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Free Agent that every AL Central team should re-sign.

Chicago White Sox – Alex Avila – Catcher – 2016: .213 avg. and 7 home runs

Alex Avila isn’t even close to being the all-star caliber catcher that he was during the 2011 season with the Detroit Tigers. 460 more words

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Twins Suzuki Leaves Game, Gets Stitches After Taking Foul Off Mask

BOSTON (AP) — Minnesota Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki left Saturday night’s game against the Boston Red Sox in the second inning after getting hit in the mask with a foul ball. 63 more words


Fantasy sizzlers and fizzlers: Randal Grichuk seizing new opportunity

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A number of early-season fallers heated up heading into the All-Star break, whereas an MVP candidate and two promising young arms are trending in the wrong direction. 443 more words


Who Owned Baseball July 7, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

Hector Santiago struck out 9 Rays over his 7 scoreless innings and earned the 5-1 decision for the Angels.

Kurt Suzuki hit a homer and single, driving in 2, and helped the Twins clobber the Rangers, 10-1. 1,001 more words


Podcast: Surprising fantasy baseball stats leaders

Tim Heaney and Steve Gardner discuss their battle for first place in AL LABR, examine the top hitters and pitchers in some deeper metrics, and offer their thoughts on possible fantasy free agent pickups. 19 more words


Who Owned Baseball June 21, 2016 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2016 #WOB Standings

Conor Gillaspie went 4 for 5 with a homer, 4 RBI and 2 runs scored as the Giants humiliated the Pirates, 15-4.

Anthony DeSclafani stopped a red hot Rangers team with 7 strong innings, allowing 5 hits and 2 runs and gave the Reds an 8-2 road victory. 967 more words

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Maui's Suzuki collects 1,000th career MLB hit, joins Victorino in exclusive club

Maui native and Minnesota Twins’ catcher Kurt Suzuki recorded the 1,000th base hit of his Major League Baseball career on Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays. 189 more words