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  • Playoff Week 2
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  • Player Notes
    Xander Bogaerts Wed Oct 5 1:00am ET

    Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts did damage in Tuesday's 6-0 rain-shortened win over the Rays, going 1-for-3 with a grand slam. Bogaerts obliterated a fifth-inning offering into the rain and over the Green Monster for his 15th long ball of the season. The 30-year-old has had a solid overall season but has been disappointing in the power department, slashing .305/.376/.455 with 73 RBI and eight stolen bases. Bogaerts could be with a new team in 2023, but either way, he should serve as a high-floor fantasy option.

    From RotoBaller

    Emmanuel Clase Wed Oct 5 1:00am ET

    Cleveland Guardians closer Emmanuel Clase picked up his 42nd save of the season in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Royals. He came in to pitch the ninth inning up by three. He allowed a leadoff single, had runners on first and third after a fielder's choice error, and then allowed the unearned runner to score on a force-out at second before getting the final two outs on strikeouts. The 24-year-old has been a fantastic fantasy option this season and currently has the most saves in baseball to go with a 1.36 ERA and 9.54 K/9 rate. Clase should be considered one of baseball's most reliable high-end closers heading into 2023.

    From RotoBaller

    Edwin Diaz Wed Oct 5 12:50am ET

    New York Mets closer Edwin Diaz picked up his 32nd save of the season in Tuesday's Game One 4-2 win over the Nationals. Diaz entered the game in the eighth inning up by two with two outs and a runner on second. He got the third out of the inning on a strikeout and stayed on to pitch the ninth, delivering a 1-2-3 inning with no strikeouts. The 28-year-old has been one of fantasy's most reliable closers once again in 2022, converting all but three save opportunities with a 1.31 ERA and a 17.13 K/9 rate. He is currently tied for the seventh-most saves in baseball, but his strikeout potential is far and away greater than any other closer.

    From RotoBaller

    Aaron Judge Wed Oct 5 12:40am ET

    New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone said that outfielder Aaron Judge "earned a day off" for Wednesday's regular-season finale against the Rangers, per The Athletic's Chris Kirschner. Judge certainly had an eventful Tuesday, playing the entirety of Game One's 5-4 win and playing in a portion of Game Two's 3-2 loss, hitting his history-making 62nd home run before being removed. The 30-year-old will finish as one of fantasy's best hitters, slashing .311/.425/.686 with 131 RBI and 16 stolen bases. Fantasy managers will get to enjoy watching him play in the playoffs, and he will be in the conversation for 2023's first overall pick.

    From RotoBaller

    Victor Robles Wed Oct 5 12:30am ET

    Washington Nationals outfielder Victor Robles (calf) exited Tuesday's Game One 4-2 loss to the Mets early with a right calf strain, per Washington Post's Jesse Dougherty. Robles went 1-for-2 with a double and a strikeout before exiting. The 25-year-old was once a higher-end fantasy prospect but put together another disappointing season, slashing .224/.273/.311 with six home runs, 33 RBI, and 15 stolen bases in 407 plate appearances. Fantasy managers should not count on Robles playing in Wednesday's regular-season finale.

    From RotoBaller

    CJ Abrams Wed Oct 5 12:30am ET

    Washington Nationals shortstop CJ Abrams (shoulder) exited Tuesday's Game Two 8-0 loss to the Mets early with pain in his left (non-throwing) shoulder after diving for a ground ball. He received an MRI after exiting, per Washington Post's Jesse Dougherty. The 22-year-old rookie went 0-for-1 with a strikeout. Abrams came into the season as a higher-end fantasy prospect. He hasn't been great but has shown some promising signs with the Padres and Nationals, slashing .246/.280/.324 with two home runs, 21 RBI, and seven stolen bases in 302 plate appearances. Speed is his calling card, so Abrams will need to work on his 1.7% walk rate and .280 on-base percentage in 2023 to be considered a viable fantasy option.

    From RotoBaller

    Jeremy Pena Wed Oct 5 12:20am ET

    Houston Astros shortstop Jeremy Pena (knee) exited Tuesday's 10-0 win over the Phillies early after fouling a ball off his knee. X-rays were negative, but he will not play in Wednesday's regular-season finale, per MLB.com's Brian McTaggart. The 25-year-old went 2-for-4 with a single, a two-run home run, and a strikeout before exiting. Pena had a solid overall rookie season both for the Astros and from a fantasy perspective, slashing .253/.289/.426 with 22 HR, 63 RBI, and 11 stolen bases in 558 plate appearances. Fantasy managers should get to see some more of him throughout the playoffs.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Helsley Wed Oct 5 12:10am ET

    St. Louis Cardinals closer Ryan Helsley (finger) jammed his right middle finger in the eighth inning of Tuesday's 8-7 extra-inning win over the Pirates, exiting after getting one out. However, manager Oli Marmol said after the game that he "should be fine", suggesting that Helsley should be available for Friday's NL Wild Card Game 1. This is good news, as Helsley has been a huge asset for the Cardinals and fantasy managers this season, converting 19 of 23 saves with a 1.25 ERA and a 13.08 K/9 rate. His overpowering stuff should make him a higher-end fantasy closer next season as long as he maintains a defined role.

    From RotoBaller

    Jeremy Pena Tue Oct 4 11:53pm ET

    Houston Astros SS Jeremy Pena (knee) fouled a ball off his knee against the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday, Oct. 4. X-rays on his knee came back negative, and Pena is expected to play when the Astros begin postseason play next week.

    Victor Robles Tue Oct 4 11:53pm ET

    Washington Nationals OF Victor Robles (calf) was diagnosed with a right calf strain after he was removed from the game against the New York Mets on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

    Ryan Helsley Tue Oct 4 11:33pm ET

    Updating a previous report, St. Louis Cardinals RHP Ryan Helsley (finger) is expected to be fine after jamming his right middle finger against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday, Oct. 4, according to manager Oliver Marmol. The manager implied during his postgame comments that he was not overly concerned about the injury and that it was 'not worth (Helsley) trying to pitch through.'

    Ryan Helsley Tue Oct 4 11:23pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals RHP Ryan Helsley (finger) was diagnosed with a jammed right middle finger after trying to field a comebacker against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday, Oct. 4.

    Colin Poche Tue Oct 4 11:03pm ET

    Tampa Bay Rays LHP Colin Poche (oblique) was diagnosed with a right oblique strain Tuesday, Oct. 4, and will not play again this season.

    Noah Davis Tue Oct 4 10:03pm ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Chad Kuhl (triceps) was placed on the 15-day injured list on Tuesday, Oct. 4 (retroactive to Saturday, Oct. 1) due to a right triceps strain. In a corresponding move, RHP Noah Davis was recalled from the taxi squad.

    Chad Kuhl Tue Oct 4 10:03pm ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Chad Kuhl (triceps) was placed on the 15-day injured list on Tuesday, Oct. 4 (retroactive to Saturday, Oct. 1) due to a right triceps strain. In a corresponding move, RHP Noah Davis was recalled from the taxi squad.

    Cole Waites Tue Oct 4 10:03pm ET

    San Francisco Giants LHP Carlos Rodon (undisclosed) was placed on the 15-day injured list on Tuesday, Oct. 4, because of an undisclosed injury. In a corresponding move, RHP Cole Waites was recalled from the minors.

    Carlos Rodon Tue Oct 4 10:03pm ET

    San Francisco Giants LHP Carlos Rodon (undisclosed) was placed on the 15-day injured list on Tuesday, Oct. 4, because of an undisclosed injury. In a corresponding move, RHP Cole Waites was recalled from the minors.

    Jose Miranda Tue Oct 4 10:00pm ET

    Minnesota Twins rookie corner infielder Jose Miranda (mouth) is being listed as day-to-day after being hit by a pitch in Tuesday's game against the Chicago White Sox. Miranda was forced from the game early, but it looks like he's avoided a serious injury. However, with just one game remaining in the Twins season, it's possible that the 24-year-old has played in the final game of his first MLB campaign in 2022. Miranda only had the one plate appearance before departing the contest. He entered Tuesday's game with a .268/.324/.426 slash line with 15 home runs, 66 RBI, 45 runs scored and a stolen base in 482 plate appearances over 123 games for the Twins, and Miranda figures to be a big part of Minnesota's future moving forward.

    From RotoBaller

    Ryan Helsley Tue Oct 4 9:50pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals closer Ryan Helsley (hand) left his appearance on Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates alongside trainer Chris Conroy and appeared to be focusing on his right hand after fielding a ball in play. Helsley threw one pitch after, shook his head, and left the field. The Cardinals will surely be releasing more information on his condition after the game or early Wednesday morning, but it's not what you want to see in the penultimate game of the regular season just before the playoffs begin this weekend. The 28-year-old retired the only hitter he faced in the eighth inning on Tuesday, but hopefully the injury isn't serious enough to sideline him for the wild-card series that starts on Friday. If Helsley's injury keeps him off the playoff roster, Giovanny Gallegos would likely become the primary ninth-inning option.

    From RotoBaller

    Jose Miranda Tue Oct 4 9:23pm ET

    Minnesota Twins INF Jose Miranda (lip/mouth) left the Tuesday, Oct. 4 game early due to a lip and mouth contusion after being hit by a pitch that bounced off his hand and into his face. He's considered day-to-day.

  • MLB SCOREBOARD - Tue Oct 4FULL
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    TEX480
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    CLE581
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    STL8111
    PIT7152
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    CIN362
    FinalRHE
    ATL280
    MIA140
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    BALBaumann R (1-3)
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    BOS650
    FinalRHE
    ARI010
    MIL381
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    WSH090
    NYM8120
    FinalRHE
    NYY251
    TEX360
    FinalRHE
    MIN331
    CWS881
    FinalRHE
    PHI030
    HOU10170
    FinalRHE
    DET680
    SEA9121
    Final/10RHE
    LAA170
    OAK262
    FinalRHE
    SF241
    SD6141
    FinalRHE
    COL590
    LAD251
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