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    Drew Pomeranz logged five hitless innings Wednesday in his Cactus League start against Cleveland.

    Pomeranz walked four and struck out one. He also had a successful night at the plate, recording an RBI single and a walk over two plate appearances. The veteran left-hander tanked with the Red Sox last season, losing his rotation spot in the process. He’s been on point this spring with a 3.21 ERA in Cactus League play, though when it comes to trust-worthy fantasy arms, he’s pretty far down the list.
    Mar 21 - 12:06 AM

    Adam Plutko was shelled for 10 hits and nine runs over 3 2/3 dreadful innings Wednesday against the Giants.

    He delivered three strikeouts while issuing one walk. Plutko took it on the chin Wednesday, allowing three runs in the second, one in the third and five in the fourth before getting the hook. The Giants tagged him for seven extra-base hits including a solo shot by Brandon Belt to lead off the second inning. Plutko saw his spring ERA skyrocket from 4.66 to 9.45 as a result of Wednesday’s debacle. He’ll assuredly begin his 2019 campaign at Triple-A Columbus.
    Mar 21 - 12:05 AM

    Dustin May gave up three hits and one run over three innings of solid work Wednesday against the Cubs.

    The 6’6" right-hander outpitched former World Series MVP Cole Hamels on this night, notching three strikeouts over the course of his outing while allowing just one walk. May’s only slip-up came in the second when he surrendered three singles including an RBI base hit by Hamels with two outs in the inning. The 21-year-old has been a rock-star this spring, yielding just one run over nine impressive frames. May is No. 69 overall and third in the Dodgers’ system according to MLB.com’s latest prospect rankings.
    Mar 21 - 12:03 AM

    Cole Hamels scattered seven hits and four runs over six innings Wednesday against the Dodgers.

    The four-time All-Star racked up five Ks while also issuing two free passes. Hamels served up a solo bomb to A.J. Pollock in the game’s first at-bat and was victimized again in the third, this time by Corey Seager, who sent his one-out offering to Souvenir City. The 35-year-old took his licks Wednesday, though he offset his poor showing at least somewhat by contributing an RBI single off Dodgers hurler Dustin May. Heading into the final year of his contract, Hamels carries a sluggish 5.40 ERA across four Cactus League starts.
    Mar 21 - 12:01 AM

    Tyler Anderson surrendered four hits and five runs over six innings Wednesday against the Royals.

    The lefty tallied seven strikeouts against one walk. Anderson labored through a difficult fourth inning, yielding four runs in the frame. Three of them came on a mammoth home run by Hunter Dozier, who socked Anderson’s offering 452 feet. The 29-year-old has been anything but sharp this spring, slumping to a ghastly 7.71 ERA over four Cactus League appearances (two starts). Even in deeper fantasy leagues, Anderson probably isn’t worth the trouble.
    Mar 21 - 12:00 AM
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