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Trevor Bauer picked up his eighth victory of the season on Friday, holding the Blue Jays to three runs on six hits over five frames.

Bauer punched out six on the night while issuing four free passes. An elevated pitch count of 112 forced him from the game before he was able to record an out in the sixth inning. The inconsistent right-hander now sits at 8-8 on the season with a 5.58 ERA, 1.49 WHIP and 111/41 K/BB ratio across 98 1/3 innings. He'll do battle against the Angels at home on Thursday.
Jul 21 - 10:53 PM

Justin Smoak had a nice night at the dish in Friday's loss to the Indians, going 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI.

Smoak also drew a walk in the contest, reaching base safely three times in his four trips to the plate. His RBI double increased the Blue Jays' lead to 3-1 in the fifth inning, but wound up being the extent of their offensive output. Smoak is enjoying a phenomenal season, slashing .302/.376/.591 with 26 homers and 63 RBI.
Jul 21 - 10:48 PM

Marco Estrada struggled in a losing effort against the Indians on Friday, surrendering five runs on six hits over 4 2/3 innings of work.

The right-hander walked three and punched out three on the evening. Most of the damage against him was inflicted by Edwin Encarnacion who hit a solo homer in the second inning and a two-run double during a four-run uprising in the fifth. Estrada has been terrible over the last six weeks, watching his ERA fall from 3.12 at the start of June to 5.52 after Friday's start. He'll try to turn things around on Wednesday against the Athletics.
Jul 21 - 10:46 PM

Aaron Nola held the Brewers to just one run over eight innings as part of a 6-1 victory on Friday.

Nola gave up a solo homer to Brett Phillips in the second inning, but otherwise he held the Brewers off the board. He tied a career-high with nine strikeouts and walked a pair in the victory. Nola now owns a 1.70 ERA over his last six starts, once again showing that he’s capable of being a frontline starter when healthy.
Jul 21 - 10:38 PM

Matt Garza yielded two runs in five innings of work in Friday’s loss to the Phillies.

Garza held the Phillies scoreless after giving up a two-run homer to Freddy Galvis in the first inning, but it was enough to put him on the losing side. He fanned four and walked three on the evening. The veteran right-hander has been surprisingly effective this season, posting a 3.83 ERA and 56/25 K/BB ratio in 82 1/3 innings across 15 starts. He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in four straight starts.
Jul 21 - 10:37 PM

Miguel Cabrera was removed from Friday's game against the Twins with an apparent injury after taking a ground ball to his chest.

Cabrera was drilled in the chest by a hard ground ball off the bat of Robbie Grossman in the fourth inning. The ball took a bad hop and hit him under his chin. While he was able to remain in the game and finish the inning defensively, he was pinch hit for during the next half inning. The Tigers should have an update on his status after the game.
Source: M-Live.com
Jul 21 - 10:36 PM

Freddy Galvis homered and drove in three runs in Friday’s win over the Brewers.

Galvis slugged a two-run homer in the first inning and later added a sacrifice fly as part of the Brewers’ three-run sixth inning. The 27-year-old has shown more patience this season while batting .251 with 11 homers, 41 RBI, and six steals through 94 games. He’s sporting a career-best .728 OPS.
Jul 21 - 10:36 PM

Cesar Hernandez walked twice, scored a run, and drove in a run Friday against the Brewers.

Hernandez drew a bases-loaded walk in the sixth inning. He’s 4-for-15 (.267) with four walks, three RBI, and four runs scored over four games since returning from the disabled list. The 27-year-old could be an interesting trade chip leading into the deadline.
Jul 21 - 10:36 PM
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