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  • Alex Cobb exits Thursday with left hip tightness
    Alex Cobb was removed from Thursday's start against the Rockies due to left hip tightness.

    Advice: Cobb told reporters afterwards that he experienced a "sharp shooting pain" in his left side, but managed to pitch through the discomfort until the sixth inning when he was lifted after just 83 pitches for precautionary reasons. He added that he has "zero concern" about the issue moving forward, but it's a situation fantasy managers should keep an eye on. He's in line to face the Cardinals on Tuesday in his next start. 9 minutes ago
    W, 6-4 @COL
  • Nails down 10th save
    Adam picked up the save in Thursday's 4-2 win over the Twins, striking out one over one inning.

    Advice: Adam entered the game in the ninth with a 4-2 lead and retired all three hitters he faced to record his 10th save of the season. It was a nice rebound outing for the Rays reliever after blowing the save Wednesday against these same Twins. He's now converted five of his last six save opportunities and holds a 2.96 ERA with a 1.10 WHIP while holding down the closer role in the absence of Pete Fairbanks (hip). 10 minutes ago
  • Clemens punches walk-off single in ninth vs. DET
    Kody Clemens went 2-for-4 with a walk-off RBI single against the Tigers as the Phillies won 3-2 on Thursday.

    Advice: Clemens is the strong-side of a platoon at the bottom of the Phillies lineup, and he punched a sharp single down the line in right against Alex Lange to win the game for the Phillies in the ninth. He's has displayed little power of late, slugging just .417 in his last 15 games, but he is hitting .267 this year and has been a fine use of a roster spot. Clemens does not need to be on your fantasy radar between the lower spot in the order and the platoon role. 32 minutes ago
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    Kody Clemens PHI - 1B,2B,3B,LF
    W, 3-2 vs DET
  • Báez scores go-ahead run in Tigers loss to Phils
    Javier Báez went 1-for-4 with the go-ahead run in the Tigers loss against Philadelphia on Thursday.

    Advice: He singled off Craig Kimbrel, took second base on an errant throw to first, then scored on a Nick Maton single. Baez has, somehow, even been worse than he was in 2022 with a .220/.265/.305 overall line and just five stolen bases. He doesn't need to be rostered outside of deep leagues or AL-only leagues at this point, even though he hits high in the order for the Tigers. 39 minutes ago
  • Tigers release infielder Jermaine Palacios
    Tigers released INF Jermaine Palacios.

    Advice: Palacios signed a minor league contract with the Tigers last November and never wound up making it to the majors in Detroit. The 26-year-old infielder got into 30 contests last year for the Twins and will search for a new opportunity on the free agent market after batting .176/.232/.352 with six homers and three steals across 138 plate appearances over 36 games this season for Triple-A Toledo. 40 minutes ago
    L, 2-3 @PHI
  • Lange blows second save against Phillies Thursday
    Alex Lange blew his second save after being handed a one-run lead in the ninth inning against the Phillies on Thursday.

    Advice: A leadoff double by Bryce Harper eventually led to a Brandon Marsh sacrifice fly, and Kody Clemens walked off the Phillies on a sharp single. Lange allowed three hard-hit balls in just six batters. His ERA is now 3.20 and he's got a 9.00 ERA and 1.71 WHIP over his last seven games. Fortunately for him, the Tigers don't seem to have a secondary closer option lurking. 40 minutes ago
  • Zack Wheeler carries no-hit bid into eighth inning
    Zach Wheeler recorded eight strikeouts and was charged with one run (zero earned) over 7 1/3 innings on Thursday in a no-decision against the Tigers.

    Advice: He walked one, hit one batter, and had another reach on an error by Josh Harrison before Tyler Nevin singled to right field in the eighth inning. Wheeler looked impressive, of course. He was missing bats early and often against a lineup he should, admittedly, hold in check as he struck out eight. The closest thing to a hit the Tigers were able to muster before the Nevin single was a Nick Maton fly-out to center field near the track in the fourth inning. Philadelphia's bullpen blew the lead on a safety squeeze, tacking a run on to Wheeler's line and costing him a victory. Wheeler (4-4, 3.91 ERA) is slated to take on the Diamondbacks on Tuesday in his next start. 42 minutes ago
    W, 3-2 vs DET
  • Strikes out seven in loss
    Ober (3-3) took the loss Thursday, allowing four runs on three hits and two walks over 5.1 innings against Tampa Bay. He struck out seven.

    Advice: Ober (3-3) ran right through the Rays' lineup the first time around, striking out the side in both the second and third innings while not allowing a baserunner through the first three frames. The second time around didn't go as smoothly, however, as the right-hander surrendered three runs with two outs in the fourth, including a two-run bomb to Harold Ramirez. Ober has now lost his last three decisions, though his seven strikeouts Thursday tied his season high. He also produced an impressive 15 swings and misses in the contest. 43 minutes ago
  • Solid in win
    Chirinos (3-1) earned the win Thursday, allowing one run on five hits over 5.2 innings against Minnesota. He struck out four and did not walk a batter.

    Advice: Chirinos (3-1) was steady over 5.2 innings with the exception of a leadoff homer he surrendered to Carlos Correa in the fourth after hanging a slider in the middle of the zone. He followed up that mistake with back-to-back strikeouts and would only allow one more hitter to reach base before being relieved by Jake Diekman in the sixth. The right-hander posted a season-high four strikeouts and did not walk a batter for the first time since April 29. With Josh Flemming on the injured list (elbow), it wouldn't be surprising if Chirinos sticks around in the Rays' rotation for the time being, especially given his impressive outing against Minnesota. Today, 8:29 pm