Daily Archives: July 6, 2016
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We enter another 4 days before the ALL Star Break where we have 4 straight slates that will carry Coors Field…
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Masahiro Tanaka threw 7 2/3 shutout innings, allowing 6 hits and earning the 9-0 Yankee victory over the White Sox.
Josh Donaldson went 3 for 4 with 2 homers to help the Blue Jays beat the World Champion Royals 8-3.
Zach Eflin threw a complete game, allowing 6 hits and 1 run over 9 innings as the Phillies won against Atlanta, 5-1.
Giancarlo Stanton collected 5 RBI with 3 hits, including a pair of homers, to help Miami top the Mets 5-2.
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The All Star rosters are set and I wonder if the Reds should sell high with Adam Duvall.
It is an “resume highlights” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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When it comes to being a Colorado Rockies fan, there are four guarantees in life: death, taxes, lots of runs being scored at Coors Field and Carlos Gonzalez trade rumors. The only difference now is CarGo doesn’t have the pleasure of Troy Tulowitzki joining him in those rumors because he’s already gone.
After posting a 92-70 record in 2009, the organization hoped their franchise cornerstones would help deliver winning baseball on a consistent basis in the Mile High city, but that hasn’t happened. Actually, it’s been the complete opposite – after going 83-79 in 2010, Colorado hasn’t sniffed a .500 record since.
It’s not surprising to see Colorado nearing the All-Star break with a 38-45 record. However, despite being a likely insurmountable 13.5 games behind the San Francisco Giants in the NL West, they’re a not-totally-crazy seven games back for the final NL Wild Card spot.
Even though they’re “technically” in the Wild Card race, getting another year of lackluster results should spur the Rockies to become sellers before the August 1 non-waiver trade deadline. It looks like the front office will eventually do that instead of fighting to earn a spot in a play-in game, according to Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post. The problem is Saunders doesn’t think Gonzalez will be one of the players they’ll deal. He also thinks the outfielder will still be on the roster in 2017. If this ends up being true, it’s a huge mistake given the circumstances.
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Daily Matchups for 7/6/2016
Johnny Cueto- Averaging 7 innings a start and 7.8 k per 9, and the Rockies fan at a 25% clip vs. right handlers on the road.
Sonny Gray- With DeGrom facing a Marliins team that has hit him fairly well, Gray facing a weak hitting Twins lineup puts him into consideration as one of the top options today.
Jeremy Hellickson – Facing a Braves team that’s a combined 16-71 off him.
Tanner Roark – Brewers fan a ton, especially vs. RHP
Shelby Miller – Almost anyone facing the Padres becomes an option. Arizona facing Rea gives him a shot at a win.
Michael Pineda – Been raking up the K’s after a slow start. Could make a case to flip flop Pineda and Hellickson, but Pineda was so bad early I’m considering him a value play. 6 innings with 10 K and a win could easily be reached in this one.