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Red Sox catching prospect Daniel Flores has died due to complications from cancer.

It was reported Wednesday afternoon that Flores would miss part of the 2018 season due to a serious medical condition. Now the story has turned horribly tragic. Flores, a native of Venezuela, was given a $3.1 million dollar signing bonus in July, and was considered one of the best catching prospects in the international market in quite some time. He was 17 years old.
Wed, Nov 8, 2017 06:09:00 PM

The Red Sox are calling Xander Bogaerts' exit from Sunday's game "precautionary" due to left shoulder soreness.

He's considered day-to-day. Bogaerts suffered the injury on a swing during the seventh inning and was pulled from the game in the middle of his at-bat. The Red Sox are likely to play it safe with him during the final week of the regular season, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him sit out a couple of games.
Sep 23 - 9:52 PM

Kyle Freeland delivered another dominant performance in Sunday's victory over the Diamondbacks, striking out six over seven shutout innings.

Freeland scattered seven hits on the afternoon, all of them singles, while issuing only one free pass. It's getting completely over-shadowed by the tremendous pitching performances by the likes of Jacob deGrom, Max Scherzer and Aaron Nola in the National League, but the Rockies' 25-year-old southpaw has been unbelievable this season. He'll carry a 2.84 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 169/69 K/BB ratio into his regular season finale on Friday against the Nationals.
Sep 23 - 7:53 PM

Jake Cave went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer in a 5-1 victory over the Athletics on Sunday.

Cave took Trevor Cahill deep in the first inning, and it’s the 12th homer of the season for the outfielder. He’s probably played more than the Twins would have liked because of various injuries/struggles, but when he’s been on the field he’s shown quality power (.467 slugging percentage) and has held his own with a .261 average in 85 games. Cave should be a solid bench option for the Twins in 2019, assuming he’s not moved in a deal this off-season.
Sep 23 - 7:14 PM

Jeff McNeil went 4-for-5 with an RBI and a stolen base in the Mets' 8-6 win over the Nationals on Sunday.

It was an epic performance from the 26-year-old rookie infielder, who reached base safely in five of six plate appearances in this one. He's recorded an astounding 19 multi-hit efforts in just 57 games since being called up from Triple-A Las Vegas on July 24. McNeil singled and swiped second base, his sixth steal of the year, in the first inning, singled in the third, delivered an RBI single and came around to score a run in the fourth, singled in the fifth and capped off his afternoon with a walk in the seventh. He's hitting an absurd .340/.398/.495 with 32 runs scored, three homers and 19 RBI in 221 plate appearances.
Sep 23 - 6:48 PM

Joey Gallo hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning in a 6-1 victory over the Mariners on Sunday.

Gallo’s homer came in his only at-bat, and it was off of Ryan Cook to extend the Rangers lead to 6-1. It gives the slugger 39 homers on the year, and the two RBI are numbers 90 and 91 on the season, respectively. Gallo’s strikeouts are frustrating and death for his batting average, but the power isn’t going anywhere anytime soon for the 24-year-old. Unless something unforeseen happens, he’s going to have his second-straight 40-homer season with a small chance to drive in 100 runs as well. You can do a lot, lot worse.
Sep 23 - 6:14 PM

Anibal Sanchez allowed just one run over five innings in a 2-1 victory over the Phillies on Sunday.

Sanchez scattered four hits, and he didn't walk anyone. He also struck out just one, but the results are still solid. The results have been solid all year for the veteran right-hander with a 2.96 ERA and 128/38 K/BB ratio over 130 2/3 innings. The final regular season start for Sanchez comes on Sunday against the Phillies.
Sep 23 - 5:48 PM

Kyle Hendricks went 7 2/3 innings while allowing just one run and striking out five in a victory over the White Sox on Sunday.

A very strong effort for Hendricks, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. The right-hander gave up just four hits, and he didn’t put anyone on via walk. There were some struggles earlier in the 2018 campaign for Hendricks, but for over a month now, he’s been outstanding. The start lowers his ERA to 3.49 and WHIP to 1.15 in 191 innings. He’s scheduled to start again against the Cardinals on Friday, but that could change if the Cubs chose to adjust their rotation for the playoffs. If he’s on your roster, you’ll want to keep an eye out.
Sep 23 - 5:31 PM

Miles Mikolas allowed just two runs -- one earned -- over seven innings Sunday in the Cardinals' 9-2 defeat of the Giants.

Mikolas struck out eight batters and didn't issue a walk in a brilliant afternoon outing as the Cardinals completed a three-game weekend sweep of San Francisco. He gave up just two hits -- one of them a Brandon Crawford two-run homer that came shortly after a Yairo Munoz fielding error in the top of the seventh. Mikolas now has 17 wins on the season and a 2.94 ERA. His final regular-season start will come next weekend at Wrigley Field.
Sep 23 - 5:27 PM

Christian Yelich went 2-for-3 with a homer, three RBI, a walk, a stolen base, and two runs scored Sunday in the Brewers' 13-6 rout of the Pirates.

The beat goes on for Yelich, who has emerged as one of the favorites for National League MVP amid a blistering second half performance. He's up to 32 home runs, 96 RBI, 21 steals, and 108 runs scored in 140 total games this season, to go along with a stellar .322/.391/.577 batting line.
Sep 23 - 5:03 PM

Yankees manager Aaron Boone announced Sunday that Didi Gregorius tore cartilage in his wrist while sliding into home plate on Saturday and that there's a chance he may not return this season.

It's unclear exactly how long he'll be sidelined or if he'd be able to return should the Yankees advance past the Wild Card game. It's a crushing blow for the Yankees, who already had to play without Gregorius once this season. Adeiny Hechavarria started in his place on Sunday and will see the bulk of the action at shortstop while Gregorius is sidelined.
Sep 23 - 4:54 PM

Tim Beckham notched his first multi-homer game as an Oriole in Baltimore’s 6-3 victory over the Yankees on Sunday.

Making a start in the designated hitter spot, Beckham got J.A. Happ in the second inning with a solo shot for his first dinger of the day. He then took reliever A.J. Cole deep with a two-run blast in the sixth. It was the third multi-homer game of Beckham’s career but his first while donning an Orioles uniform. He had entered the day with just a .408 OPS over his last 10 contests.
Sep 23 - 4:29 PM




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