Héctor Ambríz

#40RP,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 235
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born:
College: UCLA
Birth Place: Orange, California
Draft: 2006 5th round by the
  • Dodgers have ‘strong interest’ in Yu Darvish
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    Dodgers have ‘strong interest’ in Yu Darvish

    The Dodgers lost Clayton Kershaw yesterday. For how long we do not know, but he has missed a lot of time in the past with previous back injuries so it’d be somewhat optimistic to assume that he’s going to hit the disabled list for ten days, come back and be the Clayton Kershaw of six days ago without any muss or fuss. L.A. has also lost Brandon McCarthy to the DL, so while their division lead is comfortable at the moment, there could be some rough waters ahead. In light of that, this rumor — which emerged before Kershaw left yesterday’s game against the Braves — may be one to watch in the next couple of days: As we noted last week, the Rangers are looking at the possibility of moving Darvish,

  • DeGrom wins 8th straight start, Mets hold off Padres 5-3
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    DeGrom wins 8th straight start, Mets hold off Padres 5-3

    Jacob deGrom won his eighth straight start and the New York Mets held on when pinch-hitter Jabari Blash's bid for a game-winning home run was barely foul, beating the San Diego Padres 5-3 Monday. DeGrom (12-3) gave up two runs in eight innings, striking out eight. The last Mets pitcher to win eight straight starts was Bobby Jones in 1997. Hunter Renfroe homered twice for San Diego, including a leadoff shot in the ninth inning. The Padres then put two runners on base with one out, and Blash sent a long drive that whispered past the foul pole and landed in the right-field seats — it was called foul, a ruling upheld on video replay. Addison Reed, who played at San Diego State, then struck out Blash

  • Fantasy baseball daily notes for July 25
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    Fantasy baseball daily notes for July 25

    Paul Sporer Tuesday's slate offers one of the best home streamers on the season plus two young flamethrowers. The Dodgers get a lot of attention offensively as they look to pick on a fan favorite. Pitching Pitchers to stream Jhoulys Chacin (R), 23 percent ownership in ESPN leagues, San Diego Padres vs. New York Mets: You might not have noticed, but Chacin has been a beast at home this year. He's got a 1.94 ERA, .188 AVG, and 5-2 record at Petco this year. He has gone six innings or more in eight of his last nine starts. He's also toting a 53% groundball rate this year and if he's able to impose that upon the Mets, it will suit him well as they thrive on the flyball (and subsequently the home