Fantasy Baseball Today: Vinnie Pasquantino’s delayed heater plus Miles Mikolas crushed at Coors

Happy Wednesday everyone! If you were looking to find out the worst individual start of any pitcher during the 2022 season, you probably don’t have to look any further than Tuesday night’s action. We hate to start this on a negative note, but just think of the fantasy managers who had hitters in their lineups facing Miles Mikolas on Tuesday.

So how exactly did Mikolas make history? By giving up 10 earned runs on 14 hits in just 2 2/3 innings, we witnessed the first time in MLB history that a pitcher gave up at least 14 hits, at least 10 runs, and did it all in fewer than three innings. of work. This is the worst start we’ve seen to 2022 for sure, and it’s hard to imagine it going much worse.

Mikolas’ ERA jumps from 2.92 to 3.50 and these Rocky Mountains benefited more from his outburst: CJ Cron had his 23rd homer and five more RBIs, Randal Grichuk went 5-for-5 with his 12th homer, three runs and three RBIs and Brendan Rodgers had four hits and three runs.

Below, we’ll break down some other key takeaways from Tuesday’s action. But first, make sure you stay on top of everything that’s happening at CBSSports.com/Fantasy. Scott White’s Dynasty Stockwatch took a deep dive into the players who have lost, gained, or held value in Dynasty. you will find that here. And don’t miss Scott’s strong new Lead Report with guys who can make an impact down the stretch.

Vinnie P down the stretch!

vinnie pasquantino was one of the highest-profile calls this season as one of the top pure-hitting prospects in the game, but the royalty The young slugger hadn’t been sizzling at the plate, until recently. Vinny P had a double dong in Tuesday’s doubleheader as he collected three hits in seven at-bats. Slowly but surely, he’s improving his numbers with five home runs and a .237 batting average in 37 games. Vinny P is only 53% down the roster after the slow start, and Scott made a strong case for why he can turn this little heater into a longer heater. the FBT pod — and we agree. If it’s on your waiver cable, pick it up now.

Peralta improves in second start behind

freddy peralta started to look a little more like himself in his second start back from his extended IL trip Tuesday night. Peralta pitched five innings against the Ray and allowed two hits, two earned runs, and zero walks. He struck out four on 65 pitches and, overall, had excellent command of the outing. His fastball speed remains down from last season, and the same can be said for his speed on his slider and curveball. But with the exception of two errors in all, it was tough getting to Peralta on Tuesday, and I expect more of the same going forward as the brewers build a backup of your pitch count.

who shot

We had a good old-fashioned pitching duel between the yankees Y sailors on Tuesday. gerrit col he got back on track by pitching seven shutout innings with zero walks. He allowed five hits but struck out eight. On the other hand, newly acquired louis castle he pitched eight scoreless innings on his own. He allowed three hits, two walks, struck out seven Yankees and induced 20 strikes. The change of scenery seems to be a very, very good thing for Castillo.

who is not

lance lynn He looked like he might be getting back on track in his last outing, but he just can’t seem to string together back-to-back quality outings. On Tuesday, it was bad Lynn. Lynn allowed four earned runs, seven hits and a walk in six innings of work against the Royals. Her ERA for the year now jumps to 5.88.

Fantasy news, injuries and notes.

For a full rundown of every injury, update, and more, make sure you’re locked into the Fantasy Baseball Podcast Today where Frank, Scott, and Chris dig into every player note. For the CliffsNotes release, we’ll recap the most important news and notes you need to know here:

  • bryce harp He hasn’t regained as much flexibility in his thumb as expected and isn’t ready to face pitchers just yet. Recent reports had Harper returning in September.
  • july rodriguez He is expected to return this Friday. She has been out since July 31 with pain in her right wrist.
  • Tim Anderson he was placed on the IL with a torn ligament in his left hand and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks.
  • Trevor’s story he’s swinging a bat again, which is a positive step forward with that small fracture in his right wrist. He remains without a calendar for now.
  • houck tanner was placed on the IL with low back swelling, retroactive to August 6.
  • Turn on the random baseball injury alarm! chris sale underwent season-ending surgery Monday to repair a broken wrist sustained in a bike accident over the weekend. the red stockings he said he “should” be ready for spring training next season.
  • Jack Flaherty he will begin a rehab assignment at Triple-A on Wednesday.
  • After a bit of optimism, it turned out that antonio rizzo he was out again Tuesday for the fifth straight game.
  • jesse winker he was not in the lineup Tuesday after leaving Monday’s game with back spasms.
  • Francis Reyes was thrown right into the puppies fifth batting lineup on Tuesday.
  • matt carpenter he was placed on the IL with a fracture in his foot. Miguel Andujar was remembered.
  • orlando arcia heads to the IL with a hamstring strain.
  • Sixto Sanchez he will pitch two innings in a simulated game on Saturday, but is not expected to return this season.

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