Waiver Wired: Top MLB Pickups

Waiver Wired: Top MLB Pickups
In this week's Waiver Wired, D.J. Short welcomes Dillon Gee back from the disabled list and hopes that Kolten Wong is ready for a breakout.
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Miguel Cabrera doubled twice, walked twice, and drove in three runs as the Tigers skated to a victory against the Royals on Thursday.

Cabrera knocked in a run with a first-inning ground out, then knocked in a pair with a double in the fourth inning. The first baseman continues to hit, sporting a .315/.376/.550 slash line with 14 home runs and 73 RBI on the season.
Jul 10 - 11:55 PM

Torii Hunter finished 3-for-6 with two RBI singles and a solo home run as the Tigers walked all over the Royals in a win on Thursday.

Hunter has turned his season around with a hot start to July. Thursday's three-hit performance marked his sixth multi-hit game in nine games this month. The outfielder now has 12 home runs, 52 RBI, and a .276/.298/.455 slash line.
Jul 10 - 11:52 PM

Hector Santiago cruised to his first win of the season, allowing four runs (three earned) over six innings as the Angels routed the Rangers by a 15-6 score on Thursday.

The Angels were up 13-2 after three innings, so Santiago's first win of 2014 was in the bag. The lefty, now 1-7, allowed five hits, walked one, and struck out eight. He'll go into the All-Star break with a 4.50 ERA, a 1.33 WHIP, and a 62/25 K/BB ratio.
Jul 10 - 11:44 PM

Colby Lewis was demolished by the Angels' lineup on Thursday, allowing 13 runs (11 earned) in 2 1/3 innings, resulting in a loss.

Lewis entered the start with a 5.51 ERA, which was ugly enough, but it took a serious beating on Thursday. The right-hander surrendered 13 hits and struck out only one, but at least he didn't issue a walk. Lewis, tattered, heads into the All-Star break with a 6.54 ERA, a 1.82 WHIP, and a 73/26 K/BB ratio.
Jul 10 - 11:41 PM

Jake Smolinski singled, doubled twice, scored twice, and drove in three runs as the Rangers were hammered in a loss to the Angels on Thursday.

Smolinski has been on fire to begin his major league career, as he has had back-to-back-to-back multi-hit games in his first three big league starts. The 25-year-old outfielder doubled in two runs in the first inning to cut the Angels' lead to 4-2, and doubled in another run in the ninth inning. In 14 plate appearances, Smolinski has eight hits (including three doubles) and four RBI.
Jul 10 - 11:35 PM

Adrian Beltre went 3-for-4 with a solo home run, but the Rangers were trampled by the Angels on Thursday.

Beltre hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth inning, but by then, it was too little, too late as the Rangers still trailed 13-4. Beltre has been nearly unstoppable at the plate, as the veteran has 13 home runs, 50 RBI, and a sterling .341/.385/.545 slash line.
Jul 10 - 11:32 PM

Josh Hamilton doubled three times in five at-bats, knocking in two runs and scoring twice as the Angels handily defeated the Rangers on Thursday.

Hamilton doubled in a run and scored in the first inning, and did the same thing in the second. Hamilton added his third double in the eighth, but was stranded at third base. Call it a slump-buster, as the outfielder had logged only one hit in his previous 21 plate appearances entering the game. Hamilton is slashing a productive .293/.374/.451 with five home runs and 25 RBI on the season.
Jul 10 - 11:29 PM

Kole Calhoun went 4-for-5, scoring four runs and ripping an RBI double in Thursday's win against the Rangers.

Calhoun and Mike Trout, the Angels' 1-2 hitters, combined to reach base eight times, score seven runs, and knock in five of their own. It's no surprise that the Angels' win was a laugher. Calhoun, 26, is having a breakout season, slashing .305/.366/.542 with 10 home runs, 25 RBI, and 48 runs scored.
Jul 10 - 11:27 PM
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