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A fantasy baseball option to replace an injured, struggling star

Replacing a player such as the MVP Bryce Harper twice with a fantasy address is not an easy task. 

It's not easy to find a suitable alternative for sick players such as Jazz Chisholm Jr., Ozzie Albies, Michael Brantley, Harrison Bader, Salvador Perez. There is none. 

Nevertheless, it's something that the Hand Fantasy Manager has been dealing with lately. It may seem daunting, but there are plenty of viable options available to boost your team in at least one offensive category (owned by less than 50% of ESPN League). Other places. 

There are several options. 


All NicoHoerners (owned by 17.8%) know how to be hit. The versatile turnip recorded a batting average of .310 on Friday. This includes 3 home runs, 16 RBIs, 18 runs and .322 OPS in 41 games since May 1st. 

Nico Hoerner

Former Met Andres Jimenez (42.4% owned) .308 His first 63 games at the Guardians this season were 28-86 (.326), with 4 home runs, 13 RBIs, 11 runs, 2 stolen bases and .914 OPS in June. 

Home runs

Diamondbacks Christian Walker tied for the eighth major home run (19) on Friday, but 50% of the home runs remained. rice field. His .200 batting average may have something to do with it — his 15.3 barrel percentage is elite, and his 10.3 percent barrel per plate appearance is 12th in the majors. Especially in the power sector, all his forecast stats are higher than the actual numbers, and his .269 batting average and .180 BABIP show that his average should go up. Can you imagine this power surge mixed with an average close to his carrier .241 mark? 

Rangers' Nate Lowe (45.7% owned) is the best .278 in his career with 10 home runs and 32 RBIs in June, including .307 with 7 RBIs, 16 RBIs and .910 RBIs. I'm hitting. .. His maximum exit speed is ranked in the top 10% of the league, he has been consistent every season since he joined the league in 2019, and his strikeout rate is 24.5, a low career.

Nathaniel Lowe


Cesar Hernandez (11.6% owned) It's like Rodney Dangerfield. He is not respected. Not only did he play in 77 of the first 78 Nationals games, but he also took first or second place in 72 games and took the lead in the league at bat on Friday (343). More importantly, he hit .264 with 19 RBIs, 3 stolen bases and 41 runs (25th best mark in NL). 


After hitting .172 with 12 strikeouts in the first 10 games, Twins' Alex Kirilloff (28.6% owned) became a triple A cent. It was sent. Paul scored .359 with 10 home runs, 32 RBIs, 33 runs and 1.106 OPS in 35 games. In the first 13 games since returning to his majors, he hit .296 with 12 RBIs and .790 OPS. 

Alex Kirilloff

Recorded only .248 in 39 games from May 1st On Thursday, Josh Naylor, who owns 42.7 percent, drove 34 runs in that span. It doesn't hurt that he was the Guardians' fifth batter and hit .277 with 4 home runs, 23 RBIs and .863 OPS from that slot. 

Stolen Bases

Jon Berti (18 of his league's leading 22 stolen bases came in June) remains available on more than 60% of ESPN Leagues But Miguel Rojas considers another Merlin. He hits .243, but in 16 games until Friday he hit .333 with 2 home runs, 7 RBIs, 3 stolen bases and .825 OPS. 

Despite having an unsustainable .402 RBI and hitting 9th place in the Braves order, Michael Harris II scored .347 with 4 RBIs, 16 RBIs and 18 RBIs. I had four stolen bases when I struck. Run on June 27th game and .946 OPS. His speed is legal as he stole 46 bases in 197 minor games. 

Isiah Kiner-Falefa (11.9%) stole 11 bases for the Yankees this season, six of which came in June. He also recorded 36 runs and finished 31st in AL while hitting .260.

Big hit

Javier Baez 2B / SS, Tigers 

Played on Friday and at least 1 in 11 of the last 12 games RBI — 4 home runs, 9 RBIs, 9 runs, 2 stolen bases, and .354 with 1.130 OPS. 

Nick Pivetta SP, Red Sox 

Allow 3 or more earned runs in the last 13 starts — 2.28 8-2 ERA , 81 strikeouts, .193 average opponents. 

Nick Pivetta
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Josh Bell 1B, Nationals 

Entered the weekend with eight consecutive hits, and in June it was 34 to 95 (.358) with 7 home basemen, 18 RBIs, 15 runs and 1.142 OPS. 

John Gray SP, Rangers 

I haven't lost since June 7th. ERA is 1.40 and strikeout is 29-6, 3-0-walking rate at the last four starts and the average of .189 opponents. 

Big Wiff

Carlos Carrasco SP, Mets 

Lost 3 of the last 4 starts, 19 times Earned run of 17² / ₃ innings (9.68 ERA). The opponent hit 7 home runs in that span and .351 in 1.133 OPS. 

Mike Yastrzemski OF, Giants 

In just 8.5% of the time in June, he hit 34% of his turn at bat. He hits .168 with .603 OPS. 

Mike Yastrzemski
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Tarik Skubal SP, Tigers 

After progressing to 5-2 with an average of 2.33 ERA and .217 opponents in the first 11 starts, he averages 8.84 ERA and .325 opponents in the last four times. Is 0-4. 

Myles Straw OF, Guardians 

I haven't stolen the base since I stole them on June 7th — 77 to 10 (.130)) Recorded 20 strikeouts, .212 OBP, .381 OPS in the last 22 games. 

Check Swing

  • Aaron Nola is 4-1 with ERA of 2.28, strikeout walk rate of 53-4, average of opponents in the last 7 starts Is .207. Phillies. He has 3.57 ERA in 5 wins, 4.33 ERA, 1.96 ERA, 0.70 WHIP in 5 defeats, an average of .162 opponents, and 10.2 strikeouts per 9 without 6 decisions. 
  • The Blue Jays Alejandro Kirk smashed it in June to 29 to 85 (.341) with 7 home runs, 18 RBIs, 22 runs, 13-11 strikeouts and 1.086 OPS. His slugging percentage this month was 7th in majors, 11th on average, 7th in runs, 3rd in OPS and 2nd in OBP (.451). 
  • Phillies' Kyle Schwarber hit 27 RBIs, 27 runs and 12 home runs in 1.065 OPS (most in the majors) in 27 games last month. He also stole two bases and walked 15.6 percent of his at bats. 
  • The Rocky Mountains Brendan Rodgers hit .165 on May 8th, but in the last 44 games 6 home runs, 28 RBIs, 29 runs, 56 to 180 (.311) with .872 OPS. became. His average is .266. By Friday, he had hit at least one in nine of the last ten games and hit .381 at 1.091 OPS. 
  • After hitting 21 times in the previous 21 games until Friday, Padres catcher Jorge Alfaro hit .321 with 4 home runs, 14 RBIs and .931 OPS, of which at least 1 RBI in 16 games. Was recorded. 
  • Former Med Amed Rosario hit .360 with .887 OPS, 2 home runs, 12 RBIs, 21 runs and .887 OPS to the Guardians last month, as well as swiping 6th base. He has nine stolen bases during the season and is available on about 35% of ESPN League. 

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