Daily Archives: June 23, 2016
Hunter Stokes (Chief Writer/Part Owner)
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5 team stacking options ( We are going to draw most of our players from these 5 squads).
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Daily Matchups for 6/24/2016
P – Max Scherzer (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $13,900. In 61 career at bats against Scherzer, the Brewers’ offense is batting .115, with 28 strikeouts, and a .169 OBP. In his last start against Milwaukee, Scherzer held together a perfect game through seven innings. Unfortunately he lost the perfect game in the seventh, but he only gave up one hit with 16 strikeouts in the complete game. In his last three starts, he owns a 2-0 record, 0.90 ERA, and 27 strikeouts.
P – Cody Reed (vs. San Diego Padres): $7,200. In his MLB debut, Reed showed lots of promise. He threw seven innings against the Houston Astros, giving up four runs, and striking out nine. His ability to strike batters out should make him a very good play on Friday. San Diego is ranked 27th in strikeouts, which is great for Reed.
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I checked my phone yesterday, as I got a notification, and my heart skipped a beat. The notification read, “Mets RHP Noah Syndergaard left today’s game after 6 innings because of elbow discomfort, will see team doctor.” First of all, I’m a huge fan of Thor. Second of all, I own him in two of my fantasy leagues. Third of all, I hate to see another young pitcher plagued by the dreaded Tommy John Surgery. Well have no fear folks, all Thor fans have dodged a bullet.
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While getting off to a slow start is every ballplayer’s worst nightmare, getting off to a fast one is a dream come true. However, experiencing a great April doesn’t really matter much when the months to follow are full of struggles.
Just as we recently talked about certain hitters making their slow starts a distant memory, there are plenty of players who had a ton of fun in baseball’s first month of regular season play. Despite the best-case scenario coming true for them, it’s become a distant memory by seeing their overall stats head in the opposite direction — and pretty fast.
Here are five players who wish April never ended:
went to two places of my youth, Newbury Comics in Boston and the souvenir store outside of Fenway Park, and thought about not growing up.
It is a turn back time episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Trevor Bauer, Adam Conley, Melky Cabrera, Aledmys Diaz, Coco Crisp and Gregory Polanco all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.
See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports
HE’S HAVING A GOOD YEAR, BUT JAYS FROM THE COUCH LOOKS INTO WAYS OF IMPROVING TORONTO BLUE JAYS LF, MICHAEL SAUNDERS’ STRIKEOUT RATE.
Michael Saunders is one hell of a hitter, and it seems like everyone is now noticing. For example this and this, have both recently been published on Fangraphs about the Canadian. As fans, we have seen him hit balls hard, off lefties and righties, we’ve seen him hit from foul pole to foul pole, showing a prime example of “power to all fields” that we have come to love and expect from most of our elite hitters. There is one
small rather large issue with his current numbers, and I am not talking about his uncharacteristically high .375 BABIP.
No, for those who started reading this, the fans who have been paying attention and check Fangraphs leader boards every hour or so to gain insight, they know. Michael Saunders has an astronomically high 26.1% strikeout rate, good for top 20 in the league.
Trevor Bauer went the distance, allowing 3 hits and 1 run while striking out 10 Tampa Bay batters and continued the Indians dominance at home with a 6-1 final.
Adam Conley threw 8 shutout innings, giving up 4 hits and earning the 3-0 decision for the Marlins over Atlanta.
Melky Cabrera went 4 for 5 with a homer and 4 RBI in a wild back and forth game where the White Sox topped the Red Sox 8-6 (with yours truly in attendance.)
Aledmys Diaz reached base 4 times, homered and drove in a pair as the Cardinals beat the Cubs 7-2.
They all owned baseball on June 22, 2016.
To view the Yearly Leaders for Who Owned Baseball Standings, plus see who gained 1/2 WOB’s – Click the READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON OR SCROLL DOWN.