Matt Szczur went 1-for-1 with one home run (2), four RBI and one run during Friday’s 6-1 victory against the Braves.

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After rookie Aaron Blair went six strong innings, the game was tied heading into the eighth inning. Szczur pinch hit with the bases loaded and the floodgates opened up when he blasted a grand slam 367 feet into the stands. Szczur has only had 27 at-bats this season but has been very productive when given the opportunity. Szczur isn’t fantasy relevant, however. He will continue on that path unless an injury occurs and he begins to see regular at-bats.

Jon Lester allowed one run on seven hits while walking two and striking out 10 over seven innings during Friday’s 6-1 victory against the Braves.

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Lester was dominant over seven innings on Friday, tying his season-high with 10 strikeouts. Lester has been excellent for the Cubs this year. He’s started five games with the team and has registered five quality starts. Quality doesn’t seem to do it justice though, as four of his starts have gone for seven innings or more while only allowing one run in each start. Lester’s K:BB ratio is sitting at 33:7 in 34.1 innings on the year. Lester is an excellent fantasy option thanks to his strong strikeout rate and how good he’s been at shutting opposing lineups down thus far in 2016.

Ben Revere (oblique) went 0-for-2 with a walk in his second rehab game for Triple-A Syracuse Friday, April 29, while playing five innings in the outfield.

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Revere lasted just two at bats this season before going down with an oblique strain, but he's made good progress and could be back in early-May. Revere will need to make it through his rehab assignment healthy, but his return shouldn't be long after that.

Rays manager Kevin Cash was ejected from Friday's game against the Blue Jays for arguing with the home plate umpire.

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Starting pitcher Drew Smyly had gotten into a bit of a spat with the home plate umpire, and Kevin Cash came out to defend Smyly, leading to his ejection.

Alex Guerrero (knee) will play in games at extended spring training next week.

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Guerrero has repeatedly seen his return date pushed back during rehab from a bruised knee, and it's hard to count on him being back any time soon. Still, the recent progress opens the chance for a May return.

Mike Bolsinger (oblique) will play in extended spring training games next week.

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Bolsinger is recovering from the always-nagging oblique strain from Spring Training, but appears to be making some progress. Hopefully he can embark on a rehab assignment soon, and may return to the Dodgers' bullpen in May.

Josh Hamilton (knee) will begin his minor league rehab assignment with Double-A Frisco on Saturday.

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Hamilton will begin with five innings on Saturday, and build up from there. He will take a while to get back into playing shape, and isn't a factor in fantasy right now with an uncertain role in Texas.

Yu Darvish is scheduled to throw two-innings at Double-A Frisco on Sunday.

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Darvish will be capped at either 30 pitches or two frames in his first rehab start since undergoing Tommy John surgery. The Rangers will be very careful with Darvish, and this initial limit is indicative of that. He may not be back until the end of May, though Darvish should be a strikeout machine if his stuff is back.

Jason Motte (shoulder) threw a 25-pitch bullpen session on Friday.

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Motte had dealt with a shoulder issue since Spring Training, and has yet to make his 2016 debut. It's good to hear that his bullpen went well, but Motte could still be a month or so away from reaching the Cubs bullpen.

Indians are thinking of using Carlos Santana in right field.

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Santana has taken a tour around the diamond in recent years, beginning at catcher before moving to third base and first. The big man isn't going to be a good defender anywhere, but it can't hurt to expand his flexibility a bit around the field.