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‘Uh-oh’ doesn’t really do the sight of Stephen Strasburg throwing a pitch and shaking his elbow in pain.  Word is now he might go see Dr. Freeze.  Usually a visit to Dr. Freeze means the pitcher will be out for at least a year.  I think a visit to Dr. Freeze in this case would just mean the Nats are being very cautious.  It’s like when your Schnauzer has a bellyache and the vet tells you he’ll be fine, but you’re so worried about Arfer Woofruff that you disguise him as a little old man and seek a second opinion from a gastroenterologist.  If you own Strasburg in keeper leagues, I’d cross your fingers, toes and the street to your religious house of worship and pray for good news.  In redraft leagues, you can hold him for a day or two until it’s official, but I can’t imagine he’s pitching again this year.  Riggleman said, “I don’t even know if he’s playing catch tomorrow.  The doctor might say, ‘Don’t pick up a ball.’  The doctor might say, ‘This looks fine, this is normal pitching stuff, go get ‘em.’ But I doubt it.”  All I’m saying is you don’t take Arfer to a gastroenterologist then immediately to the park to play catch with a frisbee.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw this weekend in fantasy baseball:

Psyche!  Before we get into the roundup, just wanted to give people a heads up that we have a big announcement coming this afternoon, please check back later.  No, I’m not shaving my mustache.  Anyway II, here’s the roundup:

Alex Rodriguez – Out for 15 days because the Yankees need A-Rod to be healthy for the playoffs and he has an appointment to get his tips frosted.

Austin Kearns – 1-for-4 with a homer yesterday.  Now has a hit in his 11 games.  Unfortunately, it’s not the Yankees last 11 games, which makes Kearns hard to play unless you can platoon him in and out of your lineup.

Robinson Cano – 2-for-5, 6 RBIs and his 25th homer to match his career high.  A career year usually leads January Grey to evaluate a player to see if he’s going to be overrated.  January Grey is in Nepal giving spiritual guidance to the Beastie Boys, so I’m not sure but I don’t think Cano will be labeled overrated next year.  He’s a top 2nd baseman.

Kevin Slowey – To the DL with a strained right triceps.  (Or is that tricep?  Is it just a onecep?)  Before he went to the DL, Slowey left you with a 3 IP, 4 ER game on Saturday to remember him by.  If you’re wondering when he’s due to return, I suggest you take a step back and think about why you stay in abusive relationships.

Ricky Nolasco – Has a torn menicus, which is not the thing your great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather used to count.  The Marlins are hoping he misses just one start.  If he’s out for the season, which I think he will be, Nolasco’s done everyone a great favor.  For someone who has a 4.38 career ERA and is routinely overrated, now his value should come back to earth.

Cody Ross – The 29-year-old was grabbed by the Giants as Sabean infuses his outfield with youth.  The Giants now have more DHs then a majority of AL teams.  Do the Giants play 4 outfielders?  Are they planning on giving the middle finger to the NL and using a DH?  All valid questions.  I have to think this hurts ABs for Burrell (though it shouldn’t with the way he’s swinging the bat), Guillen and Ross.  Hopefully Torres continues to see at least 5 games a week.  Taking over for Ross in Florida…

Cameron Maybin – Perennial Razzball favorite-slash-bust returns to the Marlins outfield.  Maybin still has plenty of time to reach his potential at the major league level, but I’d hold expectations in check for the last five weeks.  He’s only a 10/20 player over the course of a season.  Break that into one month and it’s just a’ight, which is shade under a’ight and much less than a’ight a’ight.  In NL-Only leagues or keepers, you have to grab him for his upside.

Jason Heyward – 4-for-4, 4 RBIs, 4 Runs and 2 homers.  Really hoping there’s not too many more of these games this year so Heyward comes into next year relatively affordable– Oh, who am I kidding, he’s going to be so hyped next year.

Mike Minor – 6 IP, 3 ER, 8 baserunners, 12 Ks.  *Grey drools*

Omar Infante – 4-for-6, 2 homers, 4 Runs and 4 RBIs.  Buh-but, Grey, can Infante keep this up? Who cares, random italicized voice?  There’s just over a month left of the season.  Play Infante while he’s hitting.  Don’t get your mustache all in a bunch, was just asking.

Josh Thole – Will be the Mets’ everyday catcher.  Having a hard time coming up with another positive so let’s leave it at that.

Juan Gutierrez – Got the save on Saturday and now it’s questionable who’s the closer in Arizona.  I think it should be Demel, I thought the Diamondbacks would go with Heilman and now Gutierrez is getting saves.  You figure that one out.

Dustin Pedroia – Sometimes Sparky Anklebiters can get so amped with leave-it-all-on-the-fieldness that they lose sight of the big picture and rush back too soon.  That was the case here and now that case is closed for another two weeks.

Wilson Betemit – I picked up Betemit as a fluke about a week ago.  He has four homers while batting over .300 in that time.  Every bone in your body tells you you shouldn’t own Betemit, but why are you listening to bones?  Is that some voodoo shizz?

Will Rhymes – 4-for-5 with 3 Runs, but still hasn’t stole a base.  Someone needs to give Rhymes the 411 on where his fantasy value lies.

Michael Wuertz – At some point during the weekend, he lost the closer job and then Bailey returned anyway, making the whole closerousel moot.

Tommy Hunter – 8 IP, 3 ER, 5 baserunners, 0 Ks vs. O’s.  Decent enough rebound for a guy who sounds like he has a Witness Protection name.  His 42 Ks in 85 2/3 innings makes him pretty blahing to own.

Luke Scott – Two games, two homers.  Luke, you are not waiver wire fodder.

Ty Wigginton – Has two homers in the last two games too, and deuces are wild.

Joel Hanrahan – Gets the save to remind people that he’s the closer that never gets any save chances.

Jaime Garcia – 9 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 6 Ks.  Remarkably (to me, at least), his season ERA is still at 2.42.  I can almost guarantee I won’t be owning Garcia next year.

Bobby Jenks – Threw three innings yesterday as Ozzie went with the ol’ “If you don’t like your closer, throw him until he’s injured” approach.

Ryan Braun – Hit his 18th homer yesterday.  I.e., two homers less than Mike Napoli.  Or one homer more than Bill Hall.  Um, dubya-tee-eff, Braun?

Jhoulys Chacin – 7 2/3 IP, 0 ER, 4 baserunners, 9 Ks.  It’s pronounced Yo-lease.  It’s Spanish for pick him up.

Daniel Hudson – 7 IP, 0 ER, 6 baserunners, 9 Ks.  Hudson’s name sounds familiar.  Oh, I know, he’s the guy I’ve mentioned you should pick up for the last three weeks.  Yeah, that’s right.

Jeanmar Gomez – 3 IP, 7 ER.  Hopefully not too many of you went with this Cleveland Streamer.

Jonathan Broxton – 2/3 IP, 2 ER.  Please make sure you sign the ‘Die Jonathan Broxton’ petition.

Rod Barajas – Nothing says last-ditch effort to help your team like grabbing a .225 hitting catcher off waivers.  Nothing says giving up like trying to trade away Manny Ramirez.  Nothing says mixed signals like these moves in tandem.

Matt Kemp – Homers in back-to-back games as the Dodgers announced that Kemp would be put into purgatorre with Scott Podsednik and him sharing playing time.  Torre said, Kemp would get more time than Podsednik, but Kemp doesn’t have Pods’ grit and wily veteranship.  Is Torre trying to put the best team on the field or looking for a backup quarterback?  I Googled ‘grit and wily veteran’ and I found John McCain.  How about we put him in center?!

  1. tall chicks says:
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    Not that your other posts aren’t hilarious, cause they are, but this one was especially hilarious. The “Die Jonathan Broxton” petition made me LOL to myself, and I never LOL to myself. Thank you for that.

  2. Ray says:
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    announcement prediction:

    the new yorker bought razzball and will be appearing in bi monthly editions

  3. EmporersMonkey says:
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    I have Strasburg, Nolasco, Broxton and Braun in my league that counts……but I’m still in 1st. That means I’m awesome.

  4. cain fan says:
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    @Grey:

    WTF Braun = I was checking out his peripherals and here is what I found. His HR/FB rate is way down and so is his K rate. If you look closer you see that he is making way more contact outside the zone (like 70%, Boggs/Mattingly like) which makes me think hes hitting more weak fly balls and grounders contributing to both factors. Not sure if this is a new approach or just flukey but I would be concerned about his power going forward.

  5. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    in a roto league where i was up 15-20 HRs not too long after the all-star break, i’ve traded votto and cargo for SP help, and filled the gaps with guys like pablo sandoval, omar infante, rajai davis, and johnny damon (Rs, avg, hits, 2Bs help). i still have a 20 or so HR lead thanks to oddities like infante’s 3 HRs in 2 days. it’s like my fantasy team brings out the power in guys.

    @cain fan: i am a braun owner in my keeper league. was looking at his numbers and pence’s numbers side-by-side for my team, and they are almost the exact same.

    .296-77-18-73-13 (.478 slug)
    .284-76-19-68-15 (.472 slug)

    who is who?

  6. Wilsonian says:
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    Wow, that Kemp bizz-nass just about made me cry in my coffee. Just in time for my playoffs! Is Kemp even still rosterable in an 8 Team H2H Keeper? I’m assuming “yes” but damn he’s just going to be taking up a roster spot…many thanks to Purgatorre.

  7. HotCorner says:
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    Grey, I have a dilemma. I’ve got Garza vs BOS, Kershaw @ COL, Lester vs SEA, Ani Sanchez @ NYM and D. Hudson @ SF. One has to sit…any words of wisdom you can lend? H2H and lineups have to be set for the week.

  8. HotCorner says:
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    Plus I was able to pick up Mike Minor…how’d I forget to mention him???

  9. HotCorner says:
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    @cain fan: I have Braun also…maybe he’s off his cycle. LOL

  10. Wah says:
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    Chacin or Hudson?

  11. Long Bong Hitters says:
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    Would it be considered completely insane to start Brandon Morrow tonight vs the Yankees?

  12. Black Beard says:
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    Weekly league, please rank. Thanks!

    Wandy – @PHI
    Floyd – BAL, NYY
    Kuroda – @MIL, @COL
    Hudson – @SF
    Scherzer – @TOR

  13. Wilsonian says:
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    It’s time to play “Make Grey Randomly Rank Guys for the Rest of the Season”!!!

    Round 1: Pitchers – Chacin, Minor, Wolf, Enright, Pelfrey, Norris

    Round 2: Not Pitchers – Burrell, Overbay, Boesch, Venable, Murphy, Branyan, Hall, Betemit, LoMo

    Side note to Mr. Kemp: according to Buster (not to be confused with Busta), Manny will be gone within the next 8 days, and that “should” help out with Kemp’s PT. Should is in quotations because it’s like Russian Roulette with Torre and his OF.

  14. Cole says:
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    I think braun screwed up his swing with that barrage of dingers off the barber pitcher in that razor ad.

  15. Eddy says:
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    There’s that Minor drooling I foresaw a couple weeks ago!!

    So I’m heading into the final week of my H2H $$$ league tied for the final spot to get into the playoffs.

    Really wish college wouldn’t have started back up this week.

  16. rafi says:
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    AL Only… Am I crazy for considering 2 start Bonderman (1 at home vs KC, 1 in toronto) over awesome brett anderson pitching in texas?

    Before you ask, we count ERA not xFIP in this league.

  17. HotCorner says:
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    @Long Bong Hitters: I wouldn’t…he’s got a 4.72 ERA and 1.45 WHIP against the Yanks.

  18. royce! says:
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    Beckett is really bumming me out, but based on his peripherals, I don’t think I can drop him. Over the last month, he has an ERA of 6.68. His xFIP is only 3.90, though. Other players with a 3.90 xFIP (or close to 3.90) over the last month: CC, Niese, Floyd, Danks, Garza, Buchholz, Billingsley, Ubaldo, Cecil, Greinke…yadda yadda yadda.

    Hopefully Beckett will pull off the same magic act that Bills has over the last month. About a month ago I was considering dropping Bills after another implosion (I think it was the 7 ER game @ STL) and I checked his splits and peripherals and decided that he was worth hanging on to (and, in the RCL, trading for). Bills’ xFIP was much lower than his ERA, and now there’s only a .2 difference between the two.

    Anyhow, I had to write all of this out to justify not dropping Beckett, who hopefully will return the favor and not drop crap all over my head, again.

  19. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    @royce!: 12 team roto league i dropped beckett. i just asked myself whether i could see myself trusting him against the yanks, rays, and jays this season. answer was no. even if he has a good start or 2, i couldn’t do it.

  20. royce! says:
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    @ThePoonTycoon: Yeah, I did the same in the RCL, and in my 10-team roto. I’m just hanging on to him in a 14-team h2h where I don’t plan on using him until the last round of the playoffs, when he projects to have 3 starts (last round is 2 weeks, so pitchers whose first start of the first week is late enough in the week that they’ll only get 2 starts over the 2 week period could be worth less) or possibly in the week starting 9/6 when he’ll be going against the A’s, if he pitches well prior to that.

    My gut feeling is that he’s struggling when he gets runners aboard, typically later in the game, which seems to be an emotional, not physical, problem. Bills seemed to be having that problem and pulled himself out of it. Another good example is early 2009 Nolasco, who was outstanding until someone reached base, and then would nosedive. I think his strand rate was under 50% until he built up some confidence in the minors and came back and was much better (though he did have some ups and downs after returning as well, but nothing as “down” as his May, 2009, when his ERA was 12.23 and his LOB% was under 40).

  21. Wah says:
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    Raburn or Eric Young Jr. at 2B?

    Dropping Markakis for Crisp is a no-brainer at this point, right? I also have Carlos Less… EEEK!

  22. Baron Von Vulturewins

    Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    Not sure when “Purgatorre” got coined, or by who, but it is awesome.

  23. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @tall chicks: Thanks!

    @Ray: Yes, no more posts, only cartoons that you don’t understand.

    @EmporersMonkey: Nice

    @cain fan: I think he’s nursing an injury.

    @ThePoonTycoon: Nice

    @Wilsonian: Yes

    @HotCorner: Sit Sanchez.

    @Wah: Hudson

    @Long Bong Hitters: Not in some leagues.

    @Black Beard: Hudson, Scherzer, Wandy, Kuroda…

    @Wilsonian: Chacin, Minor, Pelfrey, Norris… Burrell, Murphy, Betemit…

    @Cole: Ha!

    @Eddy: Damn, big week.

    @rafi: Yeah, crazy.

    @royce!: Yeah, but there’s just so little time left for people to turn it around.

    @Wah: Young… Go with Markakis.

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: Yeah, someone coined it last week. It’s good stuff.

  24. sean says:
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    @Wilsonian: @Baron Von Vulturewins: Much agreed. Great term. Unfortunately, I’ve got the egg on my face here. One would think Pods would be best served to play 2-3 times a week in left field since Manny is 47. The dilemma is that I own Pods and Kemp and both of their values suffer here. I guess I’ll have to play this one like fantasy football and handcuff…

    That brings me to my point. The most difficult player to own in all of fantasy baseball is the high upside player who is underperforming. Sit him and you miss out on Kemp’s 5-for-5 two homer game a few weeks ago. Start him, and you probably wind up with an empty 1-for-4. I’m in the same boat with Justin Upton on another team. Upside is a cruel, cruel mistress with a very ugly sister named Downside waiting right around the corner.

  25. rafi says:
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    @Grey aw man, Bondy is due for a good game. ok I’ll play it “safe” but when BA gets shelled in Texas and JB gets a win and 10 k’s this week it’ll be on your head.

  26. Commish Cauda says:
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    H2H-POINTS LEAGUE, (Wins=10, L=-5, S=5, K=1, Inn=1, ER=-1, BB=-0.3, HA=-0.1)

    SP/RP spot. Do I sit Soria (@DET, @CLE) in favor of:

    J. Chacin vsLA (Kershaw)
    or
    Daniel Hudson @SF (Zito)

    An avg week from Soria would be 12-15pts. A winning pitcher who throws a good amount of Ks can earn 20-25pts. A n/d for the same arms is around 12-15pts. Basically, I’m gambling I would get a win from either Chacin or Hudson.

    Big week. I need the win to make the playoffs. Stay conservative with Soria or go upside with one of young arms?

  27. d-rot says:
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    Time to pick up Big Baby Jesus?
    Does he start next season with the yanks?

  28. Rob B says:
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    Here is a terribly yawnstipating question. With Pedroia on my DL, which 2B do you like best for the next 2-6 weeks: Bill Hall, Jed Lowrie, Orlando Hudson or Alberto Callaspo?

  29. Wah says:
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    @Grey

    Sorry.. just want to clarify.. drop Markakis for Crisp, or hold Markakis? I’m guessing you were implying to drop Markakis for Crisp and hold Carlos Lee? Thanks!

  30. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wah: Drop Markakis.

  31. Mike says:
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    Minor, Chacin, and D. Hudson are all available in my league (non-keeper). Do I drop Haren and/or Floyd to add any of those guys? How would you rank the 3 young arms for the rest of the year? Thanks!!

  32. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Rob B: Hall

    @Mike: Can lose Floyd for Hudson.

  33. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: thanks for the help, as usual. I’m really hoping Buster was right about Manny and him getting shipped out and that’ll save me the trouble of the every day “sit or start” question with Kemp.

    Would you drop Minor for Chacin in a 16 Team H2Her just for the rest of the year?

  34. d-rot says:
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    Sorry, Jesus Montero.
    A september callup would be helpful in my keeper league, but I’m more concerned with next year. Will he have value next year in a 12-team mixed?
    Thanks.

  35. Wilsonian says:
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    @Wilsonian: oh, and do you like Murphy or Betemit more than Beckham for the rest of the year for UTIL and spot starting?

  36. Commish Cauda says:
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    16-team, H2H-POINTS Keeper League

    I can keep two current minor leaguers for free for next year. Guys who will be able to contribute in 2011 are more preferable over long term projects. Who TWO would you keep?

    Kyle Gibson
    Chris Carter (OAK)
    Dayan Viciedo
    Eric Hosmer
    Jacob Turner
    Jenry Mejia
    Martin Perez
    Chris Tillman
    Zach Britton

    Thanks.

  37. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: Sure

    @d-rot: He could have some value next year, but unless it’s a dynasty league I wouldn’t bother.

    @Wilsonian: Betemit for right now, Murphy from now until the end of the year.

    @Commish Cauda: Viciedo, Carter… That could change depending on what happens in the offseason.

  38. HotCorner says:
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    Grey…thanks. Try saying that 10 times fast.

  39. Mike says:
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    Thanks so much for your advice!!

    I’m running into an innings limit issue, so I need to start getting a little more selective in my SP outings. So, for this week, do I start/sit Haren vs. TB, Scherzer @ TOR, W. Rodriguez @ PHI, B. Anderson @ TEX?

    Thanks again!

  40. Bob says:
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    Start Morrow against NY today?

  41. tHe sHiT says:
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    @Grey: I hope the announcement will be a positive one. Thankfully, im off 2day, so i will be refreshing the browser on my iphone every 5 minutes…

  42. Mike says:
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    @ Grey: That’s what I was leaning toward. Glad you agree.

    Thanks again so much!

  43. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @tHe sHiT: We only do positive announcements. Unlike Torre.

    @Mike: No problem.

  44. HotCorner says:
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    Anybody…Garza vs Sawx or Minor vs Marlins

  45. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    @HotCorner: check garza’s line last week v. the sawx

  46. tHe sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Cool. Hey there is a good pizza place called Purgatory Pizza a couple miles east of Dodger stadium. They make good vegetarian pizza if ur into that kinda stuff. Their regular pizza is awesome. It would be great irony 2 eat sum pizza 4rm there while watching the Dodger game. I wonder if theyll consider naming a pizza after Kemp, something that looks great but gives u buyers remorse after u take the first bite.

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    @sean:
    With you on the Upton dilemma but it looks like we got good times ahead. He’s been hot the last two games and busted out of his funk. Lets hope it lasts a couple of weeks!

  48. royce! says:
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    @Grey: Very true. I would not advise holding Beckett in most situations, but I think in my situation I can bench him for 3-4 starts and not forgo anyone too interesting.

  49. HotCorner says:
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    I did…didn’t help much

  50. HotCorner says:
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    @ThePoonTycoon: I like Minor’s upside vs the fish, but Garza pitches well against BoSox in the Dome

  51. HotCorner says:
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    @HotCorner: Plus I’m a Sox fan, so it blurs my thinking a little.

  52. HotCorner says:
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    whoops…how did that happen

  53. Back to Minors says:
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    don’t know if this has been said, but SF simply put a claim on Ross to prevent Padres from getting him. FLA said, “ok, he’s yours!” oops.

  54. herschel says:
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    @Grey: need to start two of the these three (need runs, rbi and sbs in that order).

    kel-jo (3 @ sd, 3 @ sf)
    eyj (3 vs atl, 3 vs la)
    tabata (3 vs stl, 3 @ mil)

    also 1 sp for this week (need wins, era and whip, in that order):

    volquez (@ sf, vs chi)
    baker (@sea)
    cueto (vs chi)
    wandy (@phi)

    thanks (and glad you enjoyed purgatorre).

  55. ThePoonTycoon says:
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    @HotCorner: ugh, for some reason got his great start v. tx confused and was thinking bos. i’d still start him though with boston’s injuries and he’s been great in august with a 1.27 era.

  56. Lob Ball says:
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    Can Myers tame the Phillies tonight? I’m thinking not.

  57. HotCorner says:
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    @ThePoonTycoon: Thanks man…I’ve got him active. Just have to remind myself that Minor was pitching against the Cubs yesterday.

  58. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @HotCorner: Minor, don’t mind either though.

    @tHe sHiT: Cool, will keep it in mind. Had terrible pizza on Saturday. Some place on Wilshire, DaVita’s. Was so bad. Joe’s on Sunset is the best pizzeria pizza in LA.

    @royce!: Cool

    @Back to Minors: Ha

    @herschel: Young, Johnson… Baker…Yeah, were you purgatorre? It’s awesome. Sorry I blatantly copped it.

    @Lob Ball: Bleh

  59. HotCorner says:
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    @ Grey…if J. Sanchez is filthy Sanchez…what is Ani Sanchez?

  60. herschel says:
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    @Grey: please, its literally the least i could do to contribute to the site (ps, daquiris coming once i hopefully hang on to win my league).

  61. Rob says:
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    Ian Desmond, Ryan Raburn or Asdrubal Cabrera?

  62. Mike D. says:
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    @Grey: 5×5 Roto – Kindly appreciate your thoughts on best 3 starters from these options:

    -J. Shields (@LAA, vs. BOS)
    -Floyd (vs. BAL, vs. NYY)
    -Duensing (@TEX)
    -Morrow (vs. NYY, vs. DET)
    -J. Gomez (vs. KC)
    -Cecil (vs. NYY)

    Trying to protect ERA and WHIP more than collect wins and Ks. Thanks Grey.
    Mike D.

  63. tHe sHiT says:
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    @Grey: U gotta try Stefano’s on hollywood blvd. I think its the oldest pizza establishment in the blvd. Its a hole in the wall, pizza is a little greasy, but damn that is some good pizza! If you are ever on the eastside, look up Rio’s Pizza. That is my favorite pizza ever…

  64. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @HotCorner: Girly Sanchez?

    @herschel: Cool

    @Rob: Desmond

    @Mike D.: None of these are great. Shields, Floyd, Cecil…

    @tHe sHiT: I know Stefano’s, good stuff. Will keep Rio’s in mind.

  65. Mike says:
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    Do you start Pena against Kazmir or Chris Johnson against Blanton in your UTIL spot tonight?

  66. HotCorner says:
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    Out…hasta manana

  67. tHe sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Damn, all this pizza talk is making me hungry!

  68. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Mike: Johnson

    @tHe sHiT: Hehe

    *****THERE’S A NEW POST FOR FOLLOWUPS FOR ME.******

  69. dja says:
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    choose 2: cueto, Travis wood, mike minor, Daniel Hudson

    would you drop heilman?

  70. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @dja: Drop Heilman. Wood, Hudson…

    *****THERE’S A NEW POST FOR FOLLOWUPS FOR ME.******

  71. royale wit cheese says:
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    What’s good Grey? I need to pick that computer of yours you call a brain.

    I got Lester, Nolasco, Stras, Minor, Guthrie, Floyd, Morrow. I know, not much. I traded CJ Wilson for Aramis a few weeks ago.

    Bailey, Chacin, Westbrook are the best available. Drop Stras/Floyd for the two?

    Also, I dropped Markakis and Beltran yesterday in a rash, albeit, necessary move. Picked up Crisp, Young, Murphy. Will the former two come back to bite me?

  72. Grey

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

  73. sean says:
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    @Eddy: I’m 50/50 on Upton @SF/SD or a week of Murphy playing in Arlington.

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