Daily Dose: Wilson!

Daily Dose: Wilson!
Ryan Boyer discusses a potentially serious injury for Wilson Ramos, the Marlins winning one for Jose and more in Tuesday's Daily Dose.
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Mike Trout went 2-for-2 with a homer and two walks as the Angels edged the A's 2-1 on Monday.

Trout has never finished a season with a 1.000 OPS, but he has a chance this year; tonight put him back up to 1.001. He's also one homer away from 30 and two RBI away from 100.
Sep 27 - 2:58 AM

Sean Manaea held the Angels to one run and four hits over seven innings in a no-decision Monday.

It's the first run he's allowed in three starts this month. Not a lot has gone right for the A's this year, but it's great that Manaea has stayed healthy. If that continues, he should be a top-of-the-rotation guy next year.
Sep 27 - 2:56 AM

Joe Wendle went 0-for-4 as Oakland's leadoff man in Monday's loss to the Athletics.

The A's have tons of at-bats available for Wendle, Brett Eibner and two guys very likely to be let go in October in Danny Valencia and Yonder Alonso, but they can't find a single start for Arismendy Alcantara somehow. Wendle is hitting .260 since getting the call on Aug. 31, but that comes with just one extra-base hit and five walks in 77 at-bats. At best, he'll be an adequate platoon second baseman while he's cheap.
Sep 27 - 2:54 AM

Robinson Cano homered in the third and 11th innings Monday to propel the Mariners to a 4-3 win over the Astros.

Cano's first homer overtook his previous career high of 33 from 2012. The second was more than cherry on top, though; it helped keep the Mariners postseason hopes alive. He has 94 RBI now, and the Mariners could have three players reach the century mark in that category; Nelson Cruz is up to 101 and Kyle Seager is at 96.
Sep 27 - 12:36 AM

Hisashi Iwakuma pitched six innings of one-run ball Monday against the Astros.

Iwakuma was in line for the victory when he left, but Edwin Diaz blew the save, leaving Iwakuma with a no-decision for the first time in 24 starts since May 14. Jake Odorizzi has had like 36 no-decisions since then.
Sep 27 - 12:33 AM

Edwin Diaz blew his second save in a week Monday after giving up two runs in the ninth against the Astros.

On the plus side, the Mariners went on to win both of those blown saves. Those are also the only two times in ten appearances this month that he's been scored upon. Overall, Diaz is 17-for-20 saving games.
Sep 27 - 12:31 AM

Collin McHugh pitched seven innings and allowed two runs Monday in a no-decision against the Mariners.

McHugh pitched well enough to win his fourth straight start, but he didn't get a lot of help tonight. The Astros ended up dropping the game in 11 innings, making it the first time in eight starts that they've lost a McHugh outing.
Sep 27 - 12:28 AM

Mike Zunino went 0-for-5 and struck out three times against the Astros.

Zunino turned the corner a few months ago. Then he turned another corner in August, and now he's practically right back where he was last year at this time; he's in a 10-for-75 slump that's dropped his average from .280 to .207 and his OPS from 1.102 to .785. Granted, no one ever thought he'd last with the 1.100 OPS. Still, we were hoping we'd seen the last of these horrendous slumps.
Sep 27 - 12:26 AM
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