Found August 23, 2013 on Fantasy Sports Locker Room:
PLAYERS: Mat Latos
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds

 “Wipe it off and go back to work” was Dusty Baker‘s message to Latos who vomited on three occasions Thursday, via Jeff Walmer. Mat Latos pitched his guts out last night… yeah, I went there. Latos was throwing up in the tunnel between innings and still pitched eight strong allowing only one earned run on five hits while fanning six Diamondbacks in the 2-1 Reds win. Latos has allowed six runs over his last six games an has lowered his ERA to 2.93... 

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