After Monday's two-homer binge at Coors Field, Adam Duvall now ranks third in the N.L. in slugging percentage (.606), tenth in OPS (.911) and he's tied for fourth in long-balls (13). You would think a guy with those power credentials would be universally owned in fantasy leagues, but, well ... no. Not close. Duvall remains available in more than 60 percent of Yahoo leagues, despite his 40-homer, 90-RBI pace.
We've endorsed Duvall around here a time or two already, so we shouldn't need to take a deep dive into his professional history. We'll just remind you that the 27-year-old hit for power at every minor league stop, with a pair of 30-bomb seasons included. He's cleared the fence six times in his last eight games, which is insane, and he's playing every day for Cincinnati. He gets three more appearances at Coors this week, too.
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