Joey Gallo, Texas Rangers - Joey Gallo made his return from the concussion DL Tuesday and returned to Joey Gallo form going 1-for-5 with a homer and a stolen base. Gallo now has 36 homers and 36 hits that aren't homers this season. Gallo's stolen base numbers are a pleasant surprise as he now has 7 steals this year which ties 2014 as his second highest total throughout the minors and the majors.
Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers - Elvis Andrus continues to have an outstanding season going 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles, a triple, and one RBI. His power numbers across the board have been nuts this year with a career high 16 homers and a .170 ISO while continuing the average jump we saw him start last season. If he continues this over the rest of the season and can do it next year as well he's one of the better SS options in fantasy.
Dylan Bundy, Baltimore Orioles - Dylan Bundy returned from the bereavement list Tuesday to toss one of the best games in baseball this season. He threw a complete game shutout for his 13th win of the season while striking out 12 batters and allowing just one hit. Bundy started the season hot, got cold, and then has turned it back on in the second half posting a 3.73 FIP thanks in part to a big jump in his strikeout rate up to 9.63 BEFORE this 12 strikeout game. He's also walking under two batters per nine which is far down from the first half where it was almost three per nine. He might be worth picking back up again.
Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox - The reports of Chris Sale's demise were greatly exaggerated. In classic sports fashion the media world started wondering if we should be worried about Sale and then he comes out and turns in a typical Chris Sale performance with seven shutout innings and 11 strikeouts. Sale has the inside route to winning the Cy Young this year and we'll look back and the two starts the proceeded this one were just a blip on his overall stat line.
Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins - Jose Berrios gets the White Sox on Wednesday and he has dominated them this year with 19 strikeouts and a .180 average against him. The Sox are also sluggin just .280 against him. The only damage the Sox have even done against him came in his last start where he allowed three runs and a homer.
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