FTSL 2015: Series 1

FTL Simulation League: Series 1 (April 5-7, 2015)


Week 1 – Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Transactions are performed every Monday to mimic the transactions in the FTL fantasy baseball league.  If a player signed by a team is on another team’s minor league roster, a trade will be made, with a nominal fee ($50,000) in cash going the other way.

Dearborn Mustangs:
• Demoted RP Tony Cingrani to Triple A Pittsburgh.
• Purchased the contract of RP A.J. Burnett from Triple A Pittsburgh.

Gastonia Gazelles:
• Demoted RP Charlie Morton to Triple A Boise.
• Placed SP Brett Anderson on the active roster.

Las Vegas Flashers:
• Traded 32-year-old minor league left fielder Michael Bourn to the Bourbon Street Bluesmen, getting $50,000 in cash in return.

Long Island Bluebirds:
• Traded 27-year-old minor league reliever Brett Anderson to the Gastonia Gazelles, getting $50,000 in cash in return.

Omaha Oracles:
• Traded 33-year-old left fielder Josh Hamilton to the Saint Paul Saints, getting $50,000 in cash in return.

Quebec Poutines:
• Traded 30-year-old minor league reliever Edward Mujica to the Saint Paul Saints, getting $50,000 in cash in return.

Saint Paul Saints:
• Traded 23-year-old starting pitcher Andrew Heaney to the Cleveland Wahoos, getting 27-year-old right fielder Travis Snider in return.
• Placed LF Josh Hamilton on the 40-man roster and placed LF Josh Hamilton on the 15-day disabled list.
• Purchased the contract of C Josmil Pinto and 2B Emilio Bonifacio from Triple A Wayzata as non-fantasy roster exceptions.
• Demoted RP Ken Giles and CF Michael A. Taylor to Triple A Wayzata.
• Purchased the contracts of RF Travis Snider, RP Edward Mujica, and RP Paul Maholm from Triple A Wayzata.

San Diego Stats:
• Traded 26-year-old minor league left fielder Juan Lagares to the Dearborn Mustangs, getting $50,000 in cash in return.

Opening Day Firsts

  • First hitter: CF Billy Hamilton STP (against SP Cole Hamels QUE)
  • First hit: CF A.J. Pollock QUE (double in bottom of 1st, 4/5/15 vs STP)
  • First run: CF A.J. Pollock QUE (bottom of 1st, 4/5/15 vs STP)
  • First home run: 1B Ryan Zimmerman QUE (3rd inning of SP Chris Sale STP with 1 on)
  • First game result: STP 7, QUE 6

Monthly Organizational Rankings

Top Farm Systems

(Entering 2015 FTSL season)

# Team Points Top 5 Prospects
1st Saint Paul Saints 230 P J. Fernandez (5th) , 3B M. Sano (6th) , LF C. Yelich (33rd) , P T. Glasnow (34th) , 2B R. Odor (36th)
2nd Gastonia Gazelles 214 3B M. Machado (2nd) , P G. Cole (14th) , P T. Walker (24th) , P A. Wood (27th) , 3B B. Lawrie (28th)
3rd Long Island Bluebirds 183 CF B. Buxton (3rd) , CF M. Trout (9th) , RF J. Bradley Jr. (20th) , 2B J. Altuve (42nd) , LF B. Harper (43rd)
4th Cleveland Wahoos 160 P M. Wacha (16th) , CF Y. Puig (17th) , 2B K. Wong (19th) , 3B J. Gallo (22nd) , P D. Bundy (25th)
5th San Diego Stats 136 P M. Bumgarner (13th) , 2B A. Rendon (18th) , P N. Syndergaard (23rd) , P S. Miller (31st) , P S. Matz (50th)
6th Omaha Oracles 135 RF G. Stanton (12th) , P M. Moore (15th) , P A. Sanchez (21st) , P M. Stroman (29th) , P A. Nola (38th)
7th Las Vegas Flashers 131 3B K. Bryant (1st) , P J. Taillon (26th) , P A. Blair (35th) , P K. Hendricks (53rd) , RF G. Springer (75th)
8th Dearborn Mustangs 128 3B N. Castellanos (7th) , P J. Urias (11th) , CF M. Betts (45th) , P T. Skaggs (60th) , SS A. Russell (61st)
9th Quebec Poutines 125 RF O. Arcia (4th) , SS X. Bogaerts (32nd) , P L. Giolito (40th) , P T. Matzek (46th) , P E. Butler (54th)
10th Bourbon Street Bluesmen 120 2B J. Baez (8th) , P H. Owens (37th) , P A. Meyer (47th) , P J. Cosart (48th) , P J. Teheran (59th)
11th Lawrence Welk 70 P S. Gray (10th) , SS A. Simmons (39th) , 3B G. Cecchini (74th) , C B. Swihart (90th)
12th San Francisco Sour Dohs 48 3B Y. Moncada (30th) , P M. Perez (52nd) , P D. Salazar (65th) , P W. Peralta (83rd) , C S. Perez (98th)

Positional Strength, by Position

(Entering 2015 FTSL season)

Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Gastonia Gazelles Buster Posey 1st Tied for 5th 5th
Lawrence Welk Yadier Molina 2nd Blake Swihart 1st 1st
San Diego Stats Yan Gomes 3rd Tied for 5th 6th
Long Island Bluebirds Russell Martin 4th Tied for 5th 7th
Quebec Poutines Travis d’Arnaud 5th Tied for 5th 8th
Dearborn Mustangs Brian McCann 6th Tied for 5th 9th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Evan Gattis 7th Tied for 5th 10th
Omaha Oracles Wilin Rosario 8th Tied for 5th 11th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Salvador Perez 9th Salvador Perez 2nd 2nd
Saint Paul Saints Devin Mesoraco 10th Tied for 5th 12th
Las Vegas Flashers Miguel Montero 11th Kevin Plawecki 4th 3rd
Cleveland Wahoos Mike Zunino 12th Mike Zunino 3rd 4th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Long Island Bluebirds Miguel Cabrera 1st Tied for 5th 5th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Joey Votto 2nd Tied for 5th 6th
Omaha Oracles Paul Goldschmidt 3rd Tied for 5th 7th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Jose Abreu 4th Tied for 5th 8th
Lawrence Welk Edwin Encarnacion 5th Tied for 5th 9th
Dearborn Mustangs Carlos Santana 6th Tied for 5th 10th
Las Vegas Flashers Freddie Freeman 7th Freddie Freeman 1st 1st
San Diego Stats Albert Pujols 8th Danny Santana 4th 4th
Saint Paul Saints Prince Fielder 9th C.J. Cron 2nd 2nd
Cleveland Wahoos Anthony Rizzo 10th Anthony Rizzo 3rd 3rd
Quebec Poutines Adrian Gonzalez 11th Tied for 5th 11th
Gastonia Gazelles Brandon Moss 12th Tied for 5th 12th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Dearborn Mustangs Robinson Cano 1st Devon Travis 6th 6th
San Diego Stats Anthony Rendon 2nd Anthony Rendon 4th 3rd
Long Island Bluebirds Jose Altuve 3rd Jose Altuve 2nd 1st
Gastonia Gazelles Dustin Pedroia 4th Scooter Gennett 7th 7th
Cleveland Wahoos Neil Walker 5th Kolten Wong 5th 5th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Ian Kinsler 6th Tied for 9th 9th
Omaha Oracles Howie Kendrick 7th Tied for 9th 10th
Lawrence Welk Jason Kipnis 8th Tied for 9th 11th
Las Vegas Flashers Brian Dozier 9th Tied for 9th 12th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Marcus Semien 10th Javier Baez 1st 2nd
Quebec Poutines Daniel Murphy 11th Brad Miller 8th 8th
Saint Paul Saints Emilio Bonifacio 12th Rougned Odor 3rd 4th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Lawrence Welk Adrian Beltre 1st Garin Cecchini 7th 6th
Las Vegas Flashers Jung-Ho Kang 2nd Kris Bryant 4th 4th
Dearborn Mustangs Evan Longoria 3rd Nick Castellanos 3rd 2nd
Omaha Oracles Josh Donaldson 4th Tied for 9th 9th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Matt Carpenter 5th Cody Asche 8th 8th
San Diego Stats David Wright 6th Tied for 9th 10th
Gastonia Gazelles Manny Machado 7th Manny Machado 1st 1st
Long Island Bluebirds Pablo Sandoval Tied for 8th Tied for 9th 11th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Aramis Ramirez Tied for 8th Yoan Moncada 6th 7th
Saint Paul Saints Kyle Seager 10th Miguel Sano 5th 5th
Cleveland Wahoos Nolan Arenado 11th Joey Gallo 2nd 3rd
Quebec Poutines Todd Frazier 12th Tied for 9th 12th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Las Vegas Flashers Troy Tulowitzki 1st Adeiny Hechavarria 8th 6th
Long Island Bluebirds Ben Zobrist 2nd Francisco Lindor 2nd 1st
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Jose Reyes 3rd Tied for 10th 10th
Gastonia Gazelles Ian Desmond 4th Tied for 10th 11th
Lawrence Welk Andrelton Simmons 5th Andrelton Simmons 3rd 2nd
Omaha Oracles Jhonny Peralta 6th J.P. Crawford 6th 7th
San Diego Stats Erick Aybar 7th Jose Ramirez 7th 8th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Jed Lowrie 8th Tied for 10th 12th
Quebec Poutines Xander Bogaerts 9th Xander Bogaerts 4th 4th
Cleveland Wahoos J.J. Hardy 10th Chris Owings 9th 9th
Saint Paul Saints Jean Segura 11th Carlos Correa 5th 5th
Dearborn Mustangs Elvis Andrus 12th Addison Russell 1st 3rd
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Gastonia Gazelles Ryan Braun 1st Tied for 5th 5th
Quebec Poutines Matt Holliday 2nd Tied for 5th 6th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Carlos Gonzalez 3rd Jon Singleton 4th 4th
Long Island Bluebirds Bryce Harper 4th Bryce Harper 3rd 3rd
Dearborn Mustangs Justin Upton 5th Tied for 5th 7th
Lawrence Welk Michael Brantley 6th Tied for 5th 8th
Omaha Oracles Nelson Cruz 7th Tied for 5th 9th
San Diego Stats Desmond Jennings 8th Tied for 5th 10th
Cleveland Wahoos Steve Pearce 9th Ryan Rua 2nd 2nd
Las Vegas Flashers Melky Cabrera 10th Tied for 5th 11th
Saint Paul Saints Steven Souza 11th Christian Yelich 1st 1st
Bourbon Street Bluesmen 12th Tied for 5th 12th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Long Island Bluebirds Mike Trout 1st Byron Buxton 1st 1st
San Diego Stats Andrew McCutchen 2nd Dalton Pompey 7th 6th
Cleveland Wahoos Yasiel Puig 3rd Yasiel Puig 2nd 2nd
Saint Paul Saints Jacoby Ellsbury 4th Michael A. Taylor 4th 3rd
Lawrence Welk Adam Jones 5th Tied for 10th 10th
Gastonia Gazelles Joc Pederson 6th Wil Myers 3rd 4th
Quebec Poutines A.J. Pollock 7th Tied for 10th 11th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Lorenzo Cain 8th Tied for 10th 12th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Corey Dickerson 9th Corey Dickerson 5th 5th
Las Vegas Flashers Adam Eaton 10th Kevin Kiermaier 9th 8th
Dearborn Mustangs Denard Span 11th Mookie Betts 6th 7th
Omaha Oracles Marlon Byrd 12th Junior Lake 8th 9th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Omaha Oracles Giancarlo Stanton 1st Giancarlo Stanton 3rd 3rd
Cleveland Wahoos Jose Bautista 2nd Gregory Polanco 7th 4th
San Diego Stats Carlos Gomez 3rd Tied for 11th 11th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Matt Kemp 4th Yasmany Tomas 2nd 2nd
San Francisco Sour Dohs Jason Heyward 5th Jason Heyward 6th 7th
Las Vegas Flashers George Springer 6th George Springer 5th 6th
Long Island Bluebirds Michael Cuddyer 7th Jackie Bradley Jr. 4th 5th
Gastonia Gazelles Shin-Soo Choo 8th Zoilo Almonte 8th 8th
Saint Paul Saints Kole Calhoun 9th Domingo Santana 9th 9th
Lawrence Welk Yoenis Cespedes 10th Tied for 11th 12th
Dearborn Mustangs Jay Bruce 11th Avisail Garcia 10th 10th
Quebec Poutines Oswaldo Arcia 12th Oswaldo Arcia 1st 1st
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Cleveland Wahoos Clayton Kershaw 1st Michael Wacha 6th 6th
Dearborn Mustangs Max Scherzer 2nd Tyler Skaggs 7th 7th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Masahiro Tanaka 3rd Henry Owens 5th 4th
Lawrence Welk Jon Lester 4th Sonny Gray 12th 12th
San Diego Stats Matt Harvey 5th Madison Bumgarner 3rd 2nd
Omaha Oracles Adam Wainwright 6th Matt Moore 4th 5th
Saint Paul Saints Chris Sale 7th Jose Fernandez 1st 1st
Long Island Bluebirds Stephen Strasburg 8th Allen Webster 11th 11th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Jordan Zimmermann 9th Danny Salazar 10th 10th
Las Vegas Flashers Zack Greinke 10th Aaron Blair 8th 8th
Quebec Poutines Cole Hamels 11th Tyler Matzek 9th 9th
Gastonia Gazelles Alex Wood 12th Gerrit Cole 2nd 3rd
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Cleveland Wahoos Dellin Betances 1st Will Smith 9th 3rd
Las Vegas Flashers Dallas Keuchel 2nd Henderson Alvarez 7th 2nd
Gastonia Gazelles Joe Nathan 3rd Nick Kingham 5th 5th
Long Island Bluebirds Fernando Rodney 4th Mark Appel 6th 6th
Saint Paul Saints Edward Mujica 5th Carlos Martinez 3rd 4th
Omaha Oracles Jonathan Papelbon 6th Aaron Sanchez 4th 7th
Lawrence Welk Joaquin Benoit 7th Tied for 11th 10th
Quebec Poutines Jenrry Mejia 8th Jenrry Mejia 8th 9th
Dearborn Mustangs Luke Gregerson 9th Drew Hutchison 1st 1st
San Diego Stats Wade Davis 10th Jeurys Familia 10th 11th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Drew Storen 11th Tied for 11th 12th
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Santiago Casilla 12th Julio Teheran 2nd 8th
Team Top player Team ranking Top prospect Organizational ranking Overall ranking
Las Vegas Flashers Craig Kimbrel 1st Henderson Alvarez 6th 5th
San Diego Stats Aroldis Chapman 2nd Jeurys Familia 10th 7th
San Francisco Sour Dohs Greg Holland 3rd Tied for 11th 11th
Omaha Oracles David Robertson 4th Aaron Sanchez 3rd 3rd
Long Island Bluebirds Koji Uehara 5th Mark Appel 5th 6th
Lawrence Welk Steve Cishek 6th Tied for 11th 12th
Quebec Poutines Mark Melancon 7th Jenrry Mejia 9th 9th
Dearborn Mustangs Trevor Rosenthal 8th Trevor Rosenthal 7th 8th
Cleveland Wahoos Cody Allen 9th Dylan Bundy 4th 4th
Gastonia Gazelles Addison Reed 10th Bruce Rondon 8th 10th
Saint Paul Saints Joakim Soria 11th Jesse Hahn 1st 1st
Bourbon Street Bluesmen Brett Cecil 12th Julio Teheran 2nd 2nd

Series Schedule, Scores, Summaries, and Stars: Series 1 (4/5-4/7)




TEAM Opp 4/5 4/6 4/7 W L RF RA
CLE vs LV W, 3-2 W, 6-3 (15) L, 4-5 2 1 13 10
DEA at OMA W, 3-2 L, 3-5 W, 13-9 2 1 19 16
GST at LWR L, 2-5 L, 2-13 L, 2-3 (13) 0 3 6 21
LV at CLE L, 2-3 L, 3-6 (15) W, 5-4 1 2 10 13
LWR vs GST W, 5-2 W, 13-2 W, 3-2 (13) 3 0 21 6
LI vs SD L, 2-10 L, 3-5 W, 5-3 1 2 10 18
NO at SF W, 4-2 (18) L, 8-9 L, 6-7 1 2 18 18
OMA vs DEA L, 2-3 W, 5-3 L, 9-13 1 2 16 19
QUE vs STP L, 6-7 L, 6-7 L, 2-3 (11) 0 3 14 17
STP at QUE W, 7-6 W, 7-6 W, 3-2 (11) 3 0 17 14
SD at LI W, 10-2 W, 5-3 L, 3-5 2 1 18 10
SF vs NO L, 2-4 (18) W, 9-8 W, 7-6 2 1 18 18


Saint Paul at Quebec

  • 4/5: STP 7, QUE 6 (W: Martinez (1-0), L: Melancon (0-1), S: Soria (1))
    • Quebec’s bullpen could not hold a 6-3 lead in the late innings. After a 2-run 7th, a sacrifice fly by pinch-hitter Josmil Pinto and Billy Hamilton RBI single brought the Saints back.
  • 4/6: STP 7, QUE 6 (W: Pomeranz (1-0), L: Melancon (0-2), S: Soria (2))
    • For the second straight night, Saint Paul came back against Quebec in the late innings from a 6-3 deficit. This time, it was Jacoby Ellsbury with an RBI single and solo homer to get the Saints close, and 9th-inning doubles by Kole Calhoun and Kyle Seager that keyed the comeback.
  • 4/7: STP 3, QUE 2 (11) (W: Mujica (1-0), L: Odorizzi (0-1), S: Pomeranz (1))
    • Saint Paul was down, 2-0, after six innings, but came back again for the sweep over Quebec. The Saints tied the game in the 7th on a Chase Headley sacrifice fly and Billy Hamilton single off Quebec starter Carlos Carrasco, before winning the game on a Jacoby Ellsbury RBI single.

Las Vegas at Cleveland

  • 4/5: CLE 3, LV 2 (W: Kershaw (1-0), L: Keuchel (0-1), S: Allen (1))
    • Jose Bautista homered off reliever Dallas Keuchel in the bottom of the 8th to give the Wahoos the winning margin. Clayton Kershaw left a tie game after allowing two runs on four hits in eight innings.
  • 4/6: CLE 6, LV 3 (15) (W: Clippard (1-0), L: Neshek (0-1))
    • A 2-2 game heading into the 15th suddenly became a home run derby, with Kris Bryant going deep to get the Flashers a short-lived lead and Anthony Rizzo hitting a walk-off three-run shot in a 4-run 15th
  • 4/7: LV 5, CLE 4 (W: Keuchel (1-1), L: Betances (0-1), S: Kimbrel (1))
    • Las Vegas got their first win of the year after coming back from a 4-0 deficit, thanks to an Eric Hosmer grand slam in the 7th inning and a run in the 8th manufactured on three pitches. Eaton was hit by Cleveland reliever Dellin Betances’s first pitch leading off the 8th, stole second on the next pitch, came around to score on Cabrera’s single.

Gastonia at Lawrence

  • 4/5: LWR 5, GST 2 (W: Lester (1-0), L: Wood (0-1), S: Cishek (1))
    • The 5th inning started with Lawrence up 1-0 and ended up with Lawrence winning, 3-2, after Gastonia’s Starling Marte and Lawrence’s Hanley Ramirez hitting two-run shots. A Michael Brantley single and Adam Jones sacrifice fly gave Lawrence some insurance in the 8th.
  • 4/6: LWR 13, GST 2 (W: Latos (1-0), L: Cole (0-1), S: Buehrle (1))
    • The Welk won in a laugher by piling on runs in the middle innings and the solid pitching of Mat Latos and Mark Buehrle. Lead-off hitter Jason Kipnis drove in five runs, while Adrian Beltre went 4-for-5 and scored four runs.  Latos went six innings and allowed two runs on six hits and Buehrle held Gastonia hitless in three innings of relief work.
  • 4/7: LWR 3, GST 2 (13) (W: Gonzalez (1-0), L: Nathan (0-1))
    • Lawrence SS Andrelton Simmons hit a walk-off homer to lead off the home half of the 13th to secure a sweep for Lawrence over Gastonia. Reliever Joe Nathan was entering his third inning of work when Simmonds took him deep.  Gastonia starter Drew Smyly pitched very well, going eight innings and permitting two runs on six hits.

San Diego at Long Island

  • 4/5: SD 10, LI 2 (W: Harvey (1-0), L: Strasburg (0-1))
    • Matt Harvey went 7 innings, allowing two runs on seven hits, striking out four. Six Stat hitters had multiple hits, led by leadoff hitter Carlos Gomez, who had three hits and drove in four, but Stat hitters also combined for 14 strikeouts.
  • 4/6: SD 5, LI 3 (W: Bumgarner (1-0), L: Price (0-1), S: Chapman (1))
    • Albert Pujols hit a grand slam in the third for most of the Stat offense and Madison Bumgarner did the rest, permitting five hits and two runs (1 ER) in six innings, striking out nine.
  • 4/7: LI 5, SD 3 (W: Santana (1-0), L: Cashner (0-1), S: Uehara (1))
    • Long Island avoided the sweep by breaking a 2-2 tie in the 6th inning on a bases loaded, 3-run double by Jose Altuve. Altuve drove home Bryce Harper, Michael Cuddyer, and Ben Zobrist, who all got on base with singles.  Jason Hammel gave up the Altuve double, but San Diego starter Andrew Cashner was charged with all three runs and suffered the loss.

Dearborn at Omaha

  • 4/5: DEA 3, OMA 2 (W: Scherzer (1-0), L: Wainwright (0-1), S: Rosenthal (1))
    • All of the game’s runs were scored in the fifth inning. Three straight hits scored the three runs for Dearborn, as Elvis Andrus and Mookie Betts drilled doubles before Victor Martinez drove home the eventual game-winner with a single. Omaha battled back in the home half of the 5th for two runs, but the Dearborn bullpen pitched three scoreless frames to hold the lead.
  • 4/6: OMA 5, DEA 3 (W: Cueto (1-0), L: Hutchison (0-1), S: Robertson (1))
    • Marlon Byrd broke a 3-3 tie in the 7th inning with an RBI single to plate Wilin Rosario, then came around to score on a fielder’s choice to give Omaha the two-run victory. Dearborn got two runners on in the 8th and 9th, but could not get any closer.
  • 4/7: DEA 13, OMA 9 (W: Feliz (1-0), L: Nelson (0-1))
    • Ten pitchers appeared in this game and only two of them managed to escape without allowing a run. Dearborn starter Doug Fister allowed six runs in five innings, while Omaha’s Gio Gonzalez was pulled in the fourth after giving up five runs.  Omaha came back on Dearborn with a 5-run 6th to tie the game at eight, but Dearborn took the game over the late innings, scoring in each of the last three innings.

Bourbon Street at San Francisco

  • 4/5: NO 4, SF 2 (18) (W: Miley (1-0), L: Wilson (0-1))
    • Bourbon Street’s Jose Abreu and San Francisco’s Aramis Ramirez traded 8th-inning, two-run homers for the only scoring during regulation. In the 18th, it was a war of attrition, as C.J. Wilson wild pitch scored Corey Dickerson for the deciding run, and the next batter, Marcell Ozuna, successfully executed a suicide squeeze bunt for some insurance.
  • 4/6: SF 9, NO 8 (W: Storen (1-0), L: Miley (1-1), S: Holland (1))
    • San Francisco had a lead, lost it, then came back in a topsy-turvy game. The Sour Dohs had a 6-2 lead, but Bourbon Street scored six runs in the 7th, keyed by an Evan Gattis three-run double.  San Francisco tied the game in the 8th on Jason Heyward’s two-out two-run double and scored on Alex Gordon’s go-ahead single.
  • 4/7: SF 7, NO 6 (W: Verlander (1-0), L: Pineda (0-1), S: Peralta (1))
    • Bourbon Street managed to get close to San Francisco, but could not get the tying run across and lost by a single run. San Francisco was down 7-3, but plated three runs in the 7th off Justin Verlander.  Matt Kemp tried to score the tying run for Bourbon Street on an Evan Gattis double, but was thrown out at the plate.  The Bluesmen left the bases loaded in the 8th and stranded Kemp at second base to end the game.


April 5th:

  • 2B Anthony Rendon SD: 3-for-4, HR, 2 RBI, 2B, 2 R, BB
  • SP Clayton Kershaw CLE: 8 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W
  • CF Carlos Gomez SD: 3-for-5, HR, 4 RBI, 2B, R
  • SP Jordan Zimmermann SF: 8 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, ND

April 6th:

  • 3B Adrian Beltre LWR: 4-for-5, HR, RBI, 2B, 4 R
  • RF Kole Calhoun STP: 3-for-5, HR, 3 RBI, 2 2B, 2 R
  • CF Adam Jones LWR: 3-for-4, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
  • C Evan Gattis NO: 2-for-5, HR, 4 RBI, 2B, 2 R

April 7th:

  • RF Jay Bruce DEA: 4-for-4, 3 RBI, 2 2B, 3 R, 2 BB
  • LF Justin Upton DEA: 4-for-5, RBI, 2B, 3 R, BB
  • 2B Jose Altuve LI: 4-for-5, 3 RBI, 2 2B, 3B, R
  • SP Michael Wacha CLE: 7 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 8 K, ND


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