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  • MIN Shortstop #4
    Carlos Correa was removed from Monday night’s game against the Reds after aggravating the plantar fasciitis in his left foot.
    Correa admitted over the weekend that the issue has been bothering him for months now — which may be part of the reason for his overall struggles at the plate this season. He should be considered day-to-day for now, but it sounds like it’s a situation the Twins are going to have to monitor for the duration of the season.
  • MIL Center Fielder #15
    Tyrone Taylor is playing right field and batting ninth in Sunday’s game against the Marlins.
    Taylor missed the last three contests due to a lingering hamstring injury. On the season, the young outfielder is hitting .232/.369/.436 with nine home runs and nine stolen bases across 233 plate appearances. Blake Perkins will retreat to the bench on Sunday.
  • CWS Center Fielder #88
    Luis Robert Jr. left Sunday’s game due to right knee soreness.
    The fantasy superstar injured his knee while making a not-so-pretty slide into second base in Sunday’s game against the Red Sox. He will be evaluated further when the team returns to Chicago on Monday. Fantasy managers should consider him day-to-day for the time being.
  • CWS Center Fielder #88
    Luis Robert Jr. was replaced by Trayce Thompson in the second inning of Sunday’s contest against the Red Sox.
    Robert Jr. made a not-so-pretty slide into second base to pick up his 20th swipe of the season. He was looked over by training staff and didn’t return to the field in the bottom of the second inning. The team should update his status soon. Stay tuned.
  • TB Third Baseman #2
    Yandy Díaz left Sunday’s game with an apparent leg injury.
    Díaz appeared to tweak something in his legs while running out a single in the first inning of Sunday’s contest against the Blue Jays. After the team saw the injury was still bothering him in the second, he was taken out of the game. We should find out more about his condition soon.
  • CLE Catcher #23
    Bo Naylor (thumb) is not in the Guardians’ starting lineup for Sunday’s contest against the Orioles.
    The young backstop will miss his second game in a row after suffering a contusion on his right thumb. David Fry will handle catching duties on Sunday, and fantasy managers should consider Naylor day-to-day for now.
  • HOU Left Fielder #23
    Michael Brantley remains out of the Astros’ lineup for Sunday’s showdown against the Royals.
    The veteran outfielder will miss his fifth game in a row with general soreness. With how much time he missed earlier this season, the team will unlikely put him back in the lineup before he is ready.
  • OAK Left Fielder #5
    Tony Kemp (ankle) is not in the Athletics’ starting lineup for Sunday’s contest aginst the Tigers.
    Kemp sprained his right ankle during Friday’s game, and he will miss his second game in a row with the injury. Esteury Ruiz will patrol left field while batting leadoff in his place.
  • PIT Starting Pitcher #70
    Pirates recalled RHP Osvaldo Bido from Triple-A Indianapolis.
    The 27-year-old returns to the majors for the final week of the season. He posted a 6.36 ERA and 1.54 WHIP across 46 2/3 uninspiring innings with the big league club earlier this season. He will likely pitch in low-leverage situations while he remains with the team.
  • PIT Starting Pitcher #70
    Pirates placed RHP Bailey Falter on the 15-day-injured list with a left neck strain.
    Falter was destroyed by the Reds on Saturday, allowing eight runs on nine hits but came away with a no-decision after the Reds’ bullpen imploded in the game’s final frames. The injury effectively ends his season, and he’ll head into the winter with a 5.36 ERA, 1.41 WHIP, and 60/20 K/BB ratio over 80 2/3 innings.
  • ARI Second Baseman #4
    Ketel Marte was scratched from Sunday’s lineup due to an illness.
    Marte was expected to lead off on Sunday against the Yankees but wasn’t feeling 100 percent. Geraldo Perdomo will slide over from shortstop to second base, with Jordan Lawlar starting at shortstop. Fantasy managers should consider Marte day-to-day for now.