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Ryan Howard's only hit on Thursday was a big one, as his eighth-inning grand slam gave the Phillies the lead and the win against the Astros.

Howard had been mired in a slump, but Astros pitching has been medicine for his bat as he drove in multiple runs in all three games of the Phillies' sweep. He took lefty reliever Tony Sipp out to left-center with the bases loaded to give the Phillies a 6-5 lead. Shockingly, Howard has hit left-handed pitching significantly better than right-handed pitching this season. Overall, he's slashing .220/.301/.383 with 18 home runs and 71 RBI.
Thu, Aug 7, 2014 10:00:00 PM

Adam Duvall finished 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBI in the Reds' 8-4 win over the Phillies on Sunday.

Duvall opened the game's scoring with an RBI single off Phillies starter Zach Eflin in the top of the first inning before tagging Eflin for two-run homers in both the third and fifth. The 28-year-old slugger is batting .274/.317/.548 with 13 home runs and 43 RBI in 48 games this season for Cincinnati. He's currently on pace for a whopping 142 runs batted in.
May 28 - 4:48 PM

Aaron Judge launched his first career grand slam Sunday in the Yankees' 9-5 win over the A's.

Judge went deep to right in the bottom of the third inning off Athletics starter Andrew Triggs for his MLB-leading 16th home run of the year. He is the youngest Yankee to hit a grand slam since Melky Cabrera in 2006. Judge also singled in the game, finishing 2-for-4, and he's now batting .321/.422/.679.
May 28 - 4:37 PM

Khris Davis launched his 15th home run of the season Sunday in the A's loss to the Yankees.

It was a two-run shot in the top of the eighth inning off Yankees reliever Chad Green. Davis also reached on an error in the sixth inning and drew a walk, finishing 1-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored in the afternoon loss in New York. The big slugger is on pace for 50 home runs and 102 RBI.
May 28 - 4:34 PM

Mike Trout was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Marlins with a left thumb sprain.

He went for precautionary X-rays which ruled out any fractures. The Angels have yet to comment on how much time, if any, he'll miss due to the injury, but it doesn't sound like it should keep him down for long.
May 28 - 4:26 PM

Josh Tomlin worked a complete game, yielding just one run, as the Indians trounced the Royals 10-1 on Sunday in Cleveland.

The one run he gave up came on a Jorge Bonifacio solo shot in the top of the fifth inning. Tomlin yielded just six total hits and didn't issue a walk while striking out three. He got through all nine innings on 111 pitches, 79 of which went for strikes. The right-hander dropped his season ERA from 6.70 to 5.79.
May 28 - 4:23 PM

Elvis Andrus went 3-for-5 with a double, a stolen base, and two runs scored Sunday in the Rangers' 3-1 victory over the Blue Jays.

The stolen base was his 10th of the season and he's sporting a decent .278/.321/.434 batting line with 27 runs scored in 50 games this season for the Rangers. Andrus batted second on Sunday for the 24th time in 2017. It has become his regular lineup spot.
May 28 - 4:10 PM

Mike Trout departed Sunday's game versus the Marlins in the sixth inning with a left hand injury.

Trout jammed his hand into the second base bag on a stolen base attempt in the fifth inning. He initially remained in the game after a visit from the trainer but was then removed an inning later. The Angels should have an update on their star outfielder soon. Meanwhile, Trout's fantasy owners will hold their breath.
May 28 - 3:27 PM

Madison Bumgarner (shoulder) could resume a throwing program on Friday.

It would be the first step in a lengthy rehab process. Bumgarner would begin with some light catch and then slowly build up his throwing progression. Once he's deemed ready for game action, he will need five rehab starts before rejoining the Giants' rotation. This is all assuming he progresses without a setback, which is far from a sure thing when you're coming back from a shoulder injury. Bumgarner won't be back until late July even in a best-case scenario.
May 28 - 2:44 PM

Ben Zobrist (wrist) hopes to be back in the Cubs' lineup on Monday.

Zobrist tweaked his left wrist during an at-bat Friday and is out of the lineup Sunday for the second straight day. The Cubs are going with Javier Baez at second base and in the leadoff spot and an outfield of Ian Happ, Albert Almora and Jason Heyward.
May 28 - 2:28 PM

Brandon McCarthy (knee) expects to make his next scheduled start on Thursday in St. Louis.

An MRI has confirmed that McCarthy is dealing with patella tendinitis in his right knee, but it's something he said he's dealt with all season and he says he can pitch through it. The tall right-hander has allowed just one run on five hits and two walks across 12 innings in his last two starts.
May 28 - 2:13 PM

Jonathan Villar is batting seventh for the Brewers on Sunday.

Villar made a start in the No. 3 spot a little over a week ago, but that was the only other time he's hit anywhere other than leadoff. The 26-year-old is currently in a 6-for-36 slide at the dish that has his season line down to .213/.285/.330. Villar has been woeful against lefties this season (.514 OPS) and the Brewers are facing southpaw Patrick Corbin, so it's possible Villar will be back in the leadoff spot Monday when they go up against righty Robert Gsellman. Keon Broxton is batting leadoff Sunday. This is obviously a situation to keep an eye on, as it could have a big fantasy impact on both players.
May 28 - 12:49 PM




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