Fantasy Baseball Players of the Day – 5/28

May 29, 2008

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On to our regular scheduled program.

Wednesday, May 28th
Cody Ross  and Marcus Thames each hit a pair of HRs and drove in 4 Runs.  Jesus Flores hit a Grand Slam.  David Ross and Ray Durham also had 4 RBI.  Carlos Quentin, Chase Utley, Geoff Jenkins, Fernando Tatis (I had no idea he was still in the league), Craig Monroe each drove in 3 Runs.  Johnny Damon, Brian Roberts, Melvin Mora, Shane Victorino, Jerry Hairston, Jr., Joey Votto (3 Runs), Russell Martin, Mike Lamb, Joey Gaitright, Alex Gordon, Jack Cust, Cristian Guzman, Tadahito Iguchi, Bengie Molina, and Jose Castillo each had three Hits.  Fred Lewis scored 3 Runs.

Jeff Supan tossed 8 scoreless Innings allowing 4 Hits with 7 Ks to improve to 3-4 with a 3.93 ERA and outduel Jo-Jo Reyes, who gave up 1 Run on 2 Hits with 9 Ks in 7 Innings.  Erik Bedard pitched 7 scoreless Innings giving up 2 Runs while striking out 8 to improve to 4-3.  He beat Tim Wakefield, who gave up just 1 Run in 8 Innings with 8 Ks.  Matt Garza gave up 2 Runs in 8 Innings while striking out 10 to improve to 4-1 with a 3.78 ERA.  Andy Pettitte gave up 2 Runs in 6-2/3 Innings to improve to 5-5.  Adam Eaton gave up 1 Run in 6 Innings for his first Win of the year.  Bronson Arroyo continued his turnaround giving up 1 Run on 3 Hits with 6 Ks to even his record at 4-4.  Adam Wainwright gave up 1 Run on 3 Hits with 8 Ks to improve to 5-2 with a 2.86 ERA.  Derek Lowe (7 scoreless Innings, 4 Hits, 5 Ks) and Carlos Zambrano (8 Innings, 1 Run) took no-decisions in their pitchers’ duel. Armando Gallagher went 8-1/3 Innings allowing 2 Runs to improve to 4-2 with a 3.44 ERA.  Roy Halladay gave up 1 Run in 8 Innings with 9 Ks to improve to 6-5 with a 2.93 ERA while outdueling Rich Harden, who gave up 1 Run in 7 Innings.  Jonathan Sanchez gave up 2 Runs in 6 Innings with 6 Ks to improve to 3-3.

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