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Brandon Wood, 3B/SS, Los
Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Erick Aybar (sports hernia) will miss the rest of the season, meaning that Wood is in line for regular at-bats - like he has received in the club's past four games. He's 2-for-15 with a homer and seven strikeouts in that stretch. He has obviously disappointed with his .157 batting average and four home runs in 204 at-bats.
It seems unlikely that the Angels will commit to Wood as an everyday player, but they have a couple of weeks to evaluate him a bit more ... if they stick with him.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Pass
Phil Coke, RP, Detroit Tigers
Jim Leyland will let Coke close while Jose Valverde (shoulder) is out indefinitely. Coke has had his fair share of issues with walks, and he's a riskier play on the road. He's at home this week, but don't rule out appearances from potential closer-in-waiting Ryan Perry. Maybe you need someone like Coke who could pick up a save or three.
Shallow mixed: Watch
Deep mixed: Consider
About Nicholas Minnix
Minnix is baseball editor and a fantasy football analyst at KFFL. He plays in LABR and Tout Wars and won the FSWA Baseball Industry Insiders League in 2010.
The University of Delaware alum is a regular guest on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and Baltimore's WNST AM 1570.
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