Freddie Freeman went 1-for-5 with the game-winning RBI single in the 10th inning against the Reds on Sunday.
Freeman drove in the only run scored in Sunday's contest which came in the bottom of the 10th inning, which was just his second hit over his last nine at-bats. There have been reports that Freeman is having issues with his vision again, but that has yet to have an impact on his production at the plate. Through 93 at-bats, Freeman is the owner of a .344 average with six homers and 17 RBI which makes him one of the best offensive players to own in the National League in the early going. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
In the three games since Freeman had his eyes checked and treated, he is 5-for-13 (.385) with one home run, three RBI and three runs scored. We wondered how much better he could get after being treated for abrasions on the whites of his eye when he was already batting .338 at the time, but now that he's sitting at .344 with six home runs and 17 RBI, it looks like we got our answer. For those questioning whether or not signing that big contract was going to cause him to sit back a little, you can rest easy now.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Update: Ryan Pressly left Saturday's game with a right shoulder strain.
After pitching an inning of relief on Saturday night, Ryan Pressly was forced to leave the game in the following inning due to a right shoulder strain. A beat writer from the Twins described Pressly as shaking his arm as he walked off the field. Specifics are not available regarding how serious the injury is but he may need an MRI to determine the severity of the injured shoulder. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Jorge Soler is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Sunday.
Jorge Soler has been out since June 1st with a sprained left ankle. He has only played in four games on rehab with Iowa with two hits in 13 at bats. It is being reported that he will be activated by the Cubs tomorrow. Soler was hitting .265 with four home runs and 19 RBI when he hit the disabled list but struck out 67 times in 49 games. Monitor the news but his return does seem imminent. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Michael Morse will be reinstated from the disabled list.
With the Marlins struggling to score runs after losing Giancarlo Stanton, they will activate Michael Morse on Sunday. However, across three levels of the minors in his rehab assignment, Morse only hit .263 in 12 games with one home run and four RBI in 38 total at bats. Just because the Marlins are activating him does not mean you have to in fantasy lineups. Analysis: Greg Jewett
Marlins optioned P Jarred Cosart to Triple-A New Orleans.
Jarred Cosart only lasted 1 2/3 innings in his start on Saturday giving up four hits, seven earned runs, three walks and struck out two to take the loss against the Cubs. With his ERA at 5.36 for the season and the Marlins needing a space to activate Mike Morse, Cosart was the odd man out and will report to Triple-A as a result. Analysis: Greg Jewett