I got to thinking and, as with most of my serious introspection, I thought about the old sitcom, Growing Pains.  Twenty-five years ago, Mike Seaver stayed home from school and was surprised to see there were TV shows programmed.  He didn’t understand it.  If he’s usually at school, why are there TV shows? Did life go on without him?  Yes, Mike Seaver dropped some existential philosophy.  If the Growing Pains producers would have known that episode would have driven a hard-living, hooker-screwing machine into a hard-praying, Church-Head, I’m not sure if they ever would’ve did the episode.  But the die was cast.  So this may seem like it has no relevance to Roy Halladay and him missing 6 to 8 weeks with a lat muscle issue, au contraire, mon frere.  If I tell you not to draft pitchers high and Roy Halladay is drafted high, then no one owns him.  In that case, I’d grab him off waivers and stash him on my DL, because he’s not coming back until August.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Jered Weaver – To the DL with a lower back injury.  He says there’s no timetable for his return.  We talk about him on the podcast today (where we have a very special guest), but neither Rudy or I are particularly excited about a pitcher with a back injury.  In his place, the Angels brought up Garrett Richards.  (So, now when Richards is in the clubhouse, he says, “Hey, what’s this?”  And someone else says, “Don’t touch that.” But someone else says, “It’s okay, he’s with the team.  That’s a Bobby Grich doll with the face painted green that we call Bobby Grinch.”)  From what I can gather looking at Richards’s numbers (granted, they’re in the PCL), is I’m not going near him in most mixed leagues.  Through 56 1/3 IP, Richards has a 7+ K-rate and 4+ walk rate.  That 2nd number can’t be supported with a K-rate under 9, and last year he was pounded when he pitched for the Angels.  From what I found by searching Garrett in the top left corner of this site, is I talked about Garrett Jones a lot more than I thought and we need a better search function.  Also, I found a mention of Richards calling him a potential major league #4 starter.  As Dracula would say, bleh.  For the kids in the audience, Dracula is Team Edward.

Roy Oswalt – Signed with the Rangers.  I just went over my Roy Oswalt 2012 fantasy.  Here’s some of the important snippets from that post, “Never, Billy,” “American Black Beauty,” and “$400 overalls.”  Hmm… I gotta work on the quote pulls.  Oswalt should be up around the end of June and be a competent fantasy fourth starter.  He’ll either be well-rested or well-rusted and my projections for him will be bested or busted.  Hopefully, the U’s don’t have it.

Jason Marquis – Signed with the Padres to push the theory that every starter is worth starting in Petco to its limits.  Theory That Every Starter Is Worth Starting In Petco, “I’m a bit stressed by this new added pressure.”  See?

Everth Cabrera – 2-for-4 with his 3rd steal, that’s three steals in the last five games.  There’s nothing to see with his average, nothing to see with his power, nothing to see with his name if you have difficulty pronouncing your th’s, but he’s stealing bases.  SAGNOF!

Carlos Quentin – He’s doing his best to bail out the Padres for being sans Quentin all year.  3-for-4 with a HR and a double.  He’s an AVG drain but – much like a second laptop battery – he’s worth picking up when on road trips and you’re in need of extra power.

Hideki Matsui – Homered yesterday.  Quentin, then Matsui, all we need to talk about next is Alfonso Soriano and it’ll be like we’ve traveled back in time.  Peach Fuzz Grey, “Can I draft Ryan Klesko in the first round?”  Mother Grey, “Whatever my soon-to-be-mustachioed man wants he gets!”  I’ll never forget that conversation.  It happened at my bris.

Alfonso Soriano – Hit his 7th homer, and, like, his sixth one in the last 3 games.  He’s about as limber as Methuselah, and the Ghost of his Former Self gets scared when it looks at him, but I’d still own him while he’s hot.

James Russell – He got the save!  And Sveum showed so much confidence in him he didn’t even start the ninth.  There’s Brain Freezes, Mo’nique’s hairy pits from Precious, Heath Bell then Russell, but I’d still own him.

Jhonny Peralta – 2-for-4 with his 2nd homer in as many games.  The H is silent, but deadly.

Ryan Raburn – The man with the matinee idol name was demoted to Triple-A.  Don’t worry, he’s a 2nd half hitter.  2nd half of 2010.  Ooh, Rabuuuuuuurn.

Justin Masterson – He gives (6 IP, 8 K, 0 BB) and he takes away (7 ER, 9 H).  He’s such a person that uh…gives something and then they’re dissatisfied and they wish they had had never, uh…given it to the person that they originally gave it to….  He’s such a, you know…

Daniel Bard – 5 1/3 IP, 2 ER, 7 baserunners, 4 Ks.  He’s averaging under 6 innings per start.  So… When they gonna stretch him out to be a starter?

Dustin Pedroia – Has a torn abductor muscle.  Abductor muscle?  What’s he a mollusk?  Pedroia plans on playing through the torn muscle.   Geez, I never heard of an overeager mollusk.  Doctors are saying if he can’t play through it, he’ll be on the DL for a month.  This doesn’t sound good to me at all.  I’d quickly evaluate what I could get in a trade for him.

Albert Pujols – 2-for-4 with his 8th homer.  On April 27th, I told you to buy Pujols.  Since then, 2nd in the majors in RBIs, 8 homers, and the Sell’s in that post weren’t too bad either.

Mark Trumbo – 2-for-4 with a slam & legs.  Scioscia will probably be lauded for turning this team around from its early season struggles, but, in reality, it just took him 2 months to figure out what most people could’ve told him in March.  Call up Trout and play Trumbo.

Homer Bailey – 9 IP, 1 ER, 5 baserunners, 5 Ks to lower his ERA to 3.73.  Now has 4 solid starts in a row.  So far his K-rate is down from last year and his walk rate is up.  He’s looking like one of those pitchers you trot out there every start in an NL-Only league and are pleasantly surprised by, but have a hard time owning in most mixed leagues.

Todd Frazier – 2-for-3, 1 run, 2 RBIs after going deep on Sunday and not starting Monday in favor of Miguel Cairo.  Cairo:  Where Dusty’s common sense deserts him.

Nate Eovaldi – 7 IP, 2 ER, 5 baserunners, 4 Ks.  Solid start for the 22-year-old.  In Double-A, he had a nice K-rate (7+) and an iffy-at-times walk rate (3+).  Definitely worth a looksie in NL-Only leagues, but he’s a bit risky right now for mixed leagues.  Although, Tommy Lasorda has always been a fan, but that was more because Nate’s last name sounds like olive oil.

Michael Fiers – 7 IP, 1 ER, 5 baserunners, 3 Ks.  Short term, I like Fiers a bit more than Eovaldi.  In Triple-A, he had an 8+ K-rate and an under 3 walk rate.  He’s nothing special for keepers because of his age (26), but he could surprise in NL-Only leagues.

Mike Moustakas – 2-for-4, 4 RBIs and his 8th homer.  It’s Greek Lightning!  Moose Tacos is a hard man to pin down as what to expect this year.  I mean, there’s my preseason projections of 60/20/80/.270/4 that still look totally accurate, but where’s the mystery in that?

Will Smith – 6 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 5 Ks.  It’s summertime and he’s gettin’ jiggy wit it, prospect scouts just don’t understand.

Adam Jones – Two more HRs (now at 16) on a 3’s wild night (3-for-3 with 3 runs and 3 RBIs).  He’s makin’ it rain.

Chris Davis – 3-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 9th homer.  For the amount of times people have commented about dropping him, you’d think he was hitting .220.  He’s hitting .315.  I know he’s burned you in the past.  He apologizes.  He said he didn’t mean to hurt you and bought you a Hallmark card.  C’mon, the card’s got kittens!

Alexei Ramirez – 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs and a SB (his 3rd in 5 games).  Now at .222, the Cuban Missile is slowly resolving his irrelevancy crisis.  But only one HR — can’t Viciedo be a good comrade and share?

Kris MedlenBraves are sending Medlen down to stretch him out.  Warm it up, Kris.  He’s about to.  I love me some Medlen.  We practically grew up together.  Or maybe it was just that I owned him in a few fantasy leagues for a few months a few years ago.  Either way, why do I love every young Braves starter?  Can’t they trade for a stereotypical Twins no Ks/good control starter?  I’m sure Scott Diamond is available.  Last time, Medlen started games for the Braves, he had a near-7 K-rate, an under 2 walk rate with a 3.49 ERA as a flat-billed pitchypus.  In NL-Only leagues, I’d grab him right now.  In most mixed leagues, I’d wait a couple of weeks until he’s due to return.

Freddie Freeman – Will be out until he gets prescription goggles.  Braves are hopeful the goggles will fix his vision problems or at least help him with his sky hook.

Michael Bourn – Hit his 5th homer.  Wait, did MLB adopt that rule change I proposed where everyone under 170 pounds gets to use an aluminum bat?  Cause I looked on the Google machine and saw nothing.

David Freese – Could be out until Friday with a hand sprain.  Uh-oh, just when I thought the Western novel, “Calamities of David Freese,” was out of print.

Yadier Molina – 4-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 8th homer.  Okay, we’re far enough into the season for me to admit that Molina’s been way more valuable than I thought he would be.  But be honest with yourself now, 8 homers before June is more than anyone would’ve expected.  BTW, if I were him, I’d sign my checks like Dennis Miller signing off on the Weekend Update, “I…Am…Yadier!”

Jarrod Parker – 6 IP, 0 ER, 8 baserunners, 4 Ks and the no decision.  Actually, there was a decision.  The decision was made a few weeks ago and was regarding Fuentes becoming the closer.  Cook just had a 23 1/3 IP scoreless streak come to an end, and Balfour has given up three runs since May 8th or the same amount Fuentes gave up last night.  I don’t think Fuentes is out as closer, but the retractable leash’s button is pressed, now all the A’s have to do is pull him in.  Cook’s been better, but I’d go with Balfour first as the handcuff since he’s already had the job.

Coco Crisp – 2-for-2 with a steal yesterday and 2 steals on Sunday.  He’s been terrible (batting .173), but Coco Crisp could get hot like Melky and make the *pinkie to mouth* poor rich.

Ryan Vogelsong – 7 IP, 1 ER, 9 baserunners, 8 Ks.  Over a year of productive pitching.  Now has his ERA down to 2.36, and people still won’t own him.

Hanley Ramirez – Han-Ram with the slam (#8) and legs (#10) against the Nats.  The AVG isn’t there yet (.265) but it seems like he’s on his way to a top 10 Fantasy Baseball Player Rater finish by the end of the year.

Anibal Sanchez – 7 IP, 0 ER, 4 baserunners, 5 Ks as the Marlins gave out 15,000 Gaby Sanchez shirts.

Chad Tracy – Out for the year with groin surgery.  Hopefully the doctors don’t get confused when he puts his last name first on his hospital forms and give him an unwanted nip/tuck.

 
  1. Omar's Comin' Yo says:
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    Frieri: Foreclosure victim.

    Or, as E-40 put it: “My Captain Save-a-hoe got saver-hatered, player. Mustard and mayonnaise!”

    • Prezii says:
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      @Omar’s Comin’ Yo, e-40 luv??? Watttttt…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Omar’s Comin’ Yo, Ha

  2. Prezii says:
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    True shizz on the scioscia comment.. T&T has sparked that lineup card!! And a little P is comin around as well.

    Quick question… Opening up my DL spot when craig comes off of it and i wanna fill it up with feliz.. im not worried about the wait its just his status im concerned about. Do you think he comes off and gets thrown back into the rotation? Does the addition of mr $400 overalls affect that decision?? I guess wat im trying to say is, is neftali worth a DL spot? (Yeah i stuttered) Thats the only guy thats DL’d really worth stashin…

    Thanx!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Prezii, Yup… If there’s no one else worth DL’ing, sure…. Don’t have high hopes for his starting for a while…

      • Prezii says:
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        @Grey, no im just worried bout stashin a reliever.. ill wait it out no prob. It’d be nice to have him as a starter come playoffs.. i just dont want them sayin “oop back to the bullpen!”..

  3. Mystery Meat says:
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    Kemp for Gio and Dunn. Who wins?

    • stoopid says:
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      @Mystery Meat, Kemp side all day long

    • YoMommaSoUggla says:
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      @Mystery Meat, Kemp side is trading AVG, Runs & Steals for a Cy Young quality pitcher and getting pretty much the same power and RBI in return……….if the Kemp side can afford to lose the afformentioned stats and needs pitching, desperately, then it should be considered. I might try to get a little something extra, as a Kemp owner.

    • WhineSpritzer says:
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      @Mystery Meat, Seems pretty fair to me. Maybe a slight edge to the Gio side.

  4. Jordan73 says:
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    Moustakas or Youuuuk the rest of the way? Also, how do you feel about A.J. Ellis the rest of the way? I’ve got him and Miguel Montero, but with players coming off the DL, I’ll probably have to drop one or the other. Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jordan73, Moustakas… Drop Ellis…

  5. Steve says:
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    Are we starting Morrow in all leagues today? I don’t feel like I can trust him all of a sudden…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Steve, I’d start him…

    • WhineSpritzer says:
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      @Steve, I’m starting him in roto. The way the O’s strike out, I have a good feeling it’ll be a double digit K day.

  6. OaktownA's says:
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    hey Grey, have u wavered or soured at all on anthony rizzo because of his wrist and managements insistence on bringing him slowly?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @OaktownA’s, Nope

  7. MrHappyTime says:
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    Grey, would you start Cobb against the red hot White Sox today?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @MrHappyTime, Nope

  8. Sean says:
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    Wow you wrote a “Buy Pujols” column.. Kudos.. such an originally thinker.. who would have ever predicted a turn around!

    • chunk says:
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      @Sean, One of the most originally thinkers on the entirely internet

    • @Sean, Easy to forget that there were a lot of people speculating two or three weeks ago that this season might be the beginning of the end for Albert. The ‘buy’ recommendation just meant that his perceived value was probably lower than his real value at that point.

      But, of course, a guy as smart as you are already knew that.

  9. Derrick says:
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    Reddick for Garza a fair trade?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Derrick, It’s fair

  10. dedalus says:
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    hey grey,

    i’m looking to sell high on c. sale and am curious whom you think he could fetch. thanks

    • chunk says:
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      @dedalus, I just traded middlebrooks and rizzo to get him…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @dedalus, Depends what you need…

      • dedalus says:
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        @Grey, @chunk, I was thinking about pitchers in particular. Hudson or Moore too much, too little to ask for?

        • @dedalus, If you could get Moore for Sale, I’d do it. It’s worth offering.

          Which Hudson is it?

          • long john says:
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            @Enrique, Daniel Hudson.

            • @long john, Actually, I’d take either Hudson for Sale but would prefer Daniel. I’d rank ’em Hudson, Moore, Sale but could see switching around the first two.

              • long john says:
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                @Enrique, Thanks Enrique! Much obliged for the advice.

  11. Ralph Macchio says:
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    Keeper. Todd Frazier or Lonnie Chisehall.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ralph Macchio, Frazier

  12. papasmurf says:
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    It is easier said than done, but if Bailey can cut down on the longball, he is gonna be decent with a solid offense backing him. And the Reds D is pretty good too I thnk.

    With that home park, not so easy to keep those flyballs in, but he’s definitely worth a flier in the next few wks. I think he’s due to face some crappy teams most of his next four starts.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @papasmurf, Thanks for the heads up!

  13. Wilsonian says:
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    Looks like I could possibly get Joey Bats for Edwin and Sale. Is that a good deal? Edwin has been more than solid, and we all know about Sale’s Memorial Day massacre in Tampa. But Joey would hold down the fort for Longo, then take over at UTIL.

    It would leave my pitching looking like this: Bum, Peavy, Latos, Scherzer, Norris, Moore, Lester, with Doc on the DL.

    I could then pick up a spare bat (Rios, Hardy, Desmond, etc.) or Samardzija, Vargas, Vogelsong, Wandy.

    Thanks.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Wilsonian, You have Longo? Don’t trade for Bautista…

      • Wilsonian says:
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        @Grey, yeah, I have Longo on the DL and Edwin has been playing for him. Even if I could get Bautista to fill in, and then take over a utility slot (which is where Edwin will go) once Longo comes back, you don’t think I should do a deal like that?

        • Poo Holes says:
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          @Wilsonian, Bautista has OF eligibility, no? Probably depends on how your outfield looks but in a vacuum that’s a solid winning trade

          • Wilsonian says:
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            @Poo Holes, Yes he does. It’s a shallow league do I’m stacked at OF (Kemp, JUp, Bruce). But he still has a spot for me everyday at UTIL so I’m a little confused as to why I shouldn’t do it.

  14. Think it would be fair to say Chris Davis goes .265 w/ 18-20 dongs the rest of the way?

    Sidenote: reading an article about Harper’s wOBA compared to other 19 year olds, I came across the greatest baseball name that I have ever seen.

    Buttercup Dickerson

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Carns, HA! Great name… Yeah, Davis could…

  15. Booya says:
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    Would you take Morrow and Scott Downs for Scherzer? This is a H2H 6X6 with holds

    Thanks

    • Booya says:
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      @Grey, also if I take that offer should i drop Byrdak, Bastardo or Wilhelmsen?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Booya, I’d take Morrow… Bastardo…

  16. Thomas R says:
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    Lost Weaver to DL… Need to grab a stop gap. Pick two:

    1. Doubront
    2. Brad Lincoln
    3. Wade Miley
    4. Lohse
    5. Vogelsong
    6. Bedard
    7. Buehrle
    8. Zambrano

    Thank you!

    • @Thomas R, I’d probably take Voglesong.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Thomas R, Doubront, Vogelsong

  17. chata says:
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    wait .
    the cuban missile was 3 for 3 in (successful) steal attempts ?
    i’m not even going to double-check your facts .
    that must be a lie .

    you’re not making shizz up , again , are you , Grey ?

    also , peralta has a lot of “making up” to do , before i’m satisfied .

    p.s.
    i won’t get to hear today’s pod-cast until games are done , tonight .
    don’t spoil the surprise …. (that goes for you , too , maximus) .
    looking forward to it , ‘cuz the last one was your best yet …. maybe
    ‘cuz it had more baseball content and less hollywood shizz .

    3 for 3 ?
    really ??

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @chata, Then you’re gonna be disappointed…

  18. Schizer says:
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    Would you drop mike adams for either marshall or h rodriguez?

    Thanks!

    • Schizer says:
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      @Schizer, Camp and cishek are also available….

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Schizer, Camp

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Schizer, Actually, no, I’d hold…

  19. Atherton32 says:
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    Evan Longoria is my 3rd baseman. Which means I am struggling. Picked up Pedro Alvarez and we all know what he has done. Should I go pick up Todd Frazier???? 14 team league. Limited transactions.
    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Atherton32, What’s limited? 1 left of 20?

      • Atherton32 says:
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        @Grey, I have 10 left for the season

  20. Voodoo says:
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    Was offered Matt Latos and Shin-Shoo Choo for James McDonald and Brett Lawrie in a Keeper league where I kept Lawrie. Thoughts?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Voodoo, Hold

    • Sambo Jenkins says:
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      @Voodoo, dont do it

  21. Wake Up says:
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    I’m being followed by a nose shadow
    Nose shadow nose shadow
    Leaping and hopping on a nose shadow
    Nose shadow nose shadow……

    • Turk Wendell says:
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      @Wake Up, Nice

      • Wake Up says:
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        @Turk Wendell, Thanks. Time to cut bait and run from the nose, couple of rough starts coming up!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Wake Up, Ha!

  22. Hunter says:
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    Someone just dropped Abreu in my 12 team HTH league. Worth dropping JD Martinez, David Murphy, or Tony Campana for him? I don’t know what’s going on with Campana…I depended on him for steal, but it seems he doesn’t play any more?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Hunter, Murphy

  23. Wake Up says:
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    Cuddyer and C Lewis for Cano fair trade?

    • Wilsonian says:
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      @Wake Up, For the person getting Cano.

      • Wake Up says:
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        @Wilsonian, I’m looking to get Cano. He needs pitching. So this is where I was going to start. (Keep in mind that Cuddyer and Cano have similar numbers so far)

        • Wilsonian says:
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          @Wake Up, I’d do that any day of the week if I were you. Cano will end up with significantly better numbers than Cuddyer. And Lewis is a 4.00+ ERA pitcher with Ks. Can probably find nearly as good on the WW.

          If it’s a keeper league, it’s not even remotely close.

          • Wake Up says:
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            @Wilsonian, Yeah, he didn’t bite

    • WhineSpritzer says:
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      @Wake Up, I don’t see how the other owner would go for that.

      • Wake Up says:
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        @WhineSpritzer, You’re right. He didn’t. He said he needed pitching so I threw it out there. Cuddyer + (What SP?) would = Cano?

        • WhineSpritzer says:
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          @Wake Up, I don’t know who you have, but it’s probably going to take your best pitcher. Unless it’s Verlander/Kershaw variety. I wouldn’t pay that much.

  24. Grey's da man! says:
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    traded howie and pence for Prince. Good trade? Picking up Espinoza as a replacement

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Grey’s da man!, Sounds solid

  25. Project_badass says:
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    12-team H2H 6×6 (OBP, QS)

    This league has very deep benchs so I have been stashing Teheran and Peacock…would you drop either one and pick up Medlen instead?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Project_badass, Teheran

  26. Jamiehov says:
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    As a Growing Pains enthusiast I’m still in shock that Lucas went on to become the Oscar award winning actor rather than Boner

    Grey, early congrats on Anibal, he’s been as good of a 4 as there is in my league. Followed you and waited until rd 6 to take my first starter and am top 2 in wins, ks, whip and era. Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jamiehov, Nice!

  27. Mike says:
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    Need to bolster my offense in a deep 14 team mixed OPS league.

    Pick two: Elliot Johnson, Tony Campana, Everth Cabrera, Will Venable, JD Martinez

    Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mike, Everth, Venable

  28. supra says:
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    As much as it pains me to say it, please add Joba Chamberlain as a major contributor/example of the ‘flat-billed pitchypus’ definition, he fits it to the T.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @supra, Ha

  29. Todd says:
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    Long term keeper league – WOuld you rather have pick 2…

    E Cabrera
    Aybar
    Elliot Johnson – Question is does he keep his spot with Longoria comes back

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Todd, Aybar, Everth… He doesn’t keep his spot…

  30. BERK says:
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    I traded away Uggla in a good deal for me, but now am looking at some glaring piles of turds on waivers to fill in at 2b. Any thoughts on who to grab for now??

    Espinosa
    Galvis
    Scutaro
    Purple Evolutionist
    Lombardozzi
    Beckham
    Jerry Hairston Jr.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @BERK, Espinosa

  31. Mike says:
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    Trevor Bauer over Paulino and samardzia?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mike, Nope

  32. Grey's da man! says:
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    worth picking up Cook or Balfour?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Grey’s da man!, Balfour

  33. Super Bass says:
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    I didn’t believe your Vogelsong comment so I just checked- only 58% owned in Yahoo? Embarassing!

    • Kratos says:
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      @Super Bass, Not if you hate walks.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Super Bass, Less in ESPN

  34. Grey's da man! says:
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    Arencibia or Salty?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Grey’s da man!, JP

  35. dzigga says:
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    Do I drop Campana or does Sveum’s experiment with Joe Mather end in a week? Apparently Sveum wants more power in his line-up, not realizing that no one cares and we’d rather see the fan favorite.

    Campana vs Righties: .295 wOBA this year, an improvement over 2011
    Mather vs Righties: .355 wOBA this year, .310 career

    Sounds like it’s time to drop Campana, right?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @dzigga, Yeah, not looking good…

  36. nightpandas says:
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    Drop JD Mart for Soriano?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @nightpandas, Yes

  37. RTP says:
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    Everyday OF spot for rest of season: Viciedo, Boesch, Scott, Fowler, or Craig coming off DL

    Much appreciated

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @RTP, Viciedo