As they say in Anaheim, “If you can’t get to see the Cherry Blossoms in Japan, you should get to see the Gin Blossoms in concert at the Hard Rock or Shohei Ohtani.”  One Anaheim-born woman, Gina, was so excited about Ohtani that she got a tattoo of the Japanese symbol for strength, that she later found out was a tattoo of Calvin pissing on a Grateful Dead logo. Gina did it in honor of Ohtani, so it’s still close to her heart, though mostly because it’s covering a third nipple.  Yesterday, Ohtani became the first Japanese born player to hit for the cycle, going 4-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs with his 8th homer.  The closest previous Asian cycle was Kurt Suzuki.  When Ohtani becomes Hot-tani, there’s few players that can match him for sheer excitement, though Ian Kinsler wears sheer pantyhose under his uni, if that counts.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Albert Pujols – 1-for-3, 2 RBis and his 12th homer.  It is so disrespectful the way Pujols takes his good old time around the bases on a home run, calling an Uber to go from 2nd to home–Oh, I’m being told he gets a senior citizen exception.  All good then!

Ryan Yarbrough – 6 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 5.59.  Apparently, I wasn’t supposed to stream him.  Loud and clear, Yarbrough. *makes hang loose hand gesture with pinkie and thumb*

Zack Greinke – 7 1/3 IP, 0 ER, 2 baserunners, 3 Ks, ERA at 2.65.  Conspiracy Theory Alert!  You know how every pitcher is humping the speed gun?  It’s true.  Everyone wants to throw the hardest.  It’s like every pitcher was raised on Nolan Ryan noogies.  Velocity is where’s at!  Dot dot dot.  Or is it?!  Damn you, Reversal Question!  You nearly gave me a heart attack.  If everyone’s throwing hard, then what it is it that hitters see a lot of?  No, not the inside of cages.  I mean, maybe, but not where I was headed.  Hitters see a lot of fast, um, fastballs.  What do they not see a lot of?  Zack Greinke’s 88 MPH sludge.  Of course, if it was meatballs, it would be another thing, but it’s not.  For many years, Greinke has pinpoint control.  So, his K/9 is barely 8 and his velocity is a throwback to another time, if it were in a DeLorean, but his command (1.3 BB/9) is impeccable and it’s all coupled with a 73.7% O-contact rate.  That means he’s close to leading the league with pitches thrown exactly where he wants them, outside the zone, and hitters are making contact.  As you can imagine, hitters don’t make good contact with balls out of the zone, even if the ball could be beaten to the plate by the Ghost of Bob Feller riding a moped.

Jarrod Dyson – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 5th homer.  He has only one less home run than David Dahl.  I will now cry myself to sleep in a sleeping bag I’ve decorated to look like my mother’s womb.

Erick Fedde – 6 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 3.68.  Might have to rethink changing my fantasy team’s avatar to party streamers and the name to “Con Fedde.”  Maybe I’ll put up an orange jumpsuit because he victimized me.

Nicky Lopez – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 1st home run, hitting .216.  Before yesterday’s game, the scene played out like this in the Royals’ clubhouse.  “Hey, Nicky, you should start swinging the bat forward.”  *slam cut, close up, Lopez’s eyes slowly widen with recognition*

Matthew Boyd – 4 IP, 4 ER, ERA at 3.35.  Well, we had about four straight starts when it was Matt Boyd, but yesterday it was back to Matthew, rhymes with snafu.

Cavan Biggio – 2-for-4, 3 runs and his 2nd and 3rd homer, hitting .178.  Lil Biggio looks to be heating up into a schmotato.  Two homers will go a long way for that.  Also — and this means legitimately nothing — less than nothing — it’s like an empty Coke Zero can it’s so nothing — but Craig Biggio’s rookie year average was .211.

Lourdes Gurriel Jr. – 3-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 6th homer, hitting .280.  He won’t be in this afternoon’s Buy column, but he’s here now, if you wish to fall on one’s Lourdes.

Marcus Stroman – 6 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 5 Ks, ERA at 3.18.  He was facing the Orioles, which was a chef’s kiss on the Streamonator, but it doesn’t love his next one, and I don’t trust him.

Anthony Santander – 3-for-4, 2 RBIs, hitting .385.  Wish it was coming with anything other than just singles, but if singles are good enough for the world famous stripper, Crystal Meth, it’s good enough for us.

Chance Sisco – 1-for-4 and his 2nd homer, hitting .273.  Even more remarkably, the O’s have made him their number one catcher recently.  The O’s doing something smart; it is a special day!  And simply because it’s National Frank ‘n Beans Day.  Watch your zippers, fellas!

Manny Machado – 3-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 11th and 12th homers.  The only reason why I believe these homers happened, even though I didn’t see them, is because they were in Coors. Not saying to do this, because it would be illegal and I would implicated as a co-conspirator, but, if someone wanted to flood Petco so the Padres had to play their home games in Coors, I wouldn’t hate that.

Matt Strahm – 3 1/3 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 4.66, as he returned from the IL.  Usually hitters work on their timing, but, when you return from the IL to start in Coors, Strahm needs to work on it too.

Charlie Blackmon – 4-for-5, 4 RBIs and his 13th and 14th homer, and four homers in four games.  It’s almost like Chazz Noir likes to hit in Coors.

Jon Gray – 6 IP, 4 ER, 9 baserunners, 10 Ks, ERA at 4.39.  Honestly, in Coors with the juiced balls, that’s like a perfect game. Let Len Barker sign the game ball.

Kyle Schwarber – 2-for-4 and his 15th homer.  This is partially aided by the Coors series that’s in his rearview, but, on our 7-day Player Rater, Schwarber’s a top 5 hitter. Joe Buck’s biting his lip right now.

Jon Lester – 5 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 4.08.  It was a bad week to quit barbiturates.

Cody Bellinger – 3-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 21st and 22nd homer, hitting .358. Heading into last night’s game, he hit .182 with zero homers in June, i.e., Frio which is cold bye-linger.

Max Muncy – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 16th homer, hitting .278.  Since he was back in Dodger Stadium, Muncy wasn’t able to hit that ball into any body of water, but attending the game was Turtle from Entourage.

David Freese – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 8th homer, hitting .308, as he hit third.  The Dodgers are so good Dave Roberts can’t even mess them up.

Joe Musgrove – 4 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 4.87.  Joe Musgrove got charged again yesterday…with six runs!  *dodges tomato*  Don’t tip your waitresses…they’re all cows! *dodges head of lettuce*

Julio Teheran – 6 IP, 1 ER, 6 baserunners, 2 Ks, ERA at 2.92, an ERA of 0.81 over his last eight starts.  For the first time in a while, I watched Teheran and I can see why his peripherals say he’s not supposed to be great. He doesn’t really overpower people as much as throw junk, off the plate, and hope they make weak contact.  And, more times than not, they have been.  Far from a flashy add, but the Streamonator doesn’t hate his next start.

Yusei Kikuchi – 5 IP, 1 ER, 8 baserunners, 4 Ks, ERA at 4.78. Well, it’s baby steps, Bob, but when this sorta of line equates to “finally a solid start from Kikuchi,” are our expectations this low? Do we sit around a Friday night and watch 29 and Pregnant or Car Key Hunters? Okay, yes, but we deserve better!

Nelson Cruz – 3-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 12th homer, hitting .285.  Mentioned Cruz yesterday on the Donkey Teeth & B-Don podcast as a guy who will hit 30+ homers every year until he doesn’t, and I expect no less from him.  (It was part of my diatribe about the differences between schmotatoes and Zombinos and after my lengthy story about visiting a sperm bank.  You should give it a listen so you get the willies about me giving myself the willy.)

C.J. Cron – 1-for-5, 2 RBIs and his 15th homer, hitting .275.  Curtis Jackson Cron should hit two-fiddy every year like Khris Davis hits .247.  For symmetry sake, at least.

Marwin Gonzalez – 2-for-5, hitting near.350 in the last week.  He’ll be in this afternoon’s Buy column, mostly because I just love his position eligibility.  Don’t you?  He has everything! Talk about a great guy for your bench.  He’s saved me in so many pinches when a guy has a random off day.  I just love that!  No, I’m not trying to convince myself!  Screw you!  *turns to mirror* You handled that with great aplomb.

Michael Pineda – 5 2/3 IP, 1 ER, 4 baserunners, 4 Ks, ERA at 5.04.  Can an ERA be awful and also within a half run of the league average?  Rhetorical!  Pineda was hitting higher on the speed gun than he had been (93.3 vs. 91-92 prior to the IL stint), and he had a no-hitter thru 3 IP.  Okay, he’s not Johnny Vander Meer, but it’s something.

J.A. Happ – 5 IP, 4 ER, ERA at 4.66.  I’d say yesterday was especially brutal day for streaming, but I feel like the last five days are all running together in my head.

Tim Anderson – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 10th homer, hitting .317. He had six homers in April and two homers in May and June (obviously more days in June to go — good info, Grey). Also, hitting around .250 in the last six weeks.  I know, big surprise, he’s not a .380 hitter.  Don’t think he’s even a .300 hitter.

Aaron Bummer – 1 IP, 0 ER, ERA at 1.37, and his 1st save.  More like A. Bummer for the other teams, amiright?!  Huh?  No?  Okay.  Colome was resting and is supposedly fine.  Would be A. Bummer, if not.  Right?!  Still no?  Okay.

David Price – 1 1/3 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 3.52.  Insert GIF of Adam Sandler fighting Bob Barker, only instead of Adam Sandler, it’s me, and instead of Bob Barker, it’s me.  So, to recap what you’re seeing, I’m screaming, “The Price is wrong, b*tch,” and punching myself repeatedly, then winding up and punching myself some more.  That’s the kind of nightmare performance from Price that makes me think something is wrong with him, which means an IL stint.  Or worse, something’s wrong with him and he pitches again next time with equally terrible results.

J.D. Martinez – 1-for-4 and his 13th homer, hitting .299.  Just Dong because home runs are meant to be celebrated!

Jackie Bradley Jr. – 2-for-4, 3 RBIs and his 6th homer.  About a month again, I mentioned that JBJ was coming out of his funk, and I grabbed him. He was hitting .148 at the time, and now he’s hitting .205.

Rafael Devers – 1-for-4 and his 10th homer, hitting .296.  For the hype of Boston, Devers feels like he’s very quietly moving into the conversation for a top 25 hitter. Lot of baseball still to be played, but I’ve liked everything I’ve seen from Devers this year.  And from a cynic that means something.

Josh Smith – 1 IP, 0 ER, ERA at 5.84, and his 1st save.  Not only does Alex Cora not have a closer, but his closer is now, ‘whoever is left in the pen.’  “Hey, I need you to start warming up.”  “Um, skip, I was hired to make sure no one has sex on the special Ted Williams seat.”  “Don’t care, kid!  Get your mitt, you’re our closer!”

Adrian Sampson – 5 IP, 6 ER, ERA at 4.21.  Had four of five outstanding starts entering this game.  Now:  *sound of a balloon animal loosing its air*

Paul DeJong – Hit his 11th homer.  Colonel Mustard in the back of a Chuck E. Cheese with concrete rat nose!

Jack Flaherty – 5 1/3 IP, 4 ER, 8 baserunners, 8 Ks, ERA at 4.28.  If flattery gets you everywhere, I’m not sure where Flaherty gets you.  He’s a bit like adding ‘considering’ to a compliment.  “Your band sounded awesome, considering you were playing on the deck of the Titanic.”

Michael Conforto – Hit his 13th homer.  Conforto perception:  Top 25 outfielder.  Conforto reality:  Same value as Ramon Laureano.

Jacob deGrom – 7 IP, 2 ER, 6 baserunners, 8 Ks, ERA at 3.38.  As good as deGrom was and as bad as Price was, their ERAs are still nearly the same.  Pitching is quite the wonderful thing this year!

Jed LowrieMets said Lowrie is not close to seeing game action.  Since he signed for $20 million, I’d watch my back if I was him.  The Mets love to collect insurance money on their contracts.  For fun, Fred Wilpon watches a double feature of, “Zero Dark $30 Copay and PPOltergeist.”

 
  1. Stumanji! says:
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    5 ER? More like Fedde Whopped!

    It’s yours, take it.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Been there, used that

      • Stumanji! says:
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        Too obvious? I guess I’ll just go eff myself.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Well, not too obvious, I used it! (It’s a little obvious)

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            I’ll prolly go back to it at some point too

  2. Brett says:
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    drop Bryan Reynolds for Justin Upton?

    Thanks!

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      I would

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      I’d hold

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d go Upton

  3. Hebrew Hammer says:
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    Flaherty, my my my…8ks, 5 innings, ehh

    Lester, 3 innings of mastery. Wish I could bench him after that. Home run dirby 4th and 5th inning.

    This is going to be back-2-back weeks with an L for my team.

    Whom at Razzball reviews the daily The Hurt Feelings Report? Cram?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’m right there with you

  4. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!!

    Super report, man.

    a. I didn’t know Jon Lester was in the internationally-acclaimed Michelangelo Antonioni movie from 1966 Blow-up!, or as my Italian cinema professor used to say “Blow upa”. I saw it as part of my Italian cinema course in my uni days, I could have sworn he had a cameo!

    b. Well done to Jon Gray for the Coors Quality start…4 runs, 10Ks and 6 IP. Amiright? Grey?

    c. Before yesterday’s games, I was wondering how it’s possible that a pitcher with a 3.38 ERA has a 3-8 record. Then after yesterday’s games I was wondering how it’s possible that a pitcher with a 3.18 ERA could have a 4-8 record. Weird, right? I guess poor run support is the answer to both questions.

    d. Start Heaney tonight @ TB (Snell). Need wins (but I am so far behind it’s more to stave off 11th place who has 22 wins), Ks (especially Ks), WHIP, essentially all the pitcher categories.

    e. Saw the boxscore of the Seattle Twins game, remembered your quote from the pod on how DT really screwed the pooch on Kikuchi, hoped to see confirmation of that but then saw neither nor of that. Some other Seattle bullpen arm screwed the pooch in lieu of Kikuchi. So, DT is off the hook for one more start. Phew.

    f. Most commonly heard phrase after ‘You can put it on the board’ at Guaranteed Rate Field yesterday…

    Fan 1: Guess who won?

    Fan 2: The White Sox?

    Fan 1: You’re a bummer!

    g. Abbott and Costello quote of the day for June 14

    In Society, 1944

    [Still in Scene 2]

    Police Officer: What’s the matter with you? Get that thing off! You little… I’ll break
    every bone in your body!

    Albert (Costello): Take it easy. Take it easy. Take it easy. Watch your blood pressure, kid.

    Police Officer: I’m watchin’ it.

    Albert (Costello): Take it easy. I mean, after all, you’re workin’ for me. How do you like that? You’re fired. Okay!

    Police Officer: Why, you little rat! Listen, you little squirt! I’m the boss around here and you’re nothin’, see?

    Albert (Costello): Boy, you got a nice job.

    Police Officer: You bet your sweet life I have.

    Albert (Costello): Boss over nothing.

    Police Officer: Boss over nothing! How do you like that? [The police officer gives Lou another beating, turning his hat to 3 o’clock just like Michael Pineda wears it on a normal day.]

    Eddie (Abbott): Stop. Stop the noise. Go away.

    Albert (Costello): Take it easy. Take it easy. After all, let’s be nice about the whole thing.

    Eddie (Abbott): You should pay a little respect to the man. After all, he’s got a badge.

    Police Officer: You bet your life. It took me 20 years to earn that badge.

    Eddie (Abbott): You’re gonna show a little respect for it.

    Albert (Costello): Certainly.

    Police Officer: I’m the limb of the law.

    Albert (Costello): Yes, sir. Yes, sir.

    Eddie (Abbott): You’re a rotten limb.

    [The police officer turns around not knowing that it was Eddie (Abbott) who said it.]

    Police Officer: Oh! So, I’m a rotten limb, am I? Listen, the next crack you make, I’ll break every bone in your body!

    Albert (Costello): Yes, sir. Yes, sir.

    Eddie (Abbott): And he’ll do it too. He’s the type of guy who could do it.

    Police Officer: You’re not kiddin’!

    Albert (Costello): Okay, okay. See ya later.

    Police Officer: Why don’t you keep your mouth shut like your pal?

    Eddie (Abbott): Yeah.

    Police Officer: Then you wouldn’t get in trouble.

    Eddie (Abbott): He’s always lookin’ for fights all the time.

    h. Have a nice weekend.

    • Lol says:
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      h. Have a nice weekend.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      A. Haha, nice

      B. CQS!

      C. Yup

      D. Sounds fine

      E. DT’s never off the hook

      F. Ha

      G. Nice!

      H. You too!

      • galica says:
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        Grey!!!

        Now consulting the bot officially…Bought the package today. Stoked as you can imagine.

        1. So real question for anyone out there.

        Bot really hates all 4 of these guys. Start 1.

        a. Edu.Escobar at WAS (Scherzer), 254, -16.6

        b. Walker at WAS (Scherzer), 330, -28.2

        c. La Stella at TB (Snell), 293, -21.5

        d. Shaw at SF (Pomeranz), 298, -22.5 (that’s in the red, below 0)

        Am leaning Escobar.

        2. Start 1 streamer.

        a. Bassitt at home versus SEA (Gonzales), $7.7

        b. Kelly at home versus COL (Senzatela), $10.8

        Am leaning Kelly.

        3. Bot likes Naylor and Tapia ’cause Coors. You?

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          1. Agreed, Escobar

          2. Sure, Kelly

          3. Yeah, as long as they play

  5. Dan says:
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    Cooper, Mercado, or Braun ROS? Thanks!

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      Cooper

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Agree with MP

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with others

  6. toolshed says:
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    Dyson now has 1 more homer than Jose Ramirez. Ramirez also played in more games.

    Strahm didnt pitch for 10 days and then gets activated to start in Coors. Love it. Even better they thought he wouldn’t need a rehab assignment. Well it was a made up injury probably, but they should have gave him some minor league innings before activating him. I just hope they dont throw paddack out there after not pitching for 2 or 3 weeks since I own him.

    • Grey

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      I have no faith that Paddack is suddenly going to be fresh again after two weeks of not pitching, I hope I’m wrong

  7. FantasyLand says:
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    A. Ohtani or Renfroe ROS?

    B. Ohtani or Cruz ROS?

    C. Strahm or Lynn ROS?

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Ohtani, Ohtani, Strahm

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ohtani, Cruz, Lynn

  8. Blergball says:
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    Thor/Pham for Polanco/Yordan?

    • Mrs. Roger. Dorn. says:
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      Which of these weekend starts would you mess with? 12 team roto, innings capped

      Pivetta (@ ATL)
      Giolito (vs NYY)
      Framber (vs TOR)
      Quintana (@ LAD)

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Middle two look fine

    • Cram It says:
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      Polanco…assuming it’s Jorge.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        And not Jorgery

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Agree with Cram but it’s fair, don’t mind the other side if you need the arm

  9. Joe says:
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    10 team 5×5 OBP keeper, trying to figure out where to value a $25 Blackmon who I can trade for but wouldn’t be able to keep. Would you take him over $7 Albies or $4 Buxton? Dude wanted both but I think that’s way too much. I’m leaning no on Buxton (seems pointless), but think a deal around Albies seems about right; didn’t know if I was overvaluing my own player and undervaluing Blackmon. I’d almost definitely keep Albies and Buxton around for a while.

    Other thought, I will need to free up a roster spot for Gallo when he comes back and was thinking of offering Albies + $8 Riley for $20 Benintendi. Does that seem like a better thought than Blackmon if I can pull it off, or too much for Benintendi?

    Thanks!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d rather do just Albies for Blackmon

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  10. JoePapagiorgio says:
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    Drop Brendan Rodgers for Lourdes? Thanks Grey!

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      I would

    • Cram It says:
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      Yes

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Sure

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with others

  11. Jason says:
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    Molina was dropped . Should i pick him up and drop alfaro?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d hold

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  12. msh2404 says:
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    Big props to Streamonator!

    I drafted Carrasco and Taillon to carry my roto team and am leading the league in ERA and am 4th in WHIP due to daily Streamonator calls

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nice!

  13. Quit Yo Pitchin says:
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    Grey, (and DT)

    League: H2H 5×5 categories 10 Teams Keeper League

    Currently in 1st place (9-1) and I owe a lot of it to following you and your advice!
    Thanks in advance, you and your website is the best!!

    My Team:
    C: W. Contreras
    1B: P. Alonso
    2B: M. Moustakas
    3B: R. Devers
    SS: A. Mondesi
    2B/SS: T. Turner
    1B/3B: M. Olson
    OF: C. Blackmon
    OF: R. Hoskins
    OF: A. Meadows
    OF: Y. Alvarez
    UTIL: A. Hicks
    Bench: D. Swanson
    Bench: V. Robles
    Bench: M. Chavis
    Bench: T. Shaw
    IL: M. Haniger

    SP: T. Bauer, Z. Wheeler, L. Giolito, M. Soroka, E. Rodriguez, G. Canning, Y. Chirinos and F. Valdez
    RP: S. Doolittle and K. Yates
    IL: C. Smith
    IL: T. Glasnow

    1. Drop anyone of my batters for G. Cooper, A. Garcia, Y. Diaz, D. Smith Jr. or stash another prospect Biggio or Bichette, ROS? Position not an issue.

    2. Drop any of my pitchers for M. Stahm, S. Matz, P. Lopez or L. Lynn ROS?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Hey Quit yo pitchin,

      1. I’d go Cooper over Shaw
      2. Lopez over EdRod for me

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Quit yo pitchin!

      Agree with DT

      • Quit Yo Pitchin says:
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        Thanks guys. The best! Have a great weekend.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          You too!

  14. Pine Tar Incident says:
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    ***bulk alert***

    Chavez to open for Texas. Appears more “bullpen” day (1-2 IP) than “bulk” day (3+ IP). Shelby Miller is who I’m speculating on, Smyly a natural candidate but his ankle has been balky.

    Ohtani is just reacting to the shade you threw his way a two podcasts ago! Lesser version of the buy/sell jinx.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks! Good info!

      Haha, yeah

  15. Chuckles Tiddlesworth says:
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    Regarding Dahl, don’t forget, he was CS yesterday AGAIN! At least we have the high average, right?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      And 4 steals

      • Will says:
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        That’s 4 caught stealings against only 2 steals, Sir Grey.

  16. Monger says:
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    Bench one (Points league)

    Marwin vs KC (Keller)
    Domingod @Oak (Bassitt)
    Eloy vs NYY (Sabathia)
    Victor Robles vs Ari (Ray)

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      Victor Robles

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Marwin

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with MP

  17. Twins Peaker says:
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    Very tough to answer given my my descriptor VERY broad question, but here goes:

    Which currently bad starting pitchers do you think will turn things around to being good by the end of the year? Could be to previous years totals, expected totals, bad luck despite good peripherals, etc.

    It’s been an awful and awfully unpredictable year.

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Bauer, Marquez, Flaherty, Nola, Kikuchi