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Closer Rating System: Elite–Players with the strongest hold on their role in bullpen; Solid–Players that could lose their job/team’s with solid backup in place; Shaky–Players that could lose their job at any moment; Committee–Players that are sharing the role with one or more teammates. Get all your latest up-to-date daily bullpen news by following @mlbdailybullpen. American League Bullpen Report Baltimore Orioles (CL) Solid Jim Johnson (R)–Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Friday night in a non-save situation allowing one hit while striking out one batter on six pitches thrown. This was Johnson's first appearance since last Saturday, so despite it not being a save chance the Orioles needed him to get some work in. 6 PC-6 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Tommy Hunter (R)--Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday in a non-save situation allowing one hit on only eight pitches thrown. Hunter has been struggling as of late, but has now pitched back-to-back solid outings, so it appears he has turned things around. 8 PC-4 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Darren O’Day (R)--Took the loss on Wednesday night after surrendering one run on two hits between the eighth and ninth inning. O'Day falls to 5-1 following this appearance, but has been pitching well as of late, so expect him to bounce back his next time out. 18 PC-15 ST (7/24/13) Boston Red Sox (CL) Solid Koji Uehara (R)–Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Tuesday night in a non-save situation retiring all three batters he faced in order. Uehara needed only 11 pitches to work through the frame, as he continues to impress working in the ninth inning role. 11 PC-7 ST (7/23/13) (SU) Junichi Tazawa (R)--Earned his 17th hold of the season Tuesday after pitching 1.1 innings of scoreless relief. Tazawa has had his ups and downs this season, with Tuesday'd performance being one of his better outings, retiring all four batters he faced, with three strikeouts. 20 PC-16 ST (7/23/13) (MR) Matt Thornton (L)--Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday allowing one hit while striking out one batter on 11 pitches thrown. This was Thornton's first appearance since Wednesday so expect to see much more of him int eh upcoming days. 11 PC-7 ST (7/28/13) Injured--Joel Hanrahan (Forearm), Andrew Bailey (Shoulder) Chicago White Sox (CL) Solid Addison Reed (R)–Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday in a non-save situation retiring all three batters he faced in order. Reed needed only 11 pitches to work through the appearance, forcing two fly ball outs while striking out one batter to keep the game tied heading into the bottom of the ninth inning. 11 PC-9 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Matt Lindstrom (R)--Failed to record an out in his appearance on Friday night allowing three runs on three hits and one walk. Lindstrom has now pitched back-to-back days so expect him to get the day off on Saturday. 17 PC-9 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Nate Jones (R)--Pitched 2.1 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one hit while striking out four batters on 38 pitches thrown. Considering his high pitch count, expect Jones to get the day off on Monday. 38 PC-27 ST (7/28/13) Injured--Jesse Crain (Shoulder) Cleveland Indians (CL) Solid Chris Perez (R)--Pitched two innings of relief on Friday night in a non-save situation retiring all six batters he faced in order. Perez needed only 18 pitches to work through the frame, forcing five ground ball outs while striking out one batter to keep the game tied heading into the 11th inning. 18 PC-13 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Joe Smith (R)--Was charged with a blown-save on Friday night after surrendering two runs on two hits in the eighth inning. After a great first half of the season, Smith has now allowed three runs in both of his appearances in the second half, so maybe the extra time off was detrimental. 18 PC-13 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Vinny Pestano (R)--Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday in a non-save situation allowing one walk on 13 pitches thrown. Pestano entered with a big lead, so it was much less of a pressure situation than he is used to pitching in, which made it a great time to use him considering his recent struggles. 13 PC-6 ST (7/28/13) Detroit Tigers (CL) Solid Joaquin Benoit (R)–Recorded his 10th save of the season Friday night after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit while striking out one batter on only 11 pitches thrown. Benoit continues to get the job done, but could end up back in the setup role if the team decides to go after a big name reliever by the trade deadline. 11 PC-9 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Bruce Rondon (R)--Pitched one inning of relief on Sunday allowing one run on two hits in the eighth inning. Rondon has now given up an earned-run in three straight appearances, so hopefully he can turn things around before the team decides to go in a another direction in the setup role. 17 PC-13 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Al Alburquerque (R)--Was used in the eighth inning on Tuesday night, surrendering two runs on two walks. Alburquerque continues to have trouble with him command, having now allowed five runs over his last three appearances, which could warrant a demotion if his struggles continue. 25 PC-15 ST (7/23/13) Injured– Octavio Dotel (Shoulder) Houston Astros (CL) Solid Jose Veras (R)–Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Wednesday night in a non-save situation retiring all three batters he faced in order. Veras needed only 10 pitches to work through the frame forcing two ground ball outs while striking out one batter. 10 PC-7 ST (7/24/13) (SU) Hector Ambriz (R)--Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Friday night allowing one run on one hit while striking out one batter on 16 pitches thrown. Ambriz has now pitched three of the last five days, bit with a day of rest in between each outing, he should be available on Saturday. 16 PC-11 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Wesley Wright (L)–Pitched 0.1 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one hit and one walk while striking out one batter on 15 pitches thrown. Wright continues to allowed base runners at a high rate, but considering the other options in the Astros bullpen, there is no reason to think he will get demoted. 15 PC-6 ST (7/28/13) Kansas City Royals (CL) Solid Greg Holland (R)–Earned his 27th save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless 12th inning allowing two hits on 14 pitches thrown. Holland has now pitched back-to-back days, but with a scheduled day off on Monday expect to see him available for the team's next game. 14 PC-9 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Aaron Crow (R)–Picked up the win on Sunday after pitching a scoreless eighth inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Crow needed only 14 pitches to work through the frame forcing one ground ball out and one fly ball out while striking out one batter to get the job done. 14 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Tim Collins (L)--Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one hit while striking out one batter on seven pitches thrown. This was Collins' first appearance since last Monday so expect to see him used more often in the upcoming week. 7 PC-5 ST (7/28/13) Los Angeles Angels (CL) Solid Ernesto Frieri (R)–Recorded his 25th save of the season Wednesday night after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing two walks while striking out one batter. Frieri bounced back nicely from a terrible outing on Tuesday, and will likely get the day off on Thursday after pitching consecutive days. 20 PC-10 ST (7/24/13) (MR) Kevin Jepsen (R)--Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one run on two hits and one walk. Jepsen needed 22 pitches to get through the appearance, and has now pitched three straight days, so a day off is in store for him on Monday. 22 PC-13 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Scott Downs (L)–Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Tuesday night allowing one walk on 11 pitches thrown. Downs has now pitched back-to-back days, but considering his low pitch counts, he should be available on Wednesday. 11 PC-4 ST (7/23/13) Injured:  Ryan Madson (Elbow), Sean Burnett (Elbow) Minnesota Twins (CL) Solid Glen Perkins (L)–Recorded his 25th save of the season Friday despite allowing one run on two hits in the 13th inning. Perkins got himself into a jam, but was able to escape unharmed by forcing three ground ball outs to get the job done. 16 PC-9 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Casey Fien (R)--Pitched two innings of relief on Friday night retiring all six batters he faced in order. Fien needed only 21 pitches to work through the appearance forcing one ground ball out and one fly ball out while striking out four batters to keep the game tied. 21 PC-17 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Jared Burton (R)–Pitched 0.1 innings of relief on Friday night allowing one hit on six pitches thrown. The Twins didn't show much confidence in Burton, who faced only two batters in the appearance, as he continues to struggle in tight situations. 6 PC-5 ST(7/26/13) New York Yankees (CL) Elite Mariano Rivera (R)–Picked up the win on Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning in a non-save situation retiring all three batters he faced in order. Rivera needed only 12 pitches to work through the frame, forcing three ground ball outs to keep the Yankees within striking distance heading into the bottom of the ninth inning. 12 PC-8 ST (7/28/13) (SU) David Robertson (R)–Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday allowing one hit while striking out two batters on 14 pitches thrown. Robertson has now pitched three of the last four days, but luckily for him the Yankees have a scheduled day off on Monday so he will be ready to go for their next game. 14 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Boone Logan (R)–Pitched a scoreless seventh inning on Sunday retiring all three batters he faced in order. Logan forced two ground ball outs and one fly ball out to get through the inning, which was his first appearance in five days. 12 PC-7 ST (7/28/13) Oakland Athletics (CL) Elite Grant Balfour (R)–Recorded his 27th save of the season Friday night after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit on 18 pitches thrown. Balfour bounced back nicely after blowing his first save of the season on Tuesday, so expect him to keep rolling from here. 18 PC-11 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Ryan Cook (R)--Pitched a scoreless seventh inning on Friday night allowing one hit while striking out one batter on 15 pitches thrown. Cook has now pitched three of the last five days, but has had a day off in between each appearance, so expect him to be available on Saturday if needed. 15 PC-8 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Sean Doolittle (L)–Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday retiring all three batters he faced in order. Doolittle has bounced back nicely from a poor few weeks, and has now pitched three straight scoreless innings of relief. 10 PC-7 ST (7/28/13) Seattle Mariners (CL) Shaky Tom Wilhelmsen (R)--Recorded his 24th save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit on 10 pitches thrown. Wilhelmsen appears to have turned the corner after a rough few weeks, but is still only a few blown-saves away from losing his job once again. 10 PC-8 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Oliver Perez (L)--Pitched a scoreless 12th inning on Friday night allowing one walk while striking out one batter on 18 pitches thrown. Perez has now pitched back-to-back days so expect him to get the day off on Saturday. 18 PC-10 ST (7/26/13) (MR)  Charlie Furbush (L)--Pitched a scoreless 10th inning on Friday night retiring all three batters he faced in order on only nine pitches thrown. Furbush forced one ground ball out and one fly ball out while striking out one batter to get the job done. 9 PC-6 ST (7/26/13) Injured–Stephen Pryor (back) Tampa Bay Rays (CL) Solid Fernando Rodney (R)–Collected his 25th save of the season Friday night after recording the final out of the ninth inning. Rodney needed only six pitches to work through the frame, forcing the only batter he faced to ground out to lock down the victory for the Rays. 6 PC-3 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Joel Peralta (R)–Pitched a scoreless seventh inning on Sunday allowing one hit and one walk while striking out two batters on 22 pitches thrown. This was Peralta's first appearance since last Saturday, so expect to see much more of him in the upcoming days. 22 PC-14 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Jake McGee (L)--Took the loss on Sunday after surrendering one run on two hits and two walks in 1.1 innings of relief. McGee threw 34 pitches in the appearance, so expect him to get the day off on Monday. 34 PC-20 ST (7/28/13) Texas Rangers (CL) Elite Joe Nathan (R)–Recorded his 32nd save of the season Wednesday night after recording the final out of the ninth inning allowing one hit on five pitches thrown. Nathan has now pitched three consecutive days so expect him to get the day off on Thursday. 5 PC-3 ST (7/24/13) (SU) Tanner Scheppers (R)–Pitched a scoreless seventh inning on Sunday retiring all three batters he faced in order. Scheppers continues to get the job done in middle relief, now lowering his earned-run average to 1.70 on the year. 10 PC-8 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Joakim Soria (R)--Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Friday night allowing one walk while striking out one batter on 10 pitches thrown. Soria has now pitched back-to-back days so expect him to get the night off on Saturday. 10 PC-5 ST (7/26/13) Toronto Blue Jays (CL) Solid Casey Janssen (R)–Picked up the win on Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Janssen needed only 13 pitches to work through the frame, forcing two fly ball outs while striking out one batter to get the job done. 13 PC-7 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Steve Delabar (R)--Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday allowing one hit while striking out two batters on 17 pitches thrown. Delabar continues to strikeout out batters at a high rate, having now recorded two strikeouts in each of his last three appearances. 17 PC-11 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Brett Cecil (L)--Picked up the win on Friday night after recording the final out of the seventh inning. Cecil needed only eight pitches to work through the frame, forcing two ground ball outs to keep the Blue Jays within striking distance. 8 PC-4 ST (7/26/13) Injured– Sergio Santos (Triceps) Continue to Page 2 to view the National League Bullpen Report... National League Bullpen Report  Arizona Diamondbacks (CL) Shaky Brad Ziegler (R)--Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday in a non-save situation allowing one hit while striking out one batter on 12 pitches thrown. Ziegler continues to get the job done in the ninth inning, so there is no reason to think he is going to lose the job anytime soon. 12 PC-9 ST (7/28/13) (SU) David Hernandez (R)–Took the loss on Wednesday night after surrendering one run on one hit and one walk in the 12th inning. Hernandez has now allowed three runs over his last two appearances, and will need to turn things around if he wants to stay in the setup role. 19 PC-11 ST (7/24/13) (MR) Heath Bell (R)–Pitched two innings of relief on Wednesday night allowing one hit while striking out three batters on 34 pitches thrown. Considering his high pitch count, Bell will likely get the night off on Thursday. 34 PC-20 ST (7/24/13) Injured: Matt Reynolds (Elbow) Atlanta Braves (CL) Elite Craig Kimbrel (R)–Recorded his 31st save of the season Sunday after pitching a 1-2-3 ninth inning. Kimbrel has now pitched three consecutive days, so expect him to get the day off on Monday. 8 PC-6 ST (7/28/13) (SU)  Jordan Walden (R)--Picked up his 11th hold of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless eighth inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. With Craig Kimbrel likely unavailable on Monday, expect to see Walden used in the closer role if a save situation arises. 15 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Luis Avilan (L)--Picked up his 16th hold of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless seventh inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Avilan needed only 11 pitches to work through the frame, forcing one ground ball out while striking out two batters to get the job done. 11 PC-8 ST (7/28/13) Injured– Jonny Venters (Elbow),  Eric O’Flaherty (Elbow) Chicago Cubs (CL) Solid Kevin Gregg (R)--Recorded his 22nd save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one walk while striking out one batter on 23 pitches thrown. Gregg has now pitched three straight days, so expect to see him get the day off on Monday. 23 PC-13 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Pedro Strop (R)--Earned his fifth hold of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless eighth inning allowing one hit while striking out one batter on 17 pitches thrown. Strop continues to impress since joining the Cubs bullpen and has yet to allow an earned-run making him the front runner to close if Kevin Gregg is dealt prior to the deadline. 17 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) James Russell (L)--Picked up his 17th hold of the season Wednesday after recording the final out of the seventh inning. He needed only three pitches to work through the appearance, forcing one fly ball out to get the job done. 3 PC-3 ST (7/24/13) Injured--Kyuji Fujikawa (Forearm) Cincinnati Reds (CL) Elite Aroldis Chapman (L)–Recorded his 24th save of the season Thursday night after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit and one walk on 26 pitches thrown. Chapman forced one fly ball out while striking out two batters to work through the frame, and has now recorded two strikeouts in each of his last three appearances. 26 PC-15 ST (7/25/13) (SU) J.J. Hoover (R)--Pitched 1.2 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one walk on 26 pitches thrown. Hoover has now pitched back-to-back days, so expect him to get the night off on Monday. 26 PC-16 ST (7/21/13) (MR) Alfredo Simon (R)--Pitched 2.1 innings of relief in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader allowing one run on three hits. Simon threw over 30 pitches, so expect him to get the day off on Wednesday. 31 PC-22 ST (7/23/13) Injured--Sean Marshall  (Shoulder), Jonathan Broxton (Elbow) Colorado Rockies (CL) Shaky Rex Brothers (L)–Recorded his seventh save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Brothers needed only 13 pitches to work through the frame, forcing two fly ball outs while striking out one batter to get the job done. 13 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Matt Belisle (R)--Picked up the win on Sunday after pitching one inning of relief allowing two runs on two hits. This wasn't the best outing from Belisle, but at least the offense was able to capitalize and get him off the hook. 23 PC-17 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Wilton Lopez (R)–Pitched 0.1 innings of relief on Thursday surrendering four runs on four hits int he ninth inning. Lopez has now pitched back-to-back days, so expect him to get the night off on Friday. 9 PC-6 ST (7/25/13) Injured--Rafael Betancourt (Appendectomy) Los Angeles Dodgers (CL) Solid Kenley Jansen (R)–Pitched a scoreless ninth inning on Sunday in a non-save situation retiring all three batters he faced in order. Jansen has now pitched three straight days, but with a scheduled day off on Monday he should be available when the Yankees come to town. 9 PC-7 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Ronald Belisario (R)–Pitched 0.2 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one walk while striking out one batter on 18 pitches thrown. Belisario has now put together two solid outings since he was roughed up last Wednesday, so it appears he has gotten right back on track. 18 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Brandon League (R)–Picked up the win on Sunday after pitching two scoreless innings of relief allowing one walk on 21 pitches thrown. League finally appears to have settled down since being removed from the closer role, and will be a big part of the team's bullpen as they make a push for the playoffs. 21 PC-12 ST (7/28/13) Miami Marlins (CL) Solid Steve Cishek (R)–Recorded his 22nd save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit and one walk on 20 pitches thrown. Cishek got himself into a jam, but was able to work through it by forcing two ground ball outs and one fly ball out to secure the victory for the Marlins. 20 PC-13 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Mike Dunn (L)--Picked up his 14th hold of the season Friday night after recording the first out of the eighth inning. Dunn needed 16 pitches to work through the frame, forcing one ground ball out to get the job done. 16 PC-11 ST (7/26/13) (MR) A.J. Ramos (R)--Earned his sixth hold of the season Friday night after pitching a scoreless seventh inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Ramos struck out the side on 15 pitches thrown, and has now totaled seven strikeouts over his last four innings of relief. 15 PC-10 ST (7/26/13) Milwaukee Brewers (CL) Shaky Jim Henderson (R)--Recorded his 11th save of the season Wednesday night after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one walk while striking out two batters on 24 pitches thrown. Henderson has now pitched back-to-back days, so expect him to get the day off on Thursday. 24 PC-15 ST (7/24/13) (SU) John Axford (R)–Took the loss on Sunday after allowing two runs on three hits in the eighth inning. Axford recorded only one out in the appearance before being pulled in favor on Burke Badenhop, so was able to stop the bleeding. 16 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Brandon Kintzler (R)--Pitched two innings of relief on Thursday allowing two hits on 18 pitches thrown. Kintzler forced six ground ball outs in the appearance, which was his first since Monday, and should be available on Friday considering his low pitch count. 18 PC-15 ST (7/25/13) New York Mets (CL) Solid Bobby Parnell (R)–Was used in a non-save situation on Sunday allowing one run (unearned) on two hits in the eighth inning. Parnell was needed earlier than usual in this contest after the Mets bullpen allowed five runs, so there is no reason to worry about him being call upon prior to the ninth inning. 14 PC-10 ST (7/28/13) (SU) LaTroy Hawkins (R)--Took the loss in Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader after surrendering a walk-off home run to Ryan Zimmerman in the ninth inning. Hawkins has now pitched back-to-back days so expect him to get the day off on Saturday. 12 PC-6 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Scott Rice (L)--Pitched a scoreless eighth inning in Game 1 of Friday's doubleheader allowing one hit on nine pitches thrown. Rice has only pitched 1.1 innings of relief over the last five days, so he should be used more often the next few days. 9 PC-5 ST (7/26/13) Injured– Frank Francisco (Elbow) Philadelphia Phillies (CL) Elite Jonathan Papelbon (R)--Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Sunday allowing two hits and one walk on 26 pitches thrown. Papelbon has now pitching only three times since July 14, having given his fantasy owners little to no return over that time frame. 26 PC-18 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Antonio Bastardo (L)–Pitched 1.2 innings of relief on Sunday allowing one run on two hits and one walk. Bastardo needed 22 pitches to work through the appearance, forcing two ground ball outs and one fly ball out while striking out two batters. 22 PX-15 ST (7/28/13) (MR) Justin De Fratus (R)--Pitched two innings of relief on Wednesday night allowing two walks while striking out two batters on 39 pitches thrown. Considering his high pitch count, De Fratus should get the day off on Thursday. 39 PC-22 ST (7/24/13) Injured--Mike Adams (Shoulder) Pittsburgh Pirates (CL) Solid Mark Melancon (R)--Recorded his third save of the season Wednesday night allowing one hit while striking out one batter needing 10 pitches to get the the appearance. Melancon has now pitched back-to-back days, so expect to see Tony Watson used in the closer role on Thursday. 10 PC-6 ST (7/24/13) (SU) Tony Watson (L)--Earned his 13th hold of the season Monday night after pitching a scoreless eighth inning allowing one hit on 10 pitches thrown. With Jason Grilli likely headed to the disabled list Watson should move into the setup role, which gives him added value in holds leagues. 10 PC-6 ST (7/22/13) (MR) Justin Wilson (L)--Picked up his ninth hold of the season Wednesday after recording the final out of the eighth inning. Wilson allowed two runs on two hits in the appearance, but did not give up the entire lead, despite a poor outing. 13 PC-9 ST (7/24/13) Injured--Jason Grilli (Forearm) San Diego Padres (CL) Solid Huston Street (R)--Recorded his 19th save of the season Sunday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning retiring all three batters he faced in order. Street needed only 11 pitches to work through the frame, forcing one ground ball out and one fly ball out while striking out one batter to secure the win for the Padres. 11 PC-6 ST (7/28/13) (SU) Luke Gregerson (R)–Pitched 0.1 innings of relief on Thursday allowing one run on two hits and one walk int he seventh inning. Gregerson has been very inconsistent over the last month of the season, but he is still serviceable if you are looking to improve on the holds category. 16 PC-11 ST (7/25/13) (MR) Dale Thayer (R)–Picked up his 17th hold of the season Thursday after recording the final two outs of the sixth inning. Thayer has now pitched back-to-back days so expect him to get the night off on Friday. 16 PC-11 ST (7/25/13) San Francisco Giants (CL) Solid Sergio Romo (R)–Took the loss and was charged with his fourth blown-save of the season Friday night after allowing two runs (zero earned) on one hit and one walk in the ninth inning. The defense behind him didn't do him any favors in this contest, after both runs scored on an error by Brandon Belt in the inning. 22 PC-12 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Jeremy Affeldt (L)--Picked up his 11th hold of the season Saturday after recording the second out of the seventh inning. Affeldt needed 12 pitches to work through the frame, allowing one walk before forcing a fly ball out to earn the hold. 12 PC-7 ST (7/20/13) (MR) Javier Lopez (L)--Earned his seventh hold of the season Tuesday after recording the first two outs of the eighth inning. Lopez needed 12 pitches to work through the appearance, forcing one fly ball out while striking out one batter to get the job done. 12 PC-9 ST (7/23/13) St. Louis Cardinals (CL) Elite Edward Mujica (R)–Recorded his 30th save of the season Thursday after pitching a scoreless ninth inning allowing one hit while striking out two batters on 14 pitches thrown. Mujica has now recorded three saves over the last five days, as he continues to get plenty of save chances for the Cardinals. 14 P-10 ST (7/25/13) (SU) Trevor Rosenthal (R)--Picked up his 24th hold of the season Thursday after pitching a scoreless eighth inning allowing one hit while striking out one batter on 13 pitches thrown. After a bad outing on Saturday, Rosenthal has now logged two solid outings appears to have gotten back on track. 13 PC-11 ST (7/25/13) (MR) Randy Choate (L)--Pitched a scoreless eighth inning on Friday night allowing one hit while striking out one batter on only seven pitches thrown. Choate has only pitched 1.1 innings of relief since last Saturday, so expect him to be used more often over the next few days. 7 PC-6 ST (7/26/13) Injured– Jason Motte (Elbow), Fernando Salas (Shoulder) Washington Nationals (CL) Solid Rafael Soriano (R)--Picked up the win in Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader after pitching a scoreless ninth inning in a non-save situation. Soriano bounced back nicely from a terrible outings on Thursday, but will likely get the day off on Saturday after pitching consecutive days. 24 PC-11 ST (7/26/13) (SU) Tyler Clippard (R)–Pitched a scoreless eighth inning in Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader allowing one hit on only nine pitches thrown. Clippard has separated himself from Drew Storen, who has been struggling lately, so expect him to continue to be used in the setup role moving forward. 9 PC-7 ST (7/26/13) (MR) Drew Storen (R)--Pitched 0.2 innings of relief in Game 1 of Friday's doubleheader surrendering three runs on three hits in the final frame. Storen has been terrible this season and has allowed six runs over his last two appearances so expect him to continue to be used in lesser roles until he works out his issues. 10 PC-9 ST (7/26/13) Matthew Beck is a Fantasy Sports Columnist for Rotoinfo.com. If you have any questions or comments feel free to e-mail him at matthewbeck@rotoinfo.com. 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