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Lucas Babits-Feinerman

Lucas Babits-Feinerman

MLB Correspondent

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NYC. Yankees fanatic. Knicks. Fantasy pros correspondent. Baseball nerd.


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Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Adalberto Mondesi, Jack Flaherty, John Means (2021) photo
Week nine of the fantasy season was the best so far for injuries. The biggest names were guys like Adalberto Mondesi, John Means, and ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Yordan Alvarez, Corey Kluber, Trevor Story (2021) photo
It's week nine of the fantasy baseball season, and we're already into June. It's the time of year when contenders and pretenders start to ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Mike Trout, Kenta Maeda, Pete Alonso (2021) photo
We've made it through eight glorious weeks of baseball and seen a lot of injuries. Every player in the first half of the first ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Ronald Acuña Jr., Fernando Tatis Jr., Corey Seager (2021) photo
Several notable players like Charlie Blackmon, Yuli Gurriel, Salvador Perez, and Bryce Harper missed time this week with day-to-day type injuries. All the players ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Jacob deGrom, Christian Yelich, Anthony Rendon (2021) photo
The hits just kept on coming this week, with the lone member of the first-half-of-the-first round, Jacob deGrom, making an appearance for the first ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Corbin Burnes, Luis Robert, Jazz Chisholm (2021) photo
Fantasy managers were thrilled to have George Springer return to their lineups for the first time this season. Mike Trout returned from injury, and ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Juan Soto, Mike Trout, Hyun-Jin Ryu (2021) photo
The curse of the first half of the first round continues as Juan Soto and Mike Trout make appearances on this week's injury roundup. Luckily ...
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Ronald Acuna Jr., Ozzie Albies, Cody Bellinger (2021) photo
We saw several big-name players return to action this week, including Fernando Tatis Jr., Zac Gallen, and Sonny Gray. Unfortunately, the week was a ...
Latest News From Lucas
Alex Wells gets his third loss photo
Alex Wells allowed five runs on seven hits, one walk, and three strikeouts in four innings. The Orioles lost 7-2 to the Yankees Tuesday and are 46-98 this season.
2 days ago
Javier Baez hits his 31st home run but the Mets lose photo
Javier Baez went 2-for-2 with three walks, two RBIs, one run, and one home run. The Mets lost 7-6 in extras and are 72-74 this season.
2 days ago
Marcus Stroman gets a quality start in Mets loss photo
Marcus Stroman allowed two runs on four hits, one walk, and eight strikeouts in six innings pitched. The Mets lost 7-6 in 11 innings Tuesday, but Stroman was in line for the win when he left the game.
2 days ago
Francisco Lindor has his best game as a Met photo
Francisco Lindor went 3-for-5 on Sunday with three home runs and five RBIs, including the game-winner in the bottom of the eighth. The Mets won 7-6 and are 72-72 this season.
3 days ago
Rich Hill gets his seventh loss of the season photo
Rich Hill allowed three runs on six hits, two walks, and four strikeouts in five innings. The Mets lost 7-0 Monday and are 72-73 this season.
3 days ago
John Means gets a tough luck loss on Thursday photo
John Means allowed two runs on five hits, two walks, and five strikeouts in seven innings. The Orioles lost 6-0 and are 45-94 this season.
7 days ago
Javier Baez stuffs the stat sheet on Thursday photo
Javier Baez went 2-for-4 with two runs, one RBI, one home run, and two stolen bases, but the Mets lost 3-2.
7 days ago
Marcus Stroman quality start but no-decision on Thursday photo
Marcus Stroman allowed one run on four hits, zero walks, and seven strikeouts in six and one-third innings. The Mets lost 3-2 and are now 70-71 this season.
7 days ago
Pete Alonso smacks two homers in Mets win photo
Pete Alonso went 2-for-4 with two runs, three RBIs, one walk, and two homers as the Mets beat the Marlins 9-4 Tuesday. They're one game over .500 and only 3.5 back of the second wildcard.
1 wk ago
Carlos Carrasco records his first win of the year photo
Carlos Carrasco allowed four runs (one earned) on seven hits, one walk, and four strikeouts in five innings. The 34-year-old was forced to work much harder than he should have been by the Mets' sloppy fielding. They won 9-4 Tuesday and are four games behind the Braves in the NL East and three and a half games behind the Reds and Padres for the final Wild Card spot.
1 wk ago