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No. 10-The White Sox took the loss on Tuesday against the Indians. The White Sox were unable to get their offense going. All three of their runs were the result of solo home runs. Paul Konerko, Dyan Viciedo, and A.J. Pierzynski all went deep for the Sox.
No. 9-Pedro Alvarez has had a very bumpy season this year but he managed to hit his 30th home run of the season on Tuesday. Alvarez has the ability to contribute to your team if he can get his average up.
No. 8-While Emilio Bonifacio has spent a large chunk of the season on the disabled list, the Marlins have managed to find another utility man extraordinaire in Donovan Solano. Solano has played all over the place and on Tuesday he hit his first two home runs of the season. Solano would have fantasy value next season if Bonifacio goes down again or if he is able to claim a full time job in spring training.
No. 7-Anibal Sanchez has been hot and cold all season, but Tuesday was one of his strongest outings of the season. Sanchez tossed a complete game, shutout striking out ten batters in the win.
No. 6-The Braves moved Kris Medlen up in the rotation on Tuesday to set him up for the start in the playoff play in game. Medlen pitched well going seven innings while allowing three earned runs in the no decision. Medlen has been a great addition to many fantasy pitching staffs in the second half and he will be highly sought after going in to next season.
No. 5-David Price turned in another stellar outing on Tuesday striking out thirteen batters in the complete game win. The win marked Price's nineteenth win and he should have a shot at his first 20-win season with another start before the season ends.
No. 4-David Wright has quietly had a solid season. Wright hit his twentieth home run on Tuesday and with a phenomenal finish he could finish up the season with 100 runs batted in to go with his .300 batting average.
No. 3-Aroldis Chapman found his way back to the closer slot for the Reds on Tuesday picking up his thirty-sixth save on the season. The Reds will likely loook to limit Chapman the rest of the season, but they also want him ready for a playoff run.
No. 2-Derek Jeter has been able to battle through a sore ankle and with his performance on Tuesday he ran his hitting streak to nineteen games. Despite all the the miles Jeter has on him he is still a capable fantasy contributor at this stage of his career.
No. 1-Johnny Cueto doesn't get the same notice as many aces, but this season he has been every bit as effective. Cueto earned his nineteenth win of the season and will look to cap the season off as a twenty game winner in his last outing of the season.
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