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About Mario Hernandez - RotoBaller



Mario Hernandez - RotoBaller has written 877 articles so far, you can find them below.


Washington Nationals outfielder and top prospect Juan Soto has been moved up to second in the batting order for Wednesday's contest against San Diego right-hander Tyson Ross. This is Soto's third major league start and he's only 19. He showed incredible strike-zone recognition on Tuesday, letting four pitches from Eric Lauer go right below the... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Rich Hill (finger) threw a 31-pitch bullpen session on Tuesday with a Band-Aid on his blistered finger. Hill is looking to come back quickly from this frequently-occurring injury, even going so far as to urinate on his hand to fight this particular blister. He likely won't be back for another month... Read More

Washington Nationals starter Erick Fedde will start for the team on Wednesday versus the Padres. The Nationals haven't officially made the announcement, but he's on his way to Washington D.C. Fedde hasn't exactly been lighting up the batters at Triple-A. He's given up 20 earned runs in 41 1/3 innings with 42 strikeouts and 13... Read More

Washington Nationals outfielder and top prospect Juan Soto showed his immense maturity at the plate on Tuesday versus the Padres. Soto walked three times on 12 pitches and hit a single on the one strike he saw all night. He also scored the game-winning run and was picked off first base. Still, for someone who... Read More

Washington Nationals starter Jeremy Hellickson left the sixth inning of Tuesday's tied game with the Padres with a blister on his right hand. Through 5 1/3 innings, he gave up one earned run on five hits, striking out five and walking one. The lone earned run came on a solo home run by Franchy Cordero.... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Walker Buehler had little to show for his excellent effort on Monday. The team's top pitching prospect, who has become the team's ace by simply staying healthy, gave up one earned run on two hits over seven innings, striking out six and walking none. He threw 61 of his 90 pitches... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Max Muncy hit a home run into the visitor's bullpen off Colorado starter German Marquez on Monday. Muncy also drew two walks and now sports a .372 on-base percentage since becoming a Dodger. The team may have found their leadoff hitter now that Chris Taylor has been dropped in the... Read More

Washington Nationals first baseman Mark Reynolds hit two home runs on Monday, marking the second time he's done that since being called up last Sunday. Reynolds went 3-for-5 on the night with two RBI and three runs scored. He's now 8-for-18 in six games with only two strikeouts and two walks. If he can keep... Read More

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman (oblique) may be ready to return from his injury soon but would need to go on a rehab assignment first. His return from an oblique injury will hopefully turn his season around, as he's been in a slump from the get go in 2018. The team won't likely rush... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Alex Wood finally received enough run support to garner his first win of the season on Sunday. Backed by three Dodgers' runs, Wood gave up two earned runs on four hits in six innings, struck out four and walked one. He threw 53 of his 82 pitches for strikes and now... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Brock Stewart is the leading candidate to make a spot start on Tuesday versus the Rockies in L.A. He last pitched for Triple-A Oklahoma City on May 17th, which would line him up perfectly. The Dodgers are down a starter with Rich Hill going on the disabled list with another blister... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw (bicep) threw a 30-pitch bullpen session on Sunday without incident. He's recovering from bicep tendinitis and hasn't thrown off a mound since May 1st. The plan is to have one more bullpen session before letting him pitch in a game. While it's possible he could get a rehab start,... Read More

Washington Nationals outfielder and top prospect Juan Soto won't be starting on Sunday despite his extraordinary month-long jump from High-A to the MLB. Matt Adams will start in left field instead with Mark Reynolds manning first base and batting cleanup. The omission isn't surprising given that the Nationals face a lefty, Dodgers starter Alex Wood.... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Rich Hill (hand) will miss at least four weeks due to his latest blister, according to Dave Roberts. Hill left the second game of the team's doubleheader against the Nationals on Saturday after only two pitches. Closeups of his left hand revealed a flap of skin dangling from it. He later... Read More

Washington Nationals outfielder Howie Kendrick ruptured his Achilles heel tendon during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Dodgers and will undergo surgery to repair it. The veteran hurt himself on a routine catch in the eighth inning and wont play again this season. Top prospect Juan Soto will be called up to take... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner will sit out the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Nationals. Max Muncy, who played first base in the first game, will slide over to cover third and bat second. Muncy had two RBI in the first game, his second game with multiple RBI in three games.... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Ross Stripling has his best outing of the season in game one of the Saturday's doubleheader against the Nationals. Stripling earned the win by giving up just one earned run on four hits, striking out nine and walking none. He was working a nasty curveball and took full advantage of the... Read More

Washington Nationals outfielder Howie Kendrick left the first game of Saturday's doubleheader in the top of the eighth inning with a leg injury. Kendrick was catching a sacrifice fly by Max Muncie that scored Justin Turner when he felt something in his right leg. He dropped, holding the back of his leg, and had to... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw (biceps) threw from 120 feet on Thursday. The ace has been increasing his throwing distance as he recovers from biceps tendinitis. He's been throwing regularly since hitting the disabled list on May 6 but has yet to be cleared to pitch off a mound yet. No timetable has been... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner went 3-for-4 on Thursday, recording five RBI on two doubles. Turner was activated for the series on Tuesday after missing the season so far with a wrist injury. Since returning, he's gone 6-for-13 and could be the vital catalyst that the defending National League champions have been missing.... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda credits a mechanical adjustment for his complete dominance of the Miami Marlins on Thursday. By slowing down his delivery, Maeda produced his strongest start of the season, allowing just two hits in eight innings with eight strikeouts and no walks. His slider was definitely working and only Derek Dietrich's... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal will sit out Thursday's finale against the Marlins and Austin Barnes will start in his place behind the dish. He'll bat second. It looks like nothing more than a day off for Grandal, who's only missed two out of the last ten games. Outfielder Matt Kemp is starting in... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman and outfielder Cody Bellinger is playing centerfield on Wednesday versus the Marlins and batting fifth. Bellinger is shifting Joc Pederson over to left and Chris Taylor, who sometimes plays center, is firmly entrenched as the Dodgers' everyday shortstop. Matt Kemp is inexplicably sitting. He's dominated lefties and the Dodgers are... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Alex Wood delivered another quality start that got no run support from the moribund Dodgers lineup. Wood scattered nine singles, allowing one earned run with eight strikeouts and no walks. Another Marlins run was unearned due to a Logan Forsythe error. But the Dodgers didn't answer with a run until the... Read More

Washington Nationals starter and pitching prospect Austin Voth has been called up as the team's 26th man for the second Wednesday games against the Yankees in D.C. Tuesday's contest was suspended and will be completed Wednesday if the rain lets ups. The regular night game will be played a few hours later, which is why... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw (biceps) played catch and threw up to 60 feet on Tuesday. He'll next be stretched out to 90 feet, though manager Dave Roberts said that Kershaw won't be throwing off a mound during the team's road trip to Miami. Kershaw is dealing with biceps tendinitis, a more concerning injury... Read More

Washington Nationals second baseman Daniel Murphy (knee) will play full extended spring training games in West Palm Beach, Florida, to test his knee. The Nationals are ramping up his baseball activities after seeing him run intensely in Arizona recently. No timetable has been given for his return yet, however. Murphy is still recovering from microfracture... Read More

Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner (wrist) and second baseman Logan Forsythe (shoulder) were activated from the disabled list on Tuesday to start their series against the Marlins in Miami. Infielder Kyle Farmer and outfielder Tim Locastro were sent down to Triple-A in a corresponding move. Turner hasn't played all season and is batting... Read More

Washington Nationals first baseman Mark Reynolds hit two home runs in his Nationals debut on Sunday in Arizona. The second was a two-run go-ahead homer that won the game 6-4. Reynolds finished the night going 3-for-4 with 3 RBI. He had just been called up the day before to replace first baseman Ryan Zimmerman, who... Read More

Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman (oblique) was placed on the 10-day disabled list on Saturday due to an oblique strain. First baseman Mark Reynolds was called up from Triple-A Syracuse to take his place. Zimmerman had missed the past few games with what was originally claimed to be a back strain. Reynolds was recently... Read More

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