Doesn't sound good for Danks. I'll keep my fingers crossed that he can help us in September. It might not be realistic to hope for much more than that.
Hopefully, Humber is able to come back and pitch decent. I don't expect huge things from Phil because he's nothing more than a back-end starter at the end of the day. But, he does have more talent than Axelrod and I'd like to see him pitch up to his capabilities. He wasn't doing that for much of May or June.
I'm sure KW is on the prowl for pitching help, but it's a seller's market with so many teams still believing they have a shot at it.
JB's attendance record:
2004: 14-5; 2005: 16-8; 2006: 19-10; 2007: 8-12; 2008: 15-7; 2009: 6-13; 2010: 12-11; 2011: 9-8; 2012: 11-7; 2013: 8-9; 2014: 6-8; Total: 124-98.
Next game: Sept. 27 vs. Kansas City
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