Posted: 07/29/2014 3:59 PM
Harang continues to enjoy what is quietly turning into a career-best season for the veteran. He has recorded 18 quality starts in 21 turns, 16 of which have been outings in which he's allowed two earned runs or fewer.
Despite the solid ERA, Beckett will be scrutinized coming off his shortest start that followed a DL stint for a bad hip.
Posted: 07/29/2014 4:09 PM
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Posted: 07/30/2014 5:54 AM
Just the facts.
Posted: 07/30/2014 6:05 AM
Posted: 07/30/2014 6:59 AM
Dodgfan wrote: Was thinking the same thing. That shot to right center field showed that he may be finally getting over that shoulder injury.Go Dodgers!
Last edited 07/30/2014 7:07 AM by colobrowns
Posted: 07/30/2014 8:09 AM
Posted: 07/30/2014 9:51 AM
colobrowns wrote: Dodgfan wrote: Was thinking the same thing. That shot to right center field showed that he may be finally getting over that shoulder injury.Go Dodgers!Kemp in June/july is hitting .315..................and better fielder...and showing power and RF hitting!He will hit 15-20 hrs this yr and 20-25 hr next yr.Dodgers are not trading him....2nd best hitter on team after Puig.If they do trade him..Hamels or Price only. And of 2 teams ---in AL where we can't hurt us...Because of his $$ he can always be traded in august as well increasing value. Fewer bottom teams can afford contract,
Posted: 07/30/2014 10:06 AM
Posted: 07/30/2014 10:39 AM
haji81872 wrote: I think Ethier, Maholm, Haren, will all be guys that may end up being waiver deals. Easier to move them then then try to now when peoples attention is focused on other deals.
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Last edited 07/30/2014 10:06 PM by MDMore
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Posted: 07/30/2014 11:08 PM
His best days may be behind him, but patience was the smart move with Kemp. Hope he can stay healthy and continue with the success.
Greinke pitches well, Dodgers win. Zach gets the win --- not on paper, but based on what really matters.
If Mattingly sends Greinke out there in the 9th having thrown 110 pitches, and he gives up a run, then I'm sure Donny'd be forgiven. ;)
Posted: 07/31/2014 12:01 AM
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