To all those dismissing Jay Bruce already, you might want to keep tabs on him. He appears to be cutting down on his K's a bit and putting the ball in play (5 K's in his last 24 AB's... not great... but an improvement). Also take a peak at his splits, he has raked against righties (.302/.352/.542 17 runs, 6 HR, 15 RBI's and a respectable 8:22 BB:K ratio), and struggled big time against lefties (.213/.321/.255 5 runs, 0 HR, 4 RBI and 7:16 BB:K in 47 AB's). He also is a better then .300 hitter at home. Just signs he might be able to put it together. In shallow leagues that probably isn't good enough, but in deeper leagues it might mean he's worst rostering on the bench, and spot starting at home against righties. Also, if he rights the ship even a little bit on the road and against lefties he could be a very useful player in the second half, and likely better then the waiver fodder floating around right now. Not really an update, just something to think about.