Dose: Young And Athletics

Dose: Young And Athletics
Nate Grimm recaps the future's arrival in Oakland, a time frame for A.J. Pollock's activation and Lance McCullers' strong return in Sunday's Dose.
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Zach Davies spun seven shutout innings Sunday in the Brewers’ victory over Atlanta.

Davies was pitching to contact—he didn’t strike anyone out—but he only gave up four hits and was extremely efficient over his 98-pitch outing. He got stronger as the game went on, allowing just two base runners after the second inning. Davies leads Milwaukee with eight victories this year despite a sluggish 4.96 ERA. He’ll look for win No. 9 Saturday against Miami.
Jun 25 - 6:16 PM

Julio Teheran was lit up for seven hits and seven runs over three sluggish innings Sunday in the Braves’ loss to the Brewers.

He walked two and struck out three. Teheran came out flat today, allowing a run in each inning that he pitched. He served up a two-run shot to Travis Shaw in the first before yielding a solo blast to Keon Broxton an inning later. Teheran has now lost two straight following a five-start unbeaten streak. He’ll carry a 5.30 ERA into his next start Saturday at Oakland.
Jun 25 - 6:15 PM

Travis Shaw socked his 15th homer Sunday in the Brewers’ win over the Braves.

Shaw crushed a towering 429-foot blast off Julio Teheran to give Milwaukee a 1-0 lead in the first inning. The ball hung in the air for an incredible 5.3 seconds. That was all the offense Milwaukee needed as the Brewers cruised to a 7-0 win. The Red Sox’s decision to trade Shaw for setup man Tyler Thornburg, who is out for the year after undergoing thoracic outlet surgery, looks worse with each passing day.
Jun 25 - 6:13 PM

Keon Broxton clobbered another homer as part of a three-hit, three-RBI afternoon Sunday in the Brewers’ win over the Braves.

Broxton also stole his 13th base of the season. His home run was a 366-foot solo shot off Julio Teheran in the second inning. Broxton was struggling for a while but the threat of top prospect Lewis Brinson seems to have lit a fire under him. Seven of Broxton’s 13 homers this year have come over his 15 games.
Jun 25 - 6:12 PM

Domingo Santana collected three hits Sunday in the Brewers’ 7-0 win over the Braves.

The Brewers went to town on Julio Teheran and Santana played a big role in the onslaught. He doubled, singled twice and scored two runs while driving in a run of his own on a fourth-inning sac fly. Sunday extended Santana's hitting streak to six games.
Jun 25 - 6:10 PM

Ender Inciarte led the Braves with two hits Sunday in a 7-0 loss to the Brewers.

Both of his hits were singles. Inciarte went 2-for-4 while his teammates combined for just three hits in 26 at-bats (.116 AVG). The 26-year-old has erupted this month, batting .356 over 101 June at-bats. He’s hitting .309 for the year with 31 RBI and 10 steals.
Jun 25 - 6:09 PM

Chase Headley earned three hits Sunday in the Yankees’ 7-6 loss to the Rangers.

Headley had an eventful afternoon, providing a double and two singles as the Bombers’ nearly came all the way back from a 7-0 deficit. He was also caught stealing for the second time this year. Headley has had a decent month, batting .308 over 65 June at-bats. That’s well above his season average of .253.
Jun 25 - 6:08 PM

Gary Sanchez belted his 13th homer Sunday as the Yankees fell 7-6 in their series finale against Texas.

He took Nick Martinez deep for a three-run homer with two outs in the fifth inning. That was his only hit of the afternoon. Sanchez has been as good as advertised, slashing an impressive .298/.382/.560 over 168 at-bats this year. He ranks second among big league catchers in home runs behind only Kansas City’s Salvador Perez, and that was with Sanchez missing most of April with a strained biceps.
Jun 25 - 6:07 PM
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