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Marcus Semien wakes up very well

Fantasy Baseball researcher Dalton Del Don highlights some of the eye-opening activities from MLB performance Tuesday night.

Marcus Semien has a wonderful day to remember

Marcus Semien dropped three homers in the second half of Tuesday, becoming the ninth player in MLB history write at least seven hits and that many homers a day. Semien raised his OPS 87 points while adding two more steals in one very exciting day. After playing 43 games without playing for the Rangers, Semien has six games in over 11 games since then. He is also at twice the speed of his theft.

Marcus Semien provided one of the most imaginative days in recent memory. (Photo by Frank Jansky / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Brandon Drury has disrupted three homers and stole in the last four games, while continuing to be one of the sneakier waiver of the most valuable wires this year. Qualified at 2B, 3B and OF, Drury has 11 homers this season and has quietly become the 50th highest-scoring player in 2022. Although he may play a bit in his head, Drury’s impressive batted-ball record shows that there is no slope. . a decrease is coming. It also helps that Cincinnati has grown faster than Coors Field so far this season.

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Mike Trout returned home but was left with groin tightness Tuesday in Angelo’s 13th defeat and the first game since then Joe Maddon he was miraculously driven away. Trout’s 183 wRC + would be the second highest in his career, but he has not played more than 140 games since 2016. Hopefully, his recent return is not difficult, but By Adell (17 percent registered in Yahoo games) would benefit if Trout needed an IL trip.

• There have been speculations that a new football match was launched in mid-May, e.g. The HR / FB% League continues to rise steadily.

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Edward Cabrera had another impressive career Tuesday and now plays 0.75 ERA and 0.75 WHIP after two starts (plus one at Coors Field). Cabrera has a bright future and it shone at 95-mph change Tuesday night but note that he had 4.6 BB / 9 in Triple-A and had 4.31 FIP in major. Cabrera recorded a 23% lower CSW at home against the Nationals on Tuesday and is being tested hard in Houston at some point, so be careful.

Kyle Wright it was great on Tuesday, making 20 people toss and throw while throwing eight innings. He has benefited from a simple system recently, but there is nothing wrong or very lucky at Wright’s 2022, as his 2.75 FIP is in the top 10 among startups.

Wright was the first to select five of the remaining contenders but found them. Although he was not selected from all the fictional groups (his ADP was out of 400 in the NFBC Main Events), Wright should be considered the first 25 fictional to advance.

Michael Kopech he bounced back from the worst of the season by catching the Dodgers solid line-up with six goals on Tuesday. The Dodger entered with WRC + third best MLB, and Kopech only allowed two runners. While he undoubtedly had a chance to allow only two doubles (3.0 HR / FB%) and .189 BABIP (ERA fixes coming), Kopech has also been unlucky to make Tuesday’s win his second of the season. . , as a damaged barrel now owns 1.94 ERA and 0.94 WHIP per year.

Carlos Rodón failed to reach the fifth round starting at home against the Rockies on Tuesday. After batting eight or more batches in the first five of the first six, Rodón has failed to hit seven in his last five games. He also did not allow one house to continue the first six starts and has served four of them. His running doesn’t seem like a big deal, but Rodón struggled to get rid of the strikers, e.g. The Rockies had worse balls than the first four innings on Tuesday at every game for years. He will look forward to a return to a difficult relationship with the Dodgers at some point.

Josh Hader surprisingly he did not allow the run from then on July but contributed two home runs in the Phillies’ loss Tuesday night. His speed was good and he still plays 0.96 ERA and 0.64 WHIP this season, so Hader will be fine, even though he is still looking for his first rescue in June.

Aroldis Chapman almost certainly looking at a new position when he returns to New York pen, e.g. Clay Holmes seems to be the closest to the Yankees.

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