The Twins surprised most people on the planet by winning more than 80 games and nearly making the AL playoff field.
J.A. Happ and Josh Tomlin are both pitching well down the stretch, but Scott White is more likely to place his trust in one than the other. Oh, and if you haven't caught on yet, Jedd Gyorko is back.
Matt Shoemaker is looking more like the pitcher we saw last year. Scott White is targeting him and a few other Tuesday standouts on the waiver wire.
Max Scherzer at $12,500 or Chris Sale at $11,500? Heath Cummings plugs in the DC option and likes Jimmy Nelson as a tournament play.
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The All-Star game MVP picks up where he left off by sticking a dagger in Red Sox. The second half of the 2015 season began on Friday. Check out the action right here with Eye on MLB.
White Sox ace Chris Sale is actually just trying to throw strikes and, no, he really doesn't look at his stats.
The end of the top-prospect flow? Hardly. Touted Phillies starter Aaron Nola is another who is very close, Scott White says.
Pitching choices are tricky Monday, so Chris Sale will be the chalk pick again. But Heath Cummings says great hitter options like Joc Pederson can carry you.
Finding two-start pitchers just before the All-Star break can be tricky, but Al Melchior highlights a few hurlers worth picking up for the week ahead.

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