Yesterday, Trea Turner hit his 10th and 11th homer, contributing 8 RBIs, touching home plate three times for those jimmies (what they call runs on the east coast) and hitting .280 on the year.  Feels like people are not excited about Turner so much this year.  I get it, he’s only on pace for 20 homers and 40 steals.  I pfft all over a 20/40 season.  Plus, he hasn’t even been red hot at any point yet.  I mean, pfft pfft p…where’d I put the rest of that third pfft?  You see it?  *picks third pfft off bottom of shoe*  Crap, I think it’s dead.  Anyone know CPR?  Careful Pfft Resuscitation?  I’m gonna call a doctor, you people are useless!  Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

Bryce Harper – 0-for-3, 1 run as the Nationals scored 14 runs.  Maybe someone should throw something at him.  Doesn’t need to be anything that will hurt.  Just trying to see if he’s still alive.  Could the Nationals be Weekend at Bernie’s-ing him around for the last three months?  Maybe someone just scream in his ear to make sure he’s still with us.  This is for his own good (and ours).

Matt Adams – 4-for-5, 3 runs, hitting .291.  If Adams were still fat, I’d say maybe he ate Ryan Zimmerman — member him?  Oh, no, I just realized something.  Adams ate Zimmerman then got his jaw wired shut like Tami from The Real World: Los Angeles.  Any hoo!  I didn’t put Adams in this afternoon’s Buy column, but I would grab him if available.  He is in hypothetically a good lineup.

Anthony Rendon – 0-for-5.  Get him away from Bryce!  He’s polluting his womb!

Jeremy Hellickson –  4 IP, 8 ER, ERA at 3.81.  He looked good until the first batter, then things started to unravel.  Now back-to-back duds since returning from the DL.  Tag him back on the Facebook DL page and be done with him.

Martin Prado – 1-for-5, 3 RBIs and his 1st homer, as he was activated from the DL.  And the Marlins benched J.T. Riddle.  That is *pinkie to mouth* J.T. Ridiculous.  I don’t even care that Prado homered.  It’s J.T. Ridiculous, I tell ya!

Pablo Lopez – 5 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 5.73.  News flash!  He’s not good.  Now if I were to say his name is Pablopez?  Well, that makes my jowls jiggle.

Justin Bour – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 14th homer.  Because I’m a curious little kitten, I looked up to see where our was on the Player Rater for 1st basemen.  El oh, well, yeah, so top 30 isn’t bad, I guess.  Narrator:  It’s bad.

Brian Anderson – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBIs and his 6th homer, and was hitting .107 this week.  *insert white guy blinking meme*

Max Fried – 3 IP, 4 ER, ERA at 3.92.  Max Fried is something you get at the County Fair that seems like a wonderful idea at the time, then you get home and your gall bladder is infected and you’re pitching staff has sepsis and you’re writing letters saying farewell to a Martha, who you don’t know.  But, yeah, his next start isn’t terrible on the Stream-o-Nator.

Hernan Perez – 3-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 5th homer.  He hasn’t even played the last five days.  Orf course.

Jhoulys Chacin – 7 IP, 2 ER, 4 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 3.63.  *sees Robbie Ray’s wretched stats on my team, looks back at Chacin on waivers*  I want to ralph.  Not as in Prospector Ralph, but as in vomit.  No, Chacin’s peripherals don’t back this up (7.2 K/9, 3.8 BB/9, 4.63 xFIP); his velocity is even down two miles on his fastball.  Ugh, I just can’t recommend him.

Carlos Rodon – 6 IP, 2 ER, 11 baserunners (6 BBs), 6 Ks, ERA at 4.29.  This might seem like a positive step on the surface, but under the surface it’s the It clown scratching its balls.

Leury Garcia – 1-for-3 and his 3rd homer, hitting .280.  His average shocked me, thinking why haven’t I mentioned him at all, then I see he doesn’t play at all, and is a bit in the stable with LLAMAS, which is a big hump to get over.

Jose Altuve – 1-for-3, 2 RBIs and his 8th homer, hitting .332.  Ya think anyone every calls him Joe and he’s like, “Please don’t shorten me further.”

Justin Verlander – 7 IP, 2 ER, 4 baserunners, 10 Ks, ERA at 2.15.  Verlander dismantled the White Sox one thread at a time.  Dad jokes in mom jeans!

Joey Gallo – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 21st homer, hitting .192.  The ball traveled an estimated 453 feet, but if they moved the stadium out of the way and let the ball go until it landed it would’ve went 745 feet.  I know this is not how these things work, but it should be.  Question the world!

Rougned Odor – 0-for-3, hitting .233.  He didn’t do anything last night, but doing something’s overrated.  Can’t we just enjoy his company?  Seems like a nice chap.

Ronald Guzman – 2-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 8th homer, hitting .244.  Glad to see Ronnie has bounced back from Sammi Sweetheart.

Jurickson Profar – 2-for-4, 2 runs and his 8th steal, hitting .247.  He’s on pace for a 15/15/.250 season.  It’s aight.  Sorry, it’s difficult for me to get crazy excited for him.  He did have five homers and three steals in June.  I’d take that from Bryce or OZUNA at this point.

Niko Goodrum – 1-for-5, 2 runs and his 8th homer, hitting .241.  Know what Goodrum always leads to?  A batty call.

Mike Zunino – Hit the DL with some ankle shizz.  El Zunino is a tropical shizzstorm, stay away from coastal areas and him.

Marco Gonzales – 6 IP, 1 ER, 7 baserunners, 7 Ks, ERA at 3.64 vs. Jaime Barria – 5 1/3 IP, 2 ER, 8 baserunners, 1 K, ERA at 3.39.  This matchup was billed as, “Even if the Stream-o-Nator likes either of these guys I have a hard time owning them.”  As you can imagine not a ton of people call it this.

Kole Calhoun – 0-for-3, 1 RBI, hitting .178. Frequent commenter The Great Knoche said yesterday, “Calhoun is hitting .306 with 4 HRs in 14 games since coming back off the DL. Maybe he was hurt? I’ve been rocking him since they put him at top of lineup.”  And my inner monologue thought, “Hmm, maybe there’s something here.”  Then, yesterday, The Sciosciapath batted Calhoun 9th.  Ha, he shook up the lineup with a guy who was actually hitting.  Ya gotta love it.

Jonathan Schoop – 2-for-4 and his 9th and 10th homer, hitting .207.  “There’s legs sticking out of this carpet, are you sure you want me to throw it overboard?  Wait, the legs are moving?!  It’s Jonathan Schoop, and he’s alive!”  So, Schoop went double dip, finally.  The fact that they were two solo shots should tell you the problem still with him.  Orioles are bad, and about to get worse when the Dodgers trade a middle reliever for Machado.  Pains me to be this apathetic on Schoop — Schoopathetic? — but I’m still not necessarily excited for him.  Maybe he heats up for a few now.  It’s about all I have right now for hope — Schoope?

Aaron Slegers – 6 IP, 1 ER, 4 baserunners, 2 Ks, ERA at 2.38.  Fun fact!  After you say Slegers, it’s polite to say, “Sorry, ma’am, not you.”  Oh, and there’s no actual excuse for Slegers, he has a 4 K/9.

Austin Hedges – 2-for-4 and his 3rd homer, hitting .188.  Wow, there’s a blast from the past.  Member when I liked him?  No?  It was this year that’s why I have this effin’ schmohawk on one of my teams.

Shelby Miller – 5 1/3 IP, 3 ER, ERA at 9.00.  Against a terrible team he’s barely mediocre.  Maybe one more Tommy John surgery for old time’s sake?

Ketel Marte – 2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 7th homer, hitting .243, but near-.300 in the last week, and…Well, that’s about it, but he’s at MI, what else you got?

Eric Lauer – 5 IP, 1 ER, 9 baserunners, 2 Ks, ERA at 4.84.  He’s really good at picking off runners.  Not a category in your league?  Okay, moving on…

Steven Souza – 0-for-3 as he was activated.  The Diamondbacks’ corresponding move was sending Jarrod Dyson to the DL.  Will be hilarious when Souza is hurt again by Saturday, and the Diamondbacks are like, “Psyche!  Dyson wasn’t hurt, we were just making a lame roster move, can we un-DL Dyson now?”  As for Souza, I don’t mind him in all leagues if he’s healthy, though that is the whole ball of wax melted into a Precious Moments candle that, when burnt, the smoke spells out, “He’s never healthy.”  Souza is not in this afternoon’s Buy column, but if he’s available, I’d grab him.

Alen Hanson – 1-for-4, 2 RBIs and his 6th homer, hitting .279.   When Hanson hit that homer, the sound it made was mmmm…pop!

Johnny Cueto – 5 IP, 5 ER, ERA at 1.95, as he was activated from the DL.  Kevin from ESPN’s “Get Him In Your Lineup” Department said, “Wait, we have to work on July 5th?  We don’t have a six-day weekend?  That seems unAmerican.”

Luke Weaver – 8 IP, 2 ER, 2 hits, zero walks, 7 Ks, ERA at 4.92.  The guy we thought we were getting in the preseason decided to do a drop by, uninvited, but always welcome.  So, the good news is he should be better than his 4.92 ERA.  His xFIP is nearly a run lower than his ERA, his velocity is up and he gets the White Sox next.  I’d go back in on him.

Jedd Gyorko – 3-for-4, 5 RBIs and his 7th homer.  Sometimes my neurotic Jewish half takes over and *hyperventilates a few times*  Where’s Jose Martinez?!  Why is he not playing anymore?!

Matt Carpenter – 1-for-3, 3 runs and his 16th homer.  Seriously, where’s Jo-Ma?  I’m concerned.

Harrison Bader – 3-for-5, 2 runs, 2 RBIs and his 6th homer.  Maybe traded Jo-Ma to an AL team so he can DH?  I’d accept that.

Yu Darvish – No plans for him to resume throwing.  Glass is half empty:  you drafted him for him to pitch.  Glass is half full:  with how he’s pitching, you’re better off if he never returns.

Francisco Cervelli – Cleared for rehab games.  Cervelli has been dealing with concussion symptoms but says, “Kanye put out four albums and three of them were half-baked.  The Pusha T album was the only one worth a damn.  Cudi, Nas and Kanye’s own were weak at best with maybe one or two decent songs.  Then the other albums to come out this summer?  The Carters?  Bleh, c’mon, this is garbage.  Sorry, Beehive.  And Drake’s album is overworked, bloated and about liking posts on IG.  Pass.”  Wow, Cervelli does sound very clearheaded.

 
  1. Stumanji! says:
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    Who’s the odd man out here? Adams, Trumbo, Michael Taylor, Nimmo.

  2. Bill Buttlicker says:
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    Had Cueto stashed for a while…not sure whether to be worried about the rough start or encouraged by the relative recovery he made after the dumpster-fire first inning. I know you’re not high on him, but would you say Cueto is worth owning ROS? Do you think he can be a top-50 guy from here on?

    Also, talk me out of my love for Eric Thames (claimed him off waivers the other day). I know playing time is harder to come by on that depth chart, but he’s putting up nice power numbers with a BABIP 50 points under last year’s mark/his career mark. All the while, he’s making hard contact 46.2% of the time and hitting 27.3% of his fly balls for homers (both absurd figures but actually not too far off last year’s rates: 41.5% and 24.6%, respectively). Also helps that Thames has upped his FB rate by 7% from last year—almost 10% above his career average.

    Pretty small sample size thanks to his thumb injury and, again, there’s obviously a logjam in Milwaukee. But could you see Thames being a significant power source the rest of the year?

    Thanks as always, Grey. Have a good one!

    • batflix says:
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      @Bill Buttlicker: Buttlicker!
      Cueto should easy be top 50 assuming he’s healthy
      Thames is solid, no reason for talking you out of your love. I mean he will probably not hit more than .250 but should be solid otherwise

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Bill Buttlicker: Weird question, but are you related to Jen Nuttlicker? Yes, Cueto should be owned, should be a top 50 guy if healthy…

      Thames doesn’t play enough to just start on a mixed league fantasy team, but if you can platoon, go for it…

      • batflix says:
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        @Grey: you baited me into googling jen nuttlicker

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Keep on parental controls at all time

  3. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!!

    Great work.

    a. Loved the Cervelli blurb. Yes, Sir! He is ready for rehab! Hope he doesn’t have to watch old episodes of Botched as part said rehab!

    b. Goodrum!

    c. Mark Twain quote of the day for July 6

    Young Man: In earned personal dignity, then, and in personal merit for what he does, it follows of necessity that he is on the same level as a rat?

    Old Man: His brother the rat; yes, that is how it seems to me. Neither of them being entitled to any personal merit for what he does, it follows of necessity that neither of them has a right to arrogate to himself (personally created) superiorities over his brother.

    Young Man: Are you determined to go on believing in these insanities? Would you go on believing in them in the face of able arguments backed by collated facts and instances?

    Old Man: I have been a humble, earnest, and sincere Truth-Seeker.

    Young Man: Very well?

    Old Man: The humble, earnest, and sincere Truth-Seeker is always convertible by such means.

    Young Man: I am thankful to God to hear you say this, for now I know that your conversion–

    Old Man: Wait. You misunderstand. I said I have _been _a Truth-Seeker.

    Young Man: Well?

    Old Man: I am not that now. Have your forgotten? I told you that there are none but temporary Truth-Seekers; that a permanent one is a human impossibility; that as soon as the Seeker finds what he is thoroughly convinced is the Truth, he seeks no further, but gives the rest of his days to hunting junk to patch it and caulk it and prop it with, and make it weather-proof and keep it from caving in on him. Hence the Presbyterian remains a Presbyterian, the Mohammedan a Mohammedan, the Spiritualist a Spiritualist, the Democrat a Democrat, the Republican a Republican, the Monarchist a Monarchist; and if a humble, earnest, and sincere Seeker after Truth should find it in the proposition that the moon is made of green cheese nothing could ever budge him from that position; for he is nothing but an automatic machine, and must obey the laws of his construction.

    Young Man: And so–

    Old Man: Having found the Truth; perceiving that beyond question man has but one moving impulse–the contenting of his own spirit–and is merely a machine and entitled to no personal merit for anything he does, it is not humanly possible for me to seek further. The rest of my days will be spent in patching and painting and puttying and caulking my priceless
    possession and in looking the other way when an imploring argument or a damaging fact approaches.

    d. Have a nice weekend.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ante Galic: A Haha B. I thought of you when I saw it C. Nice! D. You too!

      • Ante Galic says:
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        @Grey: Grey!!

        Am flattered! I think of you when I see everything here on the site. How ’bout them apples?

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha, I hope so!

  4. Mike says:
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    As always, excellent read, Mr. Albright!

    Given his recent string of DL stints over the past couple seasons, I’ve been thinking about shopping Kershaw. However, I’m hesitant in doing so because he’s Kershaw.
    Below is my roster. I’ve had people tell me I should trade him for a couple average pitchers but I know if I shopped him, I could get a better return than that:

    Bats.- Wilson Contreras, ajuliar, gleyber, dee Gordon, muncy, albies, Eduardo Escobar,
    segura, Hosmer, trout, Harper, Springer, McCutchen, Soto

    Arms- kershaw, madbum, thor, Verlander, nola, pivetta, bieber, stroman (about to drop him), Paxton, Giles, Blake parker, vizciano, hader

    My league is 10 teams, 4 player keeper. Im currently sporting the best record. You think I should sell on Kershaw and get a couple pitchers, package him for a bat or hold. Honestly, the more I think about it, I lean towards holding.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Mike: Thanks! You look like you could use a bat, right? I could see selling him for a big one — top 10 bat

  5. Magnifier says:
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    Do you take Adams over Trumbo?

    And would you add Luke Weaver to the rotation to drop Odor?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Magnifier: I’d go Adams if playing… Yes, Weaver

  6. JC says:
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    Someone dropped Merrifield. Drop Daniel Murphy or Odor to pick him up or hold?

    • William Hung says:
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      @JC: Murphy

    • batflix says:
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      @JC: Pretty sure Odor sucks

      • Starz says:
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        @batflix: He does but not at the current moment.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @JC: Murphy

  7. ARods hot frost says:
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    Pick 2 SP for rest of the year:

    Pivetta, Gibson, Weaver, Castillo

    Thanks!

  8. Fanciful Basesball says:
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    Yeah, what’s the deal with Kanye’s new work? He had a solid 3-4 straight albums of some of the best music in the industry, and then it’s like he took too many musical stool softeners. Just a huge, watery load of unpleasantness. Sad.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Fanciful Basesball: Yeah, this summer’s albums were weak… Maybe one solid album if he put the 4 EPs together

  9. Kruk_Ain't_An_Athlete says:
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    I have an open spot in 14-team 5×5 (saves+holds) available free agents are: Alvarado, H.Rendon, Winkler, Brach, B.Parker, J.Anderson, Dyson, Hunter, Nicasio, Roe, Ziegler, Garrett, Melancon, Robertson, or Reed.

    Top 2 or 3??

  10. Smoooth jimmy says:
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    Profar or mccrutch

  11. Puigy Bank says:
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    @Grey 12 team, 5×5 roto

    Grab Souza over Puig, Polanco or Buxton? I have Bux stashed in hopes of a good 2nd half.

  12. Bk says:
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    Rank for now-
    Trumbo, Reddick, Ohtani, Adams, Souza, A Garcia

    Probably need to drop 2, but would like to know your hierarchy of those trendy pick ups.

    • Cram It says:
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      @Bk: Drop order Trumbo, Adams, Souza

      • Bk says:
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        @Cram It: Trumbo has been on a power binge, and he’s shown to be a 50 HR hitter in past. You really think he’s the worst of the group?

        • Peacecoast says:
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          @Bk: try to trade Ohtani at least? Adams is hella good when he plays. I would wait and see if Avisail cools off. Drop one of him/ trumbo or reddick.

        • Cram It says:
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          @Bk: He’s feast or famine in a crappy lineup. He feasted already, now it’s famine time.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Bk: Drop Souza and Trumbo

  13. Gregarious says:
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    Grey – in a 12 team 6×6 OBP league: my Kershaw, DPeralta, KSeager for his TBauer, Springer

    Would move Devers into my 3B slot…

    Yes, no?

    Thanks man!

  14. Cram It says:
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    Apparently Riddle had a hip issue yesterday. I only know this because he has the medical kit icon next to his name on my NFBC team….Wait, so does Haniger…oh no what’s wrong with him?! Hmm, just a bruised knee. Could be worse. Ok carry on…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Cram It: Ugh, that sucks, I prefer it was just stupid baseball by playing Prado

  15. NJ says:
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    Anyone starting Bundy today? I’m nervous.

    • Mr. Sweat Necklace says:
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      @NJ: I think so, but I’ve been nervous since I went back in after the KC debacle.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @NJ: Pretty borderline start

      • VinWins

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        @Grey: Knowing Vin like I do, he’ll probably start Bundy (which can be your answer when anybody asks about a questionable start).

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          You are an expert on all things Vin!

  16. Mr. Sweat Necklace says:
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    Do you prefer Profar to Lowrie in a 10 team 6×6 with OPS?

    Also, would you hold Darvish, snag Weaver or stream baby stream?

  17. Brett says:
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    I know it’s always away but in a keeper league how would you rank the following starters and there values?

    Clevinger for 2019 and 2020 at $2
    Buehler for 2019 for $5
    Flaherty for 2019 for $5

  18. Hebrew Hammer says:
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    Enjoyed your write up today!

    Cardinals scoring like crazy, check box score..NO JoMa again, really? For real stop doing that.

    BREAKING NEWS: Yoenis walked from the trainers room to the locker room all by him self with no NEW reportable injuries . ALL signs point to a July 2019 second half return. Positive news for fantasy owners!!!

    Another 0-4 night by Dozier helped me stay positive though. I know, red hottttt second half is coming..eventually, maybe, WTF MAN you are killing me !!

    Question:

    Should I watch Lucchesi throw 62.5 pitches over 4.2 innings on my bench or pray mommy and daddy let him stay out later than 8pm because it’s Friday?

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Hebrew Hammer: Thanks! Good to see you! Haha, Yoenis in 2019 is gonna be so great for anywhere from 25 to 145 games… Think you can spare 4 2/3 IP of time!

      • Hebrew Hammer says:
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        @Grey:

        Forgot to ask. I’m in need of pitching points this week.

        I have Folty and Freddy. I’d like to see a dual no-hitter but know both can go wrong with their control.

        Start Freddy at home versus Braves? Or does anybody truly know!

        Thankyou.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Start both

  19. Starz says:
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    Feeling lucky this week considering your last three openers have all been on my team: Avisail, Lindor, and now Turner. Can you spread some love for Candelario and get him going again?

    Drop Wheeler (Monday start) for Eovaldi (vs. Mets this wknd)?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Starz: Will do my best! Yes, grab Eovaldi

  20. Joel says:
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    Feeling Pivetta today vs PIT?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Joel: Yes, as long as it’s not the Nats

      • Johnnyhobbes says:
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        @Grey: Ha!

  21. DodgersWindowReopened says:
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    1. I picked up Osuna and dropped Britton this morning – 29 game lead in H2H league so I can afford to be patient hoping he can be solid come September. OK move or was I just tired of waiting for Britton/The Orioles to do something constructive?

    2. Would you trade DeJong and Hendricks for Dozier and one of Norris, Familia, Rodney or hold hoping DeJong is right by playoffs? If you say trade, which reliever of the three will be the best closer come September?

    3. Jo Ma and D Peralta have been great late round OF picks for me. Are you concerned about cuts in their respective playing time given both teams deep rosters? If so, who would you shop first and about what kind of OF bat would you seek?

    Thank you and Happy Friday!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @DodgersWindowReopened: 1. Meh 2. Yes 3. Yes, I’m concerned — Jo-Ma is the one that will get anything in a trade, no?

  22. Freddie Gibbs says:
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    My new joint Freddie is better than all the other washed up rapper releases.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Freddie Gibbs: What’s this? Why don’t you put Grey up on it?

  23. Bandzamakeher says:
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    $12 bellinger and $12 Correa for $30 Stanton and $36 kershaw.

    Keeper league.

    Thabks

  24. chris says:
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    Hello Grey,

    Trade question. H2H League, 12 teams, 7 keepers.
    h, 2b, 3b, hr, r, rbis, hr, sb, avg, bb.

    Would you trade (give) Jesus Aguilar and RD 1 (which is actually a RD 8) for Edwin Encarnacion (receive?

    Thanks!

  25. Arod’s Frost says:
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    Play pick 2 for the 2nd half of the season – SP edition:

    Weaver, Castillo, Gibson and Pivetta

    Thanks!

  26. Sdub says:
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    Are you starting these guys today or benching?

    Peralta v. ATL

    Pivetta @ PIT

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Sdub: Starting both

  27. Peacecoast says:
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    sup G,

    fyi Gleyber is not on the trade analyzer. Was looking to maybe move him for an elite bat. Do you think Gleyber for Beni straight up is fair? He can be kept for next year, Beni cannot. I think that trade favors Gleyber too much actually.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Peacecoast: Weird, will tell Rudy — I’d want Beni

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        For this year

  28. toneDEAF! says:
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    With Jo-Ma not playing everyday, I think it’s time to say “bye felisha”

    Ps – is that still cool to say?

  29. chris says:
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    Hi Grey,

    Michael Brantley, Chris Taylor, Joc Pederon, Odubel Herrera for ROS?

    looking to move some pieces and would like to know your thought.s.

    thanks!