Fantasy Baseball Box Score Breakouts – 4/29/11

Apr 30, 2011


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Here’s a look at the unheralded fantasy baseball players who played well yesterday.

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Detroit at Cleveland
Asdrubal Cabrera went two for three with three runs, a homer (5), two RBI (17), and a stolen base. Shelley Duncan went two for four with two RBI. Austin Jackson went two for five. Ryan Raburn also went two for five with a run. Alex Avila went two for two with two RBI (18).
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Toronto at New York Yankees
J.P. Arencibia went two for four with his fourth homer.
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San Francisco at Washington
Laynce Nix went two for three with a home run and two RBI. He’s hitting .314. Ian Desmond went three for three with a run and his ninth stolen base. Aaron Rowand went two for four to raise his average to .296. Jason Marquis threw a five-hit shutout. He struck out seven as he improve to 3-0 with a 2.62 ERA.
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New York Mets at Philadelphia
Placido Polanco went two for five with two runs and two RBI (18) as he improve his average to .390. Ben Francisco went two for four with two RBI (18) and a stolen base. He’s hitting .272. Jason Pridie went one for four with a home run and two RBI. Vance Morley gave up two hits with five strikeouts in six scoreless innings for the win.
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Seattle at Boston
Chone Figgins continues to heat up. He went two for four with two runs. Mike Cameron went two for four with a pair of home runs.
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Florida at Cincinnati
Emilio Bonifacio went two for five with two runs to improve his average to .323. Gaby Sanchez went two for five with a run to raise his average to .303. John Buck went one for four with a home run and three RBI (12). Jeremy Hermida went one for three with a home run and three RBI.
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Los Angeles Angels at Tampa Bay
Alberto Callaspo went three for four with a run and an RBI to raise his average to .303. Mark Trumbo went two for four with a home run and four RBI (13). Matt Joyce went one for three with a home run and three RBI. He’s hitting .311. Casey Kotchman went two for four with an RBI to raise his average to .350. John Jason went two for three.
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St. Louis at Atlanta
Nick Punto drove in two runs. Yadier Molina went two for three to raise his average to .289. Ryan Theriot went two for four with a run to raise his average to .319. Nate McLouth went two for four with a home run.
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Milwaukee at Houston
Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder did the damage on offense. Shaun Marcum struck out six in seven scoreless innings for the win. Brett Wallace went two for two to raise his average to .388 before hurting his hip.
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Baltimore at Chicago White Sox
Luke Scott went one for four with two runs and a homer. Matt Wieters went two for five with two runs, a home run, and four RBI (16). Robert Andino went three for four with a run. A.J. Pierzynski went one for four with a home run and two RBI.
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Minnesota at Kansas City
Alex Gordon went two for three to raise his average to .337. Kila Ka’aihue went two for four. Brayan Pena went two for three with a run. Jason Kubel went two for four with a run to raise his average to .341. Danny Valencia went two for four with two RBI (13). Scott Baker gave up two runs in 6-1/3 innings, but got a no-decision.
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Pittsburgh at Colorado
Garrett Jones went two for four with his fifth home run. Kevin Correia gave up three hits in 6-2/3 scoreless innings to improve to 4-2 with a 2.90 ERA.
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Chicago Cubs at Arizona
Jeff Baker went two for three to raise his average to .392. Melvin Mora went two for four to raise his average to .289. Carlos Zambrano gave up two runs on four hits over six innings to improve to 3-1.
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Texas at Oakland
Conor Jackson went two for three with a run to raise his average to .280. Josh Willingham went two for four with an RBI (14).
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San Diego at Los Angeles Dodgers
Juan Uribe went two for four with a home run. Rod Barajas also went two for four. Aaron Miles went three for four. Chase Headley went two for four with a run. Ted Lilly, yesterday’s streaming pitcher option, gave up one run on five hits in six innings.
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Also check out today’s streaming pitcher option.

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