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JML update, Games of May 18, 2017

Posted on: May 19th, 2017 by Ron Kaplan

Stats courtesy JewishBaseballNews.com

Amidst his batting woes, Joc Pederson was 1-for-3 with a walk, a strikeout, and two runs as the LA Dodgers (24-18) beat the visiting Miami Marlins, 7-2.

Ian Kinsler singled in four at-bats as the Detroit Tigers (20-19) beat the visiting Baltimore Orioles, 6-5. Richard Bleier did not appear for the Os.

Danny Valencia was 0-for-4 with a strikeout as the Seattle Mariners (20-22) beat the visiting Chicago White Sox, 5-4, on a walk-off single by Guillermo Heredia.

Kevin Pillar is serving a two-game suspension handed down by the Toronto Blue Jays (18-24) for yelling a homophobic slur at Atlanta Braves pitcher Jason Motte on Thursday in an 8-4 win. They beat the Braves yesterday, 9-0.

Ryan Braun remains on the disabled list and so did not appear in the Milwaukee Brewers’ 4-2 win over the host San Diego Padres. The Brewers(24-18) have gone 6-2 since Braun last played on May 10. From Rotoballer.com

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun said that he will meet with the media on Saturday to discuss his timeline for returning to the Brewers lineup. It was reported that he would be back in the Brewers lineup right after his 10-day stay on the disabled list ended, and this fact will be confirmed this weekend. Braun has been hampered by a calf injury and missed time with a forearm injury earlier this season. He has a .941 OPS and four stolen bases this season, clubbing seven home runs, but he has not played more than 140 games since 2012 and is an injury risk. Infielder Hernan Perez has been a beneficiary of his injury, posting an .874 OPS over the last 14 days, and Braun should be activated and put in lineups when he returns.Chris Zolli – RotoBaller

Craig Breslow did not appear on either end of a doubleheader between the host Minnesota Twins and the Colorado Rockies, necessitated by a rainout the day before. The teams split, with the Rockies winning the opener, 5-1, and the Twins (20-17), taking the nightcap, 2-0. Scott Feldman did not appear for the Cincinnati Reds (19-21) in their 9-5 loss to the host Chicago Cubs. Alex Bregman and the MLB-best Houston Astros had the day off.

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