but you shouldn't even be contimplating him as a drop option. He is still on pace for 45 homers and 100 RBIs. You can deal with a sub-par batting average with that type of power.
5 weeks ago
Jesus Aguilar photo 270. Jesus Aguilar 1B - MIL
Mitch Moreland photo 271. Mitch Moreland 1B - BOS
Marwin Gonzalez photo 272. Marwin Gonzalez 1B,2B,3B,SS,LF - HOU
Zach Britton photo 273. Zach Britton RP - BAL
Britton is available in 50% of leagues right now. If this is your league, stop what you are doing and pick him up now. He is among the best DL stashes in fantasy baseball and will be back before you know it.
8 weeks ago
Orlando Arcia photo 274. Orlando Arcia SS - MIL
Jose Peraza photo 275. Jose Peraza 2B,SS - CIN
Albert Pujols photo 276. Albert Pujols 1B,DH - LAA
Julio Teheran photo 277. Julio Teheran SP - ATL
Danny Salazar photo 278. Danny Salazar SP - CLE
There is a chance that Salazar comes back in June. While he may be shaky upon return, he needs to be owned now in every league, if he isn't already. Salazar was well within the top 10 pitchers during the 2nd half last season and is the rare pickup that could give you a major boost the rest of the season.
4 weeks ago
Max Muncy photo 279. Max Muncy 1B,2B,3B,RF - LAD
Drew Pomeranz photo 280. Drew Pomeranz SP - BOS
Welington Castillo photo 281. Welington Castillo C - CWS
Castillo's PED-related suspension effectively ends his chance at contributing to a fantasy team this season. Once an underrated fantasy catcher, he'll now give his owners less than half a season of solid, but unspectacular, production. Move on in all leagues.
2 weeks ago
Jason Kipnis photo 282. Jason Kipnis 2B,CF - CLE
Blake Parker photo 283. Blake Parker RP - LAA
Andrew Heaney photo 284. Andrew Heaney SP - LAA
Caleb Smith photo 285. Caleb Smith SP,RP - MIA
Jedd Gyorko photo 286. Jedd Gyorko 1B,2B,3B - STL
Jedd Gyorko was passed up by Jose Martinez in Spring Training, but that doesn't mean he is out for the count. Rather, he is getting plenty of at-bats all over the infield and just might take over full-time at 2nd base if Kolten Wong continues to struggle.
8 weeks ago
Kyle Gibson photo 287. Kyle Gibson SP - MIN
You may feel hesitant to believe in what Gibson has done this far, and who could blame you after a handful of mediocre years to start his career. All of the underlying numbers indicate that he production this far has been the real deal. He is a top 50 SP from this point on.
5 weeks ago
Chris Davis photo 288. Chris Davis 1B - BAL
Scott Schebler photo 289. Scott Schebler CF,RF - CIN
Matt Adams photo 290. Matt Adams 1B,LF - WSH
Matt Adams is tearing the cover off again, but don't think for one second that we haven't seen this act multiple times before. Adams has proven to be one of the streakiest hitters in baseball. If you have him, sell him now before his fantasy stock inevitably comes crashing back down to earth.
5 weeks ago
Mike Soroka photo 291. Mike Soroka SP - ATL
The Braves have been careful with their youngster, allowing him to pitch just 14.2 innings through three starts. He has held his own and should continue to get starts at the big league level. His command is impeccable, but his ceiling will be limited by an innings cap and lack of strikeout stuff. Think of him as another Julio Teheran or Michael Wacha.
5 weeks ago
Greg Holland photo 292. Greg Holland RP - STL
Even if Greg Holland begins pitching well again at some point, there is no expecation that Bud Norris is going to just hand over the closer job. Think of Holland as a long shot at getting double-digit saves this season.
4 weeks ago
Vince Velasquez photo 293. Vince Velasquez SP - PHI
Randal Grichuk photo 294. Randal Grichuk LF,RF - TOR
Grichuk is batting under .100 and you might be disgusted with him as a result, but if you take one look at his batted ball data, you'll quickly realize that he is worth picking up right now because a resurgence is on the way any day now.
8 weeks ago
Kendrys Morales photo 295. Kendrys Morales 1B,DH - TOR
Franchy Cordero photo 296. Franchy Cordero CF - SD
Franchy has a serious bat on him that can park 25+ homers in the bleachers even playing half his games at Petco. The issue will be playing time. If he can wrestle a starting job all for himself, he ought to be owned everywhere.
8 weeks ago
Carlos Rodon photo 297. Carlos Rodon SP - CWS
Mark Trumbo photo 298. Mark Trumbo RF,DH - BAL
Archie Bradley photo 299. Archie Bradley RP - ARI
Joey Lucchesi photo 300. Joey Lucchesi SP - SD
Mallex Smith photo 301. Mallex Smith LF,CF,RF - TB
Mallex is a reliable source for batting average, runs and especially stolen bases so long as Keirmaier is out of the Rays' lineup. He stole as many as 80 bases in the minor leagues one season.
8 weeks ago
Kole Calhoun photo 302. Kole Calhoun RF - LAA
Austin Meadows photo 303. Austin Meadows LF,CF - PIT
David Dahl photo 304. David Dahl LF,CF,RF - COL
Dahl is not playing against lefties, but versus righties, the Rockies have him batting in the middle of the order. I shouldn't need to tell you that this is extremely promising for a former top prospect who can contribute in all five categories. He needs to be owned in every league.
5 weeks ago
Ryan McMahon photo 305. Ryan McMahon 1B - COL
McMahon has struggled in his few opportunities, but if he should finally get everyday chances, he would be a top 200 fantasy player. Right this moment, he is playing more terrible baseball in the minors, however, so it doesn't seem likely to happen this season.
4 weeks ago
Reynaldo Lopez photo 306. Reynaldo Lopez SP - CWS
Lopez has been unbelievable over the first quarter of the season. While he hasn't yet slowed down, all underlying factors indicate that we can expect some jumps north in the ratio department. With that said, he is without a doubt a quality pitcher and should not be cut if he begins to struggle for a stretch.
5 weeks ago
Trevor Cahill photo 307. Trevor Cahill SP,RP - OAK
Lewis Brinson photo 308. Lewis Brinson LF,CF - MIA
Christian Villanueva photo 309. Christian Villanueva 3B - SD
Villanueva has quickly become one of the top breakout players of the year. While it is unlikely to continue at the rate he is going, is seems quite clear that he is well worth starting every week for the remainder of the season.
8 weeks ago
Seranthony Dominguez photo 310. Seranthony Dominguez RP - PHI
Francisco Cervelli photo 311. Francisco Cervelli C - PIT
Willie Calhoun photo 312. Willie Calhoun LF - TEX
Calhoun was expected by many to begin the season in the big leagues, but that wasn't in the cards. With how he has been playing in the minors, it may not be until the all-star break when we finally get to see him in Arlington.
8 weeks ago
Luiz Gohara photo 313. Luiz Gohara SP - ATL
Gohara was moved back into the rotation after three appearances out of the big league bullpen. He doesn't come without risk, but as we saw at times to close 2017, the big lefty has significant upside. Own him now as a lottery ticket in case he breaks out.
4 weeks ago
Chad Green photo 314. Chad Green RP - NYY
Chad Green is right up there with the best relief pitchers in baseball. He doesn't offer anything in terms of saves, but needs to be owned and used in every league.
8 weeks ago
Tim Beckham photo 315. Tim Beckham 2B,SS - BAL
Brian McCann photo 316. Brian McCann C - HOU
Jimmy Nelson photo 317. Jimmy Nelson SP - MIL
Nelson is returning soon and should be picked up everywhere. Don't forget that he received Cy Young votes last year and had a better WAR than Clayton Kershaw despite pitching the same ammount of innings.
5 weeks ago
Kyle Barraclough photo 318. Kyle Barraclough RP - MIA
Barraclough has not been the best reliever in baseball, but he may be the next in line to get a closers job. Ziegler is not pitching all that well and Barraclough may be the best reliever in the Marlins' pen.
8 weeks ago
Leonys Martin photo 319. Leonys Martin CF,RF - DET
Mark Melancon photo 320. Mark Melancon RP - SF
Jacob Faria photo 321. Jacob Faria SP - TB
Faria is struggling with his command enough that his season-long ERA is now above 5.00. There will be some great starts mixed in between, but for now, he needs to be regarded as a streamer only until he straightens those issues out.
5 weeks ago
Lance Lynn photo 322. Lance Lynn SP - MIN
Aaron Altherr photo 323. Aaron Altherr LF,CF,RF - PHI
Marco Gonzales photo 324. Marco Gonzales SP - SEA
Kevin Kiermaier photo 325. Kevin Kiermaier CF - TB
Joakim Soria photo 326. Joakim Soria RP - CWS
Nick Senzel photo 327. Nick Senzel 3B - CIN
Senzel has been having a rough go down in Triple-A, so while a call-up seemed to be in the cards, it looks as though it might not happen until the All-Star break. He is still worth stashing depending on how many bench spots you are allowed.
8 weeks ago
Brandon Crawford photo 328. Brandon Crawford SS - SF
Crawford was struggling for quite some time and even dropped in a number of leagues as a result, but he suddenly hit a hot streak and now sees a batting average over .290. While that may not stay for long, the power should begin to return as ballparks start heating up over the summer.
5 weeks ago
Marco Estrada photo 329. Marco Estrada SP - TOR
Aaron Sanchez photo 330. Aaron Sanchez SP - TOR
Ervin Santana photo 331. Ervin Santana SP - MIN
Tyler Clippard photo 332. Tyler Clippard RP - TOR
Dellin Betances photo 333. Dellin Betances RP - NYY
Brad Peacock photo 334. Brad Peacock SP,RP - HOU
Don't be so quick to give up on Peacock, just because he isn't starting doesn't mean he isn't extremely useful. Relievers who pile up the Ks and help in both ratio categories while qualifying as a starting pitcher are a rare breed.
8 weeks ago
Joe Musgrove photo 335. Joe Musgrove SP,RP - PIT
Lucas Duda photo 336. Lucas Duda 1B,DH - KC
Dan Straily photo 337. Dan Straily SP - MIA
Gerardo Parra photo 338. Gerardo Parra LF,RF - COL
Jake Odorizzi photo 339. Jake Odorizzi SP - MIN
Hyun-Jin Ryu photo 340. Hyun-Jin Ryu SP - LAD
Hector Rondon photo 341. Hector Rondon RP - HOU
Amed Rosario photo 342. Amed Rosario SS - NYM
Luke Gregerson photo 343. Luke Gregerson RP - STL
Steven Matz photo 344. Steven Matz SP - NYM
Domingo German photo 345. Domingo German RP - NYY
Denard Span photo 346. Denard Span CF - SEA
Fernando Romero photo 347. Fernando Romero SP,RP - MIN
Dustin Fowler photo 348. Dustin Fowler RF - OAK
Zach Davies photo 349. Zach Davies SP - MIL
Cameron Bedrosian photo 350. Cameron Bedrosian RP - LAA
Joe Panik photo 351. Joe Panik 2B - SF
Shane Bieber photo 352. Shane Bieber SP - CLE
CC Sabathia photo 353. CC Sabathia SP - NYY
Derek Fisher photo 354. Derek Fisher LF,RF - HOU
Carlos Gomez photo 355. Carlos Gomez CF - TB
Lucas Giolito photo 356. Lucas Giolito SP - CWS
Cameron Maybin photo 357. Cameron Maybin LF,CF,RF - MIA
Jonathan Lucroy photo 358. Jonathan Lucroy C - OAK
Lucroy might not have power or the RBIs and runs that come with it, but he won't kill you in batting average and you can't say that about the garbage that is sitting out there on waiver wires at the position.
6 days ago
Brad Ziegler photo 359. Brad Ziegler RP - MIA
Junior Guerra photo 360. Junior Guerra SP,RP - MIL
Austin Jackson photo 361. Austin Jackson LF,CF,RF - SF
Ketel Marte photo 362. Ketel Marte SS - ARI
Freddy Peralta photo 363. Freddy Peralta SP - MIL
You saw Peralta's debut with 13 strikeouts, and while he was phenomenal in the minor leagues (160 Ks in 120 IP last season), there are some concerns as well. He could stand to improve his command a great deal. Think of him as a rookie year Jose Berrios. Loads of potential, but more than likely a disaster waiting to happen.
5 weeks ago
Robinson Chirinos photo 364. Robinson Chirinos C - TEX
Jose Pirela photo 365. Jose Pirela LF - SD
Joc Pederson photo 366. Joc Pederson CF - LAD
Dustin Pedroia photo 367. Dustin Pedroia 2B - BOS
Hunter Pence photo 368. Hunter Pence RF - SF
Nate Jones photo 369. Nate Jones RP - CWS
Nick Williams photo 370. Nick Williams LF,CF,RF - PHI
Williams is finally playing everyday but the results have not been what fantasy owners hoped for. Still, he is one to keep an eye on as he can provide production in four categories once he heats up.
8 weeks ago
Alen Hanson photo 371. Alen Hanson 2B,LF,CF,RF - SF
Felix Hernandez photo 372. Felix Hernandez SP - SEA
Jurickson Profar photo 373. Jurickson Profar LF - TEX
Mike Leake photo 374. Mike Leake SP - SEA
Tyler Mahle photo 375. Tyler Mahle SP - CIN
Tyler Chatwood photo 376. Tyler Chatwood SP,RP - CHC
Travis Jankowski photo 377. Travis Jankowski LF,CF - SD
A.J. Minter photo 378. A.J. Minter RP - ATL
Vizcaino may only have one save to his name, but he has been quite good for the Braves thus far. Minter may have more upside, but until the job is lost, you can expect Minter to remain as a non-closer.
8 weeks ago
Ryan Tepera photo 379. Ryan Tepera RP - TOR
Neil Walker photo 380. Neil Walker 1B,2B - NYY
With Gleyber Torres now up in the majors for the Yankees, Walker has minimal fantasy appeal. Torres can play shortstop and third base as well, but with the way Didi and Andujar are hitting, Walker is the odd man out.
8 weeks ago
Austin Hedges photo 381. Austin Hedges C - SD
Kurt Suzuki photo 382. Kurt Suzuki C - ATL
Suzuki was better at-bat for at-bat than Gary Sanchez last season. With more playing time, he would very clearly be a top 10 fantasy catcher.
8 weeks ago
Nicky Delmonico photo 383. Nicky Delmonico LF - CWS
Matt Shoemaker photo 384. Matt Shoemaker SP - LAA
Colin Moran photo 385. Colin Moran 1B - PIT
Dylan Covey photo 386. Dylan Covey SP,RP - CWS
Curtis Granderson photo 387. Curtis Granderson LF,CF,RF - TOR
Joe Mauer photo 388. Joe Mauer 1B - MIN
Daniel Robertson photo 389. Daniel Robertson 2B,3B,SS - TB
Mac Williamson photo 390. Mac Williamson LF,RF - SF
Jason Heyward photo 391. Jason Heyward CF,RF - CHC
Willy Adames photo 392. Willy Adames SS - TB
Jon Jay photo 393. Jon Jay LF,CF,RF - ARI
Jordan Lyles photo 394. Jordan Lyles SP,RP - SD
Tyler Glasnow photo 395. Tyler Glasnow SP,RP - PIT
Glasnow has had a few implosions, but he still needs to be owned if you've got fairly deep bench. His upside is through the roof and let's not forget that he was the best pitcher in the minors last season. It may only be a matter of time until he rejoins the Pirates rotation where he could take off.
8 weeks ago
Chris Iannetta photo 396. Chris Iannetta C - COL
Iannetta has been lousy offensively despite playing his home games in Coors Field. It may only be a matter of time until he loses his job to Tom Murphy.
8 weeks ago
Yandy Diaz photo 397. Yandy Diaz 3B - CLE
Dominic Leone photo 398. Dominic Leone RP - STL
Alexander Claudio photo 399. Alexander Claudio RP - TEX
Tucker Barnhart photo 400. Tucker Barnhart C - CIN
Darren O'Day photo 401. Darren O'Day RP - BAL
Devon Travis photo 402. Devon Travis 2B - TOR
David Robertson photo 403. David Robertson RP - NYY
Mark Reynolds photo 404. Mark Reynolds 1B - WSH
Tyler O'Neill photo 405. Tyler O'Neill LF - STL
Mike Minor photo 406. Mike Minor SP,RP - TEX
Albert Almora photo 407. Albert Almora CF - CHC
Almora likely won't play every day, but if he continues hitting at the current clip, Maddon will have to find a way to get him in the lineup. If he becomes a full-time starter, Almora would need to be owned everywhere.
8 weeks ago
Austin Barnes photo 408. Austin Barnes C,2B - LAD
Jesse Winker photo 409. Jesse Winker RF - CIN
Daniel Mengden photo 410. Daniel Mengden SP - OAK
Eloy Jimenez photo 411. Eloy Jimenez LF,RF - CWS
Jarrod Dyson photo 412. Jarrod Dyson LF,CF - ARI
German Marquez photo 413. German Marquez SP - COL
J.P. Crawford photo 414. J.P. Crawford 3B,SS - PHI
Tyler Flowers photo 415. Tyler Flowers C - ATL
Jordan Hicks photo 416. Jordan Hicks SP - STL
James McCann photo 417. James McCann C - DET
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. photo 418. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 3B - TOR
Jose Bautista photo 419. Jose Bautista 3B,OF - NYM
Mark Canha photo 420. Mark Canha LF,CF,RF - OAK
Seth Lugo photo 421. Seth Lugo SP - NYM
Chris Owings photo 422. Chris Owings 2B,SS,RF - ARI
Tony Watson photo 423. Tony Watson RP - SF
Mikie Mahtook photo 424. Mikie Mahtook LF,CF,RF - DET
Freddy Galvis photo 425. Freddy Galvis SS - SD
Addison Reed photo 426. Addison Reed RP - MIN
Franmil Reyes photo 427. Franmil Reyes LF,RF - SD
Kyle Freeland photo 428. Kyle Freeland SP,RP - COL
Victor Martinez photo 429. Victor Martinez DH - DET
Chris Stratton photo 430. Chris Stratton SP - SF
Seung-Hwan Oh photo 431. Seung-Hwan Oh RP - TOR
Erasmo Ramirez photo 432. Erasmo Ramirez SP,RP - SEA
Jerad Eickhoff photo 433. Jerad Eickhoff SP - PHI
Brandon McCarthy photo 434. Brandon McCarthy SP - ATL
Brandon Phillips photo 435. Brandon Phillips 2B,3B - FA
Justin Miller photo 436. Justin Miller RP - WSH
Keon Broxton photo 437. Keon Broxton CF - MIL
Austin Hays photo 438. Austin Hays CF,RF - BAL
Brandon Maurer photo 439. Brandon Maurer RP - KC
Lonnie Chisenhall photo 440. Lonnie Chisenhall LF,CF,RF - CLE
Jacob Barnes photo 441. Jacob Barnes RP - MIL
John Hicks photo 442. John Hicks C,1B - DET
Ronald Torreyes photo 443. Ronald Torreyes 2B,3B,SS - NYY
Matt Albers photo 444. Matt Albers RP - MIL
Tom Murphy photo 445. Tom Murphy C - COL
Murphy was just called up by the Rockies after dominating Triple-A. It seems as though he is going to be the full-time starter, and with a bat like his in Coors, that could give fantasy owners a top-five offensive catcher. Add him now before it is too late.
5 days ago
Sam Dyson photo 446. Sam Dyson RP - SF
Trevor Williams photo 447. Trevor Williams SP,RP - PIT
Ian Kennedy photo 448. Ian Kennedy SP - KC
Jim Johnson photo 449. Jim Johnson RP - LAA
Jason Vargas photo 450. Jason Vargas SP - NYM
Alex Cobb photo 451. Alex Cobb SP - BAL
Yolmer Sanchez photo 452. Yolmer Sanchez 2B,3B - CWS
Brad Miller photo 453. Brad Miller 2B - MIL
Matt Joyce photo 454. Matt Joyce LF,RF - OAK
Jorge Polanco photo 455. Jorge Polanco SS - MIN
Jose Iglesias photo 456. Jose Iglesias SS - DET
Hunter Renfroe photo 457. Hunter Renfroe RF - SD
C.J. Edwards photo 458. C.J. Edwards RP - CHC
Brent Suter photo 459. Brent Suter SP,RP - MIL
Logan Forsythe photo 460. Logan Forsythe 2B,3B - LAD
Brandon Drury photo 461. Brandon Drury 2B - NYY
Mychal Antonio Givens photo 462. Mychal Antonio Givens RP - BAL
Tyler Anderson photo 463. Tyler Anderson SP - COL
Wilmer Flores photo 464. Wilmer Flores 1B,2B,3B - NYM
Flores isn't playing enough to be started every week, but he is among the game's best hitters versus lefties and should be started every time he draws one. Beyond that, he is merely waiting for extra playing time, at which point he would need to be owned in every league.
8 weeks ago
Matt Wieters photo 465. Matt Wieters C - WSH
Victor Robles photo 466. Victor Robles RF - WSH
Robles is on the DL for now, but when he returns, you'd have to think he will get a quick call-up to the MLB level to replace Adam Eaton. Robles may not have the upside of Ronald Acuna, but he is every bit as polished and capable of producing in all five categories.
5 weeks ago
Aledmys Diaz photo 467. Aledmys Diaz SS - TOR
Diaz is by no means a safe bet considering how lousy his numbers were last season. With that being said, he offers power and batting average upside that is uncommon for middle infielders making him worth monitoring as a potential pickup.
8 weeks ago
Ivan Nova photo 468. Ivan Nova SP - PIT
Ryan Madson photo 469. Ryan Madson RP - WSH
Alex Avila photo 470. Alex Avila C,1B - ARI
Avila is struggling quite a bit and isn't playing every day. He is not ownable outside of 2-catcher leagues.
8 weeks ago
Jorge Alfaro photo 471. Jorge Alfaro C - PHI
Kolten Wong photo 472. Kolten Wong 2B - STL
Edubray Ramos photo 473. Edubray Ramos RP - PHI
Jhoulys Chacin photo 474. Jhoulys Chacin SP - MIL
Clayton Richard photo 475. Clayton Richard SP - SD
Anthony Swarzak photo 476. Anthony Swarzak RP - NYM
Nathan Karns photo 477. Nathan Karns SP - KC
Josh Tomlin photo 478. Josh Tomlin SP - CLE
Ben Zobrist photo 479. Ben Zobrist 2B,LF,RF - CHC
Yoshihisa Hirano photo 480. Yoshihisa Hirano RP - ARI
Drew Steckenrider photo 481. Drew Steckenrider RP - MIA
Pat Neshek photo 482. Pat Neshek RP - PHI
Francisco Mejia photo 483. Francisco Mejia C,DH - CLE
Chase Headley photo 484. Chase Headley 1B,3B - FA
Yan Gomes photo 485. Yan Gomes C - CLE
Jaime Garcia photo 486. Jaime Garcia SP - TOR
Nicholas Kingham photo 487. Nicholas Kingham SP - PIT
Alex Gordon photo 488. Alex Gordon LF,CF - KC
Jeremy Hellickson photo 489. Jeremy Hellickson SP - WSH
Joe Jimenez photo 490. Joe Jimenez RP - DET
Bartolo Colon photo 491. Bartolo Colon SP - TEX
Matt Harvey photo 492. Matt Harvey SP - CIN
Juan Nicasio photo 493. Juan Nicasio RP - SEA
Miguel Gonzalez photo 494. Miguel Gonzalez SP - CWS
Andrew Triggs photo 495. Andrew Triggs SP - OAK
Anthony DeSclafani photo 496. Anthony DeSclafani SP - CIN
Will Harris photo 497. Will Harris RP - HOU
Trevor Hildenberger photo 498. Trevor Hildenberger RP - MIN
Matt Boyd photo 499. Matt Boyd SP - DET
Steven Wright photo 500. Steven Wright SP - BOS
Dixon Machado photo 501. Dixon Machado 2B,SS - DET
Brandon Finnegan photo 502. Brandon Finnegan SP - CIN
Colby Rasmus photo 503. Colby Rasmus LF,RF - BAL
Collin McHugh photo 504. Collin McHugh SP - HOU
Jeremy Jeffress photo 505. Jeremy Jeffress RP - MIL
Tyler Lyons photo 506. Tyler Lyons RP - STL
Michael Kopech photo 507. Michael Kopech SP - CWS
Derek Dietrich photo 508. Derek Dietrich 1B,2B,3B - MIA
Jason Hammel photo 509. Jason Hammel SP - KC
Jose Reyes photo 510. Jose Reyes 2B,3B,SS - NYM
Chad Kuhl photo 511. Chad Kuhl SP - PIT
Kendall Graveman photo 512. Kendall Graveman SP - OAK
Yusmeiro Petit photo 513. Yusmeiro Petit RP - OAK
Dan Vogelbach photo 514. Dan Vogelbach 1B - SEA
Yonny Chirinos photo 515. Yonny Chirinos SP - TB
Matt Duffy photo 516. Matt Duffy 2B,3B,SS - TB
Kirby Yates photo 517. Kirby Yates RP - SD
Adam Ottavino photo 518. Adam Ottavino RP - COL
Ottavino has been a dominator thus far, but let's try not to get too excited about a non-closer in Coors Field. The strikeouts might stick around, but those ratios are about to take a beating one of these days.
8 weeks ago
Zack Wheeler photo 519. Zack Wheeler SP - NYM
Kyle Tucker photo 520. Kyle Tucker CF,RF - HOU
Adrian Gonzalez photo 521. Adrian Gonzalez 1B - NYM
Mike Montgomery photo 522. Mike Montgomery SP,RP - CHC
Dillon Peters photo 523. Dillon Peters SP - MIA
Bruce Rondon photo 524. Bruce Rondon RP - CWS
Ryan Dull photo 525. Ryan Dull RP - OAK
Matt Duffy photo 526. Matt Duffy 1B,3B - TEX
Pedro Baez photo 527. Pedro Baez RP - LAD
Luis Valbuena photo 528. Luis Valbuena 1B,3B - LAA
Johan Camargo photo 529. Johan Camargo 2B,3B,SS - ATL
Amir Garrett photo 530. Amir Garrett SP,RP - CIN
Raul Adalberto Mondesi photo 531. Raul Adalberto Mondesi 2B - KC
Russell Martin photo 532. Russell Martin C,3B - TOR
Clint Frazier photo 533. Clint Frazier LF,RF - NYY
Raimel Tapia photo 534. Raimel Tapia LF,RF - COL
Chad Pinder photo 535. Chad Pinder 2B,SS,RF - OAK
Carson Fulmer photo 536. Carson Fulmer SP - CWS
Jacoby Jones photo 537. Jacoby Jones CF - DET
Jose Ramirez photo 538. Jose Ramirez RP - ATL
Francisco Liriano photo 539. Francisco Liriano SP,RP - DET
Ben Gamel photo 540. Ben Gamel LF,RF - SEA
Christian Vazquez photo 541. Christian Vazquez C - BOS
Cory Spangenberg photo 542. Cory Spangenberg 3B,LF - SD
Steve Cishek photo 543. Steve Cishek RP - CHC
Manny Pina photo 544. Manny Pina C - MIL
Ben Lively photo 545. Ben Lively SP - PHI
Juan Minaya photo 546. Juan Minaya RP - CWS
Alcides Escobar photo 547. Alcides Escobar SS - KC
Nick Vincent photo 548. Nick Vincent RP - SEA
Michael Lorenzen photo 549. Michael Lorenzen RP - CIN
Ariel Miranda photo 550. Ariel Miranda SP - SEA
Martin Prado photo 551. Martin Prado 3B - MIA
Brandon Kintzler photo 552. Brandon Kintzler RP - WSH
Nick Ahmed photo 553. Nick Ahmed SS - ARI
Brendan Rodgers photo 554. Brendan Rodgers SS - COL
Paul Blackburn photo 555. Paul Blackburn SP - OAK
Matt Andriese photo 556. Matt Andriese SP - TB
Homer Bailey photo 557. Homer Bailey SP - CIN
Carson Kelly photo 558. Carson Kelly C - STL
Brian Anderson photo 559. Brian Anderson 3B - MIA
Pedro Strop photo 560. Pedro Strop RP - CHC
Yasmany Tomas photo 561. Yasmany Tomas LF - ARI
Joe Smith photo 562. Joe Smith RP - HOU
Harrison Bader photo 563. Harrison Bader CF - STL
Matt Barnes photo 564. Matt Barnes RP - BOS
Caleb Joseph photo 565. Caleb Joseph C - BAL
Wei-Yin Chen photo 566. Wei-Yin Chen SP - MIA
Tommy Hunter photo 567. Tommy Hunter RP - PHI
Joe Kelly photo 568. Joe Kelly RP - BOS
Jacoby Ellsbury photo 569. Jacoby Ellsbury CF - NYY
Hisashi Iwakuma photo 570. Hisashi Iwakuma SP - SEA
Adam Warren photo 571. Adam Warren RP - NYY
Tommy Kahnle photo 572. Tommy Kahnle RP - NYY
Franklin Barreto photo 573. Franklin Barreto 2B,SS - OAK
Barreto was sent back down to the minors, but he will be called back up within the next few months and when he does, he should immediately be picked up in every league.
8 weeks ago
Bryan Mitchell photo 574. Bryan Mitchell SP,RP - SD
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. photo 575. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. 2B,SS,LF - TOR
Parker Bridwell photo 576. Parker Bridwell SP - LAA
Joshua Fields photo 577. Joshua Fields RP - LAD
Sergio Romo photo 578. Sergio Romo RP - TB
Troy Tulowitzki photo 579. Troy Tulowitzki SS - TOR
Ryan Buchter photo 580. Ryan Buchter RP - OAK
Brandon Woodruff photo 581. Brandon Woodruff SP - MIL
Craig Stammen photo 582. Craig Stammen RP - SD
Scott Alexander photo 583. Scott Alexander RP - LAD
Steve Pearce photo 584. Steve Pearce 1B,LF - TOR
George Kontos photo 585. George Kontos RP - CLE
Luis Garcia photo 586. Luis Garcia 2B - WSH
Zach McAllister photo 587. Zach McAllister RP - CLE
Liam Hendriks photo 588. Liam Hendriks RP - OAK
Andrew Toles photo 589. Andrew Toles LF,CF - LAD
Jordy Mercer photo 590. Jordy Mercer SS - PIT
Shawn Kelley photo 591. Shawn Kelley RP - WSH
Preston Tucker photo 592. Preston Tucker LF,RF - ATL
Adam Wainwright photo 593. Adam Wainwright SP - STL
Alex Verdugo photo 594. Alex Verdugo CF - LAD
Brian Goodwin photo 595. Brian Goodwin LF,CF,RF - WSH
Brett Cecil photo 596. Brett Cecil RP - STL
A.J. Cole photo 597. A.J. Cole SP - NYY
Jerry Blevins photo 598. Jerry Blevins RP - NYM
Jorge Bonifacio photo 599. Jorge Bonifacio LF,RF - KC
Drew Robinson photo 600. Drew Robinson 3B,LF - TEX
Jake McGee photo 601. Jake McGee RP - COL
Tyler Naquin photo 602. Tyler Naquin CF - CLE
Joe Wendle photo 603. Joe Wendle 2B - TB
David Hernandez photo 604. David Hernandez RP - CIN
Enrique Hernandez photo 605. Enrique Hernandez 3B,SS,LF,CF,RF - LAD
Jarlin Garcia photo 606. Jarlin Garcia RP - MIA
Andrew Cashner photo 607. Andrew Cashner SP - BAL
Ryan Flaherty photo 608. Ryan Flaherty 2B - ATL
Matt Bush photo 609. Matt Bush RP - TEX
Ian Krol photo 610. Ian Krol RP - FA
Sal Romano photo 611. Sal Romano SP,RP - CIN
Eric Skoglund photo 612. Eric Skoglund SP - KC
Chad Bettis photo 613. Chad Bettis SP,RP - COL
Brock Stewart photo 614. Brock Stewart SP,RP - LAD
Melky Cabrera photo 615. Melky Cabrera LF,RF - FA
Jake Marisnick photo 616. Jake Marisnick CF - HOU
Danny Barnes photo 617. Danny Barnes RP - TOR
James Shields photo 618. James Shields SP - CWS
Cheslor Cuthbert photo 619. Cheslor Cuthbert 3B - KC
Nathan Eovaldi photo 620. Nathan Eovaldi SP - TB
Mike Fiers photo 621. Mike Fiers SP - DET
Hernan Perez photo 622. Hernan Perez 2B,3B,SS,LF,CF,RF - MIL
Jordan Zimmermann photo 623. Jordan Zimmermann SP - DET
Joe Biagini photo 624. Joe Biagini SP,RP - TOR
Brett Phillips photo 625. Brett Phillips CF - MIL
Emilio Pagan photo 626. Emilio Pagan RP - OAK
Rajai Davis photo 627. Rajai Davis LF,CF - CLE
Sandy Alcantara photo 628. Sandy Alcantara P - MIA
Magneuris Sierra photo 629. Magneuris Sierra CF,RF - MIA
Justin Wilson photo 630. Justin Wilson RP - CHC
Ty Blach photo 631. Ty Blach SP,RP - SF