PT TOMORROW: AL WEST—The Angels infield redux

Los Angeles Angels

A ridiculous injury list and some furious trade deadline activity leave the infield with significantly different lineup options—and fantasy managers wondering what happens when some of the walking wounded return. The first of these IL activations looks like 1B/2B Brandon Drury, who had been one the club's most consistently productive hitters (.277/.322/.500 line with 14 HR through 307 PA) and had been killing it in June (.907 OPS over 106 PA) before going on the IL with a bruised shoulder at the end of that month. Most recent reports on Drury have him out on a minor league rehab imminently, with a return to Anaheim as early as this weekend.

But in Drury's absence, utility Luis Rengifo has suddenly become the club's...

Almost!

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