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Crisp has managed to stay relatively healthy this season, which comes as a surprise given his injury history. There is no indication as the seriousness of the injury so be sure to check back, however, he was scratched from the lineup today as a result.
This would be selling very low and doesn't make much sense considering what the Diamondbacks gave up to acquire Miller in the offseason, the biggest piece of which was prized prospect Dansby Swanson. Either way, this is a situation worth monitoring as we approach the deadline.
It's interesting the Cleveland is choosing to shore up its bullpen rather than its lineup, however, with the dominance of the pitching staff, this could be a lights out team. They also have the prospects to deal the Yankees including outfielders Clint Frazier and Bradley Zimmer.
Zimmerman last played on July 6th and given the length of his injury and veteran status he should not be too rusty for his return. He is hitting just .221 on the season, though he has managed 12 home runs.
This is horrible news and nothing anyone ever wants to see for an athlete. Barrett last pitched in 2015 and now it has to be in question if he will be able to continue his career.
Rodon has not pitched since the 5th of July and has slowly been working his way back from the DL. This is the next step in his progress and is a good sign, however, there is no clear indication of when he will return to the rotation.
It is unclear why he was scratched from the lineup so be sure to check back for more information. His scratch from the lineup results in Yonder Alonso being added to the lineup. He will play at first base and bat eighth in the order.
Ranaudo has pitched out of the bullpen twice this season and was a disaster each time. This move has no fantasy relevance.
Stubbs has not played since May 22nd, so his rehab assignment is likely to be of some length. His main source of fantasy value was his steals, as he was 7-for-7 on the basepaths at the time of the injury.
Skaggs has not pitched since 2014 after battling several injuries, however, he has looked good in his rehab starts leading up to his season debut. He may be worth a stash in deeper leagues, but his health and even his performance are far from certain.