Ryan Vogelsong twirls a gem vs. Brewers
Wily Peralta gets roughed up in loss to Giants
Andrew Cashner stays sharp in no-decision
Dan Haren settles for no-decision vs. Padres
Cory Rasmus will get the starting nod Saturday
Felix Hernandez gives up four home runs Friday
Hernandez allowed five runs on 10 hits over seven innings. He struck out one and walked one during the outing. Home runs were a major issue for Hernandez. For the first time in his career, Hernandez gave up four home runs in one game. Anthony Rendon got things started in the first inning, hitting a solo shot off Hernandez. Jason Werth would take Hernandez deep for a two-run shot in the third. In the fourth, two other Nationals got into the act. Both Ian Desmond and Wilson Ramos clubbed solo shots, putting five runs on the board against Hernandez. Despite the rough start, he gave the Mariners seven innings.
With the loss, Hernandez fell to 13-5. He’ll take on the Athletics in his next start.
Jordan Zimmermann wins his 10th game Friday
Zimmermann allowed two runs on seven hits over six innings. He struck out eight and issued one walk during the appearance. Zimmermann was tagged for both runs early. After picking up a strikeout for the first out of the game, Zimmermann allowed a triple against Dustin Ackley. After a walk to Robinson Cano, Zimmermann gave up two run-scoring singles. He was able to get things together after a visit to the mound. Zimmermann would make it through the next six innings without surrendering another run.
With the win, Zimmermann improved to 10-5. He’ll take on the Dodgers in his next start.
Jered Weaver stays dominant in win over Athletics
Jon Lester hit with tough-luck loss Friday
Addison Reed picks up a save Friday
Reed entered with a three-run lead, and shut the door. He faced three batters during the outing. Reed notched two strikeouts and picked up one groundout during the appearance.
Fantasy Baseball Today -- at least the live version -- winds down with some thoughts on Carlos Carrasco, Shane Greene, Hector Rondon and Jorge Soler.
Drew Pomeranz was just a spot starter Wednesday, but he has a chance to be so much more in 2015. Scott White discusses him and other players who could see a big boost in value next year.
Nobody is hotter than Rondon these days and the Cubs are winning games - just food for thought
Joey Votto's underwhelming 2014 season might lead owners in keeper leagues to leave him behind, but that could be a costly mistake.
After a spectacular start to the 2014 season, the Giants' veteran is suddenly a very different -- and less appealing -- Fantasy option.
August 28, 2014
Fantasy Baseball Today: News & Notes (8/28) (8:52)