Justin Upton went 2-for-4 with a homer, a walk and two runs scored in the Tigers' 7-3 defeat of the White Sox on Sunday.
Upton has led the way for the Tigers thus far, hitting .290/.402/.565 with five homers. He'd have more than 15 RBI if he weren't hitting behind Victor Martinez.
Bronson Arroyo allowed four earned runs over four-plus innings Sunday in a no-decision versus the Cardinals.
Arroyo gave up the first run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the first. In the fifth, he loaded the bases with no outs and Matt Carpenter smacked a three-run double. Arroyo now holds a 7.20 ERA on the season and might not be long for the Reds' starting rotation, though it's not like they have a ton of better options.
Jordan Zimmermann picked up his third win after allowing three runs in five innings Sunday against the White Sox.
Zimmermann loves that run support; the Tigers have totaled 42 runs in his five outings this season. That explains why he's 3-1 with the benefit of just one quality start.
Miguel Gonzalez was pounded for seven runs -- six earned -- and 14 hits in six innings by the Tigers on Sunday.
Gonzalez was due for a clunker after gems against the Yankees and Royals. He's the first pitcher this season to give up 14 hits in a start. Alfredo Simon and Cole Hamels were the only two to do so last year.
Dallas Keuchel tossed 7 2/3 innings of one-run ball as the Astros rolled to a 7-2 victory on Sunday.
Keuchel gave up just three hits and two walks while striking out nine in yet another dominant performance. He was working on a shutout until Ryon Healy hit a soft RBI single to center field in the top of the eighth. Keuchel moved to 5-0 with the win and boasts a 1.21 ERA, 0.81 WHIP, and 36/11 K/BB ratio through 44 2/3 innings (six starts) this season. A road start against the Angels is next for the 2015 AL Cy Young Award winner.
John Hicks went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored as the Tigers' first baseman Sunday.
Miguel Cabrera is going to have to familiarize himself with Wally Pipp; Hicks is batting .423/.444/.654 with seven RBI in seven games since being called up.
Tyler Saladino went 0-for-5 with two strikeouts as the White Sox's leadoff hitter Sunday.
Saladino still has a .345 OBP in his 13 games leading off, so the White Sox could do worse there. Saladino, though, has yet to make any sort of impact for fantasy purposes. He's hitting just .221, and he's been thrown out on three of his five steal attempts. He might be a month away from being pushed back into a utility role by Yoan Moncada.
Marwin Gonzalez slugged his fifth home run of the season Sunday versus the Athletics.
It was a three-run shot in the bottom of the eighth that put the game out of reach for Oakland. Gonzalez has hit well over the last week, but the 28-year-old does not currently have an everyday role and can go on being ignored in standard fantasy leagues.