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We're now through twelve weeks of the NFL season, and the fantasy playoffs are just around the corner for most leagues. With the benefit ...
by Fantasy in Fri, Dec 3
Each Tuesday, The Heat Index digs into the players whose performances the prior week jumped out to us the most. Along with their stats ...
by Fantasy in Tue, Nov 30
Some of the NFL's brightest stars came to play in Week 11. Jonathan Taylor (RB - IND), Austin Ekeler (RB - LAC), Justin Jefferson ...
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Byron Buxton is not in the starting lineup for the Twins' Friday night matchup with the Rockies. Buxton has sat for three straight games now due to soreness in his right knee.
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Donovan Solano went three-for-five with two doubles in his second start for the Reds since being activated from the IL on June 21.
Brandon Drury started at first base Thursday and went two-for-five with an RBI and a run scored.
Tommy Pham went two-for-five with a three-run HR and two runs scored in a losing effort on Thursday.
Hunter Greene was walloped by the Dodgers on Thursday. He allowed six earned runs and nine hits over five innings, including home runs to Freddie Freeman, Max Muncy, and Cody Bellinger.
Kyle Farmer went 3-for-5 with two doubles Wednesday, but it wasn't nearly enough for the Reds, who lost 8-4 to the Dodgers.
Ross Detwiler gave up a go-ahead HR to Freddie Freeman in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday, saddling him with the loss.
Luis Castillo gave up three runs off three hits, a walk, and an HBP in the fifth inning Wednesday, blowing a 3-1 lead.
Joey Votto has two of the Reds' five hits Tuesday, including a ground-rule double in the sixth inning.
Albert Almora Jr. homered for the second time in four games Tuesday, but it wasn't nearly enough for the Reds, who lost 8-2.