With April in the rear view mirror and June fast approaching, we are starting to see a lot less wild movement in the Top 25 Fantasy Shortstop rankings. Two weeks ago, five new players entered the rankings - Alex Bregman, Brandon Crawford, Paul DeJong, Freddy Galvis and Kike Hernandez. While all five players produced well to move into the rankings, they were help by the continued freefall of Francisco Lindor and the cold bats of Eugenio Suarez and Donovan Solano and injuries to Jean Segura and Ketel Marte. Now in Week 7, the top shortstops have, for the most part, moved to the top of the rankings while the middle tier players are settling into their spot in the rankings. Of course, not all the stars are performing as expected and players you probably thought were never going to valuable in fantasy baseball are doing their best to get off the free agent wire. If you are wondering about Lindor and where he is ranked, don't waste your time. He is still missing in action this season, hitting .195 with two home runs and seven RBI. I guess if there is a bright spot, both of his home runs and five of his seven RBI have come over the last two weeks. If you can buy low on him, you might as well do it because he has to turn it around at some point, right?
Francisco Lindor brings the Mets within a run, launching his third home run of the season and putting the fifth run on the board for New York
Pete Alonso talks about the special feeling of hitting a home run in front of his family after a rough start to the series and discusses the fateful 8th inning that saw the Rays blow the game open, on a 'turf hop' off the glove of Francisco Lindor,
After his strongest week as a member of the New York Mets, Francisco Lindor earned the honor of being named Ben Verlander s 6-Tool Player of the Week.
In these Mets vs Diamondbacks highlights, Jacob deGrom allowed 1 run in 5 innings while also beating out a bunt and scoring a run before departing with a sore right side. Michael Conforto had another great catch en route to going 2-for-4 with 1 RBI. Francisco Lindor scored a run and batted one in, Dom Smith knocked in a run, and Patrick Mazeika got another run batted in without getting a hit. Pete Alonso and James McCann notched runs in the win to complete the sweep of the Dbacks on Mother's Day..