Aroldis Chapman tested positive for Covid and has mild symptoms. Aroldis was reading a radar gun, when he said, “Damn, I haven’t thrown 101 in so long,” then he realized he wasn’t reading a radar gun. This is not great news. Zack/Zach Britton would fill in if Aroldis can’t get back on the field in time for Re-Opening Day. (I’m trying to make Re-Opening Day happen. Is it obvious/working?) I’m hesitant about moving Aroldis down in my rankings, because he only needs — what, two throwing sessions to be ready? Seems like he could be back by Re-Opening Day, or maybe a day or two past Re-Opening Day or three days past Re-Opening Day (is it a thing yet?).  Anyway, here’s what else I saw in fantasy baseball:

Luke Voit – Lost 13 pounds in quarantine. In related news, Luke Voit’s wife can’t cook worth a sh*t.

Buster Posey – Opted out. Oh, damn, that’s too ba–JOEY BART SZN! *dons Hazmat suit, drives to post office, goes in and requests 4.5 million postcards be mailed out reading JOEY BART SZN, screams through Hazmat suit mask but no one can understand a word I’m saying, grabs a piece of paper and writes out my request, post office pushes button, streamers fall* “Someone just bought 2.5 million dollars worth of stamps! We’re saved!” I jot down on a piece of paper, “I only have five bucks.” *streamers stop* Okay, so I wasn’t able to send out as many congratulatory postcards announcing the birth of Joey Bart as I would’ve liked, but this will have to do. On the reals, I ranked Joey Bart in my top 20 catchers and added him into my top 500 with much excitement, then I heard Rob Brantly would likely start; I saw Bart’s 60-game projections of 11/3/10/.264, and I made the Larry David meh face. Either way, here’s my Joey Bart sleeper from during the shutdown, but the Giants have already said they like how Rob Brantly looks in the everyday catcher role. The Rob Brantley who averages two homers a year in a 162-game season. Guess when you compare him to the rest of the Giants’ lineup, he’s in an seven-way tie for their 2nd best hitter.

Billy Hamilton – Hit the IL, which sucks for me, because I own him and Hamilton actually could steal 30 bags in 60 games (if he gets hit by 30 pitches). By the way, you know what’s a dead give away on Covid positive tests? Literally no one has any other injuries! And, if someone is being IL’d for literally anything else, they say it. This is a chef’s kiss after sipping on Classic Coke.

Devin Mesoraco – Retired and joined U-Pitt’s coaching staff. He seems like a better fit at U-Gly.

Michael Kopech – Opted out for the season. Will have to save my Shark Tank idea, which is a scale that subtracts three pounds for clothes, for next year since I need a *pinkie to mouth* Kopech’er.

Yoan Moncada – Hit the IL with nothing, which is code for Covid. Buh-buh-buh-buh-BUT he’s my preseason AL MVP choice! Guess I’ll have to go back to old standby Travis Shaw. Not a bad idea, tee bee aitch. So, I haven’t moved Moncada in my rankings, because I honestly have no idea how long he’ll be out, but this isn’t great, obvi.

Isaac Paredes – Hit the IL with what I’d guess is Covid, since nothing else was mentioned. I love a Paredes, but not like this. Hopefully, he’s better quickly, so he can get in the lineup. Here’s my Isaac Paredes sleeper from during the shutdown. Also, IL’d for the Tigers with no specified reason: Daz Cameron, Alex Faedo and Sergio Alcantara. How exactly are the Tigers hazing their rookies?

Joey Gallo – Cleared to rejoin team. Gallo said, “I will return to avoiding all contact.”

Cam Gallagher – Tested positive for Covid. Gallagher hopes he smashes those next tests.

Yasiel Puig – Could sign with the O’s. In a normal year, a big free agent signing with the O’s would be surprising, but in 2020 my floor for surprise is way up.

Richie Martin – Broken bone in his wrist, leaving him to wince through a rendition of Livin’ La Vida Broken. Just guarantee Austin Hays a starting job, you absolute ghouls.

Shohei Ohtani – Dealing with a stiff back. His owners have a stiff front. Unrelated, of course.

Franklin Barreto – Billy Beane said, while his hand was up Bob Melvin’s butt and moving his lips, the A’s will use multiple guys at 2nd base.

Brian Johnson – Candidate for the Red Sox 4th starter job. When did the Red Sox become a small market team without a pitching staff?

Mallex Smith – Hasn’t been at camp yet for undisclosed reasons. Hmm…I wonder what that is! In 100% related news, my Kyle Lewis sleeper.

Trent Thornton – Charlie Montoyo, you kill my father prepare to die-slash-Jays manager said, Thornton is penciled into the 5th starter spot. That’s a weird way to spell Nate Pearson.

Chase Anderson – Has an oblique strain. I have him ranked in the 450s overall in my top 500, so, ya know, bleh. Will wait for more information, but an oblique strain would just about finish him for the year if it’s bad. Nate Pearson, babycakes, you back in the picture!

Lourdes Gurriel – Still hasn’t appeared at camp. It’s no coincidence that ‘Lisa Simpson grumble’ shares many of the same letters as Lourdes Gurriel.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Will play 1B and DH, exclusively (assuming everyone stays healthy). Travis Shaw will play 3rd base and win the MVP.

Kenley Jansen – Arrived at summer camp on Sunday, after missing the first ten days with, well, ya know. But he’s good now with dem sweet, sweet antibodies.

Mike Moustakas – Lost 12 pounds during quarantine. Moisttightasskiss! In related news, Moustakas is using a meal delivery service that Luke Voit’s wife started.

Tommy Pham – Tested negative twice and is back out there. Pham said, “I took Vitamin D and got a lot of sun.” Later, Pham revealed he’s sponsored by Sunny D.

Brian Dozier – Released by the Padres. Jayce Tingler, Padres manager and sex toy, calls Dozier into his office:  “Hey, man, listen, we’re not gonna be able to find room for you.” Brian, “But rosters are 60-man deep and there’s a worldwide pandemic knocking guys out every day.” “Yeah, it’s just not gonna happen.”

Josh Reddick – Dusty said Reddick will be the RF starter. In other news, water is wet and taco diarrhea burns. Sorry, Kyle Tucker, but the last time Dusty played a rookie it was his son as a bat boy.

 
  1. galica says:
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    Grey!!!!

    Ga, amazing write-up even if it includes 2 of my players (not on the same team!).

    a. The two are Mallex and Chappy. I guess better to get the COVID out of the way before the season starts, right? Ah, jeez maybe never good to get it. Hard to know.

    b. Funny on the Brian Dozier blurb. Another way the discussion could have went…

    Manager: ‘Sorry, Brian. We’re going in a different direction at 2B.’
    Dozier: ‘Ok, I guess that seems reasonable. Greg Garcia, Ty France and Jake Cronenworth are all better than me.’
    Manager: ‘Thanks for seeing it my way. Don’t the door hit you on your way out.’

    c. We ship out for THAT island paradise tomorrow.

    d. MLB quote of the day for July 13, 2020

    ‘When baseball is no longer fun, it’s no longer a game, and so, I’ve played my last game. ‘

    Joseph ‘Joe’ Paul DiMaggio, aka ‘Joltin’ Joe’ and ‘The Yankee Splinter’. What to say about Joe DiMaggio! His 56-game hitting streak still stands as the MLB record (May 15 – July 16, 1941). He stole home plate five (5) times. DiMaggio also holds the record for most seasons with more HRs than strikeouts – seven (7) seasons and five (5) times consecutively – 1937- 1941.

    1937 – HRs (46), Ks (37)
    1938 – HRs (32), Ks (21)
    1939 – HRs (30), Ks (20)
    1940 – HRs (31), Ks (30)
    1941 – HRs (30), Ks (13)
    1946 – HRs (25), Ks (24)
    1948 – HRs (39), Ks (30)

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      A. Yeah, impossible to know

      B. Ha, yup

      C. Awesome! Have fun!

      D. Geez, Joe D. was a real downer

      • galica says:
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        Grey!!

        a. But, but, but…Anthony Fauci said that developing antibodies will be the key for developing an immunity against the virus!!! Now they’re saying the antibodies only last 15 days in your system and then you can get again just like the first time! This sh*t is way worse than the black plague, man!

        b. Thanks, man. I’ll try with no or little Internet! The Fantrax app works on my mobile phone, so that’s a plus.

        c. JoeD and it’s not even the ASB!! I only have like 10 weeks of the season left! That is incredible to say and impossible to believe.

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

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          A. DeShields and Calhoun are mysteriously out of camp after two negative tests — which might be an aw shizz moment

          B. Be well, have fun!

          C. Haha, you’re not wrong

  2. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    LMAO. Monday morning MLB funny pages! Good stuff man! If this fantasy baseball gig doesn’t work out, comedy should be your next gig. Luke Voit’s wife doing her best (worst) cooking during the pandemic. Gotta love U-Gly!! Goin to the post office in a Hazmat suit, only in 2020! Dozier not making the Padres, even on 60 man rosters, told to him by a sex toy Mgr.!! LOL

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, thanks!

  3. Cram It says:
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    Wait, I thought Ryan Weber was going to be in the Red Sox rotation! He was before the Covid. You mean my last pick in the NFBC draft isn’t going to pan out? Nooooo. My team is screwed now.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      You lost Ryan Weber? Can’t come back from that! Sorry, condolences

  4. Phil says:
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    Greetings & Salutations Grey,

    Thanks for the consistent guidance even in light of this lunacy around us. I hope you and your family are well and safe. A few questions for you:

    1) Do you think the park effects will adversely impact Matt Olson and Matt Chapman’s production tremendously (considering that they will be playing only AL and NL West teams)? I’ve noticed some other Razzball contributors indicate that the park effects will mess with them, and I invested heavily in both players.

    2) Nick Madrigal or Jose Peraza? Worth rostering both?

    3) Would you start Cavan Biggio or Brandon Lowe at 2B? Or even Peraza or Madrigal over them both?

    4) Do you think James Karinchak will be relevant this year and have any impact to be worth starting as one of my RPs? And would you keep Jose Alvarado or James Karinchak?

    5) What’s the possibility that Puig plays this year?

    As always, thanks again!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks, Phils! You too!

      1. Nope, they can hit it out of anywhere

      2. Madrigal

      3. Biggio

      4. Not really –Alavarado

      5. Sounds like it might happen now, not sure

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      for saves only it was always alvarado over karinchak. nobody is missing on CLE’s roster (except clase with the suspension, which is great for karinchak, but still puts him exactly where people thought he might be in march, when clase was still injured) for their bullpen at the back. more teams will want puig now with NL DH and players going missing from corona (albeit almost all of those are very short term and likely will be going forward), but that doesn’t mean they’ll pony up to his contract demands, or that he’ll lower his. so unless those BAL rumors prove more useful than the COL/MIA/SF ones we really don’t know anymore than we did in march before the shutdown. i hope they do as i drafted him at pretty good discounts in 2 spots between march and may.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, I think so, but each day as it comes

  5. Troy says:
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    Down goes Yordan…no!!!! So Tucker might have a chance to play, provided Dusty doesnt go sign CarGo.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha, damn, that sucks

    • Got a feelin Yordy will be back

  6. Cliff says:
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    Thank you for keeping us up to speed with the Covids and the strategies for certain categories.

    Say you’re heading into a draft now, ultimately how much of your strategy has changed? Are you still drafting from your rankings? Taking more hitters than pitchers? etc?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d still use my rankings, I’d back off SPs who are 4s and 5s on their team and MRs

  7. Play Ball says:
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    Lindor or Story for this year?

    If Lindor is moved to 3 hole he gets more RBI opportunities.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Story, but coin flip likely

      • TC says:
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        If you could Story and Hiura for Trout in an OBP keeper, would you?
        It’s a H2H category league. Keep 11 each season

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          If I could…? Trade? Nope

          • TC says:
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            Sorry. I’d be giving Trout to get Story and Hiura

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Okay, so Trout for…Yes, works for me

      • Steverino says:
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        I was staring at the same thing in the ol’ H2H draft. Was *this* close to drafting him but then remembered how he’d hurt me before haha.

        New username – saw you used it in an old reply to me and liked it. Much more interesting than old SteveNZ. I’m more a citizen of the world anyway.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Steverino rocks!

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Wait, you moved?

            • Steverino says:
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              Nope – still here in NZ. Pretty difficult to go anywhere right now haha.

  8. Will says:
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    I was beginning to be encouraged by how quickly some of the players were coming back from a positive covid test – like Kingery in 8 days, Gallo in 6 days, etc – but paused when they put Deshields back on the IL. He had previously returned from his positive test in 8 days. This is going to be a long fantasy season if we have guys popping on and off the covid IL every other week. Assuming we actually get a baseball season. Oh and can Puig finally sign with a team so I can either drop him or not? I’m beginning to think he just does not want to play this season. Thanks.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      You have solid confirmation on Delino getting IL’d immediately again? That’s not good at all, but agree that it’s encouraging people are returning quickly…

      • Will says:
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        Here:

        July 13, 2020
        The Indians placed DeShields on the 10-day injured list Sunday due to an unspecified issue.

        DeShields’ availability for summer camp was delayed by a positive COVID-19 test, but he had since passed all protocols and was cleared to rejoin the club Saturday. The Indians’ decision to place him on the IL just one day later is thus somewhat disconcerting, even though the club hasn’t announced a reason behind the transaction.

  9. Chris says:
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    Hi Grey,

    Hope all is well with you and your family.

    Had my 1st draft for 12 team, Roto, including OBP, QS, only saves, no holds.
    I had pick #2.

    C – Vazquez (16)
    1b – Alonso (3)
    2b – K.Marte (4)
    3b – Rendon (2)
    Ss – Tim Anderson (9)
    OF – Yelich (1)
    OF – Eloy Jimenez (5)
    OF – Mercado (11)
    UTL – Christian Walker (18)

    Sp – Glasnow (6)
    Sp – Sonny Gray (7)
    Rp – Yarbrough (17)
    Rp – Houser (19)
    P – Frankie Montas (8)
    P – Eduardo Rodriguez (10)
    P – Folty (12)
    BN – Odorizzi (13)
    BN – Luke Weaver (14)
    BN – Musgrove (15)
    BN – Scott Oberg (20)
    BN – Bummer (21)

    We normally play H2h with 3 keepers, but we put it on hold due to short season and are trying roto.

    It is my 1st time playing roto and I think in offense in very good but missing some SB.

    In Sp, I tried strategy to wait on SP but the Sp turns OK if Montas and Gray pitches like last year. Glasnow is lottery. My k’s are pretty good except only Musgrove. Punted on Saves.

    Would like to have your thoughts on my team.

    thanks,
    Chris

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I think your hitting is especially solid, you look well-rounded…Pitching could be risky and a bit of a mess…Not sure if Ed-Rod is going to be ready and Folty is scary, and no real saves…You have a lot of risk on the staff…But I do like some of the guys you have

  10. RicoSuave says:
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    Great work Grey!

    In a 16 team points league…

    bench bat

    Tucker, Hays, Riley, Hilliard, or Carlson?

    Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Riley

  11. Kevin says:
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    HR derby league where have to pick any 10 guys who will hit the most HR’s, Who would you take?

    Thanks!

  12. MarvPesos

    Marv says:
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    Hey Grey,

    H2H 12-team cat. keeper (keep12) balanced stats (R,H,HR,RBI,SB,BB,AVG, OPS,XBH / W,CG,SV,K,GIDP,ERA,WHIP,QS), limit of 35 moves/year

    With the Shortened season and eyes on this year but also close to a re-build (a lot of my guys are getting up there in age) I need to finalize my keepers (with the draft next weekend).
    I typically will keep 8 batters and 4 pitchers. Our league highly values pitching, and any talent will go very fast in the first 5 rounds of the draft.

    I was going to keep E. Suarez as my 8th hitter and keep Buehler, Verlander, S. Gray and J. Paxton. Now I’m wondering if I should skip Suarez and do 5 pitchers (Buehler, Verlander, Gray, Kluber, and one of Paxton or Gallen). I like Paxton but he’s coming of surgery and Gallen could be great. I could also do 4SP and 1RP (Buehler, Verlander, Gray, Kluber and Hader/Jensen)?

    What are your thoughts?

    My team:
    C – W. Ramos
    1B – A. Rizzo *K
    2B – K. Marte *K
    3B – E. Suarez
    SS –T. Turner *K
    CI –P. Goldschmidt *K
    MI – S. Castro
    LF – J.D. Martinez *K
    CF – C. Yelich *K
    RF – C. Blackmon *K
    Util –C. Santana
    BN – G. Urshela
    BN – H. Dozier

    SP – J. Paxton
    SP – J. Verlander *K
    SP – W. Buehler *K
    RP – K. Jansen (RP)
    RP – J. Hader (RP)
    P – K. Giles (RP)
    P – C. Kluber *K
    BN – S. Gray *K
    BN – Z. Gallen *K
    BN – D. Lamet
    BN – A. Heaney
    Thanks bud
    Marv

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nah, I’d keep Eugenio

      • MarvPesos

        Marv says:
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        k, thanks,
        who would be your 4 pitchers out of:
        Buehler, Verlander, S. Gray, Kluber, Paxton, Gallen

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Not Pax or Kluber

  13. Bqw says:
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    Is there a way to get the war room working for an NL only league?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      The on-site war room? No, sorry

  14. Dau says:
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    Bench bat quandry. I have Riley, B Lowe, Arraez, Solak. Exchange any of them for Chavis?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hmm…Depends on team makeup but prolly Solak

  15. Pass the Sunny D Pham…things heard when you’re out to brunch sitting adjacent to RA the Rugged Man…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      HA! Very funny

  16. return2earth says:
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    where is Nux? could use another best ball slow draft to pass the time at work these days

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hmm, not sure

    • NUX says:
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      Sorry guys, drafting dynasty stuff recently instead. Just finished one and about to do another.

      You care to get weird? This one is more of a deep keeper than a dynasty if that makes sense. It’ll be on ESPN. But a slow draft on Couchmanagers, then we’ll move rosters over to ESPN.

      A couple of the guys from the bestball group are playing in it. 12 Team league, 40 players on each roster, so 480 players rostered after the draft. Then we keep 20 players going into next year, no salaries/no contracts. Then a redraft of wahts leftover. Only catch is that everyone playing needs to be in the GroupMe for the league, so that we can keep communication lines only. If you never used it before, its a common app i use in pretty much all my leagues at this point.

      $50 buy in for 2020 and $100 in the years after. Hoping to start tomorrow.

      @NUX_34 on the tweeter, hmu there if you want to play R2E or if you have any questions. We’re looking for 2 more the last i checked.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Ah, gotcha

    • NUX says:
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      communication lines *open* i meant

  17. Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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    hicks out for year, worried about his diabeties compromising him with corona. here’s the thing, who are these people that think corona is going to disappear by some magical time like feb/march 2021? if this is actually why he’s worried and the only reason he’s sitting out (not say the extra work that’ll go into coming back from TJ and also worrying about corona) no real reason to think that’ll be better in early 2021. this thing is just like a flu, it’s in humans folks. it kills a really small number of those that get it. it would’ve been far safer if just the at risk people hid from everybody else in like late feb, everybody else got it back then, then by now they’d have gotten over it or not (in extremely rare cases died) and could far more safely than just now go back to mixing with each other. now we got tons of at risk and not at risk people spreading it around, and most of them would’ve made it much safer for the at risk had they just gotten it when people were hiding from each other and by now wouldn’t be spreading anything since they’d have all gotten it out of their system by now.

    – the only way a “quarantine” works is if 100% of the people that have something were in fact quarantined, this wasn’t possible. closing businesses for 2 months wasn’t ever going to completely stop anything. neither were masks on an airborne disease.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Welp, that sucks

      • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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        well we got duvall, he’s got the exact same diabeties and ain’t worried about it. maybe because he’s a 31 year old in good shape, maybe even more since he’s quite close to a AAAA guy for whom it might be way riskier careerwise to pass on MLB at bats when they are opening up around him, i’m sure he ain’t crazy to think that’ll just continue to happen if he passes up those chances. whereas hicks’ useful innings aren’t going away anytime soon, assuming he actually is willing to do them at some point.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Hicks was prolly going to be irrelevant with TJS in rearview…I had never even ranked Hicks, had no faith in him this year

          • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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            yeah he’d have been an ok, stash….. if say you have 5 DL slots AND MLB started in april like normal. STL is getting pretty thin at RP (brebbia out, gallegos/reyes at least late) though even assuming gallegos gets up to speed right quick, could’ve been useful by like middle august or so, but that was the upside. could’ve been completely wild till next feb also (or some other worthless to us time after sept 27th)

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, IL stash is no real loss

    • With the greatest respect 7 percent worldwide and 4 percent in the US is not a small death rate IMHO.

      • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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        i just checked that today and both have been trending down from a high of about low 6’s for world (around 5.9 for u.s.) back in probably around middle may to now 3.9 u.s. and 4.3 world. in either case almost all of those deaths are the risk cases, those would’ve been best off hiding from everybody else IF everybody else was trying to get it through their system so they could easily by now get back to normal. that didn’t happen though. now a whole bunch of little risk cases are getting it all over the place since they thought hiding for 2.5ish months was somehow useful to everybody and are now giving it to everybody (including the high risk cases).

        look at these baseball guys, none of them have died, most aren’t even sick for more than like 2-5 days at all (if even that), everybody in their condition would’ve been better for everybody to have gotten that stuff out of their system back when the high risk cases were in hiding. and most people in the age group of these pro baseball players (18-42) in fact have similar run ins with this (either no symptoms or very short term ones that aren’t near deadly). we weren’t able to see this info on a decently large scale till now with the baseball players though (at least i wasn’t, and mostly everybody’s levels of fear would indicate they hadn’t either). and hockey/football/basketball too. these tests for these sports guys go into the thousands now too easily (i’m talking office job guys too, along with the players)

        no respect needed though, info is useful. no respect wouldn’t have been assumed from contradictions.

        people thinking this’ll magically go away by next season are batshit silly though. it’s in the people. it’s a regular going around thing just like influenza is now. everybody’s options are:
        1. never come into contact with other humans ever again (not possible in almost all cases)
        2. either got it already or will (most of these won’t have any issues of any kind, and by now it’s gotta be most people already have, unless you live in some area isolated from humans since probably feb)

        vaccines/drugs take 18ish or more years to test properly first time in humans, so i know about that “option”, good luck on that. by march 2021 they’d have had like a max of 15 months of testing for any vaccines. but that counts so (assuming they’re crazy enough to put out this by march, which they might be)

        3. hide or don’t, get a vaccine that’s been tested about 8% as much as anything else is. and most of the people that’ll take this already had corona, but didn’t know about it, since they never had any symptoms.

  18. MrBaseballl says:
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    Need to drop one – keeper dynasty league

    Vidal Bruján TB – 2B
    Andrew Vaughn CWS – 1B
    Nolan Gorman StL – 3B 

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Gorman

  19. krazyivan says:
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    Still no sign of Yordan. I have so many shares of him too. If Miguel Sano kidnapped him then fine, but can we just clear that up so we can move on?

    • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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      got DL’d today officially. along with a whole bunch of other HOU guys they took this long to DL.

    • Grey

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      Yordan must have Covid, sadly

  20. Curious George says:
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    Any chance khrush Davis finds himself 5 starts at OF to gain eligibility? He was available at pick 230, value seemed too good to pass up. So I grabbed him even though I already had Nelson Cruz at DH…

    • Grey

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      Yeah, everyone is going to need to play the field this year

  21. Shallow League Decisions says:
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    Britton or Ryan Pressly?

    • Shallow League Decisions says:
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      I’m in a S+H league

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Britton

      • Shallow League Decisions says:
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        One more – Nick Anderson or Pressly? Rays may use committee approach according to recent statements by manager.

        • Grey

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          Anderson

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