Dose: Strasburg Down For the Count

Dose: Strasburg Down For the Count
Stephen Strasburg is back on the DL and the Nats need a starter. Will it be top prospect Lucas Giolito? Jesse Pantuosco discusses in Monday's Dose.
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The Mets have no plans to trade top SS prospect Amed Rosario.

The Mets could be open to making a trade this summer—Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy is one player they've had their eye on—but Rosario isn't going anywhere. The 20-year-old has impressed this year by hitting .317 with 42 RBI and 14 steals over 70 games for High-A St. Lucie and Double-A Binghamton. He's listed at No. 70 in MLB.com's prospect rankings.
Source: Newsday
Jun 27 - 12:28 PM

George A. King III of the New York Post believes Alex Rodriguez might only start against lefties going forward.

He got the day off Sunday against Twins right-hander Tyler Duffey with Carlos Beltran filling in at DH. A-Rod has been useless against right-handers this year (.200 AVG in 115 at-bats) but has hit a respectable .275 versus lefties. "He has struggled against some right-handers," manager Joe Girardi admitted. "We talked about giving Carlos some DH days in this long stretch and I would be more inclined to do it against right-handers than left-handers." Rodriguez was a pleasant surprise last season in his return from a yearlong PED suspension but he hasn't shown us much in 2016.
Jun 27 - 12:17 PM

Seung Hwan Oh warmed up in the eighth inning Sunday against the Mariners but wasn't needed after the Cardinals scored two runs in the ninth.

The implication is that Oh would have been manager Mike Matheny's first choice had their been a save situation. The Cardinals have gone to a closer by committee in the wake of Trevor Rosenthal's recent struggles. Oh has enjoyed a brilliant rookie campaign, contributing 14 holds and a stellar 1.66 ERA over 37 appearances. Jonathan Broxton and Kevin Siegrist could also get looks in the ninth inning but Oh needs to be owned in all formats.

Gregory Polanco (leg) is not in the Pirates' lineup Monday against the Dodgers.

Polanco hasn't been in the lineup the past three days while battling left leg discomfort, though he did strike out in a pinch-hitting appearance Sunday night. Utility man Sean Rodriguez is getting the nod in right field. He'll bat seventh against Dodgers lefty Scott Kazmir. Polanco remains day-to-day.
Jun 27 - 11:46 AM

The Mariners are "leaning toward" having Taijuan Walker (foot) start Thursday against the Orioles.

He was skipped last time through the rotation after being diagnosed with tendinitis in the arch of his right foot. Walker threw a bullpen session on Sunday and reported no issues. The right-hander holds a respectable 3.45 ERA in 14 starts this year. Unfortunately he's been plagued by a severe lack of run support and only has three victories.
Jun 27 - 11:08 AM

Aaron Blair is due for an extended stay in the minor leagues.

Atlanta shipped Blair to the minors last month so he could work on his mechanics but injuries forced him back into the starting rotation after only one outing. After another tough stint in the major leagues, the Braves intend to let Blair work through his issues in Triple-A. "He’s a big part of what we’ve got going forward," said interim manager Brian Snitker. "We're trying to help and do the right thing for [him] right now, what’s best for Aaron Blair." The 24-year-old has struggled to a 7.99 ERA over 11 winless outings for the Braves this season.
Jun 27 - 10:57 AM

Yu Darvish (shoulder, neck) will throw a simulated game on Wednesday.

Darvish threw all of his pitches during a 30-pitch bullpen session on Sunday. It was Darvish's first time on the mound since injuring his neck earlier this month. He'll throw about three innings on Wednesday. The right-hander landed on the disabled list in just his third game back from Tommy John surgery.
Source: rangers.com
Jun 27 - 10:41 AM

Joc Pederson is not in the Dodgers' starting lineup Monday against the Pirates.

It's no coincidence that the left-handed-hitting Pederson is getting the afternoon off with Francisco Liriano on the mound for Pittsburgh. Pederson also sat Saturday against left-hander Jeff Locke. Trayce Thompson will bat third and play center field. Pederson is still having contact issues (.236 AVG, 66 strikeouts) but his power numbers have been impressive (13 HR, .480 slugging percentage).
Jun 27 - 10:13 AM
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