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Weekend Box Score Review – April 25, 2011

Saturday April 23, 2011

Tampa Bay Rays 6

Toronto Blue Jays 4

Jose Bautista’s 2010 was a fluke, right?  His sixth and seventh homers say hi.

Chicago Cubs 10

Los Angeles Dodgers 8

Casey Blake is old and rickety, but there’s some value in a #2 hitter with some pop in his bat.  Rid ehim while he’s healthy and hot.

Minnesota Twins 10

Cleveland Indians 3

Brian Duensing is the newest version of the same old version of Twins starting pitchers, the strikeouts leave some to be desired but the walks remain low and he pitches well and deep into games.  Minnesota, keep doing what you do.

New York Mets 6

Arizona Diamondbacks 4

When the highest OBP in the top two of the order is .258 you might want to consider shuffling up the lineup, notice that Arizona?

Atlanta Braves 5

San Francisco Giants 2

Near complete game from Tim Hudson, I’m beginning to believe there needs to be one of these low strikeout/low walk starting pitchers on most successful fantasy teams.

Detroit Tigers 9

Chicago White Sox 0

Age caught up with the entire White Sox lineup at once, wow.  When Brad Penny takes a not hitter into the 6th inning on you there’s a serious problem needing fixed.

Cincinnati Reds 5

St Louis Cardinals 3

Two of the three best hitters in the game came together and both impressed with their own respective moon shots.

New York Yankees 15

Baltimore Orioles 3

Russell Martin has produced a top 5 catcher season in just one month, this is Brandon Inge circa 2008 except Martin is actually playing catcher; he doesn’t just have catcher eligibility.

Pittsburgh Pirates 7

Washington Nationals 2

Frustrated with Andrew McCutchen?  Patience, young grasshopper.

Houston Astros 9

Milwaukee Brewers 6

Brett Wallace is quieting putting together the beginning of something, he’s only gone deep once so far but a power bat with a .400 OBP is always something to take notice of.

Colorado Rockies 3

Florida Marlins 1

Carlos Gonzalez bought himself a week with last Sunday’s explosion, since?  1-20 with five punchouts.  I’d say I hate to say I told you so, but that’d be a lie.

Texas Rangers 3

Kansas City Royals 1

With Neftali Feliz being sent to the DL, Darren Oliver is going to pick up most of the slack.  He notched save #1 Saturday as the Legend of Alexi Ogando continues to grow.

Philadelphia Phillies 4

San Diego Padres 2

Looking for some middle relief help?  Antonio Bastardo, 9.1 IP, 14:3 K:BB, and yet to give up an earned run.  He may get some save opportunities in Contreras’ absence too.

Boston Red Sox 5

Los Angeles Angels 0

Did someone finally get in Dice K’s ear that he has the stuff to attack the strike zone and not justt nibble around it?  Back to back 0 earned run starts with only four free passes in 15 IP’s.

Oakland A’s 9

Seattle Mariners 1

Trevor Cahill may be this year’s Cy Young winner, for real’s.  Even on an off night he still only yielded one earned run in six IP’s…yes, I know it was the Mariners.

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