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Le 1 November 2017, 06:46 dans Humeurs 0

And once you get past a Clayton Kershaw-Max Scherzer Game 1 coin flip, who do you like beyond that? The Nationals’ No. 2 starter, Stephen Strasburg, is rumbling toward the playoffs, with a major league-best 34-inning scoreless streak. The Dodgers’ No. 2 man….well, just who is their No. 2? Is it trade deadline darling Yu Darvish? Darvish now has a 5.34 ERA in a half-dozen starts for L.A., and hasn’t made it into the sixth Los Angeles Dodgers jerseys inning since Aug. 16. Is it first half breakout star Alex Wood? He started 11-0 with a 1.56 ERA, but has a 4.53 second-half ERA, and has seen his strikeout-to-walk ratio nearly cut in half (4.41 to 2.79). Is it lefty Rich Hill? Arguably the steadiest of this group, Hill’s still striking out more than a batter an inning. But he was erratic a year ago in the postseason, turning in one solid outing against the Cubs but misfiring in a pair of starts against the Nationals. That’s not unlike the postseason resume of the Nationals’ No. 3 starter, Gio Gonzalez, who has never Chicago Cubs Jerseys reached the sixth inning in four career postseason starts. But 2017 has brought the world Peak Gio – he’s going New York Yankees jerseys to set career bests in ERA (currently 2.50) and WAR (6.9), and right now looks like a solid playoff No. 3. Offense? The Nationals have outscored the Dodgers by 67 runs this season, and while most of that advantage was earned as Harper produced MVP-caliber numbers, they’ve nonetheless gone 19-10 since he suffered a severe bone bruise to his left knee in Chicago Cubs Jerseys August. Despite their significant depth, the Dodgers have been largely out of sorts offensively since young sluggers Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager have been felled by ankle and elbow injuries late last month. Should the Dodgers retain the NL’s best record, they’ll have to beat the Rockies-Diamondbacks wild card survivor in the NLDS. In this 1-15 death march, Houston Astros Jerseys the Dodgers lost all nine games against Arizona and Colorado; they won’t see either until a season-ending series at Coors Field. Until then, the conditions are ripe to right themselves: 13 of the Dodgers’ next 16 games are against the Giants, Padres and Phillies. You could argue that even this stretch doesn’t matter. That maybe the Dodgers would be better served to slip behind the Nationals and avoid Arizona’s Zack Greinke and Robbie Ray, and take their chances with the defending champion Cubs’ uncertain pitching in the NLDS. Fair enough. But 1-15 is a stretch that’s too ugly to ignore. An aberration, maybe, but also an undeniable piece of the Dodgers’ body of work. As Justin Turner put it after Sunday’s loss, “Right now, we’re the worst team in baseball.” A World Series run would render all of it a footnote. But as the season-long numbers settle in, that run is looking a lot more complicated. If you want to know more about 2017 world baseball information, see, you can get it!

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Le 24 July 2017, 05:58 dans Humeurs 0

The easiest fix for the Nationals would be to acquire closer David Robertson from the Chicago White Sox. The White Sox are shopping Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys him, the Nationals need him, Cleveland Indians Jerseys and they nearly completed a deal for him before spring training. The Nationals, according to executives with direct knowledge of the deal, were to send 19-year-old left-hander Jesus Luzardo and minor league infielder Drew Ward to the White Sox for Robertson, with the White Sox eating about half of the $25 million remaining in his contract. But the deal got hung up over money. The Nationals expressed strong interest in Greg Holland, but he wound up signing a one-year, $7 million contract with the Colorado Rockies, who look like geniuses for that move. He has been perfect in 19 save opportunities this season and has a 0.96 ERA, while the Nationals have used five relievers in save situations, blowing eight of them. Again, it came down to money. The Nationals actually had planned to spend their money on free agent closer Kenley Jansen. They backed out of the Mark Melancon sweepstakes when the San Francisco Giants offered $62 million over four years. They never made a formal offer for Aroldis Chapman. Yet they offered a five-year, $85 million contract to Jansen, with only $5 million deferred, but he returned to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Nationals are back to square one, desperate for bullpen help, with the price tag only going higher as the season progresses. “We’re not afraid to make a trade, but the supply and demand of these elite relievers are far and between. They’re so hard to get,” Rizzo says. Ironically, the guy they’d love to have back is the one they let get away in Melancon, whom they acquired at last year’s trade deadline from the Pittsburgh Pirates for hard-throwing reliever Felipe Rivero. Yet the Giants (19-26) have won seven of their last nine games and shown no inclination that they’re ready to sell. Melancon also has a full no-trade clause, but if the Giants were to ask him to waive it, Melancon made clear Sunday how much he enjoyed his stint in Washington. “It was a great situation, they were first class,” he said. “I really enjoyed my time over there. Just a lot of good people.” Meanwhile, the Nationals can only wait, hoping their bullpen scars heal and their huge lead in the NL East bides them time while waiting for potential trade candidates such as Kelvin Herrera of the Kansas City Royals, Roberto Osuna of the Toronto Blue Jays, Tony Watson of the Pirates and A.J. Ramos of the Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys Miami Marlins. “We’ll see what’s available at the trade deadline, but right now we have to cheap jerseys depend on the guys we have,” Rizzo says. “We’ve got five relievers that are way underperforming to their average. They’ve all done it in the past, but right now these guys are struggling.” If you want to know more about 2017 world baseball information, see, you can get it!

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Le 5 May 2017, 04:55 dans Humeurs 0

Marlins president: Multiple parties in talks to buy team Miami Marlins President David Samson says talks with multiple parties interested Kris Bryant Jerseys in buying the team are in the "fourth inning," leaving lots of uncertainty about the future of the franchise. Hours before cheap jerseys the Marlins' home opener Tuesday, Samson said owner Jeffrey Loria might sell before the end of the season — or not at all. "There's not a guarantee that a transaction will happen," Samson said. He declined to identify any suitors. Former Yankees captain Derek Jeter and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush are reportedly involved separately with groups that have showed interest in buying the team. Joshua Kushner, whose older brother is an adviser to President Donald Trump, had a preliminary agreement Anthony Rizzo Jerseys to buy the Marlins before breaking off negotiations. "There's definitely a lot of interest in the team," Samson said. Samson is beginning his 16th season as team president and didn't rule out remaining on the job if Loria sells. Whether Samson would have a role under a new owner has been part of sale discussions, he said, but he declined to elaborate. "That's more of an eighth-inning issue than a fourth-inning issue," Samson said. Loria, 76, bought the Marlins for $158.5 million in 2002 from John Henry, part of the Boston Red Sox ownership group that has celebrated three World Series Eric Hosmer Jersey titles. The Marlins won the World Series in 2003 but haven't been to Chicago Cubs Jerseys the postseason since, and haven't finished above .500 since 2009. When asked if sale talks were at an advanced stage, Samson said: "I would say fourth inning, and we've never gotten past the second inning before. It's further than we've been, but a lot can still happen." Loria attended the Marlins' game Tuesday against Atlanta, but did not speak with the media. If you want to know more about 2017 world baseball information, see, you can get it!

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