Went over the top 20 and top 10 for 2010 fantasy baseball.  Now, friends, it’s time for the top 20 catchers for 2010 fantasy baseball.  The top 20 catchers are the glass of warm milk right before you go to sleep.  Hey, I just drafted Jorge Posada!  Snooze.  I love Kurt Suzuki this year!  Yawn.  I don’t draft top catchers in one catcher leagues.  The fifth best catcher and the 15th best catcher are tomato, to-blah-to.  Because I ignore the top catchers doesn’t mean I’m starting the top 20 catcher list at number twenty-one (Barajas?  What’s Spanish for punt?  Punta?); some of you might want to know the top catchers.  You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them draft Napoli.  In two catcher leagues, catchers are a little more valuable, but I’d still prefer to avoid them.  You can see other top 20 lists for 2010 fantasy baseball under 2010 Fantasy Baseball Rankings.  Listed along with these catchers are my 2010 projections for each player and where the tiers begin and end.  Anyway, here’s the top 20 catchers for 2010 fantasy baseball:

1. Joe Mauer – This is the first tier.  This tier ends at V-Mart.  I call this tier, “Well, if you’re going to take a top catcher, here they are.”  Went over Mauer’s projections in my top 20 for 2010 fantasy baseball.

2. Brian McCann – Everyone has Victor Martinez in this spot, but I’m not everyone.  If you want to read everyone, I’m sure you can find them.  In 2010, McCann is going to be 26 years old; V-Mart is 31.  In one hundred extra at-bats last year, V-Mart only hit 2 more homers.  Am I predicting Martinez runs over a fire hydrant while Jason Varitek chases him with golf clubs?  No, that’s not what I’m saying.  He’s ranked 3rd for me.  Since I’m not drafting either of these guys outside of 2 catcher leagues, it’s all academic.  I think this is the year McCann can blossom, Joey Lawrence.  2010 Projections:  80/28/105/.295/3

3. Victor Martinez – As mentioned above (you are reading every nook and cranny, right, muffin?), V-Mart’s still as productive as they come.  His move to the Sawx only helped his value.  Though I do think the Sawx hitters are a lot more intimidating in theory than reality.  “Oh, no, Kevin Youkilis.  I’m scared.”  “Watch out, here comes a Latin 34 David Ortiz and he’s wearing a Snuggie cause his old man bones are cold.”  Yeah, I don’t think this is your slightly older brother’s Red Sox who regales you with tales of 2004.  2010 Projections:  85/25/110/.300

4. Matt Wieters – This is a new tier.  This tier ends at Napoli.  This tier is called, “I like these guys and would draft them, but I’m not drafting them before 100th overall.”  If you were to extrapolate Wieters numbers from last year and if extrapolate were the right word, you’d have a catcher who hit about 16 homers.  As my Jewish grandmother used to say, big whoop.  His splits were encouraging and he’s as talented as the hype is making him out to be.  I could see drafting him then trading him early in the season.  I predict his value will be at its peak just before the season begins.  As you’ll see from my projections, he’ll be good, but, in the end, he’s still a catcher.  2010 Projections:  70/18/85/.305

5. Miguel Montero – Montero’s not quite the .294 hitter he was last year and his HR/FB was a bit high, so we shouldn’t expect 20-plus from him.  I’ve seen a lot of fantasy baseball ‘perts put Posada around this spot in their rankings.  What’s Posada, 63 years old?  Bleh.  If Posada hits 22 homers again, I’ll eat my proverbial hat with a side of proverbial crow.  If you’re taking a catcher, why not at least take one with some upside?  2010 Projections:  65/17/80/.280

6. Mike Napoli – I’m a big fan of Napoli.  Owned him in leagues for the last two years.  Now I’m worried the people in the back of the room have finally caught up to what he can provide and he’ll be overrated.  Or worse, he’ll disappoint just to spite the bandwagoners.  He does not play every game.  You must know that when you draft him.  If you own Napoli, you must follow the Ron Popeil school of catchers and set him and forget him.  2010 Projections:  60/19/70/.260/5

7. Geovany Soto – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here to Iannetta.  I call this tier, “Post-hype fliers.”  Now remember I’m telling you to punt catcher, so when you see Soto at seven that doesn’t mean grab him in the top 100.  When I say I like Soto this year, it doesn’t mean go crazy with yourself.  He’s still just a catcher.  The reason why I like him and Iannetta this year is because at a shallow position you’re doing yourself a disservice if you don’t go for an upside pick.  To read more about Geovany Soto fantasy sleeper stuff.  2010 Projections:  65/18/80/.280

8. Chris Iannetta – This is my totally out of left field pick at catcher.  There’s no reason why he should be ranked this high.  He doesn’t even have a starting job.  And just because I have him this high doesn’t mean you draft him before someone else takes Posada or Suzuki or Russell Martin.  Iannetta will be there later on in the draft.  He hit 16 homers last year in 289 ABs.  He also had to battle a slew of injuries and a bad line drive rate.  Hey, it’s not all peaches and cream with Iannetta.  Still worth the flier.  2010 Projections:  50/17/65/.265

9. Jorge Posada – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here to Pierzynski.  I call this tier, “I wouldn’t draft these guys with your team.”  Posada’s on a great team and he’s shown few signs of slowing down.  He ended up in this tier because he’s just too overrated.  Last year’s homers were fluky.  Yes, I know the new Yankee Stadium plays like a Taiwanese Little League park.  There’s no way Posada’s good for 400 ABs.  He’s old as dog balls.  I give him 17 homers and I’m in a generous mood.  2010 Projections:  50/17/75/.280

10. Russell Martin – Martin is the opposite of the Post-Hype Sleeper pick.  He is the Still Overrated Because He Plays For The Dodgers pick.  If he played for the Pirates, you wouldn’t even think about drafting him.  He was deriving some value from his speed, but Torre’s abused him worse than the late-90’s Yankees bullpen.  On Bill James’s Speed Score, where 5 is average, Martin’s 2006 was 5.4; 2007 was 5.2; 2008 was 3.9 and 2009 was 3.3.  Soon, he’s going to need Lasorda to pinch run for him.  2010 Projections:  70/10/60/.280/10

11. Bengie Molina – The chunkier one of The Flying Molina Brothers.  Bengie yawnstipates me.  Is he really that different than Napoli?  No, not really, but he’s got as much upside as a dead parrot.  As of right now, he’s a free agent so he may drop further in these rankings depending on where he signs.  2010 Projections:  50/16/65/.270

12. Kurt Suzuki – I look at Suzuki and see a poor man’s Russell Martin.  That’s not a compliment.  2010 Projections:  65/12/65/.270/6

13. Yadier Molina – I see Yadier and I see a poor man’s Kurt Suzuki.  Yes, there’s a pattern emerging and it’s not pretty.  2010 Projections:  40/7/55/.285/5

14. A.J. Pierzynski – Please don’t draft A.J. Pierzynski.  2010 Projections:  55/12/65/.280

15. Ryan Doumit – This is the last tier.  I call this tier, “You’re obviously in a deep league so take a flier on some upside.”  Dear (fill-in deity of choice), I’m writing to you regarding Ryan Doumit.  All I ask of You is Doumit gets 400 ABs.  If you can make that happen, I promise to no longer cancel my girlfriend’s HGTV DVR recordings and pretend like I had no idea what happened.  2010 Projections:  50/16/60/.280/3

16. Buster Posey – I went over Buster Posey in 250-ish words in the Buster Posey 2010 fantasy outlook post.  2010 Projections:  55/14/65/.290/3

17. Tyler Flowers/Alex Avila – They need a starting job.  I’m working without a net here in January, so whether you draft them or not will be a March call.  You may need to even pick them up off waivers at some point in the season.  This won’t be the last time I write about them in the preseason, definitely will need to update them in spring training.  Flowers has great upside long term, but I’d keep expectations in check for 2010.  Or just remember Wieters’s 2009.  Avila has less upside long term, but more potential for 2010.  In the end, he’s really just some power.  Neither will be ownable unless they’re starting and hot.  Flowers’s 2010 Projections:  40/10/50/.275; Avila’s 2010 Projections:  40/12/55/.250

18. Kelly Shoppach – With Shoppach’s trade to the Rays, he gets a small boost.  He’s still a liability on average.  Though last year’s .214 looks like the outlier.  He’s closer to a .250 hitter.  He’s also still a plus on power.  If he can get 400 ABs, he could challenge 20 homers.  2010 Projections for Shoppach:  55/16/65/.245

19. Jesus Flores – You already know the schmohawks like Varitek and Barajas, so I wanted to end this list with some exciting names.   But, um, there’s not that many exciting names to be had.  Thankfully, most of you are in 15 team leagues are smaller with one catcher, so you’ll never have to even get this low.  And that brings us to Jesus Effin’ Flores.  (I have no idea why, but I always want to give him the middle name “Effin’.”)  Anyhoo, J.E.F. had a stress fracture in his shoulder last year which killed him, then arthroscopic surgery on his elbow…  Well, it’s real late in the catchers, what do you want?  These guys are longshots.  And, yes, Ivan Rodriguez is blocking Flores a bit on playing time.  2010 Projections:  55/15/65/.250

20. Ramon Hernandez – Trying to find an exciting 20th catcher to put on this list was torture.  Looked at John Baker — bleh.  Looked at the portmanteau of Jarlor Saltygarden — bleck.  Looked at Nick HundleyNick Hundley?!  Okay, let’s face it.  Young catchers usually disappoint.  So that left me with Ramon Hernandez.  Exciting, huh?  A healthy Ramon Hernandez could easily get the same numbers as Jorge Posada for half the price.  Now THAT’S exciting!!!  No, actually it still isn’t.  Oh, well.  2010 Projections:  55/17/65/.265

After the top 20 catchers for 2010 fantasy baseball, there’s a few names, but this one stands out:

Carlos Santana – Here’s the deal broken down to you so simply that Larry The Cable Guy could understand.  Even if a rookie catcher or upside pick doesn’t produce, you lose him in the first month of the season for someone else.  Random schmohawk off of waivers will give you the same production as at least half of the catchers above.  As for Oye Como Va, he may not start the year in the majors, but if he does there’s upside there.  Check the 2010 fantasy baseball Carlos Santana post for further encouragement.  2010 Projections:  60/13/75/.280

  1. dean says:

    Am I the only one that stays up late to get my read on?

    Props. I consider myself a bit of a junkie and I wouldnt have clue one where to rank the top 20 catchers. Timewasters.

  2. DrEasy says:

    I agree that Posada probably won’t get 400 ABs, especially since the DH position is now taken full-time by Nick Johnson (although who knows if he manages to stay healthy enough for 400 ABs?). BUT, if Posada can hit 17HR in 100 games, and whenever he’s on the DL you pick up a Schmohawk from the waivers, like, say, Shoppach, don’t you end up with some pretty decent numbers at C? The combo should be good for top 3 or 4.

  3. DrEasy says:

    BTW, hilarious stuff as always! I’m still chuckling over the “practicing the withdrawal method with Octo-Mom” and “beat Secretariat” from two posts ago.

  4. Steve says:

    @dean: No, you’re not the only one :)

    Grey: So it’s about round 8-9 when you start to have a look at what catchers might be around?

  5. Tony says:

    so you project Soto with better stats in almost every category, or very similar plus 20 points in average over Napoli, but rank Napoli ahead of Soto?

    I personally would be very happy with soto or Montero in the 10th round on in a 12 team draft. I’ve gotten Soto around the 11th-14th in mocks. So by draft time I’m thinking he’ll be around the 10th ish round.

    Catchers suck. I rotated Olivio/Montero the second half of last year. That combo RAKED for me.

  6. mikey boy324 says:

    ive been targeting soto around the 10th round is that still too early or about right?

  7. Antrim Warriors says:


  8. sean says:

    @mikey boy324: I think that’s still a little too early. His ADP right now is in the 140s. Think of the SP that you could be drafting instead of Soto’s catchervomit in the 10th (Nolasco, Jimenez, Kershaw, Billingsley, Shields) RP (Bailey, Marmol, Wilson, Franklin) or even the OF (Bruce, Carlos Gonzalez). I’m hoping he bounces back as well, but I’m hoping that he falls two rounds after that or I’m just going to look at Cs like Iannetta or Napoli.

  9. big o says:

    hope you follow-up with another post , pretty soon .
    depressing list , here .
    must have been difficult to write .

  10. Eddy says:

    @mikey boy324:
    tad bit too early. He’s still there after the 12-13th round a lot of times and in one catcher leagues around 15th too

    Grey, I think I like Soto over Napoli due to playing time. But great list, good to see I’m getting value from the post-hype guys at around the 14th and 15th.

    Btw, would you prefer Nelson Cruz or Beltran? I always debate with myself for 60 seconds when it’s my turn to draft on who to choose

  11. big o says:

    maybe ruiz over ramon

  12. Tony says:

    @sean: @Eddy: soto is there that late NOW….come march he wont be. i’d say 9th-11th rounds is where he’ll go… at MDC people dont scroll down half the time, ONLY REASON some guys are going lower than they should, he’ll bump up in ADP imo.

  13. mikey boy324 says:

    ya your right id much rather have those types of players then soto i just think hes gonna bounce back but if anything napoli and iannetta are good fallback options…any1 have there guesses who they think could be this years greinke?

  14. andy says:

    “I promise to no longer cancel my girlfriend’s HGTV DVR recordings and pretend like I had no idea what happened.”

    Grey? Are you the deity looking over my shoulder when my wife isn’t looking? Damn, you’re good!

  15. Dad says:

    @Grey or anyone: If Jeff Clement gets a chance at 1B, will he still have catcher eligibility this year? He might be worth a late round flyer if he does.

  16. Ian says:

    @mikey boy324: I like Nolasco. It will be interesting to see where Grey has him this year. A 9.5 K/9 and a 2.1 BB/9 last year while posting a 5.0 ERA (3.3 FIP). It’s so obvious that he’s a sleeper that he probably won’t be under rated by draft day.

  17. Grey

    Grey says:

    @dean: Thanks!

    @DrEasy: Yeah, if you can pull off something like that. Posada’s still pretty overrated.

    @Steve: Yeah, around the 100th pick overall.

    @Tony: Soto gets better stats but ranked lower because he was terrible last year. There’s added risk.

    @Eddy: Beltran, but it’s hard to go wrong with either.

    @big o: Eh, I thought about Ruiz. He’s pretty bad too.

    @andy: Ha!

    @Dad: In 12 team leagues, he’ll probably be on waivers. If he does have a job or even a twinkle in his eye of a job, he’s worth drafting.

  18. Big Mike says:

    @Grey: “As for Oye Como Va …” Classic! A Ricky Ricardo of today’s “That’s how I roll!”

  19. Freak says:

    Biggest laugh of the day: “Please don’t draft A.J. Pierzynski.”

    A heartfelt plea not to ruin your team.

  20. Freak says:

    Also, I’m glad you didn’t let Pee Wee take advantage of you.

  21. eltoo says:

    with vlad out any chance napoli sees an increase in ABs via DH?

  22. mikey boy324 says:

    ya i like kershaw a lot too what about you grey who do you think can be this years greinke?

  23. Freak says:

    @eltoo: Scoiscia hates Napoli. Don’t expect that to change.

  24. Freak says:

    @mikey boy324: There is no “this year’s” Grienke. He had a historic season that likely won’t be duplicated for a good while.

  25. Tony says:

    @Freak: how about this years pitcher who will go later and produce huge? is that better freak? haha….

    i remember 3 years ago? everyones Q. was “who will be this years Braun”.

    Greinke went in the 17th round of my 12 teamer last year. Reynolds went that same round. SICK i know.

    I was not high on greinke last year. Guess I wasn’t looking in the right place.

    Lincecum was going round 8-10 the year he broke out. I could really see Clayton Kershaw if he gets the BB/9 down being a Huge breakout.

    4.8BB/9 needs to come down.

    I like the Nolasco stats too, intersting. What round has he been going around?

  26. Nate Marcum says:

    I agree with you Freak. I do know one thing, I am gonna continue to dose Greinke’s drinks with Prozac so he can keep dealing for me.

    I do like Nolasco, but I could also see his teammate, Josh Johnson, putting up stellar #’s.

  27. Nate Marcum says:

    How did you get that many monkees in a room without it filling up with crap? 17th round?

  28. Royo says:

    You want depressing? I was eyeballing Shoppach and Posey wondering if I could get both of them for under $5 for my 20 team dual catcher league. It is harder than you think to get barf out of the cracks between the keys.

  29. brad says:

    I can keep Wieters with pick 146, better choice than Wandy at 275, or Michael Bourn or R. Davis at 286?

  30. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Big Mike: Thanks!

    @Freak: Yes, I worry about AJ drafters.

    Pee-Wee was kinda awesome. Like taking a handful of peyote that will only make you feel good.

    @eltoo: They have Matsui.

    @mikey boy324: Asking for a Greinke is a lot, but I do like Nolasco too.

    @Royo: Ha!

    @brad: They’re all good choices. In a vacuum, I’d go with Wieters.

  31. Freak says:

    @Tony: Yes, much better.


  32. Freak says:

    @Grey: In a vacuum, you’d be dead.

  33. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Freak: I have vacuum breathing apparatus.

  34. curly q. link says:

    Grey, great stuff. I like that your smartass comments are actually funny, not smarmy like certain D-bags at others cites that go by acronyms. Still working on my keepers, wanted your opinion on this one. I can keep Chase Utley in the 2nd, or Prince Fielder in the 4th. If I keep Fielder, my second round pick would be #13. Based on who all will be kept, with the Utley Route I would probably end up getting Fielder back with my #1 pick, and hope for the best in rounds 3 and 4. With the Fielder route, I would likely end up with Matt Holliday and Ian Kinsler or Tim Lincecum with my first and second rounders. I love Utley, but the Fielder route looks like it gets me more talent. Which way would you go? My other keepers are Ellsbury in the 9th and Tulowitzki in the 17th.

  35. Royo says:

    @brad: Wandy for pick 275? Drool.

  36. Did Jeff Clement make the top 21 list ?

  37. Grey

    Grey says:

    @curly q. link: Thanks! If you get Fielder back with the Utley route, I’d go that way.

    @mrbaseball: Not entirely. If he starts the year with the Pirates, then I’ll definitely mention him as someone to look at in March.

  38. mikey boy324 says:

    of course its a lot im not saying those types of numbers but usually every year a mid round pitcher becomes elite 2 years ago it was lincecum the year before it was webb etc.. i like both pitchers mentioned in nolasco and kershaw what about tommy hanson i could see him entering elite status as well…

  39. Tony says:

    @Nate Marcum: LOL where did greinke and reynolds go in your draft??? My league is highly competitive too. Both of those guys just weren’t guys i targeted, so who knows, i guess others didn’t either….

    sometimes guys just slip, you can mock 1000 times and see a guy go in the 15th round then in your real draft he might go in the 10th… it just happened. I think some people try and fill positions too, if they already had a 3B then they just skipped Reynolds, plus he K’d 200+ times the yr before, he could have easily had a HORRIBLE year last year just as easy as he had his monster season. And greinke was a headcase before last year, always had the talent, finally put it together…

  40. Grey

    Grey says:

    @mikey boy324: He could, but his innings bump worries me a bit.

  41. Buster Posey is the next Jeff Clement want to be

    I can’t figure where I am going this year when it comes to a catcher – but one thing for sure I am not drafting a catcher before I draft my field goal kicker

  42. sean says:

    @Freak: Imagine an fballer who drafts Ichiro, Chone, and AJ? Grey might have a coronary. . . or take down first and all the dough.

  43. EDU says:

    Can you please elaborate “they are just catchers” view of drafting? It’s still a position you need to fill, and a position you want to fill with quality numbers. Haing someone in the first tier gives you a big advantage over at least 10 other teams. As long as you dont overdraft there is no reason why you should be avoiding these players. The champion of my league over the past 4 years has had a top catcher rostered on their team. I’m always looking for alternate draft strategies so if you could go into more deatail as to why top cathcers should be avoided i would like to read it.

  44. sean says:

    @EDU: Search bar is a great tool. Tool left corner of the page. Try catcher and punt.

  45. Mann of Sandd says:

    Man, I wish I was in a league that only used one catcher…14 team two catcher league and the best catcher who may be available at auction will probably be Soto….ugh, looks like I’ll be rocking the Flores/Ruiz combo to start the year.

  46. EDU says:

    @Sean: Awesome. Thanks a lot.

  47. EDU says:

    Just read the article. I’m not convinced yet.

  48. Grey

    Grey says:

    @mrbaseball: Ha!

    @EDU: That post more or less covers it. If you don’t want to follow it, it’s cool. We can agree on some things and disagree on others.

    @Mann of Sandd: Ugh, not pretty indeed.

  49. Ian says:

    @Grey: Speaking of innings spikes…Is Rudy planning on doing another “20 Risky Pitchers” article again? That was one of my favorites from last year (even if I did avoid Greinke because of it).

  50. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Ian: I think so, have to hear from Rudy.

  51. Dave says:

    Has anybody done some projections on AB for catchers? My H2H philosophy is to get production out of every roster spot every day so I’m looking to draft everyday catchers. I’m thinking that the limited playing time Catchers like Napoli have hurts their value in H2H leagues.

    On the other hand, at the risk of putting Grey to sleep, I love Kurt Suzuki this year! Well, sort of.

    See, Kurt Suzuki is still fairly young and played damn near every day last season. In my H2H league that counted total bases he was a surprise value, especially as he started hitting homers late in the season. A consistently starting catcher means I don’t have to waste bench space on a second schmohawk catcher to slot in when my first schmohawk isn’t playing. I need that bench space to stream in pitchers for vulture wins and saves. So who else is starting everyday and going for cheap?

  52. Panti Jose says:

    Geat stuff, as usual, everybody. Which you you prefer in a 15-Team 5X5: the 6th pick or the 15th? I could take any of the big 1Bs at 6, but could lock up say a kinsler/wright combo or the like at the turn. Which way to go?

    Also, is Braun the obvious pick at 5? (I usually don’t like to draft an OF in first round.) Again, keep up the good work everyone.

  53. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Dave: I could see an every day catcher being more valuable in H2H. Though I would never consider streaming a catcher if one had a day off, unless I was in dire need of a Run or RBI on a Sunday. Just not worth it. I’d prefer to stream a pitcher.

  54. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Panti Jose: Braun’s about as solid as you can get for 40/20 potential. I’d take the 6th pick.

  55. Cheese

    Cheese says:

    Grey, my league consists of H, R, HR, RBI, AVG, BB, SLG, SB. I’m using your projections to try and figure out a point value to assign to each player. My league overvalues powers and undervalues speed, so this is the point system I’ve assigned…

    I’ve used a 100 point base and did the following…
    Runs – 20
    HR – 30
    RBI – 20
    AVG – 20
    SB – 10

    Is this a fair presumption to use? Doing this, my top 5 catchers turn out to be, in order: V Mart, McCann, Mauer, Wieters, Soto
    What do you think? Thanks

  56. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Cheese: Interesting… Yeah, I think that makes sense. Usually BBs lead to a better average, but not always.

  57. Eddy says:

    Razzballers don’t forget that TONIGHT is the mock draft! There are still spots open and it would awesome if you could all join!

    It’s a 9pm ET, 12 team, Yahoo scoring.

    The password is razzball (written exactly like that)

    Join up and let’s see what your team turns out to be when all drafters know exactly what they’re doing ;)

  58. Eddy says:

    WOAH, forgot to mention the site!

    It’s at mockdraftcentral.com

  59. Gip says:

    Top 20 without Phillies’ Carlos Ruiz in it? Heresy, I say.
    He caught fire the second half and I claimed him on waivers and he raked the last 2 months. He’s got the gig full-time and I feel he can hit 20 dingers and be close to .300. Last season was his breakout and the Phils lineup is loaded so he has no pressure.
    Hope he lasts until around 15-20th rounds.’

  60. Eddy says:

    Grey, I was browsing through all of Razzball’s articles to learn about any previous fantasy strat posts since I’m pretty new here and I stumbled upon the RCL of 2009 post. You mentioned that you wrote a winning entry for the taco bell sauces.

    Out of curiosity, what was it?

  61. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Gip: I looked at every catcher a dozen times. I looked at Ruiz specifically because I liked him last year at the end of the year, but he ended the season with 9 homers and he’s going to be 31. That stopped me. Then I looked at his ’09 HR/FB and it was about double his previous (nearly) full seasons. He could be a decent in-season pickup and I almost put him around 20th, but there just wasn’t enough there. I wouldn’t scoff if you chose him over a Molina Bros or A.J., that’s for sure.

    @Eddy: I’m with food.

  62. Eddy says:

    haha sweet (or spicy for that matter!)

  63. Grey

    Grey says:

    @royce!: Yeah, saw that. Him getting a personal trainer is like a blind man getting a car.

    @Eddy: Thanks!

  64. Dave says:

    @Eddy: In at the number 6 slot. No promises on knowing what I’m doing though

  65. Grey

    Grey says:

    @royce!: That’s the most awesome photo I’ve ever seen. I might have to steal that for a roundup in-season.

  66. Eddy says:

    no problem man, that’s what mocks for anyways!

    Thanks for joining!

  67. Eddy says:


  68. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Steve: Damn, that’ll never get old.

  69. Steve says:

    @Grey: If only he rode to a bar and was then served beer by a monkey.

  70. Nick0rz says:

    Word on the street is Beltran’s out for 2010

  71. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Nick0rz: Wow, are you serious?

  72. Mikey boy324 says:

    Ya heyman said he prob gonna miss the start of the season the mets have the worst medical staff on the planet

  73. Nick0rz says:

    Oh well I was a little off with the whole 2010 thing. Thats what happens when I trust the first twitter update I see. Still though, I’m staying away from Mets this year.

  74. Grey

    Grey says:

    @Nick0rz: @Mikey boy324: @Ian: I actually wanted to write something on it so I didn’t need to bump the rankings for tomorrow. So there’s a new post about it.

  75. Byrone says:

    great piece, grey, you crack me up.

    we got a dude here at my work named joe lawrence, and every time we walk by him we go, “whoa!”, blossom-style. lulz.

  76. Jessica says:

    Ummm…………. What about Francisco Cervelli on the Yankees??????????????????????????????????????

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