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Red Sox recalled RHP Rubby De La Rosa from Triple-A Pawtucket.

De La Rosa will provide a fresh arm in the bullpen after Thursday's 13-inning contest. The hard-throwing right-hander holds a 3.29 ERA and 38/20 K/BB ratio over 38 frames this season at Triple-A. He has a bright future as a starter and could get a chance in the rotation at some point this season, but he's needed in relief now.
Fri, Jun 14, 2013 11:48:00 AM

Ozzie Albies went 3-for-4 with two runs scored in a 7-3 victory over the Orioles on Sunday.

Albies now has seven hits in his last two games, and it appears his struggles are starting to come to a close. The 21-year-old infielder now has a .264 average on the season, and while he's not showing the same power stroke he did to start the year, he still has his slugging percentage of .492. The future is exceptionally bright for Albies, but he can still help your squad in 2018 as well.
Jun 24 - 4:36 PM

Chris Sale punched out 13 batters across seven shutout frames in the Red Sox' 5-0 victory over the Mariners on Sunday.

Sale got a whopping 26 swinging strikes in this one as he whiffed double-digit batters for the second start in a row and sixth time in 17 outings this season. The Mariners managed just four hits and one walk against the southpaw and Sale needed just 93 pitches to cruise through his seven innings even with all of the strikeouts. Sale has a big matchup in Yankee Stadium waiting for him his next time out.
Jun 24 - 4:20 PM

Edwin Encarnacion went 2-for-5 with a homer and five RBI in a 12-2 rout of the Tigers on Sunday.

Encarnacion's grand slam put the finishing touches on the blowout win; coming off of Artie Lewicki with one out in the eighth inning. He also drove in a run on an RBI double in the first, so he's up to 53 on the season. After a relatively slow start to the year, Encarnacion now has his OPS up to .794, and he's on pace to drive in 113 runs and hit 38 homers in 2018. Expect his .238 average and .311 on-base percentage to go up in the second half, as well.
Jun 24 - 4:17 PM

Jesse Winker hit a pinch-hit three-run homer to help the Reds to an 8-6 victory over the Cubs on Sunday.

The homer came off a completely ineffective Pedro Strop, and it's the fifth homer on the 2018 season for Winker. The left-handed hitting outfielder has seen his share of ups-and-downs, but that's to be expected from a player in his first full MLB season. His .263 average and .381 slugging percentage leave a lot to be desired, but the .378 on-base percentage speak to his offensive potential. Don't be surprised if Winker is much better in the second-half of the year.
Jun 24 - 4:04 PM

Travis Shaw departing Sunday's game against the Cardinals after appearing to aggravate his right wrist injury.

Shaw grimaced after fouling a ball off in the third inning and eventually walked into the clubhouse after a conversation with Brewers manager Craig Counsell and the trainer. He's dealt with a sore wrist for about a week and might be in need of a disabled list stint at this point. The club should have more on his status after the game.
Jun 24 - 3:23 PM

X-rays on Brandon Nimmo's right hand came back negative.

Nimmo had to exit Sunday's game after being plunked by three pitches (although only two of them officially counted), but he managed to escape with merely a bruised right pinkie. Consider him day-to-day.
Jun 24 - 3:13 PM

Garrett Richards (hamstring) will throw a bullpen session Monday.

If that goes well, he'll throw off a mound again Wednesday and then hopefully make a rehab start next weekend. If Richards can progress without any setbacks, he should be in line to rejoin the Angels' rotation sometime next week.
Jun 24 - 1:57 PM

Tyler Skaggs (hamstring) has officially been cleared to start Monday against the Royals.

Skaggs had to be scratched from his last outing with a tight right hamstring, but he threw a bullpen session Saturday without issue and is now ready to go. There's a bit of risk of re-injury with a hamstring, but a favorable matchup against the Royals makes Skaggs a must-start.
Jun 24 - 1:33 PM

Tommy Pham is absent from the Cardinals' lineup Sunday due to the flu.

Pham has evidently been under the weather for a few days, which could at least partly explain four straight hitless contests that included a golden sombrero Saturday. Harrison Bader will cover center field.
Jun 24 - 12:04 PM

Lorenzo Cain (groin) is not in the Brewers' lineup SUnday.

Cain has been banged up lately, exiting Thursday's game with a hamstring injury and Saturday's game with groin tightness. He's considered day-to-day for now. Christian Yelich will play center field and Hernan Perez is getting a start in right.
Jun 24 - 12:00 PM

Chris Taylor (hamstring) remained out of the Dodgers' lineup Sunday.

He's now missed three straight starts with a tight left hamstring. Taylor did come off the bench to deliver a two-run double Saturday, so odds are he won't miss many (if any) more starts. Enrique Hernandez is at shortstop for the third day in a row.
Jun 24 - 11:33 AM




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