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Bryce Harper collected his 14th homer and his fifth double Monday against the Padres.

Harper leads the NL with 14 homers and 43 walks. He also has 33 RBI, so he's on a good early pace to perhaps reach the century mark for the first time. It's something that would have happened last year had he remained healthy (87 RBI in 111 games).
May 21 - 10:20 PM

Juan Soto hit a three-run homer in his first at-bat and finished 2-for-4 in his first big-league start Monday against the Padres.

Soto didn't start against the lefty yesterday, but he was in there against fellow southpaw Robbie Erlin tonight and he went deep in the second inning. The homer didn't come in his first major league at-bat, since he had one off the bench yesterday, but it was close enough. It seemed unlikely that he'd play much against lefties initially, but he helped his case tonight, even if Erlin has been worse against lefties than righties over the course of his career.
May 21 - 10:18 PM

Franmil Reyes homered to give the Padres their only two run in a loss to the Nationals on Monday.

Too bad it will be overshadowed by Juan Soto's homer. Reyes, who homered off Gio Gonzalez, came into this one 2-for-17 with a 6/0 K/BB in six games since his callup. It's still too difficult to say whether he'll last in the Padres' lineup; he should be in there against every lefty the team faces as long as he's up, but playing time against righties might become more sporadic.
May 21 - 10:15 PM

Nick Pivetta blanked the Braves for seven innings in the Phillies' 3-0 victory Monday.

At this point, it seems safe to say that Pivetta has overtaken Punto as the best Nick P in Phillies history. He's 4-2 with a 3.53 ERA in 10 starts this year. His K:BB ratio is exactly 5:1 after he struck out seven and walked one tonight (60/12 K/BB in 53 IP).
May 21 - 10:09 PM

Hector Neris needed eight pitches to throw a perfect ninth and earn his ninth save Monday against the Braves.

Gabe Kapler is getting more creative with his pen, but he hasn't given up on Neris, who earned his first save since giving up three runs in blowing a game against the Mets 10 days ago. He's a subpar 9-for-12 in save chances this year, though he's given up runs in just four of his 20 appearances.
May 21 - 10:08 PM

Mike Foltyniewicz took a tough loss after allowing one run in six innings Monday against the Phillies.

Folty has allowed three runs -- one earned -- in his last three starts, but he has just one win to show for it. It doesn't help that he hasn't been able to pitch deep into games -- he completed six innings for the third time in 10 starts tonight, but he's yet to go beyond that -- but he's been really effective for a team that seems to have little trouble scoring runs for its other starters.
May 21 - 10:06 PM

Nick Williams went 2-for-4 and homered Monday in the victory over the Braves.

Williams got the start over Aaron Altherr in this one, but he didn't actually help his cause over Altherr, since Altherr hit a two-run homer in his lone at-bat off the bench. Those two homers accounted for all of the Phillies' scoring tonight. Williams has been performing better in limited action this month, going 10-for-32 with two homers. That's raised his OPS from .532 to .685.
May 21 - 10:03 PM

Maikel Franco went hitless in a third straight start Monday and is in a 3-for-30 slump.

Franco still has 29 RBI in 40 games this year, but his OPS is back down to .734 now after a strong first 10 days of May. Still, he shouldn't have to worry much about playing time as long as J.P. Crawford is out, and even with his slump, he still has 130 points of OPS over Scott Kingery.
May 21 - 10:01 PM
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