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6/25:Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Corey Kluber was great on Saturday, tossing seven innings and allowing two runs (none earned) on three hits and two walks, striking out 13. The seven innings without an earned run allowed brought Kluber's ERA down to 3.24. The Cleveland ace started off the season poorly and ended up on the disabled list, but he's been amazing since returning to the mound.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/25:Cleveland Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez kept his hot streak going on Saturday, blasting a fourth inning solo home run. It was his only hit of the game, as he ended up 1-for-4. Ramirez is hitting .319 with a .937 OPS and is an absolute must-own in all formats right now.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/25:The Kansas City Royals decided to take a chance by letting Raul Mondesi take the second base job out of spring training, and every concern about him played out. He struck out a whopping 36% of the time, and while he was able to steal five bases in just 15 games, his contact problems were just overwhelming. He was sent back to Triple-A, Whit Merrifield became the starter, and Mondesi became a footnote for the future. In 180 at-bats since his demotion, Mondesi has terrorized the minor leaguers. He's hit .339 with sixread more...
6/25:Jim Johnson closed out the Braves' seventh win in nine games with his 15th save of the year. The Braves have seen mixed results from the veteran who blew Wednesday's save opportunity against the Giants. Even with the 75% conversion rate this season, Johnson ranks seventh in chances this month. Though he ranks 11th in total saves, Johnson offers the rare chance for exclusive save opportunities in Atlanta.--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/25:Dansby Swanson continued his red hot month of June as a eighth inning single extended his hit streak to eight games. The young shortstop has seen his average climb 48 points with a .333 mark this month. Atlanta has seen a major boost in offense with his production from the bottom of the lineup. He lacks the power to be a regular option, but he's made the mid-season adjustments to suggest promise.--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/25:As the fortunes of the Kansas City Royals have gone, so have those of starting pitcher Jason Hammel. Hammel's atrocious start to the season that left him with a 1-6 record at the end of May coincided Kansas City's own AL-worst 23-30 record at that time. However, both have gone on a tear since then. The Royals are 14-6 while Hammel is 3-0 with a 2.30 ERA and incredible 19/1 K/BB ratio in the month of June. On Sunday, with the team over .500 for the first time all season, Hammel will face off against theread more...
6/25:Braves' starting pitcher R.A. Dickey has delivered his best two-start run of the season with another seven inning performance on Saturday. The veteran knuckleballer followed up Monday's shutout with a one run outing against the Brewers. Dickey's made major strides with his control, issuing only two walks over his part four starts. He remains too inconsistent to be an every start option, but he's nearing the point of fair potential.--Michael Collins - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/25:The Kansas City Royals bullpen was able to come through again as closer Kelvin Herrera locked down his 17th save of the season on Saturday. That makes five straight saves for Herrera as he has settled down since some hiccups in early June. Herrera has been a popular mention in trade rumors, but recent news from Kansas City indicated that he would only be traded if the Royals were to completely melt down. Instead, the Kansas City ballclub has turned a corner and now sits just three games out of the division lead as they toppedread more...
6/25:Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer continued his summer assault on opposing pitching by hitting his ninth home run of the season on Saturday. It was another solo shot, but any power from Hosmer is a good sign after his slow start to the season. Since May 1, Hosmer has triple-slashed .337/.395/.538 with eight home runs and three stolen bases.--Billy Stonick - RotoBallerSource: MLB.com
6/24:The Kansas City Royals haven't had a lot of reasons to celebrate outfielder Alex Gordon's presence on the team this season, but he came through on Saturday. With the game tied and Alcides Escobar on first base in the seventh, Gordon hit his first triple of the season (and first extra-base hit in 10 days) to drive him in. The run would go on to be the deciding factor in the game and help Jason Vargas snag his 11th win of the season. While Gordon continues to be bad overall,read more...
6/24:Kansas City Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar has been an offensive black hole this season, accounting for an incredible -26.5 offensive fWAR so far. However, he's been on a (relative) tear recently. Escobar extended his longest hit streak of the season on Saturday by going 3-for-3 with his first triple of 2017 and two runs scored. The streak has allowed him to drag his batting average above the Mendoza line, and the triple also pulled his slugging percentage up above .275 for the first time this year. Escobar's season numbers are still pitiful, but his June numbersread more...
6/24:Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Jason Vargas continued his magical roll on Saturday by tossing another gem. Vargas held the Blue Jays to just two earned runs over seven innings en route to his 11th win of the season, securing the league lead all for himself. This also made his sixth straight win and third straight quality start. Vargas has seen his strikeouts evaporate over the six weeks, so while he's continued to be successful, the underlying sabermetrics don't support him keeping it up. Through May 6, Vargas had a strikeout rate of 8.36/9, but sinceread more...
6/24:Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier went 1-for-4 with a tie-breaking solo homer in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Cleveland Indians. Dozier, who also scored two runs, is now slashing .254/.343/.453 with 13 homers, 35 RBI, and 36 runs scored on the season. While he got off to a slow start, Dozier is known to be a streaky hitter so his fantasy owners will have to take the good with the bad with him. Keep plugging the star second baseman into those fantasy lineups, especially on Sunday when he takes on Indians starter read more...
6/24:Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton snapped a four-game hitless streak on Saturday, going 2-for-5 with a run scored against the Washington Nationals. Hamilton has been struggling for much of June, partially due to a sore thumb which held him out of a few games last week. On the season, Hamilton is slashing just .235/.286/.304 with one homer, 19 RBI, 45 runs, and 31 stolen bases. Despite the struggles, the Reds have remained committed to Hamilton in the leadoff spot this season. If he's able to start reaching base regularly again he should score plenty of runsread more...
6/24:Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey was not treated kindly in his first start of the season. The Washington Nationals lit him up for eight runs on six hits in 1 2/3 innings of work. Bailey had spent all of the season on the disabled list after having elbow surgery back in February to clean up some bone spurs. After Saturday's outing, he may want to return to the DL. The veteran right-hander now has a tidy 43.20 ERA on the season. He can remain on waiver wires until he shows he's able to keep bigread more...
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