Two clock adjustment. For a redraft???? What a f’ing joke.
Hey Donation, maybe you make the pick before it clicks out today so we can wrap up the worlds slowest draft of all time
Correction, I've made 13 picks in 19 days.
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|2021 FAAB OBP||100.0|
|Lets Do This 1||66.5|
|Diamond Kings 7||61.5|
|Toes in the Sand||53.0|
|South Park Bat Dads||39.0|
|SA Baseball Club||32.5|
Despite Atlanta Braves outfielder Eddie Rosario's strong performance at the plate, going 3-for-4, his team fell short in a 3-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. Rosario proved to be the sole contributor to the Braves offensive output, generating all the runs by blasting two solo home runs in both the second and seventh innings off Arizona pitcher Merrill Kelly. With his overall slash line at .251/.280/.449, Rosario has also accumulated seven home runs and 20 RBI in 175 at-bats.
Texas Rangers second baseman Marcus Semien went 1-for-4 with a single, a run scored, and a strikeout in a 2-0 win over the Seattle Mariners on Friday. This one was a pitcher's duel as Luis Castillo and Jon Gray both dominated the game. It was Castillo who cracked first, however, as Semien led off the bottom of the sixth with a single. He would come around to score on a Nathaniel Lowe sacrifice fly in the same frame. The one run would prove to be the difference as the Seattle offense was anemic, per usual. Semien has simply been awesome as the Rangers' leadoff man this season, slashing a rock-solid .294/.364/.481 to go along with eight home runs, 44 RBI, and seven stolen bases over 231 at-bats. His rate stats are all well above his career-high triple-slash line of .257/.323/.444.
Arizona Diamondbacks right-handed pitcher Miguel Castro logged his sixth save of the season, beating the Atlanta Braves 3-2 Friday. While preserving a slim one-run advantage, he surrendered back-to-back singles with only one out, placing runners on the corners in the ninth inning. However, he was able to escape and earn the save. Castro has been consistent all year as he has a 3-1 record, 2.13 ERA, and a 1.13 WHIP while striking out 22 batters in 25.1 innings pitched.
Cleveland Guardians third baseman Jose Ramirez went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in a 1-0 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Friday. The Guardians couldn't get a whole lot going against Bailey Ober and company on Friday. Ramirez had a seven-game hit streak going into this one but that was obviously snapped. Even with the recent steak, he's scuffled a bit over the last few weeks, batting just .242 with a .740 OPS over the last 15 contests. Overall, his numbers are just fine, though, with a .271/.340/.452 triple-slash line with six home runs, 30 RBI, and five stolen bases over 210 at-bats on the season.
Minnesota Twins relief pitcherJhoan Duranpicked up his eighth save of the season as the Twins knocked off Cleveland 1-0 Friday. Duran struck out three batters in 1.2 innings of work. Minnesota has relied on their hard-throwing right-hander this year, as he boasts a 1.17 ERA in 21 outings. Duran has established himself as one of the most productive closers in the league this season, as he has continued to show he thrives under pressure.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Kendall Graveman delivered a flawless inning, securing his fifth save of the season in a 3-0 victory over the Tigers Friday. The right-hander required only 15 pitches to retire the opposing batters in consecutive order, recording a crucial strikeout along the way. Throughout the season, Graveman has consistently proven himself as a dependable asset in the White Sox bullpen. In 24 outings, he has a solid 2.66 ERA and a 0.93 WHIP.
Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Darin Ruf (knee) exited Friday's loss to the Cincinnati Reds. The veteran suffered a right knee laceration in the third inning after running into the tarp while going after a foul ball. Ruf needed stitches to close the wound, with Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reporting that the 36-year-old was "banged-up pretty badly." He was replaced in the game by Rowdy Tellez, who went 0-for-4 while striking out twice. That said, Ruf could miss time. But considering he's hitting .192 this season, an extended layoff shouldn't negatively impact many fantasy managers.
Los Angeles Angels SS Zach Neto (foot) exited against the Houston Astros Friday, June 2, due to left foot soreness.
New York Yankees left-hander Carlos Rodon (back) threw 30 pitches over two simulated innings at Dodger Stadium on Friday. According to skipper Aaron Boone, things went well, and Rodon may resume facing hitters once the Yankees return to the Bronx. The 30-year-old has been on the shelf since March, with New York transferring him to the 60-day injured list on Thursday. However, the Yankees will take things slow with Rodon, who signed a lucrative deal in the offseason, so fantasy managers should remain optimistic, especially if the positive updates continue.
Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Chris Sale (shoulder) landed on the 15-day injured list on Friday after exiting his last start because of soreness. Unfortunately, the issue could be more severe, with the left-hander indicating he will undergo further testing. "I've got something going on in my shoulder," Sale said. "I think I have a couple more tests I have to go through until we get a definitive answer. But still, obviously not the situation you want to be in, for sure." The multi-time All-Star has gone 5-2 in 11 starts with a 4.58 ERA this season. However, considering Sale missed plenty of games over the years due to injuries, fantasy managers aren't expecting a positive update when the time comes.
Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa (foot) is out of the starting lineup on Friday against the Cleveland Guardians, but there is hope that he could return as soon as Saturday. Correa aggravated plantar fasciitis in his left foot in the ballgame on Thursday and was removed early, but it appears to be an issue that he can play through after one more day of rest. Still, the 28-year-old may not be 100 percent moving forward, and this is surely something that could eventually send him to the injured list. On top of it, he's hitting just .207 (39-for-188) on the year with six home runs and 24 RBI in 214 trips to the plate. In his last nine games, he's gone 7-for-29 (.241) without a home run and with just one RBI. Kyle Farmer is starting at shortstop and batting eighth on Friday against Guardians right-hander Aaron Civale.
According to Do-Hyoung Park of MLB.com, Minnesota Twins first baseman/outfielder Joey Gallo (hamstring) was scratched from Friday's lineup versus Cleveland because of tightness. The 29-year-old has been battling a nagging hamstring ailment of late, so he may be due for a trip to the injured list if things don't improve. Gallo is hitting .188 with 21 runs, 26 hits, 11 homers, and 23 RBI in 138 at-bats. Although he hasn't been the most consistent fantasy option, he still has value in deeper formats. Willi Castro filled the void in the lineup on Friday, with an update on Gallo's condition expected soon.
According to Jordan Bastian of MLB.com, Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Justin Steele (forearm) was diagnosed with a mild strain. Steele himself indicated that his recent MRI was positive, although the team will monitor things in the next few days before making any decisions. There's a chance the 27-year-old could miss his next scheduled start. However, the latest update seems more promising than initially believed. The left-hander has gone 6-2 with a 2.65 ERA and 58 strikeouts, so fantasy managers will anxiously await his return.
Chicago Cubs LHP Justin Steele (forearm) was diagnosed with a mild left forearm strain, the team announced Friday, June 2.
San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado (wrist) has been activated from the 10-day injured list on Friday. He has been sidelined since the middle of May due to a small fracture in his wrist. The 30-year-old didn't have a minor league rehab assignment, so it's possible he's a little rusty for a game or two. He's slashing .231/.282/.372 with five homers and 19 RBI in 40 games this season. He'll cover third base and bat cleanup versus right-hander Jameson Taillon on Friday. Fantasy managers should make sure to get Machado back in their lineups.
Chicago Cubs outfielder Cody Bellinger (knee) was cleared for running progression. The 27-year-old suffered a left knee injury in mid-May and has been on the 10-day injured list since. It's unknown if he'll need a rehab assignment. However, the latest update means he's at least moving in the right direction. Bellinger was hitting .271 with 29 runs, 20 RBI, nine stolen bases, and seven home runs before going down, so fantasy managers hopefully won't need to wait much longer before getting him back.
Tampa Bay Rays LHP Josh Fleming (elbow) was placed on the 15-day injured list Friday, June 2, with left elbow soreness.
Minnesota Twins OF Max Kepler (head) is in the starting lineup Friday, June 2.
Minnesota Twins INF Carlos Correa (foot) hopes to return to the starting lineup Saturday, June 3.
Minnesota Twins OF Byron Buxton's (ribs) X-rays did not reveal any fractures in his ribs, but Buxton is expected to be sidelined for a few days.
|TB||Glasnow R (0-0)|
|BOS||Whitlock R (2-2)|
|Donation$||Sat Jun 3 1:49am ET|
|Global Powderkegs||Sat Jun 3 12:49am ET|
|HitMan23||Fri Jun 2 5:03pm ET|
|DynastDeez||Fri Jun 2 2:13pm ET|
|TCDynasty||Fri Jun 2 9:22am ET|
|Springfield Isotopes||Thu Jun 1 9:56pm ET|
|SA Baseball Club||Thu Jun 1 5:37pm ET|
|Toes in the Sand||Thu Jun 1 8:25am ET|
|2021 FAAB OBP||Tue May 30 7:01pm ET|
|Diamond Kings 7||Mon May 29 11:03am ET|
|Lets Do This 1||Mon May 29 5:26am ET|
|South Park Bat Dads||Sun May 14 11:15pm ET|
|Commissioner||Tue May 9 10:28am ET|
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