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Let’s just skip the intro all together. You’re scanning this anyways, let’s be honest. I could put the deepest, darkest secrets of life and all its mystery in this first paragraph and you’re still going to skip it. It’s cool… no hard feelings. So without further time wasted and other hullabaloo, have a gander at the low end two-start pitchers for this week in fantasy baseball. Good luck. (Please note that pitchers and match-ups change.)
David Phelps (Tor vs Laffey, Bal vs Hunter) I saw the match-ups and my pants sorta don’t fit right anymore. Innings and depth in games should be your only concern, that and making sure your pork is cooked thoroughly.
Brett Anderson (@Cle vs Hernandez, Bos vs Buchholz) This is more of an honorable mention, because if he isn’t owned in your league then your league basically sucks and you’re already thumbs deep in fantasy hockey.
Luis Mendoza (Det vs Sanchez, Min vs Diamond) Not a lot of low end options this week, so I am showing you what desperati
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Twins left-hander Scott Diamond has been suspended six games and fined by Major League Baseball after throwing at Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton in Thursday's game in Arlington.
Diamond will appeal the suspension, the Twins announced.Diamond was ejected from Thursday's game after throwing behind Hamilton's head in the third inning. The throw came after Twins star catcher...
ARLINGTON, Texas Minnesota Twins pitcher Scott Diamond was given a six-game suspension and undisclosed fine by Major League Baseball for throwing near the head of the Texas Rangers Josh Hamilton in Thursdays game.
Diamond threw a pitch that went behind Hamiltons head in the bottom of the third inning, prompting an immediate ejection from home plate umpire Wally Bell.
The Minnesota Twins lost for the 12th time in 14 games Thursday night, on a night when they went 3-for-17 with men in scoring position and made two key eighth-inning errors. But that wasn't what everybody was talking about after the 10-6 defeat at Texas. The main story of the evening was when Texas' Roy Oswalt hit Joe Mauer in the back with a 3-0 pitch in the third inning...
Minnesota Twins starter Scott Diamond has been suspended six games by Major League Baseball for a pitch thrown near the head of Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton.
The suspension and undisclosed fine were announced Friday, though Diamond is appealing the suspension and remains on the Twins' active roster.
Diamond was immediately ejected Thursday night after the lefty's pitch...
Texas' Adrian Beltre believes he has figured out what caused his power slump over the last month.
That can't be what the Minnesota Twins want to hear.
Coming off a three-homer performance, Beltre looks to continue to feast on Minnesota pitching and help the AL West-leading Rangers beat the Twins for the sixth time in seven games in Thursday night's opener of a four...
Minnesota Twins pitcher Scott Diamond received a six-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for throwing a pitch near the head of Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton in the bottom of the third inning of Thursday night's game in Arlington. Major League Baseball announced the suspension Friday. Diamond was scheduled to begin serving his suspension Friday, but has appealed...
The retaliation was sure to follow as soon as Twins star catcher Joe Mauer was drilled in the back by Rangers starter Roy Oswalt.On a 3-0 pitch, Oswalt who is averaging just 1.8 walks per nine innings this season threw a pitch up and in to Mauer in the top of the third inning. The pitch hit Minnesota's catcher and it appeared to be intentional, although Oswalt denied after...
The Diamondbacks swept the Marlins in a doubleheader yesterday, winning the two games 3-2 and 3-0. In a little bit of an interesting note, each Arizona starter was a rookie, and Wade Miley ad Tyler Skaggs both shut down the slumping Miami team. Arizona is still in this playoff race at three games above .500 and four games behind the second wild card leading Cardinals, and...
Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton could feel the ball whizzing by the back of his neck.
Hamilton says, though, that he doesn't think that Minnesota starter Scott Diamond was trying to hit him in the head.
Diamond was immediately ejected Thursday night after the lefty's pitch near Hamilton's head in the third inning. Twins catcher Joe Mauer had been hit by a pitch...