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Saturday's slate saw the Dinos lose consecutive games for the first time all season, quite a surprise given they've had Drew Rucinski and Mike Wright on the mound against the lowly Lions. The Dinos' bullpen was part of the problem again, but so were their bats, which David Buchanan helped to limit to just four hits. The Twins' loss to the Tigers meant the Dinos held onto their two-game lead atop the standings, however.
Elsewhere, the Wyverns again beat the Eagles in a battle of stragglers and could finally move off the bottom of the standings if they sweep the series with a win Sunday. Several lineups put up big numbers Saturday, with the Lions, Heroes, Wyverns and Tigers all scoring at least nine runs and providing profitable stacks. The highlight of the day was perhaps Lions catcher Min Ho Kang, who homered twice. It's unlikely too many fantasy players got to enjoy that performance, however, as his OPS sat at .579 heading into the game, making him a rather unappealing option.
Sunday's slate, which wraps up both Week 4 and May, starts at the practically reasonable hour of 1 a.m. EDT, so be sure to set your lineups early if you've gotten into the rhythm of checking lineups at 4 a.m. This slate is loaded with several of the league's top pitchers, though many are playing each other.
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