Daily Archives: June 8, 2016
P- Gio Gonzalez (vs. Chicago White Sox): $8,900. In 76 career at bats against Gonzalez, the White Sox are batting a cool .197, with one home run, three RBIs, 15 strikeouts, and a .291 OBP. The White Sox offense has struggled recently. In their last seven games, the White Sox are ranked 27th in runs scored (22), 25th in batting average (.210), and 22nd in on base percentage (.303).
Based on the Sox recent struggles and Gio’s career success, this should be a good matchup on Thursday. There is a really good chance of rain for this game tomorrow, so check the weather forecast prior to his start. If the game does get postponed, check the “other hot starts” for other options.
P- Bartolo Colon (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $6,900. The pitching match-ups are very limited on Thursday because there are only nine games being played. Colon has been very solid all year, but he won’t put up elite points. Luckily, he is playing the 24th ranked offense in baseball.
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P- Yu Darvish (vs. Houston Astros): $11,000. Darvish won’t go incredibly deep into games, but that is okay because of his elite strikeout rates. He is facing the Houston Astros on Wednesday, whom have the worst strikeout rate in baseball. In Darvish’s first two starts since returning from Tommy John Surgery, he owns a 2-0 record, 3.38 ERA, and 12 strikeouts in 10.2 innings pitched.
P- Archie Bradley (vs. Tampa Bay Rays): $7,700. Bradley is coming off one of his best starts in his career last week. In six innings pitched against a dangerous Chicago Cubs offense, he have up four hits, one earned run, three walks, and 10 strikeouts. Hopefully Bradley can carry over that success to Wednesday when he faces a much easier opponent.
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I wish George Steinbrenner ran for President when he was alive.
How would that be more absurd than Donald Trump’s candidacy?
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Zack Greinke threw a complete game 3 hit shutout, walking 2 Tampa Bay batters and earning the 5-0 decision for Arizona.
Chris Carter homered twice, driving in 5 to help the Brewers top Oakland, 5-4.
Wade Miley threw 7 shutout innings, allowing 4 hits and got the 7-1 win for Seattle over Cleveland.
Nelson Cruz reached base 3 times, including a pair of homers, to lead the Mariners past Cleveland, 7-1.
They all owned baseball on June 7, 2016.
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