UPDATES & NEWS
Dillon Gee tossed seven scoreless innings and allowed just three hits with no walks and three strikeouts against the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
After surrendering 11 runs over his first three outings, Gee posted his best performance of the season in Wednesday's game on his way to earning his first win of the season. Although his three strikeouts were his lowest of his four outings, fantasy owners have to be pleased with the fact that he allowed only three baserunners. He will look to build off this great start against the Cardinals on Tuesday.ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Shin-Soo Choo is working through some major offensive struggles.
Choo's slash line of .096/.254/.173 is the stuff of which fantasy nightmares are made. His strikeout and walk rates are the same as they've alwys been, but his biggest problem right now is that he's swinging at and making contact with far too many pitches outside the strike zone. When he's up there hacking away, the contact that he is making is terrible. It's produced a 54.1-percent ground ball rate and a .111 BABIP. He needs to get out of his head and fix his batter's eye and once he does, the hits will start to come and everything should fall back into place for him. It's slow-going for sure right now, but he is not a player you really want to give up on just yet. Analysis: Howard Bender
Brandon Phillips posted his first extra-base hit of the season Monday,
If you're still riding the Brandon Phillips train, it is time to abandon. DatBPDude just isn't the player he was in his 20's with four straight seasons of decline in OPS. He failed to reach 18 homers last season with only eight, and ended his eight year streak of double-digit home streak. It is time to say good-bye to Mr. Phillips is he is still on your roster and hope for better days. Analysis: Rob Trayah