(The following is the Introduction to my new (e)book, Pigeons on a Table!  To purchase, click here.  It’s $5.  I will be donating a portion to my growing stomach.  After you buy it, I’ll email you the (e)book.  It is available in ePub, MOBI and PDF formats, i.e., it’ll open on your computer or mobile device.)

INTRODUCTION

After the success of my e-book, Who Is Grey Albright?, and its straightforward, plain-spoken — help me out here, thesaurus… Undisguised? Open-bordered? Candid? Yes! Candid! – candid approach, I decided to take a different tack for my second book. By the way, if you want to read Who Is Grey Albright? you can right here:  Sorry, if that’s hard to read. I copied the entire Who Is Grey Albright? book between the colon and “Sorry,” but put it in .000000000000000000000000001-point font. You have to get closer to read it. Maybe try a magnifying glass. You don’t have a magnifying glass? What if you do have a magnifying glass but your eyesight is so bad you don’t know you have a magnifying glass? That should at least be entertained here, no? Anyway, this book is not candid.

This book is less straight-forward. Who Is Grey Albright? was autobiographical, but this is not. With this book, I wanted escapism to rule the day. Goodbye, me. Hello, observe. Observe. Observe! Siri seems to be giving me problems. Perhaps dictating a book wasn’t the best idea. Not o-b-s-e-r-v-e, but a-b-s-you-r-d. Okay, Siri, that’s close enough. The absurd. That’s where we’re headed with this book.

I’ve always been a big fan of Woody Allen’s books….Snooze! Seriously, where am I and what was I saying? Oh, my inspiration. Right. Well, if you enjoy absurdity, I suggest you start reading this book right now, because this is going to knock your sucks off. Okay, really done with Siri now.

This is a collection of humorous essays. Some essays bleed into others, while some are standalone. Some aren’t even essays. For instance, I’m not sure if I’d call, The Shopping List for the World’s Fattest Man, an essay as much as words sitting on a piece of paper that just happen to be together. I didn’t proofread anything for longer than a minute, so if there are typos, I blame my editor. I’m kidding; I didn’t have an editor!

Somehow, this book came together in a way that was absolutely perfect. It just…flowed. Right after I spent sixteen months trying to come up with a title. Maybe there was nothing to call this book of humorous essays. Essays? It was a stew of dopey. A brew of dumb. A chowder of nonsense. A chowder of nonsense… *feeling each word come off my tongue* A… Chowder… Of… Nonsense…

A Chowder of Nonsense in a bread bowl filled with words and letters and stories and essays and…. I’m just hungry because I haven’t yet eaten lunch. This is terrible. A chowder of nonsense sounds like a collection of words that meant something else entirely in the 1700s.

For instance, a chowder is the name for a group of pigeons and nonsense was the archaic name for a table. So, this book is a table with pigeons on it? Terrific. Wait, that’s it! Pigeons on a Table! “Pigeons on a Table!” translates literally to mean a chowder of nonsense, and pigeons move around with no rhyme or reason and occasionally shit.

When I began writing this introduction, I had no title in mind, now I do. This is inspiring. If you’re aimless, with no direction, you too can come up with a title for a book of essays. Damn, this may as well be a self-help book about figuring out how to title a book.

This collection of essays — or as Hispanics call them ‘esses’ – is meant to be read from beginning to end, but I bet if you read it backwards, you’d understand it just fine. Here, I’ll get you started: dnE ehT is actually The End.

Now if you started at the end and worked backwards, sorry you just read all of that, but you have to admit there were moments. Like when I wrote that one thing…or that other! Damn, that was good too!

–To purchase, click here.

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David Niven
David Niven
5 years ago

Cool, just bought it. You deal solid content bro. Congrats on finishing it and thanks, as always, for the top work you do here daily.

Pat
Pat
5 years ago

Bought the book and can’t wait to read it! Congrats Grey

JimmySuitcase
JimmySuitcase
5 years ago

Grey – need help with my keepers. Yearly auction draft – get to keep up to 3 players. The price is the average of average auction value of 2017 plus the price they were drafted at last year. I have a $260 budget. Here are my options:

-Harper – $42
-Votto – $29
-Donaldson – $39
-Polanco – $21
-Segura – $13.5

Which 3 should I keep?

Nitro
Nitro
5 years ago

Please pick best pitcher for the year( I know to check your rankings just wondering what you think today):
Snell
Conley
Berrios
Liriano
Gsellman

Thanks!

Jeff
Jeff
5 years ago

Hey Grey –

First, thanks for all your help last year. Your advice was huge and helpful.

Here’s where I am now. 12 team league, 6×6 (R, RBI, OBP, SLG, SBN, HR; IP, QS, SV+HLD, K/9, ERA, WHIP). Auction Keeper League, Players kept at last year’s value. Roster size: 14 Offense, 9 P, 4 Bench. I can keep 4 offensive players and 3 pitchers. here’s who I’m considering:

Gary Sanchez – $1
Corey Seager – $1
Mookie Betts – $16
Charlie Blackmon – $8
David Dahl – $1
AJ Pollock – $2
Mark Trumbo – $12
DJ LeMahieu – $13

I like the first four, but I know Sanchez may be shaky – still the upside seems much greater than the $1 price tag. Would you do things differently?

As for pitchers, I can keep three:

Chris Sale – $28
Stephen Strasburg – $28
Kyle Hendricks – $1
Sean Manaea – $1
Jameson Taillon – $1
Robert Gsellman – $1

Should I keep the top 3 or throw back one of them and keep another $1 pitcher and free up some money? I know it’s important to have an ace, and I love Strasburg when he’s healthy. A little concerned about Sale in the AL East and after his dipped numbers last year. Or should I just keep both of them and have two aces to provide a foundation? Or drop both aces and start with 3 $1 pitchers and fill in with aces using money I’ve saved?

Thanks,
Jeff

Andrew
Andrew
5 years ago

Look forward to reading the book Grey!

Got a quick one today – In a 14-team 7×7 dynasty league where you can keep as many players as you want and the salary increases by $5 each year, who would you rather have?

$5 – Jose Peraza
or
$5 – Jharel Cotton

Coors Canaveral
Coors Canaveral
5 years ago

Do you buy into Bud Black saying this morning that Desmond might be ready to go by the end of April? I’m in the 8th round and he’s still there.

Cram It
Cram It
5 years ago

Almost drafted Lackey last night, but then I heard your voice in my head about how much more boring my team would be if I did just that. So I went Nola.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Why’s Nola boring? Because he’s white?!

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Have no fear, I’m drafting El Duque next to make up for my lack of flair.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: This is the flair thread. Above is the pizzazz thread.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: There’s the Latin flair!

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Are they your 2/3 or 3/4?

Cohen
Cohen
5 years ago

Murphy-Col out 4-6 weeks

Branta
Branta
5 years ago

Speaking of Jef1F league draft, here’s what I ended up with:

C: Tom Murphy
1B: Edwin Encarnacion
2B: Dee Gordon
3B: Kyle Seager
SS: Trevor Story
MI: Tim Anderson
CI: Justin Turner
OF: Mike Trout
OF: AJ Pollock
OF: Nomar Mazara
OF: Adam Duvall
OF: Leonys Martin
UT: Tommy Joseph
BN: Yoan Moncada
BN: Aaron Judge

P: Kenta Maeda
P: Craig Kimbrel
P: Cody Allen
P: Rich Hill
P: Aaron Nola
P: Jameson Taillon
P: Joe Ross
P: Brandon Kintzler
P: Mike Foltynewicz
P: Mike Montgomery

I felt like there was a lot of folks reaching for sleepers in this draft, but then it turned our that based on ADP I did a bunch of my own reaching so I clearly don’t know what I’m talking about.

Branta
Branta
Reply to  Branta
5 years ago

@Branta: Er Mike Montgomery is actually a bench pitcher.

J-FOH
J-FOH
Reply to  Branta
5 years ago

@Branta: you both have too many starters so as long as you are committed to dropping them sooner than later once the season starts than you’ll be fine. Also stashing prospects is cool for now but if they end up being June call ups then it will hurt you. I’m basing this on someone in your league actually knowing how to win the RCL format.

Branta
Branta
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Aaaand now Tom Murphy fractured his forearm. Wow, Rockies, wrap your guys in bubble wrap, please.

Kimo
Kimo
5 years ago

Congrats Grey. Stew of Dopey…delicious!

Send Arrieta for McCullers and Oh in a 14-team dynasty? Other top SPs are MadBum and Stroman.

The Great Knoche
The Great Knoche
5 years ago

Spiffy Sequel.

2nd day in a row same guy no show in NFBC. Worse than Maquis
MAking me actually have to work.

The Great Knoche
The great knoche
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: we never really found out if he was traveling. Now thinking maybe he can’t draft at work.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  The Great Knoche
5 years ago

@The Great Knoche: We have a guy that’s been on autodraft the whole time. Needless to say, it’s helped me since he’s slotted adjacent to me.

The Great Knoche
The great knoche
Reply to  Cram It
5 years ago

@Cram It: only one pick on autodraft after 8 hours. Made his pick right after that and now gone missing again.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  The great knoche
5 years ago

@The great knoche: We’re cruising. After only 6 Rds through the weekend, we’re about to hit Rd 14. Most importantly, I like my team a lot.

The Great Knoche
The Great Knoche
Reply to  Cram It
5 years ago

@Cram It: Yeah. Were still in Round 12. Grabbed Manaea and Mazara in 11 and 12. Big 2nd closer run just happened and I’m on wrong end of it.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  The Great Knoche
5 years ago

@The Great Knoche: I took Mazara in 10th.

I got my closers out of the way in 8 and 9.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: You gave me your login remember?

We all love Maz! Besides, I needed a pizzazz injection.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I have Matz. He has some pizzazz. If for no other reason than I’m adding more Z’s.

I have my eye on The OA

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I’m debating between Pence and someone with flair, or pizzazz. Is Tommy Joseph too white to have either?

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I’ve got one pizzazz lined up, and one flair.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I’m not there yet. I have been chomping to draft Domingo but I think it’s a tad too early.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I’m in the 14th. I like a couple of guys better than him.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Pizzazzy Kepler went right before me. I succumbed to to the Latin flair.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Domingo okay? I went Domingo. I guess if he went Rd 14 for you, it wasn’t too early.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: It was either boring guys like Calhoun, Bruce, Pence, Leonys with no upside, or…Latin Flair! Woo! Or Jhwoo!

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: That’s when I’m at my best. Like a stray cat cornered by a thirsty homeless guy.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Suck the pee right out of it!

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  Cram It
5 years ago

@Cram It: Look at you being all boring and shizz.

What are you in round 37?

The Great Knoche
The Great Knoche
Reply to  Cram It
5 years ago

@Grey: @Cram It: I’d just like to make a pick. Ugh.

The Great Knoche
The Great Knoche
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Yeah Im with Rudy.

Cram It
Cram It
Reply to  The Great Knoche
5 years ago

@The Great Knoche: That blows cat piss. Someone’s trying to wear you down.

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater
Dr. Kenneth Noisewater
5 years ago

Congrats on the book Grey. A collection of essays sounds perfect for illiterates such as myself.

So yesterday was the day after Thanksgiving, right? Help yourself a heaping plate of LEFTOVERS?

Dr. Kenneth Noisewater
Dr. Kenneth Noisewater
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Ha, I was just giving you shit.

Oh nice…I didn’t think you were actually going to watch. Stick with it, intriguing is a good word for it.

Halp
Halp
5 years ago

Congrats, Grey! It sounds awesome. Just bought one. Can’t wait …

Halp
Halp
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Sounds like a plan … once I figure out how to open it

Halp
Halp
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: PDF would be highly appreciated

Halp
Halp
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: You’re the man. Best customer service I’ve ever experienced :)

Halp
Halp
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: haha

Halp
Halp
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Just saw this comment. Yea, I’m still not really over it, ha. Happy I can at least draft around it in my dynasty team and don’t have him in redrafts

Schoolboy P
Schoolboy P
5 years ago

Just purchased the original “Who Is Grey Albright?”

Looking forward to the read on the flight to Vegas for my draft!

JW
JW
5 years ago

I have a keeper question if anyone wants to weigh in.
I need to decide on 6 keepers,
3 of which are stud hitters and 1 is Kershaw.

For the remaining 2 slots, I can choose from W Myers, H Ramirez, M Sano, Y Darvish, and S Strasburg, among others. Which two of these five do you like best and why?

For context: The league scoring has 28 categories and devalues SB as one of 14 hitting categories vs the standard 5, so Myers’ stolen bases are not as important. Power, getting oon base and pitching ratios are super important.

JW
JW
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey:

Rizzo, Machado, Abreu

JW
JW
Reply to  JW
5 years ago

@JW:

So Rizzo, Machado, Abreu, Myers, Kershaw, Yu?

JW
JW
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey:
Thanks for addressing this.

We Two Util Slots

So I can slot two 1b in those spots…
Rizzo at 1b
Manny at SS
Abreu at Util
Yu SP
Kershaw SP
and myers at OF or Sano at 3b/OF, HanRam would take up my other Util slot.
So It’s a tough call…
Myers and Sano are eligible at positions other than 1b so that helps with lineup flexibility
I feel like HanRam has the highest floor but Myers and Sano have slightly higher ceilings but Sano’s floor is by far the lowest. He could slump and be back in AAA or losing at bats. Yu and Strasburg could be amazing or get hurt, though I am more worried about strasburg than Yu.

Would you keep Strasburg over Myers?

I feel like there will be plenty of good SPs available, so I was leaning toward letting Yu go and keeping 5 hitters and kershaw.

JW
JW
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey:

Thanks brother. Great work on cranking out content day after day!

Kendrick Llama
Kendrick Llama
5 years ago

Awesome stuff Grey!

NEed some help w/ my keepers: $328 budget. I am keeping the following:
Goldy – $50
Arenado – $11
Springer $16
Polanco $11
Bregman – $1

Need to pick 4 more of the following:
Matt Carpenter $33
Justin Turner $1
Miguel Sano $6
Dansby Swanson $8
Carlos Martinez $37
Geritt Cole $16
Fulmer $1
Keuchel $6
Velasquez $1
Joe Ross $8

What do you think? 5 x 5 cats. In the past big hitters and pitchers have gone for outrageous price (example $60 for bautista last year)

Rufus T. Firefly
Rufus T. Firefly
5 years ago

Woody Allen’s books/movies (along with Philip Roth, the Marx Brothers and maybe Elie Weisel) were the building blocks of the Jewish suburban kids’ worldview. Woody Allen’s NYC seemed like the most grown-up and romantic place on earth….Looking forward to reading your computerized book.

Unrelated– Buxton or Keon in a league that counts walks? Thanks!!

Five-On-One
Five-On-One
5 years ago

Hi Grey – Not to be a total tool (so here comes the tool-like comment, sort of like ‘no offense intended’), but when are the rest of your [position] to target posts coming out. My draft is this weekend, and I need Grey’s list of players to target late.

Thanks.

Lincecuminmypants
Lincecuminmypants
5 years ago

Congrats on the new book (e-congrats?)! I still need to check out “Who is…” but I’m waiting for you to do a signing (e-book signing) in Boston.

Trade question. In my keeper draft H2H league, couldn’t get another team to take my Thor (15th round)+Mazara (19th) for his Seager (15th)or Story (16th) + Myers (19th). Now I may be able to get Blackmon (2nd)+Marte (5th) for my Syndergaard (15th). Is it worth it or should I stand pat. I should mentioned that I have Miggy and Goldy taking up Rounds 1+2, so Blackmon would be a 3rd round keeper.

Thanks!

Lincecuminmypants
Lincecuminmypants
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Many thanks! If/when you get back here, I’ll take you to Fenway. I won’t even bring up the fact that I think I now remember something about you attending the second best college on Comm Ave.

peacecoast aka the lead greysciple
peacecoast aka the lead greysciple
Reply to  Lincecuminmypants
5 years ago

@Lincecuminmypants: I live in Boston too!

Lincecuminmypants
Lincecuminmypants
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Sounds great! Let the Dunkin’s, Afflecks and undercurrents of racism fly, baby!

Chucky
Chucky
5 years ago

Given your confidence in your 5 keepers, I like your high risk high reward theory. Getting two potential middle of the order Rockies bats is a win win. Its not like your WW doesn’t have candidates to hold the fort down. I’m higher on Peralta than the rest but Domingo looks like he may be coming into his own, after his injury riddled 2016.

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

Draft strategy question for the group:

12 team roto keeper league (weekly lineup) question for the group:

Our draft is auction format for the starting spots, followed by reserve round snake draft for 7 $0 bench spots.

What do you think about drafting both Dahl and Desmond (provided that I can get them for no more than $10, ideally less) in my OF4 and OF5 spots so that I can DL them both, and then grab my early 4th and 5th outfielders in the waiver round? Would suck for the first month or two, but could lead to a huge boon by May/June/July and in future seasons…

In the waiver round, I could probably grab guys like Kiermaier, Peralta, Leonys, Renfroe, Domingo Santana, etc.

If relevant, my 5 keepers are all middle of the order 30 HR / 100 RBI type top 35 bats.

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

@Duda Want to Build a Snowman?: Works for me in a keeper league…You have pretty good options to fill the gap too.

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Reply to  JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

@JeF WiTh 1 F: Thanks! Yeah, by keeping the big boppers I think I have more flexibility to go full SAGNOF and upside in the back end of my OF anyway.

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Thanks. Just saw today that Desmond is expected back pretty soon actually . . . late April! Don’t tell my leaguemates that…

Unfortunately, same can’t be said for Tom Murphy (UGH!). Speaking of which, is Tony Wolters now a boring but relatively safe C2 with regular playing time in 12 teamers, or are we still avoiding?

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Oh forget it. Gimmie Molina and at least AVG help over that BS. ahah

Beware the Shit Rope
Beware the Shit Rope
Reply to  Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

@Duda Want to Build a Snowman?: i’d bet murphy is back producing useful at bats before desmond is. 4-6 forearms usually do better than broken hands, hands down.

yes i’m aware of the COL manager claiming “back late april” for desmond, i’ll stick with everything i’ve read about broken hands and this being useful at bats returning no earlier than around may 28th for desmond.

Chud
Chud
5 years ago

Congrats on the new book! Will definitely be checking that out n letting my friends know about it!

Trying to finalize full keeper salary deal:

I give Cano($38)/Abreu ($16)/Pineda ($1)

I get Dozier($13)/Hosmer ($18)/Lackey ($12).

Who wins?

Thanks!

SHItbird
SHItbird
5 years ago

I was holding out for the sequel ‘What is Grey Albright’ but this’ll do nicely. How long beforethe cackle filled audio book is available?

Beware the Shit Rope
Beware the Shit Rope
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: F’ing A you should

Rabbit
Rabbit
5 years ago

Grey, is it correct you started this site in late 2007? I just went back and read the Intro to Who is Grey Albright? (and googled WGA strike) and that is what it indicates. I would have thought it was earlier, because I thought I was reading you at least by the 2007 season but it looks like the earliest I could have been reading Razzball was for the 2008 season. You going to have a big celebration for your 10th anniversary later this year? Congrats on the new book–I think this will finally make me get around to purchasing Who Is Grey Albright? Yeah, I move pretty slowly. Gotta look into getting me one of them “smart” phones.

Joliet Jake
Joliet Jake
5 years ago

Do you ever look to keep closers in leagues? Based on value I’m torn between keeping Dee Gordon ($12), Todd Frazier ($12) or Seung Hwan Oh ($3). I’m expecting Gordon to be at or less than the keeper value, Frazier to get upwards of $15-20, and Oh to get around $15-18. H2H league with 6×6 stats (extra are OPS & K/9). I’ve never even thought of keeping closers before, but now am contemplating it.

Goldie showers
Goldie showers
5 years ago

Congrats on the book. A quick keeper conundrum for y’all…Blackmon or correa? Hate even entertaining the thought of not keeping correa but seems like the position is getting so deep… my other keepers are arenado/goldy/altuve. Can someone talk me off the ledge? Please?!!

Mad Beach Bums
Mad Beach Bums
Reply to  Goldie showers
5 years ago

@Goldie showers: It’s easily Correa. Sure the position is deeper than usual but he’s too young and too good. Blackmon is 30 I think and if he ever gets traded from coors his value drops.

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

Congrats on the book/essays/esses

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

Had my RCL draft last night, here’s that squad
C. C.Rupp
1b. P.Goldschmidt
2b. J.Segura
3b. A.Rendon
SS. F.Lindor
MI. A.Escobar
CI. A.Pujols
OF. G.Springer
OF. N.Cruz
OF. S.Piscotty
OF. E.Inciarte
OF. D.Santana
Util. H.Renfroe
P. C.Carrasco
P. D.Salazar
P. L.McCullers
P. J.Paxton
P. L.Lynn
P. I.Nova
P. W.Davis
P. J.Familia
P. C.Bedrosian
P. K.Barraclough
P. N.Jones
P. A.Vizciano
Pretty happy with this squad.

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Yeah would have liked to have a lackey type in the staff but didn’t work out..Overall can’t complain though, was drafting on my phone while driving for the first 5 Rounds lol.

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Yeah I was pissed, made the draft for 9pm figuring I’d definitely be home and of course at 930 I’m still driving

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Good Point…I had just dropped my kids off and was still in DAD mode..this was my 5th draft so figured I’d step it up a notch by driving while doing it.

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: Ha..I’ll do it through Siri and see what that bitch picks for me

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: I do love the hitting on this team ..Has a nice Balance to it

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

@JeF WiTh 1 F: I have never owned Trout..not necessarily by choice but just haven’t gotten him

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

@JeF WiTh 1 F: Don’t you Jinx me now

Branta
Branta
Reply to  JeF WiTh 1 F
5 years ago

@JeF WiTh 1 F: It’s over, Jefakin, I have the Mike Trout.

(No, really, I had first pick in this draft last night. I actually kinda hate having first pick)

Gordon $humway
Gordon $humway
5 years ago

Grey- is this available in kindle/mobi format? I hate reading PDFs on the computer screen (sensitive eyes) but if you can get it in kindle format I will buy this. Thanks!

Gordon $humway
Gordon $humway
Reply to  Grey
5 years ago

@Grey: ok cool. I will buy it then. Taking a break from fantasy baseball this year after I finally won my league last year so I’m quite interested in reading your non fantasy writing

Gordon $humway
Gordon $humway
Reply to  Gordon $humway
5 years ago

@Gordon $humway: purchased. And btw- kindle and mobi are the same thing so one should work. Look forward to reading it while stuck at home during this blizzard!

peacecoast aka the lead greysciple
peacecoast aka the lead greysciple
5 years ago

testing my new handle

peacecoast
peacecoast
5 years ago

Remember Grey:

“Excellent read! Mr. Albright accomplishes what so many today lack. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You might get Semien in your eye!”

p.s. first to buy! paypal is drkhaat

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

Speaking of pigeons, any reason to keep a $2 Lamb over a recently-inexplicably-dropped$6 Rendon in a H2H categories league where OBP and OPS categories replace AVG? Keeper salaries would be $5 and $9 respectively…

My team could use a little extra HR pop, and I believe that Lamb’s first half is closer to his potential than that ugly second half . . .

Thanks!

JeF WiTh 1 F
JeF WiTh 1 F
Reply to  Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

@Duda Want to Build a Snowman?: Gotta take Rendon

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
5 years ago

Pigeon Chowder?

Mang
Mang
5 years ago

Can’t wait to check out the book! I need some Grey advice…espn 10 team h2h, we are allowed 1 keeper from last year as our first round pick. My draft order is #5. I have both Goldy and Betts, who should I keep? If I keep Betts I have good shot at getting good 1b player at pick 16. If I keep Goldy I can get OF later as there are a lot.

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
5 years ago

Nice congrats!

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo
Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo
5 years ago

HOLY SHIT, i saw you mention this once recently, but i didn’t think it was near done. i’ll be buying at some point shortly.

Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo
Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo
Reply to  Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo
5 years ago

@Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: oooh, is it like mykel hansen?