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Colby Rasmus Headshot

Rasmus went 2-for-4 with a double and four RBI during Thursday's win over the Angels.

Rasmus is proving to be a nice addition to the Tampa Bay lineup since returning from a groin injury May 2, as he's now drove in 14 runs through 18 games. His fantasy ceiling is capped because of his struggles against southpaws, and the 30-year-old outfielder is notoriously streaky, but he can pile up counting stats in a hurry while locked in at the dish.
7:51 pm (EST)
Patric Hornqvist Headshot

Hornqvist (upper body) took line rushes Thursday, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.

This will be Hornqvist's first game since Game 1 of this series. In his 13 playoff games this season, the 30-year-old winger has scored four goals, added three assists, and fired 30 shots on net. Although he's a fourth-line player, he makes up for it from being on the top power-play line as well as adding a considerable physical presence.
7:47 pm (EST)
Alexandre Burrows Headshot

Burrows (lower body) will not draw into the lineup for Thursday's Game 7 against the Penguins.

Burrows will remain sidelined for a fourth consecutive contest and, if Ottawa can't pull out the win Thursday, his last game will have been Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Chris Kelly is slated to draw back into the lineup Thursday with Burrows still on the mend.
7:44 pm (EST)
Matt Andriese Headshot

Andriese (5-1) threw eight scoreless innings with six hits and two walks allowed while striking out five batters during Thursday's win over the Angels.

After his worst start of the season against the Yankees last time out, this was a spectacular bounce-back showing from Andriese. He's posted admirable fantasy numbers with a 3.24 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 8.0 K/9 to go along with his five wins. While the 27-year-old righty is clearly deserving of more virtual attention going forward, it is probably still wise to consider avoiding daunting matchups. His upcoming road start against Texas likely qualifies and will be a telling outing.
7:44 pm (EST)
Justin Schultz Headshot

Schultz (upper body) is on the ice for warmups prior to Game 7 on Thursday against Ottawa, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.

The 26-year-old blueliner hasn't played since Game 2 of this series against Ottawa, and he took line rushes Thursday, meaning he'll be in the lineup. Schultz has had a solid postseason, scoring two goals and adding six assists in 14 games. He's an important contributor due to his substantial power-play ice time, making him extremely valuable in daily leagues at this time of year.
7:42 pm (EST)
Jeanmar Gómez Headshot

Gomez (3-1) pitched a scoreless 11th inning with a walk and a strikeout during Thursday's win over Colorado.

Gomez last pitched May 4 and was then placed on the disabled list with an elbow injury May 9. After saving 37 games last season, he projects to pitch in high-leverage situations going forward, but he probably won't return to the closer role immediately. Gomez currently sports a 7.30 ERA and 1.70 WHIP through 12.1 innings.
7:37 pm (EST)
Logan Forsythe Headshot

Forsythe is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Cardinals.

Enrique Hernandez will take over at third base in place of Forsythe, who is 1-for-8 with five strikeouts since returning from a fractured toe. Still, Forsythe figures to be a staple in the Dodgers lineup now that he's healthy. Look for Forsythe to draw back in for Friday's series opener against the Cubs.
7:33 pm (EST)
Tommy Joseph Headshot

Joseph went 2-for-5 with a solo home run and two RBI during Thursday's extra-innings win over Colorado.

The first baseman hit an 11th-inning single to drive in the game-winning run, and he's now up to seven homers, 22 RBI and a .255/.316/.467 slash line for the campaign. Joseph has been extremely streaky since entering the league, as he entered Thursday's game in a 3-for-18 drought without an extra-base hit. However, with 28 homers through just 499 career plate appearances, there is no questioning his power upside.
7:29 pm (EST)
Justin Turner Headshot

Turner (hamstring) took grounders Thursday for the first time since landing on the disabled list, J.P. Hoonstra of the Southern California News Group reports.

This is a big milestone in Turner's recovery, but there are a few hurdles he'll need to clear before rejoining the Dodgers. Given the length of his absence, a rehab assignment could be in order for Turner as he makes his way back from a Grade 1 hamstring strain. The Dodgers will continue to use a platoon of Logan Forsythe, Enrique Hernandez, and Chris Taylor at third base while Turner is on the shelf.
7:28 pm (EST)
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