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Mark Teixeira went 2-for-6 with two home runs, three RBI and two runs scored against the Indians on Wednesday.
Although Teixiera is certainly not the player he once was, he has been able to be a solid contributor in the power categories while staying somewhat healthy in 2014. He now sits with 17 home runs and 47 RBI through 249 at-bats as he remains on pace to get back to the 30 home run club for the first time in three seasons. That is, as long as he can stay off the trainer's table in the second half. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Wilson Ramos went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in the Nationals 2-1 win over the Cubs on Monday.
Ramos hit his third home run of the season on Monday to go with a .285 average, 13 runs and 21 RBI. Health has been Ramos’s biggest hindrance so far in his career as he has appeared in more than 100 games just once since he entered the league in 2010 but that has not stopped the production as he has hit 10+ home runs three times since 2011 and boasts a per 162 average of 22 home runs and 87 RBI which would make him one of the top offensive catchers in baseball. Ramos owners should keep their fingers crossed that this is the year he plays a full season as they will likely end up with one of the top catchers in fantasy. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba