Hello? Anyone out there? With just two and a half weeks left to the major league baseball/standard rotisserie season, itâ€™s starting to feel like there are just a few of us left, stranded in a deep, dark cave. If you are still grinding out these final games and fighting for a money finish, good luck and congratulations. If you are completely out of it in your league but are still actively tinkering with and setting your lineup for the good of the fantasy game, you are a better man than many, and I hope the fantasy gods reward you with future spoils. And if you are just killing time at work or trying to distract yourself from a disastrous week one in fantasy football and reading this even though you donâ€™t currently own a deep-league fantasy baseball team that you are actively managing, thank you and welcome!Please, blog, may I have some more?
WhenÂ Jonathan Lucroy vetoed the trade to the Indians this past weekend, I thought we were going to find out Lucroy was Joey Lauren AdamsÂ in Chasing Amy. Â Other teams were going to try and convert him into one of their players, but he was always going to continue to play for the other team. Â Then, at some point, he was going to describe oral sex in insane, graphic detail, using balls, bats, and a gear shift, and other teams were just going to give up trying to get him to play for their team. Â Then it turned out the Brewers were not going to be “Holden” him forever, you can “Banky” on it. Â Jonathan Lucroy and Jeremy Jeffress were Chinese finger-cuffed to each other and sent to the Rangers for Lewis Brinson and Luis Ortiz. Â By the way, Luis/Lewis is the Spanish version of tomato-tomahto. Â I wonder what the Brewers finally said to Lucroy. Â “We love you, but, dude, if you really love this organization, you’ll get the eff out of here. Â Go!” Â Then cried in the rain all super-weepy like Ben Affleck. Â So,Â Lucroy gets a small boost in value from the lineup, but the stadium changeÂ is nearly a push. Â As for Jeremy Jeffress, who is Jason Lee in this scenario, willÂ work set up for SamÂ Dyson, who will keep the job. Â Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Welcome to the 2016 Razzball Team Previews! Youâ€™ll find everything you need to know about each team to get yourself ready for the upcoming fantasy baseball season. And I mean everything, folks. Weâ€™ve got line-ups, charts,Â Slurpees, lube, a guide for beginner electricians, and even aÂ cactus! Well, that’s a lie. That’s what Jay had last year sitting in front of him. This year? Um…a little less lube? Take that as you will.Â But hey, we’ve got teams to preview and questions to ask, so let’s hop to it. We a very special guest for this post… James Attwood,Â to provide his take on what the team has in store this season. Now enough rambling, let’s see what 2016 holds for theÂ Arizona Diamondbacks!Please, blog, may I have some more?
If the excitement of the World Series wasn’t enough, the Mets can also celebrateÂ the success of Michael Conforto and Steven Matz in 2015. Both look like solid fantasy options moving forward. As much as it hurts my insides as a Phillies fan, the Mets shouldÂ be good for a while with that pitching staff. On the farm there aren’t a ton of impact fantasy players if you’re not counting Matz anymore. Dom Smith might be your best bet, but he’s yet to show his game power. Amed Rosario hasn’t taken off offensively, and Marcos Molina went under the knife. There’s a lot of international talent in the low minors however, and those signings will keep feeding the system. What this farm lacks in star power it makes up for in depth.Please, blog, may I have some more?
I am a realist. Â Not everyone is down with the rationale of being hip to pitching and ditching. Â That statement is both literal and figurative. Â We now have threeÂ weeks remaining of games. Â I mean, you either want to win and go for it with whatever you have at your discretion, or you will just listen to the piper playing and roll off the side of the mountain with the other lemmings that will go by the best names possible on my roster wins. Â Sorry if I stand here in my skidz pajamas and call you stupid, but you stupid. Â Go to the bathroom, smash your head into the sink, and then splash some water your face. Â It ain’t over until it’s over, it wasn’t over when the JapaneseÂ bombed Pearl Harbor and it ain’t over now. Â Go to our waiver wire, listen to what I have to say about streaming… It’s really simple:Â Pitch twice and ditch, regardless of outcome or what J-FOH says about pitching, because little league was 25 years ago and pitching donuts is different than actually knowing baseball. Â So here is some late season K/9, usage and trends that I have noticed that’s going on with the bullpens in the past few days. Â Cheers!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Well, last week I said the Boston situation would go swimmingly, results so far have been 2 drowning victims and an all-Asian rescue team. First, Andrew Bailey went down with triceps injury, then Joel Hanrahan said, “anything you can do I can do better,” and has a forearm strain. Now, I’m no doctor, I pretend to play one at 2 AM and it’s last call, different story, but you get my point, but isn’t it only one arm, not fore? So to the rescue in their tight red water panties are the best combo since Chico found the man, Koji and Junichi. The eighth and ninth innings for all games on NESN now will be in full anime, and Rem-Dog will be eaten. I fully expect Tazawa to be the focal point of save situations until either Bailey or Hanrahan return. He was closing for a tick last year at Pawtucket, which is like me fishing and saying I’m Gordon’s fisherman. The numbers this year are pretty outstanding (18 K’s in 14 In) so he has momentum, his only flaw is he is a fly ball pitcher and that tends to bite ya in the oshiri…sometimes. Stay tuned to see what else I see/saw or foresee coming up in the world of conclusionary pitchers and the gents that set them up.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The week was going swimmingly, with inflatable swim muscles, I may add, then Kevin Gregg showed up and said “Oh, I thought everyone wore these glasses now.” I don’t trust Kevin for 2 reasons, closers come and closers go (Kyuji is coming back) so add that into your closer entree like a good splash of adobo. The second reason is he has two first names, I’m sorry, it’s a phobia of mine ever since I went to school with a kid named Ferris Ferris. No I didn’t stutter, that’s a true story. Next we move to Boston, where Joe-L is returning from the DL; John Farrell has said what is typical, we will see what happens. My 2 cents is that Bailey keeps it until he falters or Hanrahan whines enough to make a stink. If I could call Joel, this is how the convo would go. Sup Joel. Who is this? Then I would hang up and not answer when he star 69’s me. I do that cause I don’t like people messin’ around on my phone. Lastly this week, I have moved Jim Johnson, minus his cult following, into the top tier. He has shown me enough to warrant a bump up. The games he pitches in are showing the confidence that Buck has in him, like a great illegitimate dad would in his Maury Povich type son. The bump over Papelbon is based purely on stats and accumulation right now, Paps just isn’t seeing the chances that some other closers are seeing and that inevitably hurts my feelings and his stats/value. Enjoy the week as if you were listening to the soundtrack from Rocky 4, what could get better than that.? If you said that talking robot Pauly got, then we are on the same page my friend.Please, blog, may I have some more?
So with a continuation from previous post about fantasy baseball middle relievers today will be the senior circuit and the National League. Â I personally tend to notice that it is easier to stream or pick up relievers from the NL because of the way they substitute pitchers in games more frequently. Â Please, blog, may I have some more?Please, blog, may I have some more?
Colorado Rockies 2010 Minor League Review
Overall farm ranking via Baseball America (2010)
2010 (10) | 2009 (20) | 2008 (7) | 2007 (2) | 2006 (11) | 2005 (6) | 2004 (15)
Record of Major and Minor League Teams
MLB: [83 â€“ 79] NL West
AAA: [73 â€“ 69] Pacific Coast League â€“ Colorado Springs
AA: [74 â€“ 66] Texas League â€“ Tulsa
A+: [ 75 â€“ 65] California League – Modesto
A: [68 â€“ 70] South Atlantic League â€“ Asheville
A(ss): [47 â€“ 29] Northwest League â€“ Tri-City
R: [28 â€“ 46] Pioneer League – Casper