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It’s a wrap for Jose Bautista in 2012.  See you around like a donut in 2013.  It’s far from breaking news that he’s done for the year.  It looked like it was headed that way for the last few days.  As an aptly-named, pessimistic Polish man would be named, Bummerooski.  He didn’t have the year you grew accustomed to after having a few years that you weren’t accustomed to. (Or maybe it’s, Bautista had a season you were expecting if he didn’t have the years you weren’t expecting?  Or maybe, he had a season you knew was coming because of seasons you didn’t know were coming?  I’ve painted myself into a logic corner and I’m getting hungry.)  Too bad the Jays weren’t in the pennant race, Bautista could’ve pulled a Schilling and had a bloody wristband throughout the playoffs.  What I’m more curious about — I’m curious, y’all! — is what is Bautista going to do in 2013?  Thanks, awkward segue!  He’s going to need four months to rehab and wrist surgeries are always terrific for hitters, right?  Oh.  He went from having an MRI show no damage, then he played and then he couldn’t because he needs surgery to “fix instability in the area.”  Instability in the area?  Is his wrist being earthquake-proofed?  If he can come back from wrist surgery, he should be fine, but I’m not going anywhere near him in the first two rounds of fantasy drafts next year.  One setback, and he’s not playing until June.  In keepers, it’s not a great day for Bautista owners.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Psyche!  Before we get into today’s post, just wanted to say we have frequent commenter/sometimes contributor, Awesomus Maximus, manning our Twitter account (I’m still not at Twitter, so don’t ask team questions there; ask them, as always, in the comments).  Eyether the hoo!  Awesomus wanted me to tell people that he started a hashtag — #MTISG — which stands for “Mike Trout Is So Good…”  For instance, “Mike Trout is so good he once signed an autograph for Derek Jeter while stealing 3rd base.”  So, tweet @Razzball and @Trouty20 with #MTISG and for the funniest one at the end of the season, I’ll send you a Razzball t-shirt.  Anyway II, the roundup:

Stephen Strasburg - 5 IP, 5 ER, 14 baserunners, 3 Ks.  Conspiracy Theory Alert!  What if the Nats told Strasburg to take a dive — to throw this game away — just so when they limit his innings in September there’s no uproar from the fan base.  You may not think much of this conspiracy, but anyone who lived through Sgt. Slaughter and The Iron Sheik getting pulled over by the cops in the same car knows what’s up.

Matt Kemp – He ran into a wall and took a left (center) across his jaw, sending him down for the count.  Preliminarily tests are showing no signs of a concussion.  That’s the good news.  The bad news is he’s headed for a CAT scan on his jaw, and an MRI on his knee.  Hopefully, he tried that hospital Living Social off shoot, Living Socialized Medicine.

Justin Verlander - 5 2/3 IP, 8 ER, 15 baserunners, 6 Ks.  His one-hitters and no-hitters shook out the couch cushion and look what they found.

Delmon Young - 1-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 2nd game in a row with a homer, which is better than a homer in a game with cornrows, Colby Rasmus.  In the last week, Young is also hitting .400.  It’s worth giving him a shot if you’re struggling at an outfield slot.

Johnny Giavotella - 2-for-4 with a steal, is 4 for his last 8 and had a baby with Snooki.  That’s a huge week for Giavotella and a future designated driver for mom.  If you need cheap speed at the middle infidel, I’d take a flyer on Giavotella.

Logan Morrison – Having knee surgery on September 5th after saying he needed knee surgery back in March.  Luckily, he didn’t have anything life-threatening.  This reminds me of when my stepfather put off hernia surgery for 12 years because he didn’t want anyone messing with his junk.  That made sense.  You got to protect the junk drawer at all costs.  Morrison’s needed surgery for the last 4 months and has been sidelined for the last month, waiting for the surgery.  Did he go to a very popular doctor-slash-deli and pulled number 99?  Now he has to rehab for six months.  I think I would’ve found time in my schedule to get the surgery a little quicker.  The Marlins and Morrison are a bunch of schmohawks.  /Grey annoyed

Justin Ruggiano – 4-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 13th homer.  Well, that clears up whether or not yesterday was some Mayan calendar hex against Justins.  Anyone know any other Verlanders?

Ricky Nolasco – 9 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 6 Ks.  Finally, he makes good on his preseason hype from 2008!

Randy Wolf – Signed with Baltimore.  Maybe one of Marlo’s soldiers will tell Randy to send Mark Reynolds around the corner for a meeting.

Chris Tillman - 7 IP, 0 ER, 1 Hit, 4 walks, 5 Ks.   He’s been on par with the rest of the Orioles starters, which is to say around a 3.75 ERA, solid-not-spectactular Ks and a xFIP just above 4.  You know who these starters are, they sit on the top of waivers for about 3 weeks then you pick them up and they misplace your ratios in a public restroom.

Lew Ford – 1-for-4 with his 2nd homer in as many games.  One time, Ty Wigginton was a hot schmotato for 17 minutes, only to go cold by the time the Phils batted around, so hot bats come in all sizes, but Lew Ford?  Really?  Really, Seth Myers?

Adam Jones – 1-for-3 with his first homer since July 27th.  I have no way of proving these are related, but just yesterday some people were asking if they could drop Jones.  You say coincidence, I say whoa.

Hisashi Iwakuma – 6 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners (1 Hit), 4 Ks vs. the Twins.  Sure, a cushy matchup, but he has a 3.40 ERA on the year and has an ERA under 3 in the 2nd half.  Zoinks!

Erik Bedard – Was released by the Pirates.  I realize the Pirates are competing for a Wild Card spot, but when you’re a pitcher released by the Pirates, you’re in trouble.  Or headed to Baltimore!

James McDonald – 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 6 Ks vs. the Cards, which comes a game after he was hit in Petco.  Now, I have no idea if this is the Old McDonald, Old Old McDonald, New Old McDonald or New New Old McDonald.  Hopefully it won’t matter for his next start vs. the Lastros.

Pedro Alvarez – 4-for-5, 3 runs, 4 RBIs, 2 homers and a triple shy of the cycle.  Nice that he finally figured things out a year after I went batshizz crazy for him.  Last year, he’d sit out because he sucked so bad and I’d lie to myself, saying he walked 4 times.  Cause that was our relationship, he sucked and I lied to myself about it.  Alvarez, I would’ve caught a grenade for you.  You bastard!

Chase Utley – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 9th homer as Ryan Howard also hit his 9th homer yesterday (a grand slam).  For the one Philly fan who got conked on the head in March and thinks this is April, it’s a happy day.

B.J. Rosenberg – 1 IP, 4 ER.  Real bad day for Zimmermaniacs.

Alfredo Aceves – 1 2/3 IP, 2 ER.  Last week, Valentine and Aceves had it out because Aceves wanted to be the closer and Valentine opted for Bailey.  So last night, Aceves went out and threw a scoreless 8th inning, and, rather than pull him, Bobby Valentine sent Aceves right back out there to lose the game in the 9th.  This is the managerial equivalent to the “I’m not touching you” game where you hold your finger just away from someone’s face, taunting them until they punch you.

Yovani Gallardo – 7 IP, 1 ER, 6 baserunners, 9 Ks, lowering his ERA to 3.52 and adding to his 9th best in the major leagues strikeout total.  I look forward to his disgruntled owners next May asking if they can drop him.

Denard Span – Will go for an MRI after previously refusing because he’s claustrophobic.  Don’t tell Span, but earth is actually inside a galaxy that’s shaped like an MRI machine.

Wilin Rosario – 3-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 22nd homer.  Aren’t you glad you got rid of him because he wasn’t starting every day?

Adeiny Hechavarria – 1-for-3 with a homer.  Scott, our prospect writer, calls Hechavarria a defense-first shortstop, which sounds about right for this year.  He might give a bit of speed while he fills in for Lawrie, but outside of deep AL-Only and keeper leagues, he’s not worth much.  Also, I’m guessing his family name is from someone talking with their mouth full.  You know how they say to dopey kids in school, “Hey, at least you got your name right!”  Well, I’m not sure they said that to Hechavarria.  BTW, Scott, our prospect writer, is on this afternoon’s podcast.  Aw, sook-sook.

Phil Hughes – 7 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 5 Ks.  When I saw this line, the first thing I did was look to see what score the Stream-o-Nator gave Hughes.  A 92, which isn’t close to safe.  S.O.N., “It’s safe it you don’t have your cougar carry around your balls.”

Yadier Molina – Left yesterday’s game after a home plate collision.  For now, the Cards are saying he’s day-to-day with upper back, shoulder and neck strains.  He said after the game, “I haven’t been in that bad of a home plate collision since Momma Molina returned home with one Fudgie the Whale and only two spoons.”

Chris Carpenter - Threw 40 pitches in a bullpen session, then said he might not be done for the year in a bullish*t session.

Todd Frazier – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs.  Now batting .295 with 18 homers vs. Rolen’s 6 homers and .253 average.  It’s absolutely absurd that Dusty says he’s going to bench Frazier when Votto returns, which means that’s exactly what’s going to happen.

Yu Darvish – 7 IP, 0 ER, 8 baserunners, 10 Ks vs. the Rays.  In all seriousness, does any other team not show up to hit in some games like the Rays?

Matt Joyce – Left yesterday’s game with a forearm strain.  Rays doctor said it was trying to be a fivearm.

Jeremy Affeldt - Left the team to be with his wife while she gives birth.  Imagine Bochy was their midwife.  Okay, we’re gonna bring on Romo to get one leg out, then we’ll bring in Javier Lopez to get out the left leg…

Kris Medlen – 8 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 9 Ks.  I’ll leave you with this:

100 Responses

  1. Sky

    Sky says:
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    So THAT’s what you do in your basement. Nice green screen.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Sky, It’s catchy, right?

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Grey, it’s catchy, but not as catchy as that Korean guy last week!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Is anything as catchy? Gangnam style!

          • Jack Full of Hate says:
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            @Grey, not in a while….speaking of songs,I was trying to convince someone at the bar last night to sing my Mike Trout/ Mighty Mouse reworking/remix and let me record it. I think they thought I was trying to lure them into some amatuer porn.

  2. Druss says:
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    #MTISG he turns a HBP into a Home Run !

    Assumsing I won The Razzball T shirt , do you plan to send it to Mumbai , India ? Be Honest Grey !

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Druss, I’ll send it where I need to if you enter the contest through Twitter and win…

      • druss says:
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        @Grey,
        Way To Go Grey!!! I entered the contest ! thanks for the advice as always !!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, no problem…

  3. Steve says:
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    A birth when you’re bringing one leg out at a time?

    You’d need Mike Trout there for that.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Steve, Yeah, I don’t know so much about birthing…

      • Carnac says:
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        @Grey, I’ll tell you this much: I can’t imagine Bruce Bochy’s mom ever recovered.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          HA! Well played…

  4. Alyssa Milano's Boyfriend says:
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    mtisg he already knows all the lyrics to that song.

    fuck that clip made my life.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Alyssa Milano’s Boyfriend, It made my life first.

  5. Prezii says:
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    “he’d sit out because he sucked so bad and I’d lie to myself, saying he walked 4 times.”.. could be my favorite line of all time.. and awesome fuckin song..

    This round up was full of giggles!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Prezii, Ha, thanks!

  6. TheNewGuy says:
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    Gah Ive had enough of Alfredo, never rated him anyway. Any save chasers worth speculating on?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @TheNewGuy, Gregerson

  7. Dirtyd says:
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    Do I drop A Rizzo for Carlos Quentin or Pedro Alvarez? My Utility spot. Rizzo seems to have cooled off a bit.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Dirtyd, Alvarez

  8. Matt says:
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    Who’s better ROS? Rosario or Lucroy

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Matt, Wilin

  9. Racehorse says:
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    Grey,

    Is it time to jettison Capuano?

    If so, which one of these guys from the waiver wire should I swap Capuano with? …

    Karstens
    Marco Estrada
    Nolasco
    Niemann-DL
    Joe Kelly
    Freddy Garcia
    Andrew Werner (hey, who’s this guy?)

    As always, thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Racehorse, I’d go with Estrada or just off of the SON…

  10. papasmurf says:
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    It was pretty wild, what was there like 5 shutouts during the night? And top pitchers like Verlander, Sale and Strasberg got bombed.

    Makes me scared to throw Latos out in AZ… but hell I’ll pitch him anyway.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @papasmurf, Yeah, you know you’re damned if you do and damned if you don’t…

  11. MattTruss223 says:
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    Well, that was completely incredible.

    Seriously, that’s why I was ticked the Braves even bothered trading for another starter. Kris is a total stud. Hopefully even Frediot can figure this one out.

    Loved the Uggla cutout too, seriously, that video made my morning.

    Dude should win a grammy for that shizz.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @MattTruss223, Agreed, and an Emmy and an Oscar… That’s a trifecta award winner…

  12. nckdmss says:
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    How do you rank the A’s 2013 rotation for fantasy purposes? Assume a six man rotation of: Anderson, Parker, Milone, Straily, Griffin, and McCarthy (he’ll stick around because he wants to mentor the kids).

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @nckdmss, HA! Anderson, Parker, McCarthy, Straily, Milone…

  13. Grey's da man! says:
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    Dilemma time: M harvey was a buy on Friday. SON has him as 95 today at Philly. You starting him in a 12 team league today? Thoughts on this start?

    Tommy Hanson is another interesting one. Pitching in Petco and only a 99 on the SON. I don’t see him having a worse line than 5 IP 2 ER in Petco

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Grey’s da man!, I’d bench Harvey in Philly there… I’d start Hanson in Petco…

  14. Hosmer's Ho's says:
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    Start Corbin today against Cin.?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Hosmer’s Ho’s, I wouldn’t in leagues shallower than 12…

  15. Deadwoods says:
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    Start Samardzija vs MIL?

    Start Vargas @ Min?

    (Odds are even for Vargas but against Samardzila and Harvey (above post, who I’m also starting)

    Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Deadwoods, I’d start Samardzija and Vargas…

  16. Mr. Rickey says:
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    My nickname for Ruggiano is yo-yo because of how many times I’ve dropped him and picked him up.

    You like Rosario better than Pierzynski ROS?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mr. Rickey, Ha, me too… I like him better, yeah…

  17. Baron Von Vulturewins

    Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    Number of home runs Adam Jones hit in August: 0
    Number of home runs Adam Jones hit on the first night I benched him all year: 1

    #FMFBBL.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Baron Von Vulturewins, Damn, BVV

  18. frank rizo says:
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    I’m starting CJ Wilson against Boston today…..how stupid am I?

    Any projections on what Teixeira’s September will look like? I have half a mind to dump him.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @frank rizo, I’d lose Tex in shallower leagues… I wouldn’t start Wilson in leagues shallower than 14 team…

  19. Chillmodious says:
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    “I’m a starter again, so thank you Freddieeee…”

    So good. I needed something to replace the looping-in-my-brain “you couldn’t get Michael Fiers if you were f*@#ing Michael Fiers”, and this was the perfect answer. I’m about to fire off a couple questions, but I figured I should thank you separately for that ‘Without Me’ gem. So, thanks!

    • L-Boogie says:
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      @Chillmodious, If only there was something that could get “Heeeeeeeeeeeey, sexy lay-day…” out of my head. I woke up singing it this morning. My five year old knows it by now.

      • Chillmodious says:
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        @L-Boogie, During my last year of college, I would often use a computer-based alarm clock that would wake me with “Cot Damn (It’s a new day)” by Clipse–except on the first of any month, wherein it would default to “First of da Month” by Bone Thugs. Very original, I know. The reason I mention this is because, for about 5 years after dispensing with the computer-based alarm clock, I would think of that Clipse song (or at least the first 15 seconds) every single morning after I woke up. Without fail. So…if you’re willing to take the plunge and try…maybe you can say “…it was nice to know ya” to “Heeeeeey sexy lay-day” (see what I did there?):

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgUSGCJTQL4

        • L-Boogie says:
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          @Chillmodious, All you made me want to do is find that computer program.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Chillmodious, Ha, no problem…

  20. Mr. Rickey says:
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    Gregerson or Thayer?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mr. Rickey, Gregerson

  21. Chillmodious says:
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    1. I started off the pitching week in dominant fashion with Casey Kelly (Mon.) and Medlen (yesterday), so I’m a bit hesitant about the following three guys/matchups on my roster for today…start or sit?:

    - Hommy Tanson @ SD (woo Petco, but SON says 99)
    - Detwiler @ Miami (SON: 101)
    - Anibal @ KC (SON: 99)

    2. I need a little power, especially with Joey Bats done for good, so I’m considering ringing Pedro in Pittsburgh. I would have to drop Machado for him. Which of the two do you like better for the rest of THIS season only?

    3.

    4. Keeping with the power theme… I grabbed Grandal yesterday, who naturally got the night off while my other FA option, Wilin, went off. I think we know the book on Wilin–good power, lousy average, random nights off–and Grandal is looking like a solid overall backstop (read: won’t kill you anywhere). So, who do you like better for the stretch run?

    5. Better shortish-term DL stash: Starling Marte or Alejandro de Aza? (both are likely to be back within a week)

    6. Thanks for your time and answers.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Chillmodious, 1. I’d start all of them if I owned them still… But I’ve dropped Detwiler and Anibal… 2. Pedro 3. 4. Wilin 5. De Aza 6. No worries.

  22. Ronkonkoma says:
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    What closers get the most production down the stretch? Please rank:
    Greg Holland, Balfour, Reed, Betancourt

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ronkonkoma, Reed, Holland, Balfour

      • WHIP it good says:
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        @Grey, Balfour, Reed, Holland

  23. Justin says:
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    1. Rosario or Santana at C?

    2. Scutaro, Aybar, Rutledge, Plouffe, or Furcal or L Cruz at SS?

    3. Alvarez, Scutaro, L Cruz at 3b

    • Hondo says:
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      @Justin, My master plan was to have Rutledge slide over to 2B when Tulo got back(needs 5 games to qualify) but now that’s looking more unlikely.

      Any thoughts on Tulo Grey?

      • Grey

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        @Hondo, Sounds like he could be back in a 10 days or so… I’m not counting on it, but Rutledge could be squeezed for PT if he doesn’t hit really well for the next week…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Justin, 1. Wilin 2. Aybar 3. Pedro

  24. Tom Carvel says:
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    The Molina/Fudgie the whale comment made me spew coffee all over my new Droid Razr Maxx, and now my audio prompts are all grovelly like old man Carvel. So thanks for that, because it is awesome!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Tom Carvel, Thanks!

  25. druss says:
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    also at my UTIL spot is victorino dropable for any of these guys ?
    ciriaco, alvarez, mayberry, luiz cruz !Thankss!!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @druss, Pedro for power…

  26. ChiliDavisConCarne says:
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    Grey,
    H2H playoff hunt, need to win ERA and WHIP, would you start Latos at Arizona today? He’s had good ratios since the asb, but got shelled last time out.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @ChiliDavisConCarne, I’d start him…

  27. Matt says:
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    Grey, im killing it with Medlen thanks to you. You seem to always be one step ahead of the other fantasy guys

    When can we expect to see Straily back in the OAK rotation ? if at all. im in a tight race to make the playoffs and im not sure if hes worth holding onto

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Matt, No problem, glad he’s worked out… I think next week Straily’s back in…

  28. Eddy says:
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    Grey,

    I’m in the playoffs for sure, and there’s a good shit I’ll also have a bye week. I have Teix. Is it worth holding onto him? I’d love one more streaming spot.

    • Eddy says:
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      @Eddy, I honestly have no clue why I wrote shit. That’s supposed to read chance.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Eddy, HA! Shit, chance, tomato, tomahto… I’d hold Tex for a week if you have a bye and reevaluate next week…

      • Eddy says:
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        @Grey, Yeah, I re-read that and I was like “….”

        All right, I’ll cross my fingers!

  29. Jon says:
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    Do you prefer Aybar or Espinosa at MI right now? Starting 2B is Cano, SS Desmond.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jon, Aybar

  30. RTP says:
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    Safe to cut bait on Lawrie? ROS who would u roll at 3b for overall production.

    alvarez, chris davis, seager, michael young, glass chipper

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @RTP, Sure, if those guys are all on waivers… Pedro…

  31. the hungarian hippo says:
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    You don’t mess with the Iwakuma clan…

    Jennings or Ruggiano the rest of the way?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No, sir… Ruggiano…

  32. Carnac says:
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    Note to Awesomus (don’t have his email): in the Razzball twitter feed, if you start a tweet with a twitter handle (e.g., “@Cardinals Yadi has upper back, shoulder and neck strains. Five months of playing over your head has consequences, kids.”), your tweet will only show up in the streams of your followers who also follow @Cardinals.

    If you start the tweet with a random character (e.g., “.”), then all of your followers will be able to enjoy your craftsmanship!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks, I alerted him…

    • Awesomus Maximus

      Awesomus Maximus says:
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      @Carnac, Damn… okay, thanks a ton for the heads up.

      • Carnac says:
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        @Awesomus Maximus, Anytime, friend.

  33. Carnac says:
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    Tests came back negative, Kemp says he wants to be back in the Dodgers lineup tomorrow.

    Also, tests came back negative, Milano says she wants to be back in the Dodgers lineup tomorrow.

    • Chillmodious says:
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      @Carnac, Correction: Milano said she wanted the Dodgers lineup to be back in her tomorrow.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hehe

  34. Shidesthelimit says:
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    What order do you like these SP’s for next year in 10 team-mixed league with W-S-HRA-K-WHIP-ERA categories?

    Josh Johnson
    Zack Greinke
    Matt Moore
    James McDonald
    Kris Medlen
    Yu Darvish

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Greinke, Moore, Johnson, Darvish…

  35. Jon says:
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    Espinosa or Carter at DH?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Carter, but you might need to platoon him a little…

  36. Hosmer's Ho's says:
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    Justin Ruggiano or Carlos Gomez ROS.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Gomez

  37. Hosmer's Ho's says:
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    Montero was just dropped. Pick him up for Wieters?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Montero?

  38. Grey

    Grey says:
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    ****THERE’S A NEW POST FOR FOLLOWUPS****

  39. Steven says:
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    Grey-
    Would you start Bruce vs lefty Corbin or crisp vs kluber(missed yesterday’s game) or Scutari vs keuchel in utility spot

    Thanks

  40. Sir says:
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    Hi Grey-

    In a keeper league, would you rather have Josh Hamilton than Jose Bautista going into next year? I’m thinking of offering my Bautista for his Hamilton.

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Sir, Those two are a coin flip of injuries, I’d keep Bautista… Take followups to the newest post…

  41. Grey

    Grey says:
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    ****THERE’S A NEW POST FOR FOLLOWUPS***

  42. Dan says:
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    I believe it was actually Duggan and The Iron Sheik that got pulled over together. I don’t know why I know this as I was seven at the time.

  43. the hungarian hippo says:
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    Who’s the odd guy out the rest of the way?

    Corbin, Skaggs, Iwakuma, Stults, or Straily

  44. Me rike ichiro says:
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    Hey grey have a keeper question for you…in a 10 team three keeper league and I’m trying to figure out who to keep.
    Trout, Adam jones, Stanton, trumbo, weaver, kershaw.
    Trout is an obvious choice but debating between the others of whether to keep one pitcher or two batters….thanks and I enjoy your stuff

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