No. 10 Minnesota at No. 27 Tennessee: Minnesota is another team without its starting QB - Teddy Bridgewater wrecked his left knee in practice and is gone for the season. Both the Patriots and Cardinals have Super Bowl aspirations and the talent to go all the way. Obviously the big news ahead of this clash is that Tom Brady is suspended for the opening four games of the season, and that means third year quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo steps in to lead the team out for their season opener.
San Diego star wide receiver went down with a major knee injury. Last year he totaled eight games before injury struck, this year he won't finish one. If the reports are accurate, this comes as a huge blow to both Allen and the San Diego Chargers, as Allen was poised to have a huge season. Allen suffered a kidney laceration in the eighth game of 2015 and missed the rest of the season.
Rodriguez allowed three runs - two earned - and four hits in six innings. Dustin Pedroia homered leading off the sixth and has a 28-game hitting streak against the Blue Jays. Lonnie Chisenhall doubled home a pair in the Indians' four-run third, two innings before Mike Napoli (NAP'-oh-lee) broke a 4-4 stalemate with his 32nd home run of the year.
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Strasburg had an MRI on the elbow earlier Thursday, one day after leaving a start in the third inning.? With Braves pitcher Mike Foltynewicz attempting to bunt after Dansby Swanson's leadoff double, Strasburg's 0-2 pitch sailed high. Strasburg wasn't in the clubhouse after the game. Cole, Giolito and Lopez are, Baker said, going to be pitching deeper into a season than they have before in their careers.
Hinch told reporters, including Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle . Instead of going to get the ball and "playing to the whistle", Houston Astros catcher Jason Castro made a decision to stand around and argue that the ball did, in fact, go off Lonnie's bat.