Edwin Encarnacion regained his share of the AL lead in home runs with his 26th, a walk-off, three-run shot to beat the Brewers 7-4 on Wednesday. He finished the night 2-for-4 with three RBI, a run scored and a walk.
In addition to the late-game heroics and the recapturing of the league-lead in home runs, Encarnacion also extended his current hit-streak to 10 games. What more is there left to say about the season he has put together so far, other than to mention his .281/.370/.603 slash line, his MLB-leading 69 RBI and his 56 runs scored? He is obviously a must-own, must-start in all formats.ANALYST: Howard Bender
The Raiders could be interested in free agent wide receiver Randall Cobb.
Raiders' GM Reggie McKenzie drafted Cobb in his final year as the Packers' Director of Player Personnel. McKenzie apparently wants to reunite Cobb with his former mentor James Jones, who signed with the Raiders last offseason and was the team's most consistent receiver throughout the 2014 season. The question is, would the Raiders be able to convince Cobb to sign with them? They'll likely need to comfortably outbid the next highest bidder to earn rights to his services. If this scenario were to actually come to fruition, Derek Carr would get a nice boost in fantasy value. Analysis: Spencer Silva