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Kila Ka’aihue went 3-for-3, 4 Runs, 4 RBIs and 2 homers.  Also, he just missed a third homer that ended up a triple.  Mauna Kila!  He hasn’t hit for much average so far in the major leagues.  Or is it ma’ajor leagues?  His plate discipline is in impeccable and the peasant Royals would be wise to give him a starting job next spring, which could make him a sleeper for 2011 fantasy baseball.  But you put the wise moves the Royals make in one hand and the stupid moves in the other hand and you’ll need the empty hand that was supposed to hold the wise moves to help hold up the stupid moves hand.  Then have someone else move everything off the counter so there’s room to balance the weight of both hands that have become stupid move hands.  Then get some Lysol because it smells like rancid onions.  Oh, and Kila has another homer in the last week and is worth playing in the final week if you’ve lost some other players.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Josh Fields – Now 4 for his last 8 with 2 homers.  It must be ‘games don’t matter’ time, because the Royals look terrific.  Fields is worth a flier if you’re looking for a hot bat.

Jarrod Dyson – Promise this is the last Royal I’ll talk about.  Dyson is 1 for his last 23.  So why is it I own him on multiple teams?  Cause he also has 4 steals in that time.  SAGNOF!

Eric Young Jr. – With a bad case of the shins, Young’s done for the year and left wincing the night away.

Melvin Mora – 2-for-4 with a bunch of multiple hit games in the last week.  Yes, that’s all the optimism I can manage.  He’s hitting, what do you want?  (BTW, Nice job by the Colorado Chokies.  You can’t beat the Dodgers?  Really?  That’s pretty pathetic.)

Casey Blake – 2-for-5, 2 homers.  Yes, every borderline corner infidel is hot this week.  Thanks for asking.

Kenley Jansen – Got his 2nd save this week, but Kuo’s still the closer.  What I think is going on is Torre’s trying to burn out as many bullpen arms as he can in his final week for old times’ sake.

Adam Wainwright – La Russa, wearing a shirt made of veggie burgers, announced Wainwright’s done for the year.

Martin Prado – Also, done for the year.  He said this will give him more time to catch up on the episodes of I Love Money that he missed.  Hope he’s not too disappointed with the early elimination of 20 Pack.

Miguel Cabrera – Sounds like he’s done too.  No official word, but if you’re reading Leyland’s smoke signals, that’s what’s being said.

Carlos Beltran – Left the game with knee discomfort.  Wouldn’t surprise me if he were done for the year.  Don’t worry, Mets fans, Minaya’s working on a trade of Beltran’s knee for Chipper Jones’ lower back.

Randy Wolf – 7 IP, 2 ER, 5 baserunners, 4 Ks.  He’ll get the Reds in the last game of the season, which should be an absolute walk as I’m sure Dusty will sit everyone.  Hmm… That was weird.  I was thinking like Dusty Baker and I suddenly wanted to chew a toothpick and throw Harang for 175 pitches.

Edinson Volquez – 6 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 8 Ks.  Solid start, but this isn’t about that.  His next start (if there is one) will be the last game and, as previously mentioned, the Reds are going to be playing the game like an split squad spring training game.  I wouldn’t start Volquez in most leagues.

David Price – 8 IP, 0 ER, 6 baserunners, 8 Ks.  Wouldn’t be surprised if this is the last game of the season for Price.  Sorry, Price owners, would mean no Sunday vs. the Royals and Sean O’Sullied.  If he does start, Price may only go a few innings to stay fresh.

CC Sabathia – 8 1/3 IP, 1 ER, 5 baserunners, 8 Ks as he further confused Joe Morgan and how he’s not a landslide Cy Young winner.  Someone give Joe one of those water dunking birds to stare at.

Travis Snider – 2-for-4 with his third homer in the last week while he bats near .350.  Almost making Cito look good for batting Snider leadoff… Well, no, Snider leading off still looks silly, but he is hitting.

Mat Latos – 5 2/3 IP, 2 ER, 9 baserunners, 6 Ks.  I appreciate his efforts to bring his value down for next year’s drafts.  The real shame is the Padres might’ve overworked Latos to the point where he could be a mess next year and they might not make the playoffs either.

Carlos Pena – 1-for-2 with his 28th homer.  It almost goes without saying if he got a hit, it must’ve been a homer.  He doesn’t do those other kinds of hits.  Now Pena only needs 11 more homers to get to my preseason projection.  Get cracking!

Anibal Sanchez – 6 2/3 IP, 3 ER, 9 baserunners, 6 Ks.  Anibal gets the Pirates in the last start of the year.  I’d throw him (her?) there.

Ryan Braun – Scratched with a stomach flu.  I’m not accusing anyone, but my H2H opponent poisoned Braun’s oatmeal so I couldn’t play him.  Okay, I am accusing someone.

Nick Blackburn – 4 1/3 IP, 8 ER.  As I said last week, “Blackburn has around a 3.5 K/9.  To use the parlance of Johnnie Cochran, that’s egregious.  That’s an inning for Carlos Marmol.  Blackburn gets more bat contact than a wannabe-WAG.  When Twins fans go to a Nick Blackburn start, they bring so few K signs that they look racist.”  And that’s me quoting me!  Since there’s no Ks, it’s than but no thans for Blacburn’s last start.

Kelly Johnson – 2-for-3 with his 7th homer in September, after hitting 9 homers in April.  Someone likes the change of seasons.

Ryan Dempster – 7 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 9 Ks.  Gets the Astros for his final game of the season, which isn’t a bad start to go out on.

Alfonso Soriano – Hit his 23rd and 24th homers last night.  He might be having the worst 24 homer season in the history of baseball.  67 Runs?  Blech.  78 RBIs?  Belch.  5 steals?  Whatever.  .257 average?  Al-So’s so-so.

Jimmy Rollins – Returned to the lineup and went 1-for-3.  It’s the last week of the season, forget name value.  There’s probably a dozen guys more valuable for this last week.

Jose Contreras – Gave up a run and lost the game to the Nats.  It’s the curse of being on the cover of the AARP Magazine.

Adam Dunn – Hit his 38th homer yesterday.  The Nats have four more games for Dunn to hit two more homers or the world will explode.

Justin Smoak – Last roundup, I said, “I’d give Smoak a go for his last two games in Texas.”  Yesterday, he hit another homer.  Right now, there’s a fire burning under Smoak.

Felix Hernandez – 8 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 5 Ks to move to 13-12 on the year with a 2.27 ERA.  Says he’ll pitch on Sunday so he has one more start for the M’s offense to abandon him and let him get back to .500.  I will now bludgeon Jose Lopez with Chone Figgins’ arm.

Jose Lopez – Left the game with a dislocated middle finger.  I’m sure anyone that drafted Lopez can locate a middle finger for him.

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  1. Dr. Orlando Schadenfreude says:
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    Safe to drop Sabathia in redraft leagues?

  2. Earl Battey says:
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    I can feel Jose Lopez’s pain because I dislocated my middle finger looking at the Mets-Brewers’ box score this morning. Chasing wins and saves, I saw that my Axford blew both his save and my spot-starter’s win (Wolf) when he couldn’t make it through the Josh Thole/Ruben Tejada portion of the Mets’ murderers’ row lineup.

    Ugh.

  3. Dale says:
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    Darryl Strawberry didn’t stir many drinks in 1998. With his 24 HR he had only 44 R, 57 RBI, and hit .247. That’s the lowest R+RBI I found in a haphazard search. But Steve Balboni’s 1987 takes the cake, I think, with a slash line of 207/273/427.

  4. DJSatane says:
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    So since rays clinch al top spot and home advantage, you doubt david price will pitch sunday at all right? I am considering dropping him because I have longoria who is doing nothing and need extra bat(wont drop longoria as he wants to play before season ends).

  5. DrEasy says:
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    Actually, I’m kind of glad I drafted Jose Lopez, as it gave me the opportunity to drop him for Kelly Johnson, and then to drop the latter for EYJ when I needed a SAGNOF. I could have been stuck all season with a meh 2B like Zobrist. Sometimes it’s good to draft a real dud.

  6. Earl Battey says:
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    Kershaw’s shuttin’ it down for 2010.

  7. VinWins

    VinWins says:
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    Yeah, I stayed away from Soriano this year. Loaded up on Aramis though (wasn’t reading you back then). In his 24 HR season he has managed 60 runs, 79 RBI, 0 SB, and .242.

    Oh, and I did some complicated calculations (I won’t bore you with the details), and I’m sorry to tell you, Pena isn’t going to make it.

  8. Earl Battey says:
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    Here’s a nomination for worst 32 HR season ever:

    One fewer run scored than Marco Scutaro, three more RBIs than Yuniesky Betancourt, the same batting average as Greg Zaun, and the same number of steals as Russell Branyan.

    Thanks Prince Fielder.

  9. Howard says:
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    Morning Grey, would you start Kennedy @ SF today vs Lincecum?

  10. Lob Ball says:
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    With the Rockies dead in the water, is Chacin still a good start tonight?

  11. dsimon says:
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    Grey-

    Gotta pick one starter for tomorrow to just get any potential points I can as I max out on innings. My choices, from this turd buffett:

    Dillon Gee
    Chris Narveson
    John Danks
    Derek Holland
    Jeremy Bonderman
    Jon Garland
    Jason Hammel
    scott Kazmir

  12. Tony says:
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    @Earl Battey: YEP! I second that. I took prince 6th overall in my rcl thinking he’s one of about MAYBE 4 players that COULD hit 50 HRS. Pujols, AROD, Bautista, and Howard being the others…. I mean maybe miggy instead of Jose frikkin Bautista, haha…. what a year, so much good pitching, hitting regressed big time!

  13. majortommy says:
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    DUDES! How safe of a play is Kennedy today? Can’t afford to take a hit in WHIP but still need to eat innings.

  14. AL KOHOLIC says:
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    yeah i have a middle finger for lopez,would have 1 for j upton but i traded him for kershaw midway

  15. Tom Thumb says:
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    @AL KOHOLIC: I would still have one for Jupton. Kershaw went 106th in my league. Jupton went 19th

  16. Wilsonian says:
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    Man, I can’t believe I’m actually asking this, but after today’s dubbel hedder (the German phrase for double header, for those of you non-German speaker commenters), would you bench Prince and his ridiculously pathetic 32 HR campaign for Smoak or Kila? I know you don’t bench Prince, but with the championship on the line, you gots to play the hot hand, right?

  17. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Dr. Orlando Schadenfreude: Yup

    @Earl Battey: Yeah, very frustrating.

    @Dale: Interesting… Thanks for the research. Balboni loves to take the cake, btw.

    @DJSatane: Yup

    @DrEasy: True

    @Earl Battey: Thanks for the heads up!

    @VinWins: Ha… Thanks.

    @Earl Battey: Yeah, Fielder’s been dreadful.

    @Howard: Sure

    @Lob Ball: Depends how badly you need it, but no it’s not a great start.

    @dsimon: Danks

    @majortommy: It’s a decent play, go for it.

    @AL KOHOLIC: Yup

    @Wilsonian: Ha! I wouldn’t bench Prince.

  18. Timequake says:
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    Hey, throwing Dickey today?

  19. Timequake says:
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    Also, how about Blanton? Thanks.

  20. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Timequake: I’d throw either, in that order.

  21. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: mucho gracias. I’ve just become a firm Prince hater (the baseball guy, not the short musician formerly known as the Symbol). Luckily my trade of Doc/Cruz for Fielder/Holliday isn’t that awful, but I still don’t like the fat, neck tattooed, 72 ribbie machine.

    I’ll be playing the role of who’s in and who’s out for the day as I stalk Roto Info…

    Up 1st: Holliday is out

    Plan accordingly, lady (gotta assume one of the three ladies here have made the championship round) and gentlemen.

  22. Wilsonian says:
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    @Wilsonian: Pujols is out, too, but I don’t have him, so I don’t care as much (and my opponent and Razzball reader currently has him in).

  23. Earl Battey says:
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    I’m especially bitter about Prince because way back in early May (in a keeper league) I traded AGonz and CarGo for Prince and Felix. Looked good at the time. I loved CarGo, but Prince and Felix were gonna lead the way to the title. To make matters worse, Felix is unkeepable because of his contract and the other owner really wanted JUpside instead of CarGo.

    Oops.

    Even though Axford made me dislocate one middle finger, I happen to have another one left over to salute that trade.

  24. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: Thanks for the heads up!

  25. tHe sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Lower back area is considered tramp-stamp land in my dictionary.

  26. Wilsonian says:
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    The usual suspects in for Colorado…Mora is not, for those of you looking into him for spot starts.

    Same goes for Det, minus Miggy.

    Cantu at 1st and Vladdy Dodi is out for the Rangers.

    The usuals for the Braves as well, with Diaz in (I’m assuming against a lefty).

  27. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: Thanks for the heads up!

  28. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: no problem…I’ll be updating until my lunch break in 15 minutes.

    PIT – usuals in

    SEA – usuals in (not that you should have much of their offense in, except for maybe Smoak today)

    CLE – usuals in

  29. Elijah says:
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    @Grey:

    I have the clear lead rolling into the home stretch, but I could use an extra closer and the situation has become so murky there on some teams I’m trying to figure out who to pick up…Right now Im thinking League…any other suggestions?

  30. Howard says:
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    @Grey Thinking about a keeper for next year. In a 12 team roto would you drop Greinke for: Nolasco, Wandy or Edwin Jackson?

  31. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: Thanks for the heads up! (Wish you would’ve done this the whole season, would’ve made my life easier. Emoticon.)

    @Elijah: I’d go with League.

    @Howard: Nope

  32. brad says:
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    @Howard: would you be able to keep Greinke? in my opinion he’s a better option than those three ceteris paribus.

  33. Howard says:
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    @brad Yeah I can keep him. He’s been such a shmohawk this year! Now I have to find a latin dictionary!

  34. Howard says:
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    It’s sounds like JUp will be okay for next year. Dr. Freeze declined to perform his service!

  35. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: no problem! I’m not sure I could keep this up all season. I just knew I’d be stalking the lineups for my own purposes so why not help out my fellow Razzballers? On that note:

    FLA – no Maybin, but the rest are the usual foos

    OAK – as far as I can tell, it’s the usual suspects

    LAA – no Abreu, but Napoli is in!

    NYM – no Beltran but the other useful guys are there

    LAD – no Ethier, no Furcal, no Blake, but the Kemperor is in (hopefully he can continue to make us look semi-intelligent)

  36. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Howard: That’s good news!

    @Wilsonian: Nice that Kemp’s playing. A Napoli sighting! Looks like he’ll hit a homer and the Angels will win.

  37. tall chicks says:
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    Not sure if this has been said, but Miggy is officially shut down for the year. Not that anyone thought he’d play again, but there ya go, feel free to drop him.

  38. tall chicks says:
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    No more tummy aches, Braun back in the lineup for the first game of the doubleheader.

  39. Wilsonian says:
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    Damn, tall chicks beat me to it…damn court.

    Anythewho…did I mention I love Justin Smoak? Well, I do…not literally, just figuratively. I put him in for the watching from the bench Matt Holliday, and what does he do? Goes yahd for a 2 run bomb, thank you very much.

  40. I remember when the Yankees traded Soriano for Rodriguez that I thought it was going to be a wash.

    I got smarter with time.

  41. tall chicks says:
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    @Wilsonian: Me too! Here’s my question for Grey and his answer last night…. me: “Who to spot start for Miggy?
    1. Smoak for 1 game at Texas – he couldn’t hit 3 HR in 3 games could he?
    2. Ike for 2 games vs Brewers – somehow has a 7 game hit streak with 0 RBI. But 2 games is better than 1, right?”

    Grey: “Smoak one more game, idiot”

    Thanks Grey!

  42. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @ChrisV82: Ha!

    @tall chicks: Ha… I didn’t say idiot. Maybe it was implied. Emoticon.

  43. Wilsonian says:
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    @tall chicks: yep, he told me to play him for at least today, as well. I’m going to have a tough time dropping him for the Thurs-Sun games. I might go against Grey’s advice and play him over Prince, depending on what the fat vegan does in two games today.

  44. Wilsonian says:
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    @ChrisV82: the best part of that trade…

    The Rangers were told they could have Cano or Joaquin Arias…

    We all know who the Rangers chose.

  45. Grey

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    @Wilsonian: Forgot about that Cano stipulation. Wow.

  46. tall chicks says:
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    @Grey: I hope that emoticon is smiling.

    @Wilsonian: I think I have no choice but to keep him. With Cabrera out for good and turd nuggets on waivers, I might roll him out there til the end.

  47. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: pretty ridiculous… look at that lineup with Cano in it and hitting in that park (his numbers would be about the same as where he is now with the Yanks). Good call on Arias…

    Now back to work.

    HOU – Bourn still out, the rest remains the same

    KC – the usual studs (and shockingly, right now that’s not too far off from reality) but no Pena behind the dish

    CIN – complete B squad or quad-A (no Bruce, Votto, Phillips, Stubbs, Rolen, eh, you get the picture)

  48. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: Yeah, figures with the Reds. Thanks for the heads up!

  49. Wilsonian says:
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    THE KEMPORER STRIKES BACK!!!!

    Now I’m really gonna get greedy and ask for the full fledged SLAM and legs…

    Keep making us look semi-intelligent.

  50. Howard says:
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    Yo-lease 5 unearned runs. Ticker shock!

  51. Wilsonian says:
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    PHI – No Utley, Howard, Werth, Polanco, Ruiz (Victorino and Rollins are in, however)

    BOS – I guess no Hall (he’s the only semi-regular not in)

  52. Eddy says:
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    @Howard:
    Almost died with that one.

  53. Vince says:
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    Grey, would it be safe to drop Aardsma for League?

  54. vinko says:
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    Rockies Street is having issues with his side. Who’s likely to close for the next few days?

  55. Anonymous says:
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    HUGE ticker shock from Chacin. (already mentioned)
    Big day from Kemp. (also already mentioned)

    I’m falling behind on my fantasy news…

  56. Tony says:
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    how the efff am i 7-14 today and i’ve only scored 1 run! figgins is 4-4 and is my only run? 4-4 and he’s only scored once!? I hate the mariners!

  57. royce! says:
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    So David Murphy left the game early with a hammy strain. Has anyone heard anything about how long he’ll be out? Should I just drop him, considering that TEX has clinched and they’ll have no reason to push him?

  58. Bob says:
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    @royce!: I am in the same position as you with Murphy. I have not found anything else about his condition either.

  59. Feeding the Abscess

    Travis says:
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    Thanks, Niese! I’m in a weekly lineup league, I slotted him in because I need wins and he was originally a two-start pitcher.

    And he pulls a Cueto.

    Well, at least my opponent has Cueto. (two-week championship)

  60. Feeding the Abscess

    Travis says:
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    Oh, and I should mention that my opponent has Gallardo.

    Talk about gifting a win for your opponent.

  61. royce! says:
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    @Bob: I think I’m just gonna drop him insofar as TEX has clinched and they clearly are willing to bench their good hitters (Vlad, Andrus, etc.) I doubt he’ll play more than one or two games, if at all, before the playoffs. Owning Murphy was fun while it lasted, though!

  62. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Tony: BTW, I’m 7-for-15 with one run.

  63. Carl Crawford says:
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    Come on Grey, give me a little dap. I wont tell anyone! ( I even dedicated my 17th HR to you)

  64. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @royce!: Would’ve been nice if I knew that prior to dropping him.

  65. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Carl Crawford: Thanks, Carl. I’ll never wash my hand again.

  66. brad says:
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    If my main concern is improving a 1.27 WHIP do I start Kennedy and/or Chris Young?

  67. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @brad: Kennedy

  68. brad says:
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    thanks grey. funny how a whole roto season can come down decisions like these.

  69. Wilsonian says:
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    @royce!: damn, that’s cold as ice. I’m glad the only league I have him in is a keeper, otherwise I woulda dropped him today.

  70. Nice work by Gallardo tossing BP to the Mets. With Waino and Kid Hudson shutdown this might get interesting…

  71. Grey

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    @brad: No problem.

  72. Steve Stevenson says:
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    Hey Grey, is there a borderline starters post coming to cover the end of this week and rotation shuffles?

  73. GopherDay says:
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    Kershaw is starting! Thank goodness I already used all my moves in my H2H league or he would have been long gone!!

  74. ThE sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Drop Murphy for Frenchy or Snider? Snider hit another bomb today…

  75. ThE sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Still hold onto Valencia if I have Alvarez? I could drop Valencia for a spot starter or a bench bat.

  76. ThE sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Thanks. Grabbed Frenchy with the Valencia drop. Frenchy should get full-time AB’s through the weekend, right?

  77. VinWins

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    Not only did Snider hit a home run, he did it with a painted on mustache on “Cito Gaston Night” in Toronto.

  78. Wilsonian says:
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    Beltran officially done for the year (when did he actually “start” the year?) according to the announcers on SNY.

  79. ThE sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Yeah, some of the Jays are wearing fake mustache’s to honor Gaston. Pretty cool…

  80. BSA says:
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    @Grey: My team is going with the hot Royal theme.
    Dropped Betemit for Ka’aihue today. Pay Dirt!

  81. ThE sHiT says:
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    @Grey: Start Liriano vs. TOR and Garza @ KC 2moro? Don’t “need” the starts. Just want to pad my pitching stats and lower my ERA. Gallardo inflated it…

  82. Grey

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    @ThE sHiT: Nice…

    @BSA: You do what you gotta this time of year.

    @ThE sHiT: Both starts are good, but if you don’t need them, don’t start them.

  83. ruah says:
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    You’ve been picking me winners so far, which SP do you like for tomorrow: Myers(@CIN), Fister(vs OAK), Garland(vs CHC), Narveson(@NYM), Volstad(vs PIT)

    I think I’m actually leaning Fister here as he’s owned OAK this year. The ‘W’ is the most important thing here.

  84. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @ruah: Sure, go Fister if you’re feeling it. I’d go Volstad. But they’re tomato-tomahto.

  85. Wilsonian says:
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    Thanks on the Buck over Avila call, at least for one night. So far your pickups from just yesterday are 2-6 with 2 HRs and 3 RBI. Not complaining.

  86. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: No problem, glad it’s worked.

  87. Vince says:
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    Grey, I can pick 3 of the following SPs for Friday :

    Maholm @ Fla
    Norris vs ChC
    Guthrie vs Det
    Carmona @ CWS
    Westbrook vs Col
    J-Zimm @ NYM

    Which 3 would you pick? I need Wins first, then Ks…

  88. gza says:
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    CBS reports Kershaw is being shut down after all. It’s like the Dodgers are trying to screw with us fantasy owners on purpose right now. Wow I can’t afford to lose out on a Kershaw start, so this just sucks.

  89. Wilsonian says:
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    Looks like I’m gonna need some steals, is Dyson getting PT every day? I don’t care about BA because I’m done for there.

  90. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Vince: Carmona, Zimmermann, Norris…

    @gza: Now I’m just confused.

    @Wilsonian: Just about and even when he doesn’t start he enters and gets a steal.

  91. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: that’s kind of what I thought. He’s leading the FAs in my league over the past 7 and 14 days. It’s crazy but I just took a HUGE 10 HR/24 RBI lead in the championship (5 HRs and 14 RBI today doesn’t hurt), but I’m down 2 steals and tied in saves. If I can lock up the SAGNOF cats, it’s winner winner chicken dinner for me and a cool $250 in my pocket. As a side note, I’m also up 2.11 in ERA and 0.32 in WHIP which appear to be locked up.

  92. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Wilsonian: You only need to win homers by one homer. Grab Dyson immediately.

  93. GopherDay says:
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    @gza: Nooo!!!! Not good!!!

  94. Anonymous says:
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    Awww. How cute. The Brewers are letting Hoffman pitch in the 9th again. Granted, Axford pitched the 9th in the first of the doubleheader, so, but I could really use two saves tonight.

  95. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: ha, very good point. I’m not sure which one of Hart or Smoak to drop. Leaning Hart, simply because I wanna be able to play Smoak if Prince sits. What do you think?

  96. Grey

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    @Anonymous: Hehe… Yeah, seriously.

    @Wilsonian: I’d drop Smoak in your situation. Hart could steal, Smoak’s not stealing.

  97. Wilsonian says:
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    @Grey: valid point. Dyson for Smoak it is. It was a good run for a day…

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