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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Drew Smyly
Drew Smyly is probably thrilled the month of May is finally over.
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney usually gets the job done. He never makes it look easy, though.
Drew Smyly got a little bewildered when the Oakland Athletics turned every mistake he made into a home run.
Athletics manager Bob Melvin issued a pregame message to his slumping team to grind out at-bats rather look for home runs.
Dallas Keuchel outpitched college roommate Drew Smyly, and the Houston Astros beat Detroit 6-2 on Thursday to stop the Tigers' eight-game winning streak and end its own five-game skid.
Drew Smyly and the Detroit Tigers finally lost, thanks largely to one of the left-hander's old friends.
Dallas Keuchel won this matchup of old college roommates - then admitted he hadn't paid much attention to his friend-turned-adversary on the mound.
Danny Duffy did exactly what the Kansas City Royals wanted him to do.
The Tigers' Drew Smyly went from the bullpen to tossing seven shutout innings as a starter. Nick Castellanos is tied with Miguel Cabrera for the team lead in RBIs.
Ian Krol was concerned about a possible walk with the bases loaded, so he grooved a pitch to Marcus Semien.
Drew Smyly's return to the rotation was an inauspicious one.
Albert Pujols is quietly closing in on 500 home runs.
Miguel Cabrera reached another milestone in powerful fashion: a four-hit day highlighted by a home run for his 2,000th hit.
Brad Ausmus is hoping he'll have a chance to use every position player on his roster before too long - no sense letting backups become rusty at the beginning of the season.
Joe Nathan allowed four runs while only getting one out in the ninth inning as the Miami Marlins rallied for an 8-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
"One-hundred pitches in four innings in not very efficient," Smyly said. "I only walked one person, but it's just way too many pitches per batter."
"A rough second inning. Threw too many pitches," Smyly said. "I think every hit that inning I had them at 1-2 and couldn't finish them. They were taking really good two-strike breaking balls. (They) got back in a hitter's count and put it in play. It didn't work out for me."