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  1. Which side would you guys choose? WHIR 100% A. Paul Goldschmidt and Billy Hamilton B. Anthony Rendon and Blake Parker
  2. Needed 10.5 non-PPR points from Shepherd. He was stuck at 10.3 until the pass with 1:41 in the 4th. Whew!
  3. Any reason he was pulled after the 5th with 80 pitches?
  4. I can assure you that Bumgarner grunts loudly from the first pitch until pitch 120.
  5. Snell with 7 walks and 1 ER in 7 IP tonight. Good for ERA leagues, makes things interesting in WHIP leagues...
  6. Lefty Ty Blach didn't have many challenges in ATL, and Snell was great this evening. I'm starting Smith this week. At least the floor is solid K/9.
  7. .304/.425/.576 on the year now. This is right after a 10-game home stand at AT&T. Could mean big big things for Belt in the Giants' next trip to ATL, Philly, and Pittsburgh.
  8. Giants broadcast just reported that it's an elbow contusion. X-rays negative. Edit: MLB.com too https://www.mlb.com/news/andrew-mccutchen-exits-game-after-hbp/c-274940760 "SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants right fielder Andrew McCutchen left Wednesday's game against the Padres in the fourth inning with a left elbow contusion. X-rays on the elbow came back negative"
  9. Nelson (shoulder) continues to throw off flat ground at around 150 feet and should be cleared for mound work in the near future, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. "We're just looking to see consistency," Nelson said. "What we want is 5-to-6 good days [of flat-ground throwing] in a row. It doesn't make sense to do a bullpen [session] before that." The fact that Nelson has yet to graduate to bullpen sessions in his recovery from shoulder surgery shouldn't be viewed as a setback for the right-hander, who indicated that he's still progressing ahead of schedule. Building up to mound work was always meant to be a gradual process for Nelson, so the Brewers won't rush him back to the bump until his arm feels ready for more intensified throwing. Nelson remains without a clear timetable for a return, though the Brewers expect him to resurface as a fixture atop the rotation at some point this summer. From CBS. Hopefully he's back by the All-Star break.