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  • Tyler Flowers homers against Indians
    Tyler Flowers finally hit his second homer in the loss to the Indians on Thursday.

    Advice: Flowers' average would have ended the night at .198 if not for Gordon Beckham's two-out double in the ninth. Flowers followed it up with a pretty meaningless two-run homer, pushing his average up to .207. Fortunately for him, Geovany Soto is having some issues defensively and hasn't made much of a case to take over as the starter. Flowers, though, has been quite a liability thus far.
    Yesterday, 8:16 pm
  • David DeJesus homers, doubles in win
    David DeJesus had a solo homer and an RBI double versus the A's on Thursday.

    Advice: The Rays would have practically given DeJesus away two months ago, but he's been one of their best players, hitting .324 with four homers and 18 RBI in 102 at-bats. He'll have to stay in the lineup against righties after John Jaso returns.
    Yesterday, 7:40 pm
  • Coco Crisp gets bad news about neck injury
    Coco Crisp said via Snapchat on Thursday that he got "disheartening news" about his neck injury, but would not elaborate.

    Advice: The oft-injured outfielder underwent an MRI on Thursday and is scheduled to meet with a doctor in Dallas on Friday. The Athletics should provide an update on his status then, but a trip to the disabled list certainly appears to be in order.
    Yesterday, 7:04 pm
  • David Freese homers, knocks in three
    David Freese had a two-run homer and an RBI double against the Blue Jays on Thursday.

    Advice: Freese had been 0-for-6 against R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball in his career, but he got a hold of a couple tonight. He's hit three homers in six games, and he's up to eight for the season. Less impressive are his .233 average and 37/9 K/BB ratio in 150 at-bats.
    Yesterday, 6:46 pm
  • Jose Reyes goes 1-for-4 in first rehab game
    Jose Reyes (rib) went 1-for-4 in his first minor league rehab game with Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday.

    Advice: His lone hit was a single off of Tigers right-hander Bruce Rondon who is on a rehab assignment of his own at Triple-A Toledo. Reyes played six innings defensively at shortstop without any issues, and assisted on a pair of double plays. He's expected to remain with Buffalo through the weekend before potentially rejoining the Blue Jays on Monday.
    Yesterday, 5:19 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Utley has two hits Thursday vs. Rockies
    Chase Utley went 2-for-4 with a run scored against the Rockies on Thursday.

    Advice: Utley had a triple and a single. He's now 9-for-20 (.450) with five extra-base hits over his last six games, pulling his batting average up from .118 to .169 in the process. He dug a pretty big hole for himself with his incredible slump at the start of the season, but he's coming around.
    Yesterday, 3:36 pm
  • Santana (back) returns to Indians' lineup
    Carlos Santana (back) is in the Indians' starting lineup Thursday against the White Sox.

    Advice: Santana missed the previous four games due to back spasms. The 29-year-old is batting .220/.365/.341 with four home runs and 20 RBI in 35 games this season.
    Yesterday, 2:20 pm
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Crisp (neck) to see doctor Friday
    Coco Crisp (neck) will get an MRI on Thursday and is scheduled to see a doctor in Dallas on Friday.

    Advice: It was originally reported that he would see a specialist on Thursday, but there was a scheduling conflict. Crisp left Tuesday's game with a neck issue that is similar to the problem he dealt with in 2014. It's possible he'll need another stint on the DL.
    Yesterday, 2:15 pm
  • Victorino (calf) scratched from lineup Thu.
    Shane Victorino was scratched from Thursday's lineup against the Rangers due to general soreness which Red Sox manager John Farrell says is "centralized somewhat" in his left calf.

    Advice: Farrell is hopeful that the injury is a day-to-day situation. Daniel Nava will fill in and start in right field Thursday against the Rangers.
    Yesterday, 1:38 pm
  • Johnson (hand) on track to return next Thu.
    Chris Johnson (hand) is on track to be activated from the disabled list next Thursday against the Dodgers.

    Advice: It was previously believed that he could be activated next Monday, but the Braves want him to play some rehab games first. The 30-year-old has been sidelined for three weeks with a fracture and bone bruises in his left hand.
    Yesterday, 1:30 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:35 pm vs Mil
  • Heyward goes 0-for-3 in shutout loss vs NYM
    Jason Heyward went 0-for-3 with a strikeout in Thursday's loss to the Mets.

    Advice: Heyward's one strikeout was actually on the nice side of things, as all five of his teammates hitting above him whiffed at least twice. The 0-for-3 continued a disappointing season for Heyward in his new home, as the outfielder is hitting just .245/.300/.388 with four homers, 12 RBI and 23 runs scored. We hope for an upswing as the season rolls along, though we've tempered our expectations.
    Yesterday, 12:59 pm
  • Stanton notches RBI single in loss to ARI
    Giancarlo Stanton went 1-for-3 with an RBI single in Thursday's loss to the Diamondbacks.

    Advice: Stanton got in on the party early, hitting an RBI single off of Archie Bradley in the first inning, but it would be his only hit of the game. The RBI was his 39th of the season. Stanton's additional numbers include 12 homers, 25 runs scored and a .239/.324/.523 slash.
    Yesterday, 12:27 pm
  • Victorino scratched from Sox lineup Thursday
    Shane Victorino has been scratched from the Red Sox lineup for Thursday's game against the Rangers.

    Advice: It's just a night off. Daniel Nava will get the start in right field versus Rangers lefty Wandy Rodriguez.
    Yesterday, 12:21 pm
  • Morneau (head) won't be activated on Friday
    Rockies manager Walt Weiss said Thursday that Justin Morneau will not be activated from the 7-day concussion disabled list Friday when first eligible.

    Advice: Morneau was placed on the 7-day DL on May 16 after suffering a cervical strain (and some concussion symptoms) on a diving play. Weiss told reporters that the veteran first baseman needs "at least a few more days." Morneau has a littered history with concussions, so the Rockies will play it safe.
    Yesterday, 10:33 am
    7-Day DL
    5:10 pm vs SF
  • Crawford not in Giants' lineup on Thursday
    Brandon Crawford is not in the Giants' starting lineup on Thursday afternoon against the Dodgers.

    Advice: He'll take a seat with the Dodgers throwing ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw. Joaquin Arias is at shortstop.
    Yesterday, 10:30 am
  • Iglesias not in Tigers' lineup on Thursday
    Jose Iglesias is not in the Tigers' lineup Thursday.

    Advice: It's just a day of rest for Iglesias, who has battled some groin issues. Andrew Romine is at shortstop as the Tigers kick off a four-game set with the Astros.
    Yesterday, 6:50 am
  • Posey goes off for 2B, HR, 3 hits vs. Dodgers
    Buster Posey went 3-for-4 with a double, homer, two RBI and two runs scored in Wednesday's 4-0 triumph versus the rival Dodgers.

    Advice: Posey entered the night as a strong play in daily leagues against the left-hander Brett Anderson, and he paid off for those investing handsomely. Interestingly, the homer came against right-hander Yimi Garcia, not Anderson. Posey, on an eight-game hitting streak, is slashing .308/.379/.476.
    Wednesday, 10:15 pm
  • Crawford collects 3 hits, has 9 RBI in last 5
    Brandon Crawford finished 3-for-4 with an RBI in Wednesday's 4-0 win against the Dodgers.

    Advice: Crawford has nine RBI over his past five games, though note that six came in one. Any way you slice it, it's been a sizzling start to what is starting to look like the early making of a breakout year. Crawford is slashing .298/.387/.511 and is on pace for 24 homers and 104 RBI.
    Wednesday, 10:11 pm
  • Heyward homers to help Cards trample Mets
    Jason Heyward had two hits and a walk in five trips to the plate, including a solo home run as the Cardinals routed the Mets on Wednesday.

    Advice: Heyward swatted a solo home run to right-center in the fourth inning, helping to start a six-run outburst. The 25-year-old outfielder has a meager .250/.306/.396 triple-slash line with four home runs and 12 RBI on the year. The Cardinals are hoping the summer months heat up his bat.
    Wednesday, 7:42 pm
  • Santana (back) expected to return Thursday
    Carlos Santana (back) is expected to return Thursday.

    Advice: Santana will miss his fourth straight game Wednesday with back spasms, but there has been significant progress. Santana, 29, is batting .220/.365/.341 with four home runs and 20 RBI in 35 games this season for the Tribe.
    Wednesday, 3:39 pm
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Crisp to visit a neck specialist on Thursday
    Coco Crisp will visit a neck specialist in the Dallas area on Thursday morning.

    Advice: Crisp was pulled from Tuesday's game against the Astros with a neck injury and did not play Wednesday. It's similar to the neck problem that bothered him in 2014. The veteran outfielder could be headed to the disabled list.
    Wednesday, 2:48 pm
  • Utley back in three-hole on Wednesday night
    Chase Utley is back in the three-hole Wednesday.

    Advice: Utley had five hits (four doubles) in his 12 at-bats batting sixth for the Phillies. Hopefully that'll serve as a jumpstart for the veteran second baseman, who's still slashing just .148/.230/.262 overall in 2015.
    Wednesday, 1:59 pm
  • Reyes (rib) expected to rejoin Jays on Monday
    Jose Reyes (rib) is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Monday.

    Advice: Reyes will begin a minor league rehab assignment Thursday with Triple-A Buffalo and remain there through the weekend. The veteran shortstop has been on the disabled list since April 27 because of a cracked rib. Reyes was batting just .250/.266/.300 in 16 games before the injury, but he's capable of getting it going in a hurry.
    Wednesday, 1:22 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Coco Crisp (neck) sitting out Wednesday
    Coco Crisp (neck) is not in the Athletics' lineup Wednesday.

    Advice: Crisp exited Tuesday's game with a neck issue that manager Bob Melvin admitted was similar to the nagging neck ailment the outfielder battled last season. He's considered day-to-day. Craig Gentry is in left field Wednesday.
    Wednesday, 8:17 am
  • Posey drives in a run and walks as Giants win
    Buster Posey went 1-for-3 with a walk and an RBI single in Tuesday's win over the Dodgers.

    Advice: Posey broke a scoreless tie in the third inning with an RBI single to left-center off of Carlos Frias. As the Dodgers were shut out, it turned out to be the deciding hit. The catcher is now on a seven-game hitting streak and has hit safely in 14 of 16 games so far this month. Posey is batting .295/.369/.439 with six home runs and 19 RBI on the year.
    Tuesday, 10:23 pm
  • Crisp's neck injury similar to last year's
    Athletics manager Bob Melvin said that the neck injury Coco Crisp suffered Tuesday is similar to the one he dealt with last season.

    Advice: Well, that's not encouraging. Crisp never was placed on the disabled list last season, but he was limited to just 126 games in 2014 while battling the neck ailment off and on. Melvin said that the outfielder is considered day-to-day. Crisp is off to a 2-for-45 start at the plate this season.
    Tuesday, 8:48 pm
  • Reyes (rib) beginning rehab assignment Thurs.
    Jose Reyes (rib) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Buffalo on Thursday.

    Advice: It's not clear how many games he'll need, but the shortstop seems likely to be ready for activation early next week. Reyes has acknowledged that he could have to play through some discomfort for the remainder of the season as a result of his broken rib.
    Tuesday, 7:18 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Stanton's homer not enough as Marlins lose
    Giancarlo Stanton homered again, finishing 1-for-4, but it wasn't enough for the Marlins in Tuesday's loss to the Diamondbacks.

    Advice: Stanton crushed a two-run home run off of Jeremy Hellickson in the sixth inning, locking the game up at two apiece. But it would prove to be the Marlins' only offense. They are now 0-2 to begin the Dan Jennings era. Stanton, at least, is a bright spot with his 12 home runs, 38 RBI, and .243/.324/.541 batting line.
    Tuesday, 7:09 pm
  • Coco Crisp leaves game with neck tightness
    Coco Crisp left Tuesday's game against the Astros with neck tightness.

    Advice: It's unclear how serious the ailment might be, but with Crisp's history of neck issues there has to be some concern. The A's should have an update on his status after Tuesday's game concludes.
    Tuesday, 6:33 pm
  • Carlos Santana (back) 'a couple of days' away
    Carlos Santana (back) said Tuesday that while he feels better, it could be "a couple of days" before he returns to the lineup.

    Advice: Santana is out of the lineup for the third straight day Tuesday because of back spasms. It sounds like he might not be back in there until the weekend series against the Reds.
    Tuesday, 4:20 pm
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Chris Johnson (hand) could be activated Mon.
    Chris Johnson (hand) could be activated next Monday.

    Advice: Johnson was recently cleared for baseball activities after being shut down for three weeks with a fracture and bone bruises in his left hand. Alberto Callaspo and Pedro Ciriaco have been filling in at the hot corner. Johnson was batting .279/.347/.372 with zero homers and five RBI in 16 games before the injury.
    Tuesday, 1:29 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:35 pm vs Mil
  • Santana (back) not in Indians' lineup Tuesday
    Carlos Santana (back) is not in the Indians' starting lineup on Tuesday night against the White Sox.

    Advice: Santana did not play Sunday and was scratched from the lineup Monday due to back spasms. Consider him day-to-day for now. Brandon Moss is at first base and Nick Swisher is at DH on Tuesday versus Chicago.
    Tuesday, 1:11 pm
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Reyes says rib issue could linger all year
    Jose Reyes admitted Tuesday that his rib injury will "probably" linger all season.

    Advice: Reyes has been on the disabled list since April 27 because of a cracked rib and while the rest has likely helped, it doesn't sound like he expects to be 100 percent. The veteran shortstop is set to take batting practice Tuesday, after which the Blue Jays will make a decision on a possible minor league rehab assignment.
    Tuesday, 1:02 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Heyward not in Tuesday's lineup
    Jason Heyward is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Mets.

    Advice: He'll take a seat against southpaw Jon Niese. Peter Bourjos will start in center field and bat leadoff while Randal Grichuk will start in right field and bat second.
    Tuesday, 12:38 pm
  • DeJesus starting in left field Thursday
    David DeJesus will start in left field Tuesday against the Braves.

    Advice: The Rays don't have the luxury of the DH under National League rules, so DeJesus will play the field. He's batting sixth against right-hander Mike Foltynewicz.
    Tuesday, 12:28 pm
  • Freese serving as DH Wednesday
    David Freese will serve as the designated hitter Tuesday against the Blue Jays.

    Advice: Freese gets a bit of a rest this way while Taylor Featherson will start at third base. Matt Joyce is starting in left field while Chris Iannetta behind the plate after a big game on Monday. Kole Calhoun remains in the cleanup spot.
    Tuesday, 12:03 pm
  • Crisp hitless in four at-bats,has .045 AVG
    Coco Crisp went 0-for-4 with a walk in Monday's win against the Astros, lowering his batting average to .045.

    Advice: Crisp debuted on May 6 after undergoing elbow surgery in April. He's 2-for-44 with two singles and six walks. His struggles are reaching the two-week mark which may force the A's to move him more regularly towards the bottom of the lineup until he can right his ship.
    Monday, 8:51 pm
  • Carlos Santana scratched with back spasms
    Carlos Santana was scratched from Monday's lineup with back spasms.

    Advice: Santana didn't play Sunday, either, as he revealed that the issue began to crop up on Saturday. Consider him day-to-day. Brandon Moss, who had been scheduled for a day off, is covering first base in Santana's absence.
    Monday, 2:27 pm
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Reyes (rib) may begin rehab games this week
    Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Jose Reyes (rib) could begin a rehab assignment this week.

    Advice: There may be an official announcement in that regard Monday after the Blue Jays' afternoon tilt with the Angels. Reyes has been on the disabled list since April 27 because of a cracked rib. He's been taking on-field batting practice without issue since the middle of last week. The shortstop should be ready by the end of May.
    Monday, 10:50 am
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Tyler Flowers not in Sunday's lineup
    Tyler Flowers is not in the White Sox' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: Geovany Soto is catching Jeff Samardzija, which has been the norm. Flowers is hitting just .152/.204/.196 over his last 15 games.
    Sunday, 10:29 am
  • Carlos Santana not in lineup Sunday
    Carlos Santana is not in the Indians' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: He's just getting a breather. The Indians have Brandon Moss at first base and Nick Swisher in right field while Santana sits.
    Sunday, 9:55 am
    4:10 pm vs Cin
  • Chase Utley absent from Sunday's lineup
    Chase Utley is absent from the Phillies' lineup Sunday.

    Advice: It's just a day of rest. Andres Blanco is handling second base in Utley's place.
    Sunday, 8:10 am
  • Crawford hits grand slam and racks up 6 RBI
    Brandon Crawford went 3-for-5 with a grand slam and six RBI in Saturday's 11-2 demolition of the Reds.

    Advice: Crawford launched his big slam off of Mike Leake in fifth inning. He also had an RBI single and an RBI double in the contest, missing just a run-scoring triple to hit for the vaunted RBI cycle. With the huge game, Crawford now has six home runs and 24 RBI on the season. He's been extremely productive for his position and is currently hitting .277/.372/.504.
    Saturday, 7:39 pm
  • Stanton blasts mammoth home run in loss
    Giancarlo Stanton blasted a mammoth home run in a losing effort against the Braves on Saturday.

    Advice: He blasted an Alex Wood offering over the batter's eye in center field and into the second deck for his 11th bomb. He finished 1-for-5 on the afternoon.
    Saturday, 2:27 pm
  • Rockies place Morneau on the concussion DL
    Rockies placed 1B Justin Morneau on the 7-day concussion disabled list.

    Advice: Morneau experienced some lightheadedness after jarring his neck on a dive Wednesday. He has been diagnosed with a cervical strain and mild concussion symptoms. The veteran first baseman has a long history of concussions, so the Rockies will play it safe. Wilin Rosario is likely to serve as the Rockies' primary first baseman while Morneau is out.
    Saturday, 2:12 pm
    7-Day DL
    5:10 pm vs SF
  • Jason Heyward not in Cardinals lineup
    Jason Hayward is not in the Cardinals lineup for Saturday's game against the Tigers.

    Advice: The struggling outfielder will get a day of rest against opposing southpaw David Price. Randall Grichuk will start in his place at hit leadoff for the Cardinals.
    Saturday, 8:51 am
  • Heyward homers in loss to Tigers
    Jason Heyward was 2-for-3 with a two-run homer and a walk in Friday's loss to the Tigers.

    Advice: It was his third home run of the season and his first since April 24. Heyward has batted eighth in each of the last two games and might continue to stick near the bottom of the order until he shows more results. Even after Friday's performance, the 25-year-old is batting just .246/.305/.369 over 35 games this season.
    Friday, 10:09 pm
  • David DeJesus smacks solo homer in loss
    David DeJesus went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's loss to the Twins.

    Advice: DeJesus hit the homer off of Phil Hughes in the top of the second inning. The 35-year-old doesn't fit the mold of most DH's, but he's effective enough. This season, he's hitting .301/.356/.446 with three homers, 14 RBI and 11 runs scored in 83 at-bats.
    Friday, 8:21 pm
  • Stanton homers twice Friday vs. Braves
    Giancarlo Stanton launched a pair of solo home runs and drew a walk Friday in a loss to the Braves.

    Advice: It was the 14th multi-homer game of his career. The second one landed in the camera well in distant center field and traveled an estimated at 474 feet. Stanton is now up to 10 home runs on the year and leads the majors with 35 RBI. Those who invested an early first-round pick in fantasy leagues have to be pretty happy with that.
    Friday, 8:09 pm
  • Posey hits two-run homer vs. Reds
    Buster Posey connected for a two-run homer in Friday's 10-2 win over the Reds.

    Advice: It was his sixth home run of the season. Posey has knocked in six runs over the past three games and owns a .286/.364/.444 batting line on the year. He currently has more walks (16) than strikeouts (13). The Giants are set to get Hunter Pence back from the disabled list on Saturday, which should only help Posey.
    Friday, 7:29 pm
  • Victorino goes 2-for-3 with a walk and a HR
    Shane Victorino finished 2-for-3 with a walk and a solo homer in Thursday's 2-1 win against the Mariners.

    Advice: It was his first homer of the year. Victorino had a .143/.302/.171 slash line when he was activated from the disabled list, but he's 3-for-6 with a walk, double and homer in the past two games, giving hope that the veteran can chip in against left-handers this year. The Hawaiian is 90 percent healthy, according to skipper John Farrell.
    Thursday, 10:07 pm
  • Justin Morneau not in lineup on Thursday
    Justin Morneau (neck) is not in the Rockies starting lineup for Thursday's contest against the Dodgers.

    Advice: Morneau jarred his neck a bit on a dive during Wednesday's game but is expected to be fine. Wilin Rosario is drawing the start at first base in his place and will bat fifth for the Rockies on Thursday.
    Thursday, 4:22 pm
    7-Day DL
    5:10 pm vs SF
  • Morneau leaves game due to dizziness
    Justin Morneau was removed from Wednesday's game against the Dodgers due to dizziness.

    Advice: Morneau felt a little light-headed after diving for a ball in the eighth inning and he has a long history with concussions, so the Rockies decided to play it safe. Daniel Descalso finished out the game at first base. There should be more on Morneau's status Thursday evening.
    Thursday, 6:26 am
    7-Day DL
    5:10 pm vs SF
  • Buster Posey goes 3-for-5, homers
    Buster Posey went 3-for-5 with a homer and three RBI against the Astros on Wednesday.

    Advice: Unfortunately, Posey needed one more hit; he ended the game with a little tapper back to the mound with the tying run on third in the top of the ninth. Posey is up to five homers and 14 RBI in 33 games for the season. He's one of the Giants most looking forward to Hunter Pence's return.
    Wednesday, 8:49 pm
  • Jose Reyes (rib) took on-field BP Wednesday
    Jose Reyes (rib) took a successful round of on-field batting practice on Wednesday afternoon.

    Advice: Though the injured shortstop did acknowledge to reporters that he didn't fully extend his arms for fear of aggravating his cracked rib. Reyes said he plans to push it a little harder on Thursday. He has been on the disabled list since April 27 and probably won't be ready to rejoin Toronto's active roster until late May.
    Wednesday, 1:53 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Stanton's homer the Marlins' only positive
    Giancarlo Stanton hit a solo home run out of Dodger Stadium on Tuesday, giving the Marlins their only reason to smile as they were routed in Tuesday's loss.

    Advice: Stanton lifted a Mike Bolsinger offering out to left field, completely clearing the bleachers to give the Marlins a 1-0 lead in the first inning. The home run was measured at 467 feet. It's number eight on the season for Stanton as well as his 30th run batted in. Stanton also owns a .252/.336/.512 triple-slash line.
    Tuesday, 10:41 pm
  • Flowers has two hits, RBI against Brewers
    Tyler Flowers went 2-for-4 with an RBI double and a run scored against the Brewers on Tuesday.

    Advice: Flowers' RBI double in the fifth inning got the White Sox on the board. The run batted in was his first since April 26. The catcher is batting .226/.273/.339 with seven RBI while splitting time with Geovany Soto behind the dish.
    Tuesday, 8:38 pm
  • DeJesus knocks in two in Rays' comeback
    David DeJesus knocked in a pair of runs in a 2-for-3 effort as the Rays rallied late to overcome the Yankees on Tuesday.

    Advice: DeJesus singled in two runs to tie the game at two apiece in the seventh inning. The Rays would take the lead in the next inning. DeJesus isn't the prototypical DH, but he's done a good job for the Rays nevertheless, batting .311/.370/.432 with two home runs and 13 RBI.
    Tuesday, 6:47 pm
  • Reyes (rib) to take on-field BP on Wednesday
    Jose Reyes (rib) is scheduled to take on-field batting practice Wednesday.

    Advice: It'll be a big step for the injured shortstop, who's been on the disabled list since April 27 because of a cracked rib. There should be a better idea on a timetable for Reyes' return after Wednesday's workout.
    Tuesday, 1:46 pm
    15-Day DL
    4:07 pm vs Sea
  • Jose Iglesias (groin) back in lineup Tuesday
    Jose Iglesias (groin) is back in Tuesday's lineup against the Twins.

    Advice: Iglesias has appeared in just one game since May 3 due to a groin injury, but he's feeling better now. He'll bat ninth Tuesday against Kyle Gibson.
    Tuesday, 12:22 pm
  • Crisp remains hitless after an 0-for-6 night
    Coco Crisp went 0-for-6 in Monday's 11-inning loss to the Red Sox.

    Advice: Crisp moves to 0-for-21 on the season after making his season debut on May 6. He had right elbow surgery in April. The 35-year-old's best years are likely behind him, but he could still provide some value in the stolen base department over the course of the season.
    Monday, 11:07 pm
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