It’s Beachy vs. Gonzalez in ESPN Sunday night game

(Staff writer Carroll Rogers is filling in for David O’Brien.)

You know that nosy neighbor or “friend” who can pop in at the most unwanted times? Tonight’s Braves-Nationals series finale seems to have that feel to me. The ESPN trucks are here and tonight at 8:05 p.m. the national spotlight will be shining on the Braves, who just happened to be mired in their longest losing streak of the season at six games now.

The Braves are struggling just to get through games healthy right now, with Chipper Jones on the DL with a nasty calf contusion, Freddie Freeman battling dry eyes and blurry vision, Brian McCann trying to build his strength back after missing four of the past five games with a virus, David Ross nursing a strained hamstring, and Matt Diaz just getting over strep throat. So hm, take a breath.

And here the Braves are, having lost four in a row in Cincinnati and the first two games in this series against the Nationals, only to show up at the

Gonzalez has been best pitcher on Nats staff

Gonzalez has been best pitcher on Nats staff

ballpark tonight to face the guy who’s actually been the Nationals’ best pitcher all along this season: Gio Gonzalez, who is 6-1 with a 1.98 ERA.

If there’s anybody the Braves would hand pick to match up with him though, it’s the guy they have tonight in Brandon Beachy, who is 5-2 with a 1.77 ERA himself. The last time he pitched at Turner Field on May 17, he threw a complete game shutout against the Marlins, the first of his career.

In his last start Beachy gave up three homers at Great American Ballpark and took his first loss since his first start of the season April 9 in Houston. The four runs allowed total were a season-high for Beachy, who had allowed two or fewer earned runs in each of his first eight starts. Even so, he’s still leading the majors in ERA (1.77).

Gonzalez, 26, is third in the majors in ERA and he comes into the game on a four-game winning streak. The Nationals have won eight of his nine starts this season, since trading for Gonzalez and shortly thereafter signing him to a five-year $42 million extension this past winter. He’s coming off a 16-12 season with Oakland last year and his first appearance in the All-Star game.

Gonzalez shut out the Phillies for six innings in his last start on Monday, allowing only three hits, walking three and striking out nine. In his past three games he’s had nine, 10 and nine strikeouts. If there are any “complaints” from the Nats side, it’s the number of pitches Gonzalez is throwing – kinda like Stephen Strasburg on Saturday (five innings, 95 pitches) – Gonzalez had 108 pitches in six innings on Monday.

Gonzalez does have a tendency for a little wildness. He had 90-plus walks in about 200 innings in each of his past two seasons in Oakland. He’s had a four-walk and five-walk gave this season but is otherwise doing a better job of minimizing the free passes. Also, Gonzalez has allowed only one home run in 54 2/3 innings this season, after giving up 17 last year in Oakland and 15 the year before.

Backup shortstop Jack Wilson is the only Braves hitter with any experience against Gonzalez, from his days in the AL West with Seattle. Wilson is 2-for-12 with four strikeouts against Gonzalez. I don’t even think the Braves saw him in spring training.

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Beachy looks to rebound from Cincy outing

Beachy looks to rebound from Cincy outing

Entering tonight’s game against the Nationals, the Braves’ team ERA was 4.14, 11th in the National League. This is after they finished last season with a 3.48 ERA overall, fourth in the NL.

As much as the Braves have shown improvement (though not so much lately) with their approach at the plate, they have sprung a few leaks on the pitching front. Much of it has to do with the struggles of Mike Minor and Randall Delgado, and you don’t figure Jair Jurrjens is going to be in Triple-A at this point in the season. (He pitched eight scoreless innings for Gwinnett on Sunday vs. Rochester, allowing only three hits, no walks, five strikeouts. Scout who said him said his fastball was anywhere from 89-93 mph, velocity was improved and threw some good sinkers. He was getting some ground balls. So a good sign for Jurrjens.)

But the bullpen has been victimized too. The Braves’ bullpen ERA is 3.68, eighth in the NL, compared to 3.02 at the end of last season which tied them with the Giants for first in the NL.

And who would have figured on May 27, the Braves would be fourth in the NL East and the Phillies’ fifth? Or is it more surprising is to see the Mets tied for second?

Things are still coming really tough for the Braves within the division. They were 4-9 in the NL East entering Sunday night, compared to 12-10 vs. the NL Central, 8-2 against the NL West and 2-1 against the American League (Tampa).

Right now they’d just take a win of any kind against any team, and it’s not getting any easier any time soon with the Cardinals coming in Monday and then the Braves traveling to Washington on Friday.

Braves-Cards pitching match-ups:

For the Cardinals series (everybody is right-handed): Tommy Hanson (5-3, 3.12) vs. Lance Lynn (7-1, 2.54); Randall Delgado (2-5, 4.53) vs. Jake Westbrook (4-3, 3.38); Tim Hudson (3-2, 4.12) vs. Kyle Lohse (5-1, 2.90).

This and that

So I’m thinking the Orioles are pretty happy they didn’t give Adam Jones up at the trade deadline last year, to the Braves or anyone else they entertained at least a casual conversation with – happy to the tune of $85.5 million over six years in a deal that was announced on Sunday.

The 26-year-old Jones has been the Orioles’ MVP this season and it’s been quite a season so far. Baltimore was 29-18 entering play Sunday, tied with Texas for the best record in the American League.

Jones was riding a 17-game hitting streak entering Sunday and leading his team in batting average (.309), homers (14), RBIs (31), on-base percentage (.351), hits (59) and stolen bases (eight).

Braves talks never got beyond the initial stages, even though on paper it seemed they could be a good fit, with young pitching the Orioles coveted. But the asking price, reportedly Martin Prado and Jair Jurrjens in addition to some of that highly-touted young pitching, was more than the Braves were going to do.

Braves lineup:

Brian McCann did some running before the game and was close to getting back in the lineup but isn’t yet. Fredi Gonzalez said McCann could be back in there Monday but with a day game in the heat, he was leaving it up to him. (In other words, how much better is he going to feel 12 hours from now, and when it’s 90 some degrees for a day game.) But there’s a chance he’ll be back in there and if he wakes up feeling good. Having J.C. Boscan up now, though Fredi would be OK with McCann just going for a few innings if that’s all he can manage. As he puts it, any ABs from McCann is better than none.

1. Michael Bourn CF

2. Tyler Pastornicky SS

3. Martin Prado 3B

4. Dan Uggla 2B

5. Matt Diaz LF

6. Eric Hinske 1B

7. Jason Heyward RF

8. J.C. Boscan C

9. Brandon Beachy P

1,589 comments Add your comment

keyLargo

May 27th, 2012
3:55 pm

Time flies when you’re having fun…………………

Season is 30% gone already.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
3:58 pm

except that Bora.$$$ will almost never talk contract during the season unless the player forces him to and Bourn has no reason to do that

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:01 pm

Headley’s OPS+ is 120 over the last season and a half, that is better than most any other third sacker around.move him out of that abomination of a park(for hitters) and his stats would jump including his homers

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:04 pm

I guess we’ll see if BB can bounce back from that last outing, or if he decides to emulate Minor

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:04 pm

where is everybody?

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:09 pm

‘fraid the count could use a bit of a realistic refresher on stats

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:09 pm

Carroll Rogers

May 27th, 2012
4:09 pm

McCann is out running in the outfield, which in this heat, i take as a good sign he’s starting to get his legs back under him a bit.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:09 pm

First? Really?

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:10 pm

good to hear Carroll

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:12 pm

I just dont’ see this plus to Headley’s game…

140 strikeouts, no real power, no average

he’s 29

If his glove is like Beltre, then I can overlook some things, but, no plus stick, no plus glove?

hard to get amped about

Shaun what is Headley’s WAR? lol

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:12 pm

“First? Really?”

lol

Trey

May 27th, 2012
4:13 pm

The Braves need Beachy to pitch. If the Marlins and Mets lose, we will be two games out again. Let’s go Braves.

McFann =Ô= =Ô=

May 27th, 2012
4:14 pm

Ms. Rogers

That’s good to know!…Thanks!…

Don’t overdo it, BMac…:) Boy, I bet he is READY to be over this…

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:14 pm

I baked 3 potatoes, sliced them up, iron skillet with a diced onion in a butter canola mix and some cheese eggs…

love me some breakfast, at almost anytime but breakfast… odd

Trey

May 27th, 2012
4:15 pm

Sorry, we will be in second place and two games out.

Powder Blue

May 27th, 2012
4:15 pm

Hope Beachy can right the ship tonight. Need a win badly.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:15 pm

no. nothing to get over excited about but probably as good as might be available at third anyway. I would certainly prefer him to Francisco. Very few of the FAs at either OF or third are all that good so looking for possible trades will likely take up a good bit of Wren’s time this fall

Trey

May 27th, 2012
4:15 pm

Considering the Braves win.

McFann =Ô= =Ô=

May 27th, 2012
4:16 pm

Be nice if the Braves could really kick butt on National TV…

But I’ll take just a “regular” win, too… :P

Juan

May 27th, 2012
4:18 pm

The Mets win today 2-0…there are Pitching great & Hitting…..Miami lost…Philllies are losing 8-1

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:19 pm

Phillies are getting testy… that team could get broken up…

Juan

May 27th, 2012
4:20 pm

Again Mets Piching & hitng….last 7 games agains Pitts & Padres

Trey

May 27th, 2012
4:21 pm

Juan, thanks. I didn’t know the Mets already played. Well, I didn’t realize that it was a day game, since the Braves haven’t even played yet.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:21 pm

Headley is not even an FA if the Pad arb him.

Given the scarcity of 3b… they might unless they go with Logan Forsyth or someone.

Juan

May 27th, 2012
4:21 pm

Count…yes….Halladay Hurt today …out 2nd inning with shoulder Injury

Trey

May 27th, 2012
4:23 pm

Wow, Halladay gave up a grand slam. At least his arm was sore, or he’d probably end up winning.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:23 pm

Sign Freddy Sanchez to pair up with Juan. He can throw from 3rd easier from what I read…

Oh man… this is getting sad.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:26 pm

Phils got old all at once.

JRoll, Polanco, Victorino, Utley

Howard is Howard.

Dom Brown never materialized.

Bullpen is weak. Juan Pierre is in LF.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:27 pm

Jesus Guzman could be a cheap LF option in 2013.

Prado at 3b. Guzman and Pagan in the OF.

Simmons at SS.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:33 pm

Phils fans are mad about resigning JRoll.

Hope we don’t start to feel that way about an old Uggla, or McCann.

Loyalty in baseball is a fussy thing.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:33 pm

Fine. I’m going to work then.

Max Headroom

May 27th, 2012
4:34 pm

I always enjoy a national game, you tend to get more of the real story. The Braves announcers are too worried about stepping on toes so they sugarcoat everything.

McFann =Ô= =Ô=

May 27th, 2012
4:35 pm

count_s Hope we don’t start to feel that way about an old Uggla, or McCann.

I won’t…

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:36 pm

you’re right count, Headley would likely be a trade possibility

Disgusted

May 27th, 2012
4:38 pm

I expect Gio to be at his best as the clutchless wonders fall to unlucky 7 in a row.

Disgusted

May 27th, 2012
4:43 pm

Headley is not going to generate the buzz to excite the fans, but he does have some value.

He does get on base, he gets in the high 20’s to low 30’s doubles a year and his WAR was in the threes the last two yrs.

Those OBP guys will have more value even if their average is middle of the pack. The lack of power does bug me, but maybe he could hit 15 HRs and drive in 75 at Turner. That would make a fan like me feel better because I still value the RBI stat.

I long for the days when we were trading for the guys like Fred Mc Griff, Danny Nagle and being players for Gregg Maddux, guess we have to love on the memories of the 90;s because those days are never comming back.

Disgusted

May 27th, 2012
4:45 pm

“Hope we don’t start to feel that way about an old Uggla, or McCann.”

Or Bourn???? I doubt we will have to feel that way with our corporate stewards in charge.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:46 pm

Today’s playlist:

Robert Glasper Experiment – Black Radio <- ATL Jazzfest Tomorrow 9pm
Robert Johnson – Complete Recordings
Viktor Vaughn – Vaudeville Villain

keeping it real

May 27th, 2012
4:47 pm

Wishful thinking. Liberty Mutual sells the Braves and somebody with money buys the team. This town needs something good to happen.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:48 pm

I was a young party thing in the 90’s.

Watched the Braves but did not treasure them like I wish I did now…

Trading Doyle for Smoltz, drafting the hockey player and signing Maddux was a series of lucky/genius events.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
4:50 pm

Disgusted

Take a look at Jesus Guzman.
http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/g/guzmaje01.shtml

Stick him in LF and stick Prado at 3b.

I kind like that over Headley, and Guzman could come cheaper in trade and salary.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:55 pm

Those Robert Johnson recordings are awesome

Random

May 27th, 2012
4:57 pm

CaptMudd (May 27th, 2012 9:43 am): “Another unique quality of Atlanta/Southern baseball folk…Jason Hey “dat a ball ur way” ward; when he walked to the plate the next inning after, you all know yesterday, there were no boos heard over the airwaves and my volume was @54. Fans giving kindness so nice…..”

I dunno.

Perhaps they didn’t boo because Heyward’s mental lapse and error did not end up giving a run to the Nats.

The score was 4-2 Nats at the time — fans’ thoughts were probably more focused on a possible Heyward redemption rather than a pointless and unnecessary admonishment.

interested bystan

May 27th, 2012
4:58 pm

Enter your comments here

nolie

May 27th, 2012
4:58 pm

too early to be definitive but Guzman is down to a 93 OPS+ so far this year, and since he only has one partial year as previous MLB experience it is kinda hard to get a handle on which hitter he really is IMO

VaBravesFan

May 27th, 2012
4:59 pm

I think if you get Headley out of Petco he could be a 300/350/450 type hitter over a full season.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:01 pm

“Those Robert Johnson recordings are awesome”

I was a weird kid. My mix tapes would be Butthole Surfers, Beethoven’s 9th and Miles Davis.

Bought them when they came out (1990) because the aura at the time was, you have to own this. I was in college, broke and they were too expensive.

That was a long time ago. One of those never look back purchases.

Been hangin’ with the devil and dustin’ my broom ever since.

jeffrey d

May 27th, 2012
5:01 pm

Thanks, Carroll

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:02 pm

he is a career 844 hitter away from Petco so I think you are correct about that Va.he does K a bit more than he should for the kind of hitter he is though

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:02 pm

he is a career 844 hitter away from Petco so I think you are correct about that Va.he does K a bit more than he should for the kind of hitter he is though

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:03 pm

hmmm. prolly wasn’t worth repeatin’……….

Disgusted

May 27th, 2012
5:05 pm

“Trading Doyle for Smoltz, drafting the hockey player and signing Maddux was a series of lucky/genius events.”

@Count–Doyle for Smoltz was luck, the drafting of the hockey player was shrewd scouting and the signing of Mad Dog was a move of commitment and dedication to winning.

And as the run progressed, they kept the players they really needed to keep. And when it was time to get someone they would not give up the prospects they needed to keep like the Mc Griff deal.

They did give up something in the Denny Nagle deal, a young Jason Schmitt, but hey, Nagle was good for us.

Teams that have a drive and passion for winning find a way to create their own luck.

As for Guzman, I don’t know, he never has had a full season in MLB, so if it were my choice, I would rather have Headley at third and Prado in LF. Not sure about Headley’s defense but I think he is as good as Chipper. And Chipper worked his way to decency in the field.

Bottom line is we rwwould like ownership that had the drive to do better then either of the options we are talking about.

I would like to have Swisher for the OF and have Prado at third.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:07 pm

Jeter just hit 3155 to pass Brett for 14th.

No Yankees fan, but I make an exception for Jeter and Mo.

McFann =Ô= =Ô=

May 27th, 2012
5:12 pm

STILL no BMac?? :(

Gustopher

May 27th, 2012
5:12 pm

Thanks for the New Post Carroll, though your blogs have been Beachycentric as of late

Disgusted

May 27th, 2012
5:13 pm

I see the Red Sox have blown another one again—Not all his fault but Bobby Valentine has not made things better and the newbie GM is more clueless than Wren is at his worst moments.

Cherington is a joke for a major revenue team like the REd Sox. They are about done too.

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:17 pm

Glavine was boring.

Something about the hockey and not being a particulary big guy (6′, 175 pounds) I think gave him some sort of weird inner fight.

He had fairly average stuff, but worked it so well and was so tenacious. His numbers are not that great. WHIP is nothing special. Not a K pitcher.

Just logged crazy innings and racked up wins.

You knew Maddux was special. Smoltz was nasty. And there was Glavine with more 20 win seasons then both of them combined.

Lesson? Be careful with the quiet ones.

jeffrey d

May 27th, 2012
5:19 pm

McCann’s still recovering from a swollen upper lip

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:19 pm

Fastball in. Fastball out. Change.

It’s why there are the Minor comparisons because that’s exactly what Minor needs to do.

Except Minor went to Vandy and did not play hockey so he falls apart.

jeffrey d

May 27th, 2012
5:19 pm

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:20 pm

of course he won, he pitched to a foot wider plate than anybody else did :?

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:22 pm

Chipper's Southern Bell

May 27th, 2012
5:23 pm

Let us hope Fredi came to manage

TnBrian

May 27th, 2012
5:25 pm

Davey Johnson is creepy looking. You can tell he’s had some of his jaw removed from cancer, yet he still always has tobacco in his mouth.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:28 pm

I don’t think I have ever seen anybody as concerned about chewing as you are, you bring it up all the time

JasonInFL

May 27th, 2012
5:28 pm

Rangers have 12 runs and Hamilton is 0-4. That is one good team.

JasonInFL

May 27th, 2012
5:29 pm

Andrus batting .306 with a .387 OBP and a .801 OPS.

N8

May 27th, 2012
5:30 pm

“of course he won, he pitched to a foot wider plate than anybody else did”

Not in his first 50 or so starts he didn’t.

JasonInFL

May 27th, 2012
5:31 pm

How about Paul Konerko? Dude is on fire. Now batting .399 with 11 HRs, a .476 OBP, .681 slugging, and a 1.157 OPS.

rick

May 27th, 2012
5:31 pm

braves should have called up gattis instead of career minor leaguer boscan

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:32 pm

which was prolly why his first 50 starts were so poor ……. ;)

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:33 pm

“braves should have called up gattis instead of career minor leaguer boscan”

They would have had to order more beer and hot dogs to deal with all the sell-outs and they were not prepared to do that.

rick

May 27th, 2012
5:33 pm

mike minor and betancourt to the cubs for dempster get it done wren, they might even throw in soriano

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:34 pm

yeah so far this year, the rest of the time he has pretty much stunk especially considering the park. Excuse me if I kinda think that ol’ Elvis is most likely in the midst of an outlier period

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:35 pm

Let us hope Fredi came to manage

No he came for the free eats in the clubhouse, a deep tissue massage, and then a sauna.

What do you think he came for, you goof?

TnBrian

May 27th, 2012
5:36 pm

I was speaking of his appearance,nolie. It’s due to chewing tobacco. You old grouch. :lol:

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:36 pm

why would they call up a guy who is on the DL list?
and anybody who complains about Boscan last night is and idiot, and after today he will likely not start again

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:37 pm

oh poo Brian you bring it up every week ;)

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:39 pm

Re-acquire Kelly Johnson. Talk Phil Niekro out of retire (Dale Murphy, too). Trade Minor for the Phil rotation; throw in Delgado. Wave the entire Braves roster. Call up Evan Gattis and see how many positions he can play at once.

Dawg'88

May 27th, 2012
5:41 pm

McCann not playing tonight is just a symptom of whats wrong with this club. I know having the flu or strep throat is draining…been there. But to miss every game this week is ridiculous. Chalk another loss up with ole Boscan back there.

The front office has two great catching prospects in the minors and we keep using a retread that hits under .200 at AAA….at AAA. Why he is still in this organization is beyond me. Don’t give me the 40 man roster crap. To have JC on there and not one of the other two is stupid. Other organizations take chances to win but we save our prospects for nothing.

Sick of this team and organization for the way it is handled now. There is an obvious drop off in the last 10 years and no one wants to admit it in the front office. The everyday player depth in the minors is terrible but not at catcher. We need help now….not in 2-3 years.

Somebody wake up Frank and tell him that the season is on the brink of disaster.
And tell McCann to stop being languishing on the bench and suck it up for the team.
Geez…might as well DL him for crying out loud.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:41 pm

I heard that Evan can catch,man the hot corner and play both left and right all at the same time….

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:41 pm

I think this team needs… Mike Kelly.

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:42 pm

nolie, you’re onto something! ;)

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:44 pm

count_schemula, great idea! And what’s Dave Justice up to? Wait, Hank Aaron is doing much these days…

McFann =Ô= =Ô=

May 27th, 2012
5:44 pm

He hasn’t missed every game this week. Played Tuesday and was forced to play Friday. Prolly if he hadn’t had to play Friday, he’d be able to go tonight…

jeffrey d

May 27th, 2012
5:44 pm

I hear Gattis can gargle peanut butter

Largo

May 27th, 2012
5:45 pm

We can’t beat good lefty pitchers and Gio is a good one.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:45 pm

careful what y’all wish for, you might end up with a bumb like Pujols…

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:45 pm

“He hasn’t missed every game this week. Played Tuesday and was forced to play Friday. Prolly if he hadn’t had to play Friday, he’d be able to go tonight…”

He just needs LOVE, and SOUP!

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:45 pm

jeffrey d, no, that’s peanut brittle.

Lulz

May 27th, 2012
5:47 pm

effrey d
May 27th, 2012
5:44 pm

I hear Gattis can gargle peanut butter

LMAO

count_schemula

May 27th, 2012
5:47 pm

Man, Mike Kelly was a 2nd pick 1991 draft and gone at 25 years old.

He should be the new benchmark for Braves flame out.

keyLargo

May 27th, 2012
5:49 pm

When I lived in N GA and was going to a Braves game, I would always check the schedule and make sure Maddux was pitching and Glavine wasn’t. It seemed like an hour difference between the time it took to play the game between those two.

Glavine always nibbling on the corner and Maddux going 8 and throwing 90 pitches.

Jeff R

May 27th, 2012
5:49 pm

We can’t beat good lefty pitchers and Gio is a good one.

“We” meaning the blog team or the Bravos? I’ll assume the Bravos.

The Braves can’t beat anyone anymore. My prediction: the Braves lose every remaining game on the schedule… but make it to the playoffs because they set a record for the most consecutive losses in a season.

TnBrian

May 27th, 2012
5:50 pm

Who was it that swallered their wad of tobacco at 2nd base going back for a pop up? It was about two years ago. I want to say Brandon Phillips, but not sure.

Sopheee

May 27th, 2012
5:51 pm

I don’t like when we’re on ESPN.

nolie

May 27th, 2012
5:53 pm

I don’t like it when we loose a buncha games

Sopheee

May 27th, 2012
5:54 pm

I especially don’t like that. I’m going to go kick their butts in person on Wednesday.

VaBravesFan

May 27th, 2012
5:54 pm

I agree should have just DLed McCann to begin with. Missed a game in tampa, missed 3 against the Reds, Missed 2 against the Nats counting tonight. McCann hasn’t played a whole series since the beginning of May for the Cubs series.

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