Another day, another series of injured arms with names like Walker, Duffy, Fried dealing with things. We’ve got health updates with Strasburg, Syndergaard, Soroka, Valdez and more. There’s talk about youngsters like Fleming and Singer, as well as veterans like Wood and Gibson. There’s even a bit of non-sense on the offensive side of things
It seems like all there is each day is injuries, poor performances from guys we expect to be good, and strong performances from guys we didn’t expect much from. I’m exaggerating of course, but you get the point I’m sure. There was a no-hitter too in case you somehow missed it. HITTERS Akil Baddoo has
The NFL draft is everywhere. Today though, in this piece, it is all baseball. Youngsters like Franco/Witt are in here. Struggling infielders. Guys getting hurt. Hurlers who are moving up, and some who are unfortunately going down. HITTERS Jesus Agular had two walks and a bomb Wednesday and I’m starting to get questions about him.
The A’s could be adding a couple of arms to their staff in Manaea and Luzardo, but what roles will they fill? The Indians lost Jose Ramirez. What will they do? Some hurlers coming back from injury are discussed – Archer, Glasnow, Snell & Lopez. Solar or Odor in Texas? Is it time to recognize
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
Who is better – Soto or Harper? Is Mitch Keller gonna be a thing down the stretch? What’s the latest on Corey Kluber? How good is Alex Bregman? Choo continues to perform while Castellanos has picked up his game in Chicago. Others who have been hot of late include Flores, Eaton, Gennett, Semien, Tom Murphy,
Starting pitching continues to vex most of us in the game of fantasy baseball. The Dodgers are changing up their rotation plans, but everything looks fine. Corbin has been a stabilizer for the Nats. Scherzer is nearing a return to game action for the Nationals. DeSclafani is being beaten by the long ball. Eovaldi is