Daulton Varsho was called up by the Diamondbacks. His numbers in the minors are gorge, as in they will engorge you. 18/21/.301 in Double-A, and he’s a catcher. Oh…*climbs to top of world’s tallest stack of pancakes*…kay. Yo, Varsho, you the greatest living catcher ever? Varsho! Here’s what Prospect Itch said, “Prospects don’t get much rarer than Daulton Varsho. My estimated time for his arrival says late 2020, but that might be dependent upon Arizona deciding to stop developing him as a catcher. He struck out just 13.9 percent of the time while walking in 9.3 percent of his plate appearances. That along with his .301/.378/.520 slash line and 159 wRC+ in a decent pitching environment suggests he might be ready for the leap to MLB pitching right now. Can Grey take a leap?” Not cool, man. I haven’t been this excited for a catcher since I married my Cougar. My guess is he plays DH, since the DBacks ditched Kevin Cron, and already have Total Request Live and Rock the Vogt to catch. Playing time could be an issue, which is why I didn’t grab Varsho in every league, but I did try him in one very shallow league, knowing I can just drop him if he doesn’t work out. Yo, do you even lift, bro? Also, he’ll be in this afternoon’s Buy, which you could already be reading if you subscribe to our Patreon. Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Kris Bubic – Announced as Royals’ Friday starter. He’s yet to throw above High-A, so, ya know, totally normal season we’re having when he’s a team’s third starter. Prospect Itch had him ranked in his top 150 fantasy baseball prospects (barely), and I’ve seen him compared to real-life number fours, which is something, I guess. I like what Prospect Mike said about him last year, “Mr. Bubic would be a fantastic name for a substitute teacher. Just close enough to a funny word to incite chortles, giggles, snickers, and the like. I will call him Mr. Boobdick. He’s not much different than the other two (Royals’ prospect arms)…average stuff, 2018 draftee, mid-rotation upside…” And that’s me quoting PM! I’m only interested in AL-Only for now.

Brady Singer – 5 IP, 2 ER, 7 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 3.60. Streamonator hates his next start in Wrigley, and not to get wiggly (hehe) about my enjoyment of this Singer, but that’s a no from me, dawg.

Trevor Rosenthal – 1 IP, 0 ER and the save. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA–breathe, Grey, breathe! Holy crap, I almost lost it there for a second. When the Royals signed Matheny, was Rosenthal the player to be named later? Appears that you can move on from Ian Kennedy, which is what I say as soon as Kennedy gets a save.

Miguel Cabrera – 2-for-4, and his 2nd and 3rd homer. This game was called in the 8th inning when Miggy was taking close to an hour to round the bases. I kid, but I’m sure Manfred’s considered it.

Jonathan Schoop – 1-for-4 and his 3rd homer and 8th homer in two games and holy hot schmotato! Grab him if he’s available in your league. He won’t be in this afternoon’s Buy, but he’s here now.

John Means – 2 1/3 IP, 5 ER as he was activated from the IL. If you need a starter and pick up Means, it’s called reverting to the Means. Don’t do it.

Rio Ruiz – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 3rd homer, hitting .250. The river runs through…Ruiz! Welp, working on that still. So, I grabbed Ruiz in my RCL because he’s been hot and I randomly dropped Colin Moran and Yaz Jr. Jr., so karma was kind to me. Thanks, Karma Ragusa.

Hanser Alberto – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 1st homer, hitting .400. Hanser? I don’t even knows her! The ‘knows” is key. Looking for a guy who could hit .350 in a short season? May as well call him Hanser Arraezto.

J.A. Happ – 4 IP, 4 ER. Just Abolish Happ.

Gleyber Torres – Hit by a pitch on the elbow and left the game and…wait, where’s the update? Shoot, where did I put it? People are going to be so scared during this rambling stall when all they want to hear is Gleyber is going to be fine. Oh, there it is. He’s fine. Elbow contusion.

Luke Voit – 2-for-4, 4 RBIs and his 2nd homer. Can’t hurt to have the Yankees play games against the Orioles, then face today the Northeast Orioles of Boston.

Jose Leclerc – Hit the 45-day IL, which should be called the “We ain’t getting 45 more days lol.” Rangers beat writer, who I trust, says Jonathan Hernandez would be in line for saves, but Nick Goody did get 1st save — Goody got it! — so…I don’t know. I flip-flopped back and forth on these two, decided not to be bothered, but I guess Hernandez has worked the 8th innings. Speaking of which, MLB is saying soon there won’t be 8th innings anyway. No joke, they’re going to go to seven-inning doubleheaders to try to make up games. Totes normal season.

Anthony DeSclafani – Scheduled to start Saturday vs. the Tigers. He should be good to go about three innings in that start, then the Reds will be shut down for a week, then DeSclafani will throw the 1st game back for four innings and re-injure himself. Sorry, this crystal ball I got is good.

Shane Bieber – 8 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 13 Ks, ERA at 0.00. Not 100% sure how much top guys’ value is going to change this year vs. 2021. If Acuña hits .175, I’ll prolly write it off, and still rank him in the top 5 next year. Bieber, though, homeboy could be the number one starter going into next year, and it’s only between him and Cole, and not sure anyone else is in the convo.

James Karinchak – 1 IP, 0 ER, and his 1st save. 1st of many I imagine. Francona would have to switch out his brain custard for marbles to go back to Brad Hand.

Robbie Ray – 4 2/3 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 8.64. Such a SHEThead. I said last week that Ray was a poor man’s Blake Snell. He’s looking more like Vince Velasquez in that you can’t dare to look at his statline without covering your eyes. Call him Wince Velasquez.

Ketel Marte – 2-for-4 and his 1st homer. Insert Adam Sandler from Uncut Gems, “This is how I win.”

Corey Seager – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 2nd homer, and 2nd homer in as many games. Maybe this offseason I will get to the bottom of why Corey Seager gives me the mehs, but when I see his name it causes me to make that noise you make with your lips, when you’re dehydrated the morning after drinking. Corey Seager:  dry lip smacking.

A.J. Pollock – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 1st homer. This homer is for the dreamers, the believers, and all the those that put their socks on first.

Ross Stripling – 5 1/3 IP, 3 ER, 6 baserunners, 2 Ks, ERA at 2.92. Streamonator is a little iffy on Stripling’s next start, but hat does it know? Yesterday it only predicted a start of 5 1/3 IP, 3 ER, 5 Ks. Yo, Machinehead, it was two Ks! Cmon!

Dinelson Lamet – 5 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 1.80. My fantasy staffs are doing so well this year. Cut the first 100 games out of every season! This is heaven!

Jurickson Profar – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs and a slam (1) and legs (2). Ding, ding, ding! Our first slam and legs of the year! I think this is the latest in the year it’s ever taken to get one, and, no, I’m not being sarcastic because it’s the last day of July. I mean, the 7th game of the season. Unless I missed one on Saturday when I don’t do roundups, but I don’t think I did. This is fascinating, huh? Okay, moving on.

Brandon Belt – 0-for-2 as he was activated from the IL. Recovered from a heel injury, sounds like Superfly after Piper’s Pit.

Evan Longoria – 1-for-4, 1 RBI as he was activated from the IL. Giants’ offense is going to be supercharged like anyone in a horror movie who is in a tub with a radio playing precariously on the tub’s edge.

Mike Yastrzemski – 2-for-4, 3 runs, 1 RBI, hitting .423. Oh, yeah, he’ll be in this afternoon’s Buy, since he’s the hottest schmotato in schmotato land.

Eduardo Rodriguez – Not close to returning, and the Red Sox have no reason to push him. Sadly, if you drafted Ed-Rod, hope he gets better, and drop him.

Christian Vazquez – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 3rd and 4th homer. Could slam my head into a wall for not drafting him in every league. He was staring at me in every draft around the time I draft a catcher (200+). Maybe if he wasn’t staring I wouldn’t have been uncomfortable. Yeah, it’s his fault!

Steven Matz – 5 1/3 IP, 3 ER, 10 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 3.18. As is my wont, I watched a lot of this start, and Matz got a raw deal. He gutted out a 5+ inning start, when he could’ve bailed after four innings. Not trying to make excuses because I own him more than any other pitcher, but, aside from two ding-dongs to Vazquez, he looked decent, and the 2nd homer barely got out.

Edwin Diaz – 1/3 IP, 1 ER, ERA at 7.71, and bailed out big time by Sewald. The Mets traded their entire farm system for Edwin Diaz. Skull and clown emojis for infinity. Lugo or even Familia have to get next save chance.

Marcus Stroman – Will face live hitters on Friday. So, not Jed Lowrie.

Hyun-Jin Ryu – 4 1/3 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 8.00. Hyun-Jin Ryu just can’t pitch in NL parks that are doubling as AL parks.

Teoscar Hernandez – 3-for-4, and his 3rd and 4th homer, hitting .321. Imagine not drafting Teoscar in every league. Imagine that. After I told you to. Why are you even reading this if you ain’t paying attention? Teoscar might be in this afternoon’s Buy. Honestly, I don’t remember. He should just be owned in 100% of leagues, and he’s been in the last two Buy columns.

Cavan Biggio – 1-for-5 and his 2nd homer. After the game, he got on a Zoom call with his dad, who reprimanded him, “I told you to hit the ball with your elbow guard.”

Michael Taylor – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 2nd homer. Taylor H.A.M. By the by, you would’ve been better off drafting Michael Taylor in the 1st round instead of Juan Soto.

Ryan Yarbrough – 6 1/3 IP, 2 ER, 5 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 1.54. I have a little crush on Yarbrough. Wonder if he’d be excited to receive a letter from me. *blushes* I’m too bashful!

Mike Foltynewicz – Outrighted to alternate training camp. For those slow on the uptake, this means not one single club wanted to bother with him, even though there’s some clubs who have literally two men in their five-man rotation. That is cold-blooded.

Max Fried – 6 2/3 IP, 1 ER, 4 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 2.31. Good thing you drafted Scherzer in the 2nd round. Huge difference.

Mike Trout – Taking paternity leave. It is important for him to have a quality couple of days with his child before he sends him off to a distant planet to avoid the Covidapocalypse in his home planet.

Shohei Ohtani – 1-for-4, 3 RBIs and a slam (2) and legs (1) of the year. I hate to be the party pooper on a momentous occasion like our 2nd slam & legs of the year, but why can’t Ohtani just hit? Forget pitching this year.

Hansel Robles – 1/3 IP, 4 ER, ERA at 20.25. Brush the breadcrumbs away from the bullpen so Hansel can’t find his way back to the mound. His velocity was down two miles per hour and can we just say closers can’t throw hard without proper ramping up of the season?

Jose Marmolejos – 1-for-3, 3 RBIs and his 1st homer. Marmolejos is The Gypsy Kings favorite MLB player.

Shed Long Jr. – 2-for-4 and his 1st homer, hitting .240. Shed looking more like an addition.

J.P. Crawford – 2 hits, 2 runs, 2 RBIs, 2 steals, 2 legit, 2 quit. He’s hitting .375, and leadoff. He’s not named Jhot Pschmotato Crawford for nothing.

Zack Wheeler – All Jays and Phils weekend games were canceled. With the number of games the Phils are playing this year, they might only need Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler. File under related to Spencer Howard, but not related to Ryan Howard. Games are canceled because Rob Manfred let Sunday’s game happen between the Marlins and Phils. This is not the Marlins’ fault. Protocols that were put in place say Sunday’s game should’ve been canceled. Instead, Rob Manfred allowed a Slack chat to determine game status. Days since Rob Manfred was a national disgrace: Zero.

 
  1. kevinh1023 says:
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    Hey…. thank you! Teoscar reminds me of a Tracy Chapman song for some reason. Your insight and content is always *chefs kiss*.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, appreciate you!

  2. Harley Earl says:
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    Damn Grey!

    You were soooooooo right on Teoscar. Thanksfully, I did listen and bought one share. He’s already unseated George Springer for playing time on my team! Of course, George has a sore knee too. But damn! Sometimes you are just really good at this dart throw-sleeper shit!

    Well done!

  3. Dr Easy says:
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    A belated thank you to you and the commenters for encouraging me to start Pearson a couple of days ago! And your blurb on Marmolejos legit had me laughing out loud!

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Nice work!

  4. Vesper says:
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    Commented once. This is the second time, both standing agreements that Rob Manfred is a disgrace.

  5. Fister Furbush says:
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    Teoscar or Yastrzemski ROS in a redraft points league

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      Teoscar

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Agree with MP

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with others

  6. galica says:
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    Grey!!!

    Awesome report! Have I said that this year? Someone help me.

    a. Marmolejos is what came out of a Marmolized bullpen meltdown! ‘Member Marmol, Cubs closer par excellence?

    b. Speaking of par excellence, have added the following skill to my resume.

    ‘Expert 1980s/1990s telephone cord discombobulator.’

    c. Yesterday 1 minute before game time, I check SON, see Ryu’s start was upgraded to 7.8$, thought hey that’s better, get him in, but I was denied and went to sleep saddened. Then I woke up and was not saddened. Like I was saying before, he is one start from oblivion on bench.

    d. Robbie Ray may have slimmed down the body but his hair has done the reverse and he can barely clamp the baseball cap over the abundance of hair. I think the idea of his cap falling off his head while pitching is having a negative impact on his pitching. Could he just shave his head to see if I’m right or wrong?

    e. Have a nice weekend! Phew, almost forgot!

    f. MLB quote of the day for July 31, 2020

    ‘He calls me the pop fly home run champ. Say, I can hit a ball farther with one hand than that little runt can with two. Bring on those Giants. I’ll eat them up!’
    [Klein said in referring to Ott.]

    Charles Herbert ‘Chuck’ Klein, aka ‘The Hoosier Hammer’. Leading the NL in HRs four times, he won the NL MVP in 1932 and won the Triple Crown in 1933. His early years (until he was 30) were way better than his later years (after 30).

    His 162-game average was…

    663 PA, 599 BA, 108 R, 192 H, 37 2B, 7 3B, 28 HR, 111 RBI, 56 BB, 48 K, .320/.379/.543 slash line, 137 OPS+, 325 TB

    His best year was his 1930 season.

    722 PA, 648 BA, 158 R, 250 H, 59 2B, 8 3B, 40 HR, 170 RBI, 54 BB, 50 K, .386/.436/.687 slash line, 159 OPS+, 445 TB

    He died from alcohol-related problems, just like Hack Wilson from yesterday. Wilson was inducted into the hall in 1979, Klein in 1980, who is inducted in 1981? Who will appear in the quote for Monday? Tune in Monday!!

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      A. Of course, one of the worst!

      B. HAHA, how well does it pay?

      C. Yikes

      D. He could, I suppose, but his problemsmight be more serious

      E. You too!

      F. Oh wow had no idea they died due to booze

      • Jaco says:
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        Yo yo yo Mr. Grey TGIF am I rite haha just say yes

        Well my annual #onethatgotaway occurred in a Yahoo server last night as I was outbid for TeoscGod the 60GGOAT (60 game goat)

        I think my rebound may be the poor mans TeoscGod, Shed Long Jr?? Who is a rich mans Barn Short Sr??? Does this make any sense??? Did I have too much coffee?????

        Also, I know ur a Schoop guy but from Greysing thru comments I saw u recommend Hanser over Schoop for a points league. Does this stand true for a 5×5 roto? Someone has to play 2nd for Kingery while the Phillies recover from MANFRED-19

        Thanks!!!!!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          HAHA

          That’s points, points favors AVG (usually, I didn’t get specifics in that league) — in roto I want Schoop

          • Jaco says:
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            A. Sorry for commenting on someone else post on accident…such a GD rookie maneuver!!!

            B. Thanks for the clarification! Never done points, discovered the roto auction and never looked back!

            B. Somewhere in that incoherent rambling I forgot to ask—if I need SBs do you take shed over Schoop til Kingery returns? And—would you drop schoop/shed for Madrigal when he gets the Madricall? Kingery my only 2 bagger currently

            C. Lastly, can we get some prayers going for those starting Gallen tonight? The Zacrificial lamb, if u will?

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              B #2 go Madrigal

              C. Yeah, indeed

              • Jaco says:
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                Hey Grey—since the Madricall has happened and I already lost a faab bid for teoscar—how much faab bid for Madrigal in 100 dollar league? I have 85 left

                Thank you very much

      • galica says:
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        Grey!!!!

        a. So just to clarify…It was 4:04 PM EST yesterday when I saw Ryu at 7.8$ (game time 4:05 EST) so I thought I could get him in….But I FAILED, THANKFULLY! Thank you for sneezing your positive karma from yesterday’s blurbs on me!

        b. Thinking about moving on from La Stella, just like me to sign up the wrong middle infielder (Fletcher refers). Hopefully La Stella will start launching a few and then I won’t have this problem.

        c. Yeah, the sauce was a huge problem for many from like 1910 to date. Even Michael Jordan in the video, you can see his blood shot eyes, you can see the hurt he feels, especially when referring to the fact that when he was younger (when he joined the Bulls) he didn’t drink. I used to drink weekends until I blacked out once when I was 25. I had friends who helped me but I vowed never to do that again – drink to excess. It’s worked so far.

        d. I only have 1 starter going today, it’s Garrett Richards, he’s in Colorado and I’ll be watching him on my bench.

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          A. Ah, nice! Here’s another one for Karma Ragusa!

          B. Yeah, it’s time if better options

          C. I hear ya

          D. Yup

          • galica says:
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            Grey!!

            a. Signed up Tim Lopes and dropped Anthony Bass, can’t wait for Toronto to play a game next week. Waguespack and Dolis are the better arms in that bullpen. I should have dropped Mallex Smith for Lopes.

            b. Dropped Hanser Alberto (renamed him Handsome Hanser Alberto) to pick up Zac Plesac. I will give him one more start on my bench and then he moves into the starting rotation permanently.

            c. Also added Ohtani over Oliver Drake. I can’t believe Shohei was available. He’ll start pounding the ball. I’ll never start him and Bob is your uncle!

            Cheers,
            Ante

            • Grey

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              A. Haha

              B. Better than Handsier

              C. Wow, yeah he should be owned

  7. Shitbird says:
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    Marmalejos joke = chef’s kiss. Thanks for the laughs Grey.

  8. Dave D says:
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    I watched Varsho’s first MLB at-bat. Dude had the discipline to take two strikes looking and managed to work a full count and the walked. Dude took six pitches in his first at-bat, didn’t even swing even though he looked ready to do. Talk about plate discipline! I wonder when that has ever happened before. I cant imagine they keep rolling out Jake Lamb at DH with his .067 avg and 8k’s in 15 AB’s.

    Whats with all theses closers coming out in non-save situations. Its downright maddening. I had both Robles and Kennedy do it on the same team last night. Both gave up HRs and Robles was terrible. Ugh!

    • Player X says:
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      Closers will be even more of a mess after Aug 1st 7 game doubleheaders

      • Dave D says:
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        Indeed. Pretty tough in weekly lineups, weekly FAABs.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Right, DHs too, yuck

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Love it!

      Saves are such a cluster this year, and I don’t see them getting better in only 60 games

  9. DLev45 says:
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    12 team 5×5 Roto

    C – Vazquez
    1B – Olson
    2B – Biggio
    3B – Chapman
    SS – Baez
    OF – Just Dong
    OF – Conforto
    OF – Laureano
    UT – Ohtani
    UT – Mallex
    BN – Calhoun
    BN – Happ
    IL – Dozier
    NA – Madrigal

    SP – Cole
    SP – Buehler
    SP – Clevinger
    SP – Ray
    SP – May
    SP – Pearson
    SP – Urias
    SP – Stripling
    RP – Jansen
    RP – Kintzler
    RP – W. Davis
    RP – T. Watson

    What would you do to make room to Teoscar? Also some early jettisons on the WW in Kyle Tucker, Danny Santana.

    What kind of pitching moves would you be looking at?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d lose Mallex for Teoscar.

      Would be looking to move on from Tony Watson on the pitching side.

  10. Nittanychris says:
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    What is the percentage chance that Karinchak is the full-time closer in Cleveland in 2021? Thanks!

    • Mr. Sweat Necklace says:
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      I think it’s 80% he’s the closer in Cleveland right now.

      • Nittanychris says:
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        Well, Hand had pitched 2 days in a row and badly, so last night may have been a scheduled day off for him. It would be great if Karinchak steals the job this year!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’ll say 80% for 2021. Decent chance he takes over this year…

  11. J.d.martinez and Moncada for Nolan Arenado and Teoscar.Ks are an offensive category (roto) Thanks again. Is it close?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      JD side for me, it’s close

  12. Tony C says:
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    Please rank Teoscar, Franmil, JD Davis and JP Crawford in a massive 10 hitting categories for the rest of the season.

    Drop Robles for Burdi or Rosenthal in a saves and holds league?

    PLease rank Byrnes, Howard, Richards and Kelly for ROS

    THank you maestro of fantasy baseball and have a great weekend!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Franmil, Teoscar, JD
      Robles
      Kelly, Burnes, Howard

      • Tony C says:
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        Is it close between JD Davis and JP Howard? I really need stolen bases. My current best base stealer is Tommy Edman.

        • LenFuego says:
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          I think you mean Crawford rather than Howard, and no, it’s not close. Crawford is hot garbage compared to Davis.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Franmil, Teoscar/JD — very close

      Robles for BUrdi

      I don’t even know who some of these ROS are — Kelly? Joe Kelly?

      • Tony C says:
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        Merrill

    • Grey

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      Kelly, Richards but not in Coors, Burnes

  13. Dancin Homer says:
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    Morning & happy Friday!!!

    Great write up as always, and way to open the door to catcher questions too (been going sans catcher in 1 league, but might scoop up Varsho).

    RP’s…. hooray for closers. I got Doolittle in 1 12-team league and Robles in another.

    Should either/ both be dropped?

    Doolittle’s velocity is down and to my knowledge, hasn’t even pitched later than the 7th inning! –

    Robles finally got into a game and promptly pooped the bed. D. Hudson available in this league (of course not in the one where I own Doodoolittle)

    As always, thanks in advance!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Fine with swapping for Hudson

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks!

      Hudson over Doolittle

      • Dancin Homer says:
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        thanks @donkey teeth & Grey,

        unfortunately, the league where I have Doodoolittle, Hudson isn’t available. best options for potential saves in that league would be the below (or I could simply drop him and use that spot to stream)

        – Rosenthal (blah)
        – Goody/ Jonathan Hernandez (meh)

        in the league where Hudson is available, I just used my last weekly move to add Madrigal since I just heard he’s getting called up.

        Again, appreciate the help (as always)!

        • Grey

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          Yuck…I guess Hernandez

          • Dancin Homer says:
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            yeah, my thoughts exactly… might just hold Doolittle in hopes he can turn it around.

            I did just get an alert that the Mets are considering removing Diaz from the closer role… speculative add on Familia or Lugo better option than Doolittle/ Hernandez?

  14. daniel cabrera fan 40 says:
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    Ooof, I’m out of adds for this week, guess I’m going to have to wait and see if Shed Long Jr lasts until Monday so I can swap him out for Tyler O’Neill.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nice username!

  15. Denver90 says:
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    Is Bret Anderson a good start coming off IL today?

    • Mr. Sweat Necklace says:
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      Do you like 3+ innings and 3 earned runs with 2 strikeouts?

      • Denver90 says:
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        Don’t need to decide now…game postponed

      • Denver90 says:
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        3 IP, 2ER, 2K
        Great call.
        Glad I moved on!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Nah, wouldn’t have been

  16. RicoSuave says:
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    Great work Grey!

    Points league… H Alberto or Schoop?

    Thanks