Francisco Lindor
Indians' Francisco Lindor: Blasts pair of solo shots in Satuday victory
Francisco Lindor, SS, CLE
2:28 AM
News: Lindor went 2-for-4 with two solo homers in Saturday's 6-0 victory over the Tigers.

The talented shortstop's line is now up to .306/.365/.471 following Saturday's performance, which also marked his first multi-homer game of the season. Lindor had come in to Saturday having gone 0-for-10 in the previous three games, but was able to bounce back with what was eighth multi-hit effort of June. He's also now exceeded both his homer and RBI totals from May in the current month.

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Troy Tulowitzki
Blue Jays' Troy Tulowitzki: Continues to hit well following return from injury
Troy Tulowitzki, SS, TOR
1:50 AM
News: Tulowitzki went 2-for-5 with a double and two RBI in Saturday's 10-8 victory over the White Sox.

The veteran shortstop continued his solid hitting since returning from the DL. He plated Michael Saunders with a first-inning double, and brought Edwin Encarnacion home with a ninth-inning single for Toronto's tenth and final run of the day. Tulowitzki has managed to go 7-for-22 over the six games since his return, with three multi-hit efforts, two homers and five RBI.

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Carlos Correa
Astros' Carlos Correa: Leaves the yard Saturday
Carlos Correa, SS, HOU
6/25/2016
News: Correa went 2-for-4 with a double, a homer, a walk and two RBI Saturday at the Royals.

Correa's 12th blast of the year capped off a seven-run second inning that led the Astros to an easy road victory. He now has seven extra-base hits over his last four games to raise his slash line to .265/.363/.467.

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Jose Iglesias
Tigers' Jose Iglesias: Gets day off Friday
Jose Iglesias, SS, DET
6/24/2016
News: Iglesias is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Indians.

Andrew Romine will get the start at shortstop Friday as Iglesias gets his first day off since June 12. Iglesias has had a strong month of June altogether as he's slashed .351/.425/.468 while also providing top-notch defense from the shortstop position. He figures to rejoin the lineup Saturday following his rest day.

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Raul Mondesi
Royals' Raul Mondesi: To begin rehab assignment Saturday
Raul Mondesi, SS, KC
6/24/2016
News: Mondesi (suspension) will begin a rehab assignment at High-A Wilmington.

The highly-touted Mondesi is nearing a return from his 50-game PED suspension and he'll get back to game action Saturday. Once he gets a few games under his belt, Mondesi is expected to return to Double-A Northwest Arkansas on July 4 to resume his season. Mondesi was off to an excellent start to the season at the plate prior to his suspension, clubbing five home runs while racking up 11 stolen bases over his first 104 at-bats.

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Eduardo Nunez
Twins' Eduardo Nunez: Will get rest day on Thursday
Eduardo Nunez, SS, MIN
6/23/2016
News: Nunez is not in the lineup for Thursday's matchup with the Phillies.

Nunez hasn't taken a rest day since May 17, but will sit Thursday and let Eduardo Escobar start at shortstop and bat second. The right-handed hitter hasn't hit as well as he did in May, but he's still slashing a solid .313/.345/.472.

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Mauricio Dubon
Red Sox's Mauricio Dubon: Promoted to Double-A
Mauricio Dubon, SS, BOS
6/23/2016
News: Dubon has been promoted to Double-A Portland, SoxProspects.com's Chris Hatfield reports.

One of a handful of intriguing middle infielders in a stacked Red Sox system, Dubon has thrived at High-A, hitting .306 while going 24-for-28 on stolen-base attempts and posting a 25:33 K:BB in 278 plate appearances. There is no sign that he will ever hit for much power (he has one home run in 124 career games at High-A), but his defense, hit tool and speed should allow him to be a serviceable big leaguer down the road.

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Xander Bogaerts
Red Sox's Xander Bogaerts: Pushes average back over .350 with three hits
Xander Bogaerts, SS, BOS
6/22/2016
News: Bogaerts went 3-for-5 with a double, three RBI and a run against the White Sox on Wednesday.

His average briefly dipped under the .350 mark because he went 1-for-7 in the first two games of this series, but the studly shortstop got right back at it in this one. He's on pace to easily go 20-20 for the first time while contending for a batting title, making Bogaerts one of the most valuable players in all of fantasy. It would be no surprise to see him rack up some more hits Thursday, when the White Sox deploy the legendarily struggling James Shields against Bogaerts and his mates.

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Mike Aviles
Tigers' Mike Aviles: Not starting Wednesday
Mike Aviles, SS, DET
6/22/2016
News: Aviles is not in the starting lineup Wednesday as the Tigers take on the Mariners.

Aviles has struggled this season for the Tigers, hitting only .226 with two extra-base-hits. Over the last 30 days, he has shown signs of improvement, hitting .294 during that span. Aviles is a low-end utility player with very minimal offensive tools at this point in his career.

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Marcus Semien
Athletics' Marcus Semien: Collects three hits in victory
Marcus Semien, SS, OAK
6/22/2016
News: Semien went 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBI in Tuesday's game against the Brewers.

The fourth-year shortstop entered the game on a four-game hitless streak, but that came to an end with his second three-hit performance of the season. Semien is a fine player stuck in the thick of a bad lineup, thus his fantasy value is somewhat limited beyond his control. He's slashing .238/.305/.430 through 235 at-bats this season.

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