Hamilton can run, but he still can’t hit. Power hitters Cruz/Trumbo are struggling – why? Gallo has been sent to the minors and Gyorko has been recalled.
Young arms like Boyd, May, Syndergaard, Walker & Wisler are discussed. Ray also touches on an often injury prone vet of the Dodgers who is healthy and rolling.
No more Mr. Nice Guy. Ray Flowers is tired of being your floor mat. He’s gonna put his boot on your throat and crush you in the Friday contest with Fantasy Aces.
Buxton and Rendon have bene sent to the DL, Zobrist is hitting and the Astros have called up their slugging first baseman to create a log jam for playing time.
Ray discusses about three Cardinals in the news – Heyward, Martinez and Wacha. He also tries to figure out what is going on with Buchholz before delving into injuries and discussing guys like Harper and Pedroia.
Sale makes history, but it's names like McCullers, Heston, Hendricks, De La Rosa and Bolsinger that also get a lot of love in Ray's Daily Trends piece for Tuesday.
Pitching and even more pitching is the name of the game today. What shall you do with names like Estrada, Karns, Leake, Verlander and Warren? Oh, and Mr. Scherzer is mentioned.
Ray talks Rays’ bullpen, Mr. Wisler and about a foursome of injured vets that are potentially big time fantasy producers (Beltre, Braun, Gomez and VMart).
Nelson Cruz is slumping. Drew Hutchison is maddening. Dickerson is on the DL. Chavez us rolling. What about batted ball rates? They’re in here too.
Ray talks Sano and Santana of the Twins, Iglesias of the Tigers, and two stars of the game when a lefty is on the hill, even though they don't have big names.
Two more prospects are called up – Schwarber and Santana – what’s wrong with Desmond and can Pujols keep this up? Some of the topics Ray is covering today.
Buxton and Lindor have been promoted to the big leagues. What does Ray think both will offer to fantasy owners this season.
Ray talks the struggles of Altuve & Greene, the ascension of CarGo & Carter, gives some bullpen thoughts and speaks about the #1 prospect in baseball who is finally hitting.
Pitchers are the focus of Ray’s article today from surging arms like Tanaka, Rodon and Haren to struggling options like Gibson, DeSclafani & Shoemaker.
Streaking players are the top of the day. A pitcher with a no-no. Two hitters with hitting streaks of at least 13 games and another who just lost an 18 gamer of his own highlight this Daily Trends piece.