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Ty Montgomery BAL RB
Ravens' Ty Montgomery: Gains five yards in debut11m ago
Montgomery picked up five yards on a lateral play during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Montgomery took the lateral inside the red zone late in the third quarter from rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, setting up Gus Edwards' game-tying touchdown run. It wasn't a spectacular debut and Montgomery certainly doesn't fit the Ravens' mold of big-bodied backs, but the play showed that Montgomery can add dimensions to a Jackson-led offense, like option plays, to go along with his receiving ability. Keep an eye on whether its Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center Sunday against Oakland, a team ranked 25th in the league with 4.8 yards per opponent carry.
Javorius Allen BAL RB
Ravens' Javorius Allen: Held to two yards25m ago
Allen carried the ball once for a two-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Allen can't blame his uneventful day on the insertion of a run-first quarterback and sudden emergence of rookie Gus Edwards, but they certainly didn't help. Allen now has just six carries since Week 6. He had kept his value up as a receiver, with 14 catches in his previous four games, but that worth might be diluted if Jackson continues to play in place of Joe Flacco (hip). Allen's value is probably low as a runner no matter what, but keep an eye on the quarterback situation to see if Allen is likely to see a couple of passes come his way. Sunday brings a Raiders defense ranked 17th in opponent passing yards at 245 per game.
Chris Moore BAL WR
Ravens' Chris Moore: Totals 22 yards27m ago
Moore caught his lone target for a gain of 14 and added an eight-yard run during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Sunday, despite the change at quarterback, was more of the same for Moore, who has caught two or fewer passes in seven of his last eight games. In theory, if Lamar Jackson and a run-heavy attack continues in place of Joe Flacco (hip), Moore's susceptible to even less usage, but he's probably not worth turning to regardless, even against a mediocre Oakland pass defense Sunday.
Mark Andrews BAL TE
Ravens' Mark Andrews: Targeted once29m ago
Andews caught his lone target for a 19-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Coming into Sunday, the rookie tight end had been targeted at least four times in three of his previous four games. That went away as Baltimore went run-heavy with fellow rookie Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Andrews is probably the member of the Ravens' deep tight-end corps most likely to produce in the passing game on any given week, but whether its Lamar Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) Sunday against the Raiders obviously impacts his potential opportunities and value. The situation is worth monitoring.
Nick Boyle BAL TE
Ravens' Nick Boyle: Comes down with four catches31m ago
Boyle hauled in all four of his targets for a total of 36 yards during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Boyle was one of the few targets in Baltimore that benefited from Lamar Jackson's start as he nabbed a season-high four catches. Still, the fourth-year player wasn't able to turn those into big gains - no completion going for more than 16 yards. Boyle's level of production in the passing game sets a fairly low bar and, even if Jackson starts in Joe Flacco's (hip) stead again, he's unlikely to be able to capitalize on a solid matchup against a Raiders defense that has been mediocre against the pass this season.
Troymaine Pope SEA RB
Troymaine Pope: Released from practice sqaud32m ago
Pope was released from the Seahawks' practice squad Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Pope joined the team's practice squad in early November as he had previous stints with the team, but the running back depth is apparently no longer needed with J.D. McKissic (foot) nearing a return. The Jacksonville State product hasn't seen game action since 2016 with the Jets and Seahawks.
Kelby Tomlinson SF 2B
Diamondbacks' Kelby Tomlinson: Signs minors deal with Arizona17m ago
Tomlinson signed a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks that includes an invitation to spring training, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
Tomlinson has served the Giants in a Quadruple-A utility role for the last four seasons, but struggled mightily in 2018 with a .207/.265/.264 slash line in 140 at-bats. The 28-year-old has never exceeded 200 at-bats in the majors and that seems unlikely to change with Arizona in 2019, especially with Eduardo Escobar signing a $21 million extension in October.
Johnny Field MIN RF
Cubs' Johnny Field: Moves to minors2h ago
Field went unclaimed on waivers Tuesday and was sent outright to Triple-A Iowa.
Field was claimed off waivers by the Cubs at the start of November and will remain in the organization after being removed from the 40-man roster last week. The 26-year-old should provide outfield depth for the Cubs next season after posting a .222/.254/.403 slash line over 83 games in his rookie campaign with the Rays and Twins.
Jerry Vasto KC RP
Cubs' Jerry Vasto: Sent to minors2h ago
Vasto cleared waivers Tuesday and was assigned outright to Triple-A Iowa.
Vasto was claimed off waivers by the Cubs at the end of October, but apparently went unclaimed after being waived this time around. The 26-year-old may have a chance in spring training to reclaim a spot on the 40-man roster after posting a 3.08 ERA and 1.34 WHIP at the Triple-A level with he Rockies and Royals in 2018.
Hoby Milner TB RP
Rays' Hoby Milner: Removed from 40-man roster2h ago
Milner was designated for assignment by the Rays on Tuesday.
The move comes as the Rays added numerous prospects to their 40-man roster in order to protect them from the Rule 5 draft. Milner saw only 7.1 major-league innings (14 appearances) between Philadelphia and Tampa Bay in 2018, and allowed eight runs (six earned) on five walks and nine hits, including three home runs.
Oliver Drake MIN RP
Rays' Oliver Drake: DFA'd by Rays2h ago
Drake was designated for assignment by Tampa Bay on Tuesday.
Drake was claimed by the Rays at the start of November and has now spent time with six organizations in 2018. The 31-year-old totaled a 5.29 ERA and 1.45 WHIP across 47.2 major-league innings this season.
Christian Villanueva SD 3B
Christian Villanueva: Joining Yomiuri Giants2h ago
Villanueva (finger) was sold to the Yomiuri Giants of Nippon Professional Baseball in Japan on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.
It was originally reported that Villanueva was headed to the Hanshin Tigers, but he was actually sold to the Giants. The 27-year-old had a hot start with San Diego this season, but ended up with a .236/.299/.450 slash line before a broken finger ended his season in August. The Padres will instead look to their younger infield options, namely top prospect Fernando Tatis.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander LAC PG
Clippers' Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: Fills stat sheet in Tuesday's loss2h ago
Gilgeous-Alexander accumulated 17 points (6-11 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 4-5 FT), three rebounds, three assists, three steals, and one block in 29 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 loss to the Wizards.
Gilgeous-Alexander delivered a little bit of everything, including a career high in steals. The rookie has not been immune to inconsistent play, but he has scored at least 16 points in five of the last seven games while earning the starting point guard job on a team with no shortage of veteran depth at the position.
Tobias Harris LAC SF
Clippers' Tobias Harris: Scores season-high 29 points2h ago
Harris had 29 points (12-21 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 1-2 FT), nine rebounds, and one assist in 37 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 loss to the Wizards.
Harris finished with a season high in scoring while recording at least eight rebounds for the eighth straight game. His contributions outside of scoring, rebounding, and three-point shooting have been (and will likely continue to be) minimal, but Harris provides more than enough in those categories alone to make him a highly valuable player across all formats.
Danilo Gallinari LAC SF
Clippers' Danilo Gallinari: Struggles in Tuesday's loss2h ago
Gallinari registered three points (0-8 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 3-3 FT), five rebounds, and five assists in 28 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 loss to the Wizards.
Gallinari returned to the starting lineup after missing Monday's matchup with the Hawks due to an illness. It's unclear whether Gallinari was still affected by that in this one, though it seems at least a little bit likely. However, he'll now have a few days to rest up for Friday's tilt with the Grizzlies.
Patrick Beverley LAC PG
Clippers' Patrick Beverley: Plays 21 minutes in Tuesday's loss2h ago
Beverley contributed six points (2-5 FG, 2-4 3Pt), five rebounds, five assists, and one block in 21 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 loss to the Wizards.
Beverley joined the reserve unit with Danilo Gallinari (illness) back in the lineup and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Avery Bradley holding down the starting backcourt spots. Beverley has seen considerably less minutes over these last two games (40 minutes combined compared to over 26 minutes per game prior) since Bradley returned from a six-game absence with an ankle injury. However, Beverley's ability to defend the point of attack and provide playmaking and three-point shooting will likely continue to earn him decent minutes going forward.
Otto Porter Jr. WAS SF
Wizards' Otto Porter: Matches career high in rebounding2h ago
Porter provided 11 points (4-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 14 rebounds, two assists, two steals, and one block in 38 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 win over the Clippers.
Porter matched his career high in rebounding and posted his second double-double of the season in what was his most inspired and well-rounded performance through the first month of 2018-19. Moreover, Porter hadn't reached 30 minutes in any of the last six games, so this effort was a welcome sight for fantasy owners.
Thomas Bryant WAS C
Wizards' Thomas Bryant: Plays 19 minutes in Tuesday's start2h ago
Bryant contributed seven points (3-5 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, one assist, and one block in 19 minutes during Tuesday's 125-118 win over the Clippers.
Bryant drew the start with Dwight Howard (lower body) sidelined. Still, Wizards coach Scott Brooks mostly opted for smaller lineups, leaving Bryant on the bench for the majority of the matchup. Even if Bryant draws another start during Friday's matchup with the Raptors, he's merely a dart throw in daily leagues.
Kyle Palmieri NJ RW
Devils' Kyle Palmieri: On pace for best year yet35m ago
Palmieri has 11 goals and 20 points in 19 games this season.
Palmieri has found success on the power play again with five goals and four assists on the unit. His current pace is a career-high 86 points, even though his 19.3 percent shooting rate is bound to regress as the season goes on. Nevertheless, he's leading the teams in goals and points and is second in hits (35), making him a well-rounded fantasy asset moving forward.
Kenny Agostino MON LW
Canadiens' Kenny Agostino: Pots first as Hab3h ago
Agostino scored a goal on two shots along with two hits and a minor penalty in Monday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Capitals.
The goal was Agostino's first as a member of the Canadiens. He'll get more chances to build on that goal as both Paul Byron (lower body) and Joel Armia (knee) are sidelined, but Agostino needs to be more active. A prolific offensive player in the AHL, Agostino has just seven shots on net in six games with Montreal.
Mike Reilly MON D
Canadiens' Mike Reilly: Scores in return3h ago
Reilly returned to the lineup after being a healthy scratch for two games and scored a goal in Monday's 5-4 overtime loss to Washington.
Reilly showed great patience after picking up a loose puck and kept skating toward the net before lifting the puck over the shoulder of Washington's Pheonix Copley. He was back in a top-four role after being handed a two-game scratch following a tough night in Edmonton last week when he was minus-3 and manhandled by the Oilers' hulking forwards.
Sidney Crosby PIT C
Penguins' Sidney Crosby: Closing in on return5h ago
Crosby (upper body) practiced Tuesday and could play Wednesday against Dallas, Wes Crosby of NHL.com reports.
Crosby has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, however, head coach Mike Sullivan told reporters the 31-year-old "looks pretty close [to returning]". The Penguins, meanwhile, would certainly welcome their captain's return, having lost nine of their last 10 games. Sid the Kid, limited to 16 games this season, has eight goals and 19 points.
David Perron STL RW
Blues' David Perron: November slump6h ago
Perron has one assist and 12 shots on goal in nine November games.
After a hot start with five goals and five assists in the first 10 games -- all in October -- the calendar flipped to November and Perron went ice cold. Perron's slump is consistent with the Blues, who have a 4-5-0 record and are averaging 2.2 goals per game during that stretch. With that, the Blues fired bench boss Mike Yeo and replaced him with interim coach Craig Berube, and that may spark an offensive surge for the team.
Drew Doughty LA D
Kings' Drew Doughty: Needs to get going6h ago
Doughty has just one assist in his last seven games and has posted a minus-6 rating over that span.
The Kings sit last in the NHL with 15 points, meanwhile, Doughty, the team's captain, has managed a goal and just 10 points a quarter of the way through the regular season. The two-time Olympian's only marker came back on Oct. 25 and since then, the 28-year-old blueliner has recorded just six helpers. Los Angeles needs more from No. 8 (as do his fantasy owners).