Norris: 2015 NFL Mock Draft

Norris: 2015 NFL Mock Draft
Josh Norris talks us through (one of) his final mock drafts, with Todd Gurley finding his way into the top 15.
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CC Sabathia was lit up for seven earned runs over five innings Saturday in the Yankees' loss to the Mets.

The crosstown Mets pounced on him early and often in this one, slugging three home runs and nine hits total. Sabathia is now 0-4 with a 5.96 ERA, 1.36 WHIP, and 22/4 K/BB ratio in 25 2/3 innings this season. Control isn't an issue, but the 34-year-old left-hander is looking very hittable these days. He gets the Red Sox on the road next.
Apr 25 - 7:01 PM

Giancarlo Stanton went 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBI in Saturday's 8-0 win over the Nationals.

Stanton singled in the first inning, doubled and scored in the fourth inning, walked and scored in the sixth inning, and then slugged a no-doubt homer to left-center off Nats reliever Rafael Martin in the eighth. He now boasts a .946 OPS with five home runs and 16 RBI through 18 games this season.
Apr 25 - 6:57 PM

Tom Koehler delivered 7 1/3 innings of shutout ball in Saturday's defeat of the Nationals.

Koehler was fantastic, scattering six hits and a walk while striking out four. It was a nice bounceback from outing last Sunday, when he gave up seven runs in a loss to the Mets. Koehler will take a 2-2 record, 4.50 ERA, and 1.36 WHIP into his next start at home versus the Phillies.
Apr 25 - 6:53 PM

Stephen Strasburg surrendered four earned runs in six innings Saturday as the Nationals lost to the Marlins.

Strasburg looked to be hitting his stride last Sunday when he allowed just one run in 7 1/3 innings to the Phillies, but his early-season struggles returned Saturday afternoon in Miami. The right-hander gave up eight hits, including back-to-back fourth-inning doubles to Martin Prado and Giancarlo Stanton. Strasburg will carry a 1-2 record, 4.88 ERA, and 1.63 WHIP into his next start on the road against the Mets. It could be a rematch with Matt Harvey.
Apr 25 - 6:50 PM

Danny Santana is not in the Twins' lineup Saturday.

Santana entered the year as a fantasy sleeper but instead has scuffled out of the gate. His average is barely above the Mendoza line and he's only swiped one bag after stealing 20 last season. With Santana sitting out, Eduardo Escobar will draw the start at shortstop. Joe Mauer is the only lefty in the lineup tonight against Mariners southpaw James Paxton.
Apr 25 - 6:49 PM

Joel Peralta is dealing with "dead arm" and may require a stint on the disabled list.

Peralta doesn't have any pain but his shoulder feels weak. Dead arm happens to pitchers often in spring training but isn't as common during the regular season. Peralta has done well as the Dodgers' fill-in closer, converting all three of his save opportunities without allowing a run. If Peralta lands on the DL, Los Angeles would likely turn to Chris Hatcher in the ninth inning. Kenley Jansen (foot) is nearing a rehab assignment but might not be back with the team until mid-May.
Apr 25 - 6:14 PM

Saturday's game between the Cubs and the Reds has been postponed due to rain.

The teams sat through a four-hour rain delay before the game was called. No makeup date has been announced. Anthony DeSclafani and Jake Arrieta will have their starts pushed back to Sunday. The Cubs won 7-3 Friday in the series opener.
Apr 25 - 5:33 PM

Red Sox recalled RHP Matt Barnes from Triple-A Pawtucket.

The Red Sox placed Shane Victorino (hamstring) on the 15-day DL, opening up a roster spot for Barnes. The 24-year-old was starting for Pawtucket, but he'll be used out of the bullpen in Boston. This will be Barnes' second stint in the majors after appearing in five games for the Red Sox last September.
Apr 25 - 5:13 PM
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