J.A. Happ might’ve realized he wasn’t staying with the Jays much longer when guys in the front office kept asking him if he liked the team’s new jersey and it was the same jersey he had been wearing but a small man with a goatee, who said he worked as Peter Dinklage’s stunt double for parts of season 2 and 3 of GOT, was standing with his hand over the ‘Ja’ of Jays.  Happ tried to understand, “Do I like the Blue Ys?”  The front office exec tried to lead him to the answer, “If there was no,” motioning to Dinklage’s stunt double’s hand covering the ‘Ja,’ “In the Jays, would that be okay with you?”  Rather than the low-rent game of charades, they just traded him to the Yankees.  Happ should be happy to be out of Canada, we have a burgeoning coal economy.  No idea what Happ will do on the Yankees, but what he SHOULD (caps for emphasis, not due to a sticky keyboard) is be great.  His 10.3 K/9, 2.8 BB/9 and 3.63 xFIP makes him easily the 2nd best pitcher on the Yankees and around that of a top 30 starter.  Also, the AL East is like this:  J.A. Happ mimes wiping dandruff off his shoulder.  Nothing to it, kid!  Of course, it’s been like this all year and he still has a 4.18 ERA, so ‘should’ and ‘would’ can have a baby and it will still be, ‘who knows?’  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Aaron Judge – Left yesterday’s game after being hit on the wrist and went for an MRI.  Doctor sees Judge, then a’la Jaws, “We’re gonna need a bigger MRI.”  Turns out Judge has a chip fracture and will miss at least three weeks.  Sounds like an optimistic prognosis, but have you seen the size of this guy?  That’s a good thing, right?  On the other side of the rather large coin, Justin Turner had a small non-displaced fracture on his wrist and we’re still waiting on him.  Nothing to do except wait on Judge, but I could see this dragging into mid-September or back by the third week of August.

Sonny Gray – 5 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 5.08.  You know he’s rope-a-doping you, right?  Stream-o-Nator loves his next start too, but, man, he is setting you up for a knockdown.

Brandon Drury – Went the other way in the Happ trade.  That’s assuming he can pass the physical.  “State your name.”  “Drury.”  “Are you drunk, son?”  “No, my name’s Drury.”  “You can’t even say your name without slurring!”  Not sure where Drury can play on the Jays.  He’s a 2nd and 3rd baseman, and the Jays have Donaldson and Devon Travis.  *bursts out laughing*  I’m sorry!  I tried to keep a straight face while saying it.  Drury’s okay for AL-Only leagues if he gets enough looks, which I’m not sure he will; this year, at least.  Next year, he’s gonna see Vlad Jr., and nighty-night, Drury.

Noah Syndergaard – Expected back next week from hand, foot, mouth disease.  Syndergaard said, “I’ve learned my lesson and will never again waft my own farts into my face again.  No matter what I’ve eaten and how tempting it might be.”

Wilmer Flores – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 9th homer.  Wilmer has been a real bright spot for the Mets.  Not because he’s hitting all that great, but light is magnified by water, so the tears on his cheek make for a bright spot.

Asdrubal Cabrera – 3-for-5, 2 runs, 4 RBIs and his 18th homer.  Asdrubal dedicated that homer to “whatever team gets me the hell off the Mets.”

Nick Kingham – 3 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 4.80.  I’ve felt so welcomed in this underground, cave bar with my host, Jihadi Jim, but I need to go to the bathroom.  Will someone watch my iced tea?  *five hours later*  Hey, that mirror is moving with my reflection.  Wait, is that a person wearing my face?  NOOOOOO!!!!  Roofie!!!

Josh Harrison – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 6th homer, and 2nd homer in the last three games.  I cannot build enthusiasm for Harrison no matter how hard I try, and I’m on three Red Bulls and a Viagra, so I’m trying.

Anthony Rendon – Out on paternity leave.  If the baby comes out chewing a toothpick, somewhere Dusty Baker is going to be smiling wickedly.

Stephen Strasburg – Returned to the DL with a pinched nerve in his neck.  Does the entire Nats team feel like it’s playing with no sense urgency?  That really should not be a sub-.500 team.  Cougs’ family is friends with the owner of the Nats, Ted Lerner, and I’ve been trying to get him on the podcast for a while.  I think we need to have a heart to heart with Ted, the Nats owner not my dog.  But I guess I can ask him if they’re related, and if Madonna ever wanted his sperm.  Okay, maybe this is why Cougs’ family has never put me in touch with the Lerners.

Juan Soto – 2-for-3, 2 runs and his 12th homer, hitting .308.  Sexy Dr. Pepper or Bryce Harper?  Okay, Harper, but why did I even have to think for two seconds?  You’re killing me, Bryce Harper!  Mean’s while, Sexy Dr. Pepper is so refreshing.

Trea Turner – 3-for-6, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 13th homer.  Ain’t trying to fight back beautiful, but how about some bunt singles and mucho SAGNOF for hombre El Gris?

Jonathan Schoop – 2-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 15th homer, and his 5th homer in the last week since the break.  “I wanna try to parachute without a parachute.”  That’s an ex-Schoop owner who dropped him during the break.

Jesse Winker – Hit the DL.  This makes Riggleman’s job so much easier.  Now he no longer has to make arbitrary reasons for double-switching out Winker.  “After six years in the majors, maybe then Winker will have earned the right to finish a game.”  That’s Riggleman with his old school bullshizz.

Eugenio Suarez – 1-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 23rd homer, and his 4th straight game with a homer.  Okay, seriously, next year, Eugenio Suarez or Kris Bryant?  Is that a crazy question?

Tucker Barnhart – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 7th homer, and 2nd homer in the last two games.  And here I am shuffling around Manny Pina and John Hicks.  *smacks head*  Get it together, Grey!

Ranger Suarez – 5 IP, 4 ER as he was called up.  Suarez had an under-7 K/9 in Triple-A with a 2.30 BB/9.  That’s great.  Dot dot dot.  For a 42-year-old who is attempting a comeback and being played by Dennis Quaid in the movie of his life.

Carlos Santana – 1-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 16th homer.  Yesterday, I hinted that Santana is a 2nd half player.  Now I’m screaming it.  In lowercase letters.  Don’t make me press the shift and letter keys together.  I’m tired.

Rhys Hoskins – 3-for-5 and his 19th and 20th homer, and 76th homer since the break.  I ate a cheesesteak yesterday, but, before consuming it, I bowed my head and mumbled to myself, “Body of Rhysus.”  Mumbled, not due to a lack of enthusiasm, but because I’m half-Jewish and don’t really know the right thing to say.

Nick Williams – 4-for-5, and his 13th and 14th homer, and three homers this week since I dropped him.  I have the magic touch.  Come here, and I will abracadabra you into goodness.  I am the David Blaine of reverse jinxes, snitches!

Maikel Franco – 2-for-5 and his 16th and 17th homer, and four homers in four games.  Oh, you best believe he’s in this afternoon’s Buy column.  Maikel is on fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiire.  Seventeen eyes, dawg.  One for each of his dreads.  It’s Medusa Franco up in this piece!

Manny Machado – 1-for-4 and his 1st homer on the Dodgers, and his 25th homer.  Time for my once a year rant.  Why in the effin eff holes do stats not carry over in box scores?  Teams no longer play only in one league!  It’s dated nonsense from before interleague!  You don’t subtract a player’s stats from against the opposite league on their statline, do you?  Then why are stats in the box score incorrect for players switching leagues?  It’s so stupid!

Rich Hill – 7 IP, 0 ER, 4 baserunners, 8 Ks, ERA at 3.82.  The optimist sees seven great innings.  The pessimist sees seven innings closer to the next blister.

Kyle Gibson – 8 IP, 1 ER, 6 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 3.42.  This start was in Fenway, so if you started him, I have to hand it to you, your pants grapes are quite impressive.

Matt Chapman – 3-for-3, 3 runs and his 12th homer, hitting .266.  You do not want to meet the A’s in a dark alley right now, or a well-lit baseball diamond.

Brad Boxberger – 1/3 IP, 3 ER and his 5th blown save, ERA at 3.58.  I wonder if before or after the Diamondbacks fade behind the Rockies in the NL West and into third place, if they’ll make a change at closer.  Not sure who they’d use tho–Oh, wait, they have two capable guys behind him, Hirano and Bradley.  If Torey Lovullo is truly afraid of change, he can just call his new closer Bradley Boxberger, and make a tidy little portmanteau of the new committee.

Alex Avila – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 5th homer, hitting .152.  Not great there, Avila, but at least we don’t have Diamondbacks fans protesting Herrmann anymore for their bathroom choices.

Nick Ahmed – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 4 RBIs and his 13th homer.  Nice batty call by yours truly!  Now, if I can do that for two months straight, I might be back in this RCL hunt!

Kris Bryant – Headed back to the DL.  So, let’s say Bryant is available in the 4th round of drafts next year, are you drafting him?

Tyler Chatwood – 4 2/3 IP, 4 ER, 11 baserunners (6 BBs), 4 Ks, ERA at 4.98.  Ready for a good laugh?  He has a 7.85 K/9 and that’s lower than his walk rate of 8.14!  That’s gotta be historic.  He has 85 BBs and 82 Ks.  This isn’t after a game or two.  He’s thrown 94 IP!  Can’t believe the Cubs haven’t made up an injury and just DL’d him.  “Sorry to say Chatwood has pretendonitis on his right scapula.”  Reporter raises hand, “You’re pointing to his left side.”  “Well, he was in the mirror when we diagnosed him so shut the hell up!”

Cole Hamels – Traded to the Cubs.  Recipe for a repeat championship:  you make it to the mountaintop, win the World Series, then just try to hold the torso of the team together while adding faded vets, who haven’t been good in years.  It’s like, “Hey, can you do that trick again where you won a World Series ten years ago?”  “I can’t, son, but I can make your nose disappear.”  “Worst trick ever!”  Will Hamels be that much worse than Chatwood?  Have you seen Chatwood’s numbers?  He can’t be worse.  He’ll be a passable number three to four for real baseball and a decent deeper league starter and a streamer in shallower leagues, as he’s been in Texas.

Anthony Rizzo – 3-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 13th homer.  HR to the Rizzo!

Martin Maldonado – Traded to the Astros.  Great, sneaky get by the Astros for real baseball.  Maldonado’s arm is stronger than a t-shirt cannon fired by the Philly Phanatic.  For fantasy, this means nothing.

Joakim Soria – Traded to the Brewers.  Damn, the Brewers are pulling Pirates type moves, where you’re not sure if they’re trying to make themselves better or trying to make moves to appear like they’re trying to make themselves better.  Delicate line to walk.  Here’s a Brewers’ exec, “I’m not sure what trading for Joakim gets us.  I mean, we have the best middle reliever, a solid closer, Jeffress has been ridunk, I guess I could see Soria blowing some games in the 6th inning.  Do we need blown games in the 6th inning?”  Another galaxy-brained exec, “But if we get Soria it will appear like we’re making moves and the fans will be happy with us.”  High fives all around, one exec sips on his boba.  And…scene!  I’m going to go over Jace Fry in his blurb so people skimming aren’t like, “Grey, who’s going to take over for Soria in Chicago, I’m dur dur dur dur dur and can’t dur dur dur.”

Orlando Arcia – 0-for-5, as he was recalled after proving he can hit Triple-A pitching in Colorado Springs to the tune of .341.  Now Arcia will prove he’s fixed and the everyday shortstop again, or he’s a Quad-A player and don’t be so fast to toss Saladino aside.

Evan Longoria – 2-for-4, 1 run as he was activated from the DL and Brandon Belt was placed on the DL.  Belt and Longoria can’t play at the same time because the world can only handle so many 18-homer power corner men.

Dereck Rodriguez – 6 IP, 2 ER, 7 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 2.75.  You know how they say to recruit kids that come from ex-ballplayers?  Without the pedigree, I’m not sure Rodriguez is in the major leagues.  I think a 7 K/9 guy in High-A would’ve quit without knowing he could make it.  Maybe not, just a thought.  Right now, he is making a lot out of not a whole lot.  He is still a work in progress, but, because of his dad, he thinks he can do it, so that could take him places.  Put that shizz on a Hallmark card!

Francisco Arcia – 2-for-4, 4 RBIs and his 1st homer.  Could take over for Maldonado or platoon with Jose Briceno.  Both could combine for five homers on the year, and that’s including the three they have between them already.

Kole Calhoun – 2-for-5, 2 runs and a slam (11) and legs (5), hitting near-.300 in last week with two homers.  Guess whether or not he’s going to be in this afternoon’s Buy column.  It rhymes with yes.  Actually, it is yes.

Ian Kinsler – 3-for-4, 3 runs, 2 RBIs and his 13th homer.  That’s his 2nd homer since the break.  Kinsler is on a real low simmer, huh?  Flip the switch or get off the People’s Republic of Razzball!

Justin Upton – 4-for-5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs, hitting .255.  Three singles and a double through the shift, which means Justin Upton got the Working Mom Cycle.

Blake Parker – 1 IP,  2 ER, ERA at 3.42 ERA.  Literally all he does is give up runs in non-save situations.  Don’t fact check me!  I own him, it’s all he does.  He has one save this month.  What are we doing here, fellas and five ellas?  This doode is a waste of time!

Nick Tropeano – 6 1/3 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 4.82.  He allowed five homers yesterday which is some kind of record for amount of winners at the Trop in one day.

Jose Abreu – 2-for-4, 3 runs, 3 RBIs and his 15th and 16th homer, and three homers in the last four games, hitting .258.  Hey, looky-loos look at this lollygagger doing less lolly’ing and/or gagging.  About friggin’ time, you giant turdmaker!

Daniel Palka – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 13th and 14th homer, hitting .231.  He was hitting .073 since the break with no homers, so this might be the start of something, but it ain’t the middle of shizz.

Avisail Garcia – 2-for-5 and his 11th homer, hitting .272.  Avisail, buddy, you don’t have to try so hard, someone will still call you a sleeper next year.  Don’t knock yourself out.

Jace Fry – Should be taking over for Soria as the White Sox closer, even though he pitched the 7th (!) yesterday.  His stats look like he could immediately be better than Soria, i.e., no Joakim, give Fry a try.  Now watch Charlie Manuel get hired to manage the Pale Sox and throw Jeanmar Gomez in the 9th.  “I ain’t ever see a tractor pull event that I ain’t confuse for a mobile house scooting on its butt like it’s got dingles up its tailpipe than I see Jeanmar Gomez as the closer.”  That’s Charlie Manuel managing again.  I miss him.

 
  1. Grey how much longer are you willing to give Marcel Ozuna before you sell him to the lowest bidder at the local 4-H manimal sell. I’ve been wanting to get rid of the kid for a month, but I also asked 3 weeks ago if Starling Marte was droppble when he slumped coming off the DL. If Ozuna starts hitting maybe I will ask you about a few other players and see if they gain Schamotoship

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Dnut Eastwood: I’m ready to sell him now for pennies on the dollar, so done with him

      • phil says:
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        Screw trading him, are you dropping him in a 10-teamer when he’s the last guy on the bench? Thanks!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Sure

  2. Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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    Did you know Charlie Manuel was a huge star in Japan in the late seventies? I didn’t.

      • @Dnut Eastwood: But take my word for it I didn’t know the other Hubie Brooks was an Imposter until recently… But thank you for setting me right

    • Manley Ramirez says:
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      @Not the real Hubie Brooks: woah, he was a folksy, christian, real-life version of Selleck’s Mr. Baseball, and over a decade earlier.

      • LennyDykstraIsJustMisunderstood says:
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        @Manley Ramirez:

        Learned something new every day i didn’t know uncle charllie was a japanese porn start! Who’d of thunk?

        Charlie was great in Philly…….one of his great moments was when he told weasely sports caster howard eskin he was going to kick his ass.

          • Turd Wendell says:
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            @knucks: He wanted Eskin twice it was amazing. There was a HBO Real Sports on Charlie. Dude managed the Indians with a colostomy bag.

  3. Being a Cardinals fan I would have to say this is the most frusterated I’ve been since the Joe Torre Days. The should of fired the hitting coach 4 years ago even though this was his first year on the job. And why isn’t Hicks the closer. I picked him up but was quickly frusterated he wasn’t used when he could of would of should of been in a save opportunity this past week

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Dnut Eastwood: Need to figure out what’s wrong with Ozuna, play Jo-Ma and sell Carpenter to get prospects

    • nick the smooth dick says:
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      @Dnut Eastwood: The JFOH could of trifecta

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        HA

  4. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!!

    Great write-up!!!

    a. Had everything prepared for this morning to reply with the quote, witty things to say (I know mostly twitty and twatty). Then the Internet collapsed (no idea why) and then I had to embark on a journey where my nuts won’t be needed.

    1. Go with my wife to look at a gift for Wolfgang (Uschi’s son). The gift is a lifesaver for Wolfgang’s boat (Das Boot, in German).

    2. Then drop the car off at the shopping mall for a inside/outside car wash. Minimum 1 HR to complete so more happy and slow shopping.

    3. Take the clean car for our annual technical checkup plus pay for car insurance

    All said, I get a pretty good deal. Three square meals, someone who genuinely loves me and free Internet. What’s not to love!!

    b. Mark Twain quote of the day for July 27

    It’s a classic… something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read.

    c. Have a nice weekend.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Manley Ramirez says:
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      @Ante Galic: B. is the literary/geek’s equivalent of Ronnie Coleman’s “everybody wants to be big but nobody wants to lift no heavy-ass weights”

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ante Galic: Thanks! A. That sucks 1. Haha 2. Nice 3. Well done! B. Awesome! C. You too!

  5. El Famous Burrito says:
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    Have you seen a recent pic of Dennis Quaid? Dude is jacked!

    He could play the lead in “Let Me Do My Thing: The Gabe Kapler Story”

      • DonnieB says:
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        He is going to be playing Ronald Reagan in the upcoming movie “Reagan”. His TRUE life story. He was just at Reagan Ranch doing interview with Megyn Kelly. Should be the real deal.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Sounds accurate

        • El Famous Burrito says:
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          @DonnieB: Agreed.

          Ronald Reagan’s steroid period is a story that needs to be told.

          You youngsters may not remember, but Ronald Reagan once pushed Tip O’Neill through the drywall of the Lincoln Bedroom during a bout of roid rage. Then he tore a phone book in half and said “your move, Gorbechev.” He was totally out of his mind.

          True story. It was the inspiration for Nancy’s “Just Say No” campaign.

  6. Dave says:
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    Grey,
    Went to watch Vlad Jr in Hartford last night.
    He hit two absolute lasers. One for a homerun down the left field line and another off the center field wall. The kid should be up soon if not now.
    I guess his .400 average isn’t enough to make that all star lineup north of the border.

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      @Dnut Eastwood:

      @Dave:

      Nice, but who is he hitting this off? How fast are these pitches and is there any movement on these pitches?

      He’s great, yes, but I’d like to see how he does against Triple A pitching.

      • MattTruss

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        Riiiight, but he’s hitting freakin .400! There’s no one else in double A doing what he’s doing. Double A pitchers have speed and movement too, it isn’t a slow pitch softball league. Plenty of guys make the jump from AA to the majors. Mookie Betts was only in Double A for 54 games (hit .355) and spent 45 games at AAA (hitting .335) before he made the majors (where he hit .291 in 52 games for the Sawx). I could see a similar time table for Vlad, but there’s little question he belongs in the bigs. The only reason he isn’t is because of the Jays delaying his arbitration time. It’s worth putting some eyeballs on this kid, it’s pretty clear his talent level when you see him.

        • Grey

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          @MattTruss: Can we get an ETA, my entire season is riding on him

        • Dave Funnell says:
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          @MattTruss: all very good points and I like the comps. Count me as a glass half empty when it comes to some prospects but I get that he is mashing. I just know that a lot of prospects take time to adjust from one level to another and think two levels could be tough too. But you’re right, guys do go from AA to the bigs more frequently.

      • Rudboy says:
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        @Dave Funnell:

        Lmao rofl seriously!!

        • Dave Funnell says:
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          @Rudboy: hahaha okay maybe not the most popular of takes….I’d just like to see it before the promotion.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Dave: Did you ask him when he’s coming up? Scream it at him? What kind of actionable advice did you get?

  7. Pyne Tree says:
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    Is Goldy a top 10 guy anymore in a keeper league that uses OBP and SLG instead of average and HRs?

    Or would you rather have Trea?

      • Pyne Tree says:
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        @Grey:

        Awesome! I was thinking Goldy around 15 too. So you’re still super high on Trea despite his terrible year?

        • Grey

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          Hasn’t been that bad a year

          • Pyne Tree says:
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            @Grey:

            334/411/748 with 58R, 43RBIs, 22SBs doesn’t exactly get me excited.

  8. Detroit Kozak says:
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    All it took was Kingham to give a Winker and my fantasy team was sent up the Hill to Fry…. anyhoo, need some help to pick one of these three trusty options to start this weekend:

    Castillo vs PHI
    Quintana @ STL
    Pivetta @ CIN

    Thanks in advance!

  9. Eric says:
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    Hi Grey, thanks for all your great insights this year. I have 2 questions;

    In a points league who would you rather have ros: Soto 4.37 ppg or Muncy 4.05 ppg?

    In a points league how would you order these 3:
    Gardner 3.74 ppg 322 points
    Smoak 3.4 ppg 320 points
    J Martinez 3.33 ppg 316 points

    Thanks

    • Dave Funnell says:
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      @Eric:

      Personally, if it’s not a keeper league, I might try to sell high on both Muncy and Soto.

      • Eric says:
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        @Dave Funnell: not a keeper league.

        • Dave Funnell says:
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          @Eric:

          I might try to sell both then, especially Muncy. Get whatever you need and aim for the moon.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Eric: Muncy — Jo-Ma, Smoak

  10. fudgemybudge says:
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    11 team roto:
    Drop Seager or Hosmer for Schoop?
    Have them both on the bench most nights with Bregman and Abreu starting. Odor starting at 2b currently.

  11. fudgemybudge says:
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    Suarez over Bryant would be crazy IMO.
    Unless you view Bryant a perennial injury risk?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @fudgemybudge: Think Suarez was even to Bryant last year and killed him this year, so you going back 2 years to find Bryant exceeding him?

  12. LennyDykstraIsJustMisunderstood says:
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    Hey all,

    12 team H2h paxton is coming back they have him projecting two start and 33 pts next week against houston and toronto. i get the feeling he will be on a short leash coming back. everyone else has decent matchups. Sit him?

    the rest of my staff Nola , Bumgarner, wood, heaney archer

  13. Surfer dude says:
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    Hi Grey, 10 TM h2h pts for ROS – who’s the drop?
    Buehler
    Bumgarner
    Taillon
    Thanks as always!

    • Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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      @Surfer dude: If that was me, I’d drop Buehler if it’s not a keeper

  14. Fanciful Basesball says:
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    With Aaron Judge gone, the only thing I have to look forward to on my roster is Ian Desmond’s movie star face.

    You don’t have to respond to this, I just needed to leave a record of my sadness.

  15. Cable says:
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    H/H points..ROS…..Odor or Schoop

  16. Sammy says:
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    Ros, wheeler or Gibson?

  17. JP says:
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    6×6 roto Wins, ERA, WHIP, IP, Saves, Holds. ROS please rank Chase Anderson, J Chacin, or Kyle Hendricks. Thank you

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @JP: Hendricks, Chacin

  18. GonzoChicago says:
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    Happy Friday Buyday-

    10tm OBP league-

    Maikel or Chapman? Maikel not walking much so as hot as he’s been, that’s gotta hurt his floor, right?

    Thanks again!!!

  19. Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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    Hey Grey – in a 12 team keep forever league where you’re competing this year, would you trade a $33 Kershaw that you just acquired by trade for any of the below guys, in a 1:1:?

    My $33 Kershaw for his . . . .

    $10 Story
    $18 Bregman
    $12 Bennintendi
    $12 Bryant

    Thanks.

  20. Jack Handy says:
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    1) Drop Matz for Stroman and keep playing the stream game?
    2) Drop J.Jimenez for M.Franco to help w/ my 3b?? (GALLO…)
    3) Hold Hand (haha) for now? nothing really avail except Peralta (uggh)

    Thoughts?
    Much appreciated.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jack Handy: 1. I guess, but I don’t know his matchup and Stroman isn’t good 2. Sure 3. Ha, sure

  21. Luvdarooks says:
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    Winker down and so will my OBP go :(
    -I’m in 8 th in SB and 4sb from 6th place. But I need a guy that starts 5 -6 days a week.
    SB OBP RBI Hr are in order of importance
    Who to pick up ROS in 5×5 deep league from:— once I get the guy I can’t drop him unless he is DL or gets sent down.—
    Need top 3 please ?
    Fowler
    K Tucker
    Maybin
    Ahmed
    M Gonzalez (hou)
    Verdugo
    Camargo
    Duggar
    Y Munoz
    O Arcia
    H Perez ( maybe I wait till deadline to see if he gets traded for a SP and starts and kills my OBP lol)

    • Luvdarooks says:
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      Add Roman Quinn to the mix. He just got called up

  22. Mr. Rickey says:
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    Kike or Franco ROS?

  23. Spitzmam conondrum says:
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    Gary Sanchez was just dropped in my league. Now I already have Contreras, but was thinking about stashing Gary for the playoffs. With Muncy gaining second base eligibility, I now have room to drop one of my middle infielders to open up space for Sanchez. Also, I currently have Kyle Tucker as my bench spot but would most likely start him if Jo-Ma looses his value. So my question is, who would you drop to stash Sanchez?

    DeJong
    Odor
    Kyle Tucker
    Jo-Ma (If not traded and benched)

  24. Runtzmania says:
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    Need one

    Matt Chapman
    Odor
    DeJong

    • Runtzmania says:
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      @Runtzmania: *Updated Question*

      I currently own both DeJong and Odor. Would you drop one for Matt Chapman, and if so who?