Yesterday, on the last day of his H2H playoffs, Flavor Flav’s fantasy baseball team, “Yeah Boyd!!!” had a day to remember.  Fun fact!  Flavor Flav also plays fantasy baeball, drafting Hoopz, New York and Pumkin in the first round was the way to go, so surprising to see him take Brandi, who wasn’t even in Flavor of Love but on Rock of Love.  Rookie mistake!  Or maybe I should say roofie mistake.  So, yesterday, Matt Boyd went 9 IP, 0 ER, 2 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 5.33, losing his no-hitter with two outs in the 9th inning.  He throws a handful of pitches, literally.  Five in total:  fastball (92 MPH), cutter, slider (slutter?), change and curve.  His arsenal is nothing to boot (footy pun!).  Of course, five pitches that are all garbage isn’t exactly the meow’s cat.  As of yesterday, only his curve was a plus pitch.  He is only 26 years old, so maybe a 5.00 xFIP doesn’t give the whole picture/pitcher (stutterer!).   Of course, at this time of the year, only his next start matters, and the Stream-o-Nator actually has it as the smallest of positives.  So, you got it, Flav, “Yeah, Boyd!!!”  Anyway, here’s what else I saw this weekend in fantasy baseball:

Miguel Cabrera – Out with back tightness, but won’t be shut down.  Ausmus did say something legitimately funny.  On shutting Miggy down, he said, “He’s about to get four months off.  He needs four months and two weeks?”  For the first time, I hear the Jewish in Ausmus.

Mikie Mahtook – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 12th homer, and 2nd homer in his last seven games.  On our Player Rater, who’s higher, Mahtook or Miggy?  To avoid aneurysms, it’s still Miggy, but I wouldn’t have Mahtook you for a dope if you guessed Mikie.

Nick Castellanos – 2-for-5, 4 RBIs and his 23rd homer, and he was in Friday’s Buy column, because Exitolas Velocitanos isn’t just a disciple of the Homer, because he’s Greek.

Jeimer Candelario – 3-for-3, 3 runs, 4 RBIs and his 3rd homer, and 2nd homer in the last four games.  Yes, appears schmotato, but one caveat on all of these Tigers hitters, they were facing the Pale Hose, which is also the name of a white supremacist brothel.

Reynaldo Lopez – 7 IP, 4 ER, 9 baserunners, 1 K, ERA at 4.84.  His peripherals — 5.9 K/9, 3.1 BB/9 — couldn’t be more antithetical to his stuff-slash-minor league numbers-slash-axl.  Of course, for this year, the only thing that matters is his next start, and I agree with the Stream-o-Nator and wouldn’t mess with it.

Cody Bellinger – 0-for-4 and hit his 38th homer on Saturday, which ties the NL rookie record.  He tied Frank Robinson and Wally Berger, which is also what John Candy ate five per day while filming Vacation.

Ryan Zimmerman – 3-for-4, 4 RBIs and his 32nd and 33rd homer.  Ugh, can he just go away already?

Eddie Rosario – 3-for-5 and his 25th and 26th homer.  I know this is counterintuitive to everything you know, but I’d want no part of the Twins’ offense right now.  Luckily, most have checked out to fantasy football, so Rosario’s price next 2018 will be deflated compared to where it should be, i.e., sleeper.

Byron Buxton – 3-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 16th homer, hitting…Guess.  Keep in mind, he was struggling to hit .200 in June, and hit .216 at the break.  He’s hitting .258!  Dizzamn, serious 2nd half guy in his young career.

Josh Donaldson – 2-for-4, 3 runs and his 29th and 30th homers, and four homers this weekend.  On June 1st, he had 3 homers.  Yup.

Dallas Keuchel – 6 IP, 1 ER, 6 baserunners, 4 Ks, ERA at 2.96.  For all intensive porpoises, Keuchel has been an ace, but he has likely one and a half starts left, and the Stream-o-Nator doesn’t love his next one.  I think he will be fine in his next start, but after that he might throw three innings while resting for the playoffs.

Justin Verlander – 7 IP, 1 ER, 4 baserunners, 10 Ks, ERA at 3.50, and 202 Ks in 193 IP, as the Astros clinched the AL West.  Kinda pumped about the playoffs this year.  Gonna be hard to choose who to root for between the Dodgers and Astros, if they both get to the World Series.  Dodgers, because, well, I’m in LA; Astros because of Harvey.  If it went seven with the Astros squeaking it out, I’d be happy.  Now watch it be Minnesota vs. the Diamondbacks.

George Springer – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 32nd homer.  Whoa, he didn’t retire from baseball in July to start an alpaca farm?

Marwin Gonzalez – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 22nd homer.  Epiphany Alert!  The Astros were the best offense in the majors in the 1st half by a large margin.  I’m guessing they weren’t the best offense in the majors in the 2nd half.

Danny Duffy – 5 IP, 1 ER, 1 hit, zero walks, 8 Ks, ERA at 3.71, as he was activated from the DL with his elbow injury.  A starter in the last two weeks of the season with an elbow injury is not likely where you want to invest all your savings — I hear Beanie Babies are a great investment though — but the results here make me think the elbow injury is behind Duffy.

Jason Kipnis – 0-for-2 as he was activated from the DL and played center field, and hit 7th.  This was his 1st game in the outfield since 2009 in Rookie ball.  Shorthand:  Cleveland is more Cavs than Cav-nots with Kipnis out of the lineup, so let’s try and get him injured again.

Michael BrantleyIndians don’t have a return date for Brantley.  Reading between the lines:  can we get Brantley to run into Kipnis?

Corey Kluber – 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 9 Ks, ERA at 2.35.  He’s done more than enough, but it’s worth pointing out that his ERA from June until yesterday is 1.69 in 154 1/3 IP, and he was complaining of an injury in April/May.  So, a 1.69 ERA when healthy in more than 150 innings.  *fans self like a Southern belle*  One sixty-nine indeed.  Oh, and he has 252 Ks in 191 2/3 IP.  *puts handkerchief to forehead and faints*

Edwin Encarnacion – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 36th homer, hitting .253.  We should just expect 35+ HRs and .255 until we see different.  Yeah, at some point it’s going to make sense to ignore him in March, but right now we’re just guessing when the bottom is going to fall out like that paper bag with a St. Ides.

Jake Odorizzi – 6 IP, 2 ER, 3 baserunners (1 hit), 6 Ks, ERA at 4.46.  The hit he allowed was a 2-run homer to Jackie Bradley, who sounds like a role Melissa Leo would play.  Odorizzi’s next start is hideous with emphasis on the O’s.

Eduardo Rodriguez – 5 2/3 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 4.15.  If past results equal future results, his next start will be 5 2/3-6 IP and 2-5 ER.

Zach Davies – 4 IP, 6 ER, in what should’ve been an easy matchup, as his ERA rises to 3.89.  Could Davies’ last genie wish have been, “Look great all season to rope fantasy owners in to trusting me in their H2H playoffs, then pitch as terribly as I’m capable?”  If so, what a bastard!

Brandon Woodruff – 7 IP, 3 ER, 8 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 3.28.  Of course, he’s overachieving.  The entire Brewers’ pitching staff has overachieved all year.  Woodruff gets the Cubs next, which seems like an avoid, but knowing the Brewers, he’ll throw a shutout.

Matt Olson – 1-for-4 and his 21st homer.  Holy shizzballs, he’s out Rhysus’ing Rhysus.  Yo, Olson, you religious figure?  You Allahson?  Oh, Allahson, your aim is true.

Sean Manaea – 5 IP, 1 ER (2 unearned), 8 baserunners, 4 Ks, ERA at 4.56.  For those slow on the uptake like a clogged straw, this was not a great start by Manaea.

Garrett Richards – 5 IP, 2 ER, 3 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 2.00.  Any guy that can barely throw 75 pitches is not someone I’d be looking at right now.  On a positive note, at least this Richards didn’t drop the n-word.

Joey Gallo – 1-for-4 and his 38th homer, hitting .211.  If he can get his average up to .250 next year on a wing and a pray, he could be gorge.  Or if an 80’s rocker is reading, a Winger and Living on a Prayer.

Taijuan Walker – 5 IP, 4 ER, 10 baserunners, vs. the Aints, ERA at 3.45.  I’m not shizzing you when I say, I can’t even imagine how a pitcher could give up four earned runs to the Giants right now in only five innings.  As Vizzini would say, inconceivable!

J.D. Martinez – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 40th homer.  Or, ya know, a home run every 9.7 ABs.

Pablo Sandoval – 2-for-3, 3 RBIs and his 7th homer, hitting .197.  Lindsay Lohan has aged better than Sandoval.

Ivan Nova – 6 1/3 IP, 2 ER, 4 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 4.20.  Had his best start of the 2nd half, but it was reported he was “favoring his groin.”  Could’ve been worse, he could’ve been on Facebook favoriting his groin.

Gerrit Cole – 5 IP, 4 ER, 7 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 4.13.  From Keith Law in 2011 when the Pirates selected Cole as their number one pick overall, “The Pirates are still seriously on Danny Hultzen and Bubba Starling, and I wouldn’t rule Anthony Rendon out entirely, but my gut tells me right now they’ll find Cole’s raw stuff — he hit 101 for me on Friday night and touched 100 many times, including in the eighth inning — too good to pass up.”  If you took everything Keith Law has ever said with a grain of salt, you’d have high blood pressure.

Sal Romano – 8 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 4.07.  That’s how you sprinkle cheese on those meatballs!

Robert Stephenson – 6 IP, 0 ER, 4 baserunners, 8 Ks, ERA at 5.01.  Looks like Robert Stephenson got the best of the Pirates, blanking them.  Could even say he planked them.  After every K, he said “How you like Treasure Island?”

Scooter Gennett – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 25th homer.  Also, in this game, Eugenio Suarez (1-for-3, 2 RBIs) hit his 26th homer.  When the season ends, I’ll be going over a recap of all positions.  However, in March, you would’ve been better off with Scooter/Eugenio instead of Cano/Kyle Seager.  It’s okay to cry.

Jake Arrieta – Might return next week, after throwing a bullpen session of 42 pitches on Saturday.  Jackie Robinson would’ve been honored.

Kyle Schwarber – 1-for-4 and his 27th homer, hitting .207.  Never in a million years would’ve thought in March that I’d be saying this now, but Schwarber’s going to be undervalued in 2018.

Tim Beckham – 1-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 22nd homer.  Without any actual research (what a change of pace!), the Beckham trade is the best the Orioles have done on the trading market in ten years.

Jordan Montgomery – 6 IP, 0 ER, 5 baserunners, 6 Ks, ERA at 4.06.  Surprised the Yankees are still throwing him for so many innings.  Next year, he’s gonna be as good as worthless, or on the Mets.

Didi Gregorius – 1-for-4 and a home run, hitting .294.  Guess how many HRs The Gregorius D.I.D. has.  Remember he missed almost all of April.  24 HRs!  Didi, do it to me one more time!

Sonny Gray – 4 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 3.38.  To get this start on the last day of your H2H playoffs is enough to make you *pinkie to mount* an-Gray.

Robert Gsellman – 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 5.22.  G’s usually move in silence like lasagna, but nothing moves in silence about Gazelle-man with his loud outs.  After yesterday’s game, he was talking about how he learned a change from career minor leaguer Cory Burns, who is in Double-A.  Mets’ coaching staff — top notch!

Noah Syndergaard – Not yet ready for games.  The Mets will A) Shut him down.  B) Rush him back for the last week of the season, so he hurts himself even worse.  C) There’s no C.  D) Have their trainer, who has an online degree from the University of Phoenix, operate on Thor’s elbow even though the problem is with his lat.  E) Half their trainer in a magic trick gone wrong.

 
  1. Blevins says:
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    Beltre, Devers, Eugenio Suarez or Baez ROS at 3B?

    • b the esq. says:
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      @Blevins: Devers

  2. Packers says:
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    The Tigers are playing Castellanos in right field to get his bat and Candelario’s in the lineup. Ausmus made a horrible managerial decision not replacing Castelanos defensively in the 9th inning or even earlier with a double diget lead. The hit allowed was to right center where Cast took the wrong route to the ball. I’m not sure even a Pillar could have made the catch but at least put your best defensive outfielder in when the guy is throwing a no hitter. Shame on Ausmus.

    • Fishinrob says:
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      @Packers: I had the same argument with my buddy! Bad move on his part. You gotta play it like it’s game 7 of the World Series !

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Packers: Man, that’s a terrible call by Ausmus

    • Ante Galic says:
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      @Packers: Agreed totally. The HR that Nicky Delmonico hit was on a rope, okay! But it just cleared the wall landing in the FIRST row!!! Castellanos gave it about a 5% Mike Trout attempt at catching it or 1% of a Kirby Puckett attempt, you be the judge!

      Cheers,
      Ante

  3. Jw says:
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    Stream Taillon in a 10 team league? Streamonator loves the start but seems like a ballsy move….

    • Slappy Jack says:
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      @Jw: high fives

    • b the esq. says:
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      @Jw: Would take some serious ball to stream Taillon

    • Bill says:
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      @Jw: In the same spot. It’s no doubt risky, but if the skipped start helped him work on some things and get straightened out, it could be a high-reward move, too.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jw: What’s the matchup

      • Bill says:
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        @Grey: Tonight vs MIL and, if he starts Sunday, vs STL.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          @Bill: I really don’t trust him

  4. Milarky says:
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    Which two should I roll with this week at DH? It’s coming down to the wire – I’ve got my SBs filled elsewhere, but really looking for as much protection as possible in the other offensive categories.

    Chris Davis
    Solarte
    Thames
    Semien
    G. Polanco

    • b the esq. says:
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      @Milarky: Semien and Davis

    • Curious George Springer says:
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      @Milarky: if you can platoon him, I’d say Thames. He’s hot right now, but doesn’t play against LHPs

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Milarky: CGS brings up a good point… Davis, Solarte, if can’t platoon

      • Milarky says:
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        @Grey: It’s a weekly lineup setting, so I can’t platoon him. I did have a quick look and I think right now MIL is lined up to face 4 righties and 2 lefties, if that changes anything.

        • Grey

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          I’d forget Thames then

  5. MarvPesos

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    Hey Grey,

    Last Week ! thanks for all the help this year, loving the articles to start my day this baseball season.

    H2H 10-team cat. keeper (keep12) balanced stats (R,H,HR,RBI,SB,BB,AVG, OPS,XBH / W,CG,SV,K,GIDP,ERA,WHIP,QS)

    I have 2 moves left for this week. Also keep in mind it is a keeper league (keep 12)

    1) Would you drop Diaz (still have Davis, Chapman, Holland) to capitalize on any of these 2 starters : T. Skaggs (CLE, HOU) or M. Leake (TEX, CLE)
    2) Should I pick up a catcher to fill my empty spot ? If so who do I drop ? Catchers available are: W. Castillo, R. Chirinos, M. Zuzino, A. Avila

    Waiver:
    Hit –M. Olsen, E. Rosario ,Jose Reyes, M. Reynolds, M. Haniger, J. Martinez, I. Kinsler, M Trumbo, T. Beckham, N. Castellanos, K. Morales, J. Polanco, T. Mancini, M. Taylor, T. Anderson
    PIT –H-Jin Ryu , D Fister, , Jose Urena,

    My Team:
    C – EMPTY
    1B – Paul Goldschmidt
    2B – Brian Dozier
    3B – Nolan Arenado
    SS – Xander Bogearts
    Mi – Trea Turner
    CI – Justin Turner
    LF – Ryan Braun
    CF – Charlie Blackmon
    RF – Carlos Gonzalez
    Util- Andrew McCutchen
    BN – Christian Yelich

    Sp – Carlos Carrasco
    SP – Gerrit Cole
    SP – Justin Verlander
    RP – Aroldis Chapman
    Rp – Greg Holland
    P- Edwin Diaz
    P – Wade Davis
    BN- German Marquez (2 start)
    BN – Masahiro Tanaka
    BN –T. Bauer
    BN –Jose Quintana
    BN – Alex Wood
    BN – James Paxton
    thanks in advance

    • b the esq. says:
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      @MarV: 1) No. Neither of those pitchers have matchups that are “capitalizing”, particularly skaggs unless CLE and HOU shut things down with their divisions clinched.

      2) I would dump Bauer for either a Zunino at C or Reyes becuase X has not been lighting it up.

    • Curious George Springer says:
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      @MarV: I would drop Paxton for Zunino. No way you’re trusting Paxton in H2H this week after what he did last week.

        • Curious George Springer says:
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          @Grey: Fair enough, assuming Paxton would be a keeper. As you say all the time, it’s basically impossible to diagnose that from afar.

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Yeah, totally

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @MarV: Thanks! 1. Nah 2. Diaz for Zunino sounds fine

      • MarvPesos

        MarV says:
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        @Grey: Alright, thanks everyone ! good luck in your leagues if you’re still playing.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  6. Actionpants says:
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    Good morning,

    Great write up as usual. Some advice if you don’t mind:

    I’m in a head to head R/RBI/HR/OBP/SLG league and filling the holes behind home plate is Yasmani Grandal. I need to upgrade at catcher and could use someone that’s heating up to contribute in the playoffs.

    Is Austin Barnes a viable option? 2 position eligibility on a team that needs a hit streak and has a catcher that’s struggling. At Bats are a concern, do you see those increasing enough during grandals slump to warrant a Barnes pick up?

    (Chirinos is avail but seems to be cooling. Others avail are Ramos, Avila, Vazquez)

    Thanks for your time.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Actionpants: I’d go any of those other catchers over Barnes

    • Stumanji! says:
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      @Actionpants: I was in the same boat and went with Christian Vazquez over Grandal. He’s been pretty hot and Sox seem determined to keep his bat in the lineup, e.g., he’s DHing today.

  7. Brad says:
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    In the semis, looking to strengthen my bats. Should I replace Dickerson and / or Villar with Candelario or Villar? Thanks for the help this season!

    • Brad says:
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      @Brad: @Brad: That meant to say replace either or both of those guys with Candelario or Didi

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Brad: Yes, both

  8. Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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    Should I sit Gio against the Braves (for someone like Josh Hader or Daniel Mengden off of waivers?) He has shit numbers against them and got creamed last time out. Also in my weekly edition of middle infield roulette should I start Asdrubal or Eduardo Escobar at SS?

    • Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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      also, chasing the hot hand, should I consider benching Justin Turner for Chase Headley?

      • Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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        or Candelario. Looking for the lowest downside for AVG at CI/MI….

      • Not the real Hubie Brooks says:
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        thanks, boss.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  9. Peteo says:
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    Just in case you missed this ESPN FB Quote of the Year contender:

    ” Most importantly, [Jon Gray]’s 3.75 ERA is significantly better than his career mark of 3.75, making him a serviceable fantasy asset in all but the shallowest of leagues.”

  10. iKon

    iKon says:
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    Is Brad Ziegler just dead to the world? I feel like I haven’t heard any update on him in a week. Have to drop at this point right?

    • b the esq. says:
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      @iKon: Drop. When he was alive to the world, was he doing anything positive?

      • iKon

        iKon says:
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        @b the esq.: he had a great August and pulled together maybe 10 saves but has some neck issue and haven’t heard a thing since

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @iKon: He’s injured

  11. mcmi11ions says:
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    The Weekly Pitcher Planner marked Boyd as a stream yesterday. Arguably the best stream pickup of the year. Of course I ended up losing my H2H playoff match on a tiebreaker, but Boyd was a big reason it even went that far. If i had gotten 1 extra RBI during the week, I would have won. Oh well. Still alive in one league…

    Thanks for all your help this year Grey and Co. After being a reader/infrequent commenter for the better part of 3 or 4 years, I dove in and got a membership to SON and HT, and I’ll be getting them again next year. It’s been a fun season with you all virtually everyday.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @mcmi11ions: Thanks for the kind words! Sorry you lost in the tiebreaker

  12. Buxton Turner Overdrive says:
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    In the finals of my 14-Team H2H League; My starting pitching has mostly good matchups except Pomeranz @ BAL (Gausman) tomorrow, would you sit him?

    Strasburg @ NYM
    Tanaka vs MIN
    Pomeranz @ BAL
    Godley @ SD
    Duffy @ CWS
    Peacock vs CWS
    McHugh vs CWS, vs LAA
    Walker vs MIA

  13. baseballing says:
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    Hi Grey, please pick 3 to start this week (Points league).

    Hendricks @MIL
    Maeda @PHI
    Samardzija @LAD
    Flaherty @CIN and @PIT
    Gohara vs. WAS and vs. PHI
    Taillon (maybe 2 starts vs. MIL and vs. STL, but I can’t tell for sure)

    Thanks!

    • b the esq. says:
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      @baseballing: Hendricks, Maeda, Flaherty. I don’t trust Shark at LAD

  14. Screwballs says:
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    Grey,

    Another great write-up! Nice Elvis C reference today.

    I finally made it back to the Championship in my 10 team H2H keeper league due in no small part to my daily dose of Razzball, along with watching the detectives.

    We use QS instead of wins. I am facing a team loaded with SP talent. He has Kershaw, Greinke, Verlander, Bundy, Pomeranz, E-Rod, Z Davies, and Nola. I counter with Straily, Stroman, Roark, Tanaka, J Gray, Morton, Cueto and Hill. I also have G Cole who may not pitch this week.

    I would like to get your thoughts on ranking the following streamers [I can grab up to 5]:

    • Snell-CHC [12.0]
    • McHugh-CWS [13.5]
    • C Richard-ARI [3.4, with .62 QS]
    • Moore-COL [14.4]
    [email protected] [-3.7]
    • Happ-KC [7.9]
    [email protected] [10.4]
    • Boyd-MIN [1.2]
    • Kuhl-STL [5.0]

    Thanks in advance for the advice today and throughout the year!

    • b the esq. says:
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      @Screwballs: Snell, McHugh, Porcello, Happ, Kuhl would be my top 5.

      Despite SoN, I inherently don’t trust Matt Moore.

      Boyd was ridiculous this weekend, which feels to me that he gets lit up this week.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Screwballs: Thanks! Haha… Is McHugh going to pitch a full game? I’d Google and try to figure out… But if so, McHugh, Porcello, Moore, Snell

  15. b the esq. says:
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    H2H championship week. QS instead of wins.

    Only allowed 7 moves per week, so not full on streaming, but in the most advised matchups.

    McHugh or Cueto tomorrow. SoN has them back to back with McHugh slightly more valued, but less likely to get a QS. Obviously ratios and Ks matter too.

    Flaherty, CC or Marquez are also available for tomorrow if you like any of them better but SoN is not as high on any of those 3.

    Thoughts? Thanks!

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        @Grey: Assuming McHugh will pitch full game, see above comment

  16. joeg414 says:
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    Good morning All , reaching my Games Started limit . Looking for Middle rp / Long men, got my eye on David Price , Joe Musgrove and Mike Montgomery.
    Any other non closers out there ?

    • b the esq. says:
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      @joeg414: Who is available? Archie Bradley, Devenski, Bryan Shaw, Betances, Barraclough.

  17. Jason Morgan says:
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    Who do you like in a points league? Need to pick three. Thanks.

    McHugh (CHW, LAA)
    Fister (@BAL, @CIN)
    Tanaka (MIN)
    Wood (@PHI)
    Quintana (@MIL)
    Jon Gray (@SD)
    Samardzija (@LAD)

    • b the esq. says:
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      @Jason Morgan: McHugh, Wood, Tanaka

      • Jason Morgan says:
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        @Grey: Wood in Philly doesn’t scare you?