The big men have been a major reason for OKC's success thus far. Owners should monitor Adams to see if he is able to return.
Tulo stole second base and then came out after the inning. Given his history, this could be anything from minor soreness to a 14 week long rehab process. Owners should monitor the severity going forward.
Good news for HanRam owners. He is expected to be day to day and owners should monitor him for tomorrow's contest against the Rockies.
No word on the severity of his injury. He has been a solid performer this season, with dual eligibility at first base and OF in most leagues. Do keep an eye on his test results before slotting him into your lineups on Wednesday.
If he has been dropped in your leagues, and you need an infielder, he is a solid option. He could slip into a regular utility role once he returns to action, especially with Lucas Duda heading to the DL.
He should be back by the end of May, coming off a serious hamstring injury. Not that I want to make a waiver claim, but in NL-only leagues, he has some value once he returns with his K rate and peripherals.
That only makes sense. Keep him to a limited pitch count as he comes back, but he should be effective even if he only pitches into the sixth inning. Do not sell low if you have kept the faith and still own him.
He is a top talent on a strong team. Sure he is struggling now, but this is the perfect time to make a low-ball offer on him to the owner in your league that is weary of his limited production to date.
That seems to be an obvious conclusion. He needs to have an intervention soon if not immediately, as he has tremendous talent but not the head to control his impulses.