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  • Fantasy Week 10
    Lopez Dispensers 1111.5
    Speed Still Kills89.5
    David vs. Goliath148.0
    South Park Cows46.5
    Walk-off sb95.5
    Keep Swinging93.5
    Running on Empty 248.5
    Three Kings 4128.0
  • StandingsExpanded
    Speed Still Kills622553.5
    Three Kings 4532488.5
    Walk-off sb442409.0
    Running on Empty 2442093.5
    Keep Swinging352337.5
    David vs. Goliath352173.0
    Lopez Dispensers 1262253.0
    South Park Cows262027.5
  • Player Notes
    Anthony Rendon Thu Jun 1 10:00am ET

    Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon (groin) will likely come off the injured list for the club's next homestand, which will begin on Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs. The former MVP candidate has been on the IL since the middle of May after suffering a groin strain during a game on May 13. Before going down, Rendon was hitting .301 with 19 runs, 20 RBI, and two stolen bases, but with just one long ball over 30 games. It looks like the 25 home run power isn't there anymore, but the 32-year-old can still provide decent production in the batting average and counting stats departments.

    From RotoBaller

    Brandon Drury Thu Jun 1 9:50am ET

    Los Angeles Angels infielder Brandon Drury (wrist) was available to pinch hit in Wednesday's 12-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox, according to The 30-year-old was hit by a pitch on his left wrist on Tuesday, and manager Phil Nevin decided to exclude him from the starting lineup. It's good news that Drury was available, and he should return to the starting lineup in the coming days. Over 51 games this year, he's slashing .245/.294/.484 with nine home runs, 24 runs, and 27 RBI, and fantasy managers should be happy he won't need a trip to the injured list with that kind of production.

    From RotoBaller

    Triston McKenzie Thu Jun 1 9:40am ET

    Cleveland Guardians right-hander Triston McKenzie (shoulder) made a third rehab appearance on May 30, according to, and now he's about to join the club when they begin their next series on Thursday against the Minnesota Twins. He has yet to be activated, and manager Terry Francona will have a discussion with the 25-year-old to see how he's feeling, but he'll likely make a return at some point during the weekend. McKenzie has yet to throw a pitch for Cleveland this season after suffering a strained right shoulder in Spring Training. In 2022, the former top prospect broke out, pitching to an 11-11 record, 2.96 ERA, 0.95 WHIP, and 25.6% strikeout rate.

    From RotoBaller

    Jorge Polanco Thu Jun 1 9:30am ET

    Minnesota Twins second baseman Jorge Polanco (hamstring) is ready to return to the club on Thursday, according to Phil Miller of the Star Tribune. The 29-year-old has been out of action since May 17 after straining his left hamstring and landing on the 10-day injured list on May 20. The team sent Edouard Julien back to Triple-A St. Paul on Wednesday to make room for Polanco. Over 19 games this season, the rookie has slashed .210/.296/.435 with four homers, eight runs, eight RBI, and no stolen bases. Julien's value is limited to dynasty leagues at this point, but fantasy managers can pick him up from the waiver wire if he gets promoted again.

    From RotoBaller

    Oswaldo Cabrera Thu Jun 1 9:20am ET

    New York Yankees utility man Oswaldo Cabrera will be heading to Triple-A soon, according to Jack Curry of YES Network. With Josh Donaldson (hamstring), Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring), and Tommy Kahnle (biceps) ready to return, likely on Friday, the club is in need of a few roster spots. Cabrera has been struggling over 50 games, batting .195 with three homers, 18 runs, 15 RBI, and five stolen bases. With the demotion, the 24-year-old will lose all of his value in redraft leagues, and fantasy managers should only roster him in dynasty formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Buck Farmer Thu Jun 1 9:10am ET

    Cincinnati Reds right-hander Buck Farmer threw a clean ninth inning on Wednesday to close out the 5-4 win over the Boston Red Sox. He allowed no baserunners and struck out, earning his first save of 2023. The 32-year-old veteran is putting up solid numbers with a 2.60 ERA, 0.87 WHIP, and 23.8% strikeout rate over 27.2 innings. Alexis Diaz pitched in three of the last four days before Wednesday, so it makes sense he got the night off. Fantasy manager can't assume Farmer will record many saves moving forward, so he's mostly irrelevant in any format unless he can start adding to his two holds.

    From RotoBaller

    Diego Cartaya Thu Jun 1 8:40am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers catching prospect Diego Cartaya hit a home run in his third straight game for Double-A Tulsa. He started the season ice-cold, slashing .171/.288/.305 with a 35.2% strikeout rate in his first 29 games. But in his last four games, the 21-year-old is 7-for-15 with six runs and five RBI. The catcher's exceptional power makes him a hot commodity in dynasty leagues and has him as one of the league's best catching prospects. While he is a must-roster in dynasty leagues, he won't get close to the major-league squad this year.

    From RotoBaller

    Coby Mayo Thu Jun 1 8:30am ET

    Baltimore Orioles third base prospect Coby Mayo continued his hot start with two hits in a game for Double-A Bowie. In his past 10 games, the 21-year-old is 14-for-40 with three home runs and a 1.120 OPS. He is slashing .283/.395/.528 with seven home runs, 24 runs, and 23 RBI in 44 games this season. Standing 6'5", Mayo possesses elite power and a solid hit tool. The Florida native is a year or two away from reaching the MLB, but his stock will keep rising in dynasty leagues if he keeps up his stellar start with the bat.

    From RotoBaller

    George Kirby Thu Jun 1 4:00am ET

    Seattle Mariners starting pitcher George Kirby spun an eight-inning gem in the team's extra-inning, walk-off 1-0 win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday. The 25-year-old punched out seven hitters, gave up no runs, and matched a season-low with three hits allowed, but it was only enough for a no-decision. Kirby recovered in a big way, anyway, after unquestionably his worst start of the year last Friday when he let in seven runs against the Pittsburgh Pirates. The former first-rounder has exhibited impeccable control, walking no more than a single batter in each of his 11 starts in 2023. Kirby carries a strong 3.04 ERA and 1.01 WHIP with a picturesque 58:6 K:BB into his next start opposing the San Diego Padres next Wednesday.

    From RotoBaller

    Andrew McCutchen Thu Jun 1 2:40am ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers designated hitter/outfielder Andrew McCutchen went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, one RBI and a stolen base in a 9-4 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday. The former NL MVP's Bucs return has been a rather triumphant one so far, slashing a healthy .273/.369/.453 with 28 runs, eight homers, 21 RBI, and six pilfers over 203 plate appearances this year. The steady McCutchen should be rostered in more than just one-third of fantasy leagues as Pittsburgh's daily leadoff man. The 36-year-old's rest-of-season ranking also should be reinforced by the optimism that the dynamic Oneil Cruz (fibula) is back in the mix in August.

    From RotoBaller

    James Paxton Thu Jun 1 2:10am ET

    Boston Red Sox starting pitcher James Paxton hurled five innings on Wednesday against the Cincinnati Reds. He fanned eight hitters and permitted just one run for a no-decision as the BoSox lost 5-4. Since returning from a two-year hiatus due to Tommy John surgery, the 34-year-old appears rather spry in 2023. Paxton has allowed two runs or fewer in three of his four starts to start his season. The former ace's average fastball velocity is encouragingly up to 96 miles per hour after being down to 92 mph in 2020. That certainly bodes well for Paxton's rest-of-season fantasy prospects. The southpaw should be an appetizing streamer against the Cleveland Guardians on Tuesday.

    From RotoBaller

    Tommy Kahnle Thu Jun 1 1:53am ET

    New York Yankees 3B Josh Donaldson (hamstring), OF Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) and RHP Tommy Kahnle (biceps) could all be activated during the team's upcoming series against the Los Angeles Dodgers that runs from Friday, June 2, to Sunday, June 4, according to manager Aaron Boone.

    Giancarlo Stanton Thu Jun 1 1:53am ET

    New York Yankees 3B Josh Donaldson (hamstring), OF Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) and RHP Tommy Kahnle (biceps) could all be activated during the team's upcoming series against the Los Angeles Dodgers that runs from Friday, June 2, to Sunday, June 4, according to manager Aaron Boone.

    Josh Donaldson Thu Jun 1 1:53am ET

    New York Yankees 3B Josh Donaldson (hamstring), OF Giancarlo Stanton (hamstring) and RHP Tommy Kahnle (biceps) could all be activated during the team's upcoming series against the Los Angeles Dodgers that runs from Friday, June 2, to Sunday, June 4, according to manager Aaron Boone.

    Josh Naylor Thu Jun 1 1:49am ET

    Guardians' 1B Josh Naylor had six RBIs going 4-for-5 with a home run in a 12-8 win over Baltimore on Wednesday, May. 31.

    Darick Hall Thu Jun 1 1:43am ET

    Philadelphia Phillies 1B Darick Hall (thumb) is expected to move his rehab assignment to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Friday, June 2.

    Alec Bohm Thu Jun 1 1:33am ET

    Philadelphia Phillies INF Alec Bohm (hamstring) was out of the lineup Wednesday, May 31, due to tightness in his hamstring. It was the second time in three days that he sat out with the injury.

    Kevin Newman Thu Jun 1 1:23am ET

    Cincinnati Reds INF Kevin Newman (arm) will be OK after being hit by a pitch in the ninth inning on Wednesday, May 31, according to manager David Bell.

    Noah Syndergaard Thu Jun 1 1:13am ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said after the game on Wednesday, May 31, that he didn't 'want to answer that' when asked whether RHP Noah Syndergaard would make his next scheduled start.

    Keibert Ruiz Thu Jun 1 1:10am ET

    Washington Nationals catcher Keibert Ruiz went 3-for-4 at the plate, with two home runs and three RBI, propelling the Nationals to a 10-6 victory over the Dodgers Wednesday. The two-homer outing marked only the second time in his career that the 24-year-old catcher achieved a multi-homer game, adding another significant milestone to his career. Overall, it was an extraordinary game for Ruiz against his former organization as he was traded to Washington in 2021 for Trea Turner and Max Scherzer.

    From RotoBaller

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    TORGausman R (3-3)
    PHIWalker R (4-2)
    NYMScherzer R (4-2)
    SDMusgrove R (2-2)
    MIALuzardo L (4-3)
    COLAnderson R (0-0)
    ARIDavies R (0-1)
    CINGreene R (1-4)
    BOSSale L (5-2)
    CLEBibee R (1-1)
    MINLopez R (3-3)
    LAADetmers L (0-4)
    HOUValdez L (5-4)
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