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Surprisingly, the dust has settled a few places and some of the riskier closers (Frank Francisco, Jim Johnson, Grant Balfour, Fernando Rodney (wtf?), Javy Guerra, etc.) have gotten off to good starts. That said, there’s still a dash of turmoil in Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Miami, Toronto and Washington.

Boston Red Sox - Mark Melancon is out of the picture and Alfredo Aceves looked great in his last save outing, so there’s a chance this situation is settling after a tumultuous start. That said, in leagues where every save and handcuff is owned, Vicente Padilla is worth a look. He hasn’t made many relief appearances in his career, but has been excellent so far in 2012, posting a 4.00 K:BB rate. It wouldn’t be shocking to see him take a similar turn as former teammate Brett Myers did in 2007 on his way to 21 saves. In addition, I’m continuing to lessen my stance that Daniel Bard ultimately ends up with more saves. Bard looked damn good in his first start of the year on Tuesday. If he can throw 160 innings of that quality, it’s the right move.

 Chicago Cubs – I firmly believe that Jed Hoyer and Theo Epstein want to extract as much value from Carlos Marmol as possible and that only can happen if he’s the closer. Consequently, unless he becomes utterly dreadful, I don’t expect him to lose his role. Furthermore, I’m not worried about his production. He should be right at the top of the closer heap in K’s and get plenty of saves. His ratios will do some damage, but that’s about it. If you’re in a deep league and feel like speculating, just go right past Kerry Wood and look to Rafael Dolis, a popular dark horse. Dolis, just 24, was signed eight years ago out of the Dominican Republic. Hi career began as a starter, but he transitioned to relieving last season at AA. In 72.2 IPs, he had a 1.37 K:BB rate, 3.22 ERA and 1.32 WHIP. Dolis hasn’t seemed to master his control but does have potential to be a high leverage arm in the pen. That said, unless Marmol is traded, his time probably isn’t 2012, but keep your eye on him in dynasty leagues.

Chicago White Sox – So far, so good for Hector Santiago, as he is perfect in save chances. While he allowed a HR in his last inning of work, he had one of those cushy gooshy 3-run save opportunities.  Robin Ventura made his first real decision giving the ball to Santiago and Santiago’s retro John Franco screwball, so he should have a long leash. He walked a ton of guys as a starter in AA last year (the highest level he’s pitched at in the minors), but, if he can harness his control, he can repeat Sergio Santos’s 2012. The door for speculating on Matt Thornton and Addison Reed will be nailed shut for the time being with two more save conversions.

Detroit Tigers – While he has recorded one save, Jose Valverde has been anything but automatic this season. He has given up four hits and a walk in         2.2 innings of work. Octavio Dotel is suddenly a very real handcuff in deep leagues. Nevertheless, Dotel is a flawed reliever as well and shouldn’t really face many left-handed batters. Valverde should have a long leash, but if you’re speculating, it’s best to get in on the ground floor.

Miami Marlins - Two appearances, no saves, two runs and a loss for Heath Bell this year. While it’s early, Bell has been on a downward trajectory with him losing 1.3 MPHs off his fastball last season. Given his contract and home ballpark, he should have enough of a cushion to maintain the closer role. However, if you can get equal value in a trade or “downgrade” to someone like Huston Street (while upgrading elsewhere), I’d certainly think about it.

Toronto Blue Jays –  While Sergio Santos has labored on the mound lately (as Grey noted a few days ago), General Manager Alex Anthopoulos gave him a vote of confidence and evoked some small sample size rhetoric in a TV spot during the Jays game on Tuesday against the Red Sox. Santos was brought in during the offseason to be the closer and Anthopoulos seems to be a process driven guy, so Santos should have a reasonably long leash. There will be some hick-ups throughout the year as he faces stiffer competition in the AL East (competition that takes pitches and is willing to watch a called third strike in late innings), but Santos has good stuff. For what it’s worth, the Blue Jays let Ricky Romero finish off the win against the Red Sox on Wednesday (of course he was straight dealing). Romero walked the first two batters he faced and Santos was told to get warm in the bullpen. Adrian Gonzalez hit a long fly off Romero that allowed Jacoby Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia (the tying runs) to tag and advance to second and third. That was Romero’s last pitch and Santos came in. Santos struck out Kevin Youkilis and got a weak grounder from David Ortiz.

Washington Nationals – It’s a shame that good news for Dr. James Andrews means bad news (initially) for fantasy baseball managers. Drew Storen has been the latest to visit Dr. Andrews after experiencing pain in his throwing elbow after a simulated game. This could spell a much longer disabled list trip than originally thought. Brad Lidge, who has been darn effective since his horrific 2009, likely has the pole position for the closing role. However, manager Davey Johnson will continue to switch off between Lidge and Henry Rodriguez until there is clarity on how long Storen will be out. It’s possible the hottest hand at the time will claim the saves. Lidge has the track record, eau du veteran and has pitched the best in a small smattering of innings. Own both, if you can.

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  1. Scott Zimmerman says:
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    Nothing about Broxton?

    • @Scott Zimmerman, Sometimes there are deadlines…As for Broxton, it was an odd inning and you can hang a lot of blame on Alcides Escobar. In the short term Broxton will have a decently long leash. I wouldnt be shocked if the Royals preferred to use Greg Holland during key moments of the game rather than saving him for the ninth. Obviously, if Broxton blows a few more saves, he’ll lose the job. I dont think that’ll happen though.

      That said, Greg Holland is a top middle reliever and there’s no hamr in stashing/holding him on your squads.

  2. Of course, there was a little bit of dust kicked up last night after I turned this column in. Also, just an FYI, I’ll be travelling a bit today, so if there’s a slight lag to me answering your question I apologize and will get to them as soon as I can (just not on the runway).

    Thanks for reading!

  3. EK says:
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    Harang or Richard for tomorrow?

    • EK says:
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      @EK, or Colon @ SEA

      • @EK, I’ll stick with Harand

    • @EK, Funny, was just looking at Friday’s starters. Dont mind both, but more comfortable with Harang (he’s better and going against a worse line-up).

  4. Stan Steamer says:
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    Am I crazy for wanting to drop Alexei Ramirez for J.D. Martinez? I have Cozart at short and a gimpy LoMo manning LF.

    • @Stan Steamer, Yep, hate to call you cazy, but wait for the majors to get a look at Cozart. I touted him as a sleeper, but there’s going to be an adjustment.

      Alexei is a fine player and solid shortstop. Meanwhile, J.D. Martinez isnt very good…maybe a .275 hitter with 10-12 HRs, eh.

      • A Hill O' Beans says:
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        @Albert Lang, I wouldn’t drop Alexei either, but, I think J.D. may be able to give you more than that.

        He hit .338 last year at AA, .341 in 2010 between A and AA, and .348 the year before that.

        He had 19 HR’s last year in 525 AB, 18 HR in 537 AB in 2010.

        Obviously there will be some drop off, but he should be able to give you around .285 – .290 with around 15 – 20 homers. He’s already got 2 homers this year, and call me crazy, but I think he’ll get more than 8 the rest of the way.

  5. ritch says:
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    Sheesh… closers are frustrating. Ok, I have Storen and his DL stint has left me with Joe Nathen,
    Hector Santiago, Acrves, Peralta, and Venters. I have been offered a trade : Matt Garza and
    Edwin Encarnacion and Marco Scutero FOR: Shaun Marcum , Mike Moustakas, and Javy Guerra.

    The other deal offer: Matt Garza and
    Edwin Encarnacion FOR: Shaun Marcum , Mike Moustakas, and Huston Street.

    I guess I am a little established closer desperate. Am I making a horrible trade ?
    I am in a points,h2h,mixed,10 team league.

    Ritch

    • @ritch, I dont see a ton of problems with your relievers. Nathan-Santiago-Aceves are establish guys, so they are fine. There isnt much need to own Peralta and Venters really, so I’d drop them for some speculative pick-ups.

      I probably wouldnt do either of those deals proposed to you. I like Garza and Encarnacion a good bit more than what you’d be getting back. Huston Street doesnt make up the difference in my opinion.

  6. Hawk says:
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    We should do away with Saves as a statistic.

    • Chunk says:
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      @Hawk, There was a nice article somewhere recently (helpful, I know) on shut downs and melt downs. It would be interesting to use those in a fantasy league, the same way some leagues use QS instead of W. Own someone based on their talent vs. their hierarchy in the bullpen.

      • Albert Lang

        albert says:
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        @Chunk, I think the article was from Jonah Keri building off some Fan/Rotographs work.

  7. dingbat says:
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    Speaking of closers, I just noticed that John Axford has pitched 2 1/3 innings and has recorded 7 strikeouts, meaning that every out he’s made so far this year has been via the K. Think Elias Sports Bureau has something to say about the longest K-only streak to start the season?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @dingbat, between the stash and the k’s what’s not to like with Axford

      • Hawk says:
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        @albert,

        And he’s got a great nickname – The Ax Man.

        • Albert Lang

          albert says:
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          @Hawk, a very good and important point

  8. Hawk says:
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    Francisco Liriano has burned me again. I fell for his good spring 20+ Ks, 1 BB, unhittable. Fast forward two weeks, it’s the regular season and his line today: 2 IP, 6H, 4 ER.

    The other day I was looking for a term that describe the loathing I feel when a guy who was good a year or two ago looks great in spring – which suckers you into drafting him – but then he sucks during the regular season year after year. Liriano is one of those guys. As such, I think the term should be named after him. I’d like to nominate the term “Liriano’ed” into the Razzball glossary.

    Liriano’ed – Being suckered by the good spring of a guy who had one or two good seasons but has been awful ever since.

    I’d also like to submit the term “Raburned” – A guy who has a great spring but does nothing during the season.

    There’s a difference between these two bums and it’s in the broken expectation of what used to be.

    You can recall the success of those bums who Liriano you. Guys who Raburn you never actually have regular season success, you’re just hoping on their spring stats.

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @Hawk, draw up a petition and I’ll sign it and put it in front of Grey!

      Liriano liriano’d me last year. Wouldn’t allow him on my radar this season

      • 3FingersBrown says:
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        @albert, Word. Liriano is dead to me.

  9. EK says:
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    Rodney or Jim Johnson?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @EK, why not both? I guess I’d take Johnson but its razor thin.

  10. bean says:
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    Thoughts on this trade?

    Ike Davis, Luebke for Rolen, Nieuwenhuis, Narveson

    12 Team (Roto) NL-Only league with no bench

    Trying to get Luebke on the cheap.

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @bean, much rather have Ike/Luebke. The other side is just filler guys. Even if Ike does nothing that side wins–so go for it!

  11. BucLover says:
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    Wow, talk about closers…I’m in a Yahoo pro-league rottisserie and a guy is trading Prince Fielder and Broxton for Kimbrel and Axford. In Yahoo pro leagues, there is a committee that revues trades, but they say they don’t deny unfair trades, just insure that the league is fair (what ever that means). I don’t know, but I think the guy getting a sure 35 HRs is the winner here. The guy giving up Fielder already has F.Rodney, Betancourt, Francisco Rodriquez, Mike Adams, Clippard,,,not sure why he feels the need to triple the next highest output for saves. The same guy willing to give up Fielder has offered me King Felix for Panda Bear. What do you think about the Fielder trade, and on the surface, at first glance, does the Felix H for P. Sandoval trade seem too good to not act on?

    • Albert Lang

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      @BucLover, I strongly believe anyone should be able to make the moves they want. If he has a plan he should be allowed to execute it.

      As for your trade, do you need an ace? Can you fill in for Panda? In a vacuum, Felix is better but not by enough that you shouldn’t look at other factors. Sometimes “winning” a trade doesn’t make sense from a tam make-up (roster and categories).

  12. TheNewGuy says:
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    Hey Al, do you really think Melancon is outta the Red Sox closing picture already? Aceves still doesn’t exactly have much of a track record at closer, and Melancon does last year.

    • Albert Lang

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      @TheNewGuy, I think Melancon is out yes, 90% confident. Didn’t think his stuff would translate well to AL, also think the sox prefer Aceves. For that org its more about stuff/ability than experience. Bailey is coming back at some point as well. So I have no problem with ditching Melancon in ever league but the deepest.

      • TheNewGuy says:
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        @albert, Ok I’ll ditch him, but do you think Aceves has the stuff/mindset to succeed as closer? Don’t really know much about him, he just sorta arrived…was he a big prospect in the past? Good numbers last year?

        • Albert Lang

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          @TheNewGuy, Aceves has solid stuff, one of those failed starters who are suited for the pen. As for the mentality, I’m not sold but compared to other options, don’t think the Red Sox have much of a choice but to give it a whirl.

  13. Poo Holes says:
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    Does that Lidge blown save make Rodriguez the guy in Washington? Hank is on waivers in my 10 team league, do I put in a claim when I have Street, Walden, Kenley Jansen, and Venters?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @Poo Holes, incredibly fluid situation there in Washington. Indeed, Henry has taken a slight lead and should be owned over Ventners.

      • Poo Holes says:
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        @albert, Forget to mention I also have Aceves too. I put in a waiver claim so I guess it won’t hurt. Thanks for the advice and keep up the great work!

        • Albert Lang

          albert says:
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          @Poo Holes, thanks for reading!

  14. cole says:
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    great updates!

    i currently have henry rodriguez…someone dropped aceves, i have #1 waiver claim…my other closers are betancourt, marshall, santiago, & myers

    do i grab aceves for h-rod???

    • Albert Lang

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      @cole, I’d probably just stand pat and not use waiver on that move

      • cole says:
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        @albert, thank you, that’s kinda how i felt too…keep up the good work!

  15. B.J. says:
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    Liriano looked lousy again today. Worth hanging on to in a 12 team H2H or cut him loose for one of the following: Sale, Bud Norris, Volquez or put in a claim for Wandy who was dropped today

    My other SP are MadBum, D. Hudson, J. Zimmermann, Romero, Anibel Sanchez, Johan, Colby Lewis.

    • Albert Lang

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      @B.J., I’d love to get Wandy but also like Bud Norris. Both pitchers better than Liriano

    • Hawk says:
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      @B.J.,

      Liriano’s line through 2 IP was 2ip, 5 ER. He must’ve settled down in innings 3-5. Not saying that makes him keep-able or anything, just noting it.

      I’d rather go with Volquez.

    • DonSlaughtOnslaught says:
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      @B.J., Chris Sale, run him until he meets his innings cap.

  16. Baron Von Vulturewins

    Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    Capps looking shaky today. Worth dropping Melancon for Perkins?

    I’d like to see Aceves put together 2-3 straight clean outings before writing off Melancon for good….

    • A Hill O' Beans says:
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      @Baron Von Vulturewins, Capps is getting pretty friggen unlucky today. Double play ball that would have made it none on and 2 out bounced off the bag and into center field, so instead it’s first and third with nobody out.

      Then he gets another double play ball and the ump screws up the call at first and calls the guy safe even though he was clearly out.

      Game should be over at 10-8 right now.

      • Baron Von Vulturewins

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        @A Hill O’ Beans, Good to know — thanks for the report. Do you see Lidge’s blown save today too? Reports on Twitter had at least one double as a gaffe by Zimmerman.

        That one hurt, since I own Gio. And Lidge.

        • Albert Lang

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          @Baron Von Vulturewins, all things true there. I would rather have Perkins than Melancon. Its a skills thing. Just don’t see Melancon suceeding much this year

        • A Hill O' Beans says:
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          @Baron Von Vulturewins, I didn’t see the Washington game, but it always sucks when YOUR closer blows the win for YOUR starter. Double ouch!

          • Baron Von Vulturewins

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            @A Hill O’ Beans, Yes — and no suck-out Win for Lidge, or a save for Marshall (who I also own). But I’ll take the QS and like it.

    • TheNewGuy says:
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      @Baron Von Vulturewins, Was thinking exactly the same. Capps is pretty awful, Perkins much the better pitcher. They’ll give him a long leash but I think Perkins becomes the closer sometime this season.

    • DonSlaughtOnslaught says:
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      @Baron Von Vulturewins, Capps is probably amongst the worst closers in the leagues pitching for an awful team.

  17. BERK says:
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    So I’ve got Storen as well as Morse & Carpenter in a keeper league with 2 DL spots. How long do I let one of these turds take up a bench spot & who do I cut?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @BERK, have no problem cutting Carpenter

  18. chattanooga says:
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    you really like Dotel as a handcuff over Benoit? I know Dotel has had closer experience, but Benoit has been shut-down good since joining the Detroit bullpen. I also think Benoit has a larger arsenal of pitches and makes less mistakes than Dotel. Thoughts?

    • Albert Lang

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      @chattanooga, I do. I think they’re comfortable with Benoit in the 8th and wouldn’t want to mess with him. But you’re right, its probably at least a toss up. Just think Leyland prefers the vet and roles to remain constant

  19. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Adams picks up the SV, with Nathan having pitched the previous 2 days (and looking terrible on the 2nd). How long do you think his leash is with Washington? The only place I could pick up Adams I’d either have to drop H. Rodriguez (which I don’t think is a good idea) or go without a C for a couple days, since I’ve got a Ron Popeil in there anyway.

    • 3FingersBrown says:
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      @Steve Stevenson, I was just thinking about dropping Lidge for Adams. Does anyone think that’s a sound move? My closers are Motte, Street and Lidge with Farnsworth on the DL.

      • Albert Lang

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        @3FingersBrown, heard whispers today there are slight concerns about Nathans ability to go back to back and be effective. Adams is a great pitcher so he’s a nice hedge. But Lidge has a clearer path to saves so I’d stay pat

  20. Son of a Beachy says:
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    In a dynasty league, might have overpaid a bit for some saves, but I traded Myers/Shields/Morrow for Gallardo/Wilson/Walden…my RP before then were Johnson/Myers/Aceves/Clippard…now this makes it to where I can play all 5 RP at a time….Morrow scares me, although his ceiling is high… My SP now is Gallardo/Lester/Beckett/Niese/Milone and a streaming spot…good idea, or am I off my rocker?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @Son of a Beachy, you are firmly planted on your rocker, you upgraded a bunch of places. Good work!

  21. I Whittle Gnomes says:
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    I have Nicasio and Daniel Hudson facing each other tomorrow at Coors. Start both, sit both, or bet on one over the other?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @I Whittle Gnomes, the fact that they are facing each other doesn’t matter. Starty them if you normally would. I’d sit Nicasio personally and role with Hudson

  22. No Name says:
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    Is Ryan Dempster a must own at this point in a 10 team league??

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @No Name, I thought he was before the season started!

  23. Bud says:
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    Pick Two: Jair Jurg, Arrieta, Vargas, Duffy, Westbrook, Hochevar or Chen

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @Bud, I’d just go matchup to matchup, like Hochevar, Jurrjens the most

    • Hawk says:
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      @Bud, Duffy, Jurrjens

  24. mrobs says:
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    Thinking about dropping Peralta for Holland…. thoughts?

    • Chunk says:
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      @mrobs, Holland is the better pitcher I think.

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @mrobs, I’d absolutely drop Peralta for Holland

  25. savechaser says:
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    do i drop jansen for adams at this point?

    • savechaser says:
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      @savechaser, or drop holland for adams, either or

      • Poo Holes says:
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        @savechaser, Jansen is filthy if K/9 is a stat in your league. Holland could get saves sooner, though. If it were me, I’d hold.

    • Albert Lang

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      @savechaser, I think holland is the closest to saves and almost as good as Jansen, so makes sense to go get Holland

  26. VinWins

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    Brian Wilson breezes through the 9th for his first save! Just 32 pitches, 3 hits, 1 walk, and a run!

    • peter says:
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      @VinWins, And, boy, did he look terrible. The trainer had to hold his hand during that last out.

      • Albert Lang

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        @peter, but that is breezing given how poorly closers have performed so far

  27. Long time reefer, first time commenter. The only way Vincente Padilla would be worth a look at anything would be if he were auditioning for a role as a villain in the next Dick Tracy movie.

  28. Will says:
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    I need RP help. I have clippard, Romo, Pestano, Henry Rod, and Broxton. I can pick up Rauch, Reed, Holland, Thorton and other “backup” closers but no one currently with a job. I have Bailey on the DL. Any recommendations or should I just stick with who I have? If I should make a change, who do I drop first.

    • Albert Lang

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      @Will, drop clippard for holland

  29. Albert Lang

    albert says:
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    Hey guys thanks for reading and all the comments. Sorry for my delay as I was flying today. If I missed any questions (doing this all on a blackberry) please repost and alert me.

  30. princerudynasim says:
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    Nice call on Dolis. Saw that kid in spring and he looked good and been raving since. What are your thoughts on James Russell? Loving this guy. Saw him in spring and vs Mil and he’s throwing some nasty stuff at times.

  31. mike says:
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    need some advice..great site!

    12 team mixed roster is
    c molina
    1 votto
    2 b phillips
    3 prado
    ss Jeter
    mi N walker
    CI Freese
    OF Stanton
    OF Stubbs
    OF Car Gonzalez
    OF Andre Eithier
    OF Luck Scott
    UTL Carlos Pena

    SP Kershaw
    SP Lincecom
    SP Shields
    Sp Volquez
    SP Ubaldo Jimenez
    RP Balfour
    RP Johnson (baltimore)
    RP S Marshall
    RP Farnsworth
    RP Lidge

    Just got offered J Bruce and Cliff Lee for Kershaw and Lincecom…Im very scared of Tim going forward but with lack of power on team Im thinking of taking deal what do you think?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @mike, its a fair deal and you’re offloding risk, makes sense to me

      • mike says:
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        @albert, Thank for the advice. Do you like j Bruce for this team? Do you think Tim is injured? Ive got a funny feeling a DL trip is coming soon

        • Albert Lang

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          @mike, not a huge fan of Bruce but he should be fine with your offense and you can’t scoff at 30 HRs. I’m real worried about Lincecum and don’t want that risk.I wouldn’t give Lince away but you aren’t even coming close to that, you’re getting draft day value

  32. Sour Stilton says:
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    In a dynasty, you would take DOlis over Wilton Lopez, I assume. Which is closer to saves?

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @Sour Stilton, to be honest, its a total coin flip. I do think Myers is more immediate trade bait which should put Lopez closer to saves. In addition, I think Dolis needs a bit of seasoning. So I’d take Lopez. Still eouldnt be shocked if at tjis time next year Dolis is closer.

  33. dave says:
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    i still don’t get how your not a big fan of henderson alvarez .. i usually can get on board with you on most things, but that comment has been bugging me for a couple of days now. He’s the real deal, i feel this year you’ll come to the dark side and admit your error

    • 3FingersBrown says:
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      @dave, I’m with you Dave. I’ve been wondering about that too. I’ve got him in H2H, so I’m looking forward to his next start against the O’s.

      As a back of the rotation guy you can do far worse and I think he has a lot of upside. He’s hella efficient (great command, high GB%) so he’ll go deep into games. These Jays are improved and I don’t think the AL East is as scary as it once was.

  34. dave says:
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    that was meant for grey, sorry

    • Albert Lang

      albert says:
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      @dave, ha, was just going to ask if you mean Grey. I LOVE henderson alvarez, google my and his name and you’ll see a love letter I wrote him.

  35. papasmurf says:
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    I don’t see the fascination with Dolis.

    • Albert Lang

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      @papasmurf, I’m kind of with you on thios. But I’ve never seen him and scouts love him

  36. JeffFromTallahassee says:
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    Trade Bell for Balfour or Santos?

    • Albert Lang

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      @JeffFromTallahassee, no, in this instance you should stand pat

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