Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
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Runs
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Home Runs
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Runs Batted In
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Base on Balls (Walk)
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Stolen Bases
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Batting Average
2017 .000
2016 16 6 25 12 .261
2015 19 3 15 13 .310
3y Avg. 32 9 41 20 .302

Fantasy News

  • Justin Morneau: Will retire, join Twins as special assistant

    Morneau accepted a position Monday as a special assistant in the Twins front office, effectively ending his playing career, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. The 36-year-old Morneau had been hopeful to keep his career going during the 2017 season, but was unable to find an opportunity. He'll now officially hang up his cleats after 14 MLB seasons with the Twins, Pirates, Rockies and White Sox and retire with a lifetime .281/.348/.481 batting line and 247 home runs. It's no surprise that he'll choose to remain around the game as a member of the Twins organization, with whom he spent his first 11 seasons, highlighted by an AL MVP-winning campaign in 2006.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of lineup Saturday

    Morneau is out of the lineup Saturday against the Twins, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. With lefty Hector Santiago due up for Minnesota, Morneau will head to the bench, affording Avisail Garcia a start at DH. Morneau, who will be a free agent again this winter, figures to back in there to face right-hander Jose Berrios in Sunday's season finale.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Homers in win over Rays

    Morneau homered and knocked in three in a 2-for-3 game Monday against the Rays. Morneau was hitting a brutal .224/.296/.306 without a home run in 14 games in September before Monday's slump-busting performance. He owns just a .258/.296/.437 line on the year. Morneau has already said he is undecided on his playing status for 2017, and his performance this year hasn't suggested he has much left in the tank.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Hopes to return Monday

    Morneau (neck) said he hopes to return to the lineup Monday, the Chicago Tribune reports. Morneau has missed nearly a week after tweaking his oft-troublesome neck during batting practice. Morneau also said he is undecided about playing in 2017.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Sidelined again Saturday

    Morneau (neck) remains out of the lineup for Saturday's tilt with the Royals, Josh Vernier of 610 Sports Radio AM reports. With the neck injury keeping Morneau on the bench for a fifth straight game, Avisail Garcia will handle the DH duties. The White Sox haven't provided much clarity on Morneau's injury situation, but given his advancing age and the team's place in the standing, it wouldn't be surprising if he saw light usage or was shut down for the final two weeks of the season.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Stays out Friday

    Morneau (neck) remains out of the lineup Friday against the Royals, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. This marks the fourth game in a row that Morneau will miss due to this neck issue. Avail Garcia will slot in as the DH to replace him, while Leury Garcia enters the outfield to round out the lineup.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Remains out Wednesday

    Morneau (neck) is not in the lineup Wednesday against the Indians. Morneau missed Tuesday's tilt with a sore neck and though the ailment was considered minor enough that he'd be able to return after just one day off, manager Robin Ventura will be cautious with the 35-year-old and hold him out again Wednesday. Jose Abreu will fill in once again as the DH, while Todd Frazier will get the start at first base.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Held out with sore neck

    Morneau is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Indians due to a sore neck, according to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times. Morneau tweaked his neck during Monday's game, and he will be given a day to rest and recover. His setback does not appear, however, as manager Robin Ventura said he could be back in the lineup as soon as Wednesday.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Belts two doubles against Kansas City

    Morneau went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI Saturday against the Twins, his former team. At this point in his career, being able to extract anything from Morneau should be considered a bonus for fantasy owners, as his fantasy value is limited because of lower production and because he typically plays designated hitter. He's batting .270/.310/.454 on the season with six homers and 23 RBI over 146 at-bats.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Not in Tuesday's lineup

    Morneau is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Tigers. Morneau was held out the last two times a White Sox faced a left-handed starter, and that will become three in a row Tuesday with Morneau sitting out against Tigers southpaw Matt Boyd. Jason Coats will serve as the White Sox's designated hitter Tuesday night.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of lineup Saturday

    Morneau is out of the lineup Saturday against the Twins, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. Morneau started the White Sox's last five games against opposing lefty starters, but he will sit Saturday as Kevan Smith serves as the DH against Hector Santiago. Since his mid-July debut, Morneau has posted a .710 OPS against left-handed pitching, only 45 points below his mark against right-handers.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Doubles in three against Cleveland

    Morneau went 1-for-4 with a three-run double against the Indians on Thursday. Morneau has been a nice addition to the White Sox, slugging .297/.337/.516 through his first 98 plate appearances. The 35-year-old has always been an OBP guy, but it's nice to see him finding that power stroke again as well.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of lineup Sunday

    Morneau is out of the lineup Sunday against the Marlins, Dan Hayes of CSN Chicago reports. With no DH spot available for the three-game series in Miami, Morneau has been limited exclusively to a bench role over the weekend. Look for him to draw back into the lineup Tuesday, when the White Sox resume American League play in their series opener with the Indians.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of lineup Friday

    Morneau is out of the lineup for the second straight game Friday. Morneau started the previous 11 games before taking a day off Thursday, and the veteran will spend another day on the bench as the team takes on Miami for Friday's interleague game. Jose Abreu mans the first base spot, and with the next three games coming against the Marlins, Morneau might be on the bench unless they give Abreu a day off at first.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of lineup Thursday

    Morneau is not in Thursday's lineup against the Royals, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Morneau will get the day off after starting the past 11 games. In his place, Jose Abreu gets the night off in the field while manning the DH spot, with Todd Frazier at first base.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Smashes three-run homer Friday

    Morneau went 1-for-3 with a three-run homer Friday against the Tigers. Morneau's first homer of 2016 gave the White Sox a 5-4 lead in the fifth inning of a home loss. He's now hit safely in four of his five starts since joining the White Sox, and he's hitting .278 in his short tenure with the club.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Out of Monday's lineup

    Morneau is out of the lineup Monday against Seattle. Morneau will likely be restricted to at-bats against right-handed pitching. With the Mariners starting southpaw Wade LeBlanc on Monday, the White Sox will start Avisail Garcia at DH. In 2014, the last time Morneau played over 100 games, he had an OPS of .927 against righties and just .665 against lefties.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Hitless in First STart

    Morneau went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in his first start as a White Sox on Saturday. Morneau had the chance to tie the game with runners in scoring position with two outs in the top of the ninth, and he instead whiffed by the hand of Matt Shoemaker. Morneau only had 23 rehab at-bats after his year-long layoff, so it may yet take him a little while to get into the swing of things.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Will be in Saturday's lineup

    Morneau will be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Angels, CSN's Dan Hayes reports. Morneau was used off the bench and saw a pinch-hit at-bat Friday in his first game with his new squad, but he will get a chance to see a full set of at-bats Saturday night against Angels starter Matt Shoemaker.
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  • White Sox's Justin Morneau: Activated from DL

    Morneau (elbow) was activated from the 15-day DL prior to Friday's game against the Angels. The 35-year-old first baseman/designated hitter hit just .174/.321/.261 in eight rehab games between Triple-A and Double-A, but will give the White Sox some added depth on offense. Morneau, a left-handed hitter, makes for a nice platoon partner with righty Avisail Garcia at DH, although the White Sox may play him sparingly initially and let the veteran earn the larger share of that job.
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