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Melky Cabrera has a right wrist sprain and will miss at least 3-4 days.

Cabrera suffered the wrist injury yesterday but it is good that he will not miss extended time. Cabrera had been enjoying a productive season, his OPS currently sits at .806, so hopefully this injury will not affect his performance throughout the remainder of the season. J.B. Shuck will likely gain at-bats in Cabrera's absence but there is little to no fantasy intrigue there.
15 minutes ago

Magic acquired guard Jodie Meeks from Detroit in exchange for a future conditional second round draft pick.

Meeks will serve as some depth to fill in for recently traded Victor Oladipo. While certainly no one will confuse Meeks with Oladipo, he will provide some scoring ability, especially from distance. He averaged 7.3 points per game last season and knocked down 1.3 threes per game with the Pistons.
19 minutes ago

Lorenzo Cain has a Grade-1 hamstring strain and is expected back when he's first eligible to come off the disabled list.

This is relatively good news regarding his status. Still, there has to be some questions regarding his fantasy value when he is ready to return. To date, he has attempted 10 steals but has only been successful six times. Considering the nature of the injury, it is reasonable to expect that he may run less upon his return and that he may lose even more efficiency when he does decide to steal.
24 minutes ago

Noah Syndergaard said the bone spur in his elbow feels great and it's not an issue.

Call me skeptical. Syndergaard certainly wouldn't come forward and say this injury is a big problem and that he was going to put the ball on a tee for opposing hitters. His two most recent starts also seem to belie his assertion, however, as he has surrendered eight earned runs and 15 hits in nine innings in that span. This is something to monitor moving forward, but it is hard to act in regards to his injury right now. He cannot be cut but his trade stock is also likely quite low at the moment.
47 minutes ago

Logan Forsythe went 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored against the Red Sox on Wednesday.

The Rays leadoff man continued his solid 2016, collecting two hits off of David Price on Wednesday. Forsythe has become one of the more underrated leadoff hitters in the game, as he’s slashing .300/.367/.495 on the year. Forsythe’s uncanny ability to get on base and shoot the gaps for numerous amounts of extra-base hits make him a quality fit in almost all fantasy leagues around.
56 minutes ago

Brandon Guyer went 2-for-4 with a double, home run (7), two RBI and one run scored against the Red Sox on Wednesday.

Guyer was activated off of the disabled list on Tuesday and returned to the lineup in a big way on Wednesday posting two extra-base hits including his seventh home run. Guyer got off to a great start to his season but was really scuffling at the beginning of June -- going 1-for-12 -- right before he injured his hamstring. Now that he’s back, expect him to platoon in the outfield like he was prior to his injury. The Rays also added Oswaldo Arcia since then, so there are now five guys vying for three spots when Kevin Kiermaier returns. Guyer isn’t reliable in many fantasy formats, if any at all.
58 minutes ago

Matt Moore threw seven shutout innings on three hits while walking two and striking out six against the Red Sox on Wednesday.

Moore looked like the pitcher who’s won a Cy Young award on Wednesday, not David Price. Moore was brilliant, as he only allowed five base runners over his seven scoreless frames. Moore has been extremely inconsistent this year but things seem to be improving. He’s posted a quality start in three of his last four outings, including three starts of two runs or less. He’s also showcasing a lot more swing and miss stuff than he was earlier in the year as he’s had 27 strikeouts over his last 26.2 innings. Moore had fallen out of fantasy relevancy only to enter himself back into the equation after this last handful of starts.
1 hour ago

Xander Bogaerts went 1-for-4 with three strikeouts against the Rays on Wednesday.

The Red Sox offense was completely neutralized on Wednesday, including Bogaerts who went down three times via the strikeout. Bogaerts leads all shortstops in hits, runs, batting average, on-base percentage and RBI thus far in 2016. He’s on pace for nearly 230 hits, 19 homers and 104 RBI. Bogaerts is one of the better shortstops in the league and that’s saying a lot seeing how the crop of young shortstops seems to sprout a new player each and everyday.
1 hour ago
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