Daily Archives: June 9, 2016
P- Clayton Kershaw (vs. San Francisco Giants): $13,900. In 237 career at bats against Kershaw, the Giants’ offense is batting .148, with 76 strikeouts, and only 10 walks, with a .189 OBP. Kershaw has been absolutely dominant all year long and regardless of his high price, he is a must start. In 12 starts, he is 8-1, with a 1.46 ERA, 54 hits against, 109 strikeouts, and only 6 walks in 92.2 innings pitched.
P- Ian Kennedy (vs. Chicago White Sox): $9,300. In 78 career at bats against Kennedy, the White Sox’ offense is batting .244, with 20 strikeouts, five RBIs, and a .272 OBP. The White Sox offense has also struggled quite a bit recently. In the past seven days, the White Sox rank 28th in runs scored (20), 27th in batting average (.212), and 21st in OBP (.300).
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There were many people who fell in the draft on day one, but A.J. Puk might have been the biggest steal of them all. Many believed Puk would go 1st overall to the Philadelphia Phillies, but instead he slipped to 6th overall to the Oakland Athletics. He has the tangible and intangible assets to be a star in Major League Baseball.
Puk has the body and and potential of a frontline starter. He stands 6’7 and weighs 230 lbs. This left-handed pitcher from the University of Florida has gained a lot of attention since he was a freshman. He has a plus-plus fastball and his secondary pitches all have the potential to be above average.
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The Padres are going to have 4 picks of the first 48 chosen in the draft today. The organization is in disarray but a good draft could turn it around. A bad draft could cost everyone their jobs.
It is a save your job episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast
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Taijuan Walker threw 8 shutout innings, allowing 3 hits and striking out 11 Cleveland batters as Seattle cruised, 5-0.
Chris Parmelee homered twice, driving in 3 runs. He collected a third hit as the Yankees came from behind to beat the Angels, 12-6.
John Lackey struck out 8 in 7 shutout innings, allowing 3 hits as the Cubs rolled over the Phillies, 8-1.
Jayson Werth reached base 4 times, drove in 4 including a 3 run homer and helped the Nationals humiliate the White Sox, 11-4.
They all owned baseball on June 8, 2016.
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