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Smooth "Saleing" for the Sox

Chris Sale finally looked like Chris Sale on Tuesday night as he turned in a gem in a win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Sale struck out 11 men, allowed 3 hits and 2 earned over 8 innings of work. 514 more words

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Year to Date (5/8/15): Fantasy Shortstops

It is shortstop edition time of “Year to Date.”  One of the top shortstops, who is also a huge headache to own due to his fragility, Troy Tulowitzki, is not off to a great start but he is hitting near .300 so he’s not quite a super disappointment and I am sure he will get it going soon as long as he can stay on the field.   1,542 more words

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Sox Drop Series Finale to Detroit

CHICAGO — Detroit lefty Kyle Lobstein dominated the White Sox in a matinee affair at U.S. Cellular Field today. The rookie pitcher pitched 7.2 innings of five-hit ball, suffering only one run, which was unearned. 202 more words


Lobstein helps Tigers beat White Sox 4-1

CHICAGO – Kyle Lobstein is content to let batters make contact — weak contact.

Lobstein allowed five hits in 7 2-3 innings, Miguel Cabrera scored twice and drove in a run and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 4-1 Thursday to salvage the finale of a three-game series. 495 more words


Daily Fantasy Baseball Hot Picks for Tuesday 4/27/2015

Here the daily fantasy baseball hot picks for Tuesday 4/27/2015 by position.

Catcher: Russell Martin

Russell Martin got off to a slow start, but is beginning to heat up. 335 more words

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Indians became Shark Bait

  The final game in the series saw the Shark Cage open as Jeff Samardzjia took to the mound. He had help today from Dan Jennings, Zach Duke and Jake Petricka to shut out the Indians by a score of 6 – 0. 285 more words


Tigers rally past White Sox for MLB-best 9-1 start

DETROIT – Coming into this season, the Tigers had started 9-1 just twice since World War I: in 1968 and 1984, the years of Detroit’s last two World Series titles. 621 more words