Fantasy Baseball Box Score Breakouts – 5/11/11

May 12, 2011


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Here’s a look at the unheralded fantasy baseball players who played well yesterday.
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San Diego at Milwaukee
Chris Denorfia webt three for four with two runs and a homer. Jason Bartlett went four for six with two runs, two RBI, and two stolen bases (7). Cameron Maybin also went four for six with two runs and two RBI. Ryan Ludwick went three for six with a home run and three RBI (18).
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Detroit at Minnesota
Brennan Boesch went one for three with three runs to raise his average to .298. Jhonny Peralta had a pinch-hit two-run homer. Brandon Inge went two for five with a run and an RBI. Jason Kubel went two for three with a home run and four RBI (20) to raise his average to .355. Justin Morneau went two for four with a run.  Danny Valencia went two for five. Matt Tolbert went two for four with a run.
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Cincinnati at Houston
Ramon Hernandez went two for four to raise his average to .307.
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Seattle at Baltimore
Adam Jones went four for four with two RBI (21).  Chone Figgins went two for four with an RBI and a stolen base (7). Chris Tillman gave up one run on three hits with five strikeouts in six innings for the win.
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Tampa Bay at Cleveland
Sam Fuld went three for four with two RBI and a stolen base (11). Matt Joyce went two for five with two runs and a homer to raise his average to .358. It’s his second home run in as many games. Casey Kotchman went two for five with a run to raise his average to .352. David Price tossed a gem.
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Boston at Toronto
Corey Patterson went two for four with a run, an RBI, and a stolen base. John McDonald went two for four with two runs, a home run, and three RBI.  Rajai Davis went four for four with two runs, two RBI, and two stolen bases.
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Philadelphia at Florida
Gaby Sanchez went two for four to raise his average to .336. Ricky Nolasco gave up one earned run with six strikeouts in 6-1/3 innings, but got a no-decision.
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Los Angeles Dodgers at Pittsburgh
Hiroki Kuroda gave up three hits with eight strikeouts in seven scoreless innings to improve to 4-3 with a 3.21 ERA. Vincente Padilla struck out two in a scoreless ninth to nail down the save.
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Washington at Atlanta
Ian Desmond went two for six with a run, two RBI (14), and two stolen bases (12). Laynce Nix went three for five with a run and an RBI. Jerry Hairston, Jr. went two for five with a run. Martin Prado went two for five with a run. John Lannan gave up two runs on five hits in six innings, but got a no-decision.
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Kansas City at New York Yankees
Eric Hosmer went one for four with his first career home run and two RBI. Jorge Posada went two for three with his 15th RBI. A.J. Burnett gave up one run one one hit with six strikeouts in seven innings, but got a no-decision. He lowered  his ERA to 3.38.
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St. Louis at Chicago Cubs
Kosuke Fukudome went two for four with a run to raise his average to .349. Marlony Byrd went two for four with a run to raise his aveage to .308. Carlos Penda went two for three with two runs and two RBI. Koyie Hill, who should see plenty of ABs with Soto on the DL, went two for four with a run and two RBI. Ryan Theriot wen two for three with a run and an RBI. Nick Punto went two for three with two runs. Matt Garza gave up one run on three hits with seven strikeout in five innings to improve to 2-4 with a 4.17 ERA.
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Chicago White Sox at Los Angeles Angels
Adam Dunn snapped out of a season-long slump to go four for five with three runs and a homer. A.J. Pierzynski was four for six with an RBI. Alberto Callaspo went two for four with an RBI (17) to raise his average to .302. Tyler Chatwood gave up one run in 6-1/3 innings, but got a no-decision. Jake Peavy struggled in his season debut and Jordan Walden blew a save opportunity.
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Arizona at San Francisco
Andres Torres went two for three with an RBI to raise his average to .324. Miguel Tejada went three for four with a run and an RBI. Kelly Johnson went two for five with a run and a stolen base. Henry Blanco went two for four with a home run and two RBI.
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