Lineups Outlook: Bregman, Torkelson and Turang on the move

Although the move will not be permanent, Alex Bregman was dropped in Houston’s batting order, and it may have provided a necessary wakeup call for the veteran third baseman. Plus, his lack of production early on has opened the door for another teammate’s rise in the lineup. 

After what seemed like a second-half breakout for Spencer Torkelson has taken a turn early this year, and he’s bounced around his team’s batting lineup, but recent results may not benefit fantasy managers. Last, injuries keep accumulating for the Brewers, but they dust themselves off and battle on. Perhaps no player better exemplifies this than their new lead-off hitter against right-handed pitchers. These topics represent the featured segments of this...

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