Philadelphia Phillies Nick Maton put on a show yesterday, racking up 3 hits, 2 of which were home runs. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough as the Phils fell to the Toronto Blue Jays. Seattle Mariners’ Mitch Haniger put together a solid performance tying Maton on the OPS chart.
A bunch of pitchers finished their evenings with spotless ERAs. However, Milwaukee Brewers’ hurler Freddy Peralta took top honors in the GSc rankings. His 8 strikeouts tied him for the most along with the Cubs’ Kyle Hendricks.
Boston Red Sox slugger J.D. Martinez maintained his Monday hitting supremacy with a 1.726 OPS. He’s somehow managed to improve on his blistering start, raising his batting average to .385 during his last 7 games. Unfortunately, neither Martinez nor Cedric Mullins are playing tonight. That makes Cincinnati Reds’ Jesse Winker the go-to player. Bookies have the outfielder favored to get at least 1 hit tonight at -215.