Dan Runzler

#47RP,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 210
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: California Riverside
Birth Place: Santa Monica, California
Draft: 2007 9th round by the
  • Giants lineup: After 10-3 loss, Bochy makes no changes; Pitcher recalled
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    Giants lineup: After 10-3 loss, Bochy makes no changes; Pitcher recalled

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Pittsburgh Pirates kept clearing the fences, and the San Francisco Giants were left arguing plate umpire Chris Conroy's tough strike zone. Even Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle understood the beef. Andrew McCutchen hit a three-run homer and had four RBIs, Gerrit Cole won for the fifth time in six starts, and the Pirates beat San Francisco 10-3 on Monday night. "I think there was some frustration really all night," said Giants manager Bruce Bochy, who watched most of the game from his office after an ejection in the second. "I don't think he had a real good night, to be honest, as far as consistency, but that really had nothing to do with what happened tonight. We gave up three-run

  • Eight Best Players Reportedly Available Before 2017 MLB Trade Deadline
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    Eight Best Players Reportedly Available Before 2017 MLB Trade Deadline

    After play resumed following the All-Star break, the baseball world has shifted its attention to the Major League Baseball trade deadline. July 31 is an exciting day every year, as some of the game’s biggest stars find new homes as the regular season heads into the final stretch. The trade deadline offers teams a chance to solidify its position atop its respective division, sneak into a playoff berth or bolster its farm system for years to come. There are several quality players reportedly available for trade this year, but we believe these are the eight best. 8. Addison Reed, New York Mets Reed is one of the top relievers available on the market, but his talents are being wasted on the struggling

  • Fantasy baseball daily notes for July 26
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    Fantasy baseball daily notes for July 26

    Tim Heaney We've harped plenty in this space on the importance of planning your streaming pitcher strategy as the fantasy baseball season fades away, but it has just become even more vital with Clayton Kershaw (back) set to miss at least a month. On that note, our top two Wednesday rentals should also sit near the top of Kershaw owners' pickup lists. Pitching Pitchers to stream Patrick Corbin (L), 24.2 percent ownership in ESPN leagues, Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves: Despite getting Freddie Freeman back in their lineup, the Braves remain a worthy fantasy target. Corbin boasts a 3.04 ERA with 53 strikeouts and only 12 walks over his last eight starts. With his renewed slider and K/9,