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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby mindspin311 » Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:39 am

I was looking at 115-120 as being the cutoff.
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Grey » Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:58 pm

I might've said the wrong number, but 105 is the cutoff...
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby weselm » Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:03 pm

The cutoff probably also depends on the week and the number of available streamers in your league. I was using 110 last week, and there were plenty of available pitchers above that threshold who I felt like I could trust (and I got good results from my picks). This week, it seems like there are a lot of 110+ pitchers that I don't trust or that have tough matchups (like Porcello and Colon today), so I might have to lower my threshold if I want to get the same number of starts I did last week, or just put all my faith in the SoN and keep running any pitcher out there with a 110 or better. Haven't made up my mind yet.

I'm also pretty much exclusively streaming pitchers, so if you're only streaming every now and then, you could probably afford to have a higher threshold, too.

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby bergs101 » Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:47 pm

Thanks. I haven't listened to the Podcasts yet. I suppose today is a good day to start.

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Wallpaper Paterson » Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:13 pm

I like it too. It has helped me.

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby snky allgtr » Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:20 pm

Found a glitch:

When you sort by date, it shows 8/10 and then 8/7...

At least it does from my iPhone...
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Charles » Tue Aug 07, 2012 8:13 pm

snky allgtr wrote:Found a glitch:

When you sort by date, it shows 8/10 and then 8/7...

At least it does from my iPhone...


Yep - same effect on the PC.

How 'bout Porcello? SON FTW!

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Rudy Gamble » Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:30 am

Not sure what was causing that issue but I fixed it by changing the date format.

I think this one will be more useful since it also includes the day of the week - e.g., 8/08 (Wed).

I almost went to something like Aug 8 to appease the international folk (where 1/12 is Dec 1 not Jan 12) but I think that would screw up the sorting when the 4 day period overlaps two months - e.g., sort will put Aug 1 ahead of Jul 31.

Thanks for the feedback!

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby aethomp1 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:38 am

I am just wondering if anyone has missed real bad yet with son. Strasburg got lit up two starts ago for me, although not a stream he was ranked pretty high. Other than that, when actually picking up streamers I'm 6 for 6.
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Charles » Wed Aug 08, 2012 7:52 am

aethomp1 wrote:I am just wondering if anyone has missed real bad yet with son. Strasburg got lit up two starts ago for me, although not a stream he was ranked pretty high. Other than that, when actually picking up streamers I'm 6 for 6.


Yeah, I went with Bedard and Harang on Monday, 7/30 and got lit both times. They were both around 110 if I remember correctly. It will never be perfect, but what other 'expert' would recommend Ohlendorf v CHC, Porcello v NYY, and Colon v LAA and be right each time? Streaming is always a risky activity, but the Stream-O-Nator sure seems to do a good job of finding the right pitchers in the right matchups.


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