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Jacob Turner took care of business last night and grabbed the win in his 2013 debut, snapping Miami’s nine game losing streak as well as ending the Mets own adorable little winning streak. Jacob pitched seven quality innings against the Mets and gave up just 5 hits, 1 walk, and struck out three, managing 12 ground ball outs. After the game he assured his fans, “You ain’t seen nothing yet!” I hope that’s true because his minor league stats were pretty underwhelming. You may remember Jacob as the primary get for the Marlins in the Tigers Anibal Sanchez/Omar Infante trade. Turner was initially expected to make the rotation to start the year but he struggled and continued to struggle in AAA in April, walking too many batters and just not pitching as consistently as the Marlins would have liked. Jacob improved, however, and posted a 3.00 ERA with a 20/6 K/BB ratio in five starts in May, and the injury to Alex Sanabia gave him a chance to start taking care of business in the bigs. Outside NL-Only and deeper mixed he’s just someone to watch for now. The former ninth overall pick is still just 22 years old and as he learns his way through the league he could prove himself streamer-worthy. He may be worth a flier versus the banged up Phillies next week, but temper your expectations as you would with any player who plays for the MIA Marlins.

Here’s what else happened in fantasy baseball last night:

Stephen Strasburg 2.0 IP, 1 ER, 2 K. The Strasborg: Bionic Pitching Machine had a serious system malfunction. Bleep blorp. Nooooo! Stras left after just two innings with a strained oblique but it looks like the Nats and owners dodged a bullet as initially Strasburg complained of shoulder pain. Regardless, still bad news for owners as the Strasborg was just starting to find his groove, mechanically. Few details at the moment, but you can count on at least a minimum trip to the 15-day DL for Strasburg, and expect the Nationals to baby Stephen like he’s Buster Bluth. Yup, the Nationals hate your fantasy team. Oh, fantasy gods! Why did it have to be St. Rasburg? Why not Carlos Quentin, or Brett Anderson again?

Alfonso Soriano 1-for-3, 2 runs, HR, 2 RBI. As the weather gets hotter, so does Alfonso. It’s science.

Matt Garza 7.0 IP, 6 hits, 2 ER, 4 K and his first win of the season. The Cubs win their fifth game in a row! I’d be worried, too. If this keeps up, pretty soon we’ll be counting on Will and Jaden Smith to save us all from the alien/robot/demon/vampire/zombie apocalypse. That’s a lot of evil, ya’ll!

Marcell Ozuna 3-for-4, 1 run, 1 RBI. Grey told you to BUY him and buy him you should. Ozuna extended his hitting streak to 16 games last night and is batting .330 on the season. Suuuuure, looking at his BABIP we can assume he’s gotten a bit lucky, but better lucky than good, yo! And the Miami Marlins could use all the luck they can get after that monstrosity in center field scared all the leprechauns away.

Johnny Cueto  8.0 IP, 1 hit, 1 BB, 6 K. His best start since returning from the DL, which is saying a lot since he’s been stellar in all three outings. He hasn’t exactly seen the stiffest competition facing the Mets, Cubs and Pirates but he get his first real test next week when he faces…the 1927 New York Yankees! Dum dum dum!

Brandon Phillips 2-for-4, 3 runs with the slam (9) and legs (1). In Cincinnati, they serve their Slam & Legs with chili and cheese on top and everyone dies before they’re 65 years old. As is tradition. Regardless, hard to believe this is just B-Phillips first stolen base of the year, but when a guy has 44 RBI you can’t really complain.

Jay Bruce 2-for-4, HR. He’s been a bit of a disappointment to owners but after a horrid April he’s hit 7 homers in May including 5 in the past two weeks. He’s also batting .270, which is the craziest thing I’ve seen all week.

Max Scherzer 8.0 IP, 3 ER, 2 BB, 10 k. Was in line for the win until Jose Valverde ruined everything. He couldn’t even look at Jose after the game. In fact, they had to postpone their staring contest until tomorrow night.

Jose Valverde 0.2 IP, 4 ER, BS. Valverde allowed 2 home runs in the ninth including a walk off homer to Chris Dickerson for his second blown save of the year. No one blows a save quite like Jose Valverde, except maybe Mitchell Boggs. Boggs has some of the sickest blown saves EVER.

Miguel Cabrera 2-for-4 and his 16th HR. It was his 12th HR of May so he’ll be sad to see it go. Migs has 61 RBI through May. Extrapolate that through September and that puts him at…calculating…..calculating…..calculating…..305 RBI! Err, that seems a bit high, did I do math wrong again? Do’h. Oh well, this guy put it best.

Avisail Garcia 2-for-4, HR. I could tell you to pick up just about anyone in the Tigers lineup and it wouldn’t necessarily be a bad pick up.

Adam Jones 3-for-4, HR, 2 RBI. Adaaaaaayum Jones is my spirit animal. It was his 11th HR of the season and that along with his .319 BA, 8 SB, 42 runs and 37 RBI. Everyday I think to my self, hey self, I totally would have drafted Josh Hamilton over Jonesy if he wasn’t snatched up right before my pick. Life is full of little miracles like this. Except for the guy who drafted Josh Hamilton — he is screwed.

Jacoby Ellsbury Sat out the game with groin tightness and is day to day. I haven’t seen a groin that tight since!–er, never mind. Jacoby said he tweaked it stealing his fifth base of the game Thursday night. In that case, I can only hope that steal won the game for the Sox, or at least for some fantasy owner out there.  Owners can’t be happy to hear this considering his power is a thing of legend now and literally all of Ellsbury’s value this season has been tied to his speed. But if you think you’re unhappy, his agent is kicking himself in the back of his designer slacks. Maybe that fifth stolen base was a bit much, Ells?

CC Sabathia 7.1 IP, 6 hits, 1 ER, 10 K. Saves his best games for Boston, Sabathia was on point last night. A true Yankee.

Kevin Youkilis 1-for-4 with an RBI in his return. Mark Teixeira was 0-for-3 but scored a run. Yankees fans, how much do you miss Lyle Overbay right now?

Dustin Pedroia 3-for-4, 1 run. Apparently he has a thumb injury? I could hardly notice. And neither could Pedroia.

Jose Iglesias 2-for-3. Mr. Churches won’t offer much outside of average and runs but deeper leaguers and AL-Only should take note, if you need a shortstop or potential future third baseman, I guess you could do worse.

Jonathan Lucroy 5-for-5, 2 HR, 3 runs, 4 RBI. The Hitter-Tron saw this one coming two weeks in advance and leaked oil and motor fluid for an hour after this performance. Lucroy could be about to go into one of his things, and you want to own him when he does. I might even drop your catcher to pick him up. Not my catcher, but yours for sure.

Jimmy Rollins 2-for-3, HR, SB. The slam & legs! J-Roll likes his eggs soft-boiled, cause he’s old like that.

Domonic Brown 2-for-4, 2 HR (14th & 15), 4 RBI. He hit his 11th home run of May, that’s one less than that other guy. The one that won the triple crown? Michael-something? Whatevs, he leads the NL in homers and Dom is literally the bomb right now. But you knew that already.

Cole Hamels 5.0 IP, 12 hits, 6 ER, 3 K. The one night Cole gets some damn run support and he goes and does it like that. Yovani Gallardo wasn’t much better (5.2 IP, 5 ER, 9 base runners, 3 HR, 6 K) but the Brewers actually have some offense. I feel like Gallardo gets more wins from not-so-quality starts than any other active pitcher. Can we get a stat check on that? Oh, that’s on me? Forget it.

Julio Teheran 6.2 IP, 7 hits, 3 ER, 9 K. Hey everybody! It’s all the strikeouts we saw in spring training, turns out they were behind the fridge the whole time! It was Julio’s fifth straight quality start and he gets the P-Rats next week. Yes, please!

Denard Span 3-for-4, 2 runs. Span hit two triples! Whoa-za! So if you’re in a league that counts triples, congratulations! And it’s time to find a new league.

Hisashi Iwakuma 7.2 IP, 9 base runners, 0 ER, 5 K. You think that was good, you should try his California Rolls. They are terrible!

Kendrys Morales 1-for-4, 2-run HR, his 8th. He’s been sort of a RBI-machine as of late with 11 in the past week. That’s what they got him for! A successful free agent signing, that may be the first of its kind in Mariners history.

Adrian Beltre 4-for-4, 11th HR, 2 RBI. Yo, Adrian! If you’re not busy later, let’s play volleyball on the beach while we blast “You’re the Best” by Joe Esposito on my Sony boombox.

Leonys Martin 2-for-4, SB. Leon–can I call you Leon? No? OK well, he’s got four stolen bases in the past two weeks and is available in 30% of RCL leagues. You know what to do.

David Murphy 2-for-5, run. Hey, another Texas outfielder. It’s almost like Arlington is a great place to hit or something? Yee-Haw!

Francisco Rodriguez 1.0 IP, 2 K, 2nd SV. Has yet to allow a run this season and could take the closer job and run away with it. Not that anyone in that Brewers pen really wants it.

DJ LeMahieu  2-for-4, run. Still mad at him for taking Josh Rutledge‘s place but at least DJ’s stealing bases, and during night games he hands out free glow sticks and ecstasy and plays dub step during BP.

Brandon League 1.0 IP, 2 ER, BS. Allowed a home run to Todd Helton in the ninth but got the win after Juan Uribe hit the game-winning single in the 10th inning. Clayton Kershaw had a great day (7.0 IP, 3 ER, 5 K and 2-for-4 with 2 RBI at the plate), or as he calls it “Friday,” but League was not having it. “No, not today! Today, that win is mine.” Jealousmuch, Brandon? Either way, I’m betting Kenley Jansen is your closer by the end of the month.

Jason Castro 1-for-5. Grey told you to BUY him and a home run is your reward for listening. Cheers!

Colby Rasmus 4-for-7 with his 9th HR and 2 RBI. Colby is amazingly available in about 40% of RCL leagues and is looking like he’s heating up at the dish right now and even robbed Yonder Alonso of a homer, which is always fun to see. He’s got three homers in the past 2 weeks and as the Jays have started hitting, Rasmus could reap some major benefits in that line up.

Bartolo Colon 9.0 IP, 5 hits, 0 ER, 5 K. Zero BBs, BC? That’s what I’m talking about! It was his second shutout of the year and he’s now pitched 18 straight scoreless innings. Colon continues his quest to eliminate walking altogether. Naturally, jogging and running are also unacceptable.

Matt Joyce 1-for-4, 2-run HR. What’d I’d just say about BUYing Grey’s buys. Homers, ya’ll! That’s now back-to-back games with a home run and his fourth in the past two weeks. I am literally jumping for Joyce right now.

Jedd Gyorko 3-for-5, 2 runs, 2 RBI. Jedd played the hero last night with a 2-run double and scored the game winning run in the almost five hour, 17-inning marathon versus Toronto. But really, to be fair, anyone or thing that brought this game to an end last night would have be deemed a hero, including a thunderstorm.

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. jef says:
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    Nice write up! Is this a good or foolish sell high on Domonic? Give D Brown/JJ Hardy and get Tulo/Ethier. My OF is Bautista/J Ups/Heyward/Brown with Austin Jackson on DL, so I would drop Ethier QUICKLY as soon as Jackson was back.

    Oh, and ugh, Hamels. I pray Grey’s wrong that he’s hiding a shoulder thing.

    • Dan Pants

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      @jef: That’s a nice trade. Injury concerns aside Tulo is the number one shortstop in fantasy when healthy. I think with the OF you have you do that trade, might even be able to trade Ethier off before Ajax returns.

  2. ichirosan says:
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    Kendrys was a trade, not a FA signing. Anyway, It’s the first successful one the M’s have had since the Kingdome days.

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @ichirosan: You would know ichirosan! Seems like the guys they sign always perform their first year then fall off after that. Too bad.

  3. John Mycell says:
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    My lineup is:

    C- Vmart
    1b – Puljos
    2b – Kipnis
    3b – Longoria
    SS – Andrus
    OF – Holiday
    OF – Cespedes
    OF – Bruce/Jennings
    Util – David Wright

    Many of whom are under-performing. Should I be panicking or may I have an offensive explosion here shortly. Who should I be worried about at this point?

    • Dan Pants

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      @John Mycell: Solid lineup I wouldn’t change a thing. You might be able to flip one of your 3B to someone in need for a stud who is performing but I think all these players will come around.

  4. Shawn of the mostly living says:
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    Great write up. The only 2 guys on my staff (heh) that are movable are Cashner and Arenado. Cashner is a no brainer, but what are your thoughts on Arenado? I keep holding but find myseld asking why week after week. Is this guy just waiting to explode with production or should I move him for Joyce, or Ozuna?

    2nd question, Dickey just hit waivers due to a very frustrated owner, drop Cashner for him? Dickey was gold for me last year, but I don’t know what to think of him now. Any insight on these two questions will be greatly appreciated, thank you!

    • Dan Pants

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      @Shawn of the mostly living: Thanks. I think as the temperature rises at Coors so do the baseballs and Arenado’s number should definitely benefit from this. If he is hurting you that badly, I couldn’t blame you for making a switch if something better comes along, but I don’t think Joyce or Ozuna are that much better options. I love Andrew Cashner but I would drop him for Dickey. Dickey is tough to predict which makes him frustrating to own, but if ge goes on another one of his runs like you said he can be gold.

      • Shawn of the mostly living says:
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        Hmmm. I like it. Solid analysis, thank you@Dan Pants:

  5. Hi Dan “Dontcha Hate” Pants,

    Whats up with Eric Young being ranked so high on the hittertron for next week?

    Is that an ignore the glitch in the matrix kinda thing? Or a sneaky weekly add for a struggling 5×5 offense?

    • Dan Pants

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      @gbaked: Razzball may be biased with its EYJ love but its not that glitchy when you consider four of the top 15 for the hittertron next week play for Colorado. The Rockies have a 7 game week, 3 at Cincinnati and four at home versus the Padres.Two of the best places to hit in the league and the Cueto matchup Wednesday is the toughest pitcher he’ll face.

  6. JoeBoo says:
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    Keeper league, rest of the way:
    Cashner or Teheran?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @JoeBoo: I like Cashner a lot but have to go Teheran here.

      • JoeBoo says:
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        @Dan Pants: That electric stuff of Cashner’s isn’t so electric in long doses, thanks for confirming my suspicions.

        • Dan Pants

          Dan Pants says:
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          @JoeBoo: Great at home, but not really anywhere else. Think he gave up 3 solo hrs on thursday. Still you gotta like anyone who throws 100+ at least as a streamer.

  7. Ryan says:
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    I’m in a 20 team h2h dynasty league. I was offered segura shelby and napoli for longoria franklin and gattis. Do I consider this trade?

    c jp arencibia
    1b prince fielder
    2b neil walker
    ss yunel Escobar
    3b miguel cabrera
    inf evan longoria
    lf michael morse
    cf norichika aoki
    rf justin upton
    of carl crawford
    util desmond jennings
    bn nick franklin
    Bn jorge soler
    bn evan gattis
    bn jurickson profar
    bn peter bourjos

    sp clayton kershaw
    sp cliff lee
    sp yu darvish
    sp daniel straily
    rp sean doolittle
    rp mat belisle
    rp Jose veras
    rp heath bell
    p mat thorton
    p joe blamton
    p Barry zito
    bn zack wheeler

    • Dan Pants

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      @Ryan: I’d consider it if I was doing well. If you can spare the RBIs and HRs from Longo I like this trade long term. I expect Miller and Segura to cool off considerably, but two players I’d definitely want to own in a dynasty league.

      • Ryan says:
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        @Dan Pants: I’m currently in 2nd place if it makes a difference

        • Dan Pants

          Dan Pants says:
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          @Ryan: I’d probably do the trade.

  8. Tehol Beddict says:
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    can someone explain to me why the dodgers paid Brandon League any money, let alone the 20 something million???? like, what the phuck is going on. I feel like im taking crazy pills

    • Dan Pants

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      @Tehol Beddict: They are a mess. They sign the wrong players, trade for the wrong players and call up the wrong players. And somehow they’re still in better shape than the angels.

  9. MrMojoRisin says:
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    Here’s the problem with roto: I causes someone to say you shouldn’t play in a league where they count triples…
    Points Leagues for life!
    Well except for the RCLs :)

    • Dan Pants

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      @MrMojoRisin: Yeah, I’m just hating. Span trails just Trout and Ellsbury in trips and that’s pretty good company. Triples are not for the weak, or fat.

  10. Vottomatic says:
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    Do you think Bumgarner is a risky start vs STL tonight?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Vottomatic: Seem like he’s always risky lately but I’m starting him.

  11. FillyP says:
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    Yo. Got some questions..

    1) Drop Tillman or Kluber for Porcello?

    2) Since I’ve been asking everybody.. what do you think of trading Jennings for Medlen? Any insight into how likely the Braves are to bump him from the rotation when Beachy gets back?

    Thanks!

    • Dan Pants

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      @FillyP: 1. No, you can’t trust porcello. 2. I think its very unlikely Medlen gets bumped from the rotation but I’d also prefer Jennings of the two.

      • FillyP says:
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        @Dan Pants:

        Would you take Fister or Dickey for Jennings? Basically I’m plush at OF and looking for pitching help/depth. I’ve got Upton, Jones, Gordon, Craig, Jennings, Willingham, and Brown. Trying to move one of my bench guys for, ideally, an SP 2.

        • Dan Pants

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          @FillyP: I’d want Fister of the two

          • goodfold2 says:
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            @Dan Pants: wouldn’t it be more likely teheran’s the one bumped when beachy returns?

            • Dan Pants

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              @goodfold2: Yeah I think teheran is more likely, with five straight quality outings he certainly doesn’t deserve the demotion. It very well could be Medlen, I wish I knew the answer we’ll have to wait and see.

  12. The Thumb says:
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    Who has more value in a saves + holds league, Andrew Bailey or Koji Uehara?

    Thanks!

    • Dan Pants

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      @The Thumb: Assuming they can both stay healthy I’d want Andrew Bailey.

  13. Pigs says:
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    What should I do with Justin Upton and his absurdly high whiff rate

    • Hondo says:
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      @Pigs:

      WTF do those brothers do when the games are over?Crack?Smack or just Jack Black? Talk about a dysfunctional family oufield!

      • Dan Pants

        Dan Pants says:
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        @Hondo: Wouldn’t be surprised if BJ brought Justin over to the dark side. God forbid they are practicing together picking up the same habits and all.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Pigs: I think you have to bear with upton through his slump, no point in selling while his value is low. He will get better.

  14. Anthony says:
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    Hey Dan, Good stuff! I dropped Kendrys for Teixeira, how do you see Teix performing ros? His usual self? I start Votto at 1B but I’m going to start using Teix in my DH spot. Thanks brother!

    • Dan Pants

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      @Anthony: Any time a player suffers a wrist injury you have to be worried the power will be sapped, so I’d feel better after I see some power numbers from Teix first, but I don’t blame you dropping kendrys for him.

  15. costaricanchata says:
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    the last time we spoke , i cautioned that eric chavez would have a better week #9 (starting 5/27)
    than week # 8 .
    i was wrong .
    you were right .
    if i remember correctly , week # 8 was no great shakes , but week # 9 ….. wtf ???

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @costaricanchata: I don’t remember the exact convo but its always nice to be right!

  16. jeff says:
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    Can your IT guy add the link to your podcasts on podtrapper. I think its quite easy to do but so Is driving and most drivers in LA suck at it.

    Thnks jeff

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @jeff: I don’t manage any of this stuff but I will pass your message along. You have been advised.

  17. DoubleHeaders says:
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    Great stuff, thanks much! Dos questiones…

    Is Bumgarner hiding some arm trouble behind his fridge?
    In a dynasty h2h…..would you trade votto for shelby miller (able to keep either for next 3 yrs)

    Mucho gracias

    • Dan Pants

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      @DoubleHeaders: Bumgarner has had a rough stretch but I think he’ll be fine, just be patient he’s had some tough matchups. I would not trade Votto for Miller, even in dynasty votto is top 10, miller is not.

  18. Targaryen says:
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    What about dropping Perez for Lucroy?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Targaryen: Depends on how much you believe in Perez but Lucroy has put up more stats in three days than Perez has all year.

  19. SpecialFNK says:
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    yahoo, 5×5, roto, 12 team, non keeper.

    giving- Alcides Escobar.
    getting- Ian Kennedy

    MY TEAM.
    CA- Wieters. 1B- Votto. 2B- Gyorko. 3B- Beltre. SS- Escobar. CI- Fielder. MI- AlxRamirez.
    OF- Jennings. OF- Pagan. OF- Viciedo. OF- Quentin. OF- Carter. UT- Moreland.
    BN- Span, JDMartinez, Dominguez, Cozart, CYoung, Montero.
    SP- Kershaw. SP- Hamels.
    RP- RSoriano. RP- Valverde. P- Parnell. P- Benoit. P- Scherzer. P- AJBurnett. P- Williams.
    DL- Putz. DL- Anderson

    I can replace Escobar in my lineup with Cozart.
    Kennedy has been really good in the 2nd half the last 2 years.

    • Dan Pants

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      @SpecialFNK: If you believe in Kennedy I don’t think its a bad trade. Personally, I don’t have a lot of confidence in Kennedy. I’d prefer escobar to cozart but the difference is not that huge that you can make that trade if you think Kennedy rebounds.

  20. los locos says:
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    Shelby Miller and Kyle Seager for Alex Gordon and AJ Griffin, who’s gets the better deal?

    • Dan Pants

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      @los locos: It’s pretty close. I’d want Miller and Seager but Alex Gordon is the best player in the deal.

  21. los locos says:
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    does Daniel nava start for red sox? someone is offering me him for a draft pick.

    • Dan Pants

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      @los locos: He is currently starting and should continue to start as long as he continues to play well. The injuries to ellsbury and victorino have helped. Unless he gets outplayed by Jackie Bradley and Jonny Gomes I think Nava’s playing time is safe.

  22. los locos says:
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    skaggs being brought back up, will he stay? do I drop parker or jansen for him?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @los locos: No, I’d hold with what you have.

  23. Splendid Sphincter says:
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    Worth dropping Sally Perez for Lucroy?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Splendid Sphincter: As I said above, “Depends on how much you believe in Perez but Lucroy has put up more stats in three days than Perez has all year.”

  24. guidedbyvoices says:
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    standard 5×5 league….trying to figure out a fair buy low price on Hamels would be.Do you expect him to snap out of it?

    Im loaded w/1B(Butler,Fielder,Pujols)….Butler for Hamels?

    thnks.

    • Dan Pants

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      @guidedbyvoices: Yeah I think Hamels is a nice buy low option, you’d probably have to throw in another player with Butler but I think he’s a good guy to target.

  25. Dave says:
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    12 team NL only (4×4). Another guy in my league’s desperate for saves and shopping Heyward. His offense is doing well (1st RBI/2nd HR). My pitchers have carried me so far, but I’m middle of the pack in all offensive categories. Thinking of Offering Mujica and Marmol (he’s got Gregg) for Heyward and Affeldt. I’ve got Romo, K-Rod and Kenley as my other save options (plus Qualls, Ramos, Melancon as longshots). It’s deep enough where even all the 7th inning relievers are owned so it’s not like he can pick off saves off the waiver wire and nobody else is offering saves. Is this fair enough in your eyes to have a shot? If he counters with Mujica and K-Rod should I still do it?
    Thanks!

    • Dan Pants

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      @Dave: Sounds like saves are pretty valuable in this league and if he’s got the offense to spare I say go for Heyward. I would do either mujica/marmol or mujica/k-rod to land heyward, you may end up having to sweeten the deal a bit more though.

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