I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby snky allgtr » Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:07 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.



Picked up Niese yesterday and he got torched...he was around 120ish

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Grey » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:07 am

Wouldn't say torched...
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby bergs101 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:16 am

How are you (in the general sense) utilizing the 'sort by date' function to your best advantage? Is it merely a way to simplify the data to identify the best starter(s) each day or are you (again, in the general sense) extracting additional insight in some way?

Thanks. I look forward to increasing my competitive advantage :)

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby snky allgtr » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:37 am

Grey wrote:Wouldn't say torched...


Yeah it could've been worse. I just expected more against those depleted Marlins...
10 Team, 1/4 PPR
QB Luck
RB(2) Bell, Freeman
WR(2) Edelman, Cobb
TE Watson
FLEX Allen
DEF Green Bay
K Catanzaro
BENCH(6) Crabtree, Gordon, Vereen, Starks, Johnson Jr., McFadden

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Grey » Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:22 am

bergs101 wrote:How are you (in the general sense) utilizing the 'sort by date' function to your best advantage? Is it merely a way to simplify the data to identify the best starter(s) each day or are you (again, in the general sense) extracting additional insight in some way?

Thanks. I look forward to increasing my competitive advantage :)


You got it! Sort so you see the pitchers for a given day...
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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby bergs101 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:33 am

Understood...thanks

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby weselm » Wed Aug 08, 2012 5:57 pm

Decided yesterday to try out some pitchers with scores of less than 110, but it hasn't panned out too well so far. Karstens last night (108) gave up 3 ER in 6 IP, and now Chris Young (109) just gave up 7 ER in 4.1 IP. Luckily, Clayton Richard (112) just pitched a complete game shutout, so that makes up for some of the damage.

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby bergs101 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 12:28 pm

S.O.N. has a rating of 91 for McCarthy against KC (in KC). Anyone starting him regardless? I'm not seeing what the S.O.N. is predicting but I'm reluctant to start him given the prediction. Thoughts?

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby ohbilly2134 » Tue Aug 14, 2012 12:35 pm

I'd trust the SON.

BTW, another W yesterday because of it...Mr. Cobb...niiiiiiice!
12-Team H2H League:

C - Gary Sanchez
1B - Miguel Cabrera
2B - Robinson Cano
3B - Nolan Arenado
SS - Jonathan Villar
OF - Ryan Braun
OF - J.D. Martinez
OF - Mark Trumbo
Util - David Ortiz
Bench - Brandon Moss

P - Chris Sale
P - Corey Kluber
P - Johnny Cueto
P - Rich Hill
RP - David Robertson
RP - Cody Allen
RP - Jim Johnson
RP - Sergio Romo
RP - Ken Giles
RP - Andrew Bailey
RP - Pedro Strop

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Re: I LOVE the Stream-O-Nator

Postby Dave » Tue Aug 14, 2012 1:49 pm

its skewed because of his FIP in the past 20 days, which was only one start where he gave up 3 HRs at chicago...


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