Joined: Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:42 am
Location: Des Moines, Iowa
The Cubs pay the former Notre Dame wide reciever too much to be pitching in the minors. I saw him two weeks ago in Des Moines and he finally looked like more of a pitcher and less like a wideout. Word is The Shark's going to have his first Major League start this weekend. NL Only keeper leagues are the only ones who need to think of adding him. Here's the source for my madness... http://www.suntimes.com/sports/baseball ... 25.article
One thing's for sure: Since his promotion to Iowa last month, the third-year pro has looked like Indiana Lightning at the Class AAA level, going 4-1 with a 3.13 ERA and 40 strikeouts in 37 1/3 innings to just 16 walks.
I'll spare Grey the response by speaking on his behalf:
"...in other news, water is wet."
He might also opt for:
14 team h2h league. C,1B,2B,SS,3B,MI,CI,U,5SP,2RP... It's standard 5x5, but we use quality starts instead of wins.
C Lucroy, Jonathan; 1B Fielder, Prince; 2B Kendrick, Howard; 3B Alvarez, Pete; SS Aybar, Erick; MI Gordon, Dee; CI Pujols, Albert; OF Presley, Alex; OF Francoeur, Jeff; OF Viciedo, Dayan; OF Upton, Justin; U Hosmer, Eric
BENCH: ...OF Jennings, Desmond; 1B Rizzo, Anthony; Injured: Craig, Allen
PITCHERS: SP Beachy, Brandon; SP Bumgarner, Madison; Parker, Jarrod; SP Rodriguez, Wandy; SP Worley, Vance; RP Jansen, Kenley; RP Casilla, Santiago...
BENCH: Downs, Scott