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Every morning we recap the previous night’s games, news and notes so that you are up-to-date on everything baseball. As always you can follow us on Twitter (@BaseballProf) and like us on Facebook to get updated, fantasy-relevant news, tidbits and analysis. 1. Kyle Lohse was masterful, taking a no-hitter into the seventh inning before surrendering a single to Jose Reyes. Lohse isn’t overpowering, but he is always around the strike zone as he threw a first-pitch strike to 13 of 18 batters through the sixth inning last night. 2. Is Giancarlo Stanton going to survive in the new Marlins Park? I couldn’t help but be reminded of David Wright‘s first season at Citi Field after watching Stanton hit 400-foot fly outs not once, but twice right in front of those bright, neon green walls. It’s still too early to make any conclusions, but it’s not a great sign to start. Extra note: Speaking of those green walls, how many people in Miami are going to go blind as a result? You better believe I’m wo...
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