FANFOOD 2 for 2 RESULTS week 4












Week 4 was a good one for the FANFOOD 2 for 2. Out of 4 starts, most of them were quality. Here are the results followed by a great recipe, this time it’s No-Fail Grilled Burgers, to help you celebrate National Hamburger Month and coincidentally, National Barbecue Month.




Week 4

FANFOOD goes 3 for 4  

Season: .750 (12 for 16)


1. Julio Teherán


Julio Teheran was brilliant Sunday against the Reds, tossing eight efficient and scoreless innings, but he did not get a decision as Atlanta won in 10 innings. Teheran allowed three hits while fanning five and walking two. He threw 94 pitches, 61 for strikes. With one earned run allowed over his last three starts covering 24 innings, Teheran has lowered his ERA to a miniscule 1.47. in his other start of the week, allowed just one earned run on five hits and one walk in seven innings while striking out eight Monday but didn’t factor into the decision in his team’s 4-2 win over the Marlins. Teheran has had a little trouble finding strikeouts in the early-going despite turning in great numbers otherwise, but he ramped up the punchouts Monday while leaving with a lead that was squandered in the ninth inning. He didn’t get any wins to show for his two starts and didn’t get any losses.


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2. Hyun-Jin Ryu


It was a tale of two starts for Hyun-Jin Ryu as he took a step back on Sunday against the Rockies, suffering his second loss of the season in a 6-1 defeat. He allowed six runs on nine hits and no walks while striking out three over five innings. In his first start of the week, Tuesday against the Phillies,  Ryu settled for a no-decision despite tossing his fourth quality start in six trips to the mound. He allowed just two runs despite scattering nine hits and a pair of walks. Ryu didn’t have his best stuff, striking out just three batters for the second straight start, while throwing 68 of 106 pitches for strikes. The quality start helped your team but his one loss and overall stats for the week stung a bit.


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No-Fail Grilled Burgers


May is National Barbecue Month so let’s celebrate with some fun facts about grilling out from a survey conducted by the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association.


  • More than 80% of us own at least one grill or smoker.
  • 64% of us say grilling out is a better way to spend time with family and friends.
  • 58% think grilling is more fun than eating out.
  • 70% of outdoor chefs believe grilling provides a healthier routine by getting us out of the house to enjoy the outdoors.


So how to celebrate this important holiday (where’s our day off)?

Let us count the ways:

Throw a party! But don’t do it all yourself. Ask your friends to bring their favorite food to grill and then make it a communal potluck.

Grill something new. If you’re a hamburgers and hotdogs kind of griller, branch out. Get some great ideas for out-of-the-box recipes on Char-Broil LIVE.

Add a little smoke to the equation. You can add a smoky flavor to your food with a variety of wood chips. If you need inspiration, check out the smoker boxes at Char-Broil.

They turn any grill into a smoker.

Try some sensational sides. While the main event is on the grill, anything from potatoes to a favorite vegetable can be cooking on the upper rack in foil packets with seasonings and butter.

Experiment with rubs and marinades. They can take the flavor of grilled inspirations from good to great.

If you’re new to grilling, try this no-fail burger recipe. Adding a mixture of a small amount of bread and milk to the patties guarantees they’ll turn out tender and juicy even if you overcook them.



1 slice sturdy white bread, crusts removed
2 tablespoons whole milk
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 pound ground chuck
Spray oil



Preheat the grill to medium.
Tear the bread into small pieces and add them to a bowl with the milk.
Stir until the mixture has formed a paste.
Add the salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce and combine thoroughly.
Add the hamburger and combine well.
Form the ground beef mixture into four patties,
using your thumb or finger to make an indentation in the center of each burger.
Spray the flat sides of the burger patties with oil and put them on the grill, indentation sides up.
Grill the patties for 4 minutes or until moisture appears in the indentations.
Spray the patties with more oil and flip.
Continue cooking another 4 minutes.


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