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 July, you screamed out “I got a Trumboner!” 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 2016.  It’s important to look back before we look ahead to 2017.  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?”  (Also, if you missed it, I interviewed B-Real this year on our podcast, though that might not have been as good as our Jose Canseco interview.)  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 2016 fantasy baseball and how they compared to where I originally ranked them:

1. Jonathan Lucroy – *shakes fist at JB*  You got me this time, you big galoot!  The only thing I will say defending myself and punting catcher, in general, Lucroy ended the year ranked 77th overall, about that of Carlos Beltran and Anthony Rendon.  Even if you drafted Lucroy where he was going in the preseason, you didn’t get any value.  The top catcher overall was about as valuable as David Price.  A pitcher with a 3.99 ERA.  The top catcher overall only had 67 runs.  106 players had more runs than him.  Guys like Yunel Escobar and Joe Mauer had more runs.  So, yes, Lucroy was the best catcher, but he’s still only the world’s tallest midget, who is not apparently Altuve.  Preseason Rank #17, 2016 Projections:  60/9/51/.258/4, Final Numbers:  67/24/81/.292/5

2. 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, Freeman.  Then someone else punted catcher and drafted Freeman.  You ended up with Matt Carpenter and Posey and lost to the person who drafted Freeman and just picked up from waivers Wilson Ramos, Yasmani, Realmuto… And don’t even get me started about the people who drafted Schwarber.  Preseason Rank #1, 2016 Projections:  75/20/91/.310/2, Final Numbers:  82/14/80/.288/6

3. Wilson Ramos – This was the year Ramos hung an eye chart on opposing pitchers and spelled aloud, “I-S-E-E-Y-O-U-F-A-N-T-S-Y-V-A-L-U-E.  D-I-D-I-S-P-E-L-L-F-A-N-T-S-Y-W-R-O-N-G?”  Too bad his Lasik couldn’t help him avoid more knee problems.  At least we know Ramos will never kneel for the National Anthem.  It’s impossible for him.  Preseason Rank #13, 2016 Projections: 53/16/60/.238, Final Numbers:  58/22/80/.307

4. Evan Gattis – Ramos started the area of the recap where catchers could’ve been had off of waivers.  As for Gattis, he was on waivers too at various times during the season.  That’s right, two catchers that were on teams all year, and possibly three with Salvador Perez, depending on the patience of his owner.  CAGNOF, anyone?  Preseason Unranked for catchers, 2016 Projections:  61/25/78/.243, Final Numbers:  58/32/72/.251/2

5. J.T. Realmuto – Wanna know how terrible catchers are?  Of course, you do, you’re reading this!  Catchers are so bad that I came pretty close to pegging Realmuto’s projections and I thought he was worth around the 14th best catcher.  Sure, if I gave him forty extra points in average, that would’ve boosted him to maybe 11th or 10th in the preseason, but 5th?  J.T., as in Just Terrible.  Preseason Rank #14, 2016 Projections: 51/11/54/.264/10, Final Numbers: 60/11/48/.303/12

6. Russell Martin – Russell John Coltrane Iggy Azalea Martin finished with essentially the same value as I thought he would, which was a garbage pile where you occasionally found a roll of nickels.  Preseason Rank #8, 2016 Projections: 63/15/69/.244/5, Final Numbers:  62/20/74/.231/2

7. Yasmani Grandal – Since I had Yasmani for the better part of the year in my RCL, it’s time to look at what I got from my Frankencatcher (this is not going to be pretty).  In 468 at-bats, I got 49/15/55/.216/1.  That is so awful.  If I just held Grandal, Ramos, Realmuto or McCann, all guys I had at one point, I would’ve been better off.  Makes me think Ron Popeil has a point with his set it and forget it.  Though, with those awful catcher numbers, I still came in 2nd place and lost due to pitching.   Preseason Rank #22, 2016 Projections:  47/14/52/.244/1, Final Numbers:  49/27/72/.228/1

8. Yadier Molina – This guy moving so far up the end of the season rankings reminds me of the benefits of global warming.  Ice caps melt and oceans rise which will make it easy to climb Mt Everest.  Preseason Rank #24, 2016 Projections: 40/6/50/.261/2, Final Numbers:  56/8/58/.307/3

9. Salvador Perez – Is it me (it’s not just me) or did catchers have terrible lineup positions this year and, henceforth, vis-a-vis, ergo, not the movie, all catchers have awful counting stats.  When your runs and RBIs are in the 50s, you’re either Granderson, Gyorko or a catcher.  Preseason Rank #3, 2016 Projections: 57/22/72/.266/1, Final Numbers:  57/22/64/.247

10. Brian McCann – Under his jersey, he should wear a shirt that says, “Yes We McCann.”  Side note, true story, I entered a pie-making contest recently for s’s and g’s, making a pecan pie, and Cougs and I wore shirts that said, “Yes We Pecan.”  I lost because two weeks prior to the contest I had never baked a pie before, but we had the best shirts, easily.  Preseason Rank #4, 2016 Projections: 64/22/79/.236, Final Numbers:  56/20/58/.242/1

11. Welington Castillo – Where’s the beouf?!  Here, apparently.  Preseason Rank #5, 2016 Projections:  56/21/68/.240, Final Numbers:  41/14/68/.264/2

12. Matt Wieters – As far as getting projections closest to actual results, Wieters looks pretty spot on, which is to say empty power and not much else.  Preseason Rank #10, 2016 Projections: 51/17/57/.252/1, Final Numbers:  48/17/66/.243/1

13.  Gary Sanchez – He went from Teddy Roosevelt’s favorite NBA player’s minor league club, the Jamaal Wilkes-Barre Railriders, where he hit a home run in his first at-bat, to the Yankees where he hit a home run in his first at-bat of every at-bat.  The only thing stopping Sanchez from being a top two catcher this year is his lack of counting stats due to how few games he played.  If he would’ve played fifty more games, he would’ve easily bested Lucroy for top catcher honors.  Holy schnikeballs.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  34/20/42/.299/1

14. Stephen Vogt – Here’s another case where a catcher came close to my projections but ended much higher because of the sheer lack of decent catchers.  MIs might’ve gotten deep, but if MIs are jumping in the catcher pool they’re hitting their head on the bottom (I think that analogy makes sense).  Preseason Rank #19, 2016 Projections: 46/11/49/.258, Final Numbers:  54/14/56/.251

15. Cameron Rupp – There was a bit of a fall off from Vogt to Rupp.  In other words, those in 15-team leagues were like, “Damn, I should’ve drafted my catcher before one other guy.”  Preseason Rank #26, 2016 Projections: 38/11/41/.228, Final Numbers:  36/16/54/.252/1

16. Derek Norris – This guy didn’t have a terrible season, he had a very unlucky one.  Somewhere, Norris is like, “Yeah, no shizz, Sherlock, I was unlucky because I play for the Padres.  No shizz Sherlucky?  Why am I trying to make a portmanteau?”  Preseason Rank #11, 2016 Projections: 60/15/64/.261/5, Final Numbers: 50/14/42/.186/9

17. Willson Contreras – Before Gary Sanchez, or merely BGS, which isn’t Big Gay Steve, a friend of Cougs’ who is only five-nine, but that’s big compared to us, Contreras was the belle of the rookie catcher ball.  But the clock struck midnight on that and, as a Jewish fairy tale says, pumpkins make bupkis.  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  33/12/35/.282/2

18. Sandy Leon – Member when Leon’s BABIP was so absurd that we were laughing and goofing and having the best time at his expense?  Yeah, his BABIP is still .392.  Let’s giggle, y’all!  Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers:  36/7/35/.310

19. Nick Hundley – I actually drafted this schmohawk in a few leagues, and that wasn’t even the worst of my catcher picks.  Thank you, Travis d’Terminator-of-value and Devin “Ugly Face” Mesoraco!  Preseason Rank #9, 2016 Projections: 48/12/55/.283/3, Final Numbers:  30/10/48/.260

20. Tucker Barnhart – If you owned Barnhart all year, you’re an unlucky Tucker.  Preseason unranked, Final Numbers:  34/7/51/.257/1

 
  1. Dave says:
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    Where do you think Tom Murphy lands next season? Or will Hundley be the man again?

    • bossmanjunior333 says:
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      @Dave:

      Hundley is a FA

      • apox says:
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        @bossmanjunior333: Damn. I might go all in on the Tom Murphy bandwagon.

      • Dave says:
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        @bossmanjunior333:

        Which brings his value down significantly if he’s out of Coors, right?

        • Malicious Phenoms says:
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          @Dave:

          Hundley is a FA agent. Murphy is a stud and will be the Rocks starting C in 2017. Woters will back up Murph.

        • MattTruss

          MattTruss says:
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          Almost entirely

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Dave: Top 3 catcher, not kidding, he will be. He’s got power to hit 25 in Petco, let alone Coors. Murphy is the future, and the future is nowwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!!

      • Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: Yeah, very excited to take Murphy at the back end of all my drafts next year.

        Ralph, you think Austin Hedges could be a similar no-cost solid C?

        • Ralph Lifshitz

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          @Duda Want to Build a Snowman?: Yeah, he’s not the power threat Murphy is but he could be a solid back end option next year or a good second catcher in a two catcher league. Hedges has the hit tool to not kill your ratios while providing some pop. My guess is he’s somewhere between 10-14 in terms of catcher value a year from now.

          • Dave says:
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            @Ralph Lifshitz:

            Thanks to Ralph and Grey, I’ve got Sanchez and Murphy as my catchers in a 2 catcher league for the next 2 -3 years at $1 each.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              You’re welcome

      • nick the dick says:
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        @Ralph Lifshitz: It’s Tom Murphy, he’s comin’ at you like blowww!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Dave: Ralph will prolly say he’s the best catcher since Johnny Bench… I’d say it’s hard to be bad in Coors, and there’s no indications that Murphy will be bad

      • Ralph Lifshitz

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        @Grey: Best since Gary Sanchez, who was the best since Posey, who was the best since Posada, who was the best since Pudge.

        Really I like Murphy becuase huge power + coors = sex in pants

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Equals large pants that can fit girl for sexy time

          I’m convinced Pudge was a total product of steroids

          • Ralph Lifshitz

            Ralph Lifshitz says:
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            @Grey: Me too, but he had some seasons for fantasy.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Oh, fah-cheese

  2. Baaaahston says:
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    Do you think Bruce Maxwell or Austin Barnes is worth rostering for next season? My dynasty catching situation is dire….like none of these 20 catchers was on my roster dire. Someone did cut D-Norris loose though

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Baaaahston: If someone cut Norris loose, I’m sure you can do better than Maxwell and Barnes

  3. Tigres says:
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    Hey Grey – Right on. Frank N. Catcher got me 55/14/79/1 and who cares for OBP since I ended up first.

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      @Tigres: Frank N. Catcher – BRILLIANT!

      • Big Odio says:
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        @Malicious Phenoms: we’ve been using Frankencatcher around here for years

        • Malicious Phenoms says:
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          @Big Odio:
          Mr Odio, I knew that, I was givin props to Tigres for the way they spelled it out, Frank N Catcher..

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Tigres: Looks about as bad as me… It don’t matter though, like you said

  4. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    So Ramos does well for me with his new eyesight in 2016. But will he be able to squat in 2017?

  5. MattTruss

    MattTruss says:
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    Wow, my FrankenCatcher did better than I thought in ECFBL – 76/26/90/3/.241

    Low batting average, but who cares. Hmm, actually, some of that might be inflated by Gattis who played in my UTIL spot on occasion before I traded him away. I had him from Mid May to Mid July, not sure when he got catcher eligibility and I’m too lazy to break that out. Still though.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @MattTruss: Damn, that’s awesome… That’s like top 3 catcher value, but top 2… Not really fair if you were playing 2 catchers at any point

      • MattTruss

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        Yea, it’s probably a little less than that, Gattis hit 10 HRs and 24 RBIs for my team in total, so probably take 6 HRs and 15 RBIs away from those totals or so. Still not bad

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Nah, not bad, and not entirely crazy to own two catchers if you had Gattis and, say, Sanchez

  6. Scott says:
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    Another reason catchers do terrible in the counting stats is that they get more time off than other positions.

    • M says:
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      @Scott: Catchers wear down more down the stretch.

  7. Gonzo_The_Great says:
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    As someone who took JTR in the last round and was happy enough with his production (“lost” the tiebreaker in the championship game in my 12-teamer H2H last week), I can’t wait to see how overdrafted Sanchez is next year.

    What are we guessing? Third round next year or am I being too conservative in how much people will overhype two months of production?

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      @Gonzo_The_Great: I betcha in some league somewhere someone will take Sanchez in the FIRST round..

      • Tweak says:
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        @Malicious Phenoms: This would not be a surprise to me. I saw two leagues draft where Schwarber was taken in the 1st round. One had Posey and Schwarber go back-to-back. Granted, he had OF position as well, but no way was anyone drafting him in the first round planning on slotting him into an everyday OF position.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Gonzo_The_Great: 3rd round sounds about right, prolly no later than 5th

    • Ralph Lifshitz

      Ralph Lifshitz says:
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      @Grey: @Tweak: @Malicious Phenoms: @Gonzo_The_Great: Sky and I are doing an end of season industry mock right now, 15 teams and Sanchez went 71st overall. So that’s the 6th. I don’t hate that price.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Wouldn’t be for me, but that’s not bad

  8. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    Conor Gillaspie – our first out of nowhere playoff hero for 2016..

    • Ralph Lifshitz

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      @Malicious Phenoms: We should just call it the “Brian Sabean, looks like a mulleted Mike Mcdonald, and Steps in shit all the time award”

      Prior winners – Pat Burrell, Edger Renteria, Joquin Arias, and Xavier Nady

      • MattTruss

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        David Freese get any love in there?

        • Ralph Lifshitz

          Ralph Lifshitz says:
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          @MattTruss: San Fran only award like the Boston Bruins 7th man. It’s awarded to the shittiest player with the biggest impact in a snooze-inducing Giants WS run.

          The Cards could have one too though.

          • MattTruss

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            Ah, I see the theme now

  9. Rufus T. Firefly says:
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    A couple of fabulous real baseball games so far to ease the pain of no pretend baseball. And tonight it’s Mooooookie time!

    • MattTruss

      MattTruss says:
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      I’m stoked for the melee that should be the Rangers/Jays boxing mat…errr…baseball game!

      • Ralph Lifshitz

        Ralph Lifshitz says:
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        @MattTruss: Odor is going to get hit with so much Molson @ Rodgers.

      • MattTruss

        MattTruss says:
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        What CY Porcello is gonna choke in the playoffs? Clay Buchholz doesn’t do it for you? David Price is awesome in the playoffs…oh wait.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          When do we see Joe Kelly?

          • MattTruss

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            Hopefully never…I hate that guy. My autocorrect when I type “Joe” suggests “Kelly sucks”. No joke. Although, he’s been decent out of the ‘pen, which is where he belongs anyway.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              It’s no coincidence that Joe Kelly is abbreviated same as just kidding

      • Ralph Lifshitz

        Ralph Lifshitz says:
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        @Grey: Pitching is an issue for every AL team and the Indians rotation is in shambles. Pen worries me more than the starters.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          You mean Kimbrel who has looked bad for a month? What worries you there?

          • Ralph Lifshitz

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            @Grey: Huh? He’s looked bad for the last week of the season, not month. He was actually nails after coming off the DL on August 1st.

            August 1st – September 22nd .53 era/ 1.56 FIP 12/13 in saves, 30 strikeouts in 17 innings. Then we got all over the place Kimbrel the last four appearances. He has a general inability to throw strikes, I think he needs to take a little mustard off his fastball and use that nasty hook more. He’s a pure thrower lacks any pitching instincts.

            That said Sox sweep. Book it!

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Homer! Sox, Indians, Rangers or Jays are going to get to the World Series, no matter which NL team is there and be like, “Oh, so there is good pitching in the major leagues?”

              • Ralph Lifshitz

                Ralph Lifshitz says:
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                @Grey: 10 spots all day, gold bottles poppin’, and duckboats for Papi.

                LET’S DO THIS!!!!! I’M SERIOUSLY JACKED UP….

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  You going to any of the games?

                  • Ralph Lifshitz

                    Ralph Lifshitz says:
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                    @Grey: Oh, hell no. Would cost me $700. I only go when I get work seats, which are great. 6 rows back from the sox on-deck circle. But my owner goes to all the playoff games.

                    • Grey

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                      Yeah, figured it would be crazy steep, but I know you got that rapping money!

  10. Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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    Thanks as always for the Frankencatcher advice!

    I didn’t draft any catchers until the final 2 rounds of my 12 teamer, and my nightmarish conjoined twin 2-catcher frankencatcher produced a slash of .272 48.5/21/58/2.5 each! (primarily thanks to Sanchez, Contreras, and Wellington).

  11. Mel says:
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    Better keeper for next year and beyond…

    Gary Sanchez, or Aaron Judge?

    And is it even close?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mel: Sanchez

  12. Big Odio says:
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    You reference the two best podcasts this season (actually the only two I listened to) on catcher day? Feels like an eye catcher

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      “actually the only two I listened to” — makes them the two worst for you as well

      • Big Odio says:
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        @Grey: I should rephrase that as I listened to all of b-real and 20 minutes of jose. Once I accepted he wasn’t coming back I turned it off. I’ve listened to a few minutes of others but I’ll be honest. I miss Capozzi. JB’s voice doesn’t pull me like the sirens song of our Canadian dego.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Ha

  13. William Hung says:
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    @Grey: Teams in my league who rostered the top 5 catchers for most the year missed the playoffs.

    I cycled through Welington and Martin for most of the year, then Grandal got me through the summer, and Gattis got me the championship. I loved when I tried to trade for an upgrade at catcher, each of these teams tried to play up the positional scarcity to get more value but I didn’t bite. Hopefully they all took notes and realized a big time catcher doesn’t guarantee success.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No! You don’t want them to take notes! You want them to draft Posey every year

  14. MattTruss

    MattTruss says:
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    Let’s find something else to talk about indeed. This is my favorite time on Razz, when all the schmohawks head over to bug Jay about fooseball and it gets a little more quiet around here. I can actually read all the comments without jabbing a spork in my eye.

    You check out the new De La Soul album at all? How they made it was cool, it ended up super delayed but it’s solid. Some really cool colabs on it. Snoop Dogg makes and appearance on “Pain” which is one of my favorites. “Lord Intended” is sweet, rock-based, they collaborated with the lead singer/guitarist of The Darkness (of “I Believe In a Thing Called Love” fame). I think “Snoopies” might be my favorite, it features David Byrne from the Talking Heads. It’s a little weird, naturally, but I like it. Whole album is good, you should check it out if you haven’t yet.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks for reminding me! I need to go ask Jay about Brew Drees…

      I haven’t listened yet, it’s worth downloading? Hmm, gotta be honest, you’re the first person I’ve heard talk about it… And I’m a De La fan… I’ve just talked myself into d/l’ing it right now

      • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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        @Grey: You ever listen to that De La mixtape I posted over the weekend?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Dah! Sorry, can I get the link again?

        • MattTruss

          MattTruss says:
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          Yes please

      • Big Odio says:
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        @Grey: DE LA….the only fun we’ve ever had together.

  15. MattTruss

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    BREW DREEEEEES!

    I think it’s worth it, they’re one of my favorites though. It’s definitely not main stream style. “Pain” is the most main stream song on the album. If you’re into shizz that’s a bit different, you’ll like it.

    It was an independent release, which is probably why it didn’t get much fanfare. It did hit the top of the Indie charts and hit #11 on the Billboard charts, which is pretty sweet for an Indie release.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I usually like De la, even their less popular albums… Baby Phat is my jam…. Not taking anything away from De La, but you see how many albums you need to sell nowadays to get top 10? Like 5,000 albums… Far cry from when we were teenagers

      • MattTruss

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        Good call, I forget it’s all about the downloads now a days.

        Baby Phat is dope, you’ll dig this for sure.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      This is funny (to me), I downloaded new De La album when it was released, but haven’t listened yet

      • MattTruss

        MattTruss says:
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        Haha, that IS funny, get on that shizz!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, I downloaded Action Bronson at the same time and only listened to that, because I liked it

          • MattTruss

            MattTruss says:
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            Well Done? You just rocked “Respect the Mustache” on loop for 3 straight weeks didn’t you?

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, kinda, don’t tell nobody

              • The Hack says:
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                @Grey: you need respect the mustache T-Shirt available on razzball.com

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  I know that!

                  • The Hack says:
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                    @Grey: so we take the shirts I made last year and put respect the mustache on the back

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      I need to do this

  16. The Hack says:
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    My catchers eligible players in perts. I say eligible because I carried Sal and Contreras for a while and used Contreras in OF and Sal at Utility. But for the most part it was all catcher slot

    82/40/108/3/.272

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      holy crap!

      • The Hack says:
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        @Grey: haha I said that out loud in my office when I ran the numbers. Since I was looking at the log, I saw guys that gave me stupid numbers in a short period of time.

        Kendrys – 16 games – 10/7/15/0/.400
        Dyson – 18 games – 15/0/7/5/.370
        Peraza – 39 games – 14/1/15/11/.342
        Gyorko – 13 games – 5/5/6/0/.224
        Kiermaier – 15 games – 9/4/7/4/.310
        Napoli – 23 games – 14/7/19/1/.235

        or 67/24/69/21/.320 in 124 games and 475 AB’s….okay Im stupid bored at work today. Check that, super avoiding doing any actual work

        • Grey

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          Those numbers are remarkable, Jesus, no wonder you won

  17. regan says:
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    Anyone know the story on that Marlins fan that’s at every playoff game right behind home plate. Over the last few years I have become fixated on this wanker. It especially annoys me when he wears that stupid orange golf visor and then puts in on sideways like he’s hip. I so want to punch him in the face!

  18. The Hack says:
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    Ralph texted me about how to get his catcher numbers but since he wasnt at the computer I did them for him. OUCH!

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    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Damn!

      • The Hack says:
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        @Grey: Im such an ass for posting it

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Hehe

        • Ralph Lifshitz

          Ralph Lifshitz says:
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          @Grey: @The Hack: I have zero shame. That is awful.

          • The Hack says:
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            @Ralph Lifshitz: don’t even look at me right now

  19. FrankGrimes says:
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    Every year you doubt mad bum
    Every year I tells you he is an immortal god

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I no longer doubt him, we’ve made up

  20. Doc says:
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    Devin “Ugly Face” Mesoraco looks like a bad guy from the Dick Tracy movie

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Exactly

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