Trayce Thompson went 2-for-5 with a home run and four RBI against the Rays on Tuesday.
Thompson hit a two-run homer off Rays starter Matt Moore in the second inning before notching a two-run single in the fifth. After an offseason trade to the Dodgers, Thompson has appeared in 23 games with his new club this season. And he's enjoyed a level of success, batting .278/.316/.463 with two home runs and nine RBI.
Yasiel Puig went 2-for-5 with a three-run home run and two runs scored in Tuesday's win over the Rays.
Puig entered the game in a 1-for-20 slump and wasn't on his way to a terribly memorable night before blasting the three-run shot in the ninth. He's now got three homers and 12 RBI through 26 games. Even with his relative struggles, Puig remains near the top of the Dodgers' lineup and shouldn't lose the faith of fantasy owners after a few rough weeks.
Welington Castillo launched a two-run homer in Tuesday's loss to the Marlins.
His blast off of Justin Nicolino in the sixth inning put the D'Backs up 4-1 at the time, but the Marlins then exploded for six runs over their final three innings. Castillo also had a single in the game and is now sporting a .293/.344/.585 batting line with seven home runs.
Matt Wisler permitted just one hit over eight shutout innings in Tuesday's 3-0 victory over the Mets.
Wisler didn't exactly dominate Tuesday. He struck out only four and walked two and was the beneficiary of a handful of line drives right at fielders. However, it's obviously hard to argue with the results. The young right-hander picked up his first victory of the season while lowering his ERA to 3.24 and WHIP to 0.90. Wisler will try to keep it going next week versus the Phillies.
Matt Moore allowed seven runs on eight hits over 4 1/3 innings in a loss to the Dodgers on Tuesday.
Moore served up a couple homers along with walking three batters on the night. The start was his worst of 2016, leaving him with a 4.95 ERA and 1.21 WHIP through six starts on the year. What's more, he's now lost three straight starts. He'll look to get back in the win column Monday at the Mariners.
Scott Kazmir struck out nine while allowing four runs over 6 2/3 innings of work in Tuesday's win over the Rays.
Kazmir was dominant at times but also allowed two home runs among his seven hits allowed. He's had those types of games this year -- he's allowed two or more homers in three of his six starts -- but he was good enough Tuesday to also take home his second win. The southpaw stands at 2-2 with a 5.68 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 30/8 K/BB ratio over 31 2/3 innings to date. He'll square off with the Mets on Monday.
Arodys Vizcaino nailed down his third save of the season with a perfect ninth inning in Tuesday's win over the Mets.
On to protect a three-run lead, Vizcaino got a strikeout of Curtis Granderson and then a groundout and flyout to end it. Vizcaino has received just four save chances and blown one of them, but he's also allowed just one earned run over 10 1/3 innings.
Matt Harvey was charged with three runs over 5 2/3 frames in Tuesday's loss to the Braves.
Harvey failed to hold down the Braves' weak offense, surrendering eight hits -- including Mallex Smith's first major league homer -- while walking two and striking out just four. The right-hander still hasn't gone more than six innings this season, and only two of his six starts have been of the "quality" variety. He also has a disappointing 25/11 K/BB ratio over 34 innings. Harvey will at least get the Padres in San Diego this weekend as he tries to get on track.