Anyone want a possible stud closer for the rest of the year?

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TK0001
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Anyone want a possible stud closer for the rest of the year?

Postby TK0001 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:33 pm

Eddie Kunz, RP NYM
News: The Mets placed SP John Maine on the 15-day DL Sunday with a rotator cuff strain, and called up RP Eddie Kunz from Double-A Binghampton.

Analysis: Kunz has a 2.79 ERA and 27 saves in Double-A and is an elite closing prospect with the Mets. He could well slot right into the injured Billy Wagner's closing spot immediately, which makes him a potential must-have in every single Fantasy league if Wagner is out for a while. Grab the young stud before anyone else does.


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Eddie Kunz, RP NYM
News: Eddie Kunz, whose contract was puchased before Sunday's game, made his major league debut in the seventh. He pitched a scoreless inning, making an error but allowing just a bunt single.
Analysis: Kunz is the Mets' closer of choice in Fantasy Week 19 (Aug. 4-10) if Billy Wagner (elbow) cannot go. Consider Kunz a must-add in NL-only leagues immediately and a sleeper for mixed formats at this point. The closer of the future had a 2.79 ERA and 27 saves in Double-A and is an elite relief prospect.


Both per CBS. And we all know CBS is the definitive authority on the fantasy baseball.

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Re: Anyone want a possible stud closer for the rest of the year?

Postby Grey » Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:21 pm

Too bad Kunz is not in Yahoo, which we all know is not the elite fantasy baseball but they do free webmail okay, but lesser than Gmail.
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