Jay went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs during Sunday's win over Pittsburgh.

Jay now boasts an impressive .319 batting average and .393 on-base percentage for the year, and after Jason Heyward suffered a hand abrasion Sunday, the first-year Cub might see more at-bats for the immediate future. While his fantasy ceiling is low, Jay's fleeting uptick in playing time has his virtual value trending up. He's been solid when called upon this season, totaling 29 RBI and 26 runs through 216 plate appearances, so Jay holds some cross-category appeal.

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