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We have almost a week of baseball in the books and Yu Darvish‘s Marvishlous 14 K 1-hitter and Chris Davis‘ power surge have been early standouts. Don’t own either? That’s a shame. Feel like quitting? Not yet, Razzball Nation, I am here to help. You may remember me, Dan, or my alter ego Blairtch, from such fantasy Friday roundups as Mike Trout Saved My Season, But Jewel Saved My Soul  and Harper: Better, Faster, Stronger, and my popular online fantasy advice guide, Quit Losing Already, You Loser! I will be recapping Friday nights in fantasy baseball, providing plenty of references to The Cure and fantasy advice so Grey can use his weekends to take care of business, i.e. drink all those daiquiris you’ve been buying him and continue travelling across America interviewing players and managers, scouting top prospects, and attending round table discussions featuring only the most prestigious faculty, alumni and council members at the Fantasy Baseball College of Charleston. So do not worry, I’ll be here throughout the season to cover Friday’s full slate of games for the loyal weekend warriors. There are lots of players to cover this week so let’s get right to it.

Here’s what happened Friday night in fantasy baseball [*Opening Week Edition*]:

Todd Frazier  — 4-for-5, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs, SB. Downtown Goes Frazier! Downtown Goes Frazier! The razzball favorite lit the fantasy world on fire last night, going 4-for-5 with 2 home runs, five RBIs, and a stolen base. The slam and legs! If he was available on waiver wires yesterday, he probably isn’t anymore. Sure, his defense may not be so hot, but his bat definitely is and it’s only a matter of time before Dusty moves Frazier up in that lineup (one hopes). A Votto-Frazier-Bruce Sandwich could be deliciously deadly.

Shin Soo Choo — 1-for-3 with another HR. Choo on that! The Reds blew up for 15 runs on Dan Haren (4.0 IP, 9 H, 6ER) and the Nationals. Speaking of homers, Homer Bailey pitched great with 6.0 scoreless innings, 2 H, and 6 Ks. Zack Cozart was 2-for-4 with 2 HRs and 5 RBIs — a line that’s sure to shock even the most optimistic of Cozart-owners.

Eric Hosmer — 4-for-5, 2-R, 3 RBI. ZOMG!1! Post hype-sleeper-hype hype?! I don’t know… The Royals did score 13 runs on the defenseless Phillies pitching staff,  including three-hit games from Alex GordonChris Getz and Mike Moustakas.

Alcides Escobar — 2-for-5, HR, SB. The slam and legs! Are these the first of of the season? Someone fact check that. Oh that’s me? Okay, hold on.

Domonic Brown — 1-for-4 with a HR. Grey told you to BUY him. He said, “He should just be on every team.” And that’s me quoting Grey! That’s high praise, Cage, but I have to agree. The defense may be bad, but as long as he’s hitting the Phillies need Dom to be the bomb.

Adrian Beltre — 2-for-4 with HR. A lot of the ‘perts have been acting like they’re going out on a limb reaching for Beltre. He’s got three straight 30-100 seasons, I think he’s a safe top 25 player. Yo Adrian, you here that? You did it! You made it.

Howard Kendrick — 2-for-4, 1 SB. Yep, that’s one more SB than Trout, for those keeping track. At this point in the season you’d be hard pressed to find a seller for Howie and buyer for Mike, especially with Trout struggling. But if you do, and they still want Trout? Do the deal. (*Fantasy Pro Tip* Don’t do that deal.)

Nelson Cruz — 3-for-4, 1 run. Owned Nelly all last year and he drove me crazy. I avoided him like a crazy ex-girlfriend with the plague on draft day. This is the year he hits 50 HR and plays 160 games.

Chris Iannetta — 2-for-3 with his 2nd HR. No, you shouldn’t drop your catcher the first week for Chris Iannetta. But now that I think about it… Chris Iannetta should probably be owned.

Derek Holland — 7.0 IP, 2 ER, 5 K. Holland is probably my favorite of the Texas pitchers. Other than Yu Darvish, of course. And I guess Matt Harrison. Oh, Alexi Ogando is nasty. And you gotta love Joe Nathan, amirite?  I also like Nathan more than Derek Holland. You are my fifth favorite Texas pitcher (at least until Neftali Feliz comes off the DL), Mr. Holland, but hey, nice game man.

Kevin Youkilis — 2-for-4 with a 2-run HR. If I’m a Cano owner I’m not happy Youk is batting third, but Youkilis’ owners should be very happy. Cano was spotted yelling post game, “Yoouk think you’re better than me? I know Jay-Z!”

Prince Fielder — 2-for-4, 2 HR, 5 RBI. And after the first bomb was cast, the Prince thought to himself, “My, one was so much fun why not do it again?” And so the Prince did, and he and the Tigers lived happily ever after.

Drew Smyly — 4.0 IP, 5 K, and got the save. The Emoticon is back. No, I don’t think he is the closer. Yes, it was still impressive, albeit against the #lowlyyankees. No, I don’t think there’s any chance he becomes the closer. Yes, I think he eventually takes the 5th starters job from Rick Porcello. Smiling face winking emoticon with weird squiggle coming out of his mouth.

Adam Jones — 3-for-5, 3 R, 2 RBI. A-DAYUM Jones is more like it! I followed the razzball rankings closely this year and I reached a bit for Jones even though I wasn’t totally convinced I should grab him over guys like Adrian Gonzalez or Ian Kinsler. But I am convinced now. Jonesy is my boy now. Welcome to the team. A fantasy match made in razzball.com heaven.

Chris Davis — 2-for-4, Grand Salami, 5 RBI. Davis has 16 RBI through the first 4 games; that’s a MLB record and more than the Astros and Marlins have scored all season. Combined! Fantasy Goofuth says, “Monday night I pulled off a blockbuster sending aging Pujols for Chris “The Dish” Davis and I haven’t looked back! My team shot up the standings! First place, suckers!” Oh, Goofuth. Will you ever learn?

Wilin Rosario — 1-for-3 with his 2nd HR. I should just draft the catcher in Colorado every year. It doesn’t really matter who. What matters is the where. It just makes so much sense now.

Troy Tulowitzki — 2-for-4, 2 RBI. Okay, I’ve got to tread carefully here. I don’t want to jinx anybody.

Dexter Fowler — 1-for-4 with his 3rd HR. After the game Dexter followed pitcher Jason Marquis home, drugged him, strapped him to a table with cellophane and killed him… Too dark? Yeah, probably. My bad.

Everth Cabrera — 1-4, 2 R, SB. SAGNOF!

Barry Zito — 7.0 IP, 0 ER, 4 Ks. Sergio Romo grabbed his 3rd save (that’s more than most of my teams have right now) and the Giants beat Cardinals 1-0. And, as you can imagine, not much fantasy goodness otherwise.

Trevor Rosenthal — 1.0, 2 Ks. If Mitchell Boggs can’t seem to get it done in the ninth, Trevor could be next in line.

Greg Dobbs — 1-for-4 with a HR as he bats clean up, and Miami grabs their first win of the season. Marlins baseball, ya’ll! Get Hooked! And what about Justin Ruggiano — 2-for-5 with 2 SB. He’s stealing bases, ya’ll! Should I pick him up or what? I dunno!

Steve Cishek — 1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 BB, 2 ER. He’s still the closer, but he looked like Cishek.

Ben Zobrist — 2-for-4, 3 RBI. I’m a big Zobrist guy. You have to love the 2B, SS, OF eligibility and I guess I’m just a sucker for those 17/15 players.

Matt Moore — 6.0 IP, 2 H. 8 Ks. Yeah, I’m gonna like owning him this year. #humblebrag Moore games like this, Matt.

Justin Upton — 1-for-3, 2 RBI and his 3rd home run. They told him he was crazy. “He’s mad!” they said, when Grey ranked Justin Upside in the Top 10. Well, who’s laughing now!? Mwahahahaha. #evilgenius

Evan Gattis — 3-for-4, after he hit a homer Thursday night. Young power-hitting catcher. Great lineup. I’m intrigued. Deeper and NL-only leagues should give him a look, at least until Brian McCann returns.

Mike Minor — 7.1 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 7 K. I own Minor everywhere. Just the way he was ranked on most draft boards I ended up getting him no problem. Am I missing something? A Minor detail, perhaps? Sure, the 4.12 ERA is high but I’ll take 145 strikeouts any day, and put him on a winning team? It’s a wrap.

Wade Miley — 6.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 8 Ks. Miley got the win in a pitchers duel with gun-for-hire Kyle Lohse (6.0 IP, 5 H, ER, 5 K). Both are just about the least exciting starting pitchers you could own. But still, both should absolutely be owned.

Jean Segura — 1-for-3 with a HR. Milwaukee’s gift from Zack Greinke gifted them with his first major league homer last night. He has yet to flash his speed, but it’s that speed that should really spark some Jean fantasy love. Grey told you to BUY him, so take a look!

Franklin Gutierrez — 3-for-5 with 3 runs and a HR. The Big FraGu has started hot out of the gate but I’m not ready to pick him up. Not yet. He’s burned me too many times before.

Alex Rios — 1-for-4 with 2 runs, 2 RBIs. Un otro slamo y piernas!

Dan Straily — 6.2 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, W, 11 Ks. I could tell you how I streamed Straily everywhere last night, but you probably wouldn’t believe me. It’s true! He’ll likely lose his spot in the rotation to Bartolo Colon next week, but if we learned anything from this start: stream against the Stros and win.

Zack Greinke — 6.1 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 6 Ks. Greinke grabbed his first win while Brandon League notched his first save. Zack Attack owners who have been holding their breathe for the past 3 weeks can now exhale. Now go get a glass of water. Now feed yourself! And shower! For god’s sake take care of yourself! What is wrong with you? Anyway, the Greinkster sure didn’t look hurt and took down the Bucs with no issues. It appears it may be one of those years for Greinke. Yay.

Jose Reyes — 4-for-5, HR. This game was nice to see for Reyes owners. Despite what many feared, it turns out Jose is not afraid of, nor is he allergic to, astroturf.

Mike Napoli — 1-for-5, 2-R HR, 3 RBI. The bomb was Napoli’s first home run as a Red Sock. Will Middlebrooks also hit his first homer of the season and went 2-for-5 in this one. John Farrell ended up getting the best of his old team despite some pretty serious boos from the fans at Skydome in a hostile return. Farrell said post game of the hometown fans’ boos, “Ohh, I thought they were saying ‘Yooouk.'”

Questions? Problems? Complaints to management? Advice, small gifts or large bribes? Please leave it in the comments below, or you can get at me on twitter @dandemanco. Join us next Saturday for another Friday recap as fantasy baseball continues next week, all week long!

 

  1. Eric W says:
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    The one guy I feel like I am going to regret not owning this year is Ellsbury, I just feel like he may put up a 20/40 season at a discounted price. Also shave those sideburns!

    • Dan Pants

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      @Eric W: 20 HR/40 SB or maybe 32/25 season or maybe even 15/60! We don’t know what exactly he’s going to do, but hopefully he can stay healthy to do it. He’s been a victim of freak injuries too, hard to call him injury-prone. It’s his contract year this year, ready to get paid. Maybe he’s got the extra motivation.

      Lord Palmerston!

      • Boggs says:
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        @Dan Pants: Pitt the elder!

        • Bob says:
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          @Boggs: LORD PALMERSTON!

        • Dan Pants

          Dan Pants says:
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          @Boggs: Okay, you asked for it, Boggs!

          • Boggs says:
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            @Dan Pants: (lying unconscious on a bar-room tile)

  2. joeg414 says:
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    Please rate Lowire and Ackley?

    • Dan Pants

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      @joeg414: I like Lowrie an awful lot, so I’m going with him. I think you know what your getting with Ackley 15-15, .250 AVG, whereas Lowrie is incredibly injury-prone but has a bit more upside in that A’s lineup in my opinion.

  3. joeg414 says:
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    Thats Jed Lowire, I need some kind of back up to Keppinger

    • goodfold2 says:
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      @joeg414: i think it’s backwards here.

      • Dan Pants

        Dan Pants says:
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        @goodfold2: Yeah, I’d want Lowrie of Keppinger for sure.

  4. AL KOHOLIC says:
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    The New York Post confirms that Zack Wheeler is “not far away” from being promoted to the Mets.
    Wheeler struggled in his first start Thursday, but remains on track to make his major league debut with the Mets this season. “He’s in the same spot [Matt] Harvey was at last year, I would say,” Triple-A manager Wally Backman said. “It’s a matter of command. I think it’s going to be a matter of consistency.”

    • Dan Pants

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      @AL KOHOLIC: Exciting news, the Mets could certainly use someone like Wheeler on their pitching staff with Johan done, and Marcum probably not far behind. Wheeler should be one of the first prospects called up because of the need there, but I don’t see why the Mets wouldn’t wait the 20 games before calling him up. Based on some of the guys I have on stashed my benches right now, Wheeler makes for an excellent stash regardless, but I’m not sure I’d add in a standard 10-team just yet.

      • @Dan Pants: they are going to wait until they have him for that extra year. Prob an early May callup.

        But ONLY if he is showing his stuff in AAA. Mets are in no rush with him. Sandy has shown his patience for letting players develop with Harvey last year.

  5. AL KOHOLIC says:
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    thanks,great post,love having other input availablr and yes ,Boss man Grey does deserve a chance to sew his wild oats,or get drunk

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @AL KOHOLIC: Thanks. I’m just glad I can be here to help the ball club.

      • AL KOHOLIC says:
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        @Dan Pants: yeah not sure if you caught my post the other night,i live 10 minutes from cincys louisville stadium,went to see chapman blow away the angels thursday and planning on seeing hammilton play soon and often

        • AL KOHOLIC says:
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          @AL KOHOLIC: cincys AAA louisville park

          • Dan Pants

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            @AL KOHOLIC: Yeah, check out the Bats! Tony Cingrani struck out 14 in 6.0 IP a few days ago, wouldn’t be surprised to see him in the bigs sometime this year. maybe this explains why the GM let Chapman go back to the bullpen without argument.

            • AL KOHOLIC says:
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              @Dan Pants: we thought about going to the bats game after we got back from reds game but we were draging after catching half a buzz and 2 hours later

  6. Bourne says:
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    No stashe but I laughed and learned and cried and smiled anyway! It is always nice to own the best two hitters to start the season.

    So I have a problem every year. I draft awesome. Love me team. They start well. Then I miss out on hot bats or arms. This year I need to create a stream hole. My worst pitchers are Cahill, milone, griffin, and Shelby miller. H2h add losses. Any suggestions on who I won’t miss?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Bourne: I’d like to see what Miller does first. But I imagine depending on how deep your league is you could drop Cahill or Griffin and find a suitable replacement without much difficulty. I’d lose Griffin for now, but wouldn’t hesitate to drop either if there was a better stream option available.

  7. Eric W says:
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    Man Lackey is mowing down the jays early 6ks through 3in. Sight for sore eyes as a sawx fan probably not much fantasy wise though.

    • VinWins

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      @Eric W: 8 Ks through 4.1, but gone with an arm injury.

      • Eric W says:
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        @VinWins: yeah just watched that yeeeesh. Looked like it was his bicep he was grabbing at not his elbow so atleast there is that I guess..

        • Dan Pants

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          @Eric W: Now that sounds more like the Lackey we know.

  8. joeg414 says:
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    So can Ackley be a good backup/paltoon with Keppinger? 13 team mixed roto daily.
    Will trade JGomes for Ack

    • Dan Pants

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      @joeg414: Yeah I like Lowrie more, but Ackley is solid in that format, especially as a back up. I think I like Gomes power potential a bit more than Ackley too, but if somehow you need a backup MI you can go for it.

  9. costaricanchata says:
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    nice article .
    this site sorely needed someone to do weekend write-ups .

    but , this ? ==> “Oh, Goofuth. Will you ever learn?”

    am not saying that Mr. quad-A Davis will sustain his success and improve upon last year’s stats ,
    but ,
    sounds like you (and most razzballers) are failing to see the major decline of pujols .
    oh well , at least there will be an open bench spot on your team for you to stash him ,
    whether you use it or not , before he starts frequenting your dl spot .
    cheer up , razzers .
    just means less competition , for you to grab him with your 1st round pick , next year .

    • Dan Pants

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      @costaricanchata: I def thought after I wrote that one maybe I shouldn’t have used Pujols. I guess, Albert for Davis isn’t as crazy as it was a year ago. I still think its crazy though.

      • costaricanchata says:
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        @Dan Pants:

        i’m afraid we’re witnessing pujols morphing into carlos quentin ,
        right before our eyes .

  10. Scooterboy says:
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    Opinion on trade that was just offered to me, please

    I get Jacoby Ellsbury
    I give up Addison Reed, Angel Pagan, and Mike Napoli

    Pagan is my fifth outfielder, Napoli is on my bench, and I have 3 other closers besides Reed.

    Is this to much to give up for Ellsbury?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Scooterboy: Sounds about right for Ellsbury. If you don’t need the catcher or the closer I’d go for it.

  11. JoeC says:
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    Why would Fowler kill the dude who serves up meatballs for him to hit out of the park? That doesn’t make any sense.

    • Dan Pants

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      @JoeC: You’re right, it was dumb. I am a sucker for showtime’s original programming.

  12. Howard says:
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    My roster in a ten-team mixed 6 by 6, including OBP and Quality starts:

    Team Smith
    C Salvador Perez 4
    1B Prince Fielder 29
    2B Dustin Pedroia 23
    3B Evan Longoria 23
    SS Jose Reyes 22
    2B/SS Chase Utley 7
    1B/3B David Freese 3
    OF Desmond Jennings 14
    OF Shin-Soo Choo 15
    OF Nelson Cruz 13
    OF Andre Ethier 8
    OF Nick Swisher 3
    UTIL Lance Berkman 2
    P Mat Latos 16
    P Jordan Zimmermann 16
    P Matt Moore 16
    P Max Scherzer 14
    P Addison Reed 7
    P Sergio Romo 8
    P Greg Holland 6
    P Glen Perkins 3
    P Tom Wilhelmsen 3
    BE Dexter Fowler 1
    BE Todd Frazier 3
    BE Wilin Rosario 1

    A guy in my league has expressed interest in making a trade, he could use a closer. He says he’s interested in Fielder, Utley, Jennings, Moore, Romo, Holland and Reed. He’s willing to give up any combo of Votto, Bautista, Stanton, Wainwright, Lester, Samardzija, and Weeks.

    Any thoughts on a viable trade here that would make my team better? Grey said he thought my team may be lacking in power, maybe I should target Stanton? Thanks!

    • Howard says:
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      @Howard: Sorry, my team also includes Dexter Fowler.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Howard: Well, you can get power without immediately trying for Stanton. He is one extreme. Bautista would be a nice plan b if you can find a trade that works. I wouldn’t trade Fielder or Moore though. Maybe you could grab Lester from him for a closer?

      • Howard says:
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        @Dan Pants: Lester for a closer is intriguing. Would you offer Jennings and a closer for Stanton or Bautista? Would I have enough speed elsewhere to compensate for the loss of Jennings? thanks again!

        • Dan Pants

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          @Howard: I think it’s a lot easier to find speed on the waiver wire than power. If you can get Stanton for Jennings and a closer I would do it in a second, but I feel like you’d have to give up more.

  13. ferris says:
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    12 team mixed h2h 6×5 (3 bench spots)

    matt carpenter is my 2nd bench bat (1st is adam dunn — ops league)

    i was concerned that i got plouffe’s at 3B in my draft so i wanted protection plus carpenter has impending 2B eligibility someday

    was thinking about dropping matt carpenter to stream/gamble on pitchers (first up, jose fernandez) — i normally don’t like more than one bench bat out of three

    should i drop the 64% owned matt carpenter for jose fernandez?

    • Dan Pants

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      @ferris: Yeah I would probably drop Carpenter and gamble on Fernandez’s upside. I’m not sure I’d start him right out of the gate, but it is the Mets and it is H2H so you can take the gamble. A guy like Fernandez has such a high ceiling he’s worth stashing across almost all formats at least until we can see what he can do.

  14. Dan Pants

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    Yeah I would probably drop Carpenter and gamble on Fernandez’s upside. I’m not sure I’d start him right out of the gate, but it is the Mets and it is H2H so you can take the gamble. A guy like Fernandez has such a high ceiling he’s worth stashing across almost all formats at least until we can see what he can do.

  15. Yeah I reached a little for Jones in r2 myself (#22) but Kinsler was still around in r3 so it all worked out.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Elijah: I didn’t even realize how much I liked Adam Jones until he was on my fantasy team.

  16. Czernobog says:
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    You boast of Cure references, but miss an opportunity to announce RobertS Mithing a month. No doubt you’ll get another chance later in the year.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Czernobog: The Roberts news was announced Friday morning and I believe mentioned in that post. My bad, I should have mentioned he headed to DL but I figured his owners were already prepared for the worst. You’re right though, I’m sure I’ll get another chance.

  17. Abdoozy says:
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    Pujols heard you writing bad things about him today and went yard twice. Or maybe he heard I benched him for Ike Davis.

    Anyway. I have Napoli as my C and don’t like him. (14 TM ESPN h2h, 6×6 with OPS). Tempted to drop him for J.P.A. or Buck. Am I crazy?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Abdoozy: I know. I own Pujols everywhere so hopefully he’s not too upset with me. I would never trade you for Chris Davis, Alby!
      And no, don’t drop Mike Napoli. It’s just the first week, etc. etc. You’re not crazy but you gotta have a little more patience with Napoli. (as much as I like JPA)

  18. ulysses says:
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    Rutledge or Segura. who ya got?

    I know it’s only a week but i like what i see from segura…

    • Dan Pants

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      @ulysses: Good question. I really like both. And Segura has looked real good so far and we have yet to see that speed that will make him reallly worth owning. But I can’t pass on the guy who plays half his games at Coors batting in front of Tulo and Cargo. Slight edge to Rutledge.

  19. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Punted C in a 14 team weekly H2H w/ 9 offensive cats weighted heavily toward power/OBP. Have Grandal stashed in an NA spot. Using flavor of the week Buck right now, but ready to plug in Gattis when he gets 5 games at C. Is that enough to get by until Grandal comes off suspension?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Steve Stevenson: Yeah, playing the hot bat at catcher sounds like a good strategy until Grandal returns. Beware in a 14-teamer the best Cs on WW might be pretty sorry looking a month from now. And we don’t know yet if Gattis stays up when McCann returns in a few weeks.

      • Steve Stevenson says:
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        @Dan Pants: Oh the WW Cs are pretty sorry now (castillo, castro, kratz are the best). Autopick caused several teams to grab backup Cs, which is why i punted. But I’d rather not give up much of value for a Montero or Pierzynski if i can get by with what i have.

  20. Howard says:
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    How would we rank these guys going forward: Span, Stubbs, Saunders, Cowgill, Reimold, Heisey, Rasmus. Thanks Dan.

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Howard: Span, Rasmus, Saunders, Heisey, Reimold, Stubbs, Cowgill

  21. Comatose says:
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    How short should my leash on Espinosa be? I’m already benching him for Rutledge and there’s some value on the wire.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Comatose: It’s still too early to be thinking about dropping players like him. You especially need patience with a streaky guy like Espinosa. He’s gonna get his 20 HR/20 SB but he’s also going to bat .250 and strike out a ton. I don’t know who’s on the ww but you probably need to be a bit more patient with Espinosa.

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