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Salazar struggles and offensive woes send Royals over Indians, 7-1

CLEVELAND—It was there for the taking. For a team that has clawed their way through a roller coaster of ups and downs all season, the ride just about came to a slow halt for the Indians Tuesday night. Offensive struggles continued and any hopes of a shot at October baseball were all but shattered, as the Tribe scampered to a 7-1 loss against Kansas City. “We didn’t win which...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Salazar stuggles; Angles rout Tribe, 12-3

CLEVELAND—Things were far from normal for the Indians Monday afternoon at Progressive Field. Well, at least on the pitching side of things. Making up a rained out game initially scheduled for June 18 against the first place L.A. Angels, Tribe starter Danny Salazar (6-7, 4.19 ERA) was tagged for six runs on eight hits through 4 2/3 innings, as the Wahoos fell to the Halos, 12...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Fantasy Roundup: Buying Salazar (Again)

During the first half of the season it seems as though I wrote something about every start from Danny Salazar. I’ll admit the primary reason for this was because I was very high on him in the preseason and I rostered him in half the leagues I’m in. At first most of those write-ups contained a lot of optimism and the conclusions said something to the effect of, “Salazar has...
Via Baseball Professor
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #133: Cleveland 6, Kansas City 1

It was a most peculiar night from Danny Salazar on Friday. His four-seam fastball was running at its fastest, running at an average velocity of 96.1 MPH. Yet while Salazar threw his fastball 60 times on the night, his four-seam induced only one whiff. His primary swing and miss pitch on the night, inducing three whiffs in its four offerings, was Salazar's splitter. Salazar’s...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Second Thoughts Game #128: Astros 2, Indians 3

Danny Salazar is short. Relative to the human male population, this is entirely false, but relative to the body of major league pitchers, it's quite true. Officially listed at 6'0", 190 lb., it's likely that he's 6 feet tall as much in the same sense as Johnny Manziel - perhaps it is accurate, but the teams have every reason to add an extra inch. In terms of...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Salazar continues his second-half surge with third straight win

CLEVELAND -- It has taken four months and a stint in Columbus, but Danny Salazar might finally be developing into the pitcher the Indians hoped he would be at the start of the season. In his third start since being called up from Columbus, Salazar allowed one unearned run in six innings as the Indians rolled to a 12-2 win over the Rangers on Friday night at Progressive Field. Salazar...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

What Can We Expect From Danny Salazar in the Second Half?

Written by numberFire (@numberFire) Danny Salazar was supposed to be the Indians new ace. Brought up from Triple A midway through last season, Salazar had young phenom written all over him. He finished 2013 with a 3.12 ERA, 3.16 fielding independent pitching (FIP), 2.75 expected fielding independent (xFIP), and an astounding 11.25 strikeouts per nine innings (K/9). He struck out...
Via Cleveland Sports Chat
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Week 16 MLB Transaction Trends: The Return of Danny Salazar

Having racked up 39 strikeouts over his last 31 IP at Triple-A, Salazar is returning to the bigs (Photo: Carlos Osorio/Associated Press). With the extra long Week 15 finally over, Fantasy Baseball owners have a full set of roster moves to play with once again as they continue to re-tool their team for the seasons second half. Here we look at the most common moves being made by position...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Fantasy Baseball: Danny Salazar, Return from the Milk Carton?

Remember Danny Salazar? I do, because I paid way too much for him in my Ottoneu auction. I knew he had his warts – home runs, perhaps stamina issues, and injury history. Nonetheless, I pulled the trigger because of his ability to miss bats. It didn’t quite work out for me. After posting a 5.53 ERA (4.71 FIP) in 40.2 innings, and seeing his strikeout and walk rates go in the wrong...
Via The Fantasy Fix
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Sophomore pitcher of interest, Danny Salazar, struggles again on Thursday

Danny Salazar took the mound on Thursday, April 17 for the third time as the Cleveland Indians took on the Detroit Tigers. The much-hyped Salzar, with his lightning fast 95.9 MPH fastball average in 2013, was presumed by many a drafter to start 2014 as he finished 2013. So far, through those three outings, Salazar has looked anything but a dominant prospect. In his most recent outing...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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