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Jonathan Broxton picked up his first save of the season with a scoreless ninth inning against the Pirates on Tuesday. He allowed one hit and one walk with no strikeouts.
It wasn't the cleanest of outings, but he was able to force Andrew McCutchen to flyout to end the game with two runners on to lock up his first save of the year. Considering the lack of experience in save situations in the Reds bullpen, Broxton should continue to get the call when needed in the ninth inning. If he is available, he is a must-own at this time if you are in search for saves. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Aldon Smith said he is "hungry" to bounce back in 2015.
While that's all well and good, the bottom line is that Smith needs to stay focused on the field and out of trouble off it. His suspension really hurt the 49ers defense and with a new regime taking over, he needs to really prove that he's more than just a problem child. He can be one of the best in the game if he's focused, so if he's really that hungry, the 49ers will let him eat. Analysis: Howard Bender