Found August 22, 2012 on The Fantasy Fix:
Colorado Rockies at New York Mets: You know how you can tell the Rockies have no punch? Dexter Fowler batted third. Chris Young took full advantage, throwing a no-no until the fifth. He then was hurt by a few jabs, as a botched rundown, couple of sacrifices and infield hit helped lead to some runs. On the other side of the rubber, Tyler Colvin got the start and stole two bases. He should see playing time down the stretch and could be a solid HR source.  Fowler wasn’t successful as he was caught for the fourth time this year. He is 12/16, a marked improvement on his 12/21 mark last year. However, he is still just 64/96 on his career. You might wait his entire career for a 25 SB campaign. Kansas City Royals at Tampa Bay Rays: And Brett Lawrie experienced a setback and won’t be back as quick as initially thought. In the top of the sixth, Edwin Encarnacion strode to the plate, hit a ball really far, and circled the bases. LA Angels at Boston Red Sox: Not the greatest pitching match...
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