It feels like just the other day the baseball regular season started.  You wrote “I heart baseball” in permanent marker on your arm, then you met a girl who wrote “I heart guys who heart baseball” on her arm, then, during sex in August, you screamed out “I love you, Arenado!” and now you don’t have baseball or a girlfriend.  C’mon, calendar, make like a soldier and turn to March.  The only cure for the post-baseball season blues — recapping the preseason top twenty lists and being hand-fed Doritos.  First up, Cool Ranch and our preseason Top 20 Catchers for 2015.  It’s important to look back before we look ahead to 2016.  To paraphrase the one and only B-Real, “How do you know where you’re at, if you don’t know where you’ve been? Understand where I’m coming from?”  It wouldn’t be fair for me to preseason rank the players, then rank them again in the postseason based on my opinion, so these postseason top 20 lists are ranked according to our Fantasy Baseball Player Rater.  It’s cold hard math, y’all!  Please, for the love that all is holy, don’t ask me if this is for next year.  Anyway, here’s the top 20 catchers for 2015 fantasy baseball and how they compared to where I originally ranked them:

1. Buster Posey – Have absolutely nothing against Posey.  Actually he seems like a good cat, assuming I liked cats and if saying ‘Posey cat’ didn’t make me sound like I was a villain from a Saturday morning cartoon.  Drafting a top catcher is a good way to lose your league.  You drafted a top catcher instead of, say, Arenado.  Then someone else punted catcher and drafted Arenado.  You ended up with Sandoval and Posey and lost to the person who drafted Arenado and just picked up Vogt, Martin, Norris, Schwarber…Do I need to go on?  Preseason Rank #2, 2015 Projections: 67/22/85/.302/1, Final Numbers:  74/19/95/.318/2

2. Brian McCann – Here’s what I said in the preseason, “I love Steamer, but he’s crazy projecting McCann to hit 27 homers in 2015 in 528 ABs.”  And that’s me quoting me!  The moral of that story?  Don’t second guess Steamer’s projections.  Preseason Rank #9, 2015 Projections: 52/20/69/.248, Final Numbers:  68/26/94/.232

3. Evan Gattis – Nailed Gattis’s preseason ranking and projection!  Pretty bummed he didn’t get catcher eligibility for next year.  Pun points since Gattis used to be homeless.  Preseason Rank #3, 2015 Projections: 67/27/81/.251, Final Numbers:  66/27/88/.246

4. Russell Martin – His power outburst can attributed to one thing: the turnstile Encarnacion and Bautista put in the Blue Jays’ clubhouse that required a cortisone shot to pass through to the field.  Preseason Rank #17, 2015 Projections: 53/13/69/.248/6, Final Numbers:  76/23/77/.240/4

5. Carlos Santana – In ESPN leagues, Santana didn’t have catcher eligibility, so ignore this ranking if you played there, as I wish I ignored Santana in the preseason.  Preseason Rank #1, 2015 Projections: 73/28/89/.254/4, Final Numbers:  72/19/85/.231/11

6. Salvador Perez – I hit on this in the next blurb, but this is the last guy I could’ve saw owning from April until October in 12-team leagues and shallower.  It’s the age-old debate of Steve Winwood vs. Ron Popeil.  The school of “If you see a chance to stream a catcher, you take it” vs. Set it and Forget it.  Preseason Rank #6, 2015 Projections: 58/14/74/.286/1, Final Numbers:  52/21/70/.260/1

7. Stephen Vogt – I owned guys after this mark in my 12 team league, so don’t take this the wrong way, but from this point on, you were crummy with crackers if you held one of these guys all year long in a 12-team or shallower league.  I believe, I believe, I believe in Stephen Vogt, but he didn’t believe in hitting for the final three months.  Preseason Rank #21, 2015 Projections: 56/11/52/.288/2, Final Numbers:  58/18/71/.261

8. Derek Norris – Interesting thing to note here (not interesting at all), Norris came pretty close to hitting my preseason projections, but landed twelve spots ahead in the rankings.  That means, offense is so down that a guy I project for yawnstipating numbers should be the 20th ranked catcher and ended up eighth.  As Brad Ausmus would say, “Oy gevalt.”  Preseason Rank #20, 2015 Projections: 50/12/59/.252/4, Final Numbers:  65/14/62/.250/4

9. Nick Hundley – The lesson to be learned from Hundley?  A guy that is a .240 hitter becomes a .300 hitter in Coors.  Preseason Rank #15, 2015 Projections: 51/15/58/.254, Final Numbers: 45/10/43/.301/5

10. Kyle Schwarber – You can say he was one of the best pickups this season, because, well, he was, but he also illuminates how terrible the catchers were.  Schwarber was top ten for catchers, and he only played 69 games.  Sexy number, and all.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  52/16/43/.246/3

11. Welington Castillo – It’s true, I didn’t rank The Boeuf, but I did mention him in Montero’s preseason blurb, saying how I wanted Castillo to get ABs because of his upside.  To further emphasize how awful catchers are, Castilllo was really only ownable for two months.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  42/19/57/.237

12. Francisco Cervelli –  I went back and double-checked my preseason rankings to make sure I didn’t miss Cervelli because I’m surprised I didn’t rank him.  He didn’t change his name mid-season from John Jaso, did he?  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers: 56/7/43/.295/1

13. J.T. Realmuto – He had a season that would usually be a poor man’s Yadier season, but this year it was a rich man’s Yadier season, which makes him a middle income Yadier.  I will call him, Ralph Nadier.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  49/10/47/.259/8

14. Wilson Ramos – Great year for Ramos from a fantasy perspective.  No, he didn’t win people leagues or have a breakout year, but prior to this year, there was a glimmer of hope that if Ramos played for more than 30 games, he’d have a huge year.  Ramos proved this year he’s not that good even in a full season, so, from a fantasy perspective, that’s good so we can stop holding out hope.  Preseason Rank #8, 2015 Projections: 58/18/66/.262, Final Numbers:  41/15/68/.229

15. A.J. Pierzynski – Hey, it’s the other A.J. Pollock!  Wikipedia tells me it could also be A.J. Polack or A.J. Polock.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  38/9/49/.300

16. Miguel Montero – In May, Kipnis scored 30 runs.  In six months, Montero scored 36 runs.  And you don’t think you should punt catcher?  P to the fft.  Preseason Rank #18, 2015 Projections:  45/14/62/.238, Final Numbers:  36/15/53/.248/1

17. Yasmani Grandal – I nearly nailed the preseason projections for OBPWulf.  What do I win?  Not having to say anything else about him!  Preseason Rank #14, 2015 Projections:  53/17/64/.231/2, Final Numbers:  43/16/47/.234

18. Yadier Molina – How bad are catchers?  Look at Molina’s final numbers.  That crizzap is so awful his brothers couldn’t even swallow it.  Preseason Rank #11, 2015 Projections: 64/10/72/.291/3, Final Numbers:  34/4/61/.270/3

19. Jonathan Lucroy – I didn’t rank him this low in the preseason, but I said to not draft him and ranked him easily the lowest of all fantasy baseball ‘perts.  One comment from the preseason, “Your C rankings are bold and very different from other sites.  I like that.  I disagree on Lucroy though.  A guy who could easily hit .300+/.370 with 15-18 HR is closer to Posey than Mauer at this point (I compared Lucroy unfavorably to Mauer in the rankings).  The power isn’t sexy but it’s solid and in this AVG depressed age Lucroy is pretty valuable.”  Another comment from the preseason, “I love your rankings.  Agree with you more than anyone else.  Question:  Every source has Lucroy rated MUCH higher (most have him #2 catcher ).  Why such a LARGE difference?”  Cause I’m a witch.  Preseason Rank #10, 2015 Projections: 69/12/61/.291/5, Final Numbers:  51/7/43/.264/1

20. Travis d’Arnaud – Injuries totally derailed his season or he’d be ranked much higher.  The best is yet to come for the d’Governator!  Preseason Rank #12, 2015 Projections: 60/19/71/.237/1, Final Numbers:  31/12/41/.268

  1. The Theory says:
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    What a godawful, depressing position.

    • J-FOH says:
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      @The Theory: I disagree. There is a fine art to the position that seperates the winners from the losers. It’s no fun if every position is set it and forget it.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        @J-FOH: You sound like the guy in the art gallery admiring the piece of art made of crap

        • J-FOH says:
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          @Grey: elephant dung art is my jam

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            You’re a man with eclectic taste

            • J-FOH says:
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              @Grey: I eat tongue tacos

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                That taco speaks for itself!

                • J-FOH says:
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                  @Grey: pun point!

                • Ra'zbahl Al Ghul says:
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                  @Grey: Dung tacos?

                  • Grey

                    Grey says:
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                    Oh, now that’s just too far

                    • J-FOH says:
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                      Sounds like something ramses would say

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Ha, totally…You need to be Ramsey for Halloween, you have the speech patterns down already

                    • J-FOH says:
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                      Im not shaving the beard….even though I cut it in half yesterday

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Cut in half? Why?

                    • J-FOH says:
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                      @Grey: it tickled my nipple the other day and I thought to myself this is just wrong. I also need to look cleaner for work. I can send you a selfie if you like….you’ll probably say no

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      I appreciate the offer, but I’m going to decline at this time

                    • J-FOH

                      J-FOH says:
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                      you dont want that getting in the way of your 50,000 selfies in your phone….of yourself

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      My selfie folder is now offended, thanks a lot!

                    • J-FOH

                      J-FOH says:
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                      your selfie folder communicates in emojis? Is there anything apple hasnt thought of yet?

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      My selfie folder doesn’t want to continue this conversation, my selfie folder has a tude!

      • The Theory says:
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        @J-FOH: day late reply, but idgaf.

        You raise a fair point! But that doesn’t make it not godawful and depressing. That just makes it a rubik’s cube that has you smashing your forehead against the wall.

  2. Noam says:
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    Nice write up Grey!
    How about in a points league? Would you draft Posey? The biggest difference between the #1 guy and the #2 guy at any position…

    • Baezaworldseries says:
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      @Noam: In my points league(counts BB), Posey was second best C , 46th best hitter, and 102nd overall.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Noam: I wouldn’t

  3. Left Hangs Lower says:
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    Nice Gattis call!

    I saw ESPN released an early 2016 top-250 ranking. You may have some competition for the Mookie Man Love. Cockcroft has him at #17.

    One up him, Grey! RANK MOOKIE #1 AND BREAK THE INTERNET WITH THAT FABULOUS ASS.

    • MattTruss

      MattTruss says:
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      Ah, the hype will be strong with this one…

      • J-FOH says:
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        @MattTruss: agreed. I think amnesia for the 2015 pre season is alive and well.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Left Hangs Lower: Haha…Damn, that is early…Oh well…I won’t be alone

  4. Cram It says:
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    Final Catcher totals in FCL. 536 AB’s .244 67/23/85/3 Who was he?

    Norris
    Hundley
    Realmuto
    D’Arnaud
    Gomes
    Perez
    Rupp
    Weiters
    Ramos
    Zunino
    Mckenry

    Or Carlos Santana without the wasted draft pick…

    • Grey

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      @Cram It: Ha, nice, I should’ve done that in this post… I had Yasmani, Norris, Zunino, Welington, Wilin… 18 HRs, looks around a .270 average… Congrats on your huge win, btw…I’ll get your info in JFOH’s post next week and send out your prizes…

      • Cram It says:
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        @Grey: Yeah you should have! It would really exemplify why you shouldn’t draft a Posey with cold hard numbers.

        Thanks man. Gotta say it feels good! Shit ain’t easy!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Very impressed, winning the entire RCL is like climbing Everest while smoking a pack a day

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Grey: best analogy ever

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Ha

          • Cram It says:
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            @Grey: Hey, I’ve got fantasy skills. Happier that I could prove it to some of these naysayers more than anything. I’ve also got “hitting HR’s in softball with a butt hanging out of my mouth” skills, so we’re full circle here.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Ha, Kenny Powers would be proud

        • Ra'zbahl Al Ghul says:
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          @Cram It: Mucho congrats Cram

        • AL KOHOLIC says:
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          @Cram It: congrats on the overall,i gave it all i had especiall when stanton and springer went down,great year Cram it

          • Cram It says:
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            @AL KOHOLIC: Thanks Al, good stuff. And cheers to you. Non-alcoholic if you must.

            • AL KOHOLIC says:
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              @Cram It: oh no,ill drink the good stuff,the first step to recovery is admitting the problem

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Grey: I’ll add it in to the post

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Cool

        • Cram It says:
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          @J-FOH: A fine idea.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Cram It: seriously any other tidbits like that you want to add you can email to me. It’s your post….I already had mine yesterday

            • Cram It says:
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              @J-FOH: Maybe I will then. You said keep it short and I thought you would be doing your post yesterday.

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Cram It: Oh I finished it but can still update it until it comes out. Its not a big deal, I told you to do that to keep it in check, now that its together I can still add in

                • Cram It says:
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                  @J-FOH: I do have some comments/stats about the RP effect that I found interesting. I’ll email you tonight.

                  • J-FOH

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                    @Cram It: thanks, I appreciate that

                    • Cram It says:
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                      @J-FOH: My pleasure. You know I love this stuff.

      • The Big Yabu says:
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        @Grey: Super-fun game! Took me a few minutes to add it all up, but I got .248 / 74 R / 20 HR / 76 RBI / 1 SB in 600 ABs.
        Started the season with Lucroy, and then when he got hurt I just rosterbated the rest of the way using Hittertron.
        My full list is:
        Lucroy, Montero, Gomes, Hundley, Yadi, Ramos, Castro, Jaso, d’Arnaud, Wilin, A.J., Wieters, Castillo, Chironos, Martin, McKenry, Brayan Pena, Zunino — and Dioner Navarro, but he ended up on the bench that day and so didn’t get me any stats.

        And a bit congrats to Cram! I was in it for a while, but then couldn’t sustain in the second half. Really impressive to maintain that level for a full season.
        Looking forward to the full write-up!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Wow, 600 ABs? You were working it everyday!

        • Cram It says:
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          @The Big Yabu: Thanks Yoba Goya! Probably a real coup for you that Lucroy got hurt!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Cram It: It was actually 19 HRs for me

    • Fungazi says:
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      @Cram It: That is a fun game. Mine was 497 AB 83/25/79/4 .225

      Started with Zunino, then mostly Norris and Schwarber with cameos from D’Arnaud and Ramos.

      • Cram It says:
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        @Fungazi: It is a fun game!

  5. Lville Jim says:
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    Catcher review, a sure fire method for eliminating morning wood.

  6. Wilson says:
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    Hi Grey, who do you Think to win the series?

    TOR or TEX? HOU or KC? NYM or LAD? CHC or STL? Thanks

      • Wilson says:
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        @Grey: i meant to predict every series winner.
        1. TOR or TEX
        2. HOU or KC
        3. NYM or LAD
        4. CHC or STL

        THANKS

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          TOR…HOU…Dodgers…CUBS

          • Gray's Sports Almanac says:
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            @Grey: Keep up the hot streak after calling the WC games! I’ve liked all the predictions except the TOR going all the way one, it disagrees with me (Gray’s Sports Almanac) and I just cant have that happen dammit

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Biff, is this you?

              • Gray's Sports Almanac says:
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                Don’t give away my secret, make like a tree and get outta here….

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Damn, it is you!

  7. El Famous Burrito says:
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    Did you see the Cubs-Pirates game last night?

    Sean Rodriguez is starting to look like Li’l Sweet from the Diet Dr. Pepper commercials.

    • CMUTimmah says:
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      @El Famous Burrito: Maybe that’s why he punched the cooler… it was gatorade and not Diet Dr Pepper…

  8. neogonzo mourning says:
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    you think Blake Swihart will make your top 20 next year?

  9. J-FOH says:
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    I figured Cram would of been first in today

    • Cram It says:
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      @J-FOH: 9 a.m. is the best i can do.

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Cram It: me too

  10. CMUTimmah says:
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    “Drafting a top catcher is a good way to lose your league. You drafted a top catcher instead of, say, Arenado. Then someone else punted catcher and drafted Arenado. You ended up with Sandoval and Posey and lost to the person who drafted Arenado and just picked up Vogt, Martin, Norris, Schwarber…Do I need to go on?”

    Reminds me of:

    “A quarter inch to the left and I’m a hero”
    “A quarter inch to the right and you miss the net completely.”
    “Huh…. I never thought about it like that.”
    (paraphrased Mighty Ducks quote… Hockey season is upon us!)

    I believed in Vogt. Walked away from the post draft waivers with him late to pair his multi-position eligibility with Yan Gomes as my everyday catcher (Yan was available later than he should have been, yet somehow, he still burned me…) Vogt was a very nice piece for my team for a long time… he had over a 1.000 OPS well passed a month into the season… but I expected the downfall, and moved him, CDick and Carpenter for Chris Davis and Martin. Talk about a hit on a trade.

    Final joke was on me though, as the guy I made that trade with beat me in the finals with my own guys… (I probably didn’t make the finals without that trade though, so it all comes out in the wash).

    Goes to show you, you can be all knowing, and it’s still a craps shoot in head to head playoffs. To be honest… all fantasy leagues come down to these dice rolls… why do I even play?!? Daily fantasy seems more in line with a fair game. Oh wait… the people that work there aren’t playing fair? Damn it. Is anything in life sacred anymore?!?

    I’m going to take a nap, I’m clearly fussy.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @CMUTimmah: H2H is a crapshoot, but doesn’t justify getting good catchers

  11. Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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    Excellent articulation of your point re: Posey. I will yet again look forward to not drafting a catcher at all (or taking one after pick 210) next year. Went with that strategy this year and ended up with Martin in one and a combo of Schwabs/Cervelli/Hundley/D’Arnaud in my 2 catcher league – letting me drafter the Arenados and Arrietas of the world instead!

    • Grey

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      Totally!

  12. Zeus says:
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    Spot on with the catcher advice again. I’ve been punting on C for years to great success. In my big auction league spent $13 out of $330 on Ramos and Hundley while others wasted money on the bigger names. Not great years but they got the job done.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Exactly!

  13. Scott says:
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    Say hello to Christine O’Donnell for me!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha

  14. I won my fantasy league with TdA and Vogt starting 2/3 of the season. When Travis got hurt, I just left him in there. Didn’t think it made sense to waste a bench spot and I wasn’t dropping him in this keeper league.

    Around the deadline I was offered wieters and Revere for Vogt and took it. I still won this league because catchers are not that important. I just always want high average guys so they do not kill me there and take any other stats they give you as gravy.

    • Grey

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      Yup, exactly!

  15. PK says:
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    I know that catcher is always a sad state of affairs, but the year-end review really drives the point home. What a wasteland.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      It’s a catcher wasteland…Baba O’Riley!

  16. Gray's Sports Almanac says:
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    Loving the “frankencatcher” stats being reported. It would be cool to see a bunch in a table to go all “Rudy” analyzing it….

    Here is mine
    Catchers (didn’t draft one initially)
    Ramos, Gattis (yes someone dropped him), Rosario, Schwarber, Castillo and Swihart

    Stats
    .251 /89 R / 29 HR / 101 RBI / 3 SB in 573 ABs. Damn until I tallied that up, I had no idea that my catcher was the best “player” on my team this year. What do you think, those stats good enough for a top 20 player, maybe top 30?

    • Grey

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      Those stats are insane for a cobbled together catcher…That’s a top 75 player

  17. GhostTownSteve says:
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    The Blue Jays have the most prominent PA in baseball. It’s like the voice of God coming right through the headphones and into my head.

    Though I question why God’s message to me is “designated hitter….Prince Fielder”

    • GhostTownSteve says:
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      @GhostTownSteve:

      also, I love Jerry Howarth

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Sounds like he loves God too

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      HA! God cares that you know the lineups, unless there’s a hidden message…

      • GhostTownSteve says:
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        @Grey:

        Didn’t God also have a son who was some sort of Prince of somthing or other. Is Cecil Fielder God?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yes and yes…How’d you not know?

  18. Simply Fred

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    Will join the fray:
    Posey final in 557 ABs:
    74/19/95/.318/2
    Simply Fred’s final, 19 catchers in 557 ABs (yes, miraculously equal to Posey):
    69/18/93/.246/2

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      If only they had one more hit…

      • Simply Fred

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        @Grey: I KNEW that was coming. Mind like a steal trap.

        Can’t tell you how much I respect you!

  19. SheriffMcRawDawg says:
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    I’ve gotta say, luckily someone in the comments pushed Martin huge in a post right before I drafted. Can’t remember who, but until then I wasn’t even thinking about him and grabbed him later-ish in 2 leagues I won. Thank you whoever you are

    • Grey

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      Ha

  20. SteveNZ says:
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    Just a set and forget with McCann in both RCLs over here.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I did that with Yasmani for about half the season… Hey, why wasn’t Tolleson used?

      • SteveNZ says:
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        @Grey: No idea – didn’t even realise the game was on. Thought it would start later!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Ha, you and Harold Reynolds

          • SteveNZ says:
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            @Grey: It’s kinda funny during the season to look at a guy and you have the impression that he’s completely on fire, and he seems to be hitting home runs almost every day for a stretch.And you’re thinking jeez, this guy is having a great year. I’m thinking of someone like Cervelli here.
            And then this post comes along and you see his final numbers…
            It’s probably an H2H view of the world, but I guess anyone can be valuable – it just depends on when he does his thing.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              I had the same thought of Yasmani… I thought he had a great year, I sure owned him for a while… Turns out, he was just okay in the big picture

              • SteveNZ says:
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                @Grey: And as you know, EVERY player gets hot when I’m up against them in H2H.

                • J-FOH says:
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                  @SteveNZ: maybe if you lived on the side of the world where baseball takes place then it wouldn’t be so upside down

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  We need to have a separate column next year of the guys you’re against

                  • SteveNZ says:
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                    @Grey: It would be just as long as the list of guys I’m up against who sucked.

                    I don’t talk about them so much…

                    • Grey

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                      Yeah, maybe a little bit of confirmation bias here

            • J-FOH says:
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              @SteveNZ: he was James Loney behind the plate

  21. Cohen says:
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    Grey,who do u like tonight? K.C. or Houston?

  22. Cohen says:
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    Grey, who do u like tonight KC or Houston?

  23. Cohen says:
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    Grey who do u like tonight KC or Houston?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Houston

  24. Cohen says:
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    Thx,sorry for the triple post

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No problem

  25. Blahblahblah says:
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    Ran a three man frankencatcher this year.
    Drafted Martin in the 18th, rode him most of the season until he got hurt/slumped, then ran out Castillo and Rosario for the stretch and through the playoffs.

    Totals
    Runs:65 Hits: 105 HR: 17 RBI: 62 SB:4 BB: 45 K: 94 BA: 0.240

    Not half bad.

    • Grey

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      Nah, not bad at all…

  26. Chucky says:
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    Keeper League, 3 yrs eligible. 6×6 OBP. C Schwarber or DH S Marte?

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