Daily Archives: April 25, 2017
Another day, another cycle hit at Coors!
OK, maybe Coors is designed for having guys hit for the Cycle. That isn’t to take away from Trea Turner’s remarkable 7 RBI night for the Nationals. It just seems like they come in bunches at Coors where the thin air allows more homers and the big dimensions to keep balls in the yard lead to triples.
Ah well, why rain on Trea’s parade?
Here is the list, updated for today’s action!
THE MOST CYCLE HIT
FOR EACH FRANCHISE
September 28, 2016 vs. Chicago Cubs
July 2, 2016 vs. Toronto
NEW YORK YANKEES
August 2, 2009 vs Chicago White Sox
June 4, 2007 vs. Boston
August 1, 2006 vs Tampa Bay.
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS
April 27, 2005 vs. Milwaukee Brewers
June 28, 2004 vs. Montreal
TORONTO BLUE JAYS
August 17, 2001 vs. Texas
May 9, 1993 vs San Diego
KANSAS CITY ROYALS
June 24, 1990 vs. Toronto
Last Cycles Hit For Teams in Old Locations
September 14, 2003 vs. New York Mets
May 26, 1964 vs. Boston
NEW YORK GIANTS
July 11, 1954 vs. Pittsburgh
August 2, 1950 vs. Chicago White Sox
June 25, 1949 vs. Pittsburgh
ST. LOUIS BROWNS
July 19, 1941 vs. Boston Red Sox
October 6, 1910 vs. Philadelphia Phillies
Marlins still have no cycle.
Maybe they will get one at Coors.
I just signed a publishing contract with McFarland & Company to publish my Milwaukee Brewers historical book! What does this mean?
I need to deliver a draft of the manuscript by END OF AUGUST! Yes, this coming August. The manuscript has been completed for some time, but I will be taking another pass through to do even more edits. I also have to work on compiling sources for quotes.
After an ugly slate on Tuesday weather-wise, Dailyrotohelp.com is back for Wednesday 4/26/17 slate. Let’s take a look at some plays we like in the form of Top and Value Pitching, Value bats, and some Top BVP plays to go along with some pitchers we think you should avoid today as well.
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Pitchers To Target:
Lance McCullers Jr
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Fresh off having one of the more disappointing starting rotations in baseball last year, the Baltimore Orioles didn’t do much to change this group in 2017.
Instead, they were hoping their young hurlers would take another step forward to lead the unit as a whole. That included Kevin Gausman, who parlayed a strong second half and impressive performance during Spring Training into an Opening Day start against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The thing is, his strong showing after the 2016 All-Star break hasn’t exactly carried over into this year.
Through 24 innings of work (five starts), the right-hander has posted a 1-2 record with an unsightly 7.50 ERA and 2.04 WHIP. Those looking for some solace in his peripheral numbers won’t find it, with a FIP (5.65), xFIP (5.51) and SIERA (5.39) all north of 5.00.
The Orioles need him to pitch like an ace this year, but he’s done the complete opposite. What’s going on?
For different reasons than you’re typically used to seeing on here, Christian Arroyo has just made the list! Off to a blistering start this season – unlike his parent club – Arroyo has slashed .446/.478/.692 in 65 Triple-A at-bats this year despite being just 21-years old in the class. His promotion to San Francisco is likely to be nothing more than a first taste, filling the role of shortstop while regular Brandon Crawford is added to the bereavement list, but it’s a tip of the hat to the type of start he’s gotten off to.
This season was Arroyo’s debut in Triple-A Sacramento and he’s certainly made the most of it. Even though he’s never walked much, he makes a ton of solid contact and might even be adding a greater element of power to his game, having already hit three this season despite never hitting more than nine in a single campaign.
Arroyo’s glove is pretty capable, too, but profiles more so as a fill-in shortstop but is totally going to be able to manage big-league time on the regular at second and even third.
On Twitter, Arroyo posted that his mom didn’t believe he was telling her the truth when he said he’d been promoted. Maybe a Tuesday night debut in San Francisco will provide the proof she needs.