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  • CHC Left Fielder #27
    Seiya Suzuki went 2-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in a 12-2 win over the Rockies on Tuesday.
    Suzuki got the scoring started in the first inning with a 115 mph nuke off of Kyle Freeland that traveled 414 feet and scored Nico Hoerner. He would also add a single late in the game to give him six hits in his first 22 at-bats. Suzuki is regularly hitting second for the Cubs and appears primed for a big season after battling injuries and a transition to a new country in his first two seasons.
  • MIA Right Fielder #14
    Bryan De La Cruz went 2-for-4 with a three-run double in a win over Atlanta on Saturday.
  • MIA First Baseman #9
    Josh Bell went 1-for-3 with a homer in a victory over Atlanta on Saturday.
  • ATL Starting Pitcher #51
    Chris Sale went seven innings and allowed five runs in a loss to the Marlins on Saturday.
  • MIA Starting Pitcher #23
    Max Meyer gave up one run over six innings with seven strikeouts to help the Marlins to a 5-1 win over Atlanta on Saturday.
  • CHC Starting Pitcher #35
    Justin Steele (hamstring) will throw a bullpen session in Seattle on Saturday.
    The 28-year-old southpaw continues to make progress in his recovery from a left hamstring strain. He’s going to eventually need a couple of rehab starts and isn’t expected to rejoin the Cubs’ rotation until the start of May, but it’s nice to hear that he’s at least trending in the right direction.
  • SD Shortstop #2
    Xander Bogaerts is absent from the Padres’ starting lineup for Saturday night’s showdown against the Dodgers.
    The 31-year-old infielder has been really scuffling at the plate this season, so hopefully a night off to clear his head will do him some good. He’s hitting just .219/.275/.297 with one homer, seven RBI and one stolen base through 16 games on the season. Tyler Wade will cover second base in his absence while Jackson Merrill will slide up to bat out of the leadoff spot against Gavin Stone and the Dodgers.
  • BOS Third Baseman #47
    Enmanuel Valdez was pulled from Saturday’s contest against the Angels due to an apparent injury.
    Angels’ first baseman Miguel Sano fell on Valdez while attempting to make a tag on him, then Valdez didn’t return to take the field so he must have suffered some sort of injury in the fracas. Expect Red Sox’ skipper Alex Cora to provide an update on his status after the game.
  • TOR Center Fielder #25
    Daulton Varsho went 1-for-4 with a grand slam against the Rockies to lead Toronto to a 5-3 victory on Saturday.
    Varsho went yard on back-to-back days against the Rockies, this time taking Dakota Hudson deep with the bases loaded in the first inning for a grand slam. The 27-year-old outfielder is warming up at the plate after coming into the series with just one extra-base hit through his first 13 games.
  • COL Right Fielder #9
    Brenton Doyle went 1-for-4 with a solo homer on Saturday against the Blue Jays.
    Doyle has gotten off to a hot start at the dish. He led off the third inning with a solo homer off Yariel Rodríguez to put the Rockies on the board. The 25-year-old outfielder is slashing .309/.345/.564 with three homers, ten runs scored, and seven RBI across 58 plate appearances. Though, it’s come with a 19/3 K/BB ratio and a .424 BABIP.
  • TOR Relief Pitcher #93
    Yimi García tossed a clean ninth inning with three strikeouts to earn the save against the Rockies on Saturday.
    After Chad Green had pitched the eighth inning against the middle of the Rockies lineup, García was summoned in the ninth to close it out with a two-run lead. He got all three batters to strike out swinging to end the game with his first save of the season. The 33-year-old right-hander doesn’t figure to remain in the saves mix very long with Erik Swanson and Jordan Romano nearing a return.