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AL Daily Notes - April 18, 2014

Chris Colabello (1B-MIN): Chris Colabello had himself quite the doubleheader against the Blue Jays, going 5 for 7 with 1 run, 4 RBI, and 1 BB to push his season line to .357/.410/.571. Stories have emerged about Colabello's adjustments during...

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Steve Shumansky

Steve Shumansky

AL Player Analysis- April 23rd, 2014

John Axford (RP-Cleveland) John Axford picked up his league leading 8th save of the young season. Earlier in the year, I talked about a possible resurgence and we are seeing just that so far this year. But as the baseball...

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Nicholas Rossoletti

Nicholas Rossoletti

NL Player Blog- 4/24/2014

Yasiel Puig- There may not be a more electric player in all of baseball than Yasiel Puig. As exciting as he is to watch perform on the field, there is some wild variance in his performance that leads me to...

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Josh Sperry

Josh Sperry

NL Player Analysis - April 23, 2014

Gregory Polanco, Pittsburgh Pirates - Pirates top prospect Gregory Polanco is tearing up AAA and it appears we have now entered the "Polanco Watch" stage of 2014. With another homer Tuesday, he now has three homers and has driven in...

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Nicholas Rossoletti

Nicholas Rossoletti

AL Player Blog- 4/23/2014

Vidal Nuno- The Yankees announced on Tuesday afternoon that Vidal Nuno would remain in their starting rotation for the time being to replace the injured Ivan Nova. With Nova almost assuredly going under the knife to repair his torn UCL...

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Paul Sauberer

Paul Sauberer

AL Player Notes- April 22, 2014

Chris Archer- TB- Hot- Archer pitched very well Saturday, allowing 1 run on 3 hits and walking none while striking out 4 in 6.2 IP. It was his 3rd quality start in his 4 outings this season, making his previous...

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Schuyler Dombroske

Schuyler Dombroske

NL Daily Notes - April 22nd, 2013

Travis Wood - Wood was brilliant on Monday, allowing 6 hits and a run to Arizona over 7 innings, striking out 9 without walking a batter and hitting a 3-run homer to boot. Wood has shown a sharp increase in...

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Derek Carty

Derek Carty

AL Daily Notes - April 21, 2014

Ivan Nova -- After leaving Saturday's start with a sore elbow, it was revealed yesterday that Ivan Nova has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament. He's been placed on the DL and, in all likelihood, will be undergoing Tommy John...

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Michael Waldo

Michael Waldo

NL Player Analysis - April 21, 2014

Troy Tulowitzki (SS-COL) - The Colorado shortstop had a great day at the plate on Sunday, going 3-for-3 with two doubles, two walks, and two runs scored. Through 18 games, he's now hitting an incredible .393/.493/.661 and despite a high...

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Phil Double

Phil Double

NL Player Analysis - April 19, 2014

Matt Adams- Cardinals-1B Matt Adams went 1-4 on Saturday against the Washington Nationals. Adams has been hitting for average in the early going to the tune of a .348 AVG. Adams is known for his left handed power stroke, not...

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Josh Sperry

Josh Sperry

AL Player Analysis - April 20, 2014

Jonathan Singleton, Houston Astros: Jonathan Singleton launched a pair of homers in AAA Saturday and with the complete lack of production at first base this year, he could be the next Astros top prospect to get called up to the...

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Steve Shumansky

Steve Shumansky

NL Player Analysis-April 18, 2014

Nate Eovaldi (SP, Miami) Nate Eovaldi is an upside candidate because of his outstanding velocity. His FB Velo near 96 MPH is holding steady early in the season, his K/9 is up, and his walks are artificially low. He pitched...

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Frank Tomkins

Frank Tomkins

AL Player Analysis - April 19, 2014

Yangervis Solarte (3B-NYA). Solarte continued with his hot start to the season, going 1 for 3 with a run scored, to run his season line to .370/.452/.556. If you're a Solarte owner, enjoy the ride while you can. His current...

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David Regan

David Regan

NL Daily Notes - April 18, 2014

Ben Revere (OF-PHI) - Revere appears to have recovered from a rib injury, as he's started the last two games against the Braves. He was 3-for-4 with an RBI Thursday, driving in the game's only run. The game took Revere...

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Schuyler Dombroske

Schuyler Dombroske

AL Daily Notes - April 17th, 2014

Dallas Keuchel - Keuchel posted his second straight quality start Wednesday, going 6 innings and allowing 6 hits and 2 runs to KC, walking 1 and striking out 5. Keuchel has had a nice little velocity jump thus far (and...

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Michael Waldo

Michael Waldo

NL Player Analysis - April 17, 2014

Julio Teheran (SP-ATL) - Julio Teheran was a popular breakout candidate in 2014 after flashing his ace potential in the second half of 2013. Despite lacking the strikeout rate he showed last year, Teheran has continued his fantastic performance into...

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Josh Sperry

Josh Sperry

NL Player Analysis - April 16, 2014

Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals - After dominating the Marlins last time out, Stephen Strasburg was roughed up Tuesday by the Fish and lasted just four innings with an ugly line of 6 runs on 8 hits while striking out 5....

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Nicholas Rossoletti

Nicholas Rossoletti

AL Player Blog- 4/15/2014

Michael Pineda- The return of Michael Pineda for the New York Yankees has been a welcome surprise both for the Bronx Bombers and fantasy owners through his first two starts of 2014. Pineda has shown the same elite strike...

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Paul Sauberer

Paul Sauberer

NL Player Notes- April 15, 2014

Mike Fiers- MIL- Idea- I went to the Nashville Sounds game on Sunday and saw Fiers pitch. He was dominant, throwing 6.2 scoreless IP and allowing 5 hits and a walk while striking out 5. Of his 96 pitches, 60...

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Schuyler Dombroske

Schuyler Dombroske

AL Daily Notes - April 15th, 2014

Jesse Chavez - Chavez was brilliant on Monday, showing off the two attributes that have led to his ridiculously hot spring: improved control and a flashy new high GB rate. Lest you think that chavez is feasting on weak offenses,...

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Derek Carty

Derek Carty

AL Player Analysis - April 14, 2014

John Axford -- Axford has been a mess of contradictions this year, and it continued tonight as he blew his first save of the year after converting his first four. Despite an 8.4 BB/9 and 4.88 xFIP, Axford entered the...

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Frank Tomkins

Frank Tomkins

NL Player Analysis - April 14, 2014

Aaron Harang (SP-ATL). Harang's magical mystery tour continued on Sunday afternoon, as he held the Nationals to 1 run over six innings, while striking out 5. Harang has now put up a 0.96 ERA and 17:6 K:BB ratio over his...

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Phil Double

Phil Double

NL Player Analysis - April 12, 2014

Christian Yelich-Marlins-OF Christian Yelich and Giancarlo Stanton are the cornerstone hitters for the Miami Marlins. Yelich has the potential to go 15/20 this year. He does need to make strides to get into #2 OF territory. Yelich is going to...

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Michael Waldo

Michael Waldo

AL Player Analysis - April 13, 2014

James Shields (SP - KC) - James Shields put in a clunker of a performance on Saturday, yielding seven runs on 6 hits, 2 HRs, and 3 BBs. It didn't hurt as bad for fantasy owners because he was only...

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