Daily Dose: A Bit of Colome

Daily Dose: A Bit of Colome
Dave Shovein examines Friday's trade between the Rays and Mariners, the Red Sox cutting ties with Hanley Ramirez and more in Saturday's Dose.
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Noah Syndergaard yielded three runs over six innings in a no-decision against the Brewers on Friday.

Syndergaard allowed six hits — including a solo homer to Travis Shaw in the second inning — while striking out eight and walking none. He was only at 78 pitches through six innings, but Mets manager Mickey Callaway elected to have Jose Reyes pinch hit for him with a runner on first base and two outs in the top of the seventh. Reyes, who has been one of the worst players in baseball this season, grounded out. Syndergaard holds a 3.06 ERA and 76/13 K/BB ratio in 64 2/3 innings through 11 starts. He’ll get the Braves next on the road.
May 26 - 1:44 AM

Junior Guerra gave up two runs over six innings Friday in a no-decision against the Mets.

Guerra surrendered a solo homer to Amed Rosario in the third inning and another solo shot to Michael Conforto one inning later. He fanned three and walked none, so he was much more efficient that his last start against the Twins. Guerra has been a nice surprise for the Brewers this season, posting a 2.98 ERA over nine starts. He’s allowed two earned runs or fewer in seven of them, so he's been a useful matchup play in fantasy leagues. Up next is an NL Central showdown with the Cardinals.
May 26 - 1:44 AM

Corey Knebel gave up one run over two-thirds of an inning and blew a save Friday against the Mets.

Knebel retired the first two batters he faced but he then issued back-to-back walks to Michael Conforto and Devin Mesoraco before Jose Bautista tied the game with a single. The Brewers’ closer then walked Luis Guillorme — his third walk of the inning — before Jeremy Jeffress escaped the frame by inducing a grounder from Amed Rosario. The Brewers would go on to win the game in 10 innings. Knebel had his issues with walks last year, but he actually came into Friday’s appearance with just two walks in 8 2/3 innings this season. Perhaps the bigger concern is that Knebel just isn’t missing as many bats as he did last year.
May 26 - 1:43 AM

Travis Shaw drew a walk-off walk in the 10th inning to secure a 4-3 win over the Mets on Friday.

Mets reliever A.J. Ramos couldn’t find the strike zone, so he made things easy for him. The walk was the exclamation point on a great night at the plate for Shaw. The Brewers’ third baseman finished 3-for-4, including a solo homer in the second inning and an RBI single in the third. He also doubled in the game. Shaw has amassed three homers and eight RBI over his last three games. Surpassing 30 homers and 100 RBI again doesn’t feel like a stretch here.
May 26 - 1:42 AM

Michael Conforto connected for a solo homer, drew a walk, and scored two runs Friday against the Brewers.

Conforto was scuffling at the start of the season after returning from shoulder surgery, but he’s hit four of his five homers in the span of his last 14 games. He’s also batting .283 (15-for-53) during that time. He might be finally coming around.
May 26 - 1:42 AM

Amed Rosario slugged a long solo homer Friday against the Brewers.

It was a 437-foot shot to center field. Rosario has shown growing pains so far this year and owns an ugly 35/4 K/BB ratio over 45 games, but he’s hitting .350 (7-for-20) with three homers over his last six games. Expect more ups and downs as he continues to gain experience against major league pitching.
May 26 - 1:41 AM

Santiago Casilla will likely go on the disabled list after suffering a shoulder strain in Friday's game.

Casilla is sporting a 3.32 ERA in 21 2/3 innings out of the pen this year. The A's have recently freed up a couple of 40-man roster spots, so they have a number of ways they could go to replace Casilla in relief. Alternatively, they could just bring back Kendall Graveman for the rotation.
May 26 - 1:04 AM

Andrew Miller was charged with three runs and took the loss Friday against the Astros.

Miller replaced Corey Kluber with one out in the seventh inning and induced a double-play grounder to escape a potential rally, but it was a different story in the eighth. He gave up a leadoff double to George Springer before walking Alex Bregman. Jose Altuve then tied the game with a double. Cody Allen took over from there and allowed an inherited runner to score, closing the book on a disappointing night for Miller. The southpaw has uncharacteristically allowed seven runs in six appearances since returning from the disabled list. Keep in mind that he allowed just seven earned runs during the entire first half last season.
May 26 - 1:04 AM
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