After getting off to an extremely fast start to his 2016 campaign, Duffey has scuffold over his previous two starts. He’s allowed 11 earned runs during that span and hasn’t looked sharp at all. The most alarming stat on Duffey’s resume is the .272 batting average against. Duffey is allowing far too many base runners to be a valuable fantasy commodity.
It was an absolute moonshot over the center field fence (407 ft) with a bat flip and all. He finished his rehab assignment 3-for-6 with two singles, a home run, and three RBI. Expect him back as the starting DH in the Yankees lineup tomorrow as they take on the Blue Jays in the series finale.
The injury looked pretty brutal, but luckily he came away from it with just a "mild" ankle sprain. Expect him to take a couple of days off, getting reevaluated likely tomorrow to make sure his swelling reduced. If all goes as expected, he shouldn't be out for long.
If you can pinpoint the best offensive player on this 12-34 Twins team, Nunez has been just that. He didn’t start the season as an everyday player but was hitting too much to keep him out of the lineup. After his three hit day on Wednesday, Nunez is host to an impressive slash line of .314/.347/.482. He’s also swiped eight bags so he’s doing a little bit of everything. Nunez is a must own player right now due to his successful start partnered with his versatility and ability to start at multiple positions.
Dozier, like most of the Twins’ hitters, has struggled mightily this season. His one hit -- a homer -- raised his average to .200. A year after being named to the all-star team, Dozier seems like an entirely different player. Dozier hasn’t been worth virtually anything in fantasy this season.