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Conor Jackson, OF, Arizona Diamondbacks
Jackson is back in action
Jackson was activated from the DL Sunday. The 28-year-old didn't impress much before hitting the sidelines but reached base in all 11 games for which he was healthy. Co-Jack boasts top-notch contact and walk rates hitting near the top of a scorching lineup; his 20-homer, 80-RBI potential would fit well as a No. 5 mixed outfielder.
Shallow mixed: Watch
Deep mixed: Watch
Jody Gerut, OF, Milwaukee Brewers
Carlos Gomez (rotator cuff) has a strained rotator cuff in his left shoulder, and his baseball activities have been halted. Gerut, who hit for the cycle Saturday, might be in line for more PT if Gomez were to miss more time, especially since he can play every outfield spot; Jim Edmonds' early-season shine has dulled, and Corey Hart remains shaky.
In two straight years of regaining some roto relevance, Gerut proved vulnerable against lefties but made for a decent straight platoon fantasy player. A similar capacity with expanded playing time could buttress your deep outfield.
Shallow mixed: Pass
Deep mixed: Watch
About Tim Heaney
Tim's work has been featured by USA Today/Sports Weekly, among numerous outlets, and recognized as a finalist in the Fantasy Sports Writers Association awards. The Boston University alum competes in Tout Wars and LABR and has won several industry leagues in both baseball and football.
During baseball and football season, hear him every Wednesday on 1570 AM WNST in Baltimore. On Thursdays, he visits 106.1 FM WMTI in New Orleans and Sirius XM Fantasy Sports Radio, where he often crashes other shows, as well.
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