Didi Gregorius went 3-for-4 with three doubles, one RBI and one run scored in thie Diamondbacks 6-2 win over the Twins on Monday.
Gregorius is on a heater right now, although it's too little too late. He's well behind Chris Owings and Aaron Hill on the D'Backs' depth chart, although he'll see some time in the lineup this week since Aaron Hill dislocated his finger Monday night. Analyst: Spencer Silva View Profile
A.J. Pollock went 3-for-5 with a double, one run scored and a stolen base in the Diamondbacks 6-2 win over the Twins on Monday.
Pollock has been a bright spot for what has otherwise been a blighted season for the D'Backs. He's slashing .310/.357/.522 with seven home runs and 13 steals in fewer than 300 PA. He'll be a sneaky target near the end of drafts next spring, although health is a legitimate concern. Analyst: Spencer Silva View Profile
Mark Trumbo went 1-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and a run scored in the Diamondbacks 6-2 win over the Twins on Monday.
The home run was Trumbo's 12th of the season (342 PA). For the season, he's slashing .239/.298/.410, which puts him on pace to dip below the .300 OBP mark for the second season in a row. Adam Eaton, who was shipped out in the deal for Trumbo this offseason, had a breakout year in Chicago and is much less expensive. It's a good thing GM Kevin Towers was sent packing. Analyst: Spencer Silva View Profile
Josh Collmenter allowed two runs on five hits while walking one and striking out five over 6.1 innings in the Diamondbacks 6-2 win over the Twins on Monday.
Monday was Collmenter's sixth straight quality start. Over that stretch he owns a 1.28 ERA in 42 innings, with a strikeout-walk ratio of 25-5. He'll make his final start of the season against the Cardinals this weekend. Analyst: Spencer Silva View Profile
Aaron Hill was removed from Monday night's game after dislocating the tip of his right pinky finger. He is day-to-day.
This comes after he did not play the past three games. His playing status is likely not going to favor keeping him in your lineup as the fantasy season winds down. Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson View Profile
Mark Trumbo went 2-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI in the Diamondbacks loss to the Rockies on Sunday.
Trumbo started the year on a home run binge, but then spent a great deal of time on the DL. He is now up to 11 home runs on the year and could be a prime bounce back candidate next year as he has extreme power potential. Analyst: Colby Conway View Profile
Wade Miley fell to 8-12 after allowing six runs on eight hits and four walks with four strikeouts over 4.1 innings in a loss to the Rockies on Sunday.
The southpaw typically struggles when he walks batters. He pitched well in his last start and didn't walk a batter, and today was the opposite. He has been up-and-down all year and owners should view him as a deeper league streaming option at best. Analyst: Colby Conway View Profile
Jake Lamb went 1-for-4 with a solo home run during the Diamondbacks' 5-1 loss to the Rockies on Saturday.
Lamb's been doing well since hitting a bit of a slump, and had a good night Saturday when he took the field instead of Aaron Hill. The combination of his hot hitting and Hill's ineffective bat should allow him to get some more starts down the stretch. Analyst: Ben Diamond View Profile