Cabrera went 4-for-4 with four runs scored, five RBI, and three home runs in Sunday's loss to Texas.
Cabrera showcased his talents on a national stage Sunday, and now boasts a .387 avg on the campaign, along with an MLB-best 47 RBI. It's hard to ask for much more from the reigning Triple Crown winner, so for now we can just watch one of the best pure hitters in the history of the game do what he does best on a nightly basis. The numbers are gaudy but are now expected with Cabrera. There are no signs that he's cooling off anytime soon, something both fantasy owners and the Tigers are fine with.
Profar will start at second base Monday against Oakland, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Profar is getting his first MLB action of the season following a rib injury that forced Ian Kinsler onto the DL on Sunday. Profar will share second base duties with Leury Garcia and could also see a spot start at shortstop in place of Elvis Andrus.
Murphy is expected to hit in the second spot in the order for the duration of Ian Kinsler's absence, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Murphy got off to a slow start at the plate to begin the season but has started to show signs of life over the weekend. He'll get a nice short-term boost in value hitting second.
Moore allowed just one run over seven innings Sunday against the Orioles to improve to 8-0 on the season.
Moore has been great all year, and Sunday might have been his best performance, given the opponent and that he allowed just one walk in the game.
Cashner earned the win Sunday against the Nationals, pitching 6.2 inning, giving up three earned runs on seven hits. He struck out six and walked one.
With his ERA sitting at 3.02, Cashner continues to impress, and be a decent source of strikeouts. He's also turned in three quality starts in a row, something he'll look to continue in his next scheduled start against the Diamondbacks on Saturday, in Arizona.
Odorizzi will take over David Price's (triceps) place in the rotation, as long as the ace is sidelined, the Tampa Tribune reports.
Price is only slated to miss two or three starts, which should allow Odorizzi ample opportunity to show his worth. In his eight nods at Triple-A Durham this season, Odorizzi is 4-0 with a 3.83 ERA, 1.109 WHIP, and 47:15 K:BB ratio across 44.2 innings.
Nolasco bounced back in a huge way, striking out 11 batters in eight innings to earn his third win of the season.
The Marlins' righty tossed 74 of 110 total pitches for strikes as he dispatched the Diamondbacks and ended his team's seven-game losing streak. Nolasco scattered five hits and one walk and was given the chance to complete the shutout before allowing a double to begin the ninth that would later account for Arizona's only run. Nolasco will carry a 3.96 ERA into his next start against the White Sox.
Masterson quieted Seattle on Sunday, striking out 11 in seven scoreless innings, during Cleveland's easy victory.
Masterson allowed just six baserunners on three singles, two walks, and one hit-by-pitch, while punching out multiple Mariners in three separate innings Sunday. He is really breaking out this season, with seven wins, all of them quality starts, to his name. His upcoming nod arrives Friday in his former home at Boston, where he has a 3.90 ERA, 1.26 WHIP, and 7.25 K/9IP in 99.1 career innings.
Zimmerman went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and two runs scored in Friday's win over the Padres.
A 14-for-32 hot streak over the last nine games has his batting average up to .283, and while the home run is just his second of the season Zimmerman does have 19 RBI. His owners may not be quite satisfied with his production so far, but once more balls start leaving the yard his numbers should be right in line with his preseason projections.
.: Today's Games :.
SEA: Iwakuma (5-1, 1.84 ERA)
CLE: Kazmir (2-2, 5.33 ERA)
MIN: Correia (4-3, 3.35 ERA)
ATL: Teheran (2-1, 4.57 ERA)
TB: Odorizzi (0-0, 0.00 ERA)
TOR: Dickey (3-5, 4.83 ERA)
CIN: Cueto (1-0, 2.60 ERA)
NYM: Marcum (0-4, 6.75 ERA)
NYY: Sabathia (4-3, 3.19 ERA)
BAL: Garcia (0-2, 5.51 ERA)
PHI: Hamels (1-6, 4.61 ERA)
MIA: Sanabia (2-6, 5.00 ERA)
OAK: Colon (3-2, 4.56 ERA)
TEX: Lindblom (0-0, 0.00 ERA)
LAD: Kershaw (4-2, 1.40 ERA)
MIL: Gallardo (3-3, 4.50 ERA)
BOS: Lester (6-0, 2.72 ERA)
CHW: Axelrod (1-3, 4.27 ERA)
ARI: Corbin (6-0, 1.52 ERA)
COL: Garland (3-4, 4.89 ERA)
KC: Guthrie (5-1, 2.82 ERA)
HOU: Keuchel (0-1, 4.82 ERA)
STL: Miller (5-2, 1.40 ERA)
SD: Marquis (5-2, 3.49 ERA)
WSH: Duke (0-0, 8.40 ERA)
SF: Vogelsong (1-4, 8.06 ERA)