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Tommy John Surgery, “Hey, has anyone seen Billy Wagner’s arm?” All Pitcher Arms ignore Tommy John Surgery as they continue to read Men’s Fitness Magazine. Tommy John Surgery, “Well, it’s important he gets this message. His arm’s not going to get better without me.” Other Pitcher Arms whistle. Tommy John Surgery, “I will not be ignored!” Then Tommy John Surgery boiled Billy Wagner’s Arm’s Rabbit and followed his kid to a local carnival. Now it looks like Billy Wagner’s career is in danger. Ayala should continue to get the bulk of the saves, but always keep this in mind, Ayala is just not that good. Even in keeper leagues, drop Wagner. He’s no good to you anymore, Tommy John Surgery came calling. Next year, the Mets will probably look to make Francisco Rodriguez the highest paid closer in baseball. Hey, I wonder if Tommy John Surgery and K-Rod were working together? Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

B.J. Upton – Out until the weekend with a strained quad. A B.J. quad strain is blue balls, no?

Emmanuel Burriss – For those who just lost Upton. Burriss got a steal yesterday. He might get 3+ steals this week. In all of my H2H leagues, I’m currently starting him. He goes from the Diamondbacks to the Padres later in the week. I could steal against the Padres; I’m not fast. (UPDATE: He was injured yesterday and is no longer a replacement option for Upton.)

Jack Wilson – Might be out for the season with a hairline fracture in his right index finger. Before you throw in the towel because you’ve lost Jack Wilson, take comfort in knowing you don’t own him on any team.

Tim Lincecum – 8.1 IP, 1 ER, 9 K and 126 pitches. I hope his innings/pitches this year don’t catch up to him next year. I do, because I think Lincecum could be special. With that said, why can’t these schmohawks limit him to 100 pitches when he’s up six runs? How much evidence do you need that high pitch counts lead to injuries? If you were making a run for the pennant, would you let him throw 180 pitches? Inconceivable!

Gary Sheffield – 2 HRs. Afterward Sheff said, “Sheff tried to hit the white off the baseball.”

Jon Lester – 7.2 IP, 9 Ks, 0 ER. Looks like Lester didn’t ask Make-A-Wish for just a no-hitter, but a whole season of productivity.

Jeremy Guthrie - Not pitching tomorrow because he has the “flu.” That’s short for he has a crapload of innings on his arm. If you’re still waiting around for him in leagues, I wouldn’t anymore.

Kevin Gregg – Will return on Tuesday and Fredi Gonzalez said he’ll continue to use Matt Lindstrom as the closer. Why? Because Gonzalez is in a H2H matchup and he owns Lindstrom, obviously.

Dave Bush – 8 IP, 2 ER. It’s only fitting that Bush comes right before Wood.

Brandon Wood – 2 HRs. I told you to pickup Brandon Wood on Friday, since then he has three HRs.

Yusmeiro Petit – 2 2/3 innings and 5 ER. And we might see Jobacum again after all. (Yes, Jobacum just came after Bush and Wood. And that’s how you make a triple-decker double entendre sandwich.)

Matt Antonelli – 1-for-21 since being called up. Don’t worry, Padres. You still have the future promise of Khalil Greene.

Albert Pujols – Said he’s considering Tommy John surgery in the offseason. Wasn’t Wagner enough for you, you monster?!

  1. Started Lincecum and Lester today with confidence, but had some problems with Petit as I started him on 3/4 teams. He really hasn’t been very good lately!

    And Sheffield hit the league’s 250,000th homer tonight…good for him!

  2. Steve says:
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    @Grey: Dunno if you recall, but asked you yesterday about the dropability (or otherwise) of Markakis. Your advice was to keep him.

    What are your thoughts on Burrell right now? He has the ability to get super-hot, but there’s not much time left…

  3. BSA says:
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    Sheffield – HA!

  4. Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    @Steve: I’m in the same BurrellBoat. I’m keeping him on the bench, just in case…

    Here’s an annoying glitch in Yahoo! (Not sure if it’s the same in other leagues.) Upton is hurt but not DL bound. So I need to pick up a replacement 2B for the week. Except I can’t do that until I activate Longoria, who’s no longer on the DL but who, according to their notes:

    3B Evan Longoria was activated from the DL over the weekend but likely will be limited to late-inning defense and pinch-running until Friday

    So I have to drop two useful players just to pick up one 2B and watch both Upton and Longo sit on my bench. Well, at least I should win the category of “Late-Inning Defense” this week.

    Here’s a question, Yahoo!: Why can’t I keep a guy on my DL as long as I want? Just because his team activates him, why do I? Why, Yahoo!, why?

    Grrrrr. Or, more appropriately, Grrrr!

  5. knighttown says:
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    To replace BJ Upton at 2B (not a drop). I need runs>avg>rbi>sb>>hr

    -aviles
    -burriss
    -wood
    -felipe lopez

    any idea why rajai davis pops up on the search under “MI” but only has OF by his name and if he is eligible, is he a better choice?

  6. knighttown says:
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    Yeesh, this Billy Butler vs. Konerko battle at utility is killing me! Konerko has a double header today so i’ll go with him but I feel an o-fer-11 coming on after his 3 HR in 3 games. SONOFABENCH.

  7. Frank Rizzo says:
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    Not sure who to start in RF today. Markakis, going against Sowers from Cleveland who he’s hit 1 for 8 against lifetime….or Ethier who’s gone 2 for 3 against LeBlanc. It’s a small sample size and Ethier’s supposed to suck against lefties but it seems he’s mashing right now no matter who’s on the mound. Meanwhile Markakis is Markakis but that hasn’t been that great of a thing the past week since he’s gone 2-19.

    Is Ethier (the hot bat) the right move here?

  8. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Steve: Guess it depends who you’re replacing him with.

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: I believe ESPN lets you leave a player on the DL as long as you like, but I do think they should be activated when the team activates them. I agree with Yahoo? Yikes!

    @knighttown: Burriss, Aviles, Wood then Lopez.

    @Frank Rizzo: Ethier is the hot bat right now. You gotta go with what’s hot.

  9. Grey

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    @knighttown: This just in — Giants rookie SS Emmanuel Burriss left Monday’s game against the Diamondbacks in the top of the sixth inning with a strained muscle in his left side that could cost him the rest of this season. He hurt himself swinging and grimaced in pain while running out a ball after batting in the bottom of the fifth. Burriss was scheduled for an MRI exam Tuesday. “It’s tough,” he said. “I had come this far and I was trying to go out with a bang. To stop short kind of hurts.”

    ****Don’t pick up Burriss.

  10. Shogun says:
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    Replace Upton with which schmohawk?: Ian Stewart, Jerry Hairston, Felipe Lopez, Asdrubal Cabrera, Clint Barmes, or Alexi Casilla? Something stinks in here, and I think it’s all of these guys.

  11. knighttown says:
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    I guess that leaves good ol’ Mike Aviles, a Razzball special. Like Dickerson, he’s a guy that I never would have noticed but could appear on many winning teams this year. Thanks!

  12. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Shogun: Punt? Asdrubal, Lopez, Barmes, punt.

    @knighttown: Don’t thank me yet.

  13. knighttown says:
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    Which SP eligible reliever I can slip into a SP slot the rest of the way. Only care about WHIP and vulture wins (not Baron Von Vulture Wins, who I could care less about, the Canadian wanksta).

    Bucholz or Kuo?

  14. Shogun says:
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    @Grey: Yeah, it’s an ugly list of names. Fortunately, I just dropped a pitcher I had streamed and was going to drop anyway and took a flier on Hairston, hoping that he’d steal a couple of bases before I get a BJ back. That’s really all Upton was giving me anyway.

    Do any Reds fans – c’mon, there must be at least one of you left – know if Hairston can run on that gimpy leg?

  15. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @knighttown: Kuo

    @Shogun: I’d look at Ivan Ochoa or Asdrubal if you just want steals. Hairston’s had too many leg problems to trust right now.

  16. p0rk burn says:
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    @Shogun: Looks like we’re trying to patch the same hole. I thought my problem was solved with Burriss at the top of the page but a few page downs later I’m back up our favorite creek without a paddle.

    Does anybody else think the real meaning of that saying is that even without a paddle you can get back down the creek but your hands are going to end up really dirty and really stinky? I think that view is appropriate here. I dont have to stay up shit creek, it just means using Asdrubal Cabrera. Now thats a stinky/dirty handful.

  17. Shogun says:
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    @pork burn: Well put. As a sometimes canoeist, one thing to bear in mind is not only would your hands stink, but getting downstream usually requires some wading. Worse yet, sometimes the canoe tips over and your entire body get submerged. That’s why shit creek is never a good place to be.

  18. ShootyBabbit says:
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    Ive just been murdered by MI injuries this year. Who do you like of the following to provide solid play the rest of the year (you think you got it bad on the FA wire Shogun..:-})? Blake DeWitt, Nick Punto, Joe Inglett or Sean Rodriquez?

  19. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @ShootyBabbit: DeWitt, punt.

    Are Ivan Ochoa and Cabrera both gone?

  20. ShootyBabbit says:
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    @Grey: Cabrera is gone. Ochoa is there but is an OBP/SLG league and I am hanging leading in both catergories currently but could slip a place or two. I thought about Ochoa but his OPS is south of .600. Any love @ all for Inglett? He is leading off for a team playing very well, close to double digit steals (9) and sports a .777 OPS. I hadnt paid him much mind before today but???

  21. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @ShootyBabbit: Gotcha, I thought it was a standard roto. I’d then go DeWitt, Inglett, punt.

  22. Steve says:
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    @Grey: Am looking at your boy Wood (that didn’t come out right, did it?). He’s 3B eligible too and is hotter than my Atkins right now.
    Have Ethier in my LF slot right now, so I’m fine there – I guess keeping Burrell stops him getting hot for someone else.
    This whole post came out weird…

  23. Baron Von Vulturewins says:
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    @Grey: [Shakes fist at sky] BURRRISSSS!

    So now my Upton/Longo Activation Misadventure costs me another player! I dropped Burriss and picked up Felipe Lopez. Then I dropped Ian Stewart and picked up Wood. I probably should have just dropped Burriss for Wood, and moved Stewart to 2B (he’s playing 3B for me now) (yes, it’s a grim time for the Baron’s minions).

    Now I’ve got Wood at 3B, Hardy at SS, and Lopez at 2B. Longo better defy all predictions and logic and hit 8 HRs after he comes back. From a wrist injury. You know, like Big Papi did.

    Blurgh.

  24. Jeff says:
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    Estes, Arroyo, Looper, or all 3 for tomorrow?

  25. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Jeff: Sorry, I don’t remember your situation. Are you just trying to get Wins? Ks? ERA? WHIP? My first inclination is to not start any of those schmohawks. But I think I need to know more.

  26. Steve says:
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    @Grey. You know it. My kids have no conception of ‘early’.
    So, worth dropping Pat to get some hot Wood?
    Boom-tish!

  27. Jeff says:
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    I need ERA WHIP Wins and K’s. haha. ERA and WHIP is a deadheat right now in my leauge with 3 other teams. Wins is a deadheat with 2 other teams. I’m in a catch 22. K’s i’m behind about 20 K’s 2 other teams, but I’m off 60 innings the pace for max pitched.

  28. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Steve: Yeah, go for it. You really have very little to lose. He’s riding your pine right now anyway, right? (Not Wood, but that would be ironic.)

  29. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Jeff: You can’t start any of those schmohawks then. They’re way too risky.

  30. NinjaSpaz says:
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    Anyone see Karabell’s comments on Brandon Webb?: “He might still win the Cy Young award — I really want to choose CC Sabathia, and Tim Lincecum is certainly a factor, but time will tell”

    Lincecum is only “a factor”?! How is lil’ Timmy not the favorite at this point? He’ll top 250 K’s and has a shot at being a 20 game winner for a team that is 17 games below .500!

    Also, I’m impressed by Sabathia’s resurgence, but I don’t see how you can either reward him for a <half season (if considering only the NL stats) or overlook his rough start (if you consider everything).

  31. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @NinjaSpaz: Ha! Oh, that Karabell. He’s a “wise” one. That’s for sure.

  32. Steve says:
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    @Grey: Done. Looks like I traded Rios away for Pat the Bat at just the wrong time.

    Don’t think it has hurt me overall – but certainly hasn’t done me much good either.

  33. Doug Ault says:
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    It still baffles me to this day,why didn’t either Gehrig or Tommy John prepare for the inevitable illness or surgery baring their names

  34. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Doug Ault: I know! I’m going to name my kid “Not Polio,” just to be safe.

  35. Doug Ault says:
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    @Grey: Thank for the heads up on Burris,I had him littered over 4 teams.I replaced him with Fred “Dirty” Sanchez on a couple

  36. p0rk burn says:
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    RCL update posted. Nobody get mad. Thanks.

  37. royce! says:
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    Any idea why Volstad left so early? I don’t have him but have become invested emotionally ever since Scully shared so much information about him and somewhat obscure early 20th century anti-booze legislation…

    Speaking of Scully, I’m pleased his wife will allow him to cover games next year, his 60th!

  38. BSA says:
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    What did Leyland do send Miner packing? I logged on to see I lost a pitch start. Last week Wainwright giveth and Miner has taken away – once with the way he pitched and now he disappears.

  39. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @p0rk burn: Sweet, I’ll go check it out in the forums.

    @royce!: That’s hilarious. That Scully weaves a story like Betsey Ross wove a flag.

  40. Grey

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    @BSA: Shoot, I had Miner going for a two start week this week in Razzball. Oh, well. Can’t say I’m shocked.

  41. BSA says:
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    Now as I am watching the Red Sox and Pedroia make the umpire find a new mask has anyone here taken notice of Crisp lately – pretty good numbers from someone who has been struggling. Pretty quiet .456 BA for the past month. Pretty hot numbers for when he is in there. Last week 22 AB and a .682 BA.

    Oh yeah, Grey – shut up with putting Miner in Razzball this week. Now I really look stupid. Oh well Night two of the playoffs and I am essentially tied against my H2H competition.

  42. royce! says:
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    @Grey: Yeah, he’s blessing. But in all seriousness, any idea why Volstad left so early?

  43. wassup says:
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    Should I drop Oliver Perez. He basically killed my era for this week and I might lose in the second round because of him. How can u give up 7 runs in like 3 innnings vs the Nats. I know he still has another start this week but should I just drop him and then start streaming pitchers for the rest of the week? I gotta makeup for the rest of the week in era so…your thoughts? Thanks in advance

  44. royce! says:
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    Konerko’s being helped off the field, something’s wrong with his knee.

  45. Steve says:
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    @royce!: @Grey: I was just about to ask if anyone else was feeling slightly (ahem) underwhelmed with Konerko and Al-Ram’s contribution so far today…

  46. wassup says:
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    Im thinking about streaming Ranger’s Millwood tommorow against Mariners. Should I add him and drop Perez?

  47. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @royce!: Volstad — hit with a grounder, he’ll make his next start.

    @wassup: I never liked Oliver Perez for anything, so yeah, drop him.

    @royce!: Yeah, Konerko looked really bad.

  48. Grey

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    @wassup: Yeah, go for it with Millwood.

  49. Shogun says:
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    Delgado! Two more HRs tonight. He might make up for losing Quentin. Thanks, Grey, for recommending that I pick him up a few weeks back after he was inexplicably put on waivers. I was leaning toward someone else because of Delgado’s low average, but I picked him up anyway and he’s been carrying my team ever since. Sweet.

  50. wassup says:
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    Dont you think Oliver Perez is too valuable? Im having 2nd thoughts of dropping him cuz someone else will pick him up later for later playoff rounds

  51. BSA says:
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    Bay puts the Sox over the pesky Rays in the 8th. I know I know, not many Sox fans here but what the hell I’m psyched.

  52. Grey

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    @wassup: He’s also too unpredictable, that’s why I don’t pick him up. If you want to risk that he bounces back in his next game, hold onto him. He has bounced back from bad starts this year and it doesn’t matter who his opponent is when he does it. You are also running the risk of picking up Millwood and having him get rocked and then you’re doubling your agony.

  53. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @BSA: Wheeler totally coughed that one up. Will be interesting to see if this plays in the Rays’ psyche in the playoffs.

  54. BSA says:
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    Yeah it looks like the Rays have been reading the papers while in Boston. I hate when people say, “They really need to win this game.” but in this case, you get the idea.

    Gack! What’s that?! Who’s that?! Welcome to Tampa five minutes before gametime – Dingdong against Paps! All tied up!

    What was that we were saying?

    Oh yeah! Anyone got a beer and a crying towel for some members of the RCL? PB is trash talkin and then back pedaling because it looks like the mudslinging you’d expect to find in the Presidential election come November.

  55. Shogun says:
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    @Grey: It sucks Wheeler lost that one, especially for Kazmir owners (me).

  56. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @BSA: Ha, you know what I’m referring to.

  57. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Shogun: Yeah, hope you don’t own Papelbon, too.

  58. BSA says:
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    Rays take it back with Perez double and the Navarro double. Hmmm. Something to be said about throwing guys in there who have no clue how intimidating Paps is supposed to be.
    This looks like Maddon winning the game!

  59. Shogun says:
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    @Grey: Nope, but Mike Gonzalez already blew a save for me tonight, and I own Wheeler in another league. This is the downside of being a save vulture. It’s probably how Josh Hamilton used to feel when he was smokin’ crack: a quick, fun high when he’d land a cheap score, and then disappointment when its high baking soda content brought him down hard and fast.

  60. BSA says:
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    C’mon Percy – We don’t need four, half of that will be fine.

  61. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Shogun: Great analogy.

  62. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @BSA: There’s a 20% chance of him converting this.

  63. BigFatHippo says:
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    @Grey: @BSA: @Shogun: Wow, just checked that game out. Wild one.

    Thankfully Wheeler’s been on my bench for a while. Been playing Ziggy and Devine, who’s so fine. Win and a save, sweet.

  64. BSA says:
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    Hey Hippo glad to see you rose out of the muck in the RCL. Much more fun here, not take your beer and the towel and catch up.

    Sshhhh! Papi’s up I gotta go!

  65. wassup says:
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    This is a question to all readers tommorow? Whos the best streamer at pitcher for tommorow? Just wondering ne one can answer

  66. BSA says:
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    Damn it!

    Grey, 20% chance? Where’d you dig that number out of? The same place Navarro pulled out that throw to second?

  67. BSA says:
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    F-U Crisp and your batting average! This is why I suck in the RCL.

  68. BigFatHippo says:
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    @BSA: Game over, best team wins.

    Now on to something I care about…………..Balkin Bob Davidson caught Marmol and the Cards are gonna beat the Cubs……………….

  69. BSA says:
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    @BigFatHippo: Aaah! The Hippo I’ve grown to hate! Welcome back, feet up and comfy?

    Now the time zone issue comes into play and I need to shut down! Hippo the floor is yours.

  70. BigFatHippo says:
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    The Cubbie collapse has officially begun.

    A little later than usual but expected nonetheless.

    Go Brewers, cause my Cards ain’t gonna do it.

    @BSA: Hate’s a strong word man, I love ya anyway. Smooooooooccccchhhhhhhhh…………………….

  71. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @wassup: It’s hard to know who’s the best spot starter when we don’t know who’s available. Millwood might be the best, but he’s a unpredictable.

  72. Steve says:
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    Grrrr. First my Bell gives up a couple and blows a Hold. Then – no Kuo.

    Maybe he will come in and close it out? Broxton not available yesterday, apparently.

  73. Grey

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    @Steve: Lucky you don’t have Tony Pena.

  74. Steve says:
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    @Grey: It’s almost as bad – my opponent has Brian Wilson.

  75. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Steve: Oh, well, here comes a BS then.

  76. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Steve: You’re welcome.

  77. Steve says:
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    @Grey: You are awesome.

  78. Steve says:
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    @Grey: How did you do that? I didn’t even see your lips move.

  79. royce! says:
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    @Grey: Dammit! I needed that save! Oh well, thanks for helping me figure out what 2 starter to use this week… So far it seems that Blackburn was definitely the right choice over Carmona, Sanchez, Miner or Petit. I think they combined for something like 70 ER over 1.2 IP.

    Rauch is in to earn Wilson a win! I could use that too! Everything’s coming up royce!!

  80. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @royce!: You’re about to get a vulture win. You’re welcome.

  81. royce! says:
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    @Grey: Seriously, how did you do that? I read your comment, looked up at the TV, and Scully said, “Well, the Giants won…”

    Also, if anyone else was watching the Dodgers game, did Scully call Juan Cruz “the Graphite Shaft”? I must have misheard that.

  82. Steve says:
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    @Grey: Could you please do/say something to ensure that neither Kuo or Broxton get Kazam’d?

    Now that my boy Ethier has ‘ruined’ a possible Save opp for me, that is.

    ‘Tis a game of conflicting emotions, this fantasy baseball…

  83. Grey

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    @royce!: I’m watching the Dodgers, but I didn’t hear that. Great porn title though.

  84. RT says:
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    I need to pick-up a holds guy for the rest of the year and need to drop two of these three (try not to laugh at the names):

    Hairston Jr. (he’s still on my DL)
    Chris Dickerson
    Crash Davis

    Who would you rather have the rest of the year?

  85. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @RT: Drop Davis and Hairston.

  86. royce! says:
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    @Grey: Yeah, either he was talking about golf or I was thinking about it, ‘cos I googled the phrase with “Juan Cruz” and it seems to have been never documented.

    So I guess that would have to be golf themed porn? Perhaps that’s Scully’s thing.

  87. RT says:
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    Phew. What I thought.

    Heard anything on when Dickerson is coming back?

    Dogfight in my 18 team league for 1-3. I’m currently in seventh after being close to last in pretty much all pitching categories. I’ve been rolling with 14-16 pitchers for about two months now.

  88. royce! says:
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    Who am I kidding? Golf porn is totally my thing!

  89. RT says:
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    Typo: I meant second (not seventh)

  90. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @Steve: Why is Broxton in there? What’s Torre thinking? Really frustrating.

    @RT: Well, Dickerson might be a couple of days, do you need one of these guys for tomorrow?

    @royce!: It’s everyone’s thing, man. Everyone.

  91. RT says:
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    @Grey: No, but that choice will be my only bench player. Cincy seems to have quite the glut of players now. I’m hoping like hell they go back to Dickerson.

    Only good Holds guy available is Adams… maybe even Motte for the rest of the year.

  92. Steve says:
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    @Grey: Well, no damage done, I suppose.

    Except of course to a pitcher who was unavailable yesterday and has been worked pretty hard this season.

    Doesn’t Torre have a bit of a rep for running relievers into the ground?

  93. Grey

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    @RT: Yeah, I hope they go back to him too. Those are the Holds guys you’re going with? Good luck.

    @Steve: Yeah, Torre ran every setup man the Yanks had into the ground. Somehow Rivera came out okay.

  94. RT says:
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    @Grey:
    Tell me about it. I’ve scoured the wire. Nada.

  95. bartolo colon says:
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    whos parr?

  96. Grey

    Grey says:
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    @bartolo colon: Young prospect who is a risky NL-Only option.

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