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Jabari Blash socked his seventh homer of the spring in Monday’s 12-2 victory over the Mariners.

Wil Myers, Ryan Schimpf, and Luis Sardinas also went deep for San Diego. Only Bryce Harper (eight) has hit more home runs than Blash this spring. Greg Bird of the Yankees and Peter O’Brien, who was sent down by the Royals on Monday, have also hit seven. With Alex Dickerson (back) sidelined, Blash should see at least part-time at-bats in left field to begin the season.
Mar 27 - 8:56 PM

Wil Myers stayed hot on Monday by slugging a two-run homer against the Mariners.

It was his third homer of the spring. While the Padres could be the worst team in the majors this year, Myers appears primed for another big season. He's hitting .385/.492/.692 with three homers and three steals over 20 games during Cactus League action. He’s aiming for a 40-40 season, but fantasy owners would be thrilled with anything close to that.
Mar 27 - 8:55 PM

Carter Capps (elbow) struggled in his Cactus League debut Monday against the Mariners, retiring just one batter while giving up one run on two hits and two walks.

Capps threw just 10 out of his 23 pitches for strikes. He walked in a run before being pulled from the game. Capps has the potential to be an impact late-inning arm for San Diego this season, but he might need some more seasoning as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery.
Mar 27 - 8:54 PM

Yovani Gallardo was hit hard for seven runs in 4 1/3 innings Monday against the Padres.

Gallardo allowed nine hits, with three of them leaving the yard. His spring ERA now sits at 9.24, but the Mariners acquired him over the winter with the idea of plugging him in their rotation. That’s not going to change now, but fortunately most fantasy owners have more appealing alternatives to choose from.
Mar 27 - 8:50 PM

Delino DeShields went 2-for-2 with two walks, a stolen base, and a run scored in Monday’s 6-5 win over the Rockies.

DeShields is now up 12 steals on the spring to go along with .302 batting average and a .448 on-base percentage. The 24-year-old is coming off a disappointing 2016 where he spent time in the minors and batted just .209/.275/.313 over 74 games in the majors, but there’s opportunity in left field. He could be a sneaky speed option in deeper fantasy leagues.
Mar 27 - 8:17 PM

Greg Holland allowed two runs on three hits in one inning of work Monday against the Rangers.

While Holland struck out two in the frame, he allowed a single, a double, and a triple and also let in a run on a wild pitch which occurred on a third strike. He needed 27 pitches to get through the frame. The plan calls for Holland to pitch again on Tuesday, which would mark the first time this spring that he has appeared in back-to-back games. He’s looking like the favorite to begin the year as the closer, so obviously it’s a big test for him.
Mar 27 - 8:16 PM

Kyle Freeland yielded four runs over 4 2/3 innings in Monday’s start against the Rangers.

Freeland had allowed one earned run or fewer in each of his last four appearances, so this was a notable step back for him. The 23-year-old gave up seven hits (including a homer to Mike Napoli) while walking three. He still appears to be in decent shape to begin the year with a rotation spot, but this wasn’t the best timing for a shaky outing. There should be more clarity on the rotation in the next couple of days.
Mar 27 - 8:15 PM

Mike Napoli went 2-for-2 with a solo homer, a double, a walk, and two runs scored Monday against the Rockies.

Napoli has slugged three homers during Cactus League action with a .325/.378/.625 batting line. The 35-year-old faded down the stretch last year, but still ended up establishing new career-highs with 34 home runs and 101 RBI. There’s batting average risk here, but he’ll play half of his games in a great hitting environment during his third stint with Texas.
Mar 27 - 8:15 PM
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