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Lyle Lanley II

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-Cashner's first scheduled start in a Red Sox uniform is Tuesday night at Fenway against the Blue Jays.

 

-Alex Young's first post-break start is Tuesday night opposite #Lynnsanity and the Rangers in Arlington.

 

-Arrieta gave up 1 run in 5 IP in his first post-break start for the Phils, taking a no-decision to remain at 8-7 for the season while his ERA was trimmed to 4.54.  Next scheduled start is Friday night in Pittsburgh.

 

-Carpenter is 2-for-12 in his first three games back from injury.  He's now hitting .214 for the year.

 

-Cron struck out in his only post-break at-bat so far.  He's now hitting .204 in 25 total games for the D'Backs this year.

 

-Holaday went 1-for-3 with a walk in his first post-break appearance for the Marlins, extending his hit streak to 7 and bumping his season average up to .313

 

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13 hours ago, frogtwang said:

 

 

Considering Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, and Zach Greinke have all pitched for the DBacks. That is impressive. 

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On ‎7‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 9:42 PM, frogtwang said:

 

Looking at Cron's numbers, I realize it is still very early in his career, but he's got some serious Dave Kingman/Chris Davis numbers at this point.  64 PA, 5 HR, 15 RBI, 26 K, 0.207 BA

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16 minutes ago, Duquesne Frog said:

Looking at Cron's numbers, I realize it is still very early in his career, but he's got some serious Dave Kingman/Chris Davis numbers at this point.  64 PA, 5 HR, 15 RBI, 26 K, 0.207 BA

 

Indeed.  I hope he's paying attention to what Gallo has been able to do this year in adjusting his approach at the plate.  

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3 hours ago, Duquesne Frog said:

Looking at Cron's numbers, I realize it is still very early in his career, but he's got some serious Dave Kingman/Chris Davis numbers at this point.  64 PA, 5 HR, 15 RBI, 26 K, 0.207 BA

 

Add Adam Dunn to the list.

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8 hours ago, Duquesne Frog said:

Looking at Cron's numbers, I realize it is still very early in his career, but he's got some serious Dave Kingman/Chris Davis numbers at this point.  64 PA, 5 HR, 15 RBI, 26 K, 0.207 BA

 

On Pace GuyTM

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-Arrieta gave up 1 run in 5+ against the Pirates last night.  He took a no decision to remain 8-7 on the year but shaved his ERA down to 4.40.  Next scheduled start is next Friday at home against the Braves.

 

-Cashner's first start with the BoSox didn't go all that well - he gave up 5 runs on 8 hits in 5 IP to take the loss.  That drops him to 9-4 on the year and increases his ERA to 4.09.  Next scheduled start is Sunday afternoon against his old team in front of their fans at Camden Yards.

 

-Carpenter was put back on the 10-day DL, this time after fouling a pitch off his foot.  

 

-Young has really made the most out of what appeared to have been a short-term call up to the D'Backs.  In his three starts, he's 3-0 with an 0.96 ERA and an 0.48 WHIP.  Next scheduled start is Sunday afternoon against the Brew Crew.

 

-Holaday went 1-3 in his start against the Padres on Wednesday - pushing his current hit streak to 8 and bumping his average up to .314 for the year

 

-Cron was sent back down to Triple-A Reno by the D'Backs again. 

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Tyler Alexander got a last-minute call back up to make a spot start for the Tigers today against the Blue Jays.  He spread 3 hits and 1 run across 7 IP.  Tigers lead 3-1 in the bottom of the 8th.  

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18 minutes ago, Lyle Lanley II said:

Tyler Alexander got a last-minute call back up to make a spot start for the Tigers today against the Blue Jays.  He spread 3 hits and 1 run across 7 IP.  Tigers lead 3-1 in the bottom of the 8th.  

 

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Aw, crud.  The Tigers' bullpen blew their lead in the Top of the 9th, so Tyler will get a no decision.  Still, he's got a 2.25 ERA and 5 K's against 1 BB in his first two Big League starts.  

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-Arrieta gave up 1 run and struck out 5 in 4 IP against the Giants on Thursday.  He took a no decision to remain 8-8 and shaved his ERA down to 4.44.  Next scheduled start is Tuesday in Phoenix.

 

-Cashner gave up 6 runs against Tampa Bay on Thursday, taking his 3rd L in 4 starts since being traded to the Red Sox.  He's now 10-6 on the year with the same 4.44 ERA as Arrieta.  His next scheduled start is Tuesday against the Royals.

 

-Carpenter remains on the DL, he hasn't played since July 15th.

 

-Young tallied 9 K's and only gave up 3 hits & 2 runs in 6.2 IP against the Nationals on Saturday, but got no run support and took his first L in the Big Leagues - but he also picked up his first Big League base hit.  He's now 4-1 with a 2.60 ERA.  Next scheduled start is Friday night at Dodger Stadium.  

 

-Holaday's 10-game hit streak finally came to an end on July 29th, but he started a new one by tallying a hit against the Twins on Thursday.  He's now hitting .290 for the year with 2 HR and 7 RBI.

 

-Alexander got beat up by the Rangers out at The Temple on Friday, dropping to 0-2 and expanding his ERA to 4.50.  Next scheduled start is Wednesday afternoon at home against the White Sox.

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12 hours ago, Lyle Lanley II said:

-Arrieta gave up 1 run and struck out 5 in 4 IP against the Giants on Thursday.  He took a no decision to remain 8-8 and shaved his ERA down to 4.44.  Next scheduled start is Tuesday in Phoenix.

 

-Cashner gave up 6 runs against Tampa Bay on Thursday, taking his 3rd L in 4 starts since being traded to the Red Sox.  He's now 10-6 on the year with the same 4.44 ERA as Arrieta.  His next scheduled start is Tuesday against the Royals.

 

-Carpenter remains on the DL, he hasn't played since July 15th.

 

-Young tallied 9 K's and only gave up 3 hits & 2 runs in 6.2 IP against the Nationals on Saturday, but got no run support and took his first L in the Big Leagues - but he also picked up his first Big League base hit.  He's now 4-1 with a 2.60 ERA.  Next scheduled start is Friday night at Dodger Stadium.  

 

-Holaday's 10-game hit streak finally came to an end on July 29th, but he started a new one by tallying a hit against the Twins on Thursday.  He's now hitting .290 for the year with 2 HR and 7 RBI.

 

-Alexander got beat up by the Rangers out at The Temple on Friday, dropping to 0-2 and expanding his ERA to 4.50.  Next scheduled start is Wednesday afternoon at home against the White Sox.

 

Man, young is having a hell of a season

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-Arrieta's battle against the bone spur in his elbow is now over - he's set to have season-ending surgery later this month.  His 2019 ends with at 8-8 with a 4.66 ERA.  If you're wondering, Jake will turn 34 next March and has three years left on his deal with the Phils at $20 million per.  

 

-Stefan Crichton was called back up by the Diamondbacks - he gave up a run in 2 IP against the Giants on Thursday, and is now sporting a 3.88 in 18.2 total IP across his several stints in the Bigs this year.

 

-Tyler Alexander, on the other hand, was sent back down to Triple-A Toledo by the Tigers after going 0-3 with a 6.59 ERA in five Big League starts.

 

-Cashner, at least for now, has transitioned into a bullpen role for the Red Sox.  He earned his first career save earlier this week against Cleveland, and is now 10-7 with a 4.76 ERA for the year.

 

-Carpenter is currently mired in a 1-for-17 slump for the Cardinals, who hold a half-game lead over the Cubs in the NL Central.  He's now hitting .214 for the year with 10 HR, 32 RBI and a .681 OPS.

 

-Alex Young has now taken an L in his last three starts for the D'Backs.  He's now 4-3 and has seen his ERA quickly jump from 2.51 to 3.98.  His next scheduled start is Tuesday night against the Rockies.

 

-Holaday went 0-2 against the Rockies on Friday, which dipped his season average down to .298

 

 

 

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Not to step on Lanley's bit but Alex Young threw an 8-inning, 2-hit shutout of Cincy with 12 strikeouts yesterday.

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16 hours ago, Duquesne Frog said:

Not to step on Lanley's bit 

 

Please do!  I've been swamped at work lately, so I'm sorry I've dropped the ball a bit.  Was planning on updating this thread and the minor league one sometime this week.

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Stopped into a pub for lunch today and noticed Alex Young on the teevee as he got the start today vs. the Mets. He left the game after giving up a grand slam that made it 6-0 Mets. Five of those runs were unearned due to an error by Nick Ahmed, who went to high school in the town where I live now and where I'm (no longer) watching the game.

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