Cheers, Bar patrons! Ready for yet another look at the coming week’s two-start pitchers? Who should you stream? Who should you avoid? Let’s find the bottom of this proverbial bottle together! The Top Shelf Pitcher First Start Second Start Gerrit Cole, NYY BAL(MO) @TB(SU) Corbin Burnes, MIL @SD(TU) @STL(SU) Shane McClanahan, TB MIA(TU) NYY(SU) […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome, Bar patrons, to another weekend edition of the Two-Start Dive Bar! Getting ready for the upcoming week? I know I am. Let’s take a look together at this week’s double dippers! The Top Shelf Pitcher First Start Second Start Shane McClanahan, TB DET(MO) @BAL(SU) Luis Severino, NYY @BAL(MO) CHW(SA) Jameson Taillon, NYY @BAL(TU) CHW(SU) […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Greetings and salutations, Bar Patrons! Welcome back to your favorite alcohol-consumption-themed fantasy baseball column! And an especially thankful greetings to all the moms out there, those who stream two-start pitchers, and those who don’t! And if your mom, wife, grandma, mother-in-law, etc., doesn’t play fantasy baseball? Maybe get them to try! Could be fun! OK, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome back, bar patrons! Hey, I’ve got some… bad news. This week looks rough for double-dippers. I mean, among the Top Shelf, there isn’t anyone that particularly stands out. They’re all good, of course, but there’s not necessarily a sure thing in the bunch. Looks like we’re all drinking the cheap stuff this week. On […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We’re back! Another week in the books, another to look forward to. Remember, kids: it’s still April, and while yes, you need to react to what’s happening in the baseball world, it’s not yet time to start cutting players you spent real draft capital on. That comes later. I know this isn’t a FAAB/Waivers/Strat column, […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello there, RazzSlammers! The season has begun to progress in earnest, and it’s time we all take stock of our teams and what help we might need. To the rescue: the Waiver Wire! Unlike “standard” NFBC leagues, we don’t have weekly FAAB runs in the RazzSlam… after all, you drafted 42 players! But, unlike most […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome back to the bar, good patrons! What will it be today? Can I make you a vodka gimlet? Perhaps a Cuba Libre? Let’s take a look together at the Top Shelf of this week’s two-start pitchers (and the cheaper stuff, too). The Top Shelf Pitcher First Start Second Start Robbie Ray, SEA TEX KC […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Howdy, folks! My name is Steve, and I’ll be taking on the daunting task of leading you through the foggy haze of each week’s two-start pitcher question: namely, “Do I play the bum or not?”Please, blog, may I have some more?
What’s happening, Razzballers?! Razzballians?! Razz…balloons?!
You GUYS (and GALS)… We are a mere 20 days away from the RazzSlam drafts! That’s less than three weeks! Have you signed up yet?
WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Greetings and hello, fellow RazzSlam enthusiasts! It is I, your faithful RazzSlam Intern, Steve, back again to remind you that RazzSlam 3: Deuces Wild! is right around the corner!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Aloha, salutations, greetings and WAAAZZZZAAAAAAA?!?!? (remember that?!) to everyone out there in fantasy baseball land! My name is Steve, and I’m taking the reins when it comes to talking about the RazzSlam at you from our esteemed editors, Blair and Donkey Teeth. Why, you might ask? Because they’ve got far more important things to do with their time. I’m like an intern. I’m like Season 2 Greg the Egg: just keeping the lattes flowing.
So why am I here, and why are you reading this? Well… I can’t really answer the second question, which might require some introspection on your part, but as to the first, I’m here to tell you all about RazzSlam 3: Deuces Wild!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Every journey ends.
Every journey, dear reader, that begins with but a single step, ends with a final one. The final step for your intrepid correspondent was taken with a tripping, stumbling, decidedly un-Baryshnikovian gracelessness, as I bowed out of our towering competition in the bottom 15% or so, at the initial cutline.
For me, then, it is on to next year, with sights set high.
For the rest of you? Well, if you find yourself fortunate enough to be among those mentioned herein, perhaps glory still awaits. The cutline has come and gone, and we are in to the final rounds of the RazzSlam. Let us, together, gaze upon the leaderboard and see what separates those generals still marshaling their forces upon the field of battle and, well, me. Shall we?Please, blog, may I have some more?