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  • Astros shut Dallas Keuchel down for season
    Dallas Keuchel has been shut down for the season.

    Advice: Keuchel has tossed an even 200 innings this season, topping his previous career high of 177 2/3 frames. The left-hander went out in style, throwing eight innings of one-run ball versus the Mariners Saturday to lower his ERA to 2.93. It was a breakout season for Keuchel. Rotoworld.com
    33 minutes ago
  • Rubby De La Rosa won't make another start
    Rubby De La Rosa will not make another start this season.

    Advice: It's possible he'll appear in relief, but knuckleballer Steven Wright is expected to start on Friday in De La Rosa's place. The Red Sox are just keeping the youngster's innings in check, as De La Rosa has easily reached his career high with 160 frames this season between the minors and majors. Rotoworld.com
    50 minutes ago
  • Chaz Roe designated for assignment
    Yankees designated RHP Chaz Roe for assignment.

    Advice: The move clears a spot on the 40-man roster for the return of Masahiro Tanaka. Roe has allowed two earned runs over two innings for the Yanks this season. Rotoworld.com
    57 minutes ago
     
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  • Tyson Ross (forearm) to miss another start
    Tyson Ross will miss another start after feeling continued soreness in his lower forearm while playing catch Friday.

    Advice: The Padres have yet to officially rule Ross out for the season, but there's little to no chance we'll see him again. He's already easily set a career high with 195 1/3 innings. Robbie Erlin will get another start in Ross' place on Tuesday versus the Rockies and is a nice streaming option. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 7:39 am
  • Josh Fields nursing oblique injury
    Josh Fields is dealing with a strained right oblique.

    Advice: This late in the year, it's almost certainly a season-ending injury. It's a sour ending to the season, but Fields has been terrific since returning from the DL in July, putting up a 2.96 ERA and 33/7 K/BB ratio over 27 1/3 innings. He's an important bullpen piece for the Astros moving forward. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 7:09 am
  • Darin Downs (oblique) likely done for season
    Darin Downs is likely done for the season after aggravating a right oblique injury.

    Advice: Downs missed time last month with the ailment and apparently sustained a setback during an appearance Friday. The left-hander's season concludes with a 5.45 ERA and 1.36 WHIP across 45 appearances. Rotoworld.com
    Today, 7:06 am
  • Street retires Rangers in order for 39th save
    Huston Street worked a 1-2-3 ninth inning to pick up his 15th save as an Angel (his 39th overall) in Saturday's victory over the Rangers.

    Advice: It was only the third appearance Street had made dating back to September 7, as the closer had been bothered by a tight right hamstring. The Rangers didn't mount much of a threat against him. Street is 15-for-17 in save chances as an Angel with a 1.50 ERA. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:11 pm
  • House allows two runs in five innings vs MIN
    T.J. House scattered six hits and allowed two runs over five innings in Saturday's 7-3 win over the Twins.

    Advice: This was a much needed win for the Indians, as they desperately attempt to cling to life in the Wild Card race heading into the final week. They're currently 3.5 back of the final playoff slot. House wasn't spectacular, but he mostly held the Twins at bay during his time on the mound. Both of the runs on his line came off of RBI grounders and he was able to limit the damage to singular runs. In addition to the six hits allowed, House walked one and struck out five. In September, House has allowed just three runs in 19 innings. He holds a 3.43 ERA and 1.34 WHIP overall. By the time he takes the mound for his final start of the regular season against the Rays next weekend, House and the Indians should know whether they have any shot at the playoffs. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:01 pm
  • Petit allows 2 ER in 5 1/3 IP in loss to SD
    Yusmeiro Petit suffered his fifth loss of the season on Saturday, allowing three runs (two earned) in 5 1/3 innings as the Giants were defeated 3-2.

    Advice: For the first eight innings, it didn't look like there was any way the Giants would score against Andrew Cashner, so Petit was stuck between a rock and a hard place. He yielded four hits and three walks while striking out seven. Four of Petit's last five starts have been decent, and he now has a 3.63 ERA with a 1.00 WHIP and a 125/21 K/BB ratio. Petit gets the Padres again, this time at home, to wrap up his regular season on Thursday. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 8:43 pm
  • De La Rosa allows six runs in loss to Orioles
    Rubby De La Rosa gave up six runs (four earned) on six hits in Saturday's loss to the Orioles.

    Advice: Three of the six runs came via the long ball, as De La Rosa saw taters from Adam Jones and Christian Walker leave the park in the third and fourth innings, respectively. De La Rosa struck out four and walked two over four innings while picking up the loss. So far this season, De La Rosa's numbers, like his team, have split the nexus of mediocrity. A 4.50 ERA, a 1.49 WHIP and a .292 BAA in 100 innings pitched for a 67-87 Red Sox club. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 8:14 pm
  • Hale pitches three innings after Minor injury
    David Hale pitched three innings and allowed five hits and two runs in relief of Mike Minor on Saturday.

    Advice: Hale had to warm early on Saturday, as Mike Minor lasted just one inning against the Mets before exiting with an apparent left shoulder injury. Hale came on to start the second. He allowed a Dilson Herrera two-run home run with out in the inning, but settled in after that. The rest of his time on the mound was relatively uneventful. Over three innings, he gave up five hits, walked two and struck out one. Hale's made the occasional spot start for the Braves, while working mostly long relief out of the pen. He holds a 3.27 ERA and 1.44 WHIP this season. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 7:23 pm
     
    10:35 am vs NYM
  • Dallas Keuchel brilliant in win over Mariners
    Dallas Keuchel scattered seven hits while pitching eight innings of one-run ball against the Mariners on Saturday.

    Advice: Keuchel was spotted a four-run lead by the time the first inning was over, thanks to early home runs by Chris Carter and Alex Presley. He did not squander the cushion. Other than an RBI single by Robinson Cano in the third, Keuchel sported what was mostly a clean line. He allowed struck out eight and walked one while scattering seven hits. The victory bumped him up to a 12-9 record this season. Keuchel has been one of the biggest surprises in the game this season, posting a 2.93 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and a 146/48 K/BB ratio over 200 innings. This was likely his final start of 2014, but he won't sneak up on anyone next spring. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 7:02 pm
  • Capuano doomed by shaky sixth in loss to TOR
    Chris Capuano failed to make it out of the sixth inning, allowing four runs in 5 2/3 innings, in a loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday.

    Advice: Capuano had allowed just one run through five innings, but he tired in the sixth and that's when the wheels came off. The lefty, overall, yielded five hits and walked four while striking out two. Capuano stands with a 4.67 ERA with a 1.44 WHIP and a 50/19 K/BB ratio. He'll make his final start of the season on Thursday at home against the Orioles. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 4:38 pm
  • Giles earns first career save in win vs. A's
    Ken Giles converted the first save of his career, sending the Athletics down in order in Saturday's victory.

    Advice: Giles is the interim closer while Jonathan Papelbon serves his seven-game suspension. The 24-year-old closer has put up fantastic numbers in his first season in the big leagues, sporting a 1.24 ERA, 0.80 WHIP, and 63/11 K/BB ratio in 43 2/3 innings. If Papelbon remains in Philadelphia, saves will still be hard to come by for Giles next season. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 4:13 pm
  • Doubront knocked around for six runs by LAD
    Felix Doubront was rocked for six runs over just 2 1/3 innings Saturday against the Dodgers.

    Advice: Doubront allowed six hits (including two home runs from Adrian Gonzalez) and was chased after giving up four runs in the third inning. He struck out two and walked two in the no-decision and now owns a 3.98 ERA and 8/6 K/BB ratio in 20 1/3 innings over his first four starts with Chicago. He'll try to rebound when he makes his final start of the season next weekend against the Brewers. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 2:59 pm
  • Hernandez gives up two runs in no-decision
    Roberto Hernandez allowed two runs over four-plus innings Saturday against the Cubs.

    Advice: Hernandez was pulled after allowing a double and a walk to begin the bottom of the fifth inning. His line could have been worse, but Paco Rodriguez managed to get out of the jam without a run scoring. He struck out four and walked two and now owns a 4.74 ERA and 27/14 K/BB ratio in 36 innings across eight starts with the Dodgers. He'll make his final start of the season next weekend against the Rockies at home, though fantasy owners can do better. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 2:59 pm
  • Allen blows fourth save of season
    Cody Allen blew his fourth save of the season Friday against the Twins.

    Advice: Protecting a one-run lead, Allen struck out Trevor Plouffe to begin the bottom of the ninth before giving up a double to Kurt Suzuki and a single to Oswaldo Arcia. Aaron Hicks then hit a potential double-play grounder to shortstop Jose Ramirez, but the ball bounced off his glove and he was only able to get the force out at second base. The tying run scored on the play and the Twins went on to win the game in the 10th inning. Allen is now 22-for-26 in save opportunities this season while putting up a 2.13 ERA and 89/26 K/BB ratio over 67 2/3 innings. Rotoworld.com
    Friday, 9:41 pm
  • Padres have no update on status of Tyson Ross
    The Padres have yet to provide an update on the status of Tyson Ross (shoulder), but it sounds as though he could be shut down for the remainder of the season.

    Advice: The right-hander has had a tremendous season, registering a 2.81 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 195/72 K/BB ratio, but he has already logged a career-high 195 1/3 innings. With nothing left to play for, the smart move on the Padres end would be to just call it a season and let Ross get fully rested and ready to go for 2015. Rotoworld.com
    Friday, 4:21 pm
  • Allen fans two in the 13th for his 22nd save
    Cody Allen struck out a pair of batters in a scoreless 13th inning, picking up his 22nd save in Thursday's win against the Astros.

    Advice: Though Allen allowed a one-out single to Robbie Grossman, he was never in any real danger. The right-hander is now 22-for-25 in save chances with a 2.03 ERA and an 87/26 K/BB ratio in 66 2/3 innings. Rotoworld.com
    Thursday, 9:49 pm
  • Allen called on for four-out save vs. Astros
    Cody Allen was asked to get four outs Tuesday, pitching 1 1/3 scoreless innings to earn the save against the Astros.

    Advice: With runners on first and second and two outs, Allen was called on to face Jason Castro. He got Castro to pop out, ending the threat, and he proceeded to toss a scoreless ninth to earn his 21st save. The 25-year-old has emerged as a legitimate closer this year, owning a 2.06 ERA, 1.07 WHIP and 85/26 K/BB ratio over 65 2/3 innings. Rotoworld.com
    Tuesday, 8:38 pm
  • Next 3-4 days 'critical' for Ross' status
    Padres manager Bud Black said Tuesday that the next 3-4 days are "critical" for the future status of Tyson Ross.

    Advice: Ross's next scheduled start has been pushed back indefinitely due to what has only been described as "general soreness." The Padres have not yet shut him down, as they want to see how he reacts to treatment. Ross has already easily set a career high with 195 1/3 innings, so don't be surprised if the Pads ultimately decide to shut him down. Rotoworld.com
    Tuesday, 4:27 pm
  • Roberto Hernandez pulled in fourth
    Roberto Hernandez surrendered two runs in 3 2/3 innings before being removed from Monday's start against the Rockies.

    Advice: The Dodgers decided to give Hernandez one more try as a starter, but he certainly didn't do much with it. Perhaps he'll trade spots with Kevin Correia now. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 9:37 pm
  • Chris Capuano goes six scoreless
    Chris Capuano kept the Rays scoreless for six innings in a no-decision Monday.

    Advice: This comes five days after he lasted one-third of an inning against the same team, giving up four runs. Ironically, the Yankees won that game and lost this one. They had won each of Capuano's last four starts, even though he gave up 13 runs over 17 innings in those games. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 8:01 pm
  • Tyson Ross' next start to be pushed back
    Tyson Ross' next scheduled start will be pushed back a few days because the right-hander is dealing with general soreness after his last outing.

    Advice: Ross was rocked for six runs -- four earned -- in three innings Saturday in an uncharacteristically poor showing. It doesn't appear to be something to be overly concerned about at the moment. Robbie Erlin will get the ball on Thursday versus the Phillies, with Ross hoping to start over the weekend or possibly early next week. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 4:30 pm
  • Petit surrenders four runs in loss to Dodgers
    Yusmeiro Petit surrendered four runs -- three earned -- over seven innings in a loss to the Dodgers Sunday.

    Advice: Petit wasn't on his game, giving up eight hits including a Matt Kemp two-run homer. He did strike out eight in the loss. Petit has switched between starting and relieving this year, but it's still impressive that the loss was his first since May. Petit will try to get back in the right side of the decision Saturday at the Padres. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 14, 6:24 pm
  • Keuchel limits Angels to one run over seven
    Dallas Keuchel limited the Angels to one run over seven innings in a win Sunday.

    Advice: Keuchel was nearly unhittable, giving up just three hits on the afternoon. Two of those came in the eighth inning, when a Gordon Beckham double and David Freese RBI single chased him from the game. Still, he was good enough for his 11th win, quite a feat on a 65-win Astros club. Keuchel has a 3.00 ERA heading into Friday's start against the Mariners. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 14, 5:47 pm
  • Indians to skip T.J. House's next turn
    The Indians will skip T.J. House's next turn in the rotation following last week's rainout.

    Advice: House holds a 0.86 ERA over his last three outings, but they can make this move in order to limit his innings a bit and also set him up to start against the Twins, who he has a 1.56 ERA in three starts against this season. "We wanted to stay right-handed against Houston," said manager Terry Francona. "Then when we get to Minnesota, we'll insert T.J. Rather than push guys back that don't need to be pushed back, we'll let him pitch against a team that maybe matches up better against him. It's all because of the double header." Rotoworld.com
    Sep 14, 7:29 am
  • Huston Street earns save in return
    Huston Street pitched a scoreless ninth for a save in his return to the mound Saturday against the Astros.

    Advice: Street was given a three-run lead in his first appearance in a week, and he gave up just a single on his to converting it. The closer had been sidelined with a hamstring injury. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 13, 10:19 pm
  • Tyson Ross allows six runs in loss to D'Backs
    Tyson Ross surrendered six runs -- four earned -- in three innings Saturday in a loss to Arizona.

    Advice: It was one of the ugliest outings of the season for Ross, who entered the start with a 2.66 ERA and watched it rise to 2.81. The 27-year-old right-hander might be hitting a wall here in mid-September. He's thrown 195 2/3 innings this season after totaling 136 2/3 innings between the minors and majors in 2013. Ross will get the Phillies at home next time out. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 13, 8:33 pm
  • Doubront throws six scoreless versus Pirates
    Felix Doubront fired six scoreless innings Saturday in the Cubs' 6-4 victory over the Pirates.

    Advice: Doubront struck out just one batter, but he held the Bucs to four hits and one walk over his six shutout frames. The 26-year-old left-hander has been sharp in all three of his starts since joining the Chicago rotation and suddenly looks like an intriguing fantasy option for the final two-plus weeks. Talent has never been an issue. De La Rosa faces the Orioles in Baltimore next. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 13, 8:03 pm
  • Rubby De La Rosa shelled for five earned
    Rubby De La Rosa was shelled for five earned runs in four innings Saturday in a loss to the Royals.

    Advice: Kansas City jumped on De La Rosa early, pouring in two runs in the bottom of the first inning and another three in the fourth. The 25-year-old right-hander is now 4-7 with a 4.31 ERA and 1.37 WHIP in 96 innings this season. He could be shut down next week. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 13, 7:01 pm
  • T.J. House goes seven scoreless in win
    T.J. House allowed four hits over seven innings as the Indians beat the Twins 2-0 in the second game of Thursday's doubleheader.

    Advice: The Indians swept the doubleheader, outscoring the Twins 10-2 on the day. House has gone seven innings in three straight outings after never doing so in his first 13 starts of the year, and he's lowered his ERA from 4.18 to 3.42 during the span. Mixed leaguers might want to give him a try when he faces the Astros next week. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 11, 3:11 pm
  • Street (hamstring) likely unavailable Thu.
    Huston Street (hamstring) will likely be unavailable Thursday.

    Advice: Street hasn't pitched since Saturday due to right hamstring tightness and the Angels can afford to play it safe with him with such a big lead in the AL West. It's not a long-term concern. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 11, 2:13 pm
  • Street (hamstring) expects to pitch on Friday
    Huston Street (hamstring) was not available Wednesday.

    Advice: Street said before the game that his right hamstring was fully healthy, but the first-place Angels decided to play it safe with their closer and keep him idle. Street expects to pitch Friday, when the Angels return home from Texas to begin a three-game series against the visiting Astros. He has a 1.71 ERA and 13 saves since joining Anaheim. Rotoworld.com
    Sep 10, 9:33 pm
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