Daily Archives: May 2, 2017
Dailyrotohelp.com is back for this YUGE Wednesday 5/3/17 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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Daily Matchups for 5/3/2017
Pitchers To Target:
Career vs Current Braves Roster
AVG: 0.212 [28 for 132], BABIP: 0.260, K%: 22.4, BB%: 6.3
FIP: 2.88 Groundout: 38 Strikeout: 32Single: 21 Flyout: 15 Lineout: 10 Walk: 9Double: 5 Grounded Into DP: 4 Pop Out: 3Home Run: 2 Field Error: 1 Forceout: 1Sac Bunt: 1 Sac Fly: 1
Career vs Current Mets Roster
AVG: 0.183 [13 for 71], BABIP: 0.145, K%: 15.8, BB%: 5.3
FIP: 5.97 Flyout: 17 Strikeout: 12Groundout: 11 Lineout: 8 Pop Out: 6Single: 5 Home Run: 5 Walk: 3 Double: 3Grounded Into DP: 2 Sac Bunt: 1Forceout: 1 Intent Walk: 1 Bunt Groundout: 1
Career vs Current Phillies Roster
AVG: 0.213 [10 for 47], BABIP: 0.308, K%: 38.0, BB%: 6.0
FIP: 2.95 Strikeout: 19 Groundout: 11Single: 5 Flyout: 3 Double: 3 Walk: 3Home Run: 2 Lineout: 2 Forceout: 1 Bunt Groundout: 1
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Baltimore Orioles star slugger Adam Jones divulged after yesterday’s game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park that he was on the receiving end of racial taunts from fans in the stands. The Red Sox swiftly made a public apology and are reportedly considering issuing lifetime bans for fans who are caught perpetrating such behavior in the future, but reaction needs to be stronger and more widespread.
The 2017 MLB regular season hasn’t exactly started how the New York Mets envisioned it. Unless they anticipated an 11-14 record and multiple injuries to impact players, that is.
One of the biggest disappointments throughout the first few weeks was Jose Reyes‘ performance at the plate. An integral part of the Mets’ offense at the top of their lineup, manager Terry Collins was forced to move his third baseman to the bottom third because he was in such a deep slump.
How bad was it, exactly? On April 23rd, he sported an uninspiring .104/.189/.134 triple slash with a .158 wOBA and a wRC+ of -3 (and no, that’s not a typo).
While he hasn’t been installed back into the top of the lineup just yet — Michael Conforto is doing quite fine at the moment — Reyes has caught fire after a couple days away from the field. Since April 26th, the veteran is slashing .391/.462/.913 with a .559 wOBA and a wRC+ of 252.
What’s been the cause of him busting out of his slump? The evidence is pretty clear in his batted-ball profile.
There were some nice pitching performances across all levels Monday night, but Chance Adams’ continued domination over his Double-A competition stood out most. Royals top prospect Josh Staumont also found his way back onto our daily lists because he recorded 12 more strikeouts in a single outing yesterday and was throwing more strikes than ever. Offensively, Yandy Diaz and Magneuris Sierra each had themselves big days at the plate and are helping skeptics believe they’re turning corners in their own respective ways.
6 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 3 BB, 5 K
This is Chance Adams’ second full season as a starter and the results do not vary, they’re just dominant. Through six innings of work on Monday night, Adams allowed just two hits and no runs to the Harrisburg Senators. He did walk three but struck out five over that span, too. It’s not unlike Adams to walk his fair share of opposition, and his three walks Monday aren’t a surprise, but it’s easier to brush them aside when he effortlessly forces soft contact with a solid mid-90s fastball that can touch 97 mph at times and a slider that moves plenty from side to side in the mid-80s.
In addition to Adams’ fastball-slider combo, he nicely rounds out his repertoire as a starting pitching candidate for the Yankees by mixing in an average changeup and curveball that’s under construction.
Adams is generally regarded as a top 10 prospect in this deep Yankees farm system, and is featured at No. 9 on our own list. This season so far, Adams is mowing down his Double-A competition and at this rate he might warrant an end-of-the-year promotion to Scranton.