Kyle Tucker led the OPS sweepstakes last night. While he led the Houston Astros over the Toronto Blue Jays, he’ll need a whole lotta more big nights to bring his batting average out of the buck-and-change category. He’s at .188 as it stands. You can sorta say he’d like to be where Freddie Freeman is now. He had the second-best night, though his batting average is also toward the lower range at .217.
39 year-old St. Louis Cardinals’ Adam Wainwright put in a performance for the years. He almost put in a full shift. He had the baseball on a string yesterday. When he left the mound, he did so to a deserved standing ovation. He threw 113 pitches in total. He’s probably a little sore today.
It’s Monday so we’ve got this season’s best Monday hitters. Choose your fantasy team accordingly.
Martinez will run you roughly 11.70 DK FPTS. He hasn’t been particularly productive from a fantasy standpoint for the last three games. Cedric Mullins isn’t far behind at 10.70 DK FPTS. Rounding out the Top 3, Martinez’s Boston teammate Xander Bogaerts has been a bit hotter of late. He’s 12.30 DK FPTS.