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Grey starts the podcast by recounting the harrowing story of his grandparents escaping a concentration camp in Nazi Germany during World War II. It truly makes stressing about things like messed up podcast recordings seem silly. The recording was perfect for this one, though, allowing us discuss Yoan Moncada’s hot streak, Ozzie Albies’ sleeper status, and if Jonathan Schoop will still be underrated next year. Then, we bring on Ralph Lifshitz to argue about the chances an MLB team will actually let Shohei Otani hit, along with talking about Noah Syndergaard, Matt Olson, Kyle Schwarber, and Zack Godley. Finally, please make sure to support our sponsor by heading over to RotoWear.com and entering promo code “SAGNOF” for 15% off the highest quality t-shirts in the fantasy sports game. It’s the latest edition of the Razzball Fantasy Baseball Podcast:

   
  1. David says:
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    Good stuff Halp! Please rank for dynasty going forward with QS an additional category: Taillon, Faria, Duffy and Glasnow. Thanks

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @David: Thanks. I would still take Taillon first. Then probably Duffy, Faria, Glasnow.

  2. Ralph Lifshitz

    Ralph Lifshitz says:
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    The Jack Cust stat should have been 30% K%, 15% Bb%, and 25 HR I was off on it a little.

  3. David says:
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    Please rank these hitters (all things being equal) for dynasty going forward with OBP replacing AVG and with additional categories of SLG and XBH: Castellanos, W. Calhoun and McMahon. Thanks.

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @David: I would rank them as you listed them. Castellanos is established and still young. Then Willie and McMahon are close, but I give the edge to Willie’s elite contact numbers.

  4. Raider says:
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    Ozzie albies or whit Merrifield next year? sounds like they would be close

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @Raider: Yea, very tight there. I think I would have Merrifield by a hair for just next season.

  5. Count De Monetballl says:
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    Finally listening now! (Grey doesn’t sound like he is in a cave!)

    Just curious Halp, is there a story with the picture you picked?

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @Count De Monetballl: ha, nice. Not really. Just love Bill Murray and grew up a huge fan of the Ghostbusters. Have all the action figures ha. When I was browsing pictures I could use, and came across Murray talking into a walkie talkie, it seemed perfect considering I was going to be doing podcast writeups.

      • Count De Monetballl says:
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        Ha! Love B.M. and GB; my son “makes” me do the Nintendo Wii Just Dance of the Ghostbusters Song all the time. I can’t ever hear that song without doing the just dance choreography…

        • Halp

          Halp says:
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          @Count De Monetballl: hahaha … awesome. Nice to see Ghostbusters still representing in the next generation of toys

  6. Count De Monetballl says:
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    Speaking of Ghostbusters, I almost Cross Streamed today; who do you like better as a stream, Mike Montgomery (Cubs) or Archer @ Home (Rays)? Need to start one, could start both, but don’t like to do it (need W’s and ratio’s, K’s and innings are inconsequential at this point)

    I hated to see Jen-Ho boot Monty from the starting gig, but fortunately after his first shitty start, the Cubbies are Tsenging a different song. Monty had two rough starts (vs. Atl and MIL), but has otherwise been a strong starter;

    Archer has been injured and pitching like stir fried shit; he did look a little better last time.

    Thoughts?

    • Halp

      Halp says:
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      @Count De Monetballl: Montgomery is probably going to be at like a pitch limit of 90 pitches max, so he might not even be allowed to go long enough for the win. Tampa is also at home and favored to win the game, so I would go with Archer.

      • Halp

        Halp says:
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        @Halp: I should say I don’t like either start though

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