Bobby Sylvester is the FantasyPros Baseball Podcast host and FantasyPros Football Podcast co-host with Mike Tagliere. He is a FantasyPros featured writer across baseball, football and basketball.
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The Marlins wrapped up their first-half with a 10-5 win over the Phillies Sunday. Three-hitter, J.T. Realmuto continued his stellar first-half with a hit, RBI and run scored.
Justin Smoak added one of the Blue Jays' eight hits in a 5-2 loss at Boston Sunday. He did not score a run nor drive one in, but added his 91st strikeout of the season.
Brandon Belt went 0 for 4 in Sunday's loss against Sean Manaea and the Oakland A's. Belt enters the All-Star break with a .287 batting average and an OPS nearing .900 on the season.
The Rangers gave Adrian Beltre an extra breather headed into the All-Star break in Sunday's 6-5 loss to the Orioles. It may be the case that they are making sure his trade value stays high enough to draw some quality prospects.
Odubel Herrera continued his run, securing a hit for his eighth time in nine starts. The outfielder knocked a double in the Phillies' 10-5 loss then later scored a run.
Elvis Andrus concluded his first-half by adding two hits including a double off Zach Britton in the 9th inning. The shortstop also scored a run, but the effort wasn't enough as the Orioles held on to win 6-5.
Mitch Haniger completed his first-half with another productive day at the plate. The outfielder added two more hits and another RBI in the Mariners' 4-3 loss at Coors.
Buster Posey struck out twice and went 0 for 4 at the plate in the Giants' 4-2 loss against Oakland Sunday. This performance followed three straight multi-hit games.
Trevor Story wrapped him his first-half in spectacular fashion, knocking a walk-off solo homer off Nick Vincent of the Mariners. Story was hitless going into the at-bat but managed to hit his 20th bomb of the season.
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