Tag "Eddie Rosario"

Report: Braves Acquire Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario

The Atlanta Braves made a pair of trades to bolster their outfield on Friday afternoon.

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Report: White Sox Acquire Cesar Hernandez From Indians

According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians have agreed to a trade that would send second baseman Cesar Hernandez to the White Sox.

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2021 MLB Trade Deadline Preview: Cleveland Indians

The Cleveland Indians were able to sweep the Kansas City Royals entering the All-Star break. The problem is, they were riding a nine-game losing streak and fell to eight games back of the Chicago White Sox for the AL Central lead.

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MLB Non-Tender Recap

The Major League Baseball non-tender deadline was Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST. That means that any pre-arbitration and arbitration-eligible players that did not receive a contract tender from their respective teams are now free agents.

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MLB DFS Diamond Picks: September 23

We have a full offering of 13 games beginning at 6:10 eastern tonight. This shapes up to be the last full week of regular season ball as the postseason will begin in the middle of the following week. Plenty of excitement awaits, let’s continue to gain an edge on the competition and break down some matchups.

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Into the 80s with Tom Greene- Minnesota Twins

Two days after the Atlanta Braves joined the 80-win club, the Minnesota Twins join the party. In Atlanta, there seems to be doubt as far as the pitching goes. In Minnesota, fans and broadcasters (like Jenny Taft, Jamie Hersch, Marney Gellner, Dawn Mitchell, Jamie Erdahl, and Kevin Gorg,) are simply excited that this season has exceeded expectations. Of course, this is said on one condition. Our @jball0202 expects championships in Minnesota, and nothing else (maybe championship-style writing from me? I do my best.)

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MLB DFS: Core Plays and Stacks for August 15, 2019

A nice and easy slate of games on hand for tonight. What makes DFS easy? Nothing. But we feel like it’s easier when there aren’t as many games being played. It helps us narrow down our research and eliminate overlooking good match-ups. With that said, you still never know what is going to happen. That is the beauty of sports. That is the beauty of baseball. Anything can and most likely will happen. But that shouldn’t stop us from trying to predict how the games will go. Here are some guys in good spots that I’ll be using as Core Plays tonight.

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DraftKings Around the Horn July 26th, 2019

Plenty of games with run totals hovering around ten and eleven Friday. Ideally some exposure to Yankees and Red Sox bats is a good strategy to take but the high prices make it difficult to fit them in. The Cardinals and Twins, amongst others, offer up some interesting pivot plays to make room for pitching. Make sure to grab your scorecards, pens, and paper on this mega-slate, let’s go  Around the Horn!

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Week 13 MLB Power Rankings

1. New York Yankees 

The Yankees went to London and promptly kicked ass. They scored 29 runs over the pond. The Yankees are red-hot and with a healthy (sort of) team, we can only watch as they get hotter.

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7&7: 7 Hottest Hitters of Week 5

Christian Yelich

Who would have thought the best player the Marlins traded last year would be Christian Yelich? Safe to say since moving to the mid-west, he has become a marquee superstar. He began the week by doing something he already did this season: beat up the Cardinals. April 15th, he had three home runs against the red birds, added another the next night, giving him eight total in five consecutive games. Don’t worry St., Louis; he doesn’t save his power just for you, Yelich added four more homers, including his second multi-home run game of the week against the Dodgers, giving him on eight for the week and 16 RBI.

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