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Mike Fiers pitched a superb game against the Reds on Friday, hurling seven innings of shutout ball in the 12-1 win.

Fiers struck out only two, but he counteracted his lack of strikeouts by limiting the Reds to just three hits while walking only one. The strong start comes on the heels of a seven-inning, one-run performance against the Twins. Pitching for a bad Brewers team, Fiers has quietly posted a respectable 3.87 ERA, though the 1.42 WHIP is on the high side. A home start against the Braves is up next.
Jul 3 - 11:22 PM

Michael Lorenzen failed to give the Reds length on Friday, surrendering three runs on five hits over four innings against the Brewers.

Both Gerardo Parra and Aramis Ramirez took Lorenzen deep, accounting for two of the three runs scored against him. He struck out three and walked two in what was a pedestrian outing. With a 3.48 ERA over 59 2/3 innings, Lorenzen's been on the decent side of things more often than not, though his 1.47 WHIP makes it difficult to believe that the ERA will stick under 4.00 for the entire season. A road date with the Nationals awaits next on the schedule.
Jul 3 - 11:21 PM

Chi Chi Gonzalez was hammered in Friday's loss to the Angels, allowing six runs on five hits in just 1 2/3 innings.

Gonzalez also issued a pair of walks while striking out one. All of the damage against him came during a six-run uprising in the second inning. It's the second time in his last three starts that he has allowed six runs, watching his ERA rise from 0.90 to 3.74. He'll look to get back on track on Friday when he takes on the Padres.
Jul 3 - 11:19 PM

Jose Abreu's solo home run in the third inning was the only run to score in Friday's 1-0 win over the Orioles.

The homer was Abreu's 14th of the season. Given how thoroughly he dominated in his rookie season, it's easy to shrug off Abreu's 2015 campaign as a disappointment, but the production's been there. Just to a less Godzilla-esque degree. Abreu's slashing .291/.341/.495 with 14 homers and 44 RBI this season.
Jul 3 - 11:17 PM

David Robertson struck out all three batters he faced, earning the save in Friday's 1-0 win over the Orioles.

Robertson fanned Matt Wieters, Chris Davis and J.J. Hardy in an impressive display of casual dominance. He has had poor moments this season and is a sketchy 17-for-21 in save chances, but he also carries a 48/7 K/BB ratio over 33 2/3 innings. With a 2.67 ERA, we expect him to continue to put up big numbers from the closer role.
Jul 3 - 11:12 PM

Adam Jones went 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Friday's loss to the White Sox.

Batting third and fourth in the lineup, Jones and Matt Wieters went a combined 0-for-8. For his part, Jones is slashing .287/.334/.463 with 10 homers and 37 RBI. He's hit 25 or more homers in each of the last four seasons.
Jul 3 - 11:07 PM

Matt Wieters went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts in Friday's loss to the White Sox.

Wieters played poorly, but the same can be said for the entire Oriole squad, as the team did not score in the game. Coming off of major elbow surgery, Wieters is hitting .238/.265/.492 with three homers and 10 RBI over 63 at-bats. These numbers are very much in line with his hitting prior to the injury, though the on-base percentage should rise as the season moves along. So far, so good.
Jul 3 - 11:01 PM

John Danks pitched a nice game on Friday, shutting out the Orioles over seven innings pitched.

Danks and Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez were locked into a pitcher's duel, but it was Danks who failed to blink. He scattered five hits over seven innings to go with five strikeouts and two walks. The lovely outing helped drop his ERA from 5.38 to 4.95. He also holds a 1.44 WHIP and 60/24 K/BB ratio (in 88 1/3 innings), though, and he'll have to put in a number of quality starts to really warrant any sort of fantasy consideration. He'll try to build off the Friday shutout when he faces the Blue Jays in his next start.
Jul 3 - 10:56 PM
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