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Back to back games with multiple stolen bases 

Lot of people really down on Tommy Pham entering this season.  It's only been 2 games, but with 4 steals in the bank 2 days into a 60 game season, it's going to be pretty hard for him not to return va

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1 hour ago, mannymachado said:

What happen to this dude? Such a waste, anyone hear any info? Been hearing could be hamate bone.


RW reporting it's a fractured hamate, surgery required. Doubtful to return for long, if at all.

 

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Tommy Pham suffered a fractured hamate bone in his right hand.

Padres manager Jayce Tingler brought the bad news during an appearance on MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM on Monday. Pham left Sunday's game with what was termed as numbness in the hand. He'll require surgery to remove the hook of the hamate bone, which usually carries a recovery time of several weeks. This could put his status in doubt for the remainder of the season. Tingler said Josh Naylor is slated to replace Pham on the active roster. Pham, 32, was batting .207/.316/.293 with two homers and six steals through 23 games this season.

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49 minutes ago, bigboyish said:

Out 4-6 weeks, so at the soonest it will be the end of fantasy regular season. Anybody in mind with similar production that might be floating around the WW?

Mateo is gonna get a lot of press. He can run like the wind and is literally likely replacing Pham in the lineup 

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5 minutes ago, Mrmann1 said:

Is pham even worth scooping up if he comes back next week? He wasn't hitting so well before, but he doesn't rely on power so maybe the hammate doesn't affect him as much. 

 

He's pretty easily a top 50 OF at the very least I'd think. Probably still top 35 honestly.  Whether he's worth scooping depends on your format.

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1 hour ago, Mrmann1 said:

Is pham even worth scooping up if he comes back next week? He wasn't hitting so well before, but he doesn't rely on power so maybe the hammate doesn't affect him as much. 

It's far from clear hamate injuries actually sap power. I lean toward it being a myth more than anything.

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Like I had said. He wasnt hitting so well before the injury. Hasn't seen real pitching in a buncha weeks. Will need a week or so I'd say to reacclimate himself. Gives us 1.5 weeks of Pham in a good offense. Runs and SB chaser could use em I guess but at this point in the season I'm snatching up the hot bats for the final 2 week ride 

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