There's a full slate of games on the major league schedule for Wednesday, June 17. Here are some takeaways from the announced starting lineups to help you make those final DFS decisions. Remember, you should also refer to this Twitter list for late-breaking injury news and lineup updates.
Note: All times listed are Eastern time.
With the DH back in play for the Yankees, Alex Rodriguez is back in the lineup tonight after sitting out the two previous games in Miami.
Adam Jones missed out on all of the home run fun Tuesday for the Orioles as he dealt with “overall soreness” after diving for a ball earlier this week. He remains out of the lineup tonight.
Chase Utley is back at his more familiar second base tonight after the veteran filled in at first base, with Ryan Howard as the Phillies’ DH on Tuesday. With the move of this series to Philadelphia, an encore of that combination isn’t possible.
While Joey Butler could certainly be moved to left field and still start tonight for the Rays, the lack of a DH in Washington means somebody will have to sit and Butler is the odd man out of the lineup for Tampa Bay tonight.
Michael Cuddyer missed two out of the last three games for the Mets, but he's back in the lineup tonight batting in the cleanup spot.
Jay Bruce, who got a chance to have a mini day off yesterday as the Reds’ DH, and is back in the cleanup spot tonight.
Miguel Montero left yesterday’s game early, but that was the result of an ejection for arguing pitch location and should not and is scratched from today's lineup due to back spasms. Kyle Schwarber gets the nod at DH, while David Ross fills in as catcher.
Both Dustin Pedroia and Hanley Ramirez were out of the Red Sox lineup on Tuesday, but both are back in the lineup tonight.. Brock Holt is hitting second, and with no DH in Atlanta, David Ortiz is out of the lineup.
Andrelton Simmons (hand) remains out of the lineup tonight, meaning he will miss his second-straight game.