Daily Dose: Miguel Mashing

Daily Dose: Miguel Mashing
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Enrique Hernandez went 3-for-4 with a homer in a win over the Marlins on Monday.

The homer was a solo shot, and it was the only run scored off of Jarlin Garcia in the game. Hernandez continues his strong start to his 2018 campaign, and has his OPS up to .860 on the season. He's a solid DFS option when he's in the lineup against southpaws, as he often is.
Apr 24 - 1:32 AM

Josh Fields earned his first save of the season by pitching a scoreless ninth in a victory over the Marlins on Monday.

Fields gave Kenley Jansen the night off, and while he did allow a hit, he was able to get out of the inning unscathed. Don't expect too many more save opportunities for Fields as long as he's in the Los Angeles organization, but he is off to an excellent start to 2018 as seen in his 0.82 ERA and 14/3 strikeout-to-walk ratio.
Apr 24 - 1:29 AM

Jarlin Garcia allowed one run over six innings while striking out seven in a no decision against the Dodgers on Monday.

The only run came on a solo homer from Enrique Hernandez in the fourth inning. Outside of that, Garcia was once again outstanding, and his ERA is now down to a paltry 1.00 over his first 27 innings to begin 2018. The command still leaves a lot to be desired, but he walked just one tonight, and the swing-and-miss stuff is obvious. Garcia will be back on the mound on Sunday against the Rockies.
Apr 24 - 1:26 AM

Walker Buehler didn't get a decision, but fired five scoreless innings in a 2-1 victory over the Marlins on Monday.

Buehler did give up four hits and three walks over those five innings, but he struck out five and was able to make big pitches in his first ever MLB start. the 23-year-old is likely headed back to Oklahoma City to get valuable innings, but the Dodgers will need his services again in 2018 most likely. We saw a glimpse of what makes him one of the best pitching prospects in baseball on Monday.
Apr 24 - 1:23 AM

Trea Turner went 2-for-5 with a triple and a stolen base in a loss to the Giants on Monday.

The triple was the first of the year, and the steal was the speedy shortstop's ninth of the season. The numbers still aren't where fantasy owners would like them -- especially those who invested early in the 24-year-old -- but Turner is slowly but surely showing the talent that makes him one of the better fantasy shortstops in baseball. Remain patient.
Apr 24 - 1:18 AM

Gio Gonzalez took the loss in his start on Monday against the Giants by allowing three runs over five innings.

Gonzalez didn't have his best command in this one, and while he did strike out four over those five innings, he allowed seven baserunners -- three of them via walk. The 32-year-old southpaw had been outstanding in his previous outings, and he still has quality numbers (3.04 ERA, 29 strikeouts in 26 2/3 innings) on the season. He'll look to improve those numbers on Sunday against the Diamondbacks.
Apr 24 - 1:13 AM

Chris Stratton earned his second win of the season on Monday by firing 6 2/3 innings of two-run ball against the Nationals.

Stratton walked three, but he allowed just two hits and he struck out five. The strong run continues for the former first-round pick, and his ERA is now down to a tidy 2.32 on the 2018 season. Stratton will get another start on Saturday against the Dodgers at home.
Apr 24 - 1:10 AM

Hunter Strickland struck out two hitters in the ninth while picking up his fourth save of the season in a victory over the Nationals on Monday.

Strickland walked the first hitter, but retired the Nationals in order after the base-on-balls. His ERA is now down to 1.80, and he's struck out at least one hitter in his last four appearances. If he continues to pitch like this, he has a chance to remain San Francisco's closer throughout 2018.
Apr 24 - 1:08 AM
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