Fantasy Baseball Today: Jesus Lucardo and Alex Kobe Double Digit Ks, Shane Bieber Concerns and More

Happy Wednesday everyone! Tuesday’s action match featured the breakout attacking games of the Braves (16 runs) and the Giants (13 runs) and some notable performances with two late-round targets and a lot of strikeouts from the sleepers. It also had another Shane Bieber performance, which should at least raise concerns. Below are all the activities of Tuesday.

But first, if you miss it on Tuesday, Scott White broke every nook and cranny in baseball to find the source of the next savings in his Bulben report. Scott is deeply immersed in what to do with the latest downsides – whether or not any of them sound the alarm. Chris Towers offered to consider dismissing some more players. Check back later at for Chris Towers’ trading values ​​and another discount for Scott.

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Starters who piled up double-digit strikeouts

After a dominant spring, the Marlins recovery plan sp Jesus Lucardo He banged on fire in his debut game on Tuesday. Lucardo went for five innings and allowed two hits, one walk, 12 runs. Without a stigma when he was allowed to hit the triple, Lucardo was unable to hit in it. Congratulations to those who made him in the later rounds and intend to start him in the 2nd week. Lucardo threw his curves on 50% of his pitches, and they accounted for 12 of his total 18 swing strikes. Last season he threw just 29% of this pitch. Lucardo’s cracking range was 1.7 MPH over last year. Both of these are excellent signs of moving forward.

There’s something about what they’re doing in San Francisco through these restructuring pitching projects that seem to have found another in Giants SP from his operation on Tuesday. Alex Cobb. Like Lucardo, Kobe made a dominant spring in his debut, where he scored 10 runs in five innings. He allowed four feet, two walks and two earned runs. What made the introduction of the file so interesting was that he used Splitter and Singer 95% of all pitches. With that, his speed – 1.8 MPH (now 94.5 MPH) at his speed and 2.1 MPH at his Splitter.

A good TFS note

Stacking players on the team with the highest scores on baseball that day is the best way to create a DFS sequence. So the next time you look at the slate on Patrick Corbyn’s matte, stack your list with the opponent’s hitters. Corbin should not be too harsh, but he has allowed 14 hits in 6.2 innings in two starts so far with an 10.8 epoch, which comes from a brutal 2021 season.

More interesting pitcher introductions

Patrick Sandoval, SP, Angels: I’m been excited all week for Sandoval’s debut, because he’s my most listed starter (he’s always been late in drafts) and he’s not disappointed. Sandowall used at least 18 percent of his five pitches and kept Marlins scoreless in four innings. Sandoval got out of trouble in the second inning, but was otherwise better. He was eventually allowed to go with six strikes with three walks and three wins.

Matt Brush, SP, Marines: Brush made his debut and hit four fours, a walk, two runs and sixes in 5 1/3 innings. He threw first-pitch strikes to 17 of the 21 batters, and that was made possible by an average crack of 96.3 mph. The only thing about the brush out was the 10 hard balls he allowed. Something to note. He is 71% on the list, and that number should be higher.

More ‘Surprise Bags’

If you are in a category or roto league, you are always looking for speed. So don’t know which players are stealing sites, when and how much they stole. We do it every morning and highlight the amazing bag favorite players – you would not expect to see their name under the stolen base basic state line of the box score.

Some tips from Tuesday: Louis Robert broke down before our eyes early on as a legal threat for a 30-30 season. Voit is the definition of the ‘surprise bag’ winner – as RJ White noted, on Tuesday Voit’s stolen site was the first of his career and the first of nearly 1,300 palette appearances.

  • Louis Robert, OF, White Socks 2 (4)
  • Miles Straw, OF, Guardians 1 (3)
  • K’Brian Hayes, 3B, Pirates 1 (1)
  • Surprise bag: Stephen Biscotti, OF, Athletics 1 (1)
  • Starling Marte, OF, Mets 1 (1)
  • George Springer, Off, Blue Jazz 1 (1)
  • Tyler Wade, 3B, Angels 1 (1)
  • Cody Pellinger, Off, Dodgers 2 (2)
  • Chris Taylor, 2B / SS / OF, Dodgers 1 (1)
  • Wit Merryfield, 2B / OF, Royals 1 (2)
  • Tyro Estrada, SS, Giants 1 (1)
  • Steven Duger, OF, Giants 1 (1)

Tuesday News and Rank Notes

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  • White Socks SP Lucas Giolitto was officially placed in the IL with that left abdominal pressure. He said he was considerably better and was hopeful he would at least stay put.
  • Padres SP MacKenzie Gore has been added to the Padres taxi squad, so he is likely to start on Friday if Blake Snell is unable to go.
  • Rockies 3B Ryan McMahon was out of order on Tuesday due to calf pain.
  • Nationals DH Nelson Cruise late scratch with tight waist. Lane Thomas was added to replace him.
  • A.J. Pollack’s white socks were placed in the IL with the right thigh muscle, but he expects it to be minimal shelter.
  • Reds OF Tommy Pham was eliminated from the game on Tuesday. The X-ray in his left arm was negative.
  • Angels 2B / SS David Fletcher was placed in the IL with left hip pressure. Andrew Velasquez started at the shortstop.
  • Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoya said he expects C Danny Johnson to miss several weeks with left-leaning pressure.
  • Rangers SP John Gray is expected to return from the 10-day IL when he qualifies on April 19.
  • Phillies RP Corey Knebel was placed in COVID IL on Tuesday and they are waiting for his test results. If the test is negative he may return soon.
  • The duo’s healer George Alcala went to the IL with a right elbow swelling.
  • Reds RP Lucas Sims Triple-A began rehabilitation work Tuesday.
  • The Red Sox SS Trevor story is doubtful to play on Wednesday because he is dealing with an illness.
  • The Tigers of Robbie Grossman exited the game on Tuesday with a right hip tightness.
  • Mets SP Taiwan Walker was placed in the IL with right shoulder bursitis.
  • Race SP Luis Patino was placed in the IL with an oblique strain. Josh will get his place in the Fleming cycle.
  • Phillies of Odubel Herrera began rehab work on Tuesday.
  • Reds SP Luis Castillo threw a bullpen session on Tuesday. The team is hopeful he will be back by the end of this month.
  • Diamondbacks SP Zac Gallen made his season debut against the Mets on Saturday.

Sequence Notes

  • Blue Jazz 3B Cavan Piggio now sits in three games in support of the Santiago Espinal.
  • A.J. Despite Pollock being out, Andrew von White Sox was again out of line against Matt Brush on Tuesday.
  • Mets 1B / OF Dominic Smith started just two of six games, including Tuesday, against a right-handed pitcher.

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