By Michael Beller
June 07, 2014
After five straight starts in left field, the Nats' usual third baseman Ryan Zimmerman now has outfield eligibility in most fantasy leagues.
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For Your Consideration

Tanner Roark has only had two blemishes so far this season and would be a strong add.
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● Rubby De La Rosa couldn't quite match his season debut, allowing four runs in 5.2 innings to the Tigers while striking out five. De La Rosa still has good stats through two starts -- a 2.84 ERA and 13 strikeouts in 12.2 innings -- so he's worth taking a flier on on the chance he sticks in the rotation after Clay Buchholz returns. He faces the Orioles next week, which should be a good test for the 25-year-old out of the Dominican Republic.

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