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    Los Angeles Angels (36-29) @ Atlanta Braves (34-31) 6/13-6/15




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    Los Angeles Angels @ Atlanta Braves





    Friday, 6/13 7:35 PM

    C.J. Wilson, LHP (7-5, 3.32 ERA/3.66 FIP/3.58 xFIP)vs Aaron Harang, RHP (4-5, 3.33 ERA/2.93 FIP/3.71 xFIP)



    Wilson will make his first career start against the Braves on Friday at Turner Field, looking to build upon a 7 1/3-inning performance on Sunday against the White Sox. Wilson won his first Interleague start this year with seven innings vs. the Mets.


    While many continue to expect his magic to expire, Harang has allowed two earned runs or fewer in 10 of 13 starts. But he'll now be challenged by the Angels, who recorded 35 hits and 20 runs in 17 1/3 innings against him last year.

    Saturday, 6/14 7:15 PM FOX

    Garrett Richards, RHP (6-2, 3.09 ERA/2.65 FIP/3.40 xFIP)vs Gavin Floyd, RHP (1-2, 2.57 ERA/3.65 FIP/3.53 xFIP)



    Richards is on a roll in his last two starts, tossing 15 innings, allowing one run while striking out 13 and walking none. He lowered his ERA from 3.65 to 3.09, a mark in the top 10 of the league.


    Floyd bounced back from his roughest start of the season by allowing just three hits in 6 2/3 innings at Coors Field on Monday night. He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in five of his seven starts.

    Sunday, 6/15 8:00 PM ESPN

    Hector Santiago, LHP (0-6, 4.43 ERA/4.68 FIP/4.71 xFIP)vs Mike Minor, LHP (2-4, 4.31 ERA/4.19 FIP/3.65 xFIP)



    Santiago earned a no decision Tuesday in his first start since being recalled. He threw six shutout innings and striking out eight A's, lowering his ERA from 4.82 to 4.15 in the process. He will start on four days rest for the first time in a month.


    Minor will be looking to rebound after matching a career-high eight runs in just four innings on Tuesday at Coors Field. The Rocky Mountain air seemed to affect his curveball, which has been a key pitch for him this year.



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    Pretty fair pitching matchups. Nice confidence booster for us if we get this one.

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    BJ still batting second....why just why

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    What happened to Jason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB75 View Post
    What happened to Jason?
    He got hit by a pitch in the hand on the first inning, he actually continue playing until his next at bat.

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    BJ Upton, all I can do is shrug my shoulders. Having problems in CF now.

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    David O'Brien @ajcbraves 47m
    #Braves lineup:
    Heyward rf,
    BUpton cf,
    Freeman 1b,
    JUpton lf,
    Gattis c,
    Johnson 3b,
    La Stella 2b,
    Simmons ss,
    Floyd p
    ajc

    Thought Fredi would give J-hey at least a day off with that hit by pitch on his hand...but looks like J-hey is already good to go.

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    Varvaro walks in another run.
    Last edited by NBA_Starter; 06-14-2014 at 10:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA_Starter View Post
    Varvaro walks in another runl
    what about BJ ERR ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brave/cuban View Post
    what about BJ ERR ?
    Bobby Cox would bench him but FREDO just starred at him.

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    Good thing none of you guys were managers. Good work, BJ. He's looked better to me lately, in spite of defensive lapses.

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    Unbelievable, I know Frieri is wild and you always feel like you are in the game but that was impressive, props to B. J. for making up for the error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA_Starter View Post
    Unbelievable, I know Frieri is wild and you always feel like you are in the game but that was impressive, props to B. J. for making up for the error.
    yes but with no err we win the game already, men in 2 no outs and FREDO DON'T BUNT THE BALL TO PUT THE WINING RUN IN 3, I DON'T CARE WHO THE **** IS BATTING. BAD MOVE FROM FREDO THERE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brave/cuban View Post
    yes but with no err we win the game already, men in 2 no outs and FREDO DON'T BUNT THE BALL TO PUT THE WINING RUN IN 3, I DON'T CARE WHO THE **** IS BATTING. BAD MOVE FROM FREDO THERE.
    When we hired him they said he was a small ball manager but he never bunts the runner over late in the games, I don't know what is up with FREDO.

    Now a Pujols double.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nba_starter View Post
    when we hired him they said he was a small ball manager but he never bunts the runner over late in the games, i don't know what is up with fredo.

    Now a pujols double.
    all the men they let on base ,now is to late kimbrel lose the game, he is not the same, we not gonna come back 2 times.

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