Late Sunday night, C.C. Sabathia was traded to the Brewers for the power-hitting prospect, Matt LaPorta. Since a 7.76 ERA in April, Sabathia has put up a 2.44 and a 1.90 in May and June respectively. In May and June, he had a 85/15 K/BB ratio. In interleague, 4 ER is 23 IP. However you look at the numbers, Fatty Fat Fat can pitch. In NL-only leagues, you drop your whole wad to acquire him. If your wad isn’t big enough, you trade to acquire Sabathia, if you need pitching. There’s no reason to think he’ll be anything less than dominant moving into the NL, unless Prince talks Sabathia into his new diet plan. Fielder, “Do you know the amount of trans fat in McDonald’s hamburgers?” Sabathia, “Nuh-uh. But I hope it’s a lot!” Now the Brewers just need to hire a bench coach to make sure Prince and Sabathia are never sitting on the same side of the bench. Oh, wait, I know who can do it — Seth McClung. He likely loses his rotation spot, but if that hurts your fantasy team, you got bigger problems. As for Matt LaPorta, he’s a power-hitting outfielder who should get the call up to the majors sooner rather than later. He was pegged as a three-outcome guy, see Dunn, Adam. It looks like he cut his Ks this year so maybe he’ll only be a two-outcome guy. Mmm…. walks and homers. That sounds delicious. Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

J.J. Hardy – Hit two more home runs yesterday. Four weeks a year, J.J. Hardy reminds me of a young Miguel Tejada. Twenty weeks of the year, he reminds me of a muy stale Tecate. Imagine you’re a teacher and four weeks a year you teach the students well, knowing they are the future and blah-diddy, blah blah, then for the rest of the school year you just phone it in… Actually, now that I think about it, most of my teachers didn’t even make an effort four weeks a year. Well, there goes that argument. I suppose in many ways it’s better that Hardy gets all of his prodcution out of the way, now you can trade him in three weeks and get someone who will continue to produce.

Scott Linebrink – Got the save yesterday. As Hater Bell pointed out on Saturday, Bobby Jenks is hurting a bit right now and is no guarantee to be fine. He may be out until the All-Star Break. If you consider yourself a save vulture, this is old news. Go take a nap!

Cody Ross – Knocked in something like 55 runs in the four game series in Coors. Meanwhile, back on earth, the Marlins are looking to trade for a center fielder. That’s right; Cody Ross’s 15 home runs are so quiet his team doesn’t even know about them.

Juan Rivera – Mentioned him last week as a guy that could get hot and hit 15 to 20 home runs. He currently has 2 home runs; yesterday he hit his second of the week. (BTW, because I type with two fingers, yesterday is a super easy word to type. My WPM would probably be close to 60 if someone asked me to transcribe “Yesterday.” Since it seems like a pointless exercise and I don’t like The Beatles, I wouldn’t do it unless the money was right, which brings me to my reality show idea, Insipid Proposal. It’s Indecent Proposal for the easily entertained. You offer someone a penny to walk around the block. If they refuse, you raise the amount of money until they accept. I didn’t think they’d walk around the block for less than a dollar, but, wow, sixty-five cents! This show isn’t about skill, it’s about inanity. Now someone needs to make this happen.)

Oliver Perez – Perez and Kyle Kendrick in a pitcher’s duel? That’s why they play the games.

Nick Markakis – He is Sparkakis! 13th HR of the year and Markakis is a 2nd half player. Well, guess what? It’s the 2nd half.

Edinson Volquez – Got the win yesterday with 6 IP, 3 ER and only 3 Ks against the Nats. This shouldn’t be viewed as a good start. I’d still be selling.

Evan Longoria – 16th HR, he’s looking 2/3 Braun and only 1/3 Gordon or Ryan Braundon.

Chris Volstad – The Marlins pitching prospect was called up the other day and threw two innings of middle relief yesterday. Volstad will get the start on the 11th against the Dodgers. In a keeper league and an NL-only league, Volstad probably is gone by now. If I had room in a deep mixed league or if Yahoo adds him before the 11th (<—doubtful!), I’d take a flier, but keep expectations in check. Personally, he strikes me as Derek Lowe — third starter stuff.

Aaron Cook – I benched him in the one league I have him because the Broncos-Fins games the previous three days were out of control on offense. Cook ended up throwing 7 1/3 IP and 7 ER, but it would’ve been five if not for Cody Ross’s home run in the 8th. Everywhere you look, there Cody is.

Nate Robertson – 9 IP, 1 ER, one God-awful Mariners lineup.

Jon Garland – Garland a Tinseltown success! 9 IP, 1 ER, 3 Ks in under 100 pitches. I actually yawned when I wrote that. Then again, it’s after 10pm on Sunday and I’m not really a night person. Not so much a morning person either. I’m an afternoon person. After 2pm and before 5pm, I’m pure razzle-dazzle.

Michael Bourn – Had an 0-for-7 yesterday with 3 Ks. I’m surprised how little the mainstream media is covering this, but Bourn’s actually putting together a tremendous Razzball season. 38/4/15/.218/76 Ks. He’s no Tony Pena Jr., but it’s nothing to sneeze at. (Not to mention, if you were to sneeze at him, from the way his season is going he’d probably get pneumonia from your sneeze germs.)

  1. Freak says:

    Chris Davis, thanks for going 0-11 after I picked you up.

    I blame yahoo.

  2. goknick says:

    Tejada has been plaguing me since late may, should I drop him for Stephen Drew??

    I’m getting quite impatient w/ his negative contribution.

  3. chenemy says:

    bench him or try to trade him at the least :p

  4. Commie-tment Issues says:

    Francoeur worth a waiver with an available bench spot?

  5. Commie-tment Issues says:

    @p0rk burn: what if I’m sporting Jay Brucey in my 3rd OF spot?

    Once Francoeur is back who will have more value going forward?

  6. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    Well played, Mr. Grey. Fine headline today, as per usual. I’m guess that the brainstorming for the headline went something like this…..

    [cue wobbly screen effect]

    Grey (sitting at computer): Hmmmm. Got to do something about Sabathia, I guess. But what? “Twenty CC’s of Sabathia, Stat!” Too obvious. “Head-Banging Brewers Rock Out To Black Sabathia”? Too problematic. “Milwaukee’s Hefty Bag”? Too obtuse. Maybe “Fielder: CC My Playmate”? Too childish. Though I like the Prince angle….

    re: Hardy. Your evaluation is precisely why I hesitated to pull the trigger on Salomon Torres for Hardy, offered to me yesterday. (Then rescinded when Hardy hit two donks — the other owner got cold feet, but is still open to talking. Sounds like some dates I’ve been on….)

    Think what you will of Torres, but he’s likely to retain value all year (i.e. get saves) while Hardy could revert to Peralta 2 Electric Crapaloo any day now. This is one of those weird situations where the better Hardy hits, the less attracted I am to him, because I figure that’s even more of the hot streak that I missed out on.

    Longoria, on the other hand: Well, y’all know how I feel about him. 52 RBIs! It’s Rookie Nookie Love!

    And I love that someone in my league grabbed Chris Davis off waivers — then dropped him two days later for Jerry Hairston Jr. Then I grabbed him from the 12th, i.e. last, waiver spot. Oh, rookie nookie! Delicious!

    I can’t speak to his BA, but Davis will end the year with 20+ homers. You read it here first! Assuming this comment is the first piece of fantasy advice you’ve read all year.

    @goknick: Do not drop Tejada. Why do people want to drop good players if they’re bad for two weeks? You know even Pujols has a bad two weeks. Is this some sort of H2H disease?

    At the least, trade Tejada to me. I know it’s impossible, but I’m sure we can figure something out.

  7. SaltyBiscuits says:

    Hey All,

    Need some help. I don’t want to start Bruce this week as I think his playing time is about to get cut a lot, especially against lefties.

    Please rank these one week fill ins (don’t care about their total season production, which of these doubtfielders will have the best 7/7-7/14?)

    Cody Ross
    Andre Ethier
    Josh Willingham
    Brad Hawpe

  8. Commie-tment Issues says:

    @SaltyBiscuits: Willingham, Ethier, Hawpe, Ross…

  9. Grey

    Grey says:

    @goknick: No.

    @Commie-tment Issues: No, give him a few weeks.

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: I almost went with a variation of Brewers Need Third Bus or Portly for LaPorta, but I think I made the right call.

    “…the less attracted I am to him, because I figure that’s even more of the hot streak that I missed out on.” Yeah, I agree with that. I wouldn’t go near him either at this point, but for Torres, who has a fat contracted guy behind him, a team that wants/needs to win this year after the CC trade and Torres bungling recently, I’d trade Torres for Hardy. Torres is just saves.

    re: Davis — I haven’t started him in any league yet, and I’m thinking I’m only going to play him when he’s home. We’ll see though…

    @SaltyBiscuits: I agree with Commie’s rankings, but I’d probably lean towards Hawpe over Ethier.

  10. Commie-tment Issues says:

    @Grey: Longterm I’d lean with Hawpe. But he’s looking for a one week fill-in. The point is moot though – go with Willingham, punt everything else.

  11. IowaCubs

    IowaCubs says:

    @Grey: @Baron Von Vulturewins:

    I would have led with “Brewers and Prince Switch from LaPort(obella) Diet to Cotton Candy Diet.” Lame? Absolutely.

    What is the concensus about Brett Gardner? He looks like a taller version of Ellsbury. After last night, you have to assume he gets more starts while Damon’s on the DL.

  12. IowaCubs

    IowaCubs says:

    Would you drop Ben Francisco for Gardner?

  13. Grey

    Grey says:

    @IowaCubs: When I was contemplating titles, “Brewers and Prince Switch from LaPort(obella) Diet to Cotton Candy Diet” was third on the list. But then I thought it’s LaPorta, not LaPort and I have no idea what Cotton Candy is referring to and I’m not sure why I’m contemplating it.

    Gardner’s their man until Damon returns and has good speed if you need that sorta thing. Yes, on Ben drop.

  14. Grey

    Grey says:

    I should say, he figures to see a lot of the time as Damon mends. With any rookies, there’s risk cause he might hit the bench in a slump or get shipped out.

  15. IowaCubs

    IowaCubs says:

    @Grey: C.C. = Cotton Candy. I’ve heard this is a nickname of his. At least that’s what Ryan Freel keeps telling me.

  16. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    Am I the only one who’s surprised this trade happened so fast? I assumed the CC stakes would drag on for a month, a la SantanaGate this off season. I guess there weren’t that many suitors after all….

    @Grey: If that was your third choice, I have to assume the fourth choice was “Rhubarb Rhubarb Nonsense Candy Nonsense,” which makes almost, but not quite, as much sense as whatever IowaCubs wrote.

  17. Shogun says:

    What do you think of trading Kazmir and Cantu for Jimmy Rollins? Rollins isn’t hitting much (though he’s running a lot) and Kazmir is no longer throwing as well as he was when he came off of the DL.

  18. IowaCubs

    IowaCubs says:

    @Baron Von Vulturewins:

    I was trying to say, Prince trades LaPortobella mushroom diet for Cotton Candy diet. Translation: “Fart in Hand, Sabbathia, LaPorta, Fart in Hand.” Yeah, pretty much.

  19. Nick says:

    alright so looking at Miguel Cabrera’s numbers he is definetly a buy low right now. Do you guys think he will have a better second half? If I were to be trading for him what would be a fair trade for me, my players in the potential deal are:

    -Hardy (Other team just picked up guzman & peralta cause he has no SS)
    -Quentin (His numbers are better than Cabrera but do you think this will continue or sell high on him?)
    -Co Jack (Not much to offer here)
    -Other OF’s available to trade: Dye & Burrell

    What do you think my first,second,etc offers should be? I need a first baseman bad since Ortiz is on DL & once he is back Cabrera or Ortiz would be my Util

  20. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: I was stunned. Usually these things go until 11:59 on July 31st.

    @Shogun: I’m not a huge fan of J-Roll, but it’s a solid trade for you.

  21. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Nick: Dye and Burrell for MC. Quentin and CJ for Miggy. Trade Quentin and Hardy for Cabrera. Those are potential deals, in that order.

  22. Zebo says:

    @Grey: I am starting Nolasco and Eveland today, as my spot starters. I dropped Eveland for Leo Nunez, because I need holds and his SP eligibility is nice. For now, I am pimping Jim Thome instead of Josh Willingham, cuz I like Jim’s power. Is it smart?

    Also, I read somewhere that you seem to want to dump Ortiz for Prince Fielder? Should I do that?

  23. Nick says:

    @Grey: Thanks…also speaking of Rollins, I don’t like his performance from the first half so I might try and trade him for Reyes, say….Rollins/Hoffman for Reyes ?

  24. Shogun says:

    @Grey: Thanks. I’m skeptical about Rollins too, but I’m desperate for hitting and steals in that league and loaded with good pitching. Acquiring J-Roll would balance it a bit.

  25. goknick says:

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: Tejada’s been slumping during entire june, posting lines of .238 AVG/ .689 OPS/ 6 RBI/ 8 BB/ 4 HR; HR & BB are on pace, but everything else he did has already cost me 3 losses; him, posada, Bruce, Willingham, A. Ramirez (I know he’s notorious 2nd half player) has cost me dearly in june.

    i could stand for weekly slump (kelly johnson to the point), if i have full healthy squad; but i can’t really afford having that many key players being injured (ortiz, ordonez) & getting slumped (see above) at same time….

    i’ve been patient w/ my squad, but my recent squad is frustrating as hell…

  26. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Zebo: Thome instead of Willingham is fine, pretty much a dealer’s choice. Not exactly dump Ortiz — if someone will trade you Fielder for Ortiz, I’d do that.

    @Nick: I’d get Reyes there.

  27. D.C. says:

    Commie-tment Issues –> D.C.

    moving away from the whole Red Army craze I’ve had the past couple of months. embracing my inner capitalist and all that… cust kayin’.

  28. SaltyBiscuits says:

    Is it Corpas or Buchholz closing when Fuentes gets traded?

  29. Grey

    Grey says:

    @SaltyBiscuits: I would think Buchholz, but Corpas has been solid for a month and he has a big contract, he might pull in front of Fuentes, but that’s assuming Fuentes is traded. The Rockies might not be sellers. The NL West is just about anyone’s division to win.

  30. cruisinkc says:

    is Baker a safe play tonight at Fenway?

  31. BSA says:

    OK trade counteroffer from another team – he wants to me to send Longoria, Vlad, and Mauer for Curtis Granderson, Ivan Rodriguez and David Wright.
    His team pre-trade has an outfield of Granderson, Hamilton, Ludwick, Rowand (b).
    My outfield is currently Vlad, Bruce, Markakis, Pence (b)

    Initially I had Figgins in the mix and he changed the offer to include catchers.
    Last year Pudge pissed me off but trying to learn here at Razzball I think I am upgrading and can work things at catcher if Pudge poops the bed again. He’s just so damn streaky!

    I wanted to move quickly and looking for different takes so will also throw this into forum trade thread. I hate throwing trades on the table and people sit on them for days.

  32. Denys says:

    @BSA: More detailed answer on the forums. But personally I’d do it.

  33. Grey

    Grey says:

    @BSA: I think that’s a solid trade for you. Longoria to Wright is good. Vlad to Grandy is okay and Mauer to Pudge is bad, but whatever, you just grab another catcher off waivers.

  34. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    @BSA: I don’t love this for you. Let’s go to the tape. I’ll compare talent levels over positional matches:

    Wright > Vlad (+ for you)
    Mauer >> Pudge (- for you)
    Longoria > Grandy (- for you)

    You could argue the last point, but why would you? As you would be wrong.

    Wright is an upgrade over Longo at 3B but the rest of the trade is a long slide downward for you, from my viewpoint.

    It does look like you can exploit that guy’s willingness to swap Wright for Longo. If you take out the catchers altogether from the above, I think it’s a go trade for you.

  35. BSA says:

    Yeah I am already thinking of riding Pudge’s hot streak the week after the AS break and then when he dips back into the cesspool of 30+ year old catchers I will see who’s hot or pick up Navarro. Either that or save myself the headache, drop Pudge to show the other guy what I really think of his catcher and pick up Navarro since that is how I got Longo in the first place.

  36. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    @Baron Von Vulturewins: Ah, the old I-take-forever-to-formulate-response, then-post-just-in-time-to-be-contradicted-by-brighter-minds.

    I’m much less willing to swim the murky waters of waiver-wire catchers: I hate the whole Navarro/Ross/Coste/Olivo merry-go-round. That said, Clement’s starting to look usable, and Mauer’s overrated, and I see a much better second half for Grandy than first, so it’s definitely a doable trade for you.

  37. Grey

    Grey says:

    @BSA: @Baron Von Vulturewins: This is a classic “I’m writing a comment as he’s writing a comment” exchange.

  38. BSA says:

    I’m quick and greedy on the gun – I sent it back telling him to bring it closer based on ytd stats by saying I would throw in Morneau if he threw in Fielder. So I will either get the originally posted trade or have Pudge/WW pickup of the week, Wright, Grandy, Fielder and give up Longo, Vlad, Morneau, Mauer. Basically switch from Twins to Tigers.

  39. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    That was quick. Frenchy’s already back from AA.

  40. Denys says:

    “The Associated Press reports Milwaukee Brewers SP CC Sabathia no longer wants periods after the initials he uses for his name. He had previously written his initials, which stand for Carsten Charles, with two periods.”

    There’s a joke somewhere in there…

  41. He has also requested that he’d like to remove the two periods separating Breakfast from Lunch and Lunch from Dinner.

  42. BigFatHippo says:

    Rudy’s back!!!!

    Funniest thing I’ve read on here all week Rudy. No offense Grey.

  43. mikeisalegend says:

    So I should get rid of Volquez while he has some value. Hmm… if he was one of my aces (the others being Webb and Zambrano), who am I supposed to get from the NL that will have a better second half that I could trade straight up for? I also have Dirty Sanchez starting, and Harangalang on reserve. I’d love to leave an Edison double decker for one of the less competent players in my league (<— shameless ploy to add to the Razzball Glossary).

    What’s your guess on those second half numbers for Volquez?

  44. Baron Von Vulturewins says:

    @Grey: Oh, yeah, that. I was distracted by the man licking the bowling ball.

    Aviles went yard today. We don’t need no stinking Hardy!

  45. BKK says:

    Is Rivera a better bet than Cuddyer going forward? Will Rivera get playing time in LAA?

  46. Grey

    Grey says:

    @mikeisalegend: I think Volquez reverts to a normal pitcher in the 2nd half, which is to say 5-7 wins, 4.25 ERA, 1.20 WHIP 75Ks.

    @BKK: I’d want Rivera over Cuddyer, yes.

  47. SaltyBiscuits says:

    Xavier Nady… thoughts?

    Would you consider dropping Bruce for him at this point?

  48. SaltyBiscuits says:

    As a followup:

    Nady or Vernon?

    Yes, Rivera over Cuddyer.

  49. mikeisalegend says:

    In your opinion, what NL pitchers could be gotten that would be worth the trade?

  50. Grey

    Grey says:

    @SaltyBiscuits: Bruce is the only one that will get you anything on the trade market. Nady’s best for this season is probably behind him and Wells has the longest history of success. If I were you, I’d try to trade Bruce for someone worthwhile then grab Wells. If trading is out of the question, then go with Wells.

  51. SaltyBiscuits says:

    @Grey: Yeah, problem is, nobody in my league wants Bruce. There seems to be a lot of outfielders in free agency around this talent level (10 team league). I am trying to pick out the ones who will have a strong second half. Do you think Nady has a more productive offensive second half than Bruce?

  52. Grey

    Grey says:

    @mikeisalegend: I don’t think you should trade a pitcher for a pitcher when at all possible. If you have to — Harang, Billingsley, Maine, but I wouldn’t do these deals personally.

  53. Grey

    Grey says:

    @SaltyBiscuits: You’re not going to get me to say drop Bruce for Nady. Nady also might be pressed out of Pittsburgh because of Pearce. I’d go Wells before Nady.

  54. Tony B. says:

    I drafted Pence in round 4 this past year in my keeper league, no chance I am keeping him at that round b/c he just simply hasn’t produced like I thought he would. I have been offered Delmon Young for him, a round 9 keeper Delmon Young. Do I make this deal now b/c maybe Young is finally heating up or do I stick with Pence the rest of the year?

  55. mikeisalegend says:

    I can sub Harang for Volquez… what level of NL batter do you think he could “command”?

  56. mikeisalegend says:

    I can sub Harang for Volquez… what level of NL batter do you think he could “command” on the open market?

  57. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Tony B.: I’d take Young for the rest of this year.

    @mikeisalegend: Depends what position you need. I’d accept nothing but a tier two guy at any position except catcher. Say Tex, Carlos Lee, Uggla, maybe Fielder, those sort of names.

  58. mikeisalegend says:

    Ok… thanks Grey.

    As an aside, what do you think about Josh Johnson? Pick him up as a flier?

  59. mikeisalegend says:

    @Grey: hey look at me… i’m learning how to type @ someone now – ha

  60. Grey

    Grey says:

    @mikeisalegend: If you have room, can’t hurt.

    If you click the left turn arrow next to the time, it makes the @ for you.

  61. BKK says:

    How is Rivera going to get any playing time with Hunter, Anderson, Guerrero and Matthews filling either OF or DH holes? (I didn’t mention Willits for obvious reasons) I already dropped Cuddyer, just wanted to understand the logic here a little more.

  62. Grey

    Grey says:

    @BKK: Not sure who is on your waivers, but between Rivera and Cuddyer, I want Rivera. If you have other guys as a possibility, then they might be a better, but Anderson is cooked and Matthews is a defense replacement on a better offensive club. These aren’t huge stumbling blocks. Rivera may not get time in every game, but Cuddyer had three home runs before he hurt his hand. At this point, I don’t think he’s worth having in any league.

  63. BKK says:

    @Grey: I agree Cuddyer hasn’t done much and we don’t have much on the waiver wire although Francisco was just dropped, Edmonds, Greene the strikeout machine, I am just looking for a serviceable Util guy to replace Cuddyer. I was gonna grab Frenchy, but I was a little slow a the switch today and the guy behind me in 2nd grabbed him on announcement of his promotion from AA. Hey and someone just dropped Headley (The other SD strikeout Machine).

    Its been a rough week, I lost Pierre, Ordonez, Cuddyer and Helton all in one week…we play with a 20 man roster… these guys filled my Util spots.

  64. Zebo says:

    @Grey: is Nolasco worth holding onto? I guess I mean, when you watch him pitch, does he have good stuff? Or is he just a spot starter, like whenever he pitches at Petco, and not much more?

  65. BKK says:

    @BKK: I know you advised BSA against it but I picked up Nomar for Pierre when he went down and hearing Garciaparra would play SS with Furcal out. There are literally no shortstops to be had in this league so I took a flier on him and he has been decent so far – hit a 2 run shot tonight – if he shatters his hip – a distinct possiblilty – then we drop him and pick up some other schmo.

    Caveat: This was before Greene was dropped today.

  66. Denys says:

    i’m putting a waiver in for Francoeur. he can only go up from here…

  67. BKK says:

    Comment 69 was supposed to be @ Grey:

    I musta clicked the wrong arrow.

  68. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Zebo: Nolasco’s a decent 5th starter. Sit him against tougher matchups or when he’s not going well.

  69. Zebo says:

    @Grey: Nomar homered tonight, is he worth a pick up? I am thinking about dumping Nolasco for Nomar, currently my SS is Yunel, and he has not been lights out. My staff is Verlander, Harang, Kazmir, E Santana, Gutherie, Hudson, Filthy Sanchez.

  70. john says:

    Anyone else see that Parra pitched an inning of relief tonight?…

  71. BKK says:

    @Grey: Is this a matter of Zebo seems to really want to do this and your are tired of saying “no” to Nomar?

  72. john says:

    @Grey: Thanks for the redirect.

  73. Grey

    Grey says:

    @BKK: Um, no! Okay, partly, but dropping Nolasco is pretty much a no harm no foul move. No one’s season is riding on Nolasco, especially not with his Zebo’s pitching. BTW, Zebo, we’re talking about you.

  74. goknick says:

    if Troy Tulowizki is somehow available in FA, should i spend my last waiver-claim spot to claim him?

    drop eithier or swisher or willingham or c. gomez for Tulowizki??

  75. @BigFatHippo: Thx BigFatHippo. Took an extended weekend off. Managed to sneak a few lines into the Monday night roundup…

  76. Chris says:

    I have Yunel Escobar who is kinda stinking right now. Drop him for Theriot? Or try to move Haren of Harang for a top-tier guy, Reyes/Rollins.

  77. Grey

    Grey says:

    @goknick: Drop Swisher for Tulo.

    *****Bring follow up questions to the newest post.

    @Chris: I’d move either Haren or Harang for one of those.

    *****Bring follow up questions to the newest post.

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