Garrett Dickerson

21 Jul 19
Full Press Coverage

The tight end position has been become increasingly important to the New York Giants offense. They have a slew of weapons at their disposal in their receiving corps. The Offensive Rookie of the Year coming out of the backfield doesn’t hurt either. However, the Giants need to have tight ends that will be productive…and stay […]

21 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 20, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Javier Baez got 3 hits including a homer, driving in 3 to lead the Cubs past San Diego, 6-5. Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a pair of 3 run homers to lead the Red Sox in a 17-6 thrashing of the Orioles. Clayton Kershaw struck out […]

21 Jul 19
Archy news nety

DETROIT (AP) – Vladimir Guerrero Jr. beat his first career slam, a 441-foot race to the bushes of Comerica Park that helped the Toronto Blue Jays rally for a 7-5 win over the Detroit Tigers in the night on Saturday. Guerrero's home race canceled the fifth from the fifth, and Brandon Drury added a two-pitch […]

20 Jul 19
News Directory

Bryce Harper limited a dramatic rally by doubling two duplicate homes at the bottom of the ninth inning from Kenley Jansen to raise the Philadelphia Phillies host over the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-8 Tuesday. July 16, 2019; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philce Harper (3), the Park of Philadelphia looks right on its double RBI walk during […]

20 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 19, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Tyler Beede threw 8 masterful innings, allowing 3 hits and striking out 5, setting up the Giants wild 1-0 walk off victory in the 10th. Eduardo Escobar homered and tripled to help the Diamondbacks top the Brewers, 10-7. Mike Leake took a perfect game […]

20 Jul 19
Toronto Sun

We’re getting into trade season for both Major League Baseball and fantasy leagues, which means most teams, real or otherwise, will either be making that final push for glory or retooling for next year. The MLB swap deadline arrives July 31 and that provides fantasy owners with another two weeks to assess the impact on […]

19 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 18, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Madison Bumgarner pitched 9 innings, allowing 5 hits while striking out 6 Mets batters. The game went into extra innings where the Giants walked off, 3-2 in 16. Chris Sale struck out 12 in 6 innings of 2 hit shutout ball as the Red Sox […]

19 Jul 19
National Post

Stephen Strasburg did it all for the visiting Washington Nationals on Thursday, earning his National League-leading 12th win, hitting a three-run homer and driving in five runs in a 13-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves. Strasburg (12-4) pitched 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on eight hits, two walks and seven strikeouts. The right-hander’s […]

18 Jul 19
Sully Baseball

Let’s see owned baseball on July 17, 2019 Earning Full WOBs: Gerrit Cole struck out 11 Angels in 7 innings, allowing 1 run as the Astros cruised to an 11-2 final. Chris Paddack went into the 8th, trying to finish the first no hitter in San Diego Padres history. He allowed a leadoff homer, his lone […]

18 Jul 19
Sports Daily Tips

8:00 AM ET NFL Nation The path to NFL head coach is a unique story for all 32 men in those jobs. But almost all of them started at the bottom, where no task is too menial — fetch coffee, cut up videotape, paint the end zones, even wash the head coach’s car. And all […]

17 Jul 19
Fantasy Baseball Blog at Razzball.com

Sometimes the FanDuel slate is a packed casino of similar players seemingly priced too high to make a difference in your lineup.  Then one of them saunters up to the craps table in a white Tuxedo, stands out, and says “I’m Cron, C.J. Cron.”  He is at the absurdly low price of $3,300 today, probably because he has just been reinstated from the IL by the Minnesota Twins.  It’s absurdly low because he’s the 19th ranked first baseman today in price on FanDuel, and the 5th place hitter for the Twins, one of the best offenses in the league.  Today he faces the lowly lefty Jason Vargas.  Cron happens to destroy lefties to a .358 average this year, along with a 1.084 OPS and 182 OPS+.  Now on to the rest of the picks.

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17 Jul 19
CBS Denver
DENVER (AP) — Newcomers Alex Dickerson and Mike Yastrzemski are making their presence felt during the San Francisco Giants’ surprising mid-season surge. Dickerson had a career-high four hits, including the go-ahead RBI single in San Francisco’s four-run 10th inning as the Giants recovered from giving up a three-run lead in the ninth to beat the Colorado Rockies 8-4 on Tuesday night. Yastrzemski homered and doubled among his three hits and had three RBIs to help the Giants win their fourth straight and seventh in the last eight. “You could put (Austin) Slater in there,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “They have all really been a lift for this club offensively and they’re really doing a good job on defense, too. I’m proud of them. This is a tough road trip.” Yastrzemski was brought up in late May and Dickerson has been with the Giants since mid-June after being acquired from San Diego. Slater joined the team July 1 and already has a pinch-hit grand slam. “It’s been a lot of fun,” said Dickerson, who is batting .400 (24 for 60) in his 19 games with the Giants. “I’ve actually never really hit well here, this is a first for me. I’m seeing good pitches to hit, I mean, (Brandon) Crawford is hitting behind me and he annihilated them (Monday), so I knew I was going to see some good pitches to hit.”DENVER, CO – JULY 16: Trevor Story #27 of the Colorado Rockies hits a solo home run in the ninth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Coors Field on July 16, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images) Trevor Story and Ian Desmond homered for the Rockies, who have lost 10 of 12. Trailing 4-1 going into the bottom of the ninth, Colorado rallied against Giants closer Will Smith (3-0). Story connected for his 21st home run to start the inning. One out later, Daniel Murphy singled and Desmond followed with a drive that reached the center-field seats to tie it. It was the second blown save for Smith in his last three chances after converting 23 straight to start the season. But the Giants answered against Rockies closer Wade Davis (1-4) in the top of the 10th. He issued two one-out walks before Dickerson singled to right as the Giants regained the lead. Brandon Crawford followed with an RBI single and Bryan Shaw relieved Davis. Yastrzemski singled to drive in another run before the Giants scored an unearned run on third baseman Nolan Arenado’s fielding error. Mark Melancon pitched a scoreless 10th for the Giants. Desmond said he and Murphy were motivated going into their at bats after seeing Story connect and even though the rally went for naught he’s hopeful it will return dividends in the long run. “We both looked at each other and I said, ‘Hey man, you think a couple of old guys can fight a little bit harder.’ And he goes, ‘Yeah, let’s go out and fight’ em,’ and we were able to tie it up there. Unfortunately, we came up short but that grit is going to pay off in the end.” The Giants took a 2-0 lead in the second inning when Dickerson led off with a single and scored one out later on Yastrzemski’s double. Yastrzemski came home on Joe Panik’s single. The Rockies cut the deficit in half when Garrett Hampson walked, advance to third on Charlie Blackmon’s single and scored on Stry’s fielder’s choice grounder. Dickerson’s RBI single in the eighth made it 3-1 and Yastrzemski’s homer off Chad Bettis in the ninth put the Giants up by three runs. TRAINER’S ROOM Giants: RHP Johnny Cueto is expected to begin throwing in rehab games in Arizona during the first week of August, said Giants manager Bruce Bochy. Cueto is on the 60-day injured list after undergoing Tommy John surgery last Aug. 2. The Giants and Cueto are hopeful he’ll return to the mound before the end of this season. … 3B Evan Longoria, placed on the 10-day injured list because of left foot plantar fasciitis on Sunday, is expected to be re-evauated by team doctors after the club returns home Wednesday evening from its seven-game road trip. Rockies: INF Brendan Rodgers underwent surgery earlier Tuesday to repair a Labral tear of the right shoulder and is likely out for the rest of the season. Rodgers has been on the 10-day injured list with a shoulder injury since late June. … Also, manager Bud Black said RHP Seunghwan Oh was going undergo arthroscopic surgery to clean out some loose bodies in his right elbow. Oh has been on the IL since early June. WHAT A CATCH Giants center fieder Kevin Pillar took away extra bases from pinch-hitter Tony Wolters in the bottom of the eighth inning with a spectactular diving catch. Wolters, leading off the inning, sliced a sinking liner to center. Pillar, playing back, made for the ball on a dead run and then dove for it, snaring the ball as he tumbled on the ground and then holding his glove up for the umpire to see that he had made a clean catch. He made another diving catch in the bottom of the 10th, taking away a base hit from Story. MAKING A MOVE RHP Sam Coonrod, who served as the 26th man for the Giants during Monday’s doubleheader, was sent back to Triple-A Sacramento. In addition, the Giants optioned Dereck Rodriguez, who got the win in the nightcap, to Sacramento and recalled LHP Andrew Suarez from their top farm club. UP NEXT Giants: Rookie RHP Shaun Anderson (3-2, 4.48 ERA) will start in Coors Field for the first time while making his 12th career start. Rockies: RHP Jon Gray (9-6, 3.83 ERA) has gone 4-1 with a 3.26 ERA in eight starts at home this season. By DENNIS GEORGATOS Associated Press (© Copyright 2019 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)