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Matt Lindstrom hits the DL with a sore elbow and should be out at least 6 weeks.  He’s fine to drop if you don’t have DL room, since he may not be the closer when/if he returns.  Rudy and I were talking over IM when the news of Matt Lindstrom hitting the DL broke.  We looked at the options.  Dan Meyer or Leo Nunez?  Meyer is a lefty that has been handling righties well this year.  Nunez has posted ERAs of 3.18, 3.77, 6.43 in the first three months of the season and he just hurt his ankle on Tuesday.  We went with Meyer on all of our teams.  At worst, we have a guy who has pitched well.  A few hours later, Nunez said his ankle was fine.  If I had to do it over again, I would’ve went with Nunez because he’s probably first in line for saves.  SAGNOF, after all.  I’m holding Meyer for now just to see how this plays out.  So far, it’s played out with Meyer getting the first save.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Edinson Volquez – Almost a month after heading to the DL, Edinson has elbow inflammation.  This is obviously terrible news for his owners.  An arm setback after almost of a month hiatus usually means he’s not coming back for a while.

Homer Bailey – Should get the call on Saturday.  That call goes like this, “Hey, Dusty here.”  “This is Homer.”  “Simpson?”  “Bailey.”  “What’s up, Homer Bailey?”  “You called me.”  “Oh.”  Dusty puts down the phone at this point and makes Harang throw 200 warmup pitches.  Then Homer hears in the background Dusty telling Paul Janish to hang up the phone.  Bailey’s worth grabbing in NL-Only leagues.  I wouldn’t trust him in mixed leagues shallower than 15 team.  He’s fubar’d too many opportunities at this point to run out and grab him.  And if you do grab him, don’t start him.

Jonny Gomes – HR yesterday as he fills in for Beltran on three of our teams.  (The “our” is for Rudy.)

Aaron Hill/Adam Lind – Both homered, 16th and 15th, respectively.  I feel like I answer lots of trade questions about getting rid of these guys.  Why does everyone want to lose them?  Afraid of happiness?  They’re solid.  Rios or Hill?  Hill.  Lind or Markakis?  Markakis, but not really by much and Lind can out perform him.  30/100 is nothing to sneeze at.  Unless you’re allergic to productive outfielders.

Brad Lidge – Should return today, I’d hold Ryan Madson for the time being, because Lidge has been ready to pitch in 28 games so far this year and has a 7.27 ERA.

Kenshin Kawakami – Was hit with a linedrive to the side of his neck.  Should be fine, according to his doctors that are located over the *pinkie to mouth* Throbs Neck Bridge.

Evan Longoria – Left with moans over his hammy.  He said he’ll be back by Thursday.

Pat Burrell – Hit his 2nd homer of the year.  2nd homer?  That’s awful.  Hopefully, he hasn’t been clogging up too many of your teams.  The good news is if he’s on waivers he gets very hot for stretches.  Could hit 10 homers in the next month.

Matt Garza – 8 IP, 1 ER, 7 Ks vs. Phils.  Last two starts, he couldn’t get through the 6th inning and gave up 4 and 3 runs, respectively.  When Garza pitches, you know you’re going to get something.  What something is a whole different ballgame.

Joe Blanton – 7 IP, 2 ER, 10 Ks.  Yeah, and I had Wolf going all over the place giving up five runs to the White Sox.  Fantasy Baseball, Aggravating you for over twenty years.

Rich Harden – 5 1/3 IP, 2 ER, 3 Ks, 4 walks.  I’ve never been a fan of Harden.  But I wasn’t a fan of the when-healthy-extremely-effective Rich Harden.  Who is this Rich Harden?  This isn’t him.

David Ortiz – HR yesterday.  I’m willing to admit it, he’s back.  Now you’re still up against a guy who has no position eligibility.  That kills your team’s flexibility.  You see a hot hitter on waivers?  With Ortiz at UTIL, you’ll have no place to put him.

Grady Sizemore – 2nd game back, first homer.  Great sign!  Then again, he hit a homer the day before he went on the DL.  Damn you, half empty glass.

Zach Duke – 6 IP, 1 ER.  Has a 3.09 ERA on the year.  Zoinks!

Adam LaRoche – 3-for-4, 11th homer, 2nd steal, 1 cat saved from a burning building.

Nick Evans – HR yesterday as he got the start at first.  Makes sense for the Mets to give the kid starts over Tatis, not sure if he’ll continue to start over Murphy though.  He may find himself in a platoon of sorts and hurting his breakout potential.  He does have solid pop and a decent eye.  Other than NL-Only keepers, it’s a bit early to be looking at him.

Ricky Nolasco – 7 IP, 0 ER, 7 Ks.  I won’t go as far to say he’s fully back, but I will say he seems fully back.  Modified!

Nick Blackburn – 8 IP, 3 ER, 12 baserunners, 2 Ks.  41 Ks/26 BBs on the year with a 3.11 ERA.  You are a statistical anomaly!

Miguel Olivo – Another homer yesterday.  Has something like 20 homers this month.

Josh Fields – 2 HRs yesterday.  That’s one homer for each start he’s had in the last ten days.

Gavin Floyd – 6 IP, 1 ER.  I hope someone’s riding this wave so I can live vicariously, because I don’t own him in any league. (<–Not by choice.)

Frank Francisco – Being eased back into the closer role.  They ease much longer and he’s going to be back on the DL before he gets another save.

Brandon Morrow – Threw 2 innings three starts ago, 3 innings two starts ago, then 4 innings one start ago.  Guess how many yesterday?  Yup, 5.  Anyone want some action on how many he’s going to throw next time out?

Vladimir Guerrero – Hit his 2nd homer yesterday.  Now only two behind the Subaru pace car of Abreu.

Everth Cabrera – Newest shortstop-schmohawk-SAGNOF guy.  Definitely worth a flier if you need steals.

Vicente PadillaAfter a typical start, after a 7 IP, 1 ER start.

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  1. agarthered says:
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    I have Howard, Bruce and Reynolds on my team right now, would you trade Howard for Miggy??

    Also Cj Wilson or Ryan Madson?

  2. knighttown says:
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    I’ve been preaching Dan Meyer here for awhile but I need to point out to some that you might be able to get both Meyer and Nunez in one spot. In TSN leagues, Meyer has SP eligibility so I can leave him in as my 5th SP. Then Nunez can have the open RP slot until things are sorted out.

  3. and1mcgee says:
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    @ agarthed: i dropped miggy in one league where i had depth….

  4. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    wait wait wait a minute here!

    1) yes, trade howard for miguel cabrera (sorry, i think miggy is an awful sounding nickname and i refuse to use it).

    2) YOU EFF’ING DROPPED MIGUEL CABRERA?!?!?!?! is it a 2 team league?!?!?!?!?!?! hell, even in a 2 team league, cabrera is arguably the #2 1B behind pooholes, and almost assuredly would be your best util/CI option.

  5. T-BZA says:
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    So, my Chipper and Meche for his Roy Boy Oswalt….Currently have Kung-Fu Panda @ C (Y! C and 3B eligible) and Soto scooped off waivers riding pine (who seems to be on the upswing)…

    10X10 10 team mixed (OPS League)…Appreciate it

  6. JRT says:
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    Alright, another random trade question. My Broxton/DeRosa/Drew for his Ichiro/Shin-Soo – I know I want this, but how do I convince him as well? He also wants Bailey, so I would ask for Baker in addition.

  7. Dom says:
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    @ agarthered – I’m confused, is Miggy: Miguel Cabrera or Maggilo Ordonez? Cabrera = hell yeah. Ordonez = hell no.

  8. youngcapitalist says:
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    Mauer and Clay Buchholz for Jose Reyes, Aramis Ramirez, and Matt Thornton (in a non-keeper league)…Which side would you take?

  9. Dom says:
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    Trade Question: I was offered Pujols for Billingsley and Kemp. 5 x 5, 10 team league. I’m currenty in second overall (1st in pitching, 6th in hitting). My new pitching line-up would be (Haren, Cf Lee, Oswalt, Lowe, Danks & Hanson off the bench). Pujols would replace Morales. My OF is staked, plus I have Hamilton and A-Ram coming back in a few weeks.

  10. mikey boy324 says:
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    grey some1 dropped morrow today in my 12 team h2h i was thinking of dropping downs for him being that i picked up frasor what you think?

  11. Dom says:
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    @youngcapitalist – I’d want Mauer. Reyes and ARam are both big gambles to take, I wouldn’t want to do that.

  12. youngcapitalist says:
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    @Dom: @ThePoonTycoon: Miggy=Cabrera and Mags=Maglio…that’s how it should be at least.

  13. big o says:
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    miggy = tejada
    cabrera is just another jhonny-come-lately

  14. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    @youngcapitalist: which is why the 1st and 3rd posts are so baffling.

    @big o: if it is miguel tejada then i would not make the trade and i can understand dropping him in the right situations.

  15. Paulie Allnuts

    Paulie Allnuts says:
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    @and1mcgee: @ThePoonTycoon: If you are in a Yahoo League, you would not be able to put Miggy on waivers, as he is on the can’t drop list. So it must be Maggs. If it is Miggs, and you are in a league where you can drop anyone, I would like to be the guy in your league with the 1st draft choice.

    Grey – Again, I defer to your wisdom. You wrote plenty about Volk before the season began. I disagreed, drafted him in 3 leagues, and now have a sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach that he will follow the path of Brandon Webb.

    BTW, perhaps a MENSA number cruncher like Rudy can figure the percentage of players on waivers, especially pitchers, compared to previous years. My subjective feeling is that the number is up. My personal belief is that the players miss HGH.

  16. Suck My Wieters says:
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    Grey,

    horrible call telling me to start Marquis last night!!!!

  17. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:
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    Great update, possibly the best line I’ve seen in a while:

    “Left with moans over his hammy.”

  18. sean says:
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    @Paulie Allnuts: Any imput on Nieve? I wasn’t impressed when I saw him against the Yanks, but now he’s shutout the Cards over six and is 3-0 with a miniscule ERA/WHIP. He walked four last night, but two free passes were handed to Fat Albert…

  19. jk says:
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    anyone going to start smoltz tonight

  20. Paulie Allnuts

    Paulie Allnuts says:
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    @sean: For some reason, I have missed watching most of the games where Nieve has pitched. He has done an incredible job, but his recent pitching does not seem to be in line with his career marks. He has been in the minor league system almost 10 years. My guess would be that he is a flash in the pan, but I would like to see what Grey/Rudy have to say about him. I would presume that he is a good pickup in NL only leagues, and mixed leagues of 14 teams or more.

    As for Puhols, I would walk him just about every time he came up to bat. in some situations, I would consider walking him with bases loaded, as I believe was done in the past with Ted Williams, although i could be wrong about that. If he is steroid free – which is a big if – I think that he is the best pure hitter since the Headless Splinter. If you look at his worst year, and compile those numbers over the course of his career, he would still be a first ballot H.O.F. candidate.

  21. @Paulie Allnuts: Yeah I can’t understand why ANYONE pitches to PUJOLS. I mean even if the Cards are way up why let them put more on you by pitching to him? Its crazy but teams just keep throwing like he’s going to all of a sudden “miss”. LOL DONKEYS

  22. MJB says:
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    Grey- 12 team 5×5 (Keep 9)
    Would you deal Votto & 10th round pick next year (1st after keepers) for Manny & Bedard?
    I have Berkman to play 1B; OF is questionable Soriano/Damon/Abreu (Drew/Pierre bench); SP looks weak too but I’m scoring well Greinke/Shields/Lilly/(Lowe/Harden/Meche matchup)

    Hate to move Votto though in a keeper

  23. latroy hawkins worth a speculative grab? does valverde have a good chance of getting dealt?

  24. Critter Nagurski says:
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    Bad news on Uehara today. Gimme that spot start Washburn!

  25. Mr. Rickey says:
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    I’ve been using Podsednik as a fill in for CQ but the following are available for pickup: Denard Span, Vernon Wells, Reimold, Hairston (SD), Fowler, Rowand and Thames. Any of these a significant upgrade going forward? 10 team Roto 5X5. I could use RBIs and runs btw.

  26. Mr Baseball says:
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    Trade Offer

    Matt Wieters AND Zack Greinke FOR José Reyes AND Kyle Blanks

    I have Brian McCann as my catcher and Ben Zobrist as my shortstop now

    its a 2 year keeper league – I get to keep these players for the next two season – I have Reyers and Blanks

  27. Scott says:
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    Kemp’s numbers based on lineup position:

    4th: 158/273/211 in 19 AB’s
    5th: 267/389/267 in 15 AB’s
    6th: 271/338/441 in 59 AB’s
    7th: 311/371/489 in 135 AB’s
    8th: 478/520/652 in 23 AB’s
    9th: 545/583/1091 in 11 AB’s

    Keep it up, Joe!

  28. Commish Cauda (formerly Mike) says:
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    @Tony Y: Depends on if you have to drop anyone of note, but I say yes to both. I’ve been holding onto Hawkins in my 16-team, mixed, H2H-5X5 league banking on Valverde to be traded.

  29. shaq to the cavs…. i dont know if this is a good thing or a bad thing! God i hope he can stay healthy all year, then its a good thing, and i hope his ego doesn’t get in the way….

    crazy…

  30. @Mr Baseball: Aren’t you guys noticing lotttttsssss of people trying to move REYES? The dudes hurt, his legs hurt…. NOT GOOD.

    I wouldn’t want to deal with him, quentin (who i own), aramis (i own in one league), or half these other hurt smucks….

    why bank on them coming back and being full go when you own healthy players… might be huge rewards, but there’s a bigger risk….

  31. Robert says:
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    Liriano to a frustrated Bruce owner. Enough to offer?

  32. I'm Keith Hernandez says:
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    Drop Liriano for Nolasco?

  33. Baron Von Vulturewins

    Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    @ThePoonTycoon: (In George Bluth Sr. voice): “And that is why we don’t overuse nicknames.”

    @Suck My Wieters: Manage your team, man! It’s all good to seek wise counsel, but ultimately, you make the calls. And you take it like a man when Marquis nut-punches you.

    @Tony Y: This smells bad to me. Though I guess it worked in Miami.

    THANK YOU: I am enjoying the fruits of Gavin Floyd, as per your recommendation.

    QUESTION: An antsy owner just dropped Randy Wolf. Do you like him better than anyone in the back end of my rotation, which is to say:

    Front-end: C-Bills, Gallardo, Slower
    Back-end: Oswalt, Floyd, Hanson

    ?

  34. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @agarthered: Wilson. I’d take Miggy there.

    @T-BZA: I don’t mind it, but I think you can do slightly better than Oswalt.

    @JRT: I’d take the Broxton side on a lot of teams, so I think you can convince him.

    @Dom: I’d take Pujols.

    @Suck My Wieters: I said I wouldn’t own him, but if you do you may as well start him. Wasn’t a ringing endorsement.

    @mgeoffriau: Thanks, I liked that line too.

    @jk: I would.

    @MJB: I wouldn’t.

    @Tony Y: I own Hawkins in a few leagues already.

    @Mr. Rickey: I’d go with Vernon.

    @Mr Baseball: I’d hold tight.

    @Scott: If only there were a ten hole…

    @Robert: Sure, I’d want Bruce there.

    @I’m Keith Hernandez: Sure

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: Think he’ll be better than Hanson this year, but Hanson’s upside is worth holding.

  35. PhillyYorker says:
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    Trade in Keeper League with OBP and SLG
    I give: Grandy, Cano and Gallardo
    I get: Utley

    Thoughts?

    I dropped Wolf for Trancaso, holds is a stat in my league. Torre seems to have found a horse he wants to ride to death and I wanna come along for that ride.

    My managerial move of the year: At 8:07, four minutes to post, I sat Wolf. Had Nolasco pitching a gem and didn’t want to muck up a good night.

  36. Greg says:
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    Grey – thank you for telling us to start Nolasco yesterday. YES!

  37. Greg says:
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    I picked up Adam LaRoach because he’s always been a 2nd half player and I booted Scotty Poddy… and saving cats from burning buildings is a plus!

  38. Frank Rizzo says:
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    What’re the chances Dan Meyer holds onto the closing job? Nunez is gimpy and has sucked otherwise. Why not let Meyer take a crack at it?

    I haven’t done it yet but, I’m considering picking up Meyer if he’s going to get a shot at closer. He’s got SP eligibility in Yahoo so you’re double dipping on saves….that’s always good. I’m just a little leary because all signs are pointing to a quick return for Leo and he gets the job handed to him.

  39. Commish Cauda (formerly Mike) says:
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    I picked up Nunez as trade bait.

    What do you think of trading Nunez & Nelson Cruz for Markakis to get an OF upgrade?

  40. Neil says:
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    @jk: me!

  41. Pops says:
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    @Commish Cauda (formerly Mike): I love Markakis as much as the next guy – but is dealing Nelson Cruz really going to upgrade you outfield?

  42. Commish Cauda (formerly Mike) says:
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    @Pops: It’s a 16-team, H2H-Points league. I’m thinking Markakis will be more consistent as well as be a slight upgrade moving forward. If he has the strong second half that he is capable, he may be an even bigger upgrade.

    You guys agree or no?

  43. Commish Cauda (formerly Mike) says:
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    @jk: I did in three deep leagues I had him stashed

  44. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @PhillyYorker: Nice Wolf sitting. I wouldn’t do that trade, giving up too much.

    @Greg: You’re welcome.

    @Greg: Saving cats is a cat? Nice.

    @Frank Rizzo: I think Meyer gets some saves here and there, I don’t think he holds onto it and is the closer of choice for the rest of the season.

    @Commish Cauda (formerly Mike): Trade seems fair, but unnecessary.

  45. big o says:
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    @Grey:
    this morning i dropped iannetta and picked-up soto in my non-keeper h2h 10-teamer .
    not really buying in to a soto turn-around , but here’s what my convoluted brain considered :
    a) less exposure to NL west SPs
    b) more houston and wrigley … less petco and san fran
    c) cubs won’t re-make team … rockies might
    d) there IS no “d” .

    thanking you , in advance , for your opinion .

    oops … e) knowing these guys , iannetta will prolly stay in the FA pool … soto would have gotten grabbed by tomorrow .

    and yes , here’s where i took hamilton …. in the 1st round

  46. Moneybrawl says:
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    What are your thoughts on Rollins for the remainder of the season?

  47. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @big o: That seems fine.

    @Moneybrawl: I just wrote a post on him. Check the Buy/Sells on the left sidebar.

  48. big o says:
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    money … money … money … money

    bannister screwed me on his last time out ,
    but there’s NO way he and moehler keep these guys from putting up 50 runs today .
    bet the farm on the over (9+1/2) .
    or , in the case of b.f. Hip , the water hole .

  49. BSA says:
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    Overall/General Roto question for Grey and others who have won their leagues.

    What have been some team numbers/stats for those teams who have won their leagues? In other words how many HR, R, RBIs, BA, SB, or ERA, WHIP, K, W, S.

  50. agarthered says:
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    @Everyone Miggy = Cabrera I am sorry to confuse some of you. Who on earth would trade Howard for Tejada.

  51. jerkstore says:
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    @Baron Von Vulturewins: great George Bluth reference. I’ll see you later on the Bob Loblah Law Blog.

  52. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @BSA: Depends on the league size. In the preseason, Tim over at Rotoauthority does something like that. I think he just uses a small sample size so not sure how accurate but you can check it out.

  53. BSA says:
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    @Grey: Just sitting here wondering just what I should want my numbers to look like and how I could possibly project out. Thanks!

  54. mgeoffriau

    mgeoffriau says:
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    Oh come on….Soto hits another HR, benched today. We certainly can’t have him get locked in at the plate, can we? The last thing we want is a certifiable hot streak.

  55. Teef says:
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    Just got an offer of Michael Young for his Jimmy Rollins and Carlos Zambrano

    Am I missing something or do I accept this in a heartbeat?

  56. G says:
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    Give up Jurrjens for Scott? Scott’s getting cold right now but I need OF depth ..pull trigger?

  57. Sucklingduck says:
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    I finally got an offer for Matt Cain. Dude offered me Alex Rios and Scott Richmond. Is that enough or should I hold out for more. I’m pretty stacked at pitching and Cain can’t keep this up all year can he?

  58. JR says:
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    @BSA: Hey, I think Tim calls it “What it Takes to Win” or something.

  59. Robert says:
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    In a head to head league, am I better off letting Hanson go and picking up Floyd? Thanks.

  60. Dim says:
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    Prince, Haren, Scherzer or JaVazquez, JJohnson + Berkman?

  61. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Robert: Apples and apples. I’d hold tight.

    @Dim: I’d take the Prince side, it’s close though. Can go either way.

  62. i dealt McGhee (MIL) for Mike Gonzalez today…

    semi-meaningless, but Mcghee has no chance of playing on my team and Gonzalez is kinda in a platoon closer role with raffy soriano…. but i guess saves are saves and i’m not giving up anything valuable to me for them.

    GOOD DEAL?

  63. Grey

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    @Tony Y: I like it for you.

  64. @Grey: I’m very deep offensively and pitching, a little weak on closers/saves.

    Deep offense/deep pitching = 1st place right now

    But of course losing to my most hated league mate this week! STUPID RANDY WOLF AND UBLADONUTS!!!

  65. MJB says:
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    12 team 5×5 (Keep 9)
    1B: Berkman, Votto
    3B: A-Rod, Reynolds, Branyan
    OF: Soriano, Damon, Abreu (Drew, Pierre BN)

    Only 1 Util spot so I feel like I need to deal a 1b/3b to pick up an OF. Branyan has no value to anyone. Would you deal Reynolds for Manny + 10th rd pick (1st after keepers)? Or too steep with that high of a pick?

  66. I’ve thought about offering TULO for CARLOS LEE.

    The guy has 8 OF’ers and we can only start 3 plus 3 utility slots and his SS is FURCAL…. bleh

    THE Q: Do i wanna deal away TULO? At the moment he’s on fire… Is he actually gonna keep it up to a certain extent or frickin bottom out again?

    Carlos Lee was/is dealing with some hammy issues too right? Thats my other concern….

  67. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @MJB: I could see getting Manny there.

    @Tony Y: I’d take Carlos Lee there.

  68. BSA says:
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    @JR: Thanks -

  69. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    @agarthered: that’s what i thought, is there a reason you would want howard over cabrera? cabrera could conceivably bat 100 points higher than howard, hit nearly as many HRs, and give you similar RBIs.

    and my confusion was triggered by the response of someone saying they dropped “miggy”, which early in the morning made my head explode. i figured it had to be another “miggy”.

  70. john says:
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    Please list the following OF in the following orders: alphabetical, age, GPA in high school, age they lost their virginity and overall usefullness for the rest of the season…

    Lind, Flyin Hawaiian, McClouth, Ludwick, Hawpe

  71. Frank Rizzo says:
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    Speaking of Miggy, on the radio broadcast they reviewed his double today….it hit the railing and bounced back in, not the top of the wall. It was not reviewed during the game but it was in fact a HR. Robbery!

  72. T-BZA says:
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    Would you say it’s too early to stash Alex Gordon on the DL if you happen to currently employ one Larry Jones at 3rd Base?

    This issue becomes dropping an arm like the WHIP destroyer Gil Meche…

    Many Thanks.

  73. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @john: Victorino, McLouth, Lind, Hawpe, Ludwick…

    @T-BZA: I wouldn’t drop Meche to stash Gordon.

  74. john says:
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    @Grey: i’m assuming thats arranged in the age they lost their virginity..right? i mean you don’t get the nickname flyin hawaiian for nothin

  75. Stephen says:
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    @Grey: You said, “Nunez has posted ERAs of 8.31, 4.50 and 7.56 in the first three months of the season and he just hurt his ankle on Tuesday.” Those are Lindstrom’s numbers, not Leo’s. Leo’s are 3.18, 3.77, 6.43 for the first three months. Just saying.

  76. Frank Rizzo says:
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    Holy S. Magglio just homered!

  77. john says:
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    @Frank Rizzo: yea, at the expense my poor wilted Lilly

  78. Frank Rizzo says:
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    @john: The Tigers are deflowering Lilly today. Technically he’s given out 3 HR’s already but Miggy’s was called a double. Detroit has been really tough on lefties this year.

  79. john says:
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    @Frank Rizzo: I didn’t know that, but I wasn’t gonna sit Lilly anyways, he’s been too consistent. I guess it was about time for a little pruning

  80. Doc says:
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    “Adrian Beltre will try to play through the pain, but another surgery is necessary to repair bone spurs in his already surgically repaired left shoulder.”

  81. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Stephen: Damn, my bad.

    **********There’s a new post for followups.**********

  82. and1mcgee says:
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    my bad, by miggy i meant ordonez… i was going to put “maggy” :]

  83. Baron Von Vulturewins

    Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    @Frank Rizzo: Dang, I have Migs and Maggs. I would have enjoyed a double-donk.

    Just grabbed Maggs off waivers, dumping Pierre. Very nice of him to drop a donk in his first game for my Fighting Fanta Pants.

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