Dose: New York's Grand Experiment

Dose: New York's Grand Experiment
Jesse Pantuosco looks at the Yankees' unconventional winning streak and Toronto's recent struggles in Wednesday's Daily Dose.
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Leonys Martin hit a walk-off two-run home run in Tuesday's 6-5 win over the A's.

Martin had just one hit on the evening, but boy howdy, it was a big one. Down 5-4 with one on and two outs in the ninth inning, the 28-year-old outfielder stood as the Mariners' last line of defense against a probable loss. He would make sure that no defeat came their way, cracking a two-run walk-off dinger to deep right off A's closer Ryan Madson to end the game. Of lesser import, the homer pushed Martin to an eight-game hitting streak. He is slashing .259/.337/.483 with nine homers, 19 RBI and seven steals over 143 at-bats. The nine homers already stand as a career best for Martin.
May 25 - 1:49 AM

Ryan Madson was crushed for a two-run, walk-off home run by Leonys Martin in Tuesday's 6-5 loss to the Mariners.

The A's took a 5-2 lead after six innings and looked poised for the win, but a two-run home run by Robinson Cano in the eighth drew the M's to within 5-4 and set the stage for a very, very sudden collapse by Madson in the ninth inning. After recording the first two outs in the frame, the A's closer surrendered a double to Nori Aoki. Next batter up was Martin and, as the saying goes, the rest was history. Madson still holds a 2.66 ERA (it was 1.83 before Tuesday's fateful homer) and is 11-for-13 in save chances.
May 25 - 1:41 AM

Nathan Karns was unable to earn his fifth victory of the season in taking a no-decision against the A's on Tuesday, surrendering three runs on five hits over five-plus innings.

Karns came out to start the sixth inning and immediately ran into trouble, allowing back-to-back singles to Stephen Vogt and Danny Valencia. He was lifted for reliever Nick Vincent at that point, with Vincent subsequently allowing a sacrifice fly to Khris Davis to account for the third and final run on Karns' line. For the season, the 28-year-old right-hander holds a 3.53 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 51/20 K/BB ratio over nine starts (51 innings). A Memorial Day home date with the Padres shows next on his schedule.
May 25 - 1:35 AM

Kendall Graveman surrendered two runs on seven hits over 4 1/3 innings in Tuesday's no-decision against the Mariners.

Graveman struck out three and walked two on the evening. He allowed an RBI double to Robinson Cano in the first inning and an RBI single to Nelson Cruz in the third, but otherwise came away unscathed in terms of scoring damage. The 25-year-old right-hander owns an uncomfortable 5.36 ERA, 1.60 WHIP and 36/19 K/BB ratio over 47 innings. A home start against the Twins shows next on his schedule.
May 25 - 1:33 AM

Justin Turner went 3-for-5 with three RBI in Tuesday's win over the Reds.

Turner opened the scoring with an RBI single in the first inning. He would later hit a two-run single in the eighth as part of a three-run insurance frame. The 31-year-old outfielder has yet to find any of his 2015 success and is batting a punch-less .242/.335/.356 over 149 at-bats. Last year, he finished the season with a .294/.370/.491 triple-slash.
May 25 - 1:32 AM

Adam Duvall went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in Tuesday's loss to the Dodgers.

Duvall was the entire Reds offense (as it were) in the 8-2 loss, cracking a two-run home run off starter Mike Bolsinger in the fourth inning. The 27-year-old has now homered in two of his last three games and boosted his triple-slash to .259/.294/.548 in the process. For the season, he has smacked nine homers and 12 doubles while driving in 19 runs across 135 at-bats.
May 25 - 1:26 AM

Making his first major league start in Tuesday's loss to the Dodgers, Daniel Wright surrendered four runs (three earned) on seven hits over 5 1/3 innings.

Wright struck out four and walked just one on the evening. After surrendering a first-inning RBI single to Justin Turner, the 25-year-old right-hander settled in and did not allow another run until the fourth. The Dodgers put up two in that frame and scored once more against Wright in the sixth to polish off the scoring on his line. Tuesday's outing was just fine for a debut, but it remains to be seen whether he will stick in the rotation moving forward. Between Double- and Triple-A, Wright held a sterling 0.79 ERA, 0.64 WHIP and 32/5 K/BB ratio over 34 innings.
May 25 - 1:21 AM

Making his second start of the season, Mike Bolsinger allowed two runs on three hits over 5 2/3 innings in Tuesday's win over the Reds.

Bolsinger struck out six and walked one on the evening. Both runs on his line came home courtesy of a two-run home run by Adam Duvall in the fourth inning. The 28-year-old right-hander was optioned to Triple-A following his first start of the season last week and while he pitched just fine in start No. 2, he shouldn't be considered a long-term rotation option for fantasy purposes.
May 25 - 1:20 AM
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