Originally written May 15, 2012 on The Fantasy Fix:
Apparently somebody turned the clock back to 2001 because Miguel Batista was relevant tonight on the fantasy scene.  The Dominican righty tossed 7.0 innings of no run ball and struck out five along the way.  Don't get any crazy ideas about going out and adding him, this outing should be much like a shooting star. Jon Lester threw a gem too for the BoSox although that one wasn't quite as unexpected.  Lester threw a complete game, struck out six and gave up just one earned run while picking up the Win. Bryce Harper finally hit his first big league home run in the Nats win over the Padres.  It took 14 games to do so and Harper hasn't gotten off to a great start, with just a .231 average to date. Your browser does not support iframes. Mark Teixeira also went yard Monday night.  Teix went 2-of-4 from the plate, hit his fifth home run of the season and knocked in two runs. The nightly Bryan LaHair home run came through as usual, his 9th of the season in ...

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