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MARCO ESTRADA RUMORS

Baseball Profcast: Estrada Is Near Perfect

Submit a question to be answered on the show! In Episode 224, Professors Bryan Curley (@BaseballProf) and Matt Commins (@MattCommins) talk about some pitcher’s values and go over today’s DFS matchups8. Topics include: Marco Estrada’s near-perfect game The debut of Andrew Heaney A discussion on Yasmany Tomas A look at today’s DFS matchups You can check out all Baseball...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Can Marco Estrada keep this up?

Over the past week-and-a-half of Major League Baseball action, a pitcher has had a brush with history twice. I know, and you probably know that. Max Scherzer has retired 54 of the past 57 batters he’s faced, and over his past two starts has allowed just one hit. He threw a no-hitter this weekend that, if not for a misplaced elbow would have been a perfect game. Another, more surprising...
Via Baseball Essential
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Marco Estrada misses perfection, Blue Jays top Rays 1-0

In a game full of non-stop action, the Toronto Blue Jays were nothing short of spectacular on this wonderful Sunday afternoon. On a beautiful day at Tropicana Field, veteran right-hander Marco Estrada took to the bump where he faced off against 27 year-old left-hander Nate Karns and the Tampa Bay Rays. Today was a day where Marco really needed to prove what he’s got and did exactly...
Via Baseball Essential
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Josh Donaldson tried his damnedest to save Marco Estrada’s perfect game

On Wednesday, Toronto Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada set down the first 21 Tampa Bay Rays hitters he faced. The 22nd batter was David DeJesus, who hit a foul pop down the third base line. Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson really wanted Estrada to keep his perfect game going, and flew into the crowd to record the 22nd out of the game. The 23rd batter was Logan Forysthe, who hit...
Via The Outside Corner
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Healthy bats make the Blue Jays AL East contenders

The Toronto Blue Jays are becoming increasingly harder to peg. The club stumbled out of the gate to a 23-30 record. New big bats Josh Donaldson and Russell Martin made the teams already potent offense more powerful, but the clubs pitching – specifically the clubs starters – had been atrocious. After their disappointing start, the club suddenly reeled off seven straight...
Via The Outside Corner
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers' Estrada vows to be better after Sunday's shaky outing

MILWAUKEE -- Despite another start in which he struggled to keep the ball in the ballpark and runs off the board, Marco Estrada's spot in Milwaukee's rotation appears to be safe -- for now. Brewers manager Ron Roenicke offered a bit of support for his struggling right-hander after Estrada gave up three more home runs and five runs over five innings in Milwaukee's 13-4 loss to the...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Estrada, Roenicke frustrated after Brewers setback versus Mets

After yet another start in which he was burned by the home-run ball, Marco Estrada's spot in Milwaukee's rotation may be in jeopardy. Estrada gave up his major-league leading 19th and 20th home runs of the season, as the New York Mets scored six runs on just five hits in a 6-2 victory over the Brewers at Citi Field. A two-run home run by Daniel Murphy got the Mets on the board in...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Estrada battles, keys Brewers win

MILWAUKEE -- Marco Estrada let out a sigh of exhaustion when asked if Tuesday night's start was the epitome of battling on the mound. "You have no idea," Estrada said. "Every inning I battled." Without his best stuff, Estrada managed to hold the Pittsburgh Pirates to just one run over six innings, battling a high pitch count to do enough to help the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-2 victory...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Estrada determined to stay healthy in 2014

PHOENIX -- Starting pitcher Marco Estrada was happy with nearly every number he posted for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2013, except one: days on the disabled list. "Injuries. The DL. It's so frustrating," said Estrada. "Rehabbing in Arizona, watching the team and not being able to do anything about it. It's definitely frustrating. I wouldn't wish it on anybody." For the second straight...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers’ new pitching rotation

After winning only 74 games last year, the Milwaukee Brewers realized they needed better pitching to contend in a tough NL Central. The three teams in the NL Central that went into the playoffs all had pitching staffs that were able to consistently eat innings and keep the score low. The Brewers’ pitching staff never really got into a groove to provide low scores and pitch deep...
Via isportsweb.com
February 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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