1 – Washington Nationals (13-5); SD Score +1.36, Ranking Last Week – 16
Opponents – at Braves (3-0), at Mets (3-0)
After a slow start, the Nationals have won 10 of their last 12 games, including 7 in a row. That’s one way to climb any rankings list.
2 – Houston Astros (13-6);
How long has it been since we have seen multiple teams have their seasons go up in flames in the same week? Well, that just may be the case for 2 teams in the National League.
Word came down from the Commissioner of Baseball’s office this past Tuesday that the Pittsburgh
Freddie Freeman went 0 for 4 last night with one strikeout. With the way Freeman has been playing lately, 0 for 4 feels like more of a shock than 3 for 4 with a home run. This rarity of a game for Freeman sent his batting average down to .407. No,
Cutch is back. There isn't an argument anymore. After the loss of Marte with his 80 game PED suspension, McCutchen was plugged back into center field. He made the most of his opportunity. Over the course of the Cardinals series, Cutch showed a fire that was missing most of
Here's a quick recap of the top NL performances of week two!
GP: Games played AVG: Average R: Runs HR: Home runs RBI: Runs batted in SB: Stolen Bases OPS: On-base plus slugging DK: Draftkings average (for that week)
C- Travis d’Arnaud, Mets - 5 GP, .381 AVG, 6 R, 2 HR, 7
For an explanation of how the SD Score is calculated, see below.
1– New York Yankees (8-4); SD Score +2.29 Ranking Last Week – 18
Opponents – vs Tampa (3-0), vs Cardinals (3-0)
While it wasn’t a great start, the Yankees are now on a seven game winning streak.
2 – Los Angeles Dodgers (7-6) SD Score
Well, we are just over 2 weeks into the 2017 Major League Baseball season and already there are some surprise teams both on top and on the bottom of their divisions.
This week, Graham and Chris take a look at the 6 MLB divisions, the surprises in each division, plus should
Last week wasn't the best, but there's things to learn from it.
The rotation is good.
With the exception of Glasnow (although his control looks better today with 7 Ks and 2 BB) and the shaken Cole (his first two starts) the rotation is looking solid. Taillon is a monster
Throughout the season I'm going to do a quick rundown of the top performances of the week by position. Since I'm kicking it off late this post will reflect opening day up to the 10th. Enjoy!
GP: Games played AVG: Average R: Runs HR: Home runs RBI: Runs batted in SB:
There was quite a “sticky” situation this week in St. Louis. St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina had a pitched ball get stuck ON his chest protector after it bounced in front of him. Should he have been checked for a foreign substance? Is Major League Baseball going to do