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Date Player
6/29/2015 Maikel Franco, Phi, 3B
Franco had two hits and drove in three runs in Sunday's finale of a doubleheader with Washington, an 8-5 victory.

Analysis: Franco, batting .304 in 41 games, is 16 for 38 (.421) with 14 RBIs in his last nine.
6/29/2015 Carlos Martinez, StL, P
Martinez held the Cubs to one run in six innings Sunday in a 4-1 victory, winning for the fifth time in six starts.

Analysis: Martinez has been lights out over the last month-plus for the Cardinals, going 6-1 with a 1.35 ERA in his last eight outings.
6/29/2015 Melky Cabrera, CWS, LF
Cabrera went 3 for 5 with a dinger on Sunday.

Analysis: Cabrera is getting his act together with 12 hits in his last 27 ABs.
6/29/2015 Odubel Herrera, Phi, CF
Herrera had three hits and drove in a run in Sunday's finale of a doubleheader with Washington, an 8-5 victory.

Analysis: Herrera, batting .251, was 2 for 18 in his previous 11 games.
6/29/2015 Chris Archer, TB, P
Archer had his six-game win streak snapped Sunday.

Analysis: Archer began the day with an AL-best 2.01 ERA. He yielded a career-high three homers while allowing five runs, five hits and striking out 10 over six innings. Archer dropped to 1-6 with a 5.48 ERA in nine career starts against Boston.
6/29/2015 Jason Hammel, ChC, P
Hammel took his third loss of the year Sunday, giving up four runs in four innings of a 4-1 loss at St. Louis.

Analysis: Hammel has now failed to complete more than five innings in three of his last four outings.
6/29/2015 Justin Masterson, Bos, P
Masterson notched his third win Sunday.

Analysis: Masterson gave up an unearned run in five frames. He won for the first time since beating Baltimore at Fenway Park on April 20. The start was the right-hander's first since a six-week stint on the disabled list with tendinitis in his pitching shoulder.
6/29/2015 Cesar Hernandez, Phi, 2B
Hernandez went 4 for 4 in the finale of a doubleheader against Washington on Sunday and had six hits in the two games.

Analysis: Hernandez, batting .271, is 15 for 35 (.429) in his last nine games.
6/29/2015 Yadier Molina, StL, C
Molina doubled twice Sunday against the Cubs.

Analysis: Molina is 18 for 48 with nine runs scored in his last 13 games, raising his season average from .274 to .293.
6/29/2015 Asdrubal Cabrera, TB, SS
Cabrera was 3 for 5 on Sunday.

Analysis: Cabrera still owns a sickly .635 OPS.
6/29/2015 Jhonny Peralta, StL, SS
Peralta hit his 18th double Sunday against the Cubs.

Analysis: Peralta's .849 OPS is his highest since an .885 mark in 2005.
6/29/2015 Grady Sizemore, TB, RF
Sizemore was 3 for 5 on Sunday.

Analysis: Sizemore made his Rays debut a success after he was dumped by the Phils.
6/29/2015 Brandon Guyer, TB, LF
Guyer was 2 for 4 on Sunday.

Analysis: Guyer owns a .751 OPS for Tampa.
6/29/2015 Chase Anderson, Ari, P
Anderson won for the third time in four starts Sunday, giving up four runs over seven innings in a 6-4 victory at San Diego.

Analysis: Anderson is 3-1 in five starts this month.
6/29/2015 Stephen Strasburg, Was, P
Strasburg had a season-best nine strikeouts in seven innings in a 3-2 win over Philadelphia on Sunday.

Analysis: Strasburg (5-5, 5.49 ERA) gave up two runs, four hits and one walk while improving to 2-0 with a 1.50 ERA in his two starts since returning from the disabled list (neck).
6/29/2015 Derek Norris, SD, C
Norris hit two homers Sunday against Arizona.

Analysis: Norris' 11 home runs are already a career high.
6/29/2015 Pablo Sandoval, Bos, 3B
Sandoval was 2 for 3 with a jack on Sunday.

Analysis: Sandoval is fashioning a .506 slugging percentage in his last 21 games.
6/29/2015 Xander Bogaerts, Bos, SS
Bogaerts was 2 for 4 on Sunday.

Analysis: Bogaerts is hitting .327 in his last 25 games.
6/29/2015 Trevor Bauer, Cle, P
Bauer lost to the O's on Sunday.

Analysis: Bauer gave up four runs, five hits and a walk over seven innings. "It's tough when they hit eight or nine balls hard," Bauer said.
6/29/2015 Michael A. Taylor, Was, CF
Taylor had three hits Sunday as the Nationals split a doubleheader with Philadelphia.

Analysis: Taylor, now batting .253, is 14 for 36 (.389) with five doubles in a nine-game hit streak.
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