By Michael Beller
May 13, 2014
Francisco Rodriguez has used his changeup to become one of the best closers in baseball.
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Wood got shelled in a loss to the White Sox last Wednesday, surrendering eight runs on eight hits and five walks in four innings. Wood started the game with a 3.35 ERA on the season. By time the White Sox were done with him, his ERA had skyrocketed to 4.75. Wood has proven to be a reliable middle or backend rotation guy, as well as a solid fantasy option in deeper leagues, but his soft-tossing ways make him prone to days like this when he isn't spotting his fastball well.

Homer Bailey lowered his inflated ERA to 4.72 after a strong outing against the Rockies on May 11.
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46 -- The combined save total for Francisco Rodriguez, Fernando Rodney, Tommy Hunter and LaTroy Hawkins. The lesson, as always: Never pay for saves.

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