How about that Gleyber Torres schmohawk post now?  Grey’s a genius!  Who happens to need an online dictionary to spell ‘genius.’  Why is that bad?  Are you some kinda of elitist who memorizes werd spelings?  Look at me, I’m a werd nord!  Dur!  I hate you!  And Gleyber Torres.  Why is everything going opposite world on me so far?  I do fantasy baseball to relieve stress so why did I throw my computer out the window and am typing from a nearby bush?  Yo, I’m so bush league!  Get it?  No?  Me either, tee bee aitch.  So, Gleyber Torres (4-for-4, 4 RBIs and his 1st two homers of the year) did the mollywhop dance on the O’s’ (not confusing apostrophes) pitching.  Of course, Gleyber did!  I’d stream any hitter against the Orioles, except maybe Chris Davis in a split squad game.  Yo, Chris Davis, you wearing Opti-Grab glasses?  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Aaron Hicks – Cleared to resume baseball activities.  Great, he’s updating his LinkedIn account, when does he start playing baseball again?!

Luke Voit – 1-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 2nd homer.  If you were thinking about dropping Voit because he had gone five games without doing anything since his last big game, you’re overreacting and you’re doing more harm than good to your teams.

Gary Sanchez – 1-for-4 and his 3rd homer.  Gary looking to bounce back this year like Gary, Indiana’s Chamber of Commerce after the Michael Jackson allegations.  “Here’s a brochure for your visit to the birthplace of Tito Jackson.”

James Paxton – 5 1/3 IP, 4 ER, 10 baserunners, 9 Ks, ERA at 4.09.  Well, that could’ve went better, but he got the win, which more than I can say about most of my starters (except the ones that got wins).

Alex Cobb – 5 2/3 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 4 Ks as he was activated from the IL.  If you own Orioles starters outside of AL-Only leagues, you’re a masochist and you might need help.  The good news is if you find therapy groups painful to attend, you’re gonna love getting help!

Jonathan Villar – 2-for-5 and his 2nd homer.  JV says the only JV thing here is you not owning JV.  High-five the crap out of me!  Right now!  No?  Okay.

Mychal Givens – 1 1/3 IP, 2 ER in the 8th inning of a losing game.  About to throw in the towel on the O’s bullpen.  I can only take so much abuse.  *my dog barks, I jump*  Eek!  I used to be able to do that game where you place your hands on top of someone else’s hands and smack them for flinching, and now I’m a nervous wreck!

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – Will begin rehabbing in High-A.  Ugh, please don’t tell me the BJs (they suck) are now going to make him work his way up the entire minor league system again.

Socrates Brito – 0-for-4 as he was called up with Alford being optioned down, and Brito hit 2nd.  Brito will be in this afternoon’s Buy column.  Wow, what a major draw!

Trevor Bauer – 7 IP, 0 hits, 6 walks, 8 Ks, ERA at 0.64.  Left the game with a no-hitter A) Because he was at 117 pitches. B) The universe can’t handle his douchebaggery after a no-hitter.  C) There’s no C.  D) The Jays are so bad.  E) Like really bad.  F) I mean, doode, check out D & E.  G)rey.

Jose Ramirez – 0-for-3, 1 RBI, hitting .136.  Not doing a victory lap “I told you so” yet, but, just as I predicted, all of his fly balls have got him in a world of trouble.

Aaron Sanchez – 6 IP, 2 ER, 7 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 1.64.  Another solid start from Sanchez and a good day for Sanchezes (Sanchii?).  However (don’t do it, Grey, don’t undercut it), he’s faced two shizzbird teams and I don’t mean the Orioles.  His peripherals don’t support a return to prominence, and Streamonator hates his next start, and I agree.

Spencer Turnbull – 6 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 10 Ks, ERA at 4.09.  What are they feeding these Tigers’ starters?  Ah, I know, Royales with Ks.  Okay, joke doesn’t hold up because the Boyd game came against the Yanks, so sue me for all 1,800 pennies I make a day on this site.  Turnbull looks like he could get into serious trouble if a team just waits for its pitch vs. swinging.  He has a solid mix of pitches rolled up into a ball with a bunch of other garbage pitches.  His curve looks terri-bull, but his fastball has some life.  I’m admittedly not fully in on him, but in deeper leagues, you can let up on the throttle, and do worse.

Jakob Junis – 6 IP, 3 ER, 9 baserunners, 8 Ks, ERA at 4.63.  WWJD?  Not trust Junis.  I agree.

Alex Gordon – 2-for-2, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 2nd homer.  Would’ve made a nice batty call, but, if you fall in love with him, you’re going to be paying child support in the way of 1-for-4 with zero counting stats for weeks.

Brad Boxberger – 1 IP, 0 ER in a non-save situation.  I have no inside info on the Royals’ bullpen shituation.  My guess is still Boxberger emerges with the job, but it could be Ian Kennedy or Wily Peralta.

Steve Pearce – 1-for-4 as he was activated from the IL.  Excuse me, World Series MVP Steve Pearce as everyone is now required to call him.

J.D. Martinez – 2-for-5 and his 3rd homer.  What a person says right before Martinez pops his head up, “If only someone would Just Dong…”

Eduardo Rodriguez – 3 2/3 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 12.38.  You know once you drop him he’s going to turn around his season.  On that note, maybe you should drop him to help the rest of us.  So, there’s been some concern in the Red Sox camp that Ed-Rod doesn’t have a good game plan and pitch mix to which I shout, “Why don’t you help him get a good game plan and pitch mix?!”  This is a rough stretch, but I would try to hold him at least one more start, though it would be on my bench until I saw a good start (or game plan).

Brett Anderson – 5 1/3 IP, 3 ER, 12 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 2.38.  Streamonator doesn’t like his next start, and without its consent, I’d have a hard time starting him.

Stephen Piscotty – 4-for-4, 5 RBIs and his 2nd homer, and a triple short of the cycle.  That’s called an Antiberto cycle.

Ramon Laureano – 1-for-3, 1 run and his 1st steal.  Give me all your Laureanos!

Yu Darvish – 4 IP, 3 ER, ERA at 8.10.  Darvish’s last start looked more like a losing game of horseshoes than baseball, and now starting him looks like a game of hand grenades.

Anthony Rizzo – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 2nd homer.  HR to the Rizzo!

Javier Baez – 1-for-4 and his 3rd homer.  He winced and appeared to hurt his leg earlier in the game, but a Cubs beat writer said Baez did that a lot last year and it’s not a worry.  So, if this baseball thing doesn’t work out, he can become a professional wrestler, Wince McMahon.

Max Fried – 6 IP, 0 ER, 1 hit, 0 walks, 5 Ks in his 1st start.  Sonavabench!  I guess it’s good I have him, but why’s he on my bench I’m so stupid and run-on sentences and whatnot.  He painted the corners with 97 MPH heat, then dropped knee bucklers like out of a twerking video.  Had a perfect game going through 5 2/3 IP, which is not only remarkable because it was against the Cubs, but he had a 5+ BB/9 last year in the majors (33 2/3 IP) and a 4+ BB/9 in Triple-A (66 1/3 IP).  Walks have been his downfall.  If he is locating though, he can be a top 40 starter.  Not sure why he’d suddenly have pinpoint control and Gausman/Follysandwitz are returning soon, so I’m hesitant to push everyone towards him, but obviously the upside is real and worth a gamble in deeper leagues.

A.J. Minter – 2/3 IP, 0 ER as he was activated from the IL.  A lot of people are saying he’ll get save chances in tandem with Vizcaino.  I’m not sure.  I’m not saying Minter isn’t good, or not worth owning because he is good, but save chances?  Possibly.  Vizcaino closed last year and this year.  However, Vizcaino has had shoulder issues and didn’t pitch in a spring training game after March 20th.  So, Minter is a solid handcuff.  However, Part II:  The However’s Return, Minter was just out with shoulder tightness.  This could be a mess of a shituation, but, like I said originally, I would own Minter (and Vizcaino).  Too bad there’s no top five closer free agents available, amiright, Kimbrel?

Nick Markakis – 5-for-5, 3 runs, 5 RBIs with three doubles.  Sparkakis!

Matt Harvey – 4 IP, 8 ER, ERA at 9.00.  In the 1st inning, he struck out the side!  And gave up two homers.  And five runs.  The Dark Knight returns!

Mike Trout – 2-for-3 and his 1st homer.  Hey, who’s this guy?  He seems okay.

Kole Calhoun – 1-for-4 and his 2nd homer as he bats leadoff.  Is The Sciosciapath wearing a giant Brad Ausmus puppet?

Shohei Ohtani – Thinks he can return in April, saying, “I know (my team is) trying to be very careful with me.  Heaney, Skaggs and the rest of them is who they don’t care about.”

Ronald Guzman – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 2nd homer.  In one league, I have Christian Walker and Ronald Guzman on my bench (5 HRs) and Eduardo Escobar in my lineup (does he have a hit yet?).  *removes pen cap, writes “Shame” on forehead, returns pen cap*

Noah Syndergaard – 6 IP, 2 ER, 3 baserunners (1 hit), 6 Ks, ERA at 4.50.  What a bum!  (Kidding, he looked decent. Though, guys like Gomes and Eaton were swinging at some pitches off the plate that made his job easier.)

Victor Robles – 1-for-3 and his 2nd homer, hitting .300, as he continues to bat 9th.  Mean’s while, Brian Dozier (0-for-4, hitting .091) is in the two-hole.  I realize crap usually is in the two hole, but that’s just literal poopycock.  Wilmer Difo, star of silver screen with hits like Platoon and Spider-Man (2002), is better in the two hole than that dreck Dozier.  Davey Martinez out here managing like he’s Davey Johnson.  What’s with the Nats and Daveys, by the way?  The Nationals are in Washington so they are America’s team and Davey Boy Smith waved a British Union Jack, explain yourself, Nationals!

Stephen Strasburg – 6 2/3 IP, 0 ER, 4 baserunners, 9 Ks, ERA at 2.84.  Surprised to see he threw 108 pitches, because I watched the game and they were pretty, effortless carefree pitches.  He could’ve been whistling while peeing into the Hudson River.  “Hey, look a dead body!”  That’s a carefree, smiling Strasburg urinating into the Hudson.

Corey Dickerson – Hit the IL with a shoulder strain.  He has no timetable.  So, I guess he just lays his alarm clock on the floor.  Weird.

J.B. Shuck – 1-for-3 as he plays in place of Dickerson.  Shuck on that Dickerson!  Which is what I exclaim in public when I’m trying to elicit strange looks.

Adam Frazier – 1-for-4 and his 2nd steal, and 2nd in as many games.  He won’t be in this afternoon’s Buy column, but if you lost Trea Turner…Well, you can’t replace him, but Frazier could provide some runs, bit of average and a little speed.

Jordan Lyles – 5 IP, 0 ER, 6 baserunners, 2 Ks vs. Tyler Mahle – 6 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 5 Ks.  This matchup was billed as T. Mahle vs. Jordan, which was also the title of the CIA operation to poison a dictator with Chipotle.

 
  1. Al KOHOLIC says:
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    The Chris Davis joke. I’m not easily amused but actually laughed out loud at that one.

    • bigbear says:
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      Chris Davis got booed by O’s fans in the home opener. After the game he said he wasn’t expecting the boos. So he’s got that going for him…

      • Kelly Denzik says:
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        he isnt very old either, i mean how do you get that bad

        • Duh says:
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          Not juicing

        • snarky anklebiter says:
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          He should be the new spokesman for Adderall. “this is what happens when you don’t take your Adderall.”

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks, Al!

      • Malicious Phenoms says:
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        Looks like Al is Kelly now..

  2. Bas Larsen says:
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    Time to start calling Harvey the Brown Night.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha

  3. tigersharkz says:
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    …the Odiferous Rougned…

    Is there a Razzball term for when a team scores 11 runs, but a player on said team gives you absolutely nada, not even a walk, to show for it LOL???

    Thank god Villar is my 2b, because once you’ve sniffed the Odor, you never go back, jack.

    • ThE sHiT says:
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      I believe its called Ticker Tease, one of the older terms in the glossary but definitely timeless

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yes, ticker tease

  4. toolshed says:
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    Ramirez hit .086 (3 for 35) last year during his first 10 games. I am willing to give him a break since he probably should have gone on the dl but was forced into action since lindor is out. Btw, he fouled a ball off his foot today and left the game in the 8th inning.

    The whole Indian offense last year was a disaster early. Lindor hit .175, Encarnacion .171 in the first 10 games. All I’m saying is its early and I dont think we can call ramirez a bust yet.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      That’s fair, I hope he starts hitting things other than fly balls to OFs

  5. Harley Earl says:
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    So Niko Goodrum goes 2-for-3 with two doubles and 3 RBIs and you ignore him but you’re a mouthpiece for all these others?

    Niko will not be sending you a Christmas card this December.

    Signed,

    Niko’s Grandmama.

    • trevorcorey says:
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      I was looking for a blurb on him as well.

      Trying to decide who is more valuable as a single bench bat:
      1. Tatis Jr. for his upside
      2. Goodrum for his last name and positional eligibility

      • bigbear says:
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        At this point in the season, bench bats are for one thing – upside. Go with Tatis. But I’m a teetotaler Tatis man myself.

      • Harley Earl says:
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        Definitely go with Tatis. But Goodrum is great to have with the flexibility he has. He covers someone in my lineup almost daily.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha

  6. Terrence Mann says:
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    Some Royals bullpen fun facts:

    Wily Peralta had no blown saves in 2018. None

    He also had 6 BB/9.

    Royals bullpen has 17 BB in 19 IP this year.

    There was a 15 month stretch in 2014-15 where the Royals didn’t lose a game after leading in the 7th inning. 15 months! They’ve lost two such games this week.

    There is one member of the bullpen who hasn’t given up a run yet in 20t19.

    That pitcher is Chris Ellis, who was DFA’d this week.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, nice!

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        I mean, not nice, but oy

  7. Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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    So glad baseball is happening again….Trying to iron out the wrinkles in my rotation. What 5-7 SP from this list would you trust most/go with moving forward (15 team mixed league, 5×5).

    No brainers:
    Sp1–Stras
    Sp2–Ryu
    Sp 3–Glasnow

    Sketchier but currently on my roster (from most to least sketchy(?)): EdRod, Aaron Sanchez, Matthew Boyd, Kyle Gibson, Luke Weaver.

    On the Wire: DeScla, Loaisiga, Shark

    • Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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      least to most sketchy, I meant, but whatever, they’re all pretty sketchy

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d swap weaver out for lasagna, but holding is fine too

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  8. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!

    Love the recap, it’s like bandage over the wound that is my team.

    a. Modern day Abbott and Costello quote of the day for April 5 (could be first and last ever of this type)

    [Set in Angels stadium, April 4, 2019]

    Fan #1: Hey, man. The Angels are losing again, just like last year.
    Fan #2: [Not following the game, with earplugs in, swiping left and right on the Internet]. No way!
    Fan#1: Yeah, he’s pitching again when they lose. How’d you know?
    Fan #2: No what?
    Fan #1: That Noe (Ramirez) was pitching?
    Fan #2: He’s pitching? No way!
    Fan #1: Forget it.

    Camera fades to Goodwin, Poohholes and Lucroy discussing how they’re going to make a comeback in the next inning. And cut!] As bad as LAA is right now, I would take the entire LAA roster over my crap bed of a team. How’s that describe it? To wit…

    1. Goodrum God love him is my best player
    2. I batty called Gordon and dropped him before the game was over to re-instate Minter off the DL.

    b. Funny thing happened. I was following the game on CBS gametracker and looked up at Boxberger’s ERA just when it changed to 13.50. [I was surprised he was in protecting a 1-run deficit for the Royals, but I digress.]. I didn’t see the previous ERA, just that it changed to 13,50. I was looking for a HR or grand slam for the hitting team, then I realized his ERA went down from 27.00 to 13.50 instead of going up!!! Man, he is worse than the smell of cat poop and pee in your fine Persian rug.

    c. Another thing that happened yesterday in Angels stadium, apart from a. above (scroll up or don’t). Seriously, Steve Harvey came early to the stadium, whitefaced his entire body, put on Matt Harvey’s uniform (almost the same body type) and then delivered the turd truffle that happened yesterday. Amiright? Grey? You still there? Ah, man. Roofied again.

    d. Abbott and Costello quote of the day for April 5

    ABBOTT AND COSTELLO’S ROUTINE 7X13=28

    Landlord: Just a minute, these men can’t sail. I happen to be their landlord, they owe me seven weeks room rent, and unless I get my money they cant go on that boat.
    Abbott: What did you do with the room rent I gave you? (to Costello)
    Costello: I gave him the money.
    Abbott: Well he said he gave you the money. (to Landlord)
    Landlord: He only gave me twenty-eight dollars.
    Costello: Well that was right.
    Abbott: I gave you more than twenty-eight dollars.
    Costello: No, it was thirteen dollars a week.
    Abbott: That’s right.
    Costello: We were there seven weeks.
    Abbott: That’s right, where’s all the money?
    Costello: I gave him the twenty-eight dollars.
    Abbott: What do you mean twenty-eight dollars?
    Costello: That’s all the guy’s got coming.
    Abbott: Wait a minute, it’s thirteen dollars a week…
    Costello: Yeah.
    Abbott: I gave you seven times thirteen.
    Costello: That’s twenty-eight dollars, I gave it to him!
    Abbott: Don’t say that, don’t say it!
    Abbott: You didn’t get that money? (to Landlord)
    Landlord: All I got is twenty-eight dollars.
    Costello: That’s right seven times thirteen is twenty-eight dollars!
    Abbott: Come here, come here, come here, prove that to me. (to Costello)
    Costello: You want me to prove it?
    Abbott: Prove it!
    Costello: Okay. Let me see, there were seven weeks, right, I’m going to divide it and it was twenty-eight right? Now seven into twenty-eight…
    Abbott: You claim seven goes into twenty-eight, thirteen times?
    Costello: That’s right.
    Abbott: Prove it.
    Costello: Seven into two, seven will not go into two!
    Abbott: No, no certainly not!
    Costello: No matter how much you push this big seven into that little two, it’s not going to go in there.
    Abbott: We know that.
    Costello: Therefore you don’t want to hurt that little two.
    Abbott: What do you mean?
    Costello: That’s a cute little two, isn’t it?
    Abbott: What are you going to do with it?
    Costello: I’m not going to push that big seven into that little two.
    Abbott: What are you going to do with it?
    Costello: I’m going to put that little two right there.
    Abbott: What’s that for?
    Costello: Isn’t that cute that little two, don’t forget about that little two!
    Abbott: All right go ahead.
    Costello: Seven into eight?
    Abbott: Once.
    Costello: Once, now I’m going to carry the seven because it’s getting heavy, I’m going to put it right there. Now seven from eight?
    Abbott: One. 7(28(13 7
    Costello: One, a minute ago…21
    Abbott: Oh, oh! 2
    Costello: …I had some argument about a little two, this little two down here. Do you mind if I use it now?
    Abbott: Go ahead, please.
    Costello: Thank you. So I’m going to put that little two right there, seven into twenty-one?
    Abbott: Three times.
    Costello: Three times, seven into twenty-eight: THIRTEEN TIMES.
    Abbott: Oh no, no.
    Costello: I gave you everything that was coming to you! (to Landlord)
    Landlord: You only gave me twenty-eight dollars!
    Costello: Your what I call a cheat, now you tell my partner that I paid you off
    Abbott: Wait a minute, come over here, come over here, now don’t (to Costello) encourage him, please. (to audience)
    Abbott: We’ll multiply this, put down, um, put down, come on put down thirteen.
    Costello: You got no right telling him I didn’t give you the money! (to Landlord)
    Abbott: Come on, put down thirteen, put it down!
    Costello: Okay, thirteen.
    Abbott: Now put down a seven.
    Costello: Seven weeks.
    Abbott: Now all right, make a line, now you claim thirteen times seven is what?
    Costello: Twenty-eight.
    Abbott: Prove it, get a load of this!!
    Costello: Seven times three?
    Abbott: Twenty-one. 13 7
    Costello: Seven times one? 21 7
    Abbott: Seven. 28
    Costello: Seven and one?
    Abbott: Eight.
    Costello: And two to carry is TWENTY-EIGHT!!!
    [Laughter]
    Costello: Look I paid you every nickel you had coming. (to Landlord)
    Abbott: All right, all right come here we’ll add it up. 13 13
    Costello: There’s more? 13 13
    Abbott: Put down thirteen, seven times. 13 13
    Costello: Put down thirteen, seven times? 13 28
    Abbott: Seven times!!!!!
    Abbott and Costello: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.
    Abbott: Now you claim that all that added up amounts to what?
    Costello: Twenty-eight.
    Abbott: Give me the chalk, I’ll add it up.
    Costello: There’s a piece, get over here, it’s liable to come out right!
    Abbott: There you are, there’s three, six, nine, twelve, fifteen, eighteen, twenty-one…
    Costello: Twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, TWENTY-EIGHT!!
    [Laughter.]

    e. Have a nice weekend.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Ok says:
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      Have you ever considered writing comedy? Creative!

    • William Hung says:
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      I just want to say you have killed my productivity at work – every morning i’m on Youtube watching the skits you post… EVEN AFTER watching a bunch off of Amazon Prime like 2 months ago…

      • Ante Galic says:
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        Will!

        First of love all, love the name and the TV series – Hung. I think it’s one of the better-made TV series but for some reason was not as popular as Friends or other stupid chit at the time.

        Secondly, sorry for killing your productivity. Don’t get caught! Thanks for the kinds words, nevertheless.

        Thirdly, I enjoy your comments and follow your questions for my teams where applicable!

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • William Hung says:
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          thanks man – wish i was doing more than just the shallow league with my friends – most of my questions/scenarios aren’t valid for 99% of leagues since my mates have zero patience and they rage drop quality players all day everyday

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      A. Haha, nice B. Yup! C. Ha D. Awesome

      • Ante Galic says:
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        Grey!!

        Thanks so much, man. RCL roster now looks like this. Just a general comment, I have too many pitchers on the bench. I know you’ll say trade 2 pitchers for a hitter (after consulting with the trade analyzer). Perhaps for now just any random thoughts? I know it’s early, week 1 is over – 25 to go.

        Barnhart (Austin Barnes available)
        Rizzo
        Shaw
        Muncy
        Story
        Beckham
        Wong (currently my TreaT replacement)
        Conforto (the only donut tonight)
        Dahl
        Enciarte
        Kiermaier
        Springer
        Christian Walker (fun fact: he’s a Catholic named Christian)
        Bench Goodrum
        IL TreaT

        SP Pablo Lopez (starting him tonight at Atlanta Gausman), Paxton, Freddy Peralta, Glasnow (also starting him tonight at San Francisco versus Dereck Rodriguez), EdRod (sequestered to the bench after last night’s debacle)
        RP Hicks, Iglesias, Minter, Swarzak, Green and Ottavino (NYY not playing tonight).
        IL Jeffress

        Running to my chinese class. Can’t wait for the vaunted buy column!

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I like the hitting, your pitching needs some finesse and I’m not sure I’d be starting Lopez but I’d look at SON

  9. Mike says:
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    This is a no brainier, but tell me it’s not lopsided.

    Was offered mookie for my Harper and Doolittle in my 10 team, H2H league. Other owner doesn’t have a closer, or only one, I forget. Razzball trade analyzer said it’s close, but I’m getting the better end of the deal. My thought is to flip mookie for a high end bat and an arm. Below is my team. Your take?

    Bats:. Ceverlli, aguliar, Ozzie, Suarez, Segura, semien, hosmer, trout, Harper, Soto, mallex Smith, e. Hernandez Christian walker, senzel (bench)

    Arms: Nola, darvish, Lester, tallion, berrios, Ryu, happ, paddack, Matt Barnes, iglesias, Doolittle, ottavio

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d take Mookie and just keep him

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  10. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    Socrates Burrito can’t hit..I would say bye, not buy..

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Don’t underestimate Burritos!

      • Malicious Phenoms says:
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        I love burritos, so many great places in San Diego for burritos..I miss So. Cal!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Do you ever come back?

          • Malicious Phenoms says:
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            The last time I was back was 2010, twice, to visit my sister in LA and paint the inside of her house..Damn, I did not realise it had been that long..

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Wow, been a while

  11. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    MLB Teams having Friday off, I don’t ever remember teams having Friday off..this really is gonna be a very weird season, indeed.

    • William Hung says:
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      yeah i was just talking to my brother about that – it especially made zero sense for the Mets yesterday after that quick turnaround

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      They did this last year too, it’s their new thing in case of postponements

      • Malicious Phenoms says:
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        Damn, I do not remember that from last year..

        • Grey

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          They did it for the 1st few weeks

  12. Mike says:
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    Wise ones:

    C. Walker or Domingod?

    • ThE sHiT says:
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      Domingod and not really that close

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      Sunday Santana

    • Donkey Teeth

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      What the others said

    • Grey

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      Agree with others

  13. Cable says:
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    H/H points….In need of a SS with loss of TT

    F Tatis
    J Polanco
    E Andrés
    M Semien
    D Swanson

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Tatis