Fantasy notes to know on wednesday
-Christopher Morel is left ninth in the Cubes order.
Morel hits a homer. and ran twice, twice; Good. Over the past month. He had trouble outings, with 542 flapping and only two steals. I still hold the stock — he qualifies for three positions and offers a type of juice — but let’s just say it’s not the longest leash.
-Emilio Pagan works in the 10th inning, leading three laps. but quickly dissipated — one time and then walked. And then twice (Amed Rosario is hot in May) hey savages are saved for this mess. which shows you how stupid the statistics are. Dumb than a save, manager Rocco Baldelli may have been quirky with his character, but quarrelsome Pagan was nowhere near the ninth inning.
- Another Willson Contreras homer and three hits He laughed at the rest of the Fantasy Trap Pool. He was probably the biggest player that was likely to be sent during the trade deadline. Kids are quickly becoming a factor in sadness. The 2016 championship feels like it did 20 years ago.
Josh Bell hit three more times, two more hits. He hit .319 and his power returned in June. (Seven homers) slash .308/.390/.492 on all roster, and let’s not forget that he qualified both from first base and off the field. He is in a walking year. So the Nationals have a tough deadline decision. Of course, this team’s season is long dead.
- Atlanta’s record on Tuesday goes to A.J. Minter, while Wednesday goes to Will Smith. Leftists take over the world. Minter’s seasonal stats and the fact that he shut down before Smith means a lot to me. Maybe Minter just needs a Wednesday vacation. But sometimes managers start to feel savvy when they use multiple stops and everything works fine. There may be a fantasy utility for both while Kenley Jansen (irregular heartbeat) is unavailable.
- I liked Alex Verdugo last year, but unfortunately he had to trade five weeks ago. Not a proud moment, Verdugo had a homer and four RBIs in Wednesday’s win at Toronto, and he hit .333 in June with 17 runs, three homers, 20 RBIs Verdugo also. Offered positive defense in Fenway Park’s tough right-field; If you can think of a time when Andrew Benintendy is a good comp. That’s your reference point here.
- Everyone knows that Jon Berti is this month’s stolen base deity. But look at Randy. Arosarena and his 10 bags in June it is necessary Since he only hit .242 with a mild production record, J.T. Realmuto also relied on the float of the stolen base. He raked in seven bags in June, trying to compensate for the weak average .215.
The June few robbers didn’t get licked at all – Dylan Moore had seven purses. (but has an average of .176), while George At .152 (but with six bags and three homer), the juice category may help Mateo in deeper pools.