Offensively, we’ve got guys surging and slumping. Ray Flowers will point out some of those names. He will also look a bit at the last two weeks offensively as well, before delving into a review of the pitcher’s mound. HITTINGBrandon Lowe is 6-for-51 against everyone. He hit .182 in April, .196 in May and .179
All kinds of arm talk. Guys being taken out of the rotation in Houston. Guys potentially coming back into the rotation in Cleveland. Guys getting ripped. Guys getting lots of outs. Bullpen talk. A note before we get to all those arms about injuries, and the history pace that we are currently on. INJURIES… are
Hitting and pitching today, and what that means in the game of fantasy baseball. Who is getting hits? Who isn’t? Who is hurt? That one comes up every day doesn’t it? There was another no-hitter. There’s a couple of guys coming back from injury on the hill, but of course, others heading to the shelf.
Luis Castillo has been an unmitigated disaster this season. Is it time to move on? I also complain about pitch counts, per usual. Potential changes in the Detroit and Cleveland bullpens. A couple of veterans getting outs, but a couple of youngsters really struggling. Plus, a youngster on the hill who is gonna have his
A potentially spashy young hitter and a whole bunch of arms… Fraley is up with the Mariners. What should you be expecting? The rest, is all pitchers. Strasburg is rolling, but Nola is pitching better. Matz has done well, for a while now. May might be starting or relieving. We just don’t know. Quantrill is