Brian Falkenborg

#39RP,
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 237
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Newport Beach, California
Draft: 1996 2nd round by the
  • Giants lineup: Gomez gets the start at second in series finale vs Padres
    NBCS Bay Area

    Giants lineup: Gomez gets the start at second in series finale vs Padres

    In his first at-bat with the Giants organization in nearly three years, Pablo Sandoval singled to left field against Rancho Cucamonga. Serving as the designated hitter, Sandoval batted right-handed against Rancho Cucamonga left-handed pitcher Caleb Ferguson. Sandoval's single followed singles by prospects Steven Duggar and Bryan Reynolds. First baseman Aramis Garcia followed with an RBI single, moving Sandoval to second base. But the next batter, Ryan Howard, hit a line drive to Quakes second baseman Drew Jackson, who stepped on second base to double off Sandoval. In second at-bat, Sandoval flied out to deep left field for the final out of the bottom of the second inning. With the bases loaded

  • Royals get starter Cahill, relievers Maurer, Buchter from SD
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    Royals get starter Cahill, relievers Maurer, Buchter from SD

    The contending Kansas City Royals have acquired three pitchers from the San Diego Padres, getting starter Trevor Cahill, closer Brandon Maurer and reliever Ryan Buchter. The Royals sent pitchers Matt Strahm and Travis Wood, minor league infielder Esteury Ruiz and cash to San Diego on Monday. The deal came one week before the nonwaiver trade deadline. Kansas City began the day tied with Tampa Bay for the second AL wild-card spot and 1 1/2 games behind AL Central-leading Cleveland. The Royals had been looking to bolster their rotation and bullpen, and did it with one swap. Cahill was 4-3 with a 3.69 ERA in 11 starts for the Padres. The 29-year-old right-hander was an All-Star with Oakland in 2010.

  • Daily fantasy baseball cheat sheet for Monday
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    Daily fantasy baseball cheat sheet for Monday

    Monday offers a generous mix of pitchers and hitters to consider, and the challenge will be finding the right blend to cash in your daily fantasy leagues. Here are some of the top values to consider: Pitchers Aces Jacob deGrom, New York Mets (DK: $13,400, FD: $11,000) at San Diego Padres: deGrom not only has an optimal matchup against a strikeout-prone Padres roster, but he should also benefit from pitching in the spacious confines of Petco Park. deGrom has allowed one earned run or less in six of his last seven starts and is the top pitching option of the night if you're willing to pay up for him.