LINEUPS OUTLOOK: Tatis Jr. returns atop the Padres' batting order, Henderson's drifting in Baltimore's, and more

Taking the low-hanging fruit this week, from a fantasy standpoint, one cannot ignore how getting Fernando Tatis Jr. back may kickstart the Padres' offense. His blend of power and speed while batting leadoff provides Bob Melvin with multiple batting order options, though a recent trend he's deployed should be noted. Many felt Gunnar Henderson represented a tier cliff at third base in preseason drafts, but he's started slowly and is moving down the Orioles' batting order. Last, but not least, some hitters worth streaming in 12-team leagues for next week. 

He's Back: Fernando Tatis Jr. (OF, SD)

For those wanting to take the risk, this season offered the unique chance to take Tatis Jr. at the back end of the first round. Showing no signs of...


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