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Evan Gattis , DH 9. Andrew McCutchen , RF 2. Joe Panik , 2B 3. Buster Posey , C 4. Evan Longoria , 3B 5. Brandon Belt , 1B 6. Hunter Pence , LF 7. Brandon Crawford , SS 8. Austin Jackson , CF 9.

Chris Taylor , CF 2. Corey Seager , SS 3. Cody Bellinger , 1B 4. Matt Kemp , LF 5. Yasiel Puig , RF 6. Logan Forsythe , 3B 8. Austin Barnes , C 9. Charlie Blackmon , CF 2. DJ LeMahieu , 2B 3. Carlos Gonzalez , RF 4. Nolan Arenado , 3B 5. Trevor Story , SS 6. Gerardo Parra , LF 7. Ian Desmond , 1B 8. Chris Iannetta , C 9. Pollock , CF 2. David Peralta , RF 3. Paul Goldschmidt , 1B 4. Jake Lamb , 3B 5. Alex Avila , C 6. Ketel Marte , 2B 7. Nick Ahmed , SS 8. Jarrod Dyson , LF 9.

Manny Margot , CF 2. Wil Myers , RF 3. Eric Hosmer , 1B 4. Jose Pirela , LF 5. Chase Headley , 3B 6. Freddy Galvis , SS 8. Austin Hedges , C 9. All with Analysis for Fanball too.

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Leclerc was not used to close out Sunday's game against the Padres because he had pitched the previous two days, Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports. Leclerc expended 38 pitches in appearances Friday and Saturday and was rightly given the day off Sunday. Jeffrey Springs was given the save chance Sunday, but it didn't end well.

He ceded a walkoff grand slam to San Diego's Franciso Mejia. Calhoun went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Sunday's loss to the Padres. Calhoun got the start in left field, just his third start since a Sept. Manager Jeff Banister told Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News that he wants to give Calhoun more at-bats over the final two weeks of the season, but doesn't plan to bench any of his consistent regulars to accomplish that.

White snapped tie in the sixth inning after the Diamondbacks were unable to turn a groundball into a double-play. He made Arizona pay by smoking a first-pitch slider into right field for a ground-rule double -- the first extra-base hit the Astros had against starter Zack Grienke.

For White, it was the seventh time in the last nine games he's knocked in at least one run. Over those nine games, he's gone 9-for with six extra-base hits and nine RBI. Devenski has appeared in three games since he was activated from the disabled list Aug. He's allowed three runs two earned on five hits, including two home runs, over three innings. Devenski has looked rusty since his return from nearly a month-long stint on the DL due to a hamstring injury, but hasn't been given an opportunity to knock off that rust.

He most recently appeared in Saturday's blowout win, his first appearance after an day break, as manager A. Hinch doesn't appear eager to use the right-hander. At this point, a spot on the postseason roster appears unlikely for the All Star, Chandler Rome of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Turner wrist started and went 2-for-4 with a double in Sunday's loss to St. The minor injury was not severe enough to hold the third baseman out of action, and his two-hit performance bodes well for his availability for the Dodgers' crucial upcoming series against the Rockies.

Renfroe went 1-for-4 with his 23rd home run of the season in Sunday's win over Texas. While Sunday's long ball came against a southpaw, Renfroe has developed fairly even splits against both righties.

The year-old has ditched his platoon label, and is looking like a true middle-of-the-order bat heading into the season.

Mejia went 1-for-4 with a grand slam in Sunday's win over the Rangers. Mejia's first-career grand slam capped off a five-run ninth inning that sent the fans in San Diego home happy. The year-old has provided some thump since joining the majors this month, slashing. Manager Andy Green has stayed true to his word, splitting playing time between Mejia and Austin Hedges evenly. It will be interesting to see how the Padres' catching situation unfolds next season, as Mejia possesses tremendous offensive upside at the shallow position.

Calhoun went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Sunday's victory over the Mariners. Calhoun's seventh-inning homer ended an 0-for slump at the plate. The year-old's seemingly endless second-half hot streak has finally come to a halt.

Calhoun can still provide fantasy value even if he settles somewhere between his polar-opposite halves while batting leadoff for the Halos. Your Legal Alternative to Sports Wagering. Get all you need to know with coverage of all sports. Statistics Provided by SportRadar. Proud Partner with Sporting News.

Tim Beckham , 3B. Alex Gordon , CF. Dee Gordon , CF. Manny Machado , SS. Whit Merrifield , 2B. Jean Segura , SS. Jonathan Schoop , 2B. Lucas Duda , 1B. Robinson Cano , 2B. Adam Jones , CF. Salvador Perez , C. Nelson Cruz , DH.

Trey Mancini , LF. Mike Moustakas , 3B. Kyle Seager , 3B. Chris Davis , 1B. Jon Jay , RF. Mitch Haniger , RF. Mark Trumbo , DH. Jorge Soler , LF. Ryon Healy , 1B. Colby Rasmus , RF. Cheslor Cuthbert , DH. Mike Zunino , C. Chance Sisco , C. Alcides Escobar , SS. Ichiro Suzuki , LF. Denard Span , DH. Leonys Martin , CF. Delino DeShields , CF. Kevin Kiermaier , CF.

Jeimer Candelario , 3B. Elvis Andrus , SS. Matt Duffy , 3B. Miguel Cabrera , 1B. Shin-Soo Choo , DH. Carlos Gomez , RF. Nick Castellanos , RF.

Adrian Beltre , 3B. Brad Miller , 2B. Victor Martinez , DH. Nomar Mazara , RF. Wilson Ramos , C. James McCann , C. Joey Gallo , 1B. Mikie Mahtook , LF. Rougned Odor , 2B. Adeiny Hechavarria , SS. Robinson Chirinos , C. Mallex Smith , LF. Jose Iglesias , SS. Drew Robinson , LF. Mookie Betts , RF. Francisco Lindor , SS. Marcus Semien , SS.

Andrew Benintendi , LF. Jason Kipnis , 2B. Matt Joyce , LF. Hanley Ramirez , 1B. Jose Ramirez , 3B. Jed Lowrie , 2B. Edwin Encarnacion , DH. Khris Davis , DH. Xander Bogaerts , SS. Michael Brantley , LF. Matt Olson , 1B.

Rafael Devers , 3B. Yonder Alonso , 1B. Stephen Piscotty , RF. Eduardo Nunez , 2B. Lonnie Chisenhall , RF. Matt Chapman , 3B. Roberto Perez , C. Jonathan Lucroy , C. Christian Vazquez , C. Bradley Zimmer , CF. Boog Powell , CF. Brett Gardner , LF. Brian Dozier , 2B. Ian Kinsler , 2B. Aaron Judge , RF. Joe Mauer , 1B. Mike Trout , CF. Giancarlo Stanton , DH. Miguel Sano , 3B. Justin Upton , LF. Gary Sanchez , C. Logan Morrison , DH.