Fantasy baseball concession wire: Yankees between the bats to add an offensive boost

Fantasy baseball concession wire: Yankees between the bats to add an offensive boost

The following players are widely available in Yahoo Fantasy Baseball formats and may be worth a shot, depending on the depth of your league.

Hicks has three hitters and two steals while hitting .323 with more runs of hits over the course of eight games in July. The Yankees have been patient with him all season (helping 359 OBP thanks to an elite walking rate), and I’m finally starting to show more strength. Hicks has scored 10 runs and eight RBI points over the course of eight games this month, counting stats that will be on the New York squad. Hicks has been a disappointment over the past few years, but he deserves to add in deeper fantasy tournaments given his strength/speed resumption and recent life cues in his racket. He has a 606 OPS in New York compared to 0.825 on the road, and while Yankee Stadium has played like an extreme bowler’s park this year, it appears to be a safe bet that Hicks will do better at home going forward.

Matt Carpenter, 1B/2B, New York Yankees (16%)

Carpenter doesn’t have an obvious day-to-day spot in the Yankees lineup, but he will continue to play a lot in a super companion role while hitting well. The veteran looked finished but bounced back in a big way after revamping his swing during the break. It’s a small sample, but Carpenter’s sample Suddenly up to 10 homers amazing 260 wRC + Over 77 board games this season. Among the qualified hitters, Jordan Alvarez He leads the MLB with 197 wRC+. Carpenter managed hits both left and right, and while he sure calmed him down, the veteran cleared three seasons of hitting 36 home runs with over 110 points and walks 100+. He was also scoring in the middle of the Yankees lineup that scored the most kicks in baseball. Qualified in the middle court, Carpenter can be added in deeper fantasy tournaments.

Matt Carpenter is back on the fantasy baseball radar as part of the Yankees’ strong squad. (Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images)

Danny Jansen, C, Toronto Blue Jays (9%)

Jansen is still available in over 90% of Yahoo tournaments despite posting a 1,165 OPS after his All-Star break last season and 148 wRC+ this year before suffering a hand injury he’s preparing to come back from. Gabriel Moreno He has a bright future, but it won’t be difficult to send 66 wRC+ to the Palace once Jansen is ready (He came back during his last rehab game on Sunday). Since his All-Star break last year, Jansen has 14 homers over 121 at bat. Among the qualified hunters, fellow Alejandro Kirk He drives the MLB with .876 OPS in an ultra-thin position to fill the imagination. Jansen will be back with a 0.915 OPS (and to the Toronto team who would be happy to catch him).

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Nolan Jones, 3B, Cleveland Guardians (16%)

Jones was called into the majors on Friday after hitting .311/.417/.500 in Triple-A and beating Homer while walking more than hitting the weekend. Jones has a score of 70 and can also add a handful of steals, and he’s available in nearly 85% of Yahoo tournaments. Jones will add soon as well, but is of added value given his 3B eligibility, with the position trailing the catcher only as the thinnest of fantasy baseball.

Josh Rojas, 2B/3B/SS/OF, Arizona Diamondbacks (53%)

Rojas were dropped in several fantasy leagues after hitting only .216/.260/.299 in June, but rebounded from hitting .485 over 10 games in July, when he raised his OPS season over 100 points while adding three bugs / They steal. . Eclectic on the board and not yet thrown on the base tracks, Rojas has been recently hitting the lead versus right. Eligible in four massive different locations, the hot-hit Rojas has already been a popular addition lately and likely won’t be available in fantasy leagues for much longer.

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