News: Guerrero went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's loss to the Braves.
Impact: Guerrero's ninth-inning solo shot gave the Dodgers a late spark, but it wasn't enough to overcome a two-run deficit, as Jason Grilli eventually closed the book on the evening contest. It was Guerrero's ninth long ball of the season, as the 28-year-old now owns a commendable 1.045 OPS through his first 87 at-bats of the year. With Juan Uribe now out of the mix and reps at third base and left field up for grabs, Guerrero warrants a look in nearly all formats.
News: Greinke pitched well in a no-decision Wednesday, tossing six innings of one-run ball and giving up just three hits and two walks while striking out nine.
Impact: Greinke has now given up one earned run or fewer in each of his five May starts, and has lasted six innings or more in every start this season. He's been a model of consistency from both fantasy and real-life standpoints, as the right-hander has turned in a quality start in each of his 10 outings this year. His only mistake Wednesday was a third-inning solo shot served up to Cameron Maybin, which left him without a decision on the evening. On the bright side, his nine punch-outs were a season-best, giving him a 58:14 K:BB on the season. He also contributed at the plate and on the basepaths, going 1-for-2 with the fourth stolen base of his career.