Since last week's edition of NKOTD we saw the reappearance of phenom
When the Cardinals called up Jay on July 2 it was out of necessity due to a calf injury to starting right fielder
A few weeks ago at the trade deadline a deal went down between the Chicago White Sox and Arizona Diamondbacks that sent Arizona starter
When we last left Holland on May 30 his fastball was in the low 80s and he couldn't feel his fingers in a Sunday night start against Minnesota. Since then he's battled back from a few setbacks and will finally be back on the mound for the Rangers on Aug. 18 in Tampa Bay. In 10 starts at Triple-A Oklahoma City he went 6-2 with a 1.62 ERA, a 1.09 WHIP and 47 Ks in 56.2 innings pitched. It appears he's back near 100 percent and that should translate into high strikeout totals and low ratios over the last six weeks of the season. You know he'll get the run support with the Rangers lineup; it'll just come down to him trusting his talent and I think he's finally ready to do that.
The Seattle Mariners had high hopes in spring trainingm, but whenever you tie your hopes to
The Los Angeles Angels' first baseman prospect has simply been crushing the ball this season at Triple-A Salt Lake City. In 443 at-bats he's totaled 27 home runs, 93 RBIs, 245 total bases and a .913 OPS. It's pretty amazing that he wasn't called up by the big club back in May whenever first baseman
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All stats thru August 15