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Mariners and C Mike Zunino avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $2.975 million contract.

Zunino broke out with an .840 OPS and 25 home runs in 124 games last season with Seattle. This was the first time through salary arbitration for the 26-year-old backstop, who earned $570,000 in 2017. He'll carry a good amount of fantasy upside into 2018 given the lack of high-level power at the catcher position.
Jan 11 - 3:07 PM

Trevor Story was pulled from Monday's game versus the Dodgers because of right elbow soreness.

Story initially injured the elbow on a throw to first base following a diving play in the first inning and he pulled himself from the game after feeling pain when he swung and missed at a pitch in the fourth. He said after the game that he was unsure as to the severity of the injury. More should hopefully be known after he undergoes tests Tuesday. His fantasy owners are holding their breath.
Sep 18 - 1:40 AM

Joc Pederson homered twice while going 3-for-4 with three RBI in an 8-2 win over the Rockies on Monday.

He also doubled. Pederson hit a leadoff homer against an awful Jon Gray in the first, and he homered again off of Harrison Musgrave to extend the Dodgers' lead to 8-0. The pair of blasts give the outfielder 23 homers on the season, and the three RBI give him 53 over his 137 games. Pederson is a flawed player, but the power is legit, and that makes him at least fantasy relevant in deeper formats.
Sep 18 - 1:19 AM

Tyler Glasnow whiffed six batters over six shutout innings in a win over the Rangers on Monday.

Glasnow scattered a pair of singles over six scoreless frames. He was in complete control of his electric arsenal, issuing just a pair of walks in the contest. He was also extremely efficient, throwing 49 of 86 pitches for strikes in this one. The 25-year-old right-hander owns a 1-4 record with a 4.06 ERA and 49/14 K/BB ratio in nine starts since being acquired from the Pirates on July 31. He’ll face the Blue Jays on the road in his next start on Saturday.
Sep 18 - 12:58 AM

Kris Bryant went 2-for-3 with a homer and walk in a victory over the Diamondbacks on Monday.

Bryant stays hot, and his solo homer off of Randall Delgado is the 12th of the season for the former MVP in 92 games. While he's hit for a high average, this is the first homer for Bryant since he came off the disabled list with his shoulder injury, and the first since July 20. Expect to see Bryant to continue to get stronger as the season finishes, and put a few more balls over the fence over these final two weeks.
Sep 18 - 12:40 AM

Kyle Hendricks went 8 2/3 innings while allowing just one run on three hits with eight strikeouts in a 5-1 win over the Diamondbacks on Monday.

Hendrick was sensational, allowing just two players to reach base before the ninth inning when he allowed a solo homer to A.J. Pollock and single to Paul Goldschmidt before exiting. After scuffling in the middle of August, the right-hander is pitching exceptionally well as of late, and his ERA has dropped from 4.11 on August 11 to the 3.58 mark it is on Monday. He should have another strong start on Sunday against the White Sox.
Sep 18 - 12:30 AM

Edwin Diaz pitched a scoreless inning to pick up his 56th save of the season on Monday against the Astros.

Diaz didn't strike anyone out, but it's tough to strike anyone out when you throw just five pitches -- four of them for strikes. Diaz is now just six saves away from tying Francisco Rodriguez's record of 62. There just aren't enough games left to project him to tie or beat the record, but considering how many close games the Mariners seem to play, it's not completely out of the realm of possibilities.
Sep 17 - 11:28 PM

Miles Mikolas earned his 16th win of the season on Monday night against the Braves.

Mikolas struck out six and yielded just one walk. The two runs he gave up came on a home run by Freddie Freeman in the bottom of the third. Mikolas, one of the best signings of the offseason, is 16-4 with a 3.01 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, and 132/29 K/BB ratio in 185 2/3 innings (30 starts) this year with St. Louis. He'll get the Giants at home next.
Sep 17 - 11:24 PM

Daniel Vogelbach hit a pinch-hit grand slam in the eighth inning to give the Mariners a 4-1 win over the Astros on Monday.

With the bases loaded, Vogelbach pinch-hit for Guillermo Heredia, and he blasted his fourth homer of the season to give the Mariners a 4-1 lead and ultimately the victory. It's back-to-back games with a homer for the burly first baseman, and his line improves to .222/.341/.417 in 72 at-bats. He should get more time as the season ends so that the Mariners have a better idea if he's a part of the long-term solution.
Sep 17 - 11:19 PM

Christian Yelich went 4-for-4 with a two-run homer and hit for the cycle in the Brewers' 8-0 shutout win over the Reds on Monday.

Yelich became the fifth player in major-league history to hit for the cycle twice in the same season -- he recorded his first cycle of the year in Cincinnati on August 29. Yelich swatted a two-run blast, his 31st of the year, off Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani in fifth inning. He also singled in the first, doubled in the third and completed the final leg of the cycle with a two-run triple in the sixth. The 26-year-old outfielder has morphed into a five-category fantasy superstar in his first season in Milwaukee. He's swatted 20 homers since the All-Star break and is a legitimate candidate for the National League MVP Award.
Sep 17 - 10:55 PM

Asdrubal Cabrera suffered a Grade 1 calf strain in Monday's loss to the Mets.

Cabrera will be evaluated further on Tuesday. A Grade 1 strain is the least severe, but any sort of calf strain this late in the year certainly has the potential to be a season-ender. Fantasy owners don't need to wait around on Cabrera.
Sep 17 - 10:43 PM

Mets manager Mickey Callaway said after Zack Wheeler's start Monday that the righty could be shut down for the season due to his workload.

Wheeler has thrown 187 1/3 innings this season between his 29 starts in the majors and one outing in the minors. It's only two innings more than his previous career high, but that came in 2014 and he completed just 87 1/3 frames from 2015-17 because of injuries. Wheeler hasn't shown any signs of wearing down, but it makes sense for the Mets to be careful with him following his breakout season. The righty is arbitration-eligible for a final time this winter.
Sep 17 - 10:38 PM




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