- Week 16 Results- 


4 Hits

2 Misses

1 Push

Season to date: 61-40-4



Here are the results from week 16, followed by a recipe for Beer-Spring Onion Mustard.





With 3 HRs and 7 RBIs, Jason Werth continued to produce for your team outta the break. 7 Runs was also enough to help you win your matchup, and had a stolen base to boot.



Double I, Hunter had a great week of his own matching Werth’s 3 Dingers and 7 runs scored. He did it all with 9 hits.



Eventhough McLouth batted over .300 for the week, he didn’t do much with his 7 hits. Sure he got you a couple of two baggers and scored twice, but the rest of his line was a bunch of zeros. I wouldn’t say that helped.



Alex Rios had one less hit than McLouth and stole 2, but because he had more ABs, his average was just around the same as the previous mentioned jennings. Bottom line, he didn’t help you enough to take up a RF spot for your team.





Desmond Jennings looked poised for a strong second half, but he had a weak week. Only 5 hits and a RBI won’t cut it for your although the SB was nice.



Hunter Pence had a good week with 13 hits in 27 ABs, he didn’t score or drive in many runs, but that average was enough to help your team.






He turned in a dominant outing but did not factor in the decision Sunday afternoon against the Royals. Hector Santiago yielded two runs on five hits and four walks while striking out seven over 6 2/3 innings pitched. Santiago has permitted two earned runs or fewer in four of his last five starts. In his other start in week 16, He received no run support at home against the Detroit Tigers. It didn’t help that Santiago didn’t have his best effort on the night. Santiago ended up suffering the defeat to fall to 3-6 on the season despite his solid 3.38 ERA. He allowed six runs — three earned — on five hits and five walks with six strikeouts over six frames. He threw 110 pitches over that span.







Beer-Spring Onion Mustard


Mustard meets relish in this turmeric-and-beer-laced condiment, which gets a sweet boost from Vidalia onions.



3 tablespoons safflower oil

2 1/2 pounds thinly sliced Vidalia onions

1/2 cup mustard powder

1 tablespoon salt

1 teaspoon turmeric

1/3 cup cider vinegar

1 cup pale ale



Heat a large skillet over high heat.

Add safflower oil, and swirl to coat.

Reduce heat to medium.

Cook Vidalia onions, stirring often, until very soft, about 30 minutes.

Stir in mustard powder, salt, and turmeric.

Cook, stirring often, for 3 minutes.

Stir in cider vinegar, and raise heat to high.

Add pale ale, and cook, stirring often, until mixture is thick, about 5 minutes.

Let cool completely.


Storage: Mustard can be refrigerated for up to 1 week.








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