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Nolan Reimold launched a pinch-hit, walk-off two-run homer to end Sunday's 5-3 win over the Indians.

Pinch-hitting for Julio Bourbon, Reimold sent the fans home happy when he connected for a walk-off blast against Tribe reliever Cody Allen with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Those heroics are fine and dandy, but for the season, the veteran outfielder has collected just five homers and 13 RBI over 142 at-bats. He does not hold any fantasy value of note.
Jul 24 - 6:29 PM

Jameson Taillon allowed four earned runs over six innings Sunday in a no-decision against the Phillies.

At least he didn't get hit in the head by a comebacker, which is what happened in his last start Tuesday versus the Brewers. Taillon struck out seven batters on Sunday and issued no walks, but the Phillies got to the rookie right-hander for eight hits, including two home runs. Pittsburgh did rally to take the game 5-4, with the "win" going to Neftali Feliz.
Jul 24 - 6:24 PM

Vince Velasquez surrendered four runs in six innings Sunday as the Phillies fell to the Pirates.

Velasquez escaped with a no-decision because the Pirates didn't take the lead for good until the bottom of the seventh inning, when rookie Adam Frazier hit a go-ahead pinch-hit solo homer off Phillies reliever Edubray Ramos. Velasquez yielded seven hits and walked four in the ugly afternoon outing at PNC Park. He'll try to bounce back next time out against the Braves.
Jul 24 - 6:22 PM

Tyler Naquin went 1-for-4 with an RBI double in Sunday's loss to the Orioles.

Naquin notched an RBI double in the fourth inning. The two-bagger was his 11th of the season. Overall, he is slashing a fine .321/.380/.626 with 12 homers, 30 RBI and five triples over 187 at-bats. That all of this comes in his first major league season is impressive.
Jul 24 - 6:19 PM

David Robertson gave up three solo homers in the top of the ninth inning Sunday versus the Tigers.

Nick Castellanos, Tyler Collins, and Jarrod Saltalamacchia all went deep to tie the game at 4-4. But the White Sox rallied to win it in the bottom of the ninth, which actually gave Robertson his second win of the season. He has allowed seven earned runs in four innings since the All-Star break and now has a 4.58 ERA for the year. If the White Sox can find a team to take on his contract ahead of the August 1 trade deadline, they should probably pull the trigger.
Jul 24 - 6:12 PM

Anibal Sanchez allowed four earned runs over six innings Sunday in a no-decision versus the White Sox.

Detroit wound up losing in the bottom of the ninth inning, with Bruce Rondon taking the loss. Sanchez got lit up for 10 hits, including an Adam Eaton three-run shot in the bottom of the second inning. The right-hander has a 6.56 ERA on the year and could be pushed out of the Detroit rotation before his next scheduled turn.
Jul 24 - 6:09 PM

Jose Quintana tossed 6 2/3 scoreless innings Sunday in a no-decision versus the Tigers.

Quintana should have collected his ninth win, but White Sox closer David Robertson allowed three solo homers in the top of the ninth inning as the Tigers tied the game. Chicago rallied to win in the bottom of the ninth, with Melky Cabrera providing the walkoff hit. Quintana, 27, stands 8-8 with a shiny 2.97 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 116/32 K/BB ratio in 130 1/3 innings this season. He'll face the Twins next.
Jul 24 - 6:07 PM

Corey Kluber (calf) pitched well in Sunday's no-decision against the Orioles, allowing three runs on six hits over seven innings.

A right calf cramp forced Kluber out of his last start, but he showed no signs of a recurrence on Sunday. Against the Orioles, he struck out eight and walked one. The O's posted two runs against him in the fourth inning, with the final run on his line scoring one frame later courtesy of a solo homer by Jonathan Schoop. Kluber will carry a 3.44 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 138/31 K/BB ratio (136 innings) into a home start against the A's next time he toes the rubber. He has had his rocky moments this season, but his overall numbers look more/less like they should for a player of his caliber. Maybe drop the ERA down a bit.
Jul 24 - 6:06 PM
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