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Pickup of the Day: 5/26
Pickup of the Day: 5/26
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Pickup of the Day: 5/25
Pickup of the Day: 5/25
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
MLB Live Chat
MLB Live Chat
Matthew Pouliot hosts a live chat for Season Pass subscribers Thursday at 2 p.m. EDT.
Pickup of the Day: 5/24
Pickup of the Day: 5/24
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
The Fringes: Obi Juan
The Fringes: Obi Juan
Brad Johnson covers the latest news from the fantasy Fringes, including a 19-year-old phenom's arrival.
Pickup of the Day: 5/23
Pickup of the Day: 5/23
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Pickup of the Day: 5/22
Pickup of the Day: 5/22
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
By The Numbers
By The Numbers
Fred Zinkie looks at statistics to guide handling players like Bryce Harper and Walker Buehler.
Pickup of the Day: 5/21
Pickup of the Day: 5/21
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Impact Report
Impact Report
Seth Trachtman looks at this week's FAAB pickups, including Brewers starter Freddy Peralta.
Pickup of the Day: 5/20
Pickup of the Day: 5/20
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Pickup of the Day: 5/19
Pickup of the Day: 5/19
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Pickup of the Day: 5/18
Pickup of the Day: 5/18
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
MLB Live Chat
MLB Live Chat
Matthew Pouliot hosts a live chat for MLB Season Pass subscribers Thursday at 2 p.m. EDT.
Pickup of the Day: 5/17
Pickup of the Day: 5/17
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Prospect Positional: OF
Prospect Positional: OF
Christopher Crawford breaks down his top outfield prospects and how they can help your fantasy team.
The Fringes: Lyles 2.0
The Fringes: Lyles 2.0
Brad Johnson covers the best players around the fringes of fantasy league relevance.
Pickup of the Day: 5/16
Pickup of the Day: 5/16
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Pickup of the Day: 5/15
Pickup of the Day: 5/15
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
By The Numbers
By The Numbers
Fred Zinkie looks at statistics to guide handling players like Eduardo Escobar and Dallas Keuchel.


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Mike Trout went 5-for-5 with a two-run home run, three doubles, four total RBI and three runs scored in Saturday's 11-4 win over the Yankees.

Just a monster all-around game for Trout, who stepped up to collect a career-best five hits in what was an impressive win by the road squad. He got his night started with an RBI double off Sonny Gray in the first inning, later knocking out Gray via a two-run home run in the fourth inning and cleaning up with one more RBI two-bagger in a four-run sixth inning. The All-Star outfielder has now homered in three consecutive games. Through his first 179 at-bats this season, Trout is slashing .313/.461/.687 with 17 home runs, 34 RBI, 45 runs scored and 12 steals. Simply remarkable work to date from the perennial MVP candidate, who's still somehow finding ways to top himself.
May 26 - 11:16 PM

Jose Briceno went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and two runs scored in Saturday's win over the Yankees.

Briceno had never taken a major league at-bat prior to Saturday's contest. Not only did he pick up his first MLB hit in the win, he also got to check off the box for his first career home run. That came off Chasen Shreve in the seventh inning, a two-run shot which extended the Angels' lead to 11-4. They went on to win by that final score. While this was quite the memorable debut performance, Briceno is only up due to the absence of Rene Rivera, who is currently out recovering from knee surgery. There's no fantasy intrigue, here.
May 26 - 11:14 PM

Austin Romine went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in Saturday's loss to the Angels.

Romine mashed a two-run home run off Jaime Barria in the second inning to extend the Yankees' lead to 4-1, but the Angels would outscore the Yanks 10-0 the rest of the way in what devolved into something of a cringe-worthy pitching performance (for most involved) as the game progressed. The veteran backstop has been more than serviceable when asked to spell Gary Sanchez behind the plate this season, hitting a spicy .353/.421/.608 with three home runs and 15 RBI in 18 games played. We're only talking 51 at-bats, here, but there's not much more you can ask of from your backup catcher than what Romine's provided this season. He's now homered in three of his last four games and has collected eight RBI in that space.
May 26 - 11:06 PM

Hunter Renfroe (elbow) was hitting .242/.286/.455 through eight rehab games at Triple-A El Paso.

He's approaching full health, but the pedestrian line and the promotion of minor league slugger Franmil Reyes has given the Padres pause about activating Renfroe too soon. "Health is a big part of it, making sure he feels good enough day in, day out," said Padres manager Andy Green. "Then you also want to find him in a rhythm as well. You want to bring somebody back here that's in a rhythm and swinging the bat well." The Padres have the benefit of a wealth of outfield options even without Renfroe, so he'll need to hit to earn his place in the lineup, and seemingly in the majors altogether. For now, they seem content to letting him keep making rehab starts.
May 26 - 10:59 PM

Aaron Judge went 2-for-2 with a solo home run, a stolen base and two walks in Saturday's loss to the Angels.

After Brett Gardner went yard to lead off the bottom of the first inning, Judge followed suit with a solo homer of his own to give the Bombers back-to-back taters. Alas for the home team, Sonny Gray was unable to hold onto the lead once the Yankees gave him a few runs to work with. For the campaign as a whole, Judge is batting.287/.420/.580 with 14 home runs and 39 RBI in 49 games. He's homered in three of his last five games to snap out of a little cold streak.
May 26 - 10:57 PM
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