The 23-year-old, who's being given an extended shot to lock down a place in the Tigers' future, may have to take a breather over the next few days. Candelario holds a .294/.379/.459 line with three homers in his first 124 plate appearances for Detroit.
Ramirez led the Tribe on an 11-run rampage in an easy road victory. He's clobbered eight home runs this month, as he's been absolutely on fire at the dish, and he's certainly helping fantasy owners at the most important time of the season.
Frazier belted his 27th bomb of the season to provide the Yankees an insurance run in the eighth inning of a road victory. He's cranked out six homers this month, but aside from his ability to leave the yard, his batting average has been a liability for fantasy owners.
The Brewers were on the verge of losing their third extra-inning game in a row versus the Cubs, but Shaw's big fly turned a one-run deficit into a one-run lead and ended the game. Shaw now has totals of 31 home runs and 99 RBI on the season, and he will have seven more games this season to add to both numbers.
Sandoval has been heating up lately, going 8-for-15 (.533) with four extra-base hits and five RBI over his previous four starts, but he'll give way to Ryder Jones at first base against lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu.
Turner was held out Friday after suffering a bruised thumb the day before, and with the Dodgers needing only a couple wins to lock up home field advantage in the postseason, it's likely he will not play Saturday either. Logan Forsythe will make another start at third base in Turner's place.
Camargo will be held out Saturday after starting the last three games at first base. Rio Ruiz will man the hot corner in Camargo's place.
Diaz started regularly at third base to open the month, but he will open on the bench Saturday for the fourth day in a row while Giovanny Urshela gets another start at third base.
Urshela has usurped the starting third-base job from Yandy Diaz, at least for the time being it appears. He will hit eighth in the batting order Saturday against Mariners starter Andrew Moore.
Longoria's 353-foot shot to left in the third extended the Rays' lead to 5-2, serving as his first round tripper since Sept. 6. and only his third since the calendar flipped to August. The veteran third baseman has had a solid month at the plate despite the lack of pop (four extra-base hits over 80 plate appearances), hitting .284 and driving in 11 runs.