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  • ATL Relief Pitcher #58
    The move gives Reynaldo López and extra day of rest as he’ll take the ball on Friday instead against the Athletics in an extremely favorable matchup. Kerr was tagged for five runs over four innings his last time out against the Pirates back on May 24. There isn’t much streaming appeal here for fantasy managers, although he does miss plenty of bats.
  • ATL Right Fielder #13
    The procedure will be performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, who performed Acuña’s other ACL surgery on his right knee back in 2021. The 26-year-old fantasy superstar There won’t be an official timetable for his return until he undergoes surgery next week as ElAttrache will determine at that time whether he suffered any additional structural damage to his knee, which would keep him sidelined much longer. If it winds up being a straightforward ACL surgery, there’s enough reason for fantasy managers to optimistically project Acuña to be ready for the outset of the 2025 campaign.
  • TB Center Fielder #22
    Siri’s second home run was a game-tying blast off Athletics closer Mason Miller in the bottom of the ninth inning. The two-homer game gives him a total of just five on the season after hitting 25 in 101 games last year. Siri hit just .222 last season and is at .188 this year so he can’t be counted on for batting average. It’s possible that he could supply a decent amount of power over the course of the rest of the season, though.
  • NYM Relief Pitcher #52
    This move was reported last night and was much discussed after the social media firestorm that followed López being ejected from the game and throwing his glove into the stands. A video was posted where López was alleged to have said the Mets were the worst team in baseball, but the reliever clarified in the morning that what he actually said was that he was the worst teammate in baseball. Regardless, the Mets stated that López’s comments to the media had no influence on their decision to release him but that he was released because of his antics on the field and the fact that he expressed no regret about them. The 31-year-old is likely to get a shot with another team this year.
  • NYY Starting Pitcher #45
    Cole said he felt good after the session against minor-league hitters and the next steps are to recover and potentially start a rehab assignment soon, depending on how he bounces back from this outing. The initial hope was for Cole to return sometime in June, and that could remain a possibility if he is indeed able to begin a rehab assignment in the next week or so. Stay tuned.
  • NYM First Baseman #20
    Hey, that’s one piece of good news for the Mets. Alonso underwent a battery of additional testing and imaging, including a CT scan, X-rays and an MRI, which didn’t reveal any structural damage. The 29-year-old impending free agent may miss a couple of games as he deals with soreness, and some likely inflammation, but it appears he avoided any major injury here and should be back in New York’s lineup relatively soon. Even though he’s not producing at the level you expected when you drafted him, he’s too talented to leave out of your fantasy lineup once he returns.
  • CHC Left Fielder #27
    Pete Crow-Armstrong, who was just promoted from Triple-A, will start in center field with Cody Bellinger moving to designated hitter and Mike Tauchman to right field. It could simply be a routine day off for Suzuki. Still, it’s noteworthy that the Cubs called up Crow-Armstrong today while demoting an infielder, thereby adding another outfielder to an already full position group. Suzuki has struggled in May, slashing .209/.260/.269 in 16 games while dealing with an injury. However, he has struggled early in the season in years past and is striking out just 19 percent of the time in May, so he is continuing to make contact. It should only be a matter of time before he gets it going again.
  • TB Right Fielder #15
    The plan is for Lowe to play all weekend with Durham and, if all feels good, he could return to the Tampa Bay lineup on Tuesday against the Marlins. Lowe has now had three setbacks this season with his oblique, but the last imaging he had showed no major issues and both he and the Rays have expressed optimism that he will return next week.
  • KC Starting Pitcher #51
    It doesn’t seem like anything concerning for Singer long term, but he will miss today’s start against the Twins and may not pitch again until his next turn in the rotation. Daniel Lynch IV was called up from Triple-A Omaha to start in Singer’s place.
  • CHC Starting Pitcher
    The 22-year-old will go to Chicago to get checked out so the Cubs can better understand the extent of the injury. The seventh overall pick in the 2022 draft was promoted to Triple-A after four strong starts at Double-A to begin 2024. His first two Triple-A starts weren’t great, but he had been looking better of late, allowing four earned runs in 10 innings over his last two starts, striking out nine and walking two. If he’s out for an extended period, it could jeopardize a potential summer promotion to the big leagues.


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