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I’ve been mentioning him here and there in the blurb sections of the roundups, but I can’t wait until Friday’s Buy, or until the offseason when I’m gonna gush over him in a sleeper post.  I love Cody Asche.  I love him for everything he is, and for everything he’s not.  One thing he’s not is on many, if anyone’s radar.  He’s not even owned in 1% of ESPN leagues, though once Matthew Berry picks him up on 24,000 of his teams that number will shoot up to 99% owned.  Yesterday, Asche went 3-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 3rd homer in 28 games.  Prorate that over a full season and he’s hitting 40 homers– Wait, I had my calculator to Chris Davis math.  Okay, so it’s only about 15-20 homers, but he can also steal 10 bases and should hit around .290.  He’s like a modern day Eric Hosmer, if Eric Hosmer weren’t already modern day.  I remixing The Game for this Outkast and Asche’s to Asche’s, ah ha, don’t make me hush this fuss!   Why do I love him for this year, but much more for 2014 fantasy baseball?  The Phillies need to move towards the future, and Asche will have a starting job, and get drafted in the late 200′s in most mixed leagues, but have the upside of a 70/17/82/.285/10 player.  Yes, I just gave you my first 2014 projection.  Cody Asche, you make me excited, let’s cuddle.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Gio Gonzalez – 5 2/3 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 6 Ks.  Bad day to expect a decent start from your ace vs. a crap team.  Yesterday, was a good day to expect a solid start from your ace vs. a great team.  What a wildly uneven season it’s been for Gio.  5.34 ERA in April and July, sub-2.50 ERA’s in May and July.  It’s like the ADHD version of Saberhagenmetrics.

Wilson Ramos – 1-for-2, 4 RBIs and his 10th homer, and his 2nd homer in the last week.  Volleyball Away We Go’s homer last night was an absolute bomb the other way.  Not much more than a .270, 3-4 homer per month hitter, but if he’s locked in, I could see grabbing him.

Denard Span – 3-for-6, 2 runs and a steal.  Guess how many steals he has.  Go ahead, I’ll wait.  *scratches head, makes an errant throw of a soda can towards the garbage that knocks over a candelabra, throws priceless childhood teddy bear on flames, screams like a little girl, stomps out remaining fire and rushes teddy bear to hospital, returns home with $3,000 bill*  Okay, I’m done waiting.  Denard has 12 steals!  Blech, that’s terrible.

Jason Heyward – Cleared for catch and tee work.  He hopes to be ready for the Fall Classic in Pitch and Putt.

Evan Gattis – 3-for-3 and his 16th homer after returning from a three day stint in the minors.  The minor league season was over but Gattis just wandered around for a few days and felt right at home.  I’d grab Gattis for my catcher slot if I were struggling; I wouldn’t expect him to play more than five games per week.

B.J. Upton – 2-for-4, and 4-for-8 in the last two games.  I wasn’t joking yesterday when I said he was insanely hot last September, and I’d take a flyer on him to see if he can repeat it this year.

Kris Medlen – 7 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 9 Ks vs. the Mets in what was billed in the preseason as “The One For NL East Bragging Rights” and ended up “The One Where The Mets Bat Josh Satin Third And It Actually Makes Sense With Their Lineup.”

Andrelton Simmons – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 13th homer.  Bit of a bummer that he’s been batting 8th, but really can’t see him moving up, unless he were in a flying saucer.

Eric Young – 2-for-3, 1 run and his 35th steal.  Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months, months turned into a trimester, and something else plagiarized from a different writer about how long it’s been now that I’ve owned Young on my RCL team.  Somehow, I have 27 steals from him in 335 ABs.  It’s actually amazing I’m even competing in homers considering I’ve forfeited his spot for any power (and I’m carrying Rajai.  Grey, you so crazy; I think I wanna have your baby!).

Carlos Torres – 7 IP, 3 ER, 8 baserunners, 6 Ks, 2.89 ERA through 62 1/3 IP and a 1.07 WHIP.  It doesn’t really make sense with his past history.  Maybe that was Carlos and now he’s Carfound; I don’t know.  I still wouldn’t trust him unless I absolutely had to and only in home matchups, which he does get next time out (vs. the Nats), so it’s a possibility.

Matt Kemp – Unlikely to be activated this weekend.  Guess his OB/GYN didn’t clear him.

Salvador Perez – 3-for-4, 2 RBIs and a home run the first day on my team.  Sitting Shiva Perez!  For that, I’ll brush the dead leaves off your abuelita’s gravestone while you go get us cafe con leche.

Bruce Chen – 6 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 2 Ks, ERA at 2.81.  Not surprising he pitched well again; if you’re gonna sell your soul, you don’t say, “Make me pitch well for every game, except the Mariners one.”

Erasmo Ramirez – 6 1/3 IP, 3 ER, 10 baserunners, 3 Ks, 5.07 ERA.  I realize I was guilty of hyping him up a tad (a lot), but you gotta look elsewhere, he hasn’t been worth the aggravation.

Kyle Seager – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 22nd homer, hitting near .400 in the last week.  You know, when my Cougar is on a boat, she’s a total Seager.

Justin Masterson – Will not make his next start.  Wait, it gets worst.  He also used your Eric Davis rookie card as a coaster.  Nah, I’m playin’; it’s not that bad.  He could also miss a second start, due to this, can’t put his finger on it, I don’t know, they’re saying something oblique.

Ubaldo Jimenez – 6 IP, 0 ER, 6 baserunners, 4 Ks.  They’ve gone about it in two completely different ways, but Ubaldo and Gio Gonzalez have nearly the same ERAs.  Gag me with a spoon.  No, not Valley Girl talk, literally jam a spoon into my throat.  The Stream-o-Nator found today’s start digestible for Ubaldo, and thinks about the same for him next time.  I have my concerns, but he’s proven to be startable in most mixed leagues.

Chris Perez – 1 IP, 3 ER.  Kazaam!

Nate McLouth – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs.  He got McLousy for a while there, and his steals dried up pretty hardcore as a girl with tattoos would say, but McLouth has now hit homers in back-to-back games, so it could be the start of somethin’, gotta be startin’ somethin’.

Billy Hamilton – Got his first major league steal on a pinch run assignment.  It came on Yadier Molina.  All Molina could do was smile.  When Hamilton runs, all I can hear is Patrick Swayze’s song, She’s Like the Wind.

Homer Bailey – 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 8 Ks.  You know what, Christian Bale is?  Tempestuous.  You need him for your movie, because, brucely, he’s a great actor, but you get him on your movie and he pistol whips an intern for bringing him a tuna salad sandwich with two toothpicks.  “I SAID ONE TOOTHPICK ON EACH SIDE!!!  En garde!”  Homer Bailey not only looks like Bale, but he acts like him.  He labors through a Brew Crew matchup, mentally checked out, then he ties one on the Cardinals.

Michael Wacha – 6 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 3 Ks.  Not only better than I expected, but much better than I expected.  Okay, so I could’ve just said much better than I expected and been done with the sentence; you marking your screen for superfluous words?  First thing we do, kill all the adverbs!  Sorry, Cliff Lee.  Wacha draws another tough matchup next vs. the Pirates and I’d still be careful.  Not a great time of year to get risky with yo’ bad self.

Yonder Alonso – Could return in two weeks.  Since he has six homers in 95 games so far, that means in the two final weeks he could get at least 4 long outs and a double off the wall.

Hiroki Kuroda – 6 1/3 IP, 4 ER, 9 baserunners, 7 Ks, now 12 earned runs in the last eleven innings.  Hiroki Kuroda hates your H2H team.

Phil Hughes – Demoted to the bullpen.  The pitchers in the bullpen said, “Don’t insult us.”

Eduardo Nunez – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 9th steal.  Not playing every day, but has gotten in there more times than not even with Pasta Diving Jeter back.  Nunez is a decent flyer to look at for some middle infidel speed in deeper leagues.  At least he won’t pretend to have a full contact book so he can’t take down your number.

Alejandro De Aza – 3-for-4, 2 runs and a slam (15) and legs (19).  So, this is a little weird.  I went to the Player Rater to see where De Aza ranked and I expected him to be much higher than I expected, but it’s the opposite.  He’s much lower.  I mean, not bad, but around that of Victorino, Crisp and Moss, guys who haven’t played nearly as many games (thus accruing counting stats).  Hey, I never said this was funny or interesting, just a little weird.  Cut me some slack!

Adam Dunn – 1-for-4, 1 RBI.  He said he could possibly retire after this year.  Babe, The Blue Ox said, “I’m not pushing him one way or the other.”

Glen Perkins – 1 IP, 3 ER.  He’s in no danger of losing the closing job, unless his fantasy owners locate his address.

Trevor Plouffe – 4-for-6, 2 RBIs and his 14th homer and his 2nd day in a row with a homer.  Plouffe goes the dynamite!  I told you to pick him up yesterday, today I tell you you (stutterer!) should’ve listened to me yesterday.

Josmil Pinto – 4-for-5, 2 runs.  I’m not at a place where I can recommend him yet in one catcher leagues, below maybe a 16-teamer, but I’d definitely start to look at him.  Twins have nothing to lose by starting him; I mean, they lose anyway.

Chris Carter – 1-for-5 with his 27th homer.  Didja listen to me and the Hitter-Tron for this batty call?  You didn’t?  Too bad, so sad.

Max Scherzer – 7 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 8 Ks.  Took the loss to move his record to 19-2.  I still love you, Scherzer, but I wish you’d write back some time.  I feathered my hair extra special for you.

Omar Infante – 2-for-4, 1 run and is batting around .300 in the last week with two homers (which came in one day).  He’s not much more than help on average when he’s hitting, but right now he is hitting.

Christian Yelich – 3-for-5, 1 run, 2 RBIs and his 5th steal, hitting over .450 in the last week.  Just give me your password and I’ll pick him up for your team.

Rajai Davis – 1-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 3rd homer.  After the game, Rajai, King of SAGNOF, said, “For taking all of the peasants’ potatoes, I give you a tater.”

Moises Sierra – 3-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 1st homer.  He credits his power to wanting to hit the ball as far away as possible when his mom, Moises Alou, would throw toss him yellow-stained balls.

Chris Owings – Called up by the Diamondbacks.  For those who have lived through Mike to Giancarlo and Fausto Carmona to Roberto Hernandez, Chris Ownings didn’t used to be Micah Ownings.  Chris Ownings will be used as infield depth for now, but he’s worth grabbing in deeper NL-Only leagues and keepers.  He had 12 homers, 20 steals and hit .330 in Triple-A, i.e., he’s got more offensive upside for next year than The Notorious D.I.D.I.

Wade Miley – 1 2/3 IP, 5 ER.  This is the worst I’ve seen a Miley look in about ten days.

Adam Eaton – 1-for-4 and his 3rd homer.  He’s right there with Yelich.  I can keep telling you to pick him up, but if you don’t listen, we’re both gonna go mad.  Ebebcbxcsgy– See that?  That’s me typing with a strait jacket on.  You don’t want that.

Miguel Montero – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 10th homer, and his 2nd homer in the last 8 games and hitting over .350 in the last week.  Hasn’t been a memorable season thus far, but he looks like a hot schmotato.

Matt Moore – 5 1/3 IP, 0 ER, 8 baserunners, 6 Ks.  The good news is he looks back to his old self.  The bad news is he walked four guys in five-plus innings.

Desmond Jennings – 1-for-5 and the slam (12) and legs (19).  Due to my Chris Carter extended batty call and needing room for pitchers, I never got around to dropping Jennings this past Sunday.  Now, he just bought himself another week.

Jon Lester – 7 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 9 Ks, to lower his ERA to 3.88.  Yesterday, was a day of sonavabenchings.  Between Bailey, Nolasco, Matt Moore, Yovani, Wacha and Lester, at least one of them got you.  It’s how you come back from that adversity that shows the true merit of a man, or four ladies.  If fantasy baseball cannot be played with honor, integrity and courage from your mother’s basement, where can it be played?

Carlos Gonzalez – Activated from the DL to play the field and pinch run.  HAHAHAHAHAHA…What, wait?!?  The Rockies are activating CarGo to make a sliding catch or slide into a base to potentially hurt himself more?  Oh.  Okay.  *pause for reaction*  No reaction.  I got nothing.  The Rockies have just won the first Darwin Award for a major league baseball team.  It’s gonna be hard for another team to beat them.  Angels would have to activate Pujols and his sore heel to play in their charity soccer game and ask him to defend David Beckham.

Josh Rutledge – Hit his 7th homer; this one of the pinch hit variety.  Why is he not playing?  Why does Walt Weiss hate him?  Who is managing the Rockies next year?  Can Rutledge bake him cookies now to prime him?

Nick Punto – 4-for-5, 1 run.  Ever notice when someone starts a sentence with, “I swear to you,” you never believe a word they say?  Any the hoo!  I swear to you I was going to pick up Punto for this game.

Ricky Nolasco – 6 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 5 Ks in Coors.  You got bigger coconuts than me if you started him here.  So, you win the coconut showdown.  Congrats.

Angel Pagan – 3-for-5 and his 8th steal.  Has a hit in every game since he’s returned from injury with two steals.  He’ll probably sit occasionally, but if you’re dying for runs and some speed, I’d take a look at Dan Brown’s favorite player.

Yovani Gallardo – 7 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 6 Ks.  Even when he’s pitching well, which he is, I find him duplicitous in nature.  Like, if I owned him for this start, there would be an official scorer overruling and his line would suddenly become 7 IP, 9 ER.  You duplicitous, YoGa!

Andrew McCutchen – 2-for-4, 3 runs and his 18th homer.  The Dread Pirate and dolls get mentioned in this afternoon’s podcast post.  It’s a whopper to end all whoppers!

Justin Morneau – 3-for-3.  Really taking to his new home in Pittsburgh like that guy from somewhere who moved to Pittsburgh.  I’m sure it’s happened, I just can’t think of anyone that’s voluntarily moved to Pittsburgh.

Jason Grilli – Returns from the DL.  Not so fast with your wanting to drop Melancon.  Chill, take a Melancon, since that sounds like a mood relaxer.  The Pirates don’t know when Grilli will be used in a save situation just yet and he may not be called on to save every single game even if he gets one here and there.   Last night, true to their word, Melancon got the save.  Arghh is their other word.

Jeff Locke – Will return on Saturday vs. the Cardinals.  Here’s an analogy for you.  You just had your heart broken, the girl you loved was sleeping with your best friend.  So, your other friend tries to help you out by buying you tickets to go see the Victoria’s Secret fashion show.  In this scenario, Locke is you.

Mitch Moreland – 2-for-4 and his 22nd homer, five homers in the last eleven games.  All he does is hit homers (when he plays)!  (If only he played every day) he’d be approaching 30 homers.  He’s this week’s Brandon Moss (so grab him, but you’ll need to platoon him).

Martin Perez – 7 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 5 Ks.  I streamed him here and dropped him before the game was over.  It’s that time of the year.  Hit it and quit it!

Elvis Andrus – Out of the lineup again due to back discomfort.  Fun fact!  Elvis’s sisters are a harmony group that play for the military.  They go by the name, The Andrus Sisters.

  1. letsgobravos says:
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    First?!

    Grey…is it time to cut bait on D. Brown? I would be replacing him possibly with Boneface for speed or someone like Eaton for over all uncrappy/healthiness.

    • goodfold2 says:
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      @letsgobravos: probably yes,as achilles tendonitis takes a while to be healed. I had it last year when a dog bit my ankle. wasn’t even that bad or deep of a bite, but it gave me a minor case of this. Hard to push off of that ankle, and even when you would, it would swell up.

    • RandomItalicizedVoice says:
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      @letsgobravos: If I could have any power in the world…ability to fly, ability to turn objects into gold, x-ray vision (on second thought, maybe I would prefer x-ray vision)…the power I would choose to have is the ability to ignore those people that have ever written “first” on a message board/blogpost/forum etc, not only in the online sense, but also in the real world. I feel like these just are not people I wish to know in any way.

      ::end rant::

        • Shawn of the livid says:
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          @Prezi: You should probably lighten up a bit. Cust Kayin’

      • goodfold2 says:
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        @RandomItalicizedVoice: maybe i’m an born superhero but i seem to have no problem ignoring those people.didn’t even need the genie wishes.

  2. bossmanjunior says:
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    haha…Do I get an assist for the title?

    Just like some guys on here, I talk about this website occasionally to friends and family, including my dad, who I talk baseball with every day. The other day I was talking about Eaton with my dad and he said “I have a good title for your razzball, ‘Diamondbacks Adam Eaton out of their hand.’” So, there you go, a future title for future Grey from my dad.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @bossmanjunior: Ha, nice… What if your dad was secretly…Grey Albright?!

  3. bossmanjunior says:
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    Setting my rotation for next week in my h2h playoffs. Here are my current starters and their probable starts next week. Are any of these guys sits and would you make any moves with the listed guys on the waiver? If no sits or drops, who is on the bubble? Thanks!

    Bumgarner @LAD
    Gio @NYM, vPHI
    Lester vNYY
    Miller vMIL, vSEA
    Garza vPIT
    Niese vWAS
    Kluber vKC or @CHW
    A. Wood @MIA
    Buchholz @TB (on DL)

    Waiver Wire

    Morton vCHC
    Masterson @CHW? (Skipping next start, might miss next too)
    Ubaldo vKC, @CHW
    Maholm vSD
    ?Cashner @PHI
    ?Perez vPIT, vOAK?
    Vargas @HOU?
    ?McAllister vKC, @CHW

    • bossmanjunior says:
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      @bossmanjunior:

      Sorry for the ?’s in the waiver wire probables. Transfered the text from a word file.

  4. goodfold2 says:
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    11 team roto with 208.33 innings left. Very bad pitching team when I inherited it. I just threw away vargas (1 day stream went real bad), corbin,wood. after adding together all my projected innings of these guys left latos/stras/gray/carpenter/paco/siegrist/holland/matusz/wil smith (just picked him up, he’s been up for 28 innings this year, and rules) veras/rivera/grilli i’m left with needing to find around 50 innings, or around 8 starts. Should any of these be some of those
    Bueherle tomorrow @ARI(he’s been great, ARI’s been horrible lately)
    Estrada 9/6@CUBS
    haren 9/6 @MIA (likely not wanting to risk this due to last garbage start, i had him for it, in this league)
    Kazmir 9/6 vs Mess
    salazar 9/7 vs Mess
    straily 9/7 vs HOU
    if i use two of these on same day i would have to drop one of arenado/rizzo/moss (2 of these are bench bats most days). These are the only good open pitcher spots till 9/10. So i’d still have 11 days to fill the other innings.
    2. is collmenter pickupable for dropping 1 of arenado/rizzo/moss right now? He, along with matusz/wil smith would give me 10 RP’s to play every day.
    3. are any of those same 3 guys droppable for any of these corner guys: dominguez/carter/moreland?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @goodfold2: Kazmir, Straily, Salazar… I’d lose Rizzo… 2. Nah, is Roark owned? 3. Moreland over Rizzo

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        @Grey: only have 7 RP slots that are currently filled by paco/siegrist/rivera/holland/veras/rivera/grilli; that is, until Roark counts as SP, which might not happen this season. Matusz and wil smith fit in everyday at SP slots. Collmenter could also do that, but he’s not as good as those others.
        1.I’m thinking (unless it’s near end of year and i still need innings i should hold on those RP’s over Roark) with these three players (one of which plays every day) moss/dyson/arenado (even after dumping rizzo for moreland) I could drop one of them to be able to stream both salazar and straily (same day)

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yup, Dyson if you don’t need steals, Arenado otherwise since he’s leaving Coors for a week…

        • goodfold2 says:
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          @goodfold2: i’m sorry, i said that wrong dyson/moss/arenado are bench bats. Probably don’t need 3. Rizzo (now Moreland) will be most of time starter.

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            You don’t need Arenado on your bench

    • Prezi says:
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      Meow.

    • Wake Up says:
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      @Gareth: Chase replies to Mac. Nice!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Gareth: Wow, Chase looked old there

  5. Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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    carfound torres is definitely sticking if that dude can stay in rotation, or even just team. I own absolutley none of those benched pitchers(6 leagues) except bailey, in both of my main leagues,and played him, because for some silly reason he is better at home, and he messed up the cardinals last time in STL too. Also, having Lo as only pitcher on MON i really wanted to throw as many decent starts as possible. only benched erasmo and cole, and cole was good.

  6. Prezi says:
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    The podcast! I can hardly wait… No, Me!

    • Wake Up says:
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      @Prezi: well piss on my hands and call me Moises…

      • chillmodious says:
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        @Prezi: @Wake Up: I like fantasy sports. AND sarcasm. It’s win-win!

      • Prezi says:
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        @Wake Up: hi, moises!

        • Wake Up says:
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          @Prezi: Asparagus?

    • Jack Full O' Hate says:
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      @Prezi: huh?

      • Prezi says:
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        @Jack Full O’ Hate: cmon… “Madams is fat, ill mention it on the podcast.. you can hardly wait. No, you!”

        Greys signature go-to move! It was early, ill give you a pass.

  7. EK says:
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    Rank for h2h pts:

    Halladay v WAS, v SD, v MIA, v NYM, @ ATL
    Gee @ ATL, v WAS, v MIA, @ PHI, @ CIN
    Morton @ STL, v CHC, v SD, @ CHC, @ CIN

    • EK says:
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      @EK: pls throw in Kluber as he’s now starting Sat vs NYM, then @ CWS, @ KC, v HOU, @ MIN

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @EK: Morton, Halladay

  8. Matt Pascale says:
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    Did anyone else hear Billy Hamilton’s voice on Sportscenter? (I too, like most here, despise SC but sometimes you find yourself there watching the rodeo clowns do their thing.)

    If A. Simmons is an alien, Hamilton is a what???

  9. fausto says:
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    You guys are my new favorite internet people….Looks like i have 2nd place locked (barring a 2011 Boston-esque fried chicken/booze fueled collapse). still have an outside shot @ 1st(3gb). 5×5 H2H standard yahoo. If Kemp’s pap smear results come back ok and he figures out how to hit high A SP’s, is he worth rostering for my playoffs? Here is what i got.(ive pretty much punted avg. at this point). Pitching is loaded E. Santana is my weakest link…What moves do i make during my bye week? Ill have an open spot as im dropping Fernandez after his next start and i like having an extra bat with Middlebrooks being a part-time- everyday-player-some of-the-time.

    C. Sal Perez
    1B. B. Moss (Avail. Nava, Loney, Carter)
    2B. B. Phillips
    3B. Middlebrooks (Available – K. Johnson, Frazier, {Arenado,im buying on him})
    SS. Andrus
    MI. Dozier
    CI. A-Rod(i traded jon jay for him)
    OF. T. Hunter, A. Jones, Soriano, Trumbo(killing me but i panicked when Bautista went awol and traded him), Bonifacio(SB’s) and Mr. Glass(Kemp)

    Avail OF. in my league.. Shierholtz, Parra, Joyce, Pagan and Bizarro Khris Davis. or any callups i should add to upgrade my offense? any help is much appreciated.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @fausto: Thanks! I don’t think the waiver wire guys are gonna help you right now… Next time Carter faces a few lefties in a row, you can move him in or next time Arenado is home you can grab him, but he’s about to go to Petco…

      • fausto says:
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        @Grey: thank you. .. possible dumb question alert but do you talk baseball 365? Because I don’t really don’t follow any other sports and living in st. Louis its brutal attempting to talk to these fans here….100% homers no matter what. As far as they’re concerned miguel Cabrera may as well not exist bc he doesn’t wear “the birds on the bat”..

  10. future11 says:
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    would you stream Gee today vs ATL? Points league semi’s and I cant afford to make any bad plays at this point. He is going against Kameron Loe so Im thinking Gee should be in line for the win, but the ATL bats are heating up, hell even BJ Upton is

    Oh yeah while we are on the topic, is BJ upton a better ROS play than Yelich? Got Yelich,Aram, Eithier and Panda so Im trying to gague what kind of value Im working with here

    Hell of a job on the article!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @future11: I’d sit Gee if you can’t afford a bad play… I’d go Yelich right now… Thanks!

  11. Frank White says:
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    Morning Grey.. Last time I was talking about dropping Venable and you said, Depends for who.. Well what about for Cody Asche or Plouffe?

    2nd thing, If I keep Masterson then He’s not going to pitch for me next week for the semi finals but he might be around twice for the Finals. The thing is I have to make it to the finals. I have Cain on DL so I have to drop a pitcher anyway.
    Gio Gonzalez
    Masterson
    Iwakuma
    Martin Perez
    Latos
    Wood
    Archer
    Shelby Miller
    Sonny Gray
    Duffy
    Cain (DL)
    Halladay ( which I might use as the streaming spot)
    Mujica
    Uehara
    Who should I drop for Cain’s return

    • Frank White says:
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      Also I have Jimenez and Oberholtzer available. Would you make any switches for them Unless you have better pitchers in mind that has a lot of availability?? Or I can always drop a RP to make room for another starter that Scott puts up in the starters column that pitch twice? IDK!

      • goodfold2 says:
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        @Frank White: drop duffy first.

        • Sixto Lezcano says:
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          @goodfold2: With equal at-bats Venable would have stats comparable to CarGom, with more dongs. Unless you think the well has run dry I’d hold. I am!

    • costaricanchata says:
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      @Frank White:

      drop cain .

      what reason does he have to pitch ?

      • Frank White says:
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        thanks man but what about fitting Cain in?? He’s on DL so I’d have to drop someone in his place. if I drop Duffy for Jimenez then who do I drop for Cain, Masterson or one of my RP’ s??? Masterson will be out for my semi finals but might be there for my finals.

  12. Joey belle says:
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    Start Cc tonight v CHW? I mean, if I’m not starting him against the white sox, when would I ever start him?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Joey belle: Yeah, if I owned him I’d start him there

  13. goodfold2 says:
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    “Carlos Quentin underwent surgery Tuesday to have debris and floating particles removed from his right knee. ” Sounds like there’s some similarities between quentin’s knee and moby dick’s stomach.

  14. RJ says:
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    Should I drop J. Castro or Ackley for Yelich?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @RJ: Castro

  15. RJ says:
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    Oh also wondering your opinion on whether you think Melancon will relinquish the closer role back to Grilli by the start of next week ?(playoffs start for me)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @RJ: Answer’s in the post

  16. Van says:
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    How do you feel about Cingrani’s possible start against STL tomorrow?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Van: I don’t like it

  17. Black & White says:
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    Drop Jennings for Asche, Eaton, Yelich or Upton?

  18. Five-On-One says:
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    Need some help please – Start two of Swisher, Yelich, BJUpton, AGarcia, Ethier and Ruf. 5×5, all cats tight (no, not in that way – that’s gross).

    • Five-On-One says:
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      Oops, Yelich not available. Just the others. Leaning toward Ethier and BJ, but worried about Kemp’s return.

  19. Bill@Bong.com says:
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    Rank ROS: Yelich, Eaton, Asche..

  20. RandomItalicizedVoice says:
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    Gio = only 1 ER yesterday, at least according to MLB.com. Still, the point stands…not a great outing for him yesterday. What is up with aces these past few weeks??

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @RandomItalicizedVoice: Ha, must’ve had a scorer change the opposite way… Thanks! And, yeah, I know, some aces are killing teams… I’m benefiting b/c I don’t have any…

  21. rapscallion13 says:
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    SON hates Taijuan Walker tonight at KC. Should I trust it or start Walker anyway?

    • costaricanchata says:
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      @rapscallion13:

      walker’s probably good for four and a third .

  22. Sixto Lezcano says:
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    It’s funny you’re so into Asche. He kind of looks like a turd, like one of those weakling ’80s utility guys. If you collected baseball cards you had like 800 of them.

    http://www4.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Cody+Asche+qEKtkhYKhPvm.jpg

    I’m set at 3B, so I’ll pass on Cody for now. But what about Yelich? Is he one of those multi-cat dudes who can win you a league? Like would you take him over a more one- or two-dimensional guy like Leonys or Boneface?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Sixto Lezcano: Ha…I’d take Yelich over Martin right now

  23. Michael B says:
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    I’ve got coconuts, baby!

    I’m not buying Cargo only playing defense and pinch running right now. That makes zero sense. The Cargo news all weekend was terrible, starting with “his finger being back to as bad as it originally was” to “him needing to be shut down for the season”. When the smoke cleared, he didn’t get an MRI and even got activated. I doubt he plays every day, but I bet he plays more often than not. At least, my wishful thinking tells me so.

  24. LS says:
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    Masterson able to be dropped now for streamers or ride the injury out?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @LS: Drop him

  25. Sixto Lezcano says:
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    Big one here.

    Someone just unleashed a flurry of moves in desperation and Lucroy was one of his victims. So …

    Lucroy or Weiters ROS as a playoff catcher?

      • Sixto Lezcano says:
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        @Grey: Thanks! Scared to let Weiters go but it must be done.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yup

  26. chillmodious says:
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    In a 2-week playoff matchup where my ratios are totally effed (Archer, Miley, Chris Perez, Glen Perkins have all contributed thus far), so I’m thinking of doubling down and going stream crazy from here on out. As such, I’m flirting with throwing one of Halladay (vs. Wash), Gee (@Atl), or Buehrle (@Ari) today.

    Can someone suggest which shmo is most likely to reward my gamble? Or at least talk me off the ledge? Thanks.

    • chillmodious says:
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      @chillmodious: Oh, I suppose Stults (vs. SF) and Porcello (@Bos) would also fit on that list. It’s shmo-ville, and I need a mayor for today!

      • Wake Up says:
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        @chillmodious: Gee…but I don’t like it…and yes I would stream…if you don’t think you can make up the ratios

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @chillmodious: I don’t like any of them… I’d lean Halladay and hope he’s healthy

  27. Andrew "Swisher Sweets" Danielson says:
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    “Some people could find a flaw in Bo Derek.” – Jim Leyland discussing sabermetrics yesterday.

    Charlie Manuel is jealous.

    • chillmodious says:
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      “Some people could find a flaw in Beau Bridges”
      –Charlie Manuel

      • Wake Up says:
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        @chillmodious:
        “Some people could find a flaw in White Russians”

        -Jeff Bridges

        • chillmodious says:
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          @Wake Up: “Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue”
          -Lloyd Bridges

          • Wake Up says:
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            @chillmodious: “Excuse me…are you gonna eat the rest of that glue?”

            -Ralph Wiggum

            • chillmodious says:
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              @Wake Up: “Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.”
              -Ralph Waldo Emerson

              Incidentally, Ralph’s is also The Dude’s market of choice. Everything comes full circle.

              • Wake Up says:
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                @chillmodious: Transcendentally well done!

                one of my favorites…”All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.”

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Nice, Chill…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      HA!

  28. Andrew "Swisher Sweets" Danielson says:
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    Gio only had 1 ER.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Fixed, thanks

  29. Steve D. says:
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    Drop Kuroda in a 10 team redraft? He’s hit a rough spot and was knocked around last September as well. Fister is sitting on the wire free and clear, but there are other options too (Dickey, Morton, etc).

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d lose Kuroda

  30. Richie says:
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    Hey Grey,

    Cingrani is supposed to be back tomorrow. Is he worth starting in Cincy against the Cardinals in a H2H league? Or do you think he gets bombed in his first start back?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I wouldn’t mess with that start

  31. Sniff Test says:
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    If you could only pick one between Asche and Yelich which one? Are both ranked above Brad Miller or Ruf?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yelich…Yeah, above them…

  32. 2 Giant rings says:
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    Is Cargo droppable for Asche? 20 teams thx

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I wouldn’t do that yet

  33. Targaryen says:
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    Maybe you saw it or already heard about it but Billy Hamilton’s 1st steal was not impressive. I know, I know, it was against Molina so it had to be, right? Nope. Dude got lucky and he looked awful swiping his 1st bag. I’m sure he is going to have a very successful career trying to be the next Ricky Henderson but Molina choked. Molina knew he was going, the pitcher knew he was going, , everyone in bufalo wld wngs knew he was going. Molina’s throw beat him by 2 sliding lengths, too bad it was off the mark by 2 sliding lengths. If he tries again today in an opportunity he better get a better lead because Molina is not going to make that mistake again.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I watched it…He stole the bag in the major leagues off the best catcher with everyone in the stadium knowing he was going…

      • goodfold2 says:
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        @Grey: I love how here we have 2 polar opposites resulting opinions from the exact same argument; what is this metaphysics or religion?

  34. Fungazi says:
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    Coldschmidt! Common man..

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I hear ya

  35. Buehrle or Niese or Pettitte - I'm in the playoffs and need help says:
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    So in the first round of the playoffs. I can only start one of these…

    Buehrle @ Arz vs. R.Delgado
    Niese @ Cleveland vs. C. Kluber
    Pettitte home vs. F. Doubrout

    What you say? Hmmmmm? Thanks so much!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      They’re not good… Niese

      • Buehrle or Niese or Pettitte - I'm in the playoffs and need help says:
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        @Grey: I know…but thanks!

  36. ryan says:
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    10 team mixed playoffs final roster:

    1. For SS: Miller, Gennett, Hamilton

    2. For OF (pick 3): Stanton, Pence, Eaton, Yelich, DeAza

    3. For 3B: Plouffe, Bonefacio, Aramis, A Rod

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      1. Scooter 2. Pence, Stanton, De Aza 3. Plouffe (depends on needs)

  37. chillmodious says:
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    I’m making a MI batty call today since Elvis Andrus looks to be sitting again. Who is my best bet for one-day SAGNOF out of Billy Hamilton, Rutledge, LeMahieu, and Aybar?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Rutledge, pray he plays

  38. Boomer19 says:
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    Asche, Frazier, or gyorko at corner for ROS? Thanks.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Asche

  39. AJ says:
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    Drop Myers for a hopefully HOT September BJ?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Go for it

  40. Wake Up says:
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    New shirt idea…

    “I’m with Bogus”…in French

    Andrews Sisters…wow…did you see Baby Jessica down there?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      HA!… What, old reference?

      • Wake Up says:
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        @Grey: in a good way…

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Always

  41. nathan says:
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    HI need to activate Cingrani from DL.. who would you drop, (i don’t have any position players on my bench to drop ):
    Perez
    salazar
    wacha
    wheeler
    shelby
    sonny
    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Tough call… Salazar

  42. Drexel Hill Dragons says:
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    Enjoying my bye in the playoffs but focusing on priming my roster to dominate (5×5 H2H).

    Lynn, Lackey and Martin Perez are all available.
    I’m currently holding Gallardo, but his scheduled Cardinals, Reds, Cardinals matchups the
    next few weeks are gag inducing to say the least.

    Could you rank Gallardo, Lynn, Lackey and Martin Perez ROS?

    I’m also currently holding a few bench bats that I could part ways with. I have Dread Pirate,
    Bay of Puig’s and Alex Gordon in my starting OF with Will Venable ready to play on any given
    night when Puig smashes into a wall or Gordon has a tough matchup. Jennings, Fowler, McLouth, Frazier, Leonys Martin, and Ethier are all available.

    Do you like Venable over these other available OF?

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Lackey, Lynn, YoGa…Nah, hold on the OFs…

  43. Sixto Lezcano says:
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    Alex Wood: Streamer or keeper?

    (I know, I’m needy today. The playoffs loom.)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Maybe keeper, no idea how deep your league is or who else you could keep

      • Sixto Lezcano says:
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        @Grey: 12-team league. A lot of people keep shallow benches and load up on pitchers. I’ve been holding guys like Cingriani, Tillman and Dickey, and guys like Cashner will float out there. Sonny Gray was floating for a while but I snagged him.

        • Sixto Lezcano says:
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          @Sixto Lezcano: Oh and by “keeper” I meant ROS; streamer vs. rosterable

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Wood’s a streamer there

          • Sixto Lezcano says:
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            @Grey: tanks

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              No prob

  44. WorldsFirstAnalrapist says:
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    Good afternoon Grey!! Great stuff as usual…with your help, I made it to both of my H2H leagues playoffs!

    I am looking to stream during my playoff match-up. I went to Stream-o-Nator and found these starts. Would you start any of these pitchers in a 12-team H2H 6×6 (OBP, QS)?
    Nicasio @SD- $8.3
    Lyles vsMIN- $7.8
    Bettis @SD- $6.9
    Arrieta vsMIL- $5.3

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Afternoon? It’s 8:30 AM… Thanks, WFA! I’d go with Nicasio, none are great…

      • WorldsFirstAnalrapist says:
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        @Grey: oo true, forgot ur on west coast, its noon for me…just to make sure, you’d take nicasio over thornburg @CHC, right?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, I would if he’s in Petco

  45. Oppo Taco says:
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    Hey Grey, soon time for us to select our keepers for next year. We keep 7 players. I was in fifth in the standings at the deadline and decided to sell for draft picks. Unfortunately one of my expected keepers was Matt Harvey. My 6 keepers so far are Goldy, Mccutchen, j Upton, Joey bats, heyward and bumgarner. I realize that keeping Harvey at this point is probably a foolish decision so who would you keep over him? Jeff samardizja, Ryan Zimmerman, Xander boegarts, jurickson profar, BJ Upton, zack wheeler or Craig Kimbrel. Or hold Harvey. Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d hold Harvey for a few more weeks at this point until news confirms his Tommy John surgery…

  46. chisox22 says:
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    I’m really wantin to get matt cain off our waivers but don’t have the room for him really. I have melancon who could stop closing anyday and I have henderson who might get a few saves till the end of year. I jus don’t want to have someone get him and turn out quality starts against me. My pitchers are kershaw, ryu, haren, gio, cliff lee, corbin, medlen and liriano. My closers are melancon, henderson, reed, and benoit. Should I stand pat or make a move? Thanks Grey!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Cain over Haren

      • chisox22 says:
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        @Grey: one more quick tidbit Haren has a easier schedule it seems till the end of year.. Cain faces LAD twice.. still Cain over Haren?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Oh…Then I’d go Haren…

  47. AJ says:
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    Drop Scooter to ride Cozarts bat?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d hold for now

  48. EK says:
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    Rank for h2h pts:
    Straily v HOU 14.4
    Kennedy v COL 13.8
    Petit v ARI 13.3
    Halladay v WAS 12.7
    Vogelsong v ARI 9.0
    Gee @ ATL 4.8

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Kennedy, Straily, Halladay

  49. Dkohn says:
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    Grey Alright, Fantasy Master Lothario,

    Your gift is needed…

    I got Kluber and Cingrani coming of the DL this week, Kluber gets The Mess on Friday, Cingrani gets the Cards on Thursday.

    I have one open roster spot, however I have no idea who my other cut should be. What do you think?

    Alex Wood
    Rick Porcello
    Michael Wacha
    Sonny Gray
    Ivan Nova

    My only 2 bench bats…
    Avisail Garcia
    Jarrod Dyson

    I really like all of these guys and don’t want to cut any of them. I suppose I could keep Cingrani on the DL since he has a tough matchup vs the Cards, but Cingrani is my boy, I throw him out there against anybody.

    Grey Albright Fantasy Master Lothario, what does your genius tell you? (Aka Ling Ling)

    Thanks!

    P.S. If you haven’t already check out the new Big Sean album Hall Of Fame, shits hot!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha, nice… I’ll have to check it out… Kluber’s not going Friday now… Keep Cingrani on your DL for one start, just see where he’s at… After that, I’d lose Avisail for him or Wacha

      • ashtray says:
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        @Grey: When is Kluber pitching? Saturday?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          That’s the latest word, but I don’t trust him to go more than 4 or 5 IP

  50. Jack Full O' Hate says:
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    Morning Grey, I was thinking about the “auditions” some teams might give guys in closing situations, besides the Mets, any other team you can think of that might let some other arms close in September

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Astros is one big giant cluster of an audition… Maybe the Padres, Mariners, Jays, Nats… Real long shots there though…

      • Jack Full of Hate says:
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        @Grey: I grabbed Delabar already, after the 13.72 ERA I got from C-Lo i wouldn’t touch the Astros with Snafu Larry’s dick, I think the M’s like Farquar and his John Cleese voice. Strangely i think the Padres have no one with closers balls on that team besides Street.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I agree, they’re long shots…. Another on is maybe Joe Smith…

          • Jack Full of Hate says:
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            @Grey: I’m not converting to moronism

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              HA!

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              They just announced Strop could see saves

  51. ashtray says:
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    Cut Cespedes for any of these guys in an OBP league?

    Eaton
    Eric Young
    Moreland
    Ackley
    Arenado
    Dyson

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Depends on needs, I guess, but I’d hold

  52. The Fridge says:
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    Need to activate Pagan from my DL. Who do I cut?

    Hoes, Jennings, Jon Jay, Hamilton, Dyson.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hamilton? Billy? I’d cut Hoes if that’s Josh

      • The Fridge says:
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        @Grey: Sorry…yes, Josh. Someone got Hoes in check and he stopped running.

  53. Nightpandas says:
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    Are any of these guys a better bet than Myers and/or Gardner for the next two weeks ( looking for help with R, RBI, XBH, TB)

    Parra
    Moreland
    Span
    Arenado
    Shuck
    Ruggiano
    Gattis

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Shuck, Moreland, depends on needs though

  54. BSW says:
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    Considering playing time, E Young Jr., Billy Hamilton or King Rajai for steals ROS?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Rajai

  55. Tom James says:
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    I know I’m in deep shit when no player in my playoff lineup makes the column.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Not a great sign…

  56. Jon says:
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    Think Kemp helps anybody in weeks 24 and 25? I’m enjoying a bye week this week but I’m hoping I get something out of Kemp… a hot two weeks towards a championship would work for me!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No, I doubt it… Maybe 35% chance of it

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I think his mom’s kinda hot

      • OaktownSteve says:
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        @Grey:

        She looks like an extra from Rosanne.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          “Hey, weren’t you in the diner scene when Roseanne made out with Sandra Bernhardt?”

          • OaktownSteve says:
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            @Grey:

            She was over Rosanne’s left shoulder eating a chocolate frosted donut.

            Saw you topping RCL, Albright.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, was just busting Rudy’s chops about it… I need to now hold for 3 weeks…

              • OaktownSteve says:
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                @Grey:

                You’re on the razor’s edge there, Somerset. You have to hold in both steals and homers which kind of pull your roster in two directions. You’re going to have to keep twisting your knobs.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        HAHAHAHA

  57. Wishing I was Golden says:
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    I’ve secured second place, so I get a bye next week as our playoffs start. My team has been falling apart (Dom Brown, Marte, Harvey) so I’m grateful for the bye. I’ve managed to keep my full alottment of transactions (6 per week) for the three playoff weeks that start next week

    12 team, h2h, with yahoo scoring
    My team:
    C: Ramos
    1B: Fielder
    2B: Miller
    3B: Longoria
    SS: Gennett
    OF: Trout, Rios, Puig
    UTL: Myers, D Brown (ugh)
    DL: Marte
    SP: Bumgarner, Wacha, Medlen, Alex Wood, Morton, Corbin, Weaver, Minor, Latos, Travis Wood
    RP: Mujica, Cishek, Benoit
    DL: Cingrani

    Cingrani is expected to start Thursday, so I need to drop a SP. Thoughts?

    Dom Brown appears to be iffy for a while…should I wait to see if he can turn it around by the 15th, wait to see if somebody else is hot, or go ahead and pick up Moreland/Yelich/BJ Upton/?

    Any suggested h2h playoff strategies with this team?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Wood is a drop… I’d hold Brown for now, no reason to grab someone who is hot right now that may cool off by the 15th… Suggested strategy, I’d hold tight until a few days before your week starts…

  58. Swat290 says:
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    Sorry posted this is yesterdays thread!

    Need a SS for this week and the playoffs. Gennet or Lowrie?

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Lowrie

  59. OaktownSteve says:
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    Of all the players who were likely 1st rounders at the beginning of the season, only 4 have out performed Cargo even with the missed time: Cabrera, Trout, Cano, McCutchen. Cargo + replacement remains a good buy in shallow leagues.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agreed, that doesn’t mean he wasn’t a decent sell when you had 3/4 of his stats in June… I was just talking to Rudy and we were saying if he had drafted any 1st baseman other than Davis, he’d be in first…It was anecdotal without looking at stats, but I think it could be…

    • Wake Up says:
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      @OaktownSteve: this sounds very familiar…

  60. Targaryen says:
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    Picking up Sonny G for the Eraser or Bud Norris? Not much left out there and it is a dynasty so leanin drop Norris. Right call? in 1st w no byes playoffs start next week.

    Other league. Also in 1st (thanks btw) thinking of canning xander for yellich. Its a keep 5 & im not keeping him over tulo but he plays sparingly and im only running w eaton. Els & granderson so I need the 4th.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Gray over Norris

  61. Grey

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

  62. Juice_0321 says:
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    Rizzo, Belt or Bourn today UT?

  63. Grey

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

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