Daily Archives: August 23, 2016
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Daily Matchups for 8/24/2016
P- Masahiro Tanaka (vs. Seattle Mariners): $10,800. There are a lot of great options at starting pitcher for Wednesday. Based on the prices and competition of some of the elite tier starts, I think Tanaka provides the most value. Over his last three starts, he has struck out at least eight batters, with zero walks, and a 2.18 ERA. In 67 career at bats against Tanaka, the Mariners’ lineup is batting .164 with a .200 OBP.
P- Marco Estrada (vs. Los Angeles Angels): $8,600. Estrada is coming off a rough start, but that is very uncommon of the righty this season. It was the first time since May 13th that he allowed more than three earned runs in a game. Over the last seven days, the Los Angeles Angels have a .241/.304/.366 slash line, which isn’t superb by any means. Estrada is going to be hungry to get out on the mound and succeed after a tough loss last week, which could be great for a start in daily fantasy.
Sorry for the “How I Met Your Mother” quote in the title, but I couldn’t resist. At this moment in time, I believe we are witnessing one of the best defensive third baseman to play the game of baseball. At the age of 25, Nolan Arenado has received the National League Gold Glove Award in his first three seasons in the big leagues. He also won his first Fielding Bible in 2015, which means he was voted the best fielding third baseman in the entire Major Leagues, not just the National League. As you can see, he has been racking up the fielding accolades since he was promoted by the Rockies in 2013, but let’s take a look at his numbers.
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And for today, I answer a question from superfan @cu8sfan (aka Cubs Fan With An 8.)
He wants to know what career cut short I would want to see play out properly.
The Streak Stays Alive in this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast
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Carlos Carrasco threw 8 shutout innings, allowing 4 hits while striking out 9 Oakland batters as Cleveland took the tense 1-0 pitchers duel.
Xander Bogaerts reached base 3 times, homered, scored 2 and drove in 2 to help the Red Sox move back into a first place tie with a 6-2 win in Tampa Bay.
Jon Lester struck out 8 Padres in 6 innings, allowing 1 run and earned the 5-1 decision for the Cubs.
Adrian Gonzalez homered 3 times and drove in 8 in the wild 18-9 Dodgers victory in Cincinnati.
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