Feliz coughed up six runs during his relief appearance Wednesday, which halted any momentum he had over his productive 15-game stretch before that (3.68 ERA). Of course, Feliz has trouble suppressing baserunners, and that caught up to him to leave him with a 4.84 ERA and 1.46 WHIP at the time of his demotion. Houston will probably call upon him again when rosters expand in September.
Huffman batted .247/.386/.437 with six home runs in 215 plate appearances for Triple-A Memphis. It doesn't look like he'll ever match the bases he stole in 2016, but he could provide useful depth for Washington if he's called up when rosters expand in September.
Rizzo went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a steal in Thursday's win over the White Sox.
Rizzo now has four home runs and 11 RBI since the All-Star break. With 24 home runs on the season, the slugging first baseman has a good shot of topping his career high of 32 home runs in a season, a mark he reached in 2014 and 2016.
Headley went 3-for-4 with a walk and one RBI in Thursday's win over the Rays.
After the Yankees acquired Todd Frazier via trade and shifted Headley over to first, it seemed like the 33-year-old switch-hitter could be in jeopardy of losing a starting role altogether. Headley's quietly been on a roll for a while though now, hitting .296 in June and .329 thus far in July to raise his average to a respectable .271. His four home runs are still a far cry from his career-best 31, but at the very least he's likely earned the opportunity to continue staying in the lineup on a regular basis.
This season has been a difficult one for Anderson, who went 0-for-4 on Thursday and is hitting .239 through 88 games. One scout feels Anderson was rushed to the majors last season and is still figuring out the majors. Fantasy owners are certainly disappointed with Anderson but the White Sox are taking a longer view.