Daily Archives: July 1, 2016
P – Jose Fernandez (vs. Atlanta Braves): $13,800. Jose is expensive on Saturday, but he is worth it. He is facing one of the worst offenses in baseball and he has been red hot recently. Fernandez is coming off an absolute gem against the Chicago Cubs, in which he threw seven innings, striking out 13, and allowing only one run. He is now averaging 13.12 strikeouts per nine innings this season.
P – Adam Wainwright (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $7,500. This is a bit of a risky pick, but it was necessary to choose a cheaper option since Jose Fernandez was so expensive. Wainwright has struggled this season, but he is facing an offense he has dominated throughout his career and they are ice cold over the last seven days. In 137 career at bats against Wainwright, the Brewers’ offense is batting .234, with two home runs, and a .274 OBP.
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While most people in America are preparing to celebrate the nation’s birthday, Bobby Bonilla is busy enjoying his second Christmas.
The New York Mets — who are in the midst of an important home series against the Chicago Cubs — have more important things to worry about, but they’ll never be able to escape this inevitable story when the calendar flips to July 1. While the former outfielder last played for the Amazins in 1999 and finished his MLB playing career in 2001, he’s still on New York’s payroll…until 2035. Since 2011, he’s been getting annual installments of $1,193,248.20 every July 1.
But why? Darren Rovell of ESPN broke down exactly how this all happened. Do the Mets get roasted for this every year because they’re the only MLB team doing this? Nope, they’redefinitely not alone there. It still gets everyone laughing/frustrated/some kind of emotion and Bonilla ends up trending on Twitter once a year.
There have been some awesome reactions, but these 10 have made me laugh the most:
Danny Espinosa slugged a grand slam and a 3 run homer to lead the Nationals in a 13-4 drubbing of the Reds.
Kendrys Morales went 3 for 4 with a homer and 2 RBI in Kansas City’s 4-2 victory over St. Louis.
Kenta Maeda allowed 1 run and 3 hits over 6 innings while earning the 8-1 decision for the Dodgers in Milwaukee.
Carlos Carrasco closed out the month of June with the Indians 13th straight win, throwing 7 1/3 innings, 1 run, 3 hits and 14 Toronto strikeouts in the 4-1 final.
They all owned baseball on June 30, 2016.
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