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Adam Warren was tagged for four runs over four innings in a no-decision against the Rays on Friday.

Warren held the Rays scoreless over the first three innings, but everything went south for him in the fourth, as he allowed a go-ahead three-run homer to Allen Dykstra and a solo blast to the very next batter, Logan Forsythe. He made it through the rest of the inning unscathed, but the damage was done. He struck out two and walked two in the no-decision and now owns a 4.82 ERA through his first two turns in the starting rotation. With Chris Capuano (quad) and Ivan Nova (elbow) still a ways off, Warren figures to get several more starts.
Apr 17 - 11:32 PM

Nate Karns was handed a no-decision against the Yankees on Friday after giving up two runs over five innings.

Karns only gave up two hits, but they were costly, as they both left the yard via home runs from Stephen Drew and Alex Rodriguez. He struck out seven and walked four in the no-decision and owns a 4.58 ERA and 17/10 K/BB ratio in 17 2/3 innings across his first three starts this season. The control has been shaky, but he's worth using in AL-only leagues as long as he has a rotation spot.
Apr 17 - 11:32 PM

Stephen Drew clubbed a solo homer and drew a walk Friday against the Rays.

Drew has just five hits (and a lowly .167 batting average so far this season), but three of them are home runs. At least he's making them count. The 32-year-old had just three home runs in 155 plate appearances after joining the Yankees last season.
Apr 17 - 11:31 PM

Allen Dykstra connected for his first major league home run Friday against the Yankees.

Dykstra hit a go-ahead three-run shot off Adam Warren in the fourth inning, but Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees battled back to get the win. Called up after James Loney's recent oblique strain, the 27-year-old is just 2-for-17 in the majors thus far, but he has drawn six walks.
Apr 17 - 11:31 PM

Eric Hosmer went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI on Friday as the Royals topped the Athletics 6-4.

After dropping their first two games of the season against the Twins, the Royals got back to their winning ways on Friday. Hosmer plated the team's first run with an RBI single in the third inning and scored on a run-scoring knock by Alex Gordon. Hosmer is off to a terrific start in 2015, slashing .302/.340/.395 with a homer and nine RBI.
Apr 17 - 11:05 PM

Xander Bogaerts went 2-for-4 with a walk-off RBI single in a 3-2 win over the Orioles on Friday night.

Mike Napoli led off the bottom of the ninth inning with a walk against Brian Matusz before Daniel Nava sacrificed him over to second and Bogaerts cashed him in with a bloop single to right field. It was his first career walk-off hit. Bogaerts, who also had a run scored on the night, now owns a healthy .395/.452/.474 batting line through nine games this season. The Red Sox are 7-3 on the year.
Apr 17 - 11:05 PM

Joe Kelly allowed two runs over 5 2/3 innings in a no-decision against the Orioles on Friday.

Kelly was dominant in his season debut against the Yankees last season, but he wasn't nearly as efficient this time around, as he threw 118 pitches and couldn't get out of the sixth inning. He allowed four hits (including a home run to Caleb Joseph) and two walks while striking out three batters. The velocity is there for Kelly -- he was still throwing in the mid-90s in his final frame -- but he hasn't found a way to parlay that into sustained success as a starter yet.
Apr 17 - 11:04 PM

Ryan Hanigan launched a two-run homer against the Orioles on Friday.

Hanigan's blast, which was his first home run of the season, tied the game in the fifth inning. Boston went on to win in the bottom of the ninth. Hanigan is hitting just .136 (3-for-22) so far, but he has drawn seven walks, so his on-base percentage sits at .345. The Red Sox will take it, at least until top prospect Blake Swihart is deemed ready.
Apr 17 - 11:03 PM
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