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If you’re anything like me (and your office’s firewall is feeble or nonexistent), then I’m sure you’ve wasted countless hours clicking through the player cards on Baseball-Reference.com.  It’s fun to get lost in the vortex of baseball history, absorbing interesting nuggets, like how Hawk Harrelson posted a 155 OPS+ in 1968.  Of course, scientific analysis is overrated according to Hawk, so don’t bother telling him that the metrics suggest he was quite awesome that year.  Baseball-Reference is also the place where I learn about player nicknames and Twitter handles and all that sort of nonsense that we simply cannot live without.  But the most fascinating feature of the site is one that I was only recently made aware of — I’m sure it’s been there for awhile, so forgive me if you know about it already.  Next time you’re visiting the website, click on the player search box and type “f**kface”, only leave out the censoring characters.  Then search it, and enjoy.  I have no idea why that particular player card shows up, but it’s hilarious nonetheless.  Any insight on this topic would be appreciated in the comments section.  Also feel free to focus your comments on the coming week’s two-starters, which are listed below.

As always, probable pitchers are subject to change.  For a look at all fantasy baseball streamers, click that link.

MUST START

Anibal Sanchez (HOU, @TEX); Matt Moore (BOS, @BAL); Jordan Zimmerman (@LAD, @SD); C.C. Sabathia (SEA, TOR); Jake Peavy (@MIN, @LAA); Lance Lynn (NYM, MIL)

FIRST TIER

A.J. Burnett (MIL, HOU); Chris Tillman (SD, TB); Doug Fister (HOU, @TEX); Derek Holland (@OAK, DET); Mike Minor (@ARZ, LAD); Hector Santiago (@MIN, @LAA); A.J. Griffin (TEX, KC); Justin Masterson (NYY, SEA); Homer Bailey (@MIA, @PHI); Wade Miley (ATL, @MIA); Jeff Locke (MIL, HOU)

  • There’s some two-start goodness available on waivers this coming week, beginning with Jeff Locke (7% owned in Y! leagues), who’s establishing himself as a solid streamer option, having only allowed 4 ER through his last four starts.  He’ll pitch at home against Milwaukee to begin the week, and again next weekend versus the cupcake Astros.  Hector Santiago (12%) is another intriguing option for the week ahead.  The southpaw is coming off of an 8 K, 0 R performance, and he faces two bottom-half offenses in week 7.  Others to target:  Chris Tillman (25%) and A.J. Griffin (37%).  In shallow formats you might be able to get lucky and find Wade Miley (72%) or Justin Masterson (74%) on the wire, but odds are those two, and the rest of this group, are stashed already.  As always, everyone from the first tier is a solid play.

SECOND TIER

Jason Vargas (KC, CWS); Bud Norris (@DET, @PIT); Justin Grimm (@OAK, DET); Kyle Lohse (@PIT, @STL); Dan Haren (@LAD, @SD); Travis Wood (COL, NYM)

  • The second tier is a little thinner than usual this week, but still feel free to roll with these guys in your lineups.  Aside from Kyle Lohse and Dan Haren, this group is widely available, and there’s plenty of upside.  Facing two cupcake opponents, I was tempted to push Jason Vargas (20%) into the first tier, but his inconsistencies on the young season are a tad worrisome.  Justin Grimm (17%) has been whiffing batters to the tune of a 9.7 K/9, which is an attractive figure, but Oakland and Detroit are tough assignments, so be wary.  Bud Norris (13%) is another to use with caution — he’s always been a guy who performs much better in Houston, but he’ll be on the road for both outings next week.

THIRD TIER

Marco Estrada (@PIT, @STL); Barry Zito (@TOR, @COL); Josh Beckett (WAS, @ATL); Eric Stults (@BAL, WAS); Joe Blanton (KC, CWS); David Phelps (@CLE, TOR); Aaron Harang (@NYY, @CLE); Ricky Nolasco (CIN, ARZ); Jake Westbrook (NYM, MIL); Jeremy Hefner (@STL, @CHC); Dillon Gee (@STL, @CHC); Juan Nicasio (@CHC, SF)

  • It’s always best to avoid tier three, if possible.  In deep formats and AL/NL-only, though, you might have to dip into this group on occasion.  The best upside here can be found in the form of Jake Westbrook (28%) and Joe Blanton (2%).  Westbrook continues to outperform his peripheral numbers (1.62 ERA, 4.39 xFIP), and regression is bound to take hold soon, but it’s not a bad idea to see if he has a couple more useful outings in him.  Blanton has turned in three straight quality outings, and gets a couple decent match-ups — the Royals are no pushover, but the White Sox lineup has been quite bad this year.

DON’T START

Luis Mendoza (@LAA, @OAK); Pedro Hernandez (CWS, BOS); Jeff Francis (@CHC, SF)

    • JG_ism says:
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      @Matthew:
      haha…I sold that card for decent moolah back then..a few hund if I remember correctly

      • Scott Evans

        Scott Evans says:
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        Can’t believe Fleer didn’t catch it. I’m not a baseball card guy, but I’d love to have that one.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Haha awesome! I’ve seen the photo of the knob, but never the full shot of Ripkin. The whole world makes so much more sense now.

  1. chunk says:
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    Are we starting Neece vs Pit? I’m tempted to bench him until he shows me a good start…

    • JG_ism says:
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      @chunk:
      I am…good record against plus he is home…throwing caution to the wind.
      Although the weather here is pretty crappy today, might get rained out

      • chunk says:
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        @JG_ism: cool thanks for the reply

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      not a bad play today

      • JG_ism says:
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        @Scott Evans:
        guess that turned out bad
        my ERA/WHIP just got molested

        • Scott Evans

          Scott Evans says:
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          Oof. I’ve been a Halladay/Cain owner this year, so I feel your pain.

  2. Mike says:
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    Mr F**ckface is famous for a baseball card with that moniker carefully placed in full view of the reader.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Can’t believe Fleer didn’t catch it

  3. The Guru

    The Guru says:
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    Mr. Evans, I bow to you for the most hilarious post of the week!

    In an interview with CNBC, Billy Ripken revealed the truth about his 1989 Fleer card: “Now I had to write something on the bat. At Memorial Stadium, the bat room was not too close to the clubhouse, so I wanted to write something that I could find immediately if I looked up and it was 4:44 and I had to get out there on the field a minute later and not be late. There were five big grocery carts full of bats in there and if I wrote my number 3, it could be too confusing. So I wrote ‘F–k’ Face on it.”

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Can’t believe this whole story had escaped me all these years. I’ve seen the photo of the knob of the bat before, but never the entire card… never thought to investigate further. I love that baseball-ref is having fun with it, though…

  4. joeg414 says:
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    Kazmer ,two starts this week?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Not officially, but now that I take a closer look, seems likely he’ll go twice. First tier guy, if so.

  5. Peter says:
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    Cashner?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Yeah, the Burch Smith call-up bumps Cashner to next week… he replaces Stults on the list & I’d slot Cashner in tier 1

  6. Byron from Austin says:
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    Good Morning Scott!!
    Uh oh, I have to drop someone I like when Greinke comes off the dl.

    5×5 roto, I’m in first, but barely. Rotation is Felix, Minor, Burnett, Corbin, Milone, Cashner, Kendrick, Santiago. Deep mixed money league, so I don’t want to drop a guy that will really help another team. my only other drop option would be Wil Myers who I’be been stashing but don’t “need”. help me please! sleeping on it didn’t do any good. I’m thinking I may just drop whoever has the worst projected schedule ahead, of the bottom 3 guys listed. thanks for the write-up! though Burnett might have been slightly snubbed… isn’t he a must-start by now? I wouldn’t sit him even at coors.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Yes, Burnett is close to a must-start and I figured someone would gripe about that. He’ll be there next time if he keeps this up. I’d drop Myers… risky stash because you never know what these guys are gonna do when they get the call & it’s looking like we won’t see him til around July 1.

      • Byron from Austin says:
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        @Scott Evans: @Scott Evans: thanks scott!

        no gripes, but burnett is having what might be a career year! all aboard.

        thanks for your opinion, i guess i will bite the bullet and drop myers.

        with an outfield of mccutchen, choo, gordon, dom brown, frazier, and mclouth, though, i guess i’d be struggling to find him pt anyway. have a great weekend!

        • Scott Evans

          Scott Evans says:
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          Thanks! You do the same.

  7. Allan says:
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    Scott or anyone else,
    Im in a weekly points league and straily killed me last night. Have one transaction left this week. Pitching is scored QS=5 W=5 K=2 ER=-2 L=-5. Pettitte, Capuono, McAllister, Chen, Tepesch, Quintana, R. Hernandez are available. Who should I pick up? Thanks

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      W.Y. Chen

  8. EnglishMetsFan says:
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    Santiago, IF he is being replaced in the WS rotation when Danks comes back next week.
    Which would be sad, due to his RP eligibility and 2 start week.
    WS should let us all know today or tomorrow.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      That’d be nice, wouldn’t it? Definitely a risky play… hopefully there’s more clarity tomorrow.

  9. TobiasFunkeAnalRapist says:
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    Drop Cashner for Masterson?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Hold

  10. Fooch says:
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    Haha…so, if you didn’t know the Billy Ripken story to begin with, why were you randomly typing that word into the search field at Baseball-Reference? Hmmm??

    Any other suggestions for oddly mismatched web sites / search words?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Haha, no a friend tipped me off the the f**kface trick, but not the story. The commenters thus far have done a wonderful job of filling me in on the context. I tried typing in the other filthy words to no avail… when you just type “f**k” you get an illustration of an open mouth and a bar of soap. That’s when I realized I’m probably too old to be typing dirty words into baseball-ref.

  11. JG_ism says:
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    @anyone….some thoughts (probably the wrong blog to post, sorry)

    Thinking of offering SPs for Swisher. That team needs SPs , I desperately need a 1B and Swish may be warming up. My questions are
    1. Is my offer fair? (if not, suggestions please)
    2. Thoughts on my rotation minus whatever SPs may/may not be dealt.

    13 team roto 5×5
    C-Rosario(11)
    1B-Konerko(17) will sit on bench if deal goes through until he either heats up, gets traded or dies from old age.
    2B-Altuve(20)
    3B-MostSuckAss(19)
    SS-Castro(9)
    MI-Aybar(14)
    CI-Carter(1)
    OF-Gordon(28) Morse(1) Hunter(1)
    Ut-Viciedo(15) Span(1)
    Bench Joyce (faab) DL Stanton(28) Crisp(2)

    SP Lee(28) Zimmerman(15) Samardzija(14) Niese(7) Miller(5)
    RPs Wilhelmsen(12) Janssen(3)

    Bench Hammel(1) Wheeler(1) Arroyo(1) Smyly & Guthrie (faab)
    DL Beachy (faab)

    Im thinking of offering Smyly and Beachy or Hammel and Smyly or something something something like that. Fair? Not fair?
    Thoughts/suggestions appreciated

    • Scott Evans

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      I’d hold. I like Pauly Konerko over Swish for ROS anyway.

  12. TheNewGuy says:
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    What to do with Matt Kemp though. Really exciting getting him for the first time this year and he goes out and stinks so far! Some guys just dont know how to get in your good books…he’s always killed my H2H teams before! He looks like hes playing through shoulder issues which are sapping his power, would you hold hum or sell for another buy low guy like Bruce or Heyward when he comes back? (Dont think i could do better than that right)

    Still hoping Kemp will return to his old self and carry my H2H team for a few weeks, but if thats a pipedream I might need to be selling off soon while I have a chance.

    • Scott Evans

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      Grey wrote a sell blurb on Kemp a few weeks back in a buy/sell, which might be worth digging up. I own him in a roto & I’m gonna ride it out & hope he finds his rhythm. My advice would be to do the same.

  13. James T Work says:
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    Scott,
    HAHAHAHA…I recall the year that Fleer !@#% up and let this one slip by. For my birthday all I wanted was card packs upon card packs in eager anticipation of this treasure. Well of fn course I never got the gdamn card!!! I must of opened 2 cases worth!

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Ha! I’m not even a baseball card guy, but wouldn’t mind having that one displayed on my desk.

      • Wallpaper Paterson says:
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        @Scott Evans: I own one of the fixed cards. I have the black box version.

  14. TheNewGuy says:
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    Oh but on a positive note, its Miller-time! Glad for your boy Shelby, have him on the same H2H team and that was awesome last night.

    Still not decided on a new team to support btw. Its hard when I have no connections to any American cities (im English just to remind you). Thinking I want to support a team where Id like to go on holiday again to watch them play, so thinking Cali or Florida really. Though the Marlins suck and dont like domes so im thinking either San Fran or the Dodgers, my football team plays in blue here so thinking the Dodgers, wise call? They play in blue like my football team over here, but I gotta admit I prefer the way the Giants do business on less money.

    Even considering your Cards too. Really like a lot of the players and the way the Organisation is run is great, despite not often spending big money on a player. The problem is they play in red, is that enough of a reason not to want to support them haha. Also whats Stl like as a city, is it a nice place to visit, much to do in terms of tourist attractions? Hear theres a good theme park there but not sure what else lol.

    • Scott Evans

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      Yeah, feeling good about ranking him #1 all the way back in Feb!

      Well if you wanna choose your favorite team according to places to visit, look no further than San Fran. Great team, greater city. STL is a great place to catch a ballgame & maybe enjoy some barbeque, but that’s it. Wouldn’t vacation there from overseas. Also great about visiting the Bay Area in Cali, is you can stay in San Fran, catch a Giants game & then skip across the bay for an A’s game the next day.

      • TheNewGuy says:
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        @Scott Evans: So Giants over Dodgers then?

        Guess its more a case of San Fran or Cali as a place to visit on holiday. Been to both before but when I was much younger, do remember San Fran as being a really cool place, but much colder (and windier)!

        As for Ballpark, never been to AT&T, always wanted to go sometime though. Been to Chavez Ravine and tbh didnt find it anything special. Guess its a case of climate vs Ballpark!

        • Scott Evans

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          San Francisco over LA for me.

  15. Ryan741 says:
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    Scott, what side of this deal do you prefer? Kershaw/Headley/Heath Bell or Greinke/Longo/Samardzija? I’d prefer to keep Headley and maybe deal Kershaw/Seager for Greinke/Longo, but I’m pretty sure he wouldn’t go for that.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      I’d hold on Kershaw/Headley/Bell… the second option is a tad better, but I’d still hold.

  16. Ryan741 says:
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    I could also potentially do a Seager/Mark Reynolds/Heath Bell for Machado/Dempster deal too, which has been offered before to me. Not sure if that would still be on the table.

    • Scott Evans

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      I like this one a lot better for you

  17. Phil says:
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    Two games from Locke or one from Lee ?
    Two games from Price or one game from Price?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Probably roll with Lee for 1 in most h2h formats. Price goes just once, if that’s what you’re asking…

  18. Big Magoo says:
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    I picked up Vargas in several of my weekly leagues in anticipation of those juicy matchups at home. After struggling against Houston and seeing his 9:8 K-BB ratio at home, not looking so good now.

    I am diggin Tillman and Griffin as two-start streamers this week. Love the two home starts for each of them, and the matchups look good too, especially for Tillman.

    Santiago is intriguing. He seems to be throwing well at the moment, but a pair of road starts is less than ideal. What’s your take on him?

    • Scott Evans

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      I like Santiago better when he’s away from Chicago, actually… match-ups next week are great & both in pitchers parks. US Cellular can be a launching pad.

      • Big Magoo says:
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        @Scott Evans: Yeah, I agree about US Cellular, but certain players just seem to be comfortable in certain parks regardless of park factors. Peavy, Sale, and Floyd have been better at home over the past few years. Santiago does have more favorable numbers on the road, but not much of a track record in either Target Field or Angel Stadium. I might roll the dice in one or two leagues though. Thanks for the response.

  19. joeg414 says:
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    Locke over Phelps? because of the match ups?

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Locke’s been pitching great & Phelps faces some tough opponents.

  20. Phil says:
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    Not h2h
    2 games from Locke or one from Price?
    Not h2h
    2 games from Locke or one from Lee?

    • Scott Evans

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      Price for 1, Lee for 1.

  21. Crackrockcandy says:
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    Baltimore only has five games, so will Tillman actually get two starts? I definitely like his matchups this week better than next (Tor & NYY)

    • Scott Evans

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      O’s are working with a 4 man rotation, so yes I still think he goes twice.

  22. OaktownSteve says:
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    Holy handgrenades! I’m in a weekly league start 9 pitcher usually 7 sp and 2 rp.

    If this schedule holds I’ll get double starts from JZimm, Peavy, Fister Santiago, Bailey and Burnett. A lot of really favorable match ups in there too. Could be a huge week.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Heyo… no rainouts, please!

  23. Kyle says:
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    What do you think about venable? Worth droppin arenado for him

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Hold Arenado

  24. Mariner Mike says:
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    Samardja what to do just strikeouts should I hold for better days ahead or or??? Also have Butler and what a disapointment do you see anything ahead or figure out some trade if I could get anything?

    • Scott Evans

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      I’d give it another month on both before exploring trades.

  25. Oppo Taco says:
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    drop profar for wheeler? its a keeper league but neither will probably be kept at the end of the year. looking for a better play for this year only, also have tavares but i’m thinking he’s a better stash than profar, thanks

    • Scott Evans

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      yeah I’d swap out Profar for Wheeler.

  26. huge caulk says:
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    12 team 6×6 h2h.. Hitting is good, pitching mediocre… Can I make this trade?

    I ship him Medlen for
    Shin Soo Choo

    Seems like decent OF are all over the waiver wire, but quality SP’s are tough to get…however Medlen is slightly lacking in K’s and Ks count double in my league(K and K/9). In a vacuum, you make this trade every time but in my situation I am not sure,,, Other OF i own include:
    Holliday, Ichiro, Victorino, Aoki, Joyce so I could use some improvement there. But is Choo that much of an improvement and worth sacrificing pitching? Pitchers I own: Harvey, Medlen, Kennedy, Shark, Jo-fer, Cingrani, Kuroda, Wei Yen Chen, Masterson… Thanks

    • Scott Evans

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      You gotta make this deal, even considering your situation. I’m a huge fan of Choo… he’d immediately be your best outfielder, and by a comfy margin too.

  27. TheNewGuy says:
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    So Giants over Dodgers then?

    Guess its more a case of San Fran or Cali as a place to visit on holiday. Been to both before but when I was much younger, do remember San Fran as being a really cool place, but much colder (and windier)!

    As for Ballpark, never been to AT&T, always wanted to go sometime though. Been to Chavez Ravine and tbh didnt find it anything special. Guess its a case of climate vs Ballpark!

    • Scott Evans

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      I prefer both the ballpark & climate in San Fran. No question.

      • TheNewGuy says:
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        @Scott Evans: You prefer climate in San Fran? Whaddaya crazy!

        It was nice and hot in Cali when I was there before and windy as hell in San Fran I remember, despite it being a nice city. You prefer the cold, or is it not always like that?

        • Scott Evans

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          I live in Chicago, so referring to SF as a “cold” climate is kinda hard for me to wrap my head around… It’s definitely milder than LA, but I enjoy temps in the 60′s & 70′s over the 80+ (that’s fahrenheit, obviously).

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            @Scott Evans: Ah right fair enough man, thought I might have just been unlucky when in San Fran for a minute.

            Thanks for the advice anyway, definately between the Dodgers and Giants…I think! But think ill like your Cards as my 2nd team, always end up with lots of STL fantasy players to root for also.

            • Scott Evans

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              Reds still #1 on your list? I’m headed to Cincy next month for a Reds v Cards game…

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                @Scott Evans: Nope scrapped em…mainly because they wear Red…oh and have red in their name too!

                Like I say between Dodgers and Giants for my main team.

                Then think I’ll go Cards as my 2nd team, always respected them ever since I started watching baseball, and they always put up good consistent winning seasons without spending big bucks. And like I say I often have lots of them on my fantasy teams too (cant be a bad thing) so I like a lot of the players.

                Guess it would be better to have 1 AL and 1 NL team to root for but hey ho, aint many American league teams I like these days! Probably would be someone like the Rangers, but I dont see Texas as all that great a place to visit on the whole.

                • Scott Evans

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                  Seattle is a wonderful AL town to visit & I like Safeco a lot. It’s another northwestern US climate, though, and it’s even milder than SF, so if that’s not your think avoid it. But if fresh, delicious seafood & boozy craft beers are your thing, can’t go wrong in Seattle. Come to think of it, that last sentence applies perfectly well for San Fran, too.

  28. Q says:
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    Points league, can only start 3 of these pitchers.

    Two starts: fister, Bailey, minor, aj Griffin (CBS also lists Dickey, who i don’t see on your list)

    1 start: darvish home v. Det , Cliff Lee home v. Phi.

    Which 3 would u start this week? Do i have the stones to sit darvish and/or c lee?

    • Q says:
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      @Q:

      Also have j zimm and moore this week, who im starting for sure. An embarrassment of riches this week!

      • Scott Evans

        Scott Evans says:
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        ha! yeah definitely go for Lee & Darvish then… no need to get greedy.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      I could be missing something, but doesn’t look like Dickey goes twice. Anyway… Start Fister, Darvish, Lee…

  29. Mariner Mike says:
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    Drop Arenado to stash Wheeler already have Longoria?? Thanks for the help

    • Scott Evans

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      Hold Arenado.

  30. TheNewGuy says:
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    In trade talks so just posting this round you Razzball guys for some advice, definately excited (and much-needed) at getting Davis after the Hosmer/Freese/Morales crap I’ve endured at CI so far this season. Would be good to hear some advice.

    Man mini-mini-(mini?) donkey has been amazing this year. 20 walks too compared to just 37 last year! Great for an OBP league.

    He seems legit so im buying in. Team has Votto, Goldy and C Davis so seems a great buying opportunity on him.

    What SP would you send for him outta:

    YoGa, Samaradkaiajaijda, Price (obviously not), the Peav, Fister, H Bailey, other hot schmotato shizz.

    • Scott Evans

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      Samardzija

      • TheNewGuy says:
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        @Scott Evans: Guess it might be better to ask who you wouldn’t do….only Price?

        The guys a Cubs fan so am thinking he might want Samardija too, but might YoGa be better to ship off?

        • Scott Evans

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          Only firm no on Price, but I’d try to hold Gallardo… Peavy, Bailey & Fister could all be shopped.

  31. Anthony says:
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    Hey Scott, Good stuff. I have a question for you for next week. I’m in a mixed H2H points league where we start only 4 SP for the week. The 3 guys I’ve got locked in are Matt Moore (2 starts), Wainwright (1 start), and Shelby (1 start). I’m really not sure what to do with the last slot out of Latos @ PHI, Haren @ LAD & @ SD, or Vargas vs. KC & CWS. Can you give me your opinion on who you’d start for my last spot or if you’d even change my three guys I have locked in. Thanks brother

    • Scott Evans

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      Vargas.

  32. Frank Grimes says:
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    Felix has two starts this week as they shuffled the rotation a bit.

    • Scott Evans

      Scott Evans says:
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      Thanks for the heads-up!

  33. LongoTulo says:
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    John lackey or Locke? Thanks for your help!

    • Scott Evans

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      Locke

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