Mets' Jose Reyes: Collects four RBI in Sunday's rout
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(7:20 am ET) Reyes went 1-for-4 with two walks, a double, two runs scored and four RBI in Sunday's 17-0 rout of the Phillies.

It's been a tough September for Reyes, who's slashing .221/.316/.407 on the month through 86 at-bats, but the Mets will likely need him to have a big finish to the regular season if they're going to hang on to a wild card spot.

Giants' Eduardo Nunez: To get MRI Monday
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(9/25/2016) Nunez (strained right hamstring) will get a MRI on Monday and would not rule out returning Tuesday against the Rockies, the San Jose Mercury News' Andrew Baggarly reports.

The Giants are off Monday, so if Nunez returned Tuesday that would mean the hamstring strain didn't cost him any time. He doesn't believe the injury is serious, so it certainly sounds like a return before the end of the season is possible. Nunez suffered the injury while stealing his 40th base of the season Sunday.

Giants' Eduardo Nunez: Leaves with hamstring strain
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(9/25/2016) Nunez left Sunday's game with a right hamstring strain.

He went 2-for-4 with a run and a stolen base, his 40th of the season, but suffered the hamstring injury while swiping that base in the seventh inning. Conor Gillaspie figures to get the bulk of the work at third base while Nunez is sidelined, which could consist of the remainder of the regular season.

Padres' Yangervis Solarte: Returns to lineup Sunday
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(9/25/2016) Solarte is in the lineup Sunday against the Giants.

After his wife passed away, Solarte missed eight games. He'll return to San Diego's lineup Sunday, as he's set to start at third base and hit third against Ty Blach and the Giants.

Phillies' Maikel Franco: Homers again Saturday
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(9/25/2016) Franco went 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBI in a 10-8 win over the Mets on Saturday.

Franco has now homered in three straight games after not hitting one for more than a month. He's hitting .310/.355/.507 with the three homers and 15 RBI during the month of September.

Dodgers' Justin Turner: Goes 3-for-3 versus Rockies on Saturday
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(9/25/2016) Turner went 3-for-3 with two RBI, two runs, a stolen base and two walks in a 14-1 victory over the Rockies on Saturday.

The third baseman is 5-for-6 the last two nights since sitting out Thursday. He has multiple hits in three of his last five games. Turner is hitting .274 with 27 home runs, 89 RBI, 75 runs and four steals in 533 at-bats this season.

Pirates' Jung Ho Kang: Records three hits in loss to Nationals
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(9/25/2016) Kang snapped out of his slump, going 3-for-3 with two doubles versus the Nationals on Saturday.

Coming into Saturday, Kang was hitting .107 in his last 42 plate appearances. Prior to that, he was hitting .467 with seven bombs in the previous 14 games, so obviously, Kang has been very streaky since the middle of August. Overall, he is hitting .263 with 19 homers, 56 RBI and 43 runs in 293 at-bats this season.

Cardinals' Jhonny Peralta: Three hits, three runs in Saturday blowout
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(9/24/2016) Peralta went 3-for-4 with a walk and three runs in Saturday's 10-4 victory over the Cubs.

The veteran shortstop has started to come on as of late, now having hit safely in four of his last five contests. While Peralta has endured an injury-shortened season, he's managed to cobble together a serviceable .251/.299/.398 line over 259 at-bats, with 15 doubles, a triple, seven homers and 24 RBI.

Diamondbacks' Jake Lamb: Out of Saturday's lineup
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(9/24/2016) Lamb is out of the lineup Saturday against the Orioles.

The Diamondbacks will sit Lamb with southpaw Wade Miley on the hill for the O's. Brandon Drury will get the start at the keystone and hit sixth Saturday.

Marlins' Martin Prado: Out of lineup Saturday
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(9/24/2016) Prado is out of the lineup Saturday against the Braves, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.

Derek Dietrich will take over at the hot corner as Prado sits for the first time since late July. Prado has put together a fine campaign in his age-32 season, batting .308/.363/.418 with seven homers, 68 runs, 73 RBI and two steals, enough to put him inside the top-20 at third base in terms of earned fantasy value. However, he has slowed down a bit this month with 18 hits (zero home runs) in 76 September at-bats.

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