June 09, 2014
Troy Tulowitzki is on track for his best season yet, hitting .361 with 17 home runs and 42 RBI so far.
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• Chase Anderson got it done against the Braves, holding them to two runs over seven innings, and the Diamondbacks' young righty is now 5-0 in his first five starts, with an ERA and WHIP of 3.14 and 1.15. In a world where Scott Kazmir and Jason Hammel are potential All-Stars, Mr. Anderson could easily be a viable standard league starter at some point. However, his numbers are a tad skewed by his wins, which -- as everyone should know -- is an incredibly flukey stat, and sure enough, the Diamondbacks have somehow scored 45 runs in Anderson's five starts. The sample size is too small to make a judgment on whether or not you should own him, but if he comes out of his next start against the Dodgers unscathed, it might be time to add him.

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