Daily Archives: June 13, 2016
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Daily Matchups for 6/14/2016
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Texas has surged to the best record in the AL, and also have the best record in the MLB since May 8, 2016.
There are 5 clubs that have registered 20 victories since May 8. 2016, and they are: Texas, San Francisco, Washington, Cleveland – plus the New York Yankees all have done the feat.
While the Cubs are still playing great baseball in the Windy City, the White Sox have flamed out, going 9 – 22 over their last 31 contests. That is still only 4.5 GB the Cleveland Indians. so all is not lost for a recovery. They have plummeted down 14 spots in the rankings.
Cleveland had the biggest pole vault up the list, heading all the way up to 5th – despite losing Michael Brantley to the DL again.
Kansas City and Detroit have gone on massive streaks either way but are still within earshot of the Tribe.
St Louis has been a lot steadier over the last month, and will still find a tough climb ahead at 9 games out in the NL Central right now.
The O’s are holding steady at 10 games over .500 – riding a favorable home schedule (where they are 24 – 11) but have 8 more games played at Camden than on the road.
Milwaukee has surprisingly been a better squad since early May, and have a winning record. They are just 4.5 GB the 2nd wildcard spot – but they are in talks to start trading everyone away.
Speaking of deals…I think the Pirates should take a hands off approach to this season considering where they are. Their talent level is there for that dreaded one game playoff, but adding anyone – other than youngster Tyler Glasnow. who would follow Jameson Taillon‘s making his debut, would be a bad idea. As presently constituted, they should fight it out with the Dodgers and Cardinals for the 2nd wildcard. Read the rest of this entry
It is no secret that the San Francisco Giants are trying to land an outfielder after losing all-star outfielder, Hunter Pence, for the next few months due to a very severe hamstring injury. As of right now, the Giants have filled the outfield with Gregor Blanco, Denard Span, Jarrett Parker, and Mac Williamson. As you can imagine, this outfield is not doing the trick considering Span is only outfielder with an on base percentage higher than .310 this season.
The Giants currently have a five game lead in the National League West, but over the last seven games, their offense is ranked last in OBP, 28th in runs scored, and dead last in slugging. If the Giants want to keep this lead in their division, they need to find a way to add an elite bat to their lineup during Pence’s absence.
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P- Madison Bumgarner (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $13,800. Bumgarner is the top pitcher on the slate for Tuesday and for good reason. First of all, he is facing the 21st ranked offense of the Brewers. Second, he is 7-2 this season, with a 1.88 ERA, and 99 strikeouts in 86 innings pitched. Third, he is pitching in his home park. Fourth, he will probably hit a home run to bolster his lead at some point in the game. This guy can do it all.
P- Brandon Finnegan (vs. Atlanta Braves): $8,100. Finnegan has been on a roll as of late. In hist past four starts, he has thrown at least 6.1 innings in each start. He now has seven quality starts in his 13 total outings this season. He will be facing one of the worst offenses in baseball on Tuesday, so this shouldn’t pose a threat to Finnegan’s hot streak.
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I like to call episodes like this Potpourri Episodes.
Comedian Brody Stevens reflects on his college baseball days and talks about babying pitchers.
Meanwhile Stacey Gotsulias remembers writing THIS acclaimed piece for Hardball Times.
It is a grab bag episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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Matt Moore threw 7 shutout innings, striking out 10, allowing 2 hits and got the 5-0 decision for the Rays over the Astros.
Robbie Ray pitched into the 8th, finishing with 7 2/3 shutout innings as the Diamondbacks blanked the Marlins, 6-0.
Carlos Santana homered twice in the Indians 8-3 win over the Angels.
Jon Lester allowed no earned runs and struck out 7 over 7 innings as the Cubs clobbered the Braves 13-2.
They all owned baseball on June 12, 2016.
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