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  • Fantasy Week 8
    East Coast G56.5
    drchill70.0
    Lasting Impression80.5
    Benchs Bunch64.0
    Forty Fours66.0
    3 ducks on the pond115.5
    Marino72.0
    The Pansies99.0
    Cardinals59.0
    Phone Went West110.0
    Benchs Bunch64.0
    drchill70.0
    East Coast G56.5
    3 ducks on the pond115.5
    Lasting Impression80.5
    The Pansies99.0
    Forty Fours66.0
    Phone Went West110.0
    Marino72.0
    Cardinals59.0
  • StandingsExpanded
    DivisionWLPts
    Lasting Impression1134061.0
    Cardinals953854.0
    Marino953813.0
    3 ducks on the pond864210.0
    Benchs Bunch773689.0
    The Pansies773391.0
    Phone Went West773343.0
    East Coast G683423.0
    drchill3113249.0
    Forty Fours3113196.0
  • Player Notes
    Matt Olson Sep 23 6:30pm ET

    Oakland Athletics first baseman Matt Olson is not among the starting nine for Wednesdays contest versus the Dodgers and right-hander Joe Kelly. Olson, who is slated to miss his first game of the season, has been quiet at the dish over the previous 10 days, ceding way to Mark Canha, who will hold down the spot in his stead. It appears to be just a day off for Olson, which while rare, shouldnt raise any alarm bells for fantasy managers. His next chance to return to the lineup comes Thursday against Los Angeles, who has not yet tabbed a starter.

    From RotoBaller

    Nelson Cruz Sep 23 6:20pm ET

    Minnesota Twins designated hitter Nelson Cruz (knee) is once again absent from the clubs starting lineup Wednesday as he battles knee soreness, with manager Rocco Baldelli conceding that the club will not rush him back to the lineup with the playoffs around the corner. Cruz is available off the bench, although it doesnt sound as if the Twins are interested in having him run the bases. With a weekend series ahead against a stingy Reds starting staff, Cruzs season-long fantasy prognosis isnt sparkling, with Minnesota in no rush to bring his powerful bat back into the fold.

    From RotoBaller

    David Dahl Sep 23 6:20pm ET

    Colorado Rockies outfielder David Dahl (shoulder) was placed on the 45-day injured list prior to Wednesdays contest versus San Francisco due to a strained right shoulder. It was essentially a lost year for Dahl, who scuffled mightily at the plate, delivering a .183/.222/.247 slash line without a home run in 24 contests. Maybe most concerning was that Dahl posted just a .410 OPS at Coors Field, where he has traditionally excelled. Sam Hilliard will likely absorb any at-bats that Dahl may have seen over the seasons final few games. The IL placement ends Dahls 2020 season with an eye toward 21, although his fantasy stock has likely fallen far enough that he will begin next year on the waiver wire in most season-long formats.

    From RotoBaller

    Julio Urias Sep 23 6:10pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers right-handed Joe Kelly will start Wednesdays contest against Oakland in place of southpaw Julio Urias, who was scratched prior to first pitch, but will ultimately toss the bulk workload of innings. Kelly is yet to allow a run in 10 appearances this season, having held opposing batters to a .192 average across eight innings with seven strikeouts. The move to utilize Kelly as an opener will allow Urias to handle the majority of the middle innings in an attempt to limit him from facing the opposition a third-time through the order.

    From RotoBaller

    Justin Turner Sep 23 6:10pm ET

    Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman/designated hitter Justin Turner (hamstring) is back in the lineup on Wednesday. Turner was scratched from Tuesday's lineup as he re-aggravated the hamstring injury that cost him to miss time earlier this year. Turner will play third base in Wednesday's game, the first time since his return from the Injured List that he'll be taking the field. Turner hasn't skipped a beat at the plate since rejoining the team. Over five games since his return, he is 7-for-18 with three walks and only two strikeouts.

    From RotoBaller

    Adam Duvall Sep 23 6:00pm ET

    Atlanta Braves outfielder Adam Duvall is getting the day off on Wednesday. Nick Markakis is covering left field in the game as Ender Inciarte is getting the start in center field. Duvall has had a phenomenal September, slashing .253/.326/.711 with 11 home runs, 20 RBI and 20 runs. He's tied for fifth in the majors in home runs with 16. His 15.2% barrel rate ranks amongst the top 6% of the league. Expect to see him back in the lineup as the team closes out their four-game series against the Miami Marlins on Thursday.

    From RotoBaller

    Travis Shaw Sep 23 5:50pm ET

    Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Travis Shaw (back) was a late scratch from Tuesday's game as he was dealing with back spasms. Shaw had sat out the previous two games as well. However, he'll be back in the lineup on Wednesday, hitting seventh. Shaw is slashing .263/.328/.491 with two home runs, seven doubles, six RBI and eight runs in September. He's made some solid strides after his disastrous 2019 campaign, but he can remain on waivers in most redraft leagues at this point.

    From RotoBaller

    Giancarlo Stanton Sep 23 5:50pm ET

    New York Yankees designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton is back in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Stanton sat out on Tuesday as Aaron Judge got the start at designated hitter. Stanton is hitting third in the lineup in Wednesday's game, behind Judge and in front of Luke Voit. Stanton has played in five games since returning from the Injured List about a week ago and has gone 6-for-21 with three doubles and a home run over that stretch.

    From RotoBaller

    Rougned Odor Sep 23 5:40pm ET

    Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Despite the fact that the team has made an effort to play their young players more, Odor started the team's previous four games. However, for Wednesday's game, Nick Solak is covering second base while Willie Calhoun is playing designated hitter. Odor is just 8-for-44 in September, but seven of those eight hits have been extra-base hits: five home runs and two doubles.

    From RotoBaller

    Trea Turner Sep 23 5:30pm ET

    Washington Nationals shortstop Trea Turner is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Luis Garcia is shifting over to cover shortstop while Josh Harrison is playing second base and batting second in the game. Turner has had a solid month of September, slashing .284/.347/.489 with three home runs, 15 RBI, 15 runs and nine stolen bases. Turner was originally part of the team's starting lineup for Wednesday's game but was later scratched for an undisclosed reason. Stay tuned to see if he's dealing with anything that could keep him out going forward.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Braun Sep 23 5:20pm ET

    Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun (back) is not in the lineup on Wednesday. Manager Craig Counsell stated that Braun would need a day off this week to rest his back. Dan Vogelbach is getting the start at designated hitter in the game with Jace Peterson in right field. Braun has been surprisingly productive in September, slashing .340/.373/.745 with five home runs and 16 RBI. He slashed just .170/.228/.358 with only two home runs in August. Expect to see him back in the lineup when the Brewers open up a five-game series with the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday.

    From RotoBaller

    Caleb Baragar Sep 23 5:10pm ET

    San Francisco Giants pitcher Caleb Baragar will be making his first start of the year on Wednesday against the Colorado Rockies. He will likely be serving as an opener in the game. Logan Webb was originally slated to make the start, but will likely serve as the team's primary pitcher in the game instead. Webb got off to a decent start this year, but has an 8.15 ERA in September. Having Webb enter a game later could be a good way to get him back on track. Baragar, meanwhile has a 4.58 ERA and 1.07 WHIP over 21 appearances this year.

    From RotoBaller

    Mike Clevinger Sep 23 5:00pm ET

    San Diego Padres starter Mike Clevinger was lifted after just one inning Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels. The 29-year-old was unexpectedly forced from the contest after a scoreless frame, raising speculation if the move is related to the biceps tightness that caused him to miss his last start. This is clearly a negative development for the playoff-bound Friars, with a healthy Clevinger a lock in the postseason rotation. More updates should come after the game.

    From RotoBaller

    Michael Conforto Sep 23 4:10pm ET

    New York Mets outfielder Michael Conforto (hamstring) is back in the starting lineup Wednesday versus Tampa Bay and right-hander Tyler Glasnow. Conforto has been out of the mix since Sunday, returning to the lineup in the No. 2 spot Wednesday. Having delivered a breakout campaign in 2020 which has put him on pace for new career highs with a .944 OPS and 160 OPS+, Conforto has played his way into Top 50 Draft potential ahead of the 21 year. Hell have a tough matchup Wednesday against Glasnow which may give DFS managers pause, but those in season-long formats can roster him with confidence.

    From RotoBaller

    Christian Vazquez Sep 23 3:50pm ET

    Boston Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez is not among the clubs starting nine for Wednesdays contest versus Baltimore, ceding way to Kevin Plawecki behind the dish. Vazquez has plated runs in four of his last six appearances, having compiled a 1.040 OPS in that span. After a breakout offensive performance in 2019, Vazquez has posted similar metrics this year, which bodes well for his fantasy stock heading into 2021. He remains one of the premier catchers in season-long formats, with his next chance to rejoin the lineup coming Thursday versus Orioles righty Alex Cobb, whom he is 9-for-12 against in his career.

    From RotoBaller

    Kris Bryant Sep 23 3:40pm ET

    Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant (oblique) is once again on the bench for Wednesdays contest versus Pittsburgh and right-hander Trevor Williams. Bryant sustained an oblique injury Monday, with David Bote taking over for him at the hot corner. Its been an offensive malaise at the dish this season for Bryant (.583 OPS), whose status remains up in the air for the final few regular season contests. His lack of production, combined with his health question marks, lends credence to the idea that fantasy managers should look elsewhere for production through Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    Fernando Tatis Jr. Sep 23 3:30pm ET

    San Diego Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. is not among the clubs starting nine for Wednesdays contest versus the Angels and right-hander Jaime Barria. For the first time in his career, Jake Cronenworth is batting in the No. 2 spot in the order, as he shifts over to short to step in for Tatis. Despite a breakout 2020 campaign, Tatis has scuffled as of late with a .472 OPS over his last seven games, last having homered Sept. 6. He is likely to return to the lineup Friday during a doubleheader against San Francisco.

    From RotoBaller

    Josh Bell Sep 23 3:30pm ET

    Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman/designated hitter Josh Bell is not starting Wednesday versus Chicago and right-hander Kyle Hendricks. Colin Moran shifts over to first base, with Jose Osuna holding down the DH spot. Bell is in a ferociously cold slump, having gone 0-for-19 over his last seven games with two walks and nine strikeouts. After an All-Star campaign in 2019, Bell has fallen off significantly this year, further muddling his fantasy outlook heading into 2021; fantasy managers can look elsewhere for production over the final days of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick Senzel Sep 23 3:20pm ET

    Cincinnati Reds outfielder Aristides Aquino is among the clubs starting nine for Wednesdays contest versus Milwaukee and right-hander Adrian Houser. Aquino, who has started lately primarily versus left-handed pitching, leapfrogs Nick Senzel for the starting spot Wednesday, with Brian Goodwin also hitting the bench. After an epic home run output in 2019, Aquino still offers tons of upside in DFS tournaments contests due to his power proclivity. The Reds outfield mix makes him a tougher player to roster over their final four games, though.

    From RotoBaller

    J.T. Realmuto Sep 23 3:20pm ET

    Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto has been shifted to first base for Wednesdays contest versus Washington and right-hander Erick Fedde, as he continues to work his way back from a hip ailment that could have derailed his season. After coming up lame during Tuesdays doubleheader while running out a hit attempt, the move to keep Realmuto from squatting behind the plate doesnt come as a surprise, although the start at first marks the first occasion of 2020. The preeminent DFS offensive catcher enters play Wednesday banged up, but he has hit .360 over his last seven games.

    From RotoBaller

  • MLB SCOREBOARD - Wed Sep 23FULL
    Top 7RHE
    LAA580
    SD250
    Top 2RHE
    PHI120
    WSH020
    Top 2RHE
    TEX111
    ARI010
    Top 2RHE
    CWS000
    CLE000
    Wed 6:37pm ET
    NYYTanaka R (3-2)
    TORRay L (2-5)
    Wed 6:40pm ET
    MILHouser R (1-5)
    CINBauer R (4-4)
    Wed 6:40pm ET
    HOUGreinke R (3-2)
    SEAMargevicius L (1-3)
    Wed 7:05pm ET
    CHCHendricks R (6-4)
    PITWilliams R (1-8)
    Wed 7:10pm ET
    MIASanchez R (3-2)
    ATLFried L (7-0)
    Wed 7:10pm ET
    TBGlasnow R (4-1)
    NYMWacha R (1-3)
    Wed 7:30pm ET
    BALKremer R (1-0)
    BOSEovaldi R (3-2)
    Wed 7:40pm ET
    DETMize R (0-2)
    MINMaeda R (5-1)
    Wed 8:05pm ET
    STLMartinez R (0-2)
    KCDuffy L (3-4)
    Wed 9:40pm ET
    OAKManaea L (4-3)
    LADUrias L (3-0)
    Wed 9:45pm ET
    COLCastellani R (1-3)
    SFWebb R (2-4)
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