Dominant Red Zone Receivers

Dominant Red Zone Receivers
Raymond Summerlin examines the most efficient red zone pass catchers from 2016 and discusses the 2017 outlook for some of the big names.
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Indians activated OF Brandon Guyer from the 10-day disabled list.

Guyer, out since mid-May with a left wrist sprain, went 4-for-20 (.267) with a homer and four hit-by-pitches over six rehab games with Triple-A Columbus. The 31-year-old was batting just .182/.237/.291 over 60 plate appearances prior to hitting the DL.
Jun 26 - 3:13 PM

Indians activated OF Michael Brantley from the 10-day disabled list.

Brantley was able to return from his right ankle sprain as soon as he was eligible. The 30-year-old returns to a .296/.360/.432 batting line with five homers and seven steals through 54 games this season.
Jun 26 - 3:10 PM

Bryan Morris has elected to become a free agent.

Morris cleared waivers after being designated for assignment on Friday. The 30-year-old has struggled with a 6.43 ERA and 15/11 K/BB ratio over 21 innings this season and will attempt to latch on elsewhere.
Jun 26 - 2:46 PM

Nationals prospect Victor Robles went 2-for-5 with a triple on Sunday for High-A Potomac.

The triple is the sixth of the season for Robles. With his ability to put the ball into the gaps and his plus-plus speed, it's no surprise that Robles ranks among the league leaders in the category. There's more power coming, but even if Robles ends up being only a 12 to 15 homer player, he's going to have a high slugging percentage because of that speed. Robles continues to look like the real deal.
Jun 26 - 2:42 PM

Cubs prospect Dylan Cease didn't allow a run in his four innings of work for Low-A South Bend on Sunday.

Cease didn't allow a hit in those four innings, and he walked just two while striking out five. The Cubs are takings things very slowly with Cease, but he's missing bats at an elite level (65 strikeouts in 42 1/3 innings) and throwing enough strikes to make his stuff relevant. There's still a very good chance he ends up pitching in relief, but there's at least a chance he ends up a starter, and a very good one at that.
Jun 26 - 2:35 PM

Phillies prospect Scott Kingery went 3-for-4 on Sunday for Double-A Reading.

This was Kingery's final game in Double-A, and it was a nice way to end his time there. He'll likely miss the friendly confines of Reading and the Eastern League, but he's certainly talented enough to believe he'll handle Triple-A well. If things go as well in the International League, he could earn a call-up before the end of the year. Either way, he's one of the best second base prospects in baseball.
Jun 26 - 2:28 PM

Yankees prospect Jorge Mateo went 1-for-3 with two walks on Sunday for High-A Tampa.

Mateo also scored two runs, and he was able to steal three bases without being caught as well, which gives him 28 on the year. As ugly as some of the numbers are (.240 average, .288 on-base percentage), it's still tough to ignore Mateo as a fantasy prospect because of that elite speed. These games have been too few in 2017, however, and his stock has fallen as much as any fantasy prospect in baseball. Bummer.
Jun 26 - 2:21 PM

Twins prospect Fernando Romero hurled seven shutout innings on Sunday for Double-A Chattanooga.

Romero allowed only three hits on the day, and he also struck out six while walking three. His ERA for the year now sits at 2.97, and he continues to show a double-plus fastball with competent secondary offerings. If either the change or slider can become an above-average pitch, Romero has a chance to be a third starter or better. Even if they're just average, he can start and miss a lot of bats with his fastball.
Jun 26 - 2:16 PM
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