Tout Daily: Mad Max Fury Road

Yes, I doubled down on the title from a recent Rotowire piece — you run the contest and you can come up with the tease. That said, it looks like Max Scherzer is a popular pick in his road matchup with Aaron Nola.

Here are some of the picks as the Tout Daily season winds to a close.

Charlie Wiegert (CDM Sports, @GFFantasySports)

Pitcher: Schertzer/Nola – I couldn’t decide who to choose, so I took both! Hoping for a 1-0 game and 20k’s!

Jeff Boggis (Fantasy Football Empire, @JeffBoggis)

Pitcher: Max Scherzer – Should be a classic pitcher’s duel tonight between Max Scherzer ($11,000) and Aaron Nola. Leaning towards Scherzer due to the Dodger offense.

Hitter: Dansby Swanson – Dansby Swanson ($4,600) is slugging over .600 in his last 55 AB’s. Averaging 7.7 Draftkings fantasy points per game.

Phil Hertz (BaseballHQ, @prhz50)

Pitcher: E Rod – Like the price and trying to make up some ground.

Hitter: Pete Alonso – Polar bear is due.

Jeff Erickson (Rotowire, @Jeff_Erickson)

Pitcher: Drew Smyly – The Reds frequently struggle against lefties, so I’ll take a cheap stab at Smyly. Wanted to go with Mize & Carrasco but steered away due to weather concerns

Hitter: Ke’Bryan Hayes – Going with a White Sox stack and wanted to get two RH hitters against J.A. Happ.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola)

Pitcher: Eduardo Rodriguez – Yes, I’m a fanboy who is a glutton for punishment, but the Rays do fan a ton vs. LHP

Hitter: Whit Merrifield – Stacking Royals, good hitting weather in KC and Merrifield underpriced at 3.8K

Tout Wars FAB Report: August 8

Despite being one week removed from the frenzy of the trade deadline, several intriguing players were added by the Tout managers. If you’d like to see standings, full rosters and transactions, all you need to do is click the heading to each format and you’ll jump right to OnRoto, our gracious sponsor.

American League

CDickerson, TorHoward Bender 88
EClement, CleHoward Bender 62
JMateo, BalJeff Erickson 23
AEaton, LAARick Wolf/Glenn Colton 7
ERivera, KCLarry Schechter 5
BOber, MinRyan Bloomfield 4
SZavala, CWSRyan Bloomfield 3
JBarria, LAAJeff Erickson 3
RTepera, CWSJason Collette 2
RStanek, HouHoward Bender 1
TJones, HouRick Wolf/Glenn Colton 1
OMiller, CleMike Gianella 0

National League

FSchwindel, ChCFred Zinkie 150
LCain, MilPhil Hertz 138
JLuzardo, MiaGrey Albright 101
AlJackson, MiaCraig Mish 77
GDeichmann, ChCGrey Albright 61
AnRomine, ChCFred Zinkie 25
MLorenzen, CinSteve Gardner 20
GGallegos, StLPeter Kreutzer 14
WDifo, PitFred Zinkie 10
TWatson, SFPhil Hertz 2
PBickford, LADDerek Carty 0
JAlvarado, PhiScott Wilderman 0
SFairchild, AriScott Wilderman 0

Mixed Salary Cap

AColome, MinZach Steinhorn 107
JHarrison, OakDerek VanRiper 57
JLuzardo, MiaDerek VanRiper 57
JMateo, BalZach Steinhorn 53
DSteckenrider, SeaIan Kahn 51
MGivens, CinIan Kahn 51
CKieboom, WasDerek VanRiper 37
DRuf, SFMichael Rathburn 29
AIbanez, TexDerek VanRiper 22
CJoe, ColIan Kahn 19
RSuarez, PhiBrent Hershey 17
AAlford, PitScott Engel 4
JMayfield, LAAScott Engel 3
KHigashioka, NYYIan Kahn 3
RJeffers, MinMichael Rathburn 2
LArraez, MinJeff Zimmerman 2
NLopez, KCJeff Zimmerman 2
KBubic, KCScott Engel 2
AMills, ChCScott Engel 1
KPillar, NYMScott Engel 1
BDeLaCruz, MiaScott Engel 1
LBrinson, MiaJustin Mason 0
BBradley, CleJustin Mason 0

Mixed Draft

BBelt, SFTim McCullough 91
LGil, NYYPerry Van Hook 69
YHernandez, WasCharlie Wiegert 35
AColome, MinTim McLeod 27
JMateo, BalPerry Van Hook 23
JLoaisiga, NYYAdam Ronis 22
MGivens, CinScott White 17
RWick, ChCSeth Trachtman 15
SMatz, TorD.J. Short 15
AEngel, CWSShelly Verougstraete 7
RSuarez, PhiScott White 7
THearn, TexTom Kessenich 4
JVillar, NYMTom Kessenich 3
CHernandez, KCAdam Ronis 3
PGosselin, LAATim McCullough 3
EHernandez, MiaTim McCullough 2
TBarnhart, CinScott White 0
YHernandez, TexAdam Ronis 0

Head to Head

ROrtega, ChCDan Strafford 100
AMills, ChCDan Strafford 50
MMoustakas, CinAriel Cohen 46
RGrossman, DetFrank Stampfl 37
TDArnaud, AtlAriel Cohen 28
JMayfield, LAAAndrea LaMont 19
LGurriel, TorAndrea LaMont 18
GSoto, DetGreg Jewett 18
IKennedy, PhiFrank Stampfl 17
JLuzardo, MiaNick Pollack 16
MGarver, MinAndrea LaMont 12
CKieboom, WasGreg Jewett 9
KFarmer, CinFrank Stampfl 8
CGreen, NYYAriel Cohen 8
SHilliard, ColGreg Jewett 3
FSchwindel, ChCAndrea LaMont 3

Mixed with IP & Saves+Holds

CQuantrill, CleBrian Entrekin 81
JAdell, LAABrian Entrekin 67
LWade, SFAndy Behrens 27
DKeuchel, CWSAndy Behrens 21
AGimenez, CleDoug Anderson 15
JMateo, BalBrian Entrekin 14
LGurriel, TorRay Flowers 13
KFinnegan, WasDoug Anderson 12
YPetit, OakJennifer Piacenti 11
CKieboom, WasRay Flowers 9
AKittredge, TBDoug Anderson 3
MCabrera, DetDoug Anderson 3
AKirk, TorBrian Entrekin 2
SMatz, TorAl Melchior 2
RTellez, MilAl Melchior 1
PSeverino, BalJeff Boggis 0

Tout Daily: Wheelering and Dealering

It’s the second week of the fifth and final period of the Tout Daily regular season. There were some extremely high scores posted last week so many of the Touts have some work to do. Here’s who some of the competitors will be clicking into their lineups.

Charlie Wiegert (CDM Sports, @GFFantasySports)

Pitcher: Zack Wheeler – He’s pitched as good as anyone lately and has a revamped National lineup tonight

Hitter: JT Realmuto – Taking his battery mate coming off big night yesterday against a not very good Patrick Corbin.

Jeff Boggis (Fantasy Football Empire, @JeffBoggis)

Pitcher: Walker Buehler – Walker Buehler is 11-1 this season with a 2.19 ERA and 139 K’s. He’s worth the premium of $10,900 at home against Houston tonight.

Hitter: Bo Bichette – Bo Bichette ($5,500) loves changeups and tonight’s opposing pitcher, Zach Plesac, knows how to serve them up.

Howard Bender (Fantasy Alarm, @RotobuzzGuy)

Pitcher: Yusei Kikuchi – The Mariners are 14-6 at the Trop since 2014 and the Rays plate discipline has been routinely atrocious. They are striking out 28.1% of the time over the last seven days and 27.1% against lefties all year long. Kikuchi should rack up some decent K’s and the hope is the M’s walk away with the win too.

Hitter: Aaron Judge – Against a lefty? In Yankee Stadium? Yes please!!

Dan Strafford (FNTSY Radio, @DanStrafford)

Pitcher: Luis Patiño – Luis Patiño carries some strong numbers in a short stint in the majors so far this year coming in to tonight’s start against the Seattle Mariners. Coming off a very strong outing against the Yankees, he faces a Seattle team that leads in the majors in K% and is in the bottom five for wOBA on the year (per active roster). Patiño has been allowed to throw over 90+ pitches in each of his last three appearances in the majors so should have some length here with strike outs pushing eight or nine. With a middling salary, he gives you some flexibility on whether you want to pay up for an Ace or go all in on hitting.

Hitter: Austin Slater – Hitting leadoff against a left hander, Slater provides plenty of upside for 3100 dollars. He provides flexibility in lineup construction.

Shelly Verougstraete (Dynasty Guru, @ShellyV_643)

Pitcher: Zack Wheeler – Wheeler has been one of the more reliable strikeout pitchers this season and he goes up against the post-fire sale Nationals lineup.

Hitter: Amed Rosario – Rosario has performed well against southpaws this season. Sure, Ryu is a toughy but Rosario’s price ($4,000) and lineup spot (#2) make this one an easy choice.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola)

Pitcher: Sean Manaea – More a hunch than anything. Padres are without Tatis and Manaea has become a K machine and I sense low rostership. OK, maybe it’s more than just a hunch.

Hitter: Sam Hilliard – I usually avoid #8 hitters in the NL, but at 2.5K, I’ll take the chance.

Tout Table: Trade Deadline Fallout

In what has become an annual discussion, this time, the Touts were asked:

What is your favorite under the radar repercussion of the deadline frenzy?

Jeff Zimmerman (Fangraphs, The Process, @jeffwzimmerman): Watching the Royals call up Edward Olivares to just see them demote him three days later.

Ron Shandler (, @RonShandler): A Sunday FAAB frenzy driven by speculation of the all the trade fallout. Lots of wasted dollars coming up…

Scott White (CBS Fantasy Sports, @CBSScottWhite): It has to be Reid Detmers getting the call to replace Andrew Heaney (now a Yankee). It’s a quick turnaround for what was the Angels’ first-round pick just last year, but the left-hander was thought to be a high-floor pitcher who could move quickly. An unexpected velocity jump has given him a high ceiling as well. At the time of his promotion, Detmers ranked among the minor-league leaders in strikeouts, having compiled a 3.15 ERA, 1.10 WHIP and 15.9 K/9. I’ll acknowledge that even the best of the best prospects have had a harder time breaking in the past couple years, but who couldn’t use another high-upside arm?

Larry Schechter (Winning Fantasy Baseball, @LarrySchechter): This isn’t so much under the radar, but I find it amazing that Trevor Story was the pre-season absolutely, positively #1 most likely player to be traded and he was not traded.

Patrick Davitt (BaseballHQ, @patrickdavitt): One of the prospect pitchers the Angels got in the Andrew Heaney trade is a 25-year-old minor-leaguer with fringy stuff but 1.78/0.96 decimals in AA on a good mix of playable pitches. His name is Janson Junk.

Peter Kreutzer (Ask Rotoman, Fantasy Baseball Guide, @kroyte): In a league I play in (AL only) you must keep DL players acquired via waivers in your active lineup until they come off the DL. What does Kyle Schwarber go for? Plus potential actual chances for Edward Oliveras and Daniel Johnson. Maybe.

Ray Flowers (Fantasy Guru, @BaseballGuys): It is time for every league to drop saves and replace it with Solds (Saves+Holds) or something else. More than half the bullpens in baseball are clouded after the deadline – leaving everyone to guess how to move forward. Saves leagues have never been more random, more luck driven if you will, than they are right now, and it will lead to people blowing FAAB budgets this week willy-nilly as they just randomly hope to strike it big. There’s no skill in that. Hell, one of the top-5 guys in saves will see his value crushed (Hendriks/Kimbrel). Perhaps two of the top-5 are now in a timeshare and both will see their value crushed. Another guy we all knew would be dealt, Ian Kennedy, was. He just happened to get traded to one of like three teams in baseball that would keep him at closer. It’s all completely random, and it needs to stop.

Jim Bowden (Fantasy Alarm, @JimBowdenGM): That Luis Garcia is going to get to play every day for the Nationals

Jock Thompson (Baseball HQ, @JOCKatHQ): Olivares has already been mentioned, tip of the question whether KC will start being aggressive with its hitting prospects and bring them up to play. FWIW, Nick Pratto is tearing up AAA, has AB at DH/1B now with Soler gone. And Bobby Witt doesn’t look challenged.

Matt Williams (NBC Sports Edge, @MattWi77iams): Andres Giménez was a popular preseason sleeper that should have an opportunity now that Cesar Hernández has been traded to the White Sox. Cleveland recalled Owen Miller due a residency issue preventing Giménez from traveling with the team to Toronto, but he could be back as early as the following series after batting .274/.335/.492 in Triple-A with a 6-game HR streak.

Phil Hertz (BaseballHQ, @prhz50): The Nationals almost have to give Carter Kieboom a run at third base for the next two months. He won’t be the first failed prospect to suddenly succeed.

Tim McLeod (, @RunTMcP361 ): I echo your sentiments above, Ray. I’ve been using saves + holds/2 for years in several Leagues and it works great. Keeping on the “bullpen and under-the-radar theme”, how about Mason Thompson closing games for the Nationals by the end of August.

Glenn Colton (Fantasy Alarm, @GlennColton1): For me it is the closers in waiting like Bednar, Bender (not Howard), etc. The most under the radar could be Codi Heuer and his 43+ GB% and almost 15% swk. Oh and he has two pitches with an over 20 swk!

Ryan Bloomfield (BaseballHQ, @RyanBHQ): As Touts maybe we’re not supposed to admit this, but I’ll undoubtedly notice a player on a different team a week from now that I didn’t realize was traded at the deadline. Somebody always falls through the cracks!

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola): For what it’s worth, I’ll take the other side of the saves/holds discussion (which is better suited for a Tout Table unto itself). Saves is a bad category, but holds is worse. I loathe making something already poor even more so. Back on topic, I’ll double down on Andres Gimenez and crossing my fingers with Edward Olivares. I’m curious to see if Magneuris Sierra and/or Lewis Brinson step up for the Marlins. Ian Happ was losing playing time, but with the going out of business sale, he should be back to playing every day with two months to salvage his disaster of a season. Finally, I really like where Cesar Hernandez landed. He’ll likely hit lower in the White Sox order, but the added potency and better park should keep Hernandez’s production at least at the same level if not more.

Charlie Wiegert (CDM Sports, @GFFantasySports): I’ll go on record that holds just makes it worse. I hate when a guy comes in, gives up 2-3 runs with a couple hits and walks in one inning and gets a hold! The hold rule needs changing before it could be a worthwhile category! On the subject, I’m hoping Luzardo starts for the Marlins right away, and Josiah Gray and Keibert Ruiz start for the Nationals. Plus Myles Straw will play everyday in Cleveland and could steal 20 bases between now and seasons end!

Jeff Erickson (Rotowire, @Jeff_Erickson): I’m with Larry – I’m dumbfounded by everything the Rockies do and do not do. It’s hard to see how a compensation pick can be worth more than a fully formed prospect. Even though Story is having a down year by his standards, I can’t imagine him being worth less than a compensation pick. As far as an under-the-radar repercussion, how about finding teams with soft schedules the rest of the way? The Braves have a heavy dose of the Nats & Marlins down the stretch, with some O’s and Rockies spliced in for good measure. The Reds get two series still with the Cubs and Marlins, plus 10 games against the Pirates. That has to be exploitable.

Shelly Verougstraete (Dynasty Guru, @ShellyV_643): I’m excited to see what Reid Detmers can do in LA and hoping Luzardo is someone more than just a oft-hurt reliever.

Scott Swanay (FantasyBaseballSherpa, @fantasy_sherpa): In “only” leagues where you lose the ROS stats for players traded out of the league it’s worthwhile to go through your competitors’ rosters and figure out who might now have an unanticipated hole in their lineup. Then assess whether they have enough FAAB remaining to do add a significant player traded into the league, or whether they’ll have to resort to either a trade or the dregs of the free agent pool to address those needs. Also, will any of the traded players add position eligibility with their new teams (e.g. – would the Yankees be willing to try Anthony Rizzo in LF so that they could get both Luke Voit and Giancarlo Stanton into their everyday lineup)? Finally, I’m interested to see which young players either traded (e.g. – Josiah Gray, Keibert Ruiz) or with a clearer opportunity for playing time (e.g. – Edward Olivares) are able to thrive in their new situations.

Mike Podhorzer (Fangraphs, @MikePodhorzer): Edward Olivares…finally? I’ve picked him up so many times and subsequently dropped him in my mixed leagues, there’s now absolutely not excuse to give him the starting job and let him run with it over the rest of the season. He has the potential to contribute in every category, so he’s an add in all league formats.

Doug Dennis (BaseballHQ, @dougdennis41): The rise and fall of Paul Sewald. (He still has a great skill set).

Greg Jewett (Fantasy Alarm, @gjewett9): Putting in a bunch of follow-up bids on players with pathways to playing time who fill statistical needs on my roster(s) and seeing if they can affect the standings over the last two months while everyone continues drafting fantasy football teams on underdog.

Nando DiFino (The Athletic, @nandodifino): The ascendance of Yadiel Hernandez to a probable starting role for Washington. All he does is hit — even in his short MLB stints, he’s hit; he’s at .303 with 4HR and 2 SBs over 61 games as I write this. If you loved Adolis Garcia, you’ll realllllly love Yadiel Hernandez

Brian Walton (CreativeSports2, @B_Walton): Jesus Luzardo to the Marlins, who continue to quietly assemble a promising pitching staff.

Ray Murphy (BaseballHQ, @RayHQ): Lots of talk about the success/failure of Kyle Schwarber at 1B for Boston, but I’m not sure how much time he’s going to get there. If Jarren Duran doesn’t pick it up soon, he’s going to be odd man out when Schwarber arrives, with Schwarber/JD Martinez tag-teaming LF and DH.

Brian Entrekin (Benched with Bubba, @bdentrek): There were so many moves the last few days that will have impacts on this season and next. We may see Mookie Betts gain 2B and Kyle Schwarber gain 1B eligibility. Many young players like Rafael Ortega, Yadier Hernandez and Abraham Toro will see regular playing time. So much great baseball and fantasy baseball goodness. Give me Betts gaining 2B eligibility as one of the bigger repercussions of the trade deadline.

Vlad Sedler (Fantasy Guru, @rotogut): Most excited about Edward Olivares finally getting the opportunity to play every day. He will be their clean-up hitter by August 20.

Bret Sayre (Baseball Prospectus, @BretSayreBP): Waiting for the inevitable Jordan Luplow power explosion in Tampa, where he somehow hits 10 homers in the 125 right at-bats.

Tout Wars FAAB Report: August 1

This is of course the first transaction period following what many are calling the best MLB trade deadline ever. The American League Touts certainly had an influx of talent but not so much in the Senior Circuit. There was ample roster shuffling to have activity pick up in the mixed formats.

Here are the winning bids. Please keep in mind you can see the entire array of bids, along with standings and roster by clicking the header above each league.

American League

SMarte, OakJason Collette 704
ARizzo, NYYRyan Bloomfield 640
CKimbrel, CWSMike Gianella 512
BHand, TorRick Wolf/Glenn Colton 451
KSchwarber, BosRob Leibowitz 367
YGomes, OakJeff Erickson 160
RDetmers, LAAMike Podhorzer 108
JHarrison, OakMike Gianella 107
SPatton, TexPatrick Davitt 99
TyAnderson, SeaLarry Schechter 71
DJefferies, OakRyan Bloomfield 41
JMeyers, HouRick Wolf/Glenn Colton 6
CHernandez, KCJason Collette 4
RLopez, CWSRyan Bloomfield 4
JSborz, TexLarry Schechter 2
DBundy, LAARick Wolf/Glenn Colton 2
LLuetge, NYYJason Collette 1
AHedges, CleJeff Erickson 0
DTate, BalMike Gianella 0
ESwanson, SeaDoug Dennis 0
KBubic, KCJeff Erickson 0

National League

JSoler, AtlDerek Carty 787
KGibson, PhiTristan H. Cockcroft 715
ERosario, AtlSteve Gardner 600
KFinnegan, WasTodd Zola 451
IKennedy, PhiCraig Mish 301
TClippard, AriDerek Carty 162
FGalvis, PhiFred Zinkie 150
MChavis, PitTodd Zola 117
BDeLaCruz, MiaScott Wilderman 112
BriMiller, MiaGrey Albright 77
HPark, PitFred Zinkie 70
JHapp, StLGrey Albright 64
BDrury, NYMBrian Walton 57
CHeuer, ChCLenny Melnick  35
BWilson, PitScott Wilderman 33
RRuiz, ColFred Zinkie 25
LThomas, WasPhil Hertz 5
LWeaver, AriBrian Walton 2
MGivens, CinDerek Carty 1
RBleier, MiaDerek Carty 1
DLeone, SFFred Zinkie 0

Mixed Salary Cap

IKinerFalefa, TexJeff Zimmerman 211
KFinnegan, WasEric Karabell 177
TClippard, AriZach Steinhorn 83
MWacha, TBBret Sayre 76
ROrtega, ChCScott Pianowski 63
DHill, DetDerek VanRiper 57
AKittredge, TBEric Karabell 56
RDetmers, LAACJ Kaltenbach 43
SPatton, TexJustin Mason 37
EOlivares, KCScott Swanay 35
JLester, StLBret Sayre 24
NCortes, NYYIan Kahn 21
RTellez, MilScott Pianowski 19
PEspino, WasScott Pianowski 14
SBarlow, KCScott Pianowski 11
BRooker, MinIan Kahn 11
JLoaisiga, NYYEric Karabell 11
JHapp, StLBret Sayre 11
TDuffey, MinJustin Mason 9
MCabrera, DetScott Pianowski 8
NSenzel, CinJustin Mason 7
DTate, BalIan Kahn 4
SHilliard, ColCJ Kaltenbach 3
DFloro, MiaJeff Zimmerman 3
LGarcia, WasJustin Mason 0
MHarvey, BalScott Pianowski 0

Mixed Draft

ROrtega, ChCTom Kessenich 299
KFinnegan, WasSeth Trachtman 145
KFreeland, ColCharlie Wiegert 80
RDetmers, LAAScott White 57
LGarcia, WasScott White 57
GPolanco, PitCharlie Wiegert 55
TClippard, AriScott White 27
DFloro, MiaScott White 27
SPatton, TexScott White 27
MWacha, TBCharlie Wiegert 25
JBarria, LAACharlie Wiegert 25
MSano, MinRay Murphy 25
EOlivares, KCAdam Ronis 24
CSulser, BalScott White 17
SHilliard, ColRay Murphy 15
KFarmer, CinD.J. Short 15
DJefferies, OakAdam Ronis 12
DMoore, SeaSeth Trachtman 5
PEspino, WasPerry Van Hook 4
ASantander, BalAdam Ronis 4
TTaylor, MilPerry Van Hook 4
SEspinal, TorPerry Van Hook 4
BTreinen, LADPerry Van Hook 4
TEstrada, SFPerry Van Hook 4
ADiaz, HouShelly Verougstraete 3
MHarvey, BalGreg Ambrosius 3
KBubic, KCRay Murphy 1
VGutierrez, CinTom Kessenich 1
CHeuer, ChCAdam Ronis 0

Head to Head

JSoler, AtlAndrea LaMont 80
AToro, SeaPaul Sporer 44
YGurriel, HouRalph Lifshitz 27
RTellez, MilAndrea LaMont 25
NCortes, NYYPaul Sporer 23
YHernandez, WasGreg Jewett 18
MWacha, TBGreg Jewett 15
ABender, MiaPaul Sporer 14
KBubic, KCAndrea LaMont 9
DRuf, SFGreg Jewett 9
ZDavies, ChCAriel Cohen 7
KFreeland, ColAriel Cohen 6
PWisdom, ChCAriel Cohen 6
DJefferies, OakClay Link 4
PEspino, WasAndrea LaMont 2
TRogers, SFNick Pollack 2

Mixed with IP & Saves+Holds

LWebb, SFRay Flowers 43
KRuiz, WasAndy Behrens 36
EOlivares, KCRay Flowers 28
AToro, SeaDoug Anderson 23
ROrtega, ChCBrian Entrekin 19
AHouser, MilRay Flowers 19
KFarmer, CinRon Shandler 17
AGomber, ColRon Shandler 17
YHernandez, WasBrian Entrekin 14
DRuf, SFAl Melchior 13
DMoore, SeaDoug Anderson 12
KMuller, AtlDoug Anderson 11
WAstudillo, MinBrian Entrekin 6
LPatino, TBBrian Entrekin 6
NCortes, NYYBrian Entrekin 6
SBarlow, KCAlex Fast 5
JPCrawford, SeaAlex Fast 4
PEspino, WasBrian Entrekin 4
KFreeland, ColAl Melchior 3
JGray, WasAl Melchior 3
YDiaz, TBDoug Anderson 2
IKennedy, PhiChris Towers 1
AHays, BalDoug Anderson 1
TLarnach, MinChris Towers 0
TToussaint, AtlJeff Boggis 0
GPolanco, PitChris Towers 0