Jesus Aguilar (1B - MIL) Aguilar clubbed his 17th homer of the season in the Brewers' 5-3 win over the Royals Tuesday. The veteran first baseman has been arguably the best waiver add of the season, slashing .302/.361/.615 with the 17 bombs, 51 RBI and 38 runs scored. Aguilar's metrics are impressive across the board. His 155 wRC+ shows how big of a role he has played in the Brewers' offense. His .405 wOBA further illustrates it and shows he has been doing much more than recording base hits. It is tough to say sell high on him since he just keeps hitting, so just keep him and ride the hot hand.
Christian Yelich (OF - MIL) Yelich helped by doing some yardwork in the Brewers' 5-1 win over the Royals Tuesday. On the season, Yelich has posted solid numbers all around. He is currently slashing .291/.366/.473 with 11 homers, 34 RBI, 52 runs scored and 10 stolen bases. Yelich is a top 15 outfielder, who is a solid contributor, especially in roto formats. His .362 wOBA is an indicator of his ability to hit for extra bases, along with his .350 BABIP. Yelich is a talented player, and is thriving by playing in a solid lineup, as well as a hitter friendly park.
Freddy Peralta (SP - MIL) The youngster ran his record to 3-0 as the Brewers topped the Royals with a 5-1 win. Peralta went seven innings, allowing no earned runs, on just one hit, while striking out 10 and walking just one. It has been an impressive four starts for the 22-year-old as he owns a 1.59 ERA, as well as a 35/9 K/BB ratio. Hitters own just a .154 BABIP against him, and he continues to strand 82.2% of baserunners. At his point, he is no longer a secret in fantasy, and is most likely owned in your league. If not, run to the wire and scoop him up.
Matt Carpenter (3B - STL) Carpenter was perfect at the plate in the Cardinals 11-2 win over the Indians Tuesday. The veteran was 5 for 5 on the day with two home runs, three RBI and five runs scored. Overall, Carpenter is slashing .259/.362/.511 with 15 home runs, 36 RBI and 45 runs scored. He has been hot as of late, with seven homers in his last 12 games, which is making owners forget about his slow start to the year. He remains a useful fantasy corner infielder, and one that could have been had a few weeks ago for pennies on the dollar.
Javier Baez (3B - CHC) The Cubs' slugger went 4 for 5 at the plate in the Cubs' 9-4 win over the Dodgers Tuesday. Baez's four hits included two home runs, one being a grand slam. He finished with five RBI and four runs scored on the day. Overall, he is slashing .276/.315/.555 with 16 homers, 56 RBI, 45 runs scored, and 12 steals. The main knock on his game is the 4.1% walk rate, but if he is producing counting stats at this clip, it is a much easier pill to swallow. Baez remains one of the top fantasy middle infielders in the game.
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