Josh Rutledge Headshot

Josh Rutledge elected free agency after being outrighted to Triple-A.

Added 11/04/16 11:53 am (EST)   Source
Rutledge feels that he has options at the Major League level and is probably right, so rather than being sent to Triple-A, he'll look to join on with another club. He's a solid bench player that could provide depth elsewhere.
Michael Fulmer Headshot

Fulmer (5-4) allowed three runs on nine hits and one walk while striking out four to take the loss Saturday against the White Sox.

Added 5:22 pm (EST)
Fulmer pitched an eight-inning complete game, but with no offensive support, he suffered his fourth loss of the season. With a 2.65 ERA, he's proven that his solid 2016 performance wasn't a mirage, and he's an elite fantasy option. He'll make his next start Friday against the White Sox.
Tyler Danish Headshot

Danish (1-0) pitched five shutout innings on three hits and six walks while striking out six to earn the win Saturday against the Tigers.

Added 5:17 pm (EST)
Danish was added as the 26th man to the White Sox roster for Saturday's doubleheader, and despite walking six batters, he kept the Tigers off the board, leading the White Sox to a divisional win. Since he's likely to be sent back to the minors after this game, his next start has yet to be determined.
Yonder Alonso Headshot

Alonso (wrist) was not available off the bench Saturday and his status heading into Sunday's series finale is uncertain, Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Added 5:15 pm (EST)
There was hope that Alonso, who is working his way back from a wrist contusion, would be available if necessary Saturday, but manager Bob Melvin told reporters after the game that the veteran first baseman was unable to give it a go. With that, it appears that Ryon Healy is the likeliest candidate to start at first base Sunday. There is an outside chance that Alonso will be able to get back into the lineup, but further confirmation won't be available until early Sunday.
Shin-Soo Choo Headshot

Choo went 1-for-4 with a solo homer Saturday against the Blue Jays.

Added 5:12 pm (EST)
Choo smashed his fifth homer of the season to lead off the game in a losing effort. With a .255/.364/.396 slash line, he's a low-upside fantasy option.
José Bautista Headshot

Bautista went 1-for-4 with a three-run homer Saturday against the Rangers.

Added 5:08 pm (EST)
Bautista launched his ninth homer of the campaign off Yu Darvish to provide the only runs the Blue Jays would score in a home victory. After a horrible start to the season, he's hit seven homers over his last 14 games to raise his slugging percentage to .433, helping give fantasy owners confidence to keep using him in their lineups.
Roberto Osuna Headshot

Osuna pitched a perfect inning while striking out one to record his ninth save Saturday against the Rangers.

Added 5:07 pm (EST)
Osuna had no trouble protecting to nail down a two-run lead, as he notched his second save in less than 24 hours. After struggling through April, he's lowered his ERA from 5.63 to 2.89 with a strong May, and fantasy owners can view him as an excellent option at closer.
Marco Estrada Headshot

Estrada (4-2) allowed one run on four hits and one walk while striking out eight across six innings to earn the win Saturday against the Rangers.

Added 5:07 pm (EST)
Estrada gave up a solo homer to lead off the game before completely shutting down the Rangers bats the rest of the way. He's held opponents to two or fewer earned runs in seven of his last nine starts, and his 3.15 ERA makes him a strong fantasy option. He'll make his next start Friday against the Yankees.
Yu Darvish Headshot

Darvish (5-3) allowed three runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four across six innings to take the loss Saturday against the Blue Jays.

Added 5:05 pm (EST)
Darvish made one costly mistake, which resulted in a three-run homer to Jose Bautista, leading to his third loss of the campaign. He remains an excellent fantasy option with a 2.97 ERA while fanning more than a batter per inning. He'll make his next start Friday against the Astros.
Matt Holliday Headshot

Holliday went 1-for-3 with a two run homer Saturday against the Athletics.

Added 4:45 pm (EST)
Holliday cranked out his ninth homer of the year to break a 1-1 tie, leading the Yankees to a home victory. Although the bomb was just his second extra-base hit over his last seven contests, he's still a strong fantasy option, as evidenced by his .269/.365/.503 slash line.
Justin Turner Headshot

Manager Dave Roberts said Turner (hamstring) will need a short rehab assignment, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.

Added 4:42 pm (EST)
While no date has been set for his rehab assignment or his return to the big club, the Dodgers are hopeful he'll be able to rejoin the team before the end of next week's road trip, which ends June 4 against the Brewers. A clearer timetable should become available once his rehab game is scheduled.
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