Braves' Charlie Culberson: Three hits in start at keystone
Culberson got the start at second base and hit second in Sunday's loss to the Nationals, going 3-for-5.
He was caught stealing, but otherwise it was another surprisingly strong performance from the 29-year-old utility player, who now boasts a career-best .778 OPS on the year, better than he managed in 142 games over two seasons with the Rockies. With Ozzie Albies battling a hamstring injury, Culberson could be in line for more work at the keystone this week, making him a potentially useful DFS option.
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