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Phillies | Ben Revere returns to the lineup

Mon, 06 Jul 2015 15:50:20 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere (hamstring) is leading off against Los Angeles Dodgers RP Yimi Garcia Monday, July 6.

Fantasy Tip: Revere ($3,800, 7.6% of cap) only missed a game with the injury, and he is riding an extended hot streak. Over his past 28 games, Revere has a .364/.393/.477 slash line with 20 runs and nine stolen bases. He should be viewed as a high-risk, high-reward start for FantasyScore contests Monday.

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Phillies | Ben Revere could return Monday

Sun, 05 Jul 2015 18:22:32 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere (hamstring) said his right hamstring injury is minor, and he could be back in the lineup Monday, July 6, against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Fantasy Tip: Revere ($4,100, 8.2% of cap) has been red hot the last month, but with speed being a big part of his game, it is wise to avoid him at FantasyScore until it is clear the hamstring injury isn't stopping him from stealing bases.

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Phillies | Ben Revere out Sunday

Sun, 05 Jul 2015 07:20:03 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is out of the lineup Sunday, July 5, against the Atlanta Braves. OF Odubel Herrera will start in center field and hit out of the leadoff spot against RHP Shelby Miller.

Fantasy Tip: Herrera ($3,200, 6.4% of cap) is hitting .262 against right-handed pitchers, and he has hit all three of his home runs against righties. Herrera can be used in GPP tournaments on FantasyScore.

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Phillies | Ben Revere sitting out Thursday

Thu, 02 Jul 2015 12:07:01 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is not in the starting lineup Thursday, July 2. OF Odubel Herrera is starting in center field and hitting leadoff against Milwaukee Brewers SP Matt Garza.

Fantasy Tip: Herrera ($3,200, 6.4% of cap) is a low-end flyer as a sleeper on FantasyScore as he draws the start today. Herrera is only hitting .250 (45-for-180) against right-handers this year but does have both of his home runs against them.

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Phillies | Ben Revere likes warm weather

Sat, 27 Jun 2015 19:08:48 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is hitting .374 in June, and he said that it is tough for him to play in the cooler months of April and May when he is a .243 hitter for his career.

Fantasy Tip: Revere ($3,400, 6.8% of cap) has 11 hits and seven runs scored in his last five games alone, and he has 40 runs scored and 18 steals for the year. He makes a solid No. 3 outfielder at FantasyScore while he is swinging a hot bat.

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Phillies | Ben Revere sitting vs. Nats

Fri, 26 Jun 2015 14:28:30 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is not in the starting lineup Friday, June 26. OF Odubel Herrera is playing center field and leading off against Washington Nationals SP Max Scherzer Friday.

Fantasy Tip: Against Scherzer, there is no reason to turn to Herrera ($3,200, 6.4% of cap) at FantasyScore Friday. Revere ($3,400, 6.8% of cap) is posting another solid fantasy season in the stolen base (18) and batting average (.292) category, and he remains a solid low-end option in all leagues.

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Phillies | Ben Revere on the bench

Tue, 16 Jun 2015 13:10:03 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is not in the starting lineup against Baltimore Orioles SP Chris Tillman Tuesday, June 16. OF Odubel Herrera will start in center field and is batting second in the lineup.

Fantasy Tip: Revere ($3,400, 6.8% of cap) likely is receiving a day off and should return to the lineup in the near future. Herrera ($3,200, 6.4% of cap) has six hits in the last seven games and two RBI in that span. Owners could consider using Herrera in their lineup, but there are likely better options to use.

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Phillies | Odubel Herrera starting Saturday

Sat, 13 Jun 2015 12:50:38 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Odubel Herrera will start in center field in place of OF Ben Revere Saturday, June 13.

Fantasy Tip: Herrera ($3,200, 6.4% of cap) isn't the worst outfield play today if you want to spend more at other positions on FantasyScore. It's a risky proposition starting anyone against Gerrit Cole this season, however, so roster him at your own risk.

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Mariners | Ben Revere drawing Seattle's interest

Thu, 11 Jun 2015 08:52:19 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere has drawn trade interest from the Seattle Mariners, even after they acquired OF Mark Trumbo.

Fantasy Tip: Revere ($3,400, 6.8% of cap) got off to a rough start, but he's up to .270 with 12 steals on the season. Revere has more traditional value than daily value, and he's a fringe OF option on FantasyScore.

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Phillies | Ben Revere sitting Wednesday

Wed, 03 Jun 2015 11:35:54 -0700

Philadelphia Phillies OF Ben Revere is not in the starting lineup Wednesday, June 3. OF Jeff Francoeur is starting in right field and hitting second in the batting order against Cincinnati Reds SP Mike Leake.

Fantasy Tip: Francoeur ($2,100, 4.2% of cap) isn't someone to hang your hat on at FantasyScore, even if he's hitting second in the lineup and facing a pitcher who has allowed at least five earned runs in his last three outings.

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