Fantasy Baseball Box Score Breakouts – 6/8/11

Jun 9, 2011

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Here’s a look at the unheralded fantasy baseball players who played well yesterday.
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Minnesota at Cleveland
Ben Revere went three for five with a run, two RBI, and a stolen base. Danny Valencia went two for four. Luke Hughes went two for four with a run. Michael Brantley went three for five. Jack Hannahan went two for four with a home run. Lou Marson went two for four. Carl Pavano gave up one run over seven innings. Justin Masterson gave up two runs over eight innings. Niether starter factored into the decision.
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Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati
Kosuke Fukudome went two for four with a run. Carlos Pena went one for four with a home run (9) and two RBI (29). Tony Campana went two for four with a stolen base. Koyie Hill went two for three. Ryan Dempster gave up one run on three hits with eight strikeouts in six innings to even his record at 5-5.
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Washington at San Francisco
Brandon Crawford and Eli Whiteside each went two for three with a run and an RBI. Ian Desmond went two for four. Yunesky Maya gave up one run over six innings, but got a no-decision. Matt Cain tossed a gem.
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Oakland at Baltimore
Mark Reynolds went two for three with a home run (10) and two RBI (32). Conor Jackson went two for three.  Jemile Weeks went two for three with two runs. Zach Britton gave up one run with six strikeouts in 6-1/3 innings to improve to 6-4 with a 3.18 ERA.
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Colorado at San Diego
Todd  Helton went four for four with three runs and a home run. Eric Patterson went two for four. Ryan Ludwick went two for four with a run. Jorge Cantu went two for three. Alberto Gonzalez went one for four with two RBI.
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Los Angeles Dodgers at Philadelphia
Cole Hamels was the story in this one.
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Atlanta at Florida
Jordan Schafer went two for five with a stolen base. Alex Gonzalez went two for five with an RBI. Derek Lowe gave up two hits with five strikeouts in 6-2/3 scoreless innings. Ricky Nolasco gave up two runs with five strikeouts in 7-1/3 innings. Neither starter factored into the decision.
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Boston at New York Yankees
Marco Scutaro went two for five with two runs. J.D. Drew went one for three with a home run and three RBI. Francisco Cervelli went three for three with two runs and two RBI.
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St. Louis at Houston
Bud Norris gave up just a solo shot in eight innings to improve to 4-4 with a 3.67 ERA. Jason Bourgeois went two for five with a run and a stolen base (14). Jason Michaels went two for four with an RBI. J.R. Towles went two for four with a run.
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Detroit at Texas
Yorvit Torrealba went two for three with two runs. Chris Davis went two for four with a run. Alexi Ogando continued to dazzle.
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Arizona at Pittsburgh
Jose Tabata went four for six with a run.  Brandon Wood went two for three. Zach Duke, yesterday’s streaming pitcher option, gave up one run in seven innings. Paul Maholm gave up one hit in six scoreless innings. Neither starter factored into the decision.
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Toronto at Kansas City
Corey Patterson went four for five with two runs and his ninth stolen base. Juan Rivera went two for five with two RBI. Aaron Hill went two for five with a run. Jayson Nix went one for three with a home run and three RBI. Alex Gordon went two for four with two RBI (33). Melky Cabrera went one for five with a home run (8) and three RBI (38). Jeff Francoeur went three for four with a run. Brayan Pena went one for three with two runs.
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Seattle at Chicago White Sox
Justin Smoak went two for five. Miguel Olivo went two for five with two runs, a home run (8), and three RBI (30). Franklin Gutierrez went two for four with three RBI.
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New York Mets at Milwaukee
Nyjer Morgan went two for five with a run and an RBI. Ronny Paulino went four for four with a home run and three RBI. Randy Wolf gave up one run on four hits with six strikeouts in 6-2/3 innings. Mike Pelfrey gave up two runs on four hits in six innings. Neither starter factored into the decision.
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Tampa Bay at Los Angeles Angels
Reid Brignac went one for three with a home run and two RBI. Maicer Izturis went two for four with a run. Peter Bourjos went two for four.
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