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PUD 4/25: Ichiro Suzuki
PUD 4/25: Ichiro Suzuki
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/24: Michael Saunders
PUD 4/24: Michael Saunders
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Deep Pickups 4/23: Hitters
Deep Pickups 4/23: Hitters
A young AL third baseman and a veteran NL outfielder are featured as this week's recommended sleepers.
PUD 4/23: Tony Watson
PUD 4/23: Tony Watson
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/22: Johnny Giavotella
PUD 4/22: Johnny Giavotella
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Deep Pickups 4/21: Pitchers
Deep Pickups 4/21: Pitchers
"It's crazy that so few fantasy owners have taken him on." Who are we talking about? Read on.
PUD 4/21: Kevin Plawecki
PUD 4/21: Kevin Plawecki
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/20: Drew Smyly
PUD 4/20: Drew Smyly
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/19: Jimmy Paredes
PUD 4/19: Jimmy Paredes
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/18: Gerardo Parra
PUD 4/18: Gerardo Parra
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
PUD 4/17: Danny Salazar
PUD 4/17: Danny Salazar
A daily look at under-the-radar players who can have an immediate impact on your fantasy baseball team.
Deep Pickups 4/16: Hitters
Deep Pickups 4/16: Hitters
Two outfielders that featured in the World Series last year should be on the radar for deep-league owners.


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While the rest of the Twins were combining for eight runs, Kennys Vargas went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts Saturday against the Mariners.

The Twins would certainly prefer that Vargas start hitting, but they could really improve their outfield defense by sending Vargas to Triple-A and installing Oswaldo Arcia as their DH. It's something they'll have to weigh if Vargas doesn't figure it out over the next week or two.
Apr 26 - 12:58 AM

Austin Jackson went 2-for-5 and hit his second homer Saturday against the Twins.

Jackson was homerless in his first 65 games in Seattle before hitting two in the last six. We still harbor serious doubts that he'll prove to be a quality leadoff man for the Mariners this year, but at least things are looking up from last year's dreadful results.
Apr 26 - 12:56 AM

C.J. Wilson pitched 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball in the Angels' 4-1 victory over the Rangers on Saturday.

Unfortunately, Wilson needed one more out in order put himself in position for the victory; the Angels were down 1-0 when he left, but then scored three times in the bottom of the sixth. Wilson has pitched well in three of his four starts, albeit not against the toughest of competition. We want to see more strikeouts before we consider recommending him in mixed leagues.
Apr 26 - 12:50 AM

Making his first start since being called up Friday, Grant Green went 2-for-3 with two runs scored Saturday against the Rangers.

The Angels were pretty much grooming Green as an outfielder this spring, but he played second tonight. Even in Triple-A, he had played there just once this year. Second base is certainly where his bat plays best and probably the only position at which he has a chance of becoming a regular. The Angels, though, probably won't keep him up for long.
Apr 26 - 12:48 AM

Elvis Andrus finished 2-for-4 with a stolen base Saturday against the Angels.

Andrus has reached base in five straight, a major accomplishment for a Rangers hitter this year. Unfortunately, he's still batting just .208 overall. Worse, he's drawn one walk in 73 at-bats, an unusual problem for the light-hitting shortstop; if nothing else, he's usually managed a decent walk rate for a guy with so little power.
Apr 26 - 12:46 AM
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