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Jason Heyward went 3-for-4 with one RBI and two stolen bases against the Mets on Tuesday.
Heyward has certainly been hit or miss this season, owning a .247 average with eight home runs and 33 RBI, but has recently been moved down in the batting order which will hopefully improve his fantasy production. He does hold the five tool skills to make for a great fantasy asset if he is ever able to put it all together, which is worth the investment regardless if he ever reaches his full potential. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Rajai Davis is coming out of the game after limping to first on single.
Anthony Gose has been platooning with Rajai Davis in center field, and Gose will likely have that job to himself if Davis misses any time. Gose stole his third base of the season Friday, and that will likely be his primary fantasy contribution going forward. Gose is widely available in shallow leagues and probably should be added if Davis goes on the DL; just know his batting average will hurt you. Analysis: Steve Pimental