Mike Yastrzemski homered while going 2-for-3 in a loss Saturday to the Diamondbacks.
Geraldo Perdomo drove in a pair of runs Saturday in a victory for Arizona over the Giants.
Framber Valdez gave up seven runs -- four earned -- in 5 1/3 innings in a no-decision against the Orioles on Saturday.
Mike Baumann gave up two runs in his four innings of work Saturday in a start against the Astros.
Ryan Pressly allowed a run but still picked up a save against the Orioles on Saturday.
Félix Bautista gave up four runs while blowing a save Saturday against the Astros.
Jose Altuve homered and scored three runs Saturday in a close win over the Orioles.
Vinnie Pasquantino hit a two-run homer in a loss Saturday to the Mariners.
Andrés Muñoz pitched a scoreless inning to pick up a save Saturday against the Royals.
Logan Gilbert gave up five runs in as many innings Saturday in a no-decision against the Royals.
Kris Bubic didn't factor into the decision Saturday in his start against the Mariners while allowing three runs in 4 2/3 innings.
Thomas Szapucki struck out a batter in his two innings of work before leaving with a trainer before the eighth inning
Szapucki looked fine in his first two innings of work but before he embarked on his third inning of relief, manager Gabe Kapler and trainers came to talk to him and he made a quick exit. The team should provide more information soon.
Matt Reynolds went 1-for-3 and drove in a run as the Reds were clobbered by the Brewers on Saturday night in Cincinnati.
Reynolds delivered a run-scoring single off of Corbin Burnes in the seventh inning, but all that did was put a Band-Aid on a stab wound -- trimming the Reds deficit to seven runs at 9-2. On the season now, the 31-year-old infielder is hitting .254/.323/.344 with three homers, 22 RBI and five stolen bases in 253 plate appearances.
Corbin Burnes delivered a strong performance in Saturday night's victory over the Reds, striking out eight batters over 6 1/3 innings of two-run baseball.
The reigning National League Cy Young award winner allowed just four hits and three walks on the evening. He allowed an RBI single to Alejo Lopez in the opening inning, then kept the Reds offense at bay until Matt Reynolds smacked a run-scoring single in the seventh. It was a nice bounce-back effort for Burnes after he was crushed by the Mets his last time out. He got 16 whiffs on 102 pitches in the contest, posting a CSW of 26 percent. He'll carry a 3.11 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 231/51 K/BB ratio (191 innings) into Friday's showdown against the Marlins.
Rowdy Tellez slugged his 33rd home run of the season on Saturday night as the Brewers routed the Reds in Cincinnati.
Tellez put the cherry on top of this victory for the Brewers, belting a 384-foot solo shot off of position plater Alejo Lopez in the ninth inning. He also singled and rode home on Hunter Renfroe's two-run shot in the fourth inning, then walked and rode home on Renfroe's other two-run shot in the fifth. Tellez finished the night 2-for-4 and is now hitting .223/.311/.465 with career-highs of 33 homers and 86 RBI on the season.
Omar Narvaez went 2-for-4 and drove in a run on Saturday night as the Brewers topped the Reds in Cincinnati.
Narvaez delivered a run-scoring single off of Reds starter Graham Ashcraft in the fourth inning -- extending the Brewers lead to 3-1. With the two-hit effort, the 30-year-old backstop is now slashing a disappointing .216/.299/.320 with four homers and 23 RBI in 281 plate appearances on the season.
Gary Sánchez homered and drove in four runs Saturday in a win over the Angels.
Sánchez drove in three of his runs with a three-run blast off of Mike Mayers in the sixth inning; the 15th time he's gone deep this season. He also had a sac fly in the first. Sanchez hasn't really shown much offensive upside in 2022 despite the homers with a borderline unplayable slash of .209/.279/.380.
Reid Detmers gave up five runs -- four earned -- in just four innings of work against the Twins on Saturday while picking up a loss.
That's the eighth loss of the season for Detmers against six wins. The southpaw has been up-and-down all year, and followed a solid start on Sunday against Seattle with a disappointing -- at best -- effort a little less than a week later. Detmers has long-term promise, but is a tough arm to trust at this stage in his career. He'll make what could be his last start of the year next Saturday against the Rangers.
Joe Ryan didn't factor into the decision while allowing three runs in four innings in Saturday's start against the Angels.
Ryan had issues with control, as he walked three. He also was able to miss some bats with five strikeouts, but not enough to make it a quality fantasy outing. Ryan has mostly been solid in his rookie campaign, but hasn't necessarily ended the year on a high note. He'll be back for one of his final starts -- possibly the finale -- next weekend against the Tigers.
William Contreras went 3-for-4 with a solo homer in Saturday's win against the Phillies.
Phillies starter, Bailey Falter, got the 24-year-old to swing and miss in the first but later answered with a 403-foot bomb to right center field to give Atlanta a 2-0 lead in the top of the third inning. He would smack a single to center field, bringing home Orlando Arcia and extending the Braves' lead by six runs. Contreras and Travis d'Arnaud have been splitting time behind the dish and when not catching, the youngster has been the Braves designated hitter. Fantasy managers should expect the same timeshare as both players are expected to be on Atlanta's starting roster going into next year.