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  2. Go Taillon (if they get it in)! Go Bauer!
  3. Weather Update: Weatherproof games: Cle/ Hou, Tex/Sea Ari/Pit: Its going to rain most of, if not all day but the rain should be light. My hunch is they at least attempt to get this one in LAD/CHC: Chilly with a slight chance of showers but they should be fine here. Atl/Cin: I doubt they get this one in. Satellite looks like there will be thunderstorms and rain all day into the overnight hours. Mia/Phi: Chance of showers earlier in the day but nothing too serious, should clear up nicely by game time. Det/Bos: Going to be cold but very little chance of rain. NYY/LAA: It never rains in Southern California
  4. Any word on where he’s going to hit in the lineup? Gotta be 3rd, right? I wouldn’t put it past the Blue Jays to have him hit 6th for a few years until he “adjusts to major league pitching.”
  5. That outing wasn't great but as some of us warned the dbacks offense isn't as easy a matchup as people think. In fact the numbers state otherwise. That being said the Rangers should be a good test for if Lyles can bounce back. Rangers are competent like Dbacks but not world beaters by any stretch.
  6. Good deep dive on Kike. So far in 2019 his plate discipline numbers are in line with last year if not better. Bodes well. Holding for now.
  7. Pivetta and Hampson do look like the drops here, but I don't like the idea of giving up on Hampson in a dynasty when he could be snatched up by another owner. You could also drop Brad Peacock.. Was high on him earlier, but now not so sure. The below avg K/9 and swstr% is worrying. Also Pressly, unless you feel you need him for his ratios.
  8. Think he gets skipped over next week? They have a 5-game sched with Monday and Thursday off.
  9. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. From Razzball:
  10. 5x5 redraft basic league What do I do hear, I am next to last place in my 12 man league
  11. Move on people, it's unfortunate but he can't be rostered until he shows signs of life and an everyday role. Both seem unrealistic as of now
  12. Is he a platoon hitter now? It's staggering how bad things have gone for him so far. I had him very cheap in a keeper contracts league and chose to only give one year after much deliberating, as he tailed off last year. Boy am I glad I didn't give him a long contract, someone in a twin league to mine gave him a 3 year deal in the same situation... As a result I'm getting a very ichy trigger finger and pretty much ready to pull the plug on this guy. Finding emerging hitters like H Dozier are making the decision easier too.
  13. I think most people expected some kind of growth or improvement as he ages into his "prime" years... as someone that has owned him the last 3 seasons, I'm not too upset about missing out on him this year.
  14. It’s also funny that 9 times out of ten that someone in that committee becomes the primary closer.
  15. Because it becomes one guy more often than not and many owners don't have the flexibility to spend multiple roster spots speculating on a team's closer.
  16. Give this guy a full time gig until he proves you wrong... I mean what else do you need to see... play the hot hand....why are these coaches so stupid?
  17. Still kind of think we're looking at Neil Walker here. Maybe his hit tool has improved and he'll k a lot less. Neil Walker isn't a bum either, he's been in the majors for 10 years.
  18. April 24 chance adams (24 y/o), P, triple-A scranton (NYY) 6IP, 3H, 1BB, 9K albert abreu (23 y/o), P, double-A trenton (NYY) 4IP, 8H, 6ER, 2BB, 5K hans crouse (20 y/o), P, single-A hickory (TEX) 6IP, 6H, 1ER, 3BB, 4K sean reid-foley (23 y/o), P, triple-A buffalo (TOR) 4.2IP, 4H, 4ER, 5BB, 7K
  19. It’s funny, when a manager comes out and says he is going with closer-by-committee approach everyone in here STILL tries to pick ONE guy.
  20. Are the owners in my leagues hasty in dropping Barnes or are they smartly proactive?
  21. Tough matchup tonight for the fourth best SP in baseball. Let's go.
  22. April 24 luis urias (21 y/o), 2b, triple-A el paso (SD) 3-for-5, 2-3B, 3R, RBI, BB, K bobby bradley (22 y/o), 1b, triple-A columbus (CLE) 3-for-4, HR, 2B, 2R, RBI, K kyle lewis (23 y/o), OF, double-A arkansas (SEA) 3-for-5, 2B, R, K pavin smith (23 y/o), 1b, double-A jackson (AZ) 3-for-5, HR, R, 3RBI, SB nick madrigal (22 y/o), 2b, high single-A winston-salem (CHW) 1-for-2, 2B, R, 2RBI, 3BB, SB josh naylor (21 y/o), 1B, triple-A el paso (SD) 2-for-4, HR, 4R, 3RBI, 2BB
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