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Bryce Harper went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBI in the Nationals' 8-6 comeback victory over the Mets on Monday.

Harper went deep to right off Mets starter Jacob deGrom in the top of the first inning despite breaking his bat on the follow-through. It was his eighth home run of the year, which tops all major league hitters. Harper also contributed a two-run single to the Nationals' six-run eighth inning, which helped Washington overcome a 6-1 deficit at Citi Field in Queens. The 25-year-old superstar is batting .315/.487/.778 with 17 RBI and 17 runs scored in 17 games this season.
Apr 16 - 10:42 PM

Joey Gallo went 1-for-3 with a solo homer in the Rangers’ loss to the Angels on Tuesday.

Gallo launched a towering 413-foot solo shot to center field off Angels starter Matt Shoemaker in the third inning. He’s the fourth Ranger in franchise history -- first since Alex Rodriguez accomplished the feat in 2002 and 2003 -- to record back-to-back 40-homer seasons. The 24-year-old slugger rebounded from a brutal start to the year to quietly enjoy a monster second-half. He’s hitting .254 (43-for-169) with 18 homers and 41 RBI in 50 games since the All-Star break. He’s always going to strike out at an alarming rate, but his prodigious power production makes him an incredibly valuable fantasy asset moving forward.
Sep 26 - 1:46 AM

Eduardo Escobar slugged a walk-off homer in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Diamondbacks to a 4-3 victory over the Dodgers on Tuesday.

Escobar connected on a 93-mph heater from Dodgers reliever Kenta Maeda, launching a walk-off homer to right field. It was his first round-tripper since September 15. He also drew an intentional walk as a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning. The 29-year-old infielder is slashing .271/.335/.493 with 74 runs scored, a career-high 23 homers, 84 RBI and a pair of stolen bases in 615 plate appearances.
Sep 26 - 1:22 AM

Chris Archer fanned nine batters over six scoreless innings in the Pirates' 6-0 shutout of the Cubs on Tuesday.

Archer has shaken off his bad August with a solid September; he's 2-1 with a 2.70 ERA and a 36/9 K/BB ratio in his five starts this month. That should serve to take some of the pressure off entering 2019. It's still going to go down as another disappointing season, but a 4.31 ERA isn't a complete disaster.
Sep 26 - 1:00 AM

X-rays turned up negative on Kris Bryant's left wrist.

Bryant was pulled from Tuesday night's loss to the Pirates after getting hit on the wrist by a Chris Archer pitch, but he escaped with a contusion. Bryant won't play Wednesday, but he could feasibly return to action on Thursday. Ian Happ took over at third base Tuesday versus the Bucs.
Sep 26 - 12:37 AM

David Dahl went 3-for-5 with a three-run homer and four RBI in the Rockies’ 10-3 win over the Phillies on Tuesday.

Dahl blasted an opposite-field three-run homer off Phillies starter Vince Velasquez to put the Rockies on the board in the third inning. He also singled in the fourth inning and capped off his evening with an RBI single in the seventh inning. The 24-year-old outfielder has battled persistent injuries throughout his professional career, but remains an exceptionally talented hitter. He’s flashed four-category superstar potential when healthy and is someone fantasy owners should be keeping on their radar as a breakout pick in fantasy drafts next spring. He’s hitting .297 (19-for-64) with five homers and 18 RBI in 18 games this month.
Sep 26 - 12:08 AM

Christian Yelich homered and drove in a career-high six runs Tuesday in the Brewers' 12-4 blowout victory over the Cardinals.

Yelich ripped a bases-clearing triple off of Tyson Ross in the fourth inning to break the game open. The Cards for some reason chose to issue an intentional walk ahead of Yelich in the top of the ninth and the outfielder responded by belting one off Brett Cecil into the seats for a three-run shot. What had looked like a close National League MVP race is suddenly looking like Yelich's award to lose.
Sep 25 - 11:56 PM

Dansby Swanson will undergo an MRI on his sore left hand and wrist.

Swanson was removed from Tuesday night's win over the Mets after a lineout in the top of the second inning and Braves manager Brian Snitker acknowledged after the game that there is "concern" that this could be something serious. The young shortstop missed a little over two weeks in May because of inflammation in his left wrist. There should be a status update Wednesday, after the Braves review the results of the MRI exam. Charlie Culberson took over at shortstop for Atlanta on Tuesday.
Sep 25 - 11:44 PM

Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic hears from sources that Addison Russell and his agent Scott Boras will not request an emergency hearing for the shortstop's removal from MLB's administrative leave list.

This nugget comes from a column that digs further into the allegations of mental and physical abuse that Russell is accused of inflicting upon his ex-wife, Melisa Reidy. Rosenthal says MLB investigators have gathered "credible information" via interviews with Reidy and "numerous other witnesses" and that "all signs point to a suspension" for the Cubs shortstop. Rosenthal adds that "the chances of Russell rejoining the Cubs for the postseason appear slim."
Source: The Athletic
Sep 25 - 11:41 PM

Gary Sanchez slugged a three-run homer and drove in four runs Tuesday at Tampa Bay.

Sanchez put an exclamation point on the Yankees' seven-run third inning, golfing a low pitch over the left field wall. He also singled in a run and drew a walk. Sanchez entered this one batting just .152/.269/.273 over his first 19 games since returning from the disabled list. Needless to say, it would be huge for the Yankees to get him going heading into the postseason.
Sep 25 - 11:22 PM

Max Scherzer reached rarefied air Tuesday, whiffing 10 to get to 300 strikeouts for the season as he spun seven frames of one-run ball in the Nationals’ 9-4 win over the Marlins.

The 10th punchout came on a 10-pitch battle with Austin Dean, as Scherzer got the rookie to swing through a slider after he had fouled off four straight fastballs. Scherzer becomes just the 17th pitcher since 1900 and sixth since 1990 to reach 300 strikeouts in a season. He yielded only five hits and no walks on the night, giving him five starts this season with 10+ strikeouts and zero walks. Scherzer is tentatively lined up to start again Sunday, but manager Davey Martinez said before Tuesday’s start that the righty could just shut things down if he got to 300 punchouts versus the Marlins.
Sep 25 - 11:07 PM

Anthony Rendon stayed scorching hot Tuesday, going 3-for-3 with a home run and four RBI in the Nationals' win over the Marlins.

Rendon made Jeff Brigham pay for his two first-inning walks by punishing one over the left-center field wall. He also doubled in another run, singled and was hit by a pitch, reaching base in all four plate appearances. Rendon has been on an absurd run over his last 10 games, putting up a .526 average with five home runs and 20 RBI.
Sep 25 - 11:02 PM




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