Yesterday, Lucas Duda went 3-for-5, 3 RBIs with two homers (26, 27).  He now has five homers in the last three days.  Duda goes from doodie to Duda in the blink of an eye.  He’s like a sports car that goes 0 to 60 in five seconds flat that you only drive three times a year, because, while your penis may be small, you’re also reasonable enough to realize if someone crashes into you, you’re going to cry and that’s embarrassing in front of your future trophy wife.  It seems like no matter how many games Duda misses and no matter how deep his slumps get, he gets scorching hot at some point and will get to thirty homers.  His hot streaks are shorter, but he reminds me of a poor man’s Chris Davis.  I will call him Piss Davis.  Maybe I won’t call him that to his face.  Somehow, Duda is available in over 40% of ESPN leagues. (Though 85% of leagues are abandoned already so he’s owned in 125% of leagues.  Hmm…) So, if he’s out there, grab him before he takes the car back into the shop and pays $54,000 for a new taillight.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Matt Harvey – Will only make one start in the NLDS, which is the National League Division Series, if there were any Mormons reading this, thinking I was now covering the National Latter Day Saints ping-pong tournament.  Though, that one Mormon who only speaks Chinese is suspicious to me.

Steven Matz – Stiffness in his right side, but it’s not considered serious and should start on Thursday.  The Mets won the division already.  Just throw Bobby Bonilla, who they’re paying a million dollars this year, to start the remaining games.  *wipes hands on apron*  Done, that’s it, problem fixed.

Darin Ruf – 1-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 11th homer.  I hear the name Darin and I immediately think of Bewitched because I’m old!  As for Ruf, he has three homers in the past week, so could be a hot schmotato.

Maikel Franco – Will rejoin the Phils on Thursday.  Yes, just in time to re-injure himself and hurt his chances of becoming a superstar next year.  Apparently, they’re letting Ruin Tomorrow Jr. finish out the season over Skype.

Giancarlo Stanton – The Marlins announced Stanton is done for the season.  This takes a load off of my mind, which is somewhere a load doesn’t usually come from when I think of Giancarlo.

Logan Forsythe – Left yesterday’s game after being hit on the foot.  Could cost him some time since he never practiced walking on his hands as a youngster.

Matt Moore – 7 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 3 Ks.  I streamed him yesterday and I would on Sunday too…Okay, honestly, interjection, at this point, I’m streaming everyone.

Mikie Mahtook – 1-for-4 and his 7th homer, and his third homer this week.  Fine, I give up, he’s a hot schmotato!

Asdrubal Cabrera – 1-for-3, 2 runs and his 14th homer and 2nd this week.  Yes, you would’ve been better off with Asdrubal than Rendon.  Stop pointing out those facts that hurt me.

Michael Pineda – 6 IP, 7 ER.  “This Pineda is so easy to hit, a kid could do it.” Something overheard at the Yankee game and Party City.

Dustin Ackley – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 10th homer, and his 2nd homer in as many games.  Ackley sounds like the noise one makes when they’re about to be sick, but he is definitely hot.

Mookie Betts – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 16th homer.  I’m not a Red Sox fan by any stretch of the imagination.  I’m not really a fan of any team.  It’s all about fantasy for me.  With that said (here comes something!), I have a feeling I’m going to be ranking Betts above every other ‘pert next year.

Rick Porcello – 8 IP, 4 ER, 7 baserunners, 8 Ks.  The Stream-o-Nator mildly likes his last start of the year and if you’re thinking about streaming, I say, at that point, what the eff you got the lose?

Blake Swihart – 2-for-4, 5 RBIs and two homers (4, 5), and third in three games.  He was thisclose to be the lede today, but, well, catchers.  I would grab him though, if he’s available.

Trea Turner – 2-for-3 and his 1st career homer.  There’s more where that came from!  I mean, the odds that anyone would hit one homer and never another one are slim to anorexic.

Ryan Zimmerman – Done for the year.  Backdate this to 2008.

Yunel Escobar – Out with an upper back issue.  For those wondering, an issue of Upper Back isn’t a chiropractor periodical.

Tanner Roark – 6 2/3 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 4 Ks.  The Stream-o-Nator hates his last start of the year, but it’s against the Mets and I can’t imagine they put any of their regulars out there for longer than three innings.  By Sunday, the Mets may not even have a pitcher than can more than three innings.

A.J. Pierzynski – 3-for-3 and two solo homers (8, 9).  Incredibly, I’ve made it all the way up to 2nd place in Tout Wars.  The only place I can really gain points is in power.  What does all this have to do with Pierzynski?  Guess who owns the lesser of the two A.J. Pollocks?  This mustachioed man!

Matthew Wisler – 7 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 4 Ks.  Sure would’ve been better to stream this schmohawk for two starts this week than Cody Anderson, after the latter was rained out last night and now likely won’t get a 2nd start.

Adam Wainwright – Will be activated on Wednesday.  A reputable site said, “He can be a “secret” weapon for St. Louis in the playoffs.”  Quotes around secret aside, is Wainwright a secret weapon?  Like, “Holy turdbuckets, who is that guy?!  Check the media guide, quick!  Oh, it’s the guy who has finished in the top three in Cy Young balloting four times.”

Stephen Piscotty – Has a concussion, but the Cards’ GM said he has a “slight concussion.”  Oh, yeah, like a slight heart attack.

Brad Ziegler – He’s away from the club for the birth of his child.  Nine months ago, Ziegler emerged from his bedroom saying, “Now that’s some sidearm action!”

Robbie Ray – 6 IP, 2 ER, 9 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 3.50.  I think that’s his last start of the year, but either way, he’s definitely worked his way onto a short list of pitchers that will be drafted after the top 200 overall next year, that could easily end up a top 30 starter.

Carlos Gonzalez – 2-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 40th homer.  Could someone draft only Rockie hitters next year just ’cause?  Please, I think it’ll work, but I’m scared of 10-day road trips.

Greg Holland – Will have Tommy John surgery on Friday.  That means Holland won’t be doing a windmill with his arm until 2017.

Johnny Cueto – 6 IP, 3 ER, 10 baserunners, 2 Ks vs. Jeff Samardzija 7 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 3 Ks.  This matchup was billed as, “A Pitcher Who Kicks People In The Head vs. A Pitcher I’d Like To Kick In The Head.”  Sadly, no one was kicked in the head yesterday.

Kendrys Morales – 1-for-3 and his 22nd homer and his 106th RBI.  Yes, he has more RBIs than Jose Abreu.  In case, ya know, you were wondering.

Eric Hosmer – 2-for-4 and his 17th homer.  Only three more homers to reach the number of homers most 1st basemen had by June 1st during the steroids era.

Adam Eaton – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 14th homer.  Next year’s Pollock?  Yes, if Lee Krasner were to manage him.

Carlos Gomez – Still has intercostal discomfort.  If I may assist the Astros organization, it was a lousy trade.  He’s been injured all year and never able to get in much of a groove.  You’re better off without him.  Damn, I’m a tough love SOB.  By the by, I always found it odd that SOB is also sob, as in to cry.  I’d like to whip that acronym SOB into shape, that’s how tough I am!

Robinson Cano – 1-for-3, 3 RBIs and his 20th homer.  I’m glad he’s managed to put himself in a position to be overdrafted yet again last year.  You know, Cano, the one that is ranked about the same as Brandon Belt on our Player Rater.

Mike Fiers – 5 2/3 IP, 3 ER, 6 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 3.69.  His ERA is a lie.  I have no idea how he’s doing it, but it’s a lie.

Michael Brantley – Could be shut down for the year.  Yeah, no fooling, foo’.

Todd Frazier – Has a slight Achilles strain.  How an Achilles strain can be slight is Greek to me.  This will likely end Frazier’s season.  Guess we’ll never find out if Frazier ends up with Diane.

Dan Haren – 7 1/3 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 3.67.  Don’t even get involved with the theory that you could’ve just drafted Haren 10 rounds after Samardzija and had been better off.  I’ve gone down that rabbit hole and it’s not fun.

Tyson Ross – 6 IP, 4 ER, 9 baserunners, 7 Ks.  Every year one pitcher throws a no-hitter on the last day of the season (totally not a fact).  I’m gonna guess it’s Ross this year.

Jean Segura – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 6th homer.  I don’t think I’m gonna write a sleeper post on Segura this offseason, but the cold months of the winter (65 in LA; I have a laser thermometer to check it) can change my mind.

Clayton Kershaw – 9 IP, 0 ER, 2 baserunners, 13 Ks as the Dodgers clinched in front of the Giants fans.  So disgusted, Giants fans couldn’t even finish their chardonnay.

Madison Bumgarner – 5 2/3 IP, 3 ER, 6 baserunners, 6 Ks, Zero Homers Hit, Three Homers Allowed (Ruggiano, A.J. Ellis, Kike Hernandez, a real murderer’s row, if we’re talking about murdering one’s perception of what a good hitter is).  That was the most homers he’s allowed in a game since his rookie season.  After 270 IP last year, he’s thrown the third most pitches this year.  Next year, his arm falls off.

Cole Hamels – 6 IP, 6 ER.  Too bad this game didn’t get rained out too.

Shin-Soo Choo – 2-for-5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 21st homer.  His steals this year did a disappearing act — it’s not a trick, it’s illusion! — but Choo’s year has been decent outside of that.  Well, not year, but 2nd half.  His .350 average in the 2nd half has helped fix a lot.

J.D. Martinez – 1-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 38th homer.  Said like a cologne commercial voiceover, “Just Dong, because that’s all she wants.”

Daniel Norris – 1 2/3 IP, 2 ER, but 4 unearned runs.  “Hello, and welcome back to, ‘How Phenomenally Stupid Is That Manager?!’  The Ph is pronounced like an F if any managers are reading.  So, last time out Norris was pulled with a perfect game going because the Tigers are trying to watch his arm.  He was pulled after 63 pitches.  Yesterday, in a mess of a start?  He threw 71 pitches!  Coming up after the break, Mattingly.”

Nick Tropeano – 6 2/3 IP, 1 ER, 4 baserunners, 11 Ks.  Wow.  Guess he was the guy to stream.  Prior to this, Tropeano’s claim to fame was when NBC called him to be the hunky doofus in the LA version of Friends.

 
  1. Joe says:
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    Got two adds left for this week. Would you use one of them to start Eickhoff tomorrow vs. NYM? He’s been great the past three starts, but it’s also Philly, and early in the week. I just don’t like deferring my adds to the weekend because it becomes such a clusterfart of lineup and rotation shuffles.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Joe: I’d skip Eickhoff if I could

  2. TayTay says:
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    Won my league last week…thanks for all the help this year! It’s been great. See you next year!

  3. Syllogism says:
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    Nice write-ups, as per usual. :o)

    Finals week, head-to-head. Team Epic Fail has managed to make the playoffs, defeat the #2, and then the #1 teams and is now faced off against #6. Scoring is 7×7. Daily transactions available. Now down to the brass tacks. With three double headers today, I’m feeling the crunch on some decisions:

    C – Voigt (v Richards) (alt’s Grandal v Leake, Norris v Davies, Molina v Cole&Morton, Murphy v ChAnderson)
    1b- Freeman (v Zimm) (alt’s Duda v Asher, VMart v Gallardo)
    2b- Altuve (v anyone)

    3b-Carpenter (v Cole, v Morton)
    SS-Lindor (v Gibson, v Pelfry)
    SS/3b- Sano (v Carrasco, v C. Anderson)

    OF-Peralta (v Bettis)
    OF-Inciarte (v Bettis)
    OF-Revere (v Gausman, v M González)
    OF-Yelich (v Smyly)
    OF-Gardner (v Miley)
    OF-Reddick (v Richards)

    SP-Stroman
    SP-Carrasco
    (Streamers – Gollardo? Lyons? Cosart? Miley? Verrett, Davies? Gausman?)

    So … I’m tempted to pick up all DblHs, but getting a few 0/8s can really hurt and DblHs for Catchers tend to split catching duties. Below are the question areas with an * for where I’m leaning.

    Voigt – Murphy*, Grandal, Norris, Molina?
    Freeman – Duda, V-Mart ?
    Carpenter/Lindor/Sano – 3b/SS
    OF – Revere*, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner
    UT-?
    SP – Any *strong* streamers from above?

    So far, tied in HRs (1) and SB (0).

    Opinions/advice – greatly appreciated. Tight race.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Syllogism: Thanks! I’d go Murphy… Duda… Carp, Lindor… Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner… I’m streaming Gausman, it’s risky, there’s no strong streamers

      • Syllogism says:
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        @Grey:

        Fantastic! Thanks.

        Clarification –

        “Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner” I can only play 3 in OF … I can keep one more (or Freeman or Sano) as my utility ….

        So which three do you like for OF, of: Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner

        and which one do you like for UT: Freeman, Sano, or the fourth OF of Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Ender, Gardner, Revere… Sano at UTIL

          • Syllogism says:
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            @Grey:

            Fantastic! Thanks.

            Clarification –

            “Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner” I can only play 3 in OF … I can keep one more (or Freeman or Sano) as my utility ….

            So which three do you like for OF, of: Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, Gardner

            and which one do you like for UT: Freeman, Sano, or the fourth OF of Revere, Peralta, Inciarte, Yelich, Reddick, [email protected]Grey:

            That Garner fella has been killin’ me, but I haven’t been able to cut him … so … if I’m gonna carry him, I should be ready to play him (again).

            … Turns out that Duda got scooped (*doh*-da!).

            If you do cycle back to this post –

            Freeman (rostered) or .. VMart v Gallardo, Mauer v Carrasco&Anderson, Smoak v Gonzales, Gausman, Bird, Lind, Forysthe?

            One more time, into the breach! Thanks again.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Mauer

              • Syllogism says:
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                @Grey:

                Thanks.

                I’ll stop be shellfish and let some others get questions in. :P

                You rock. Thanks!

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  No problem

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    Is Tyson Ross scheduled to pitch again?

      • The Big Yabu says:
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        @Grey: According to MLB app, the remaining Padres starters will be Cashner, Kennedy, Kelly, Erlin, and Shields.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Gotcha… Not sure then, just going by what I saw

  5. What about Stroman? Make-up game double header today. I suppose the Sunday start is toast now? Can drop him after today for another streamer then?

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      @madden_curser:
      Assuning Jays clinch there is talk of Buerhle getting a short start on Sunday. He needs 8.2 innings to get to 200 on the year (for I think the 14th-15th straight year) and has one more start scheduled. If he can get 6-7 IP there he would go again on Sunday.

      All that to say, wouldn’t count on Stroman.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @madden_curser: Anyone pitching today won’t pitch a full five innings on Sunday

      • Jay says:
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        @Grey: Has that been historically proven or is that an educated guess on your part? Asking because now that Carrasco gets the earlier game, wondering if I should hold on to him in case he starts on the last day.

        • Grey

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          If you count out the days, it’s four days rest, starters don’t pitch on four days rest unless there’s huge stakes

          • Jay says:
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            @Grey: Thanks for the quick response! Not to spoil myself with your attention, but along the same lines, if Tyson Ross is not listed as the Sunday probable on MLB.com, and Foxsports just came out with an article saying he just had his last start…probably enough evidence to support that he will NOT be starting the final day of the season despite 5 days between last night and then, correct? Apologies for the finicky question, but it’s crunch time and the uncertainty of this last week is giving me the combined anxiety of every Jewish woman in my family.

            • Grey

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              Sure

  6. Pick 2 please; Hill @ NYY, Corbin vs COL, Jamie Garcia @ ATL, Peavy vs COL, Pineda @ BAL, McCullers @ ARI , Happ vs CIN, Elias vs OAK or Porcello @ CLE. Does Garcia still pitch if the Cards wrap up the division before Friday?

  7. Justin says:
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    Good morning sir,

    Just want to stop by and give a big thanks for all that you do for myself and fellow fantasy baseballers. It is appreciated more then you know sir.

    Just a quick question. I got beat In the semis in both my leagues so I’m looking to next year.

    Please pick 7 to keep for next year. 12 team ops and qs. One util and one xtra infield slot.

    Cano rendon prince Bryant tulo Pederson cargo(col) longoria grienke wacha severino

    I’m leaning toward letting severino wacha longo and Rendon? Back ?? I dk. Tough decisions

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Justin: No problem…. Not Severino, Wacha, Longo or Rendon

      • I wish I had Dr Andrews Money says:
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        @Grey: Thank you sir. How big of a leap are you expecting from Joc next year?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          He could be a 30/20 guy, needs to cut back on Ks

  8. Fat Mack says:
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    FML,

    I’m in the finals of my H2H league and need one or two more starts (can’t the Cubs throw Arrieta again?). What pitchers below 50% owned that are starting this weekend do you like?

    Thanks for all the help, and comedy, this year.

    • Theo says:
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      Arrieta is scheduled to pitch Friday.

  9. ebudz says:
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    Morning Grey!
    This close H2H points championship continues as I’m now down by about 15 points now… Need the best streams for tomorrow my man! Whoever I don’t pickup, I’m sure my opponent will use against me…

    H2H Points:
    Pitcher Scoring: WIN (+3), LOSS (-3), IP (+3), K (+1), BB (-1), SAVE (+3), ER (-2), HIT (-1), NH (+10) PF (+15)

    Corbin vs. COL (23.5)
    Tomlin vs. MIN (18.8)
    Odorizzi vs. TOR (10.8)
    D. Holland vs. LAA (6.0)
    Eickhoff vs. NYM (1.7)
    B. Anderson @SF (-1.1)
    R. Hill @NYY (-4.5)
    Heaney @TEX (-10.9)
    Jungmann @SD (-11.8)
    Hudson vs. LAD (-19.6)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @ebudz: Corbin, Tomlin, Odorizzi

      • ebudz says:
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        @Grey: Cool grabbed all three… would you say the other guys are too risky? I have room for one more streamer that’s why I’m asking …

        Of course I’m sure my opponent will pickup all those guys with negative SON values and they’ll pitched great games like Eickhoff and Hill did last week … Week ends Sunday so I’m starting to freak out since we’ve been in such a close championship matchup!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, they’re all risky, even the ones you’re going with…

  10. Ante GALIC says:
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    Grey!

    Fantasy Master Lothario (no abbreviations, please!!)

    a. Not sure if you know the profound effect Beethoven had on Chopin during his formative period but if you listen closely to his music it’s unmistakable. When you fully appreciate that effect that Beethoven had on Chopin, you will be aware of maybe 1% of how deeply you influence me. This is not a sob story or frivolity, only the truth. And it’s not just the advice or the way you present your information. It’s way more than that.

    b. Sorry for being absent. Am still in mourning after losing my finals H2H matchup that I was leading by 100 points going into Sunday’s action!!! Lost by 4 fantasy points, despite finishing first in points and breakdown and first in the power rankings. Life goes on, bla-bla-bla, but it still hurts.

    c. No NORM MACDONALD quotes forthcoming. Sorry to disappoint (or delight pbmax and others, reversal!).

    d. Take very good care of yourself. See you next year.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Malicious Phenom says:
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      @Ante GALIC:
      B. tough loss brother, but hey that is what next year is for..Have a great off season bro and see you in 2016!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ante GALIC: A. Ha, thanks! B. Ugh, that sucks D. You too!

  11. M says:
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    Prices being equal, would you rather keep Blackmon or CarGomez next year? 6×6 obp league

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @M: Blackmon

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    Any thoughts yet on where Joc ends up in your rankings next year vs. the rankings that espn/ yahoo sharts out?

    I have seven keepers and I’m trying to decide if him in the 22nd (10 team ops) is worth the smidgen less flexibility in my final week.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Matty: No idea, I’d guess around 100 overall and above ESPN

      • Matty says:
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        @Grey:
        Cool. Thanks. I’ll see how the matchups are looking and may send him packing.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  13. Clyde Prompto says:
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    The Cueto-Samardzija matchup could also have been billed as “Please, For the Love of God, Let Us Return to the NL.”

  14. Malicious Phenom says:
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    Thanks again for all the solid fantasy baseball advice, this season, as I won my 22nd overall fantasy baseball championship, this one in H2H..

    Didn’t fare as well in my 2 roto leagues, but hey you can’t win them all..

    Be well my over the internet amigo.

    See you in 2016!

  15. Five-On-One says:
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    Last weekly deadline is today. Handful of questions for 5×5 roto league.

    1) Pitching – Only categories that can move are Wins and Saves. Hard to stack one without harming the other.

    A) Despite the randomness of wins, please rank the following starters for win potential (mostly): Leake (vLAD Bolsinger – day after LAD clinch), Davies (@SD Cashner), Kennedy (vMIL Jungman), Kluber (vBOS E-Rod)

    B) I’ve picked up a bunch of guys who ‘might’ get saves these last five days. Please rank for saves only: Tolleson (TEX), Jepsen (MIN), Feliz (DET), Gott (LAA), Trienen (WAS).

    2) Hitting – The only categories that remain close are AVG, RBI and SB. Again, tough to stack one without potentially harming the other.

    A) MI options are Alcides, Wong, Desmond, Odor, K Marte. Please rank top three.

    B) OF Options are OZUNA, Bruce, Burns, Pagan, Joc, Rajai (why has he stopped running?), Marisnick, Myers, Dyson, Mahtook. Please rank top three.

    C) Yes, Catcher question: Arencibia, Grandal, Swihart, Garneau. Please rank top two.

    That’s all for now. Thanks for all the advice during the year.

  16. Phil of the Future says:
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    Yo, BB.
    As a mets fan, figured I’d offer some insight into Duda, as he basically won me my semifinals as well.
    There tends to be a hole in his swing during the cold streaks, and then it magically just goes away when he closes it. It’s interesting. Up and in with fastballs. He’ll go weeks where he can’t catch up to anything in there and he continues to swing. Then, one day, he’ll catch up to a high inside fastball and crank it out, and then you know. It’s about to happen. Weeks of glorious longballs everywhere.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Phil of the Future: BB! Yeah, his hot stretches are like Icarus…Like straight into the sun for a week then goodbye

      • Phil of the Future says:
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        @Grey: Totally. He gets as hot as a player can possibly get. Max hotness. Then poof. Like Jay Bruce before he hit the wall.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, Bruce, talk about a career letdown… He looked so amazing when he first came up, now I’d be surprised if he hits .250 without major BABIP luck

          • Phil of the Future says:
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            @Grey: Maybe he had too much success too early. Peaked too soon? Who knows.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, not sure, but he’s Ks are absurd

  17. Snag says:
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    I know I asked Big Magoo yesterday, but I’ma get nother ‘pinion.

    Grandal or Welington Castillo as a keeper for next year?

    • Phil of the Future says:
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      @Snag: Gotta go Beef

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Snag: Beef

  18. Scott says:
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    Hmm, this Kershaw feller’s a pretty good pitcher. Why shouldn’t we draft him in the first round?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Scott: Lots of pitching available late

  19. Old School Brother says:
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    Rangers magic number down to 4. Too late for take backs on quitting my job?