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    Is that weight or average?
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    The Fernando Rodney Experience...
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    YANKEES (vs. Chris Archer - R) 1. Brett Gardner (L) LF 2. Gary Sanchez (R) C 3. Greg Bird (L) 1B 4. Matt Holliday (R) DH 5. Jacoby Ellsbury (L) CF 6. Starlin Castro (R) 2B 7. Chase Headley (S) 3B 8. Aaron Judge (R) RF 9. Ronald Torreyes (R) SS (Masahiro Tanaka - R) RAYS (vs. Masahiro Tanaka - R) 1. Corey Dickerson (L) DH 2. Kevin Kiermaier (L) CF 3. Evan Longoria (R) 3B 4. Brad Miller (L) 2B 5. Steven Souza Jr. (R) RF 6. Logan Morrison (L) 1B 7. Tim Beckham (R) SS 8. Mallex Smith (L) LF 9. Derek Norris (R) C (Chris Archer - R)
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    I Maeda big mistake drafting this guy
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    PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT For the past week or so, the mods have had to come in here practically every few hours to clean up the drivel, Bench Coach questions, name calling, political spew, and general pissing matches. It's getting old. Fast. I don't want to be the buzz kill in this thread. I'm all for having fun and a few jokes, and I'm absolutely all for chasing saves and speculating like crazy. I've done it in this thread or its predecessor for nearly a decade now. That said, we're tired of being the babysitters. There are a few ways we can proceed here: 1) This thread goes back to being what it's always been - a convention of saves chasers trying to get the jump on their leaguemates with eyes on the beat writers on twitter, all the games to know who's warming when, etc. 2) It all gets shut down for a TBD period of time -- all gameday commentary goes to that thread. Closer thread is a thing of the past, or at least takes a break till May when we see if everyone can get along again. Please consider this as a warning to the thread. I don't want to see more drastic measures taken, but the conversation has already come up ... as I said before, it's getting really old. Before you type out yet another needling post taking a shot at another user, take a breath and ask yourself if it's really contributing to the benefit of the community, or if you're just trying to prove how "right" you are and how "wrong" someone else is. Try giving the other guy the benefit of the doubt for once instead of reading EVERYTHING as a personal insult. Here's the Code of Conduct again for everyone's reference. Abide by it. Carry on.
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    He will be fine, this early season slump was just a way for him to pay respect to Jackie Robinson:
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    The debate of whether to draft a closer or not depends completely on YOUR league. You are the best judge of your league. It seems absurd to me to come in here and argue one way or the other as an authority on that. If I'm in a standard league with regular joe's, yes, I know that I can grab and hoard closers all year long. Most of the leagues that I'm in are with highly competitive players, many of which are off of this board, and if I don't draft at least two proven guys on draft day, I'm going to be in trouble in the saves category. You just have to know what to expect from your league mates. Do you have somebody like me in your league that is plugged into every game and has alerts sent out during closer changes due to being in a lot of money leagues and formerly paid to write baseball articles? It's a sick obsession really. And even then, I'm not fast enough to the wire in several of my leagues. Or are you with more casual players? There is a big difference there. I see an amazing variance across my 8 leagues. Even one of my highest money leagues is filled with guys that aren't that fast to the wire. It's a competitive league, but I know that I can beat the competition there. That isn't true in about 5 of my 8 leagues. So, each one of you is the best judge. So, to be the expert on this is futile. There is no right answer.
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    There was a thing last March/April where Brian McTaggart, an Astros beat writer, tweeted out in all caps, "GILES IS THE CLOSER". Of course, everyone believed this was something he was reporting, but apparently it was actually just his personal assumption. As it turned out, Giles was NOT the closer, Gregerson was. McTaggart got some flack like that and took zero responsibility for his mistake, instead opting to make insults towards those calling him out on it. Since then, "__________ IS THE CLOSER" has become something of a humorous motif in this thread. Every now and then, I'll contribute a meme with McTaggart's picture and the caption "_____ IS THE CLOSER" either as a reaction to a closer change or to roast someone who insisted there was no way a certain guy could become closer and that it was "obvious" and ends up being wrong - a la McTaggart. This has been a brief history of "_______ IS THE CLOSER". Tune in next time!
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    This thread just turned into TMZ
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    He's worn it tilted his entire career as a tribute to his late father who died a few days before his debut in 2002. Rodney says he wears his cap tilted to the left side of his head as a tribute to his father — Ulise Rodney — who died six days before Fernando made his major league debut with the Tigers in 2002. Ulise was a fisherman in the Dominican Republic and wore his cap tilted to the side because “that's the side the sun hits his face.”
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    How about this Tucker? Just guys who haven't been established or have major skills jump? Sprinkle of everything breakout 1. Dansby Swanson 2. Alex Bregman 3. Andrew Benintenti Power/Speed breakout 1. Kevin Kiermaier 2. Keon Broxton 3. Byron Buxton 4. Tim Anderson Power/ high BA breakout 1. Ryon Healy 2. Nomar Mazara 3. Yuli Gurriel 4. Max Kepler Power/Run Production breakout 1. Greg Bird 2. Eric Thames (I'm not sold on SB ability) 3. Mitch Haginer 4. Domingo Santana 5. Tommy Joseph 6. Hunter Renfore Speed/Runs/BA breakout 1. Travis Jankowski 2. Jose Peraza 3. Manny Margot
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    Rotoworld blurb writers...
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    You guys should consider temporarily banning certain users from this thread when they get out of control, rather than seriously considering shutting down the forum's number one thread and punishing the whole community of hundreds of people plus many more "lurkers" because a handful of people get out of control. That's a horrid solution.
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    Turning an eye toward speculation as we head into the season, here are situations I'm watching: 1) Oakland -- They've already announced they're going to employ a closer by committee. Those rarely last. Madson held the job for most of last year and enters this season as the early favorite, but I would suspect he doesn't have a lot of leash. Doolittle finished the year strong and had his velocity back into the mid-90s -- something we haven't seen consistently since pre-shoulder injury. The team also signed veteran closer cockroach Santiago Casilla. Madson's the incumbent, Doolittle maybe the most talented and highest paid, so it'll probably end up being Casilla. Working against Doolittle is their current pen composition with Roster Resource projecting him as the only guy, and forum posts pointing to maybe 1 other unproven lefty. How soon we forget that Casilla was actually a pretty good pitcher before the wheels came off. His peripherals in 2016 were actually slightly improved from 2015 (higher K-rate, lower BB-rate), but he also had a high HR/FB of 15.1%. Still, Casilla pitched to a 2.86 ERA in the first half with 44 Ks in 34.3 IP. He may not be done here. 2) Pittsburgh -- Watson enters the season with the closer's mantle, but as pointed out repeatedly in this thread, he posted a 4.37 FIP last year. His HR/FB skyrocketed from 4.6% in 2015 to 14.1% last year, resulting in a huge spike in HR/9 (up a full HR from 2015). He doesn't strike a lot of guys out and relies on getting soft contact (though 2016 was his lowest Soft Contact% by far). He's been shaky again in Spring Training, though I never know how much stock to put in that. The team signed Daniel Hudson this offseason to a solid contract ($11MM over 2 years) and has already indicated he'll close on days Watson is unavailable. That points to Hudson as the clear next-in-line behind an unproven closer. To his credit, prior to June 21 last year, Hudson had a 1.55 ERA (though a 3.63 FIP). Then the wheels came off with 3 runs in back to back outings, and a second half ERA of 5.60. I'm not saying he'll be successful, but I'm not sure Watson will be either, and possession is 9/10ths of the law. 3) Miami -- Ramos enters the season with the gig and has pitched fairly well when looking at the totality of his work -- double-digit K-rates, sub-3 ERAs. But he walks a lot of guys (a career 4.72 BB/9 -- 4.92 last year). Walks can kill a closer pretty fast. And judging by the team's actions, they seem to think Ramos is dangerous or best suited to be a set-up guy instead of the stopper. To recap -- they acquired Rodney last year. They reached out to Chapman. They made offers to Jansen and Melancon (I know Jansen, I think they reached out to Melancon as well). Then they signed Ziegler. Now, the smartest approach to bullpens probably has an extreme ground ball guy like Ziegler in a fireman role to come get that double play ball when it's needed, BUT, Ziegler also owns a CAREER ERA of 2.44. I think Ziegler's a pretty good stash if you've got the roster space. 4) Cincinnati -- This just goes back to the uncertainty (IMO) about having closers pitch multiple innings each time and a committee approach to the bullpen. I'm skeptical it lasts. I think Iglesias is a very good pitcher, and I think Lorenzen is as well. I just don't think it's practical to have your co-closers both pitching multiple innings. Iglesias has previously said he needs 2-3 days off following a 2-inning stint. Maybe Lorenzen is slightly more resilient, but if the Reds win 3 games in a row, and Price has used Iglesias in the first game for 2 IP, and Lorenzen for a couple innings in the 2nd, who closes the 3rd? Also, let's not forget that both of these guys have rather lengthy injury histories. My guess is that eventually either one of these two becomes the 9th inning guy and doesn't pitch multiple innings OR someone else emerges. Barrett Astin is my dark horse should he make the team, but keep an eye on Storen as well (assuming he makes the team) or some TBD guy. No action to take yet -- but I'll be watching closely. Others: Milwaukee -- Knebel is a really good arm and is mowing people down this spring. They signed Feliz to close, and Feliz is probably going to be just fine, and his velocity was fine last year, but he gave up a ton of HRs in Pittsburgh (though 19.2% HR/FB) and now moves to one of the most HR-friendly parks in baseball. He also walks more than you'd like to see ... so while I think he has some leash, I also could see that going south in a hurry Minnesota -- Kintzler is pretty meh with that K-rate (sub-6.0 last year), but he is an extreme ground baller (9th among relievers in GB% last year at 61.9%). Generally speaking, it's tough to string together enough singles to score off a guy, so I'm actually left wondering if Kintzler holds this all year. Arizona -- Rodney is the Box of Chocolates of closers, but I don't see anyone here to really take his job from him. San Diego - Maurer has the gig and probably a decent leash. Capps will make things interesting when he returns, and is worth a stash on your DL, but we don't know how Green will deploy them (is Capps the closer or the fireman?), and Maurer has had stretches of being pretty solid before. Colorado -- We haven't seen Holland pitch in Coors. Ottavino is very likely owned, but if not he's worth a spec. We know Ottavino can get guys out there; can't say that just yet for Holland (though I think he'll have some leash). Philly -- I actually think Gomez is pretty safe, at least for a while. Great spring, plus the confidence of his manager, plus he was successful for most of last year. I'd roster Neris before Benoit, but only because I have no idea if Benoit will be healthy if/when things go south for Gomez. Los Angeles -- I think it's Bedrosian's gig until he gets hurt or Street returns (at which point, who knows?)
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    Ask and ye shall receive. A little bit of shuffling throughout, but mostly in that last tier. Treinen gets tossed into the back of the Tier 4 for a couple of reasons: 1) I don't think Washington makes a trade in April (that's exceedingly rare -- I can't remember it happening). Once a team sets its roster, they almost always give it a few months. 2) They seem to be doing whatever they can to avoid giving Shawn Kelley the role, so to me that give Treinen leash 3) I think Glover may struggle adjusting (ERA over 5 last year, and seems to have struggled this spring when facing MLB hitters) The Rankings: Tier 1 1. Kenley Jansen (Dayton/Romo?) 2. Aroldis Chapman (Betances) 3. Zach Britton (Brad Brach/O’Day – would be an interesting one if Britton went down, though I lean Brach) Tier 2 4. Edwin Diaz (Cishek) 5. Seung-Hwan Oh (Siegrist) 6. Wade Davis (Carl Edwards Jr.) Tier 3 7. Mark Melancon (Strickland) 8. Craig Kimbrel (Thornburg) 9. Cody Allen (Miller) 10. Ken Giles (Gregerson) 11. Alex Colome (Boxberger) 12. Jeurys Familia (Reed) 13. Kelvin Herrera (Soria) 14. Roberto Osuna (Grilli) Tier 4 15. Jim Johnson (Vizcaino / Cabrera) 16. David Robertson (Jones) 17. Sam Dyson (Bush/Jeffress) 18. Francisco Rodriguez (Rondon) 19. Neftali Feliz (Knebel) 20. Blake Treinen (Kelley/Glover) 21. Greg Holland (Adam Ottavino) Tier 5 22. Tony Watson (Daniel Hudson) 23. AJ Ramos (Ziegler/Barraclough) 24. Brandon Maurer (Carter Capps) 25. Cam Bedrosian (Huston Street) 26. Jeanmar Gomez (Hector Neris) 27. Raisel Iglesias (Lorenzen/Astin?) 28. Fernando Rodney (Burgos? Delgado?) 29. Ryan Madson (Doolittle/Casilla) 30. Brandon Kintzler (Ryan Pressley)
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    No more drafting guys with vacuum names. Last year JJ Hoover. This year San Dyson.
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    Buxton won't reach .200 til 2019 at the earliest don't @ me
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    That save success rate is a poor metric to cite--most of his career he's been a middle reliever, a role in which you can get charged a blown save if you lose a lead (which all MR do sometimes) and almost never gave a save opp. He may or may not be a good closer, but citing a stat that combines success at different roles, with different probabilities, is definitely not a helpful way to assess the question.
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    Legend has it he once went 5-for-4 with 6 home runs in a game in Korea.
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    he damn well knows about the k
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    👀👀👀🔥🔥🔥🔥😂😂😂😂
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    I feel ya. Dropped Sanchez after his 2nd atbat today myself. Surprised you still have him rostered. Pretty rough that your season is already basically over. Dont feel too bad though, fantasy baseball isn't for everyone.
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    seems that the New York papers are publicly calling for a Conforto opportunity. Good on them! It's kind of like, you meet this girl, she is super cute and you have great chemistry with her. You start thinking "man... I could totally see myself with this girl" but she is in a long-term relationship with some dude... he doesn't have a ton of redeeming qualities... maybe some jacked forarms and some girth down under... but for the most part she seems too good for him. Higher morals, more intelligent, sweeter. And you're thinking "darn... if only this douche wasn't in the picture". I mean, if she was dating a John Krasinski type of dude you'd brush aside your feelings and think "they've got a great thing going" but this fool is more of a Toby. But she keeps popping into your thoughts, so like a creeper stalker you find her Facebook page and look through her pictures... (darn, wish there were more). You feel kinda gross doing it, but can't help yourself. Like Jorge Soler on a breaking ball in the dirt. But then her boyfriend strains his oblique and suddenly you realize "There is hope!!!". You feel a spark of optimism, but try keep expectations tempered-- because even if she dumps him, she still can't hit lefties.
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    I was able to get special footage of the accident...it's not pretty, viewer discretion is advised.
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    Overall team record does not correlate to total saves for a closer.
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    This should tide you over. It's not my best work but I think it really screams Devo.
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    Obligatory Antonio Banderas post (I looked at his numbers to date)
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    I'm pretty sure WAR is the reason Thames ended up going to Korea too.
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    you shouldn't be allowed to post in the closer thread until you've read the saves rules and can pass a quick quiz.
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    homer and then a walk so far tonight. suck it shandler
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    Corey Klobbered sucks and I'm going to make his Mom apologize to me for drafting him this year.
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    I dropped Kershaw after the first inning today
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    Here's the gif for anyone who missed it.
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    I cannot doubt pitchers in fantasy who draw this card from their deck
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    The only way this makes sense is if you're only ranking Erics.
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    Randy Johnson could pitch well in outer space
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    Sigh. He's off to blistering start.
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    @JFS179 As problematic as the needling posts may be, I also find it problematic when people make statements of fact that aren't true. Because the community is skimming for information to beat their leaguemates, these types of posts are at least equally harmful to the community, if not moreso. I believe the "ribbing" is a way to self-regulate the community. To remind all who are reading to not make declarative statements that aren't in fact true. I understand however the code of conduct and if you believe it went too far, fine. I'll abide. Just wanted to share that $.02. Since we're discussing the thread, I wonder if we need to utilize the gameday thread more, and leave this for discussion, best writer notes, who's next?, etc. Maybe those false statements of "fact" are more problematic because when "we" wake up, we have 4-5 pages to skim through, looking for quick info. Then we see "Neris is gonna be the closer, no doubt." If we didn't have 4 pages to get through of "Here comes Britton." "Lazy grounder, one down." "Walk. Uh-oh. I know it's early, but who would be next in line if Britton falters??" "Double play Britton gets it done." Maybe this thread would be easier to get quality info from if we did it of the play by play. Just my thoughts.
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    Missed a lot here -- it's going to happen in the saves chase. Let's take another shot ... The Deposed/Soon To Be Deposed Philly - Gomez didn't even make it a week, which is somewhat surprising to me, and yet when bad pitchers are in these situations, you're flipping coins every night to see if they'll pull it off. I should've seen Benoit coming, however. I've previously said a major theme for me this year is betting on the cowardly decision a manager can make -- going with the "experienced" guy over the youth. Captain McCrackin followed that pattern to a T, saying Benoit's his guy "for now" - whatever that means. He then followed up with the classic comment about the young fireballer - "Neris is comfortable and having success where he is. I didn't want to mess with him and make him uncomfortable. His time will come one day. Blah, blah, blah." Texas - I didn't see this coming with Dyson given the heavy GB tilt and the success in the WBC. It's really tough to string enough singles together enough nights in a row to get a heavy GB guy out of the gig, but Dyson's suddenly giving up bombs and is walking everyone. Those two things get closers removed pronto. So who's next? The presumptive favorite is Bush, but IMO he's the Neris in this situation. Jeffress has the "experience" mantle after saving 27/28 for Milwaukee last year before being acquired by Texas. Jeffress is also more of a 1-inning guy while Bush has been used repeatedly for multiple innings at a time. Bush fits the "he's having success where he is and I didn't want to mess with it" template. Neither guy has been great to this point - Jeffress has allowed runs in 3 of 5 outings while Bush has allowed runs in 2 of 3 outings. Maybe someone else emerges (Leclerc is marginally interesting), but I'd be a bit surprised if it wasn't Bush or Jeffress first. What's adding another wrinkle to this that NO ONE seems to be talking about as much as they should, IMO, is that Bush was "unavailable" last night, and Bannister dodged the question when asked about it. Per the Dallas Morning News: So make of that what you will. I grabbed Jeffress in two leagues as he was available and Bush has been owned for a while. I think this is a lot closer to 50/50 than folks are making it out to be, and would maybe give a slight lean to Jeffress given his prior experience. The cowardly decision bets on that "experience" meaning Jeffress could get the next opportunity. On the Radar St. Louis - I don't think Oh hasn't been as bad as the numbers (or the posts in this thread) would suggest to this point. He was clearly left in too long in his first appearance, and his next two bad outings came in blowout losses. We all know about closers in non-save situations. That said, it's cause for slight concern that he hasn't posted a clean inning yet, and Rosenthal certainly looked good in his return from the DL. But Rosenthal was AWFUL last year and has a career WHIP of 1.32, which doesn't exactly inspire confidence. Siegrist has also had a terrible start to the season (and is a lefty), but I still think he may be ahead of Rosenthal for now. If Rosenthal keeps striking out the side without walking guys, he could certainly position himself to take the reins if Oh continues to falter. I personally wouldn't take any action here yet, but it's on the radar. Houston - Giles has allowed ERs in two games in a row, which both occurred in non-save situations. They're not going to give you warm fuzzies about the situation, but they're not going to lose him the role either. However, if he blows a save in his next opportunity or two, things get interesting. I think Gregerson is pretty clearly next in line (despite getting obliterated by KC), has been consistently pitching the 8th, and wants the ball, so he'd be the add if you're speculating. Will Harris could also get involved eventually. I don't know exactly how much leash Giles has given what happened last year and how good this Astros team can be. Arizona - Rodney's going to Rodney (runs in 3 of 4 appearances) but we're starting to get glimpses of who may be next in the pecking order. Bradley has been fantastic out of the pen, but he's being used in multi-inning stints. If things go south with Rodney, would they let Bradley close? Or would they turn to some other prior experience guy like Wilhelmsen? Does Hoover get in on the action? San Diego - Maurer had a rough outing in a non-save situation, but I feel we should just expect that at this point. Capps is on the mend, and Andy Green has previously been quoted as saying he thinks Capps is one of the best 3 relievers in baseball. Is that in the Chapman/Jansen mold or the Andrew Miller mold? Time will tell. As for these others I previously mentioned prior to the season Oakland - Melvin cleared this one up for us as much as we could hope for at this point. He's using Casilla and Doolittle as tandem closers based on matchups and who they're facing in the late innings. This could work out pretty well for Oakland, and both guys are pitching well - so maybe it works out pretty well for fantasy owners too. Either guy is worth owning - if I could only have one, I'd slightly prefer Casilla given his handedness. Cincinnati - we're seeing Iglesias used as an extended reliever at times, but Price has absolutely used Lorenzen in a multi-innings role and has Cody Reed available for that duty as well. I think we're going to see Iglesias employed much more often as a traditional closer, though he has the ability to go two innings if needed. On days he can't pitch, it appears Storen or Lorenzen would be next up, though Lorenzen is getting that fireman role usage early on, pointing to Storen as the handcuff or closer when Iglesias is resting. Miami - Ramos has three clean appearances and a save. He's got some leash, and I admitted I was too low on him this spring, though I just didn't really want to mess with this situation. My guess is that Ziegler would be next in line given he fits the cowardly decision model of using the experienced guy. Pittsburgh - Watson hasn't had the cleanest start, but he's picked up a couple saves and is going to need to blow a few before he's in danger. I think Hudson would still be next (is getting the 8th inning usage), but there's not a ton of clarity there. Rivero is pitching great too. Milwaukee - Feliz is going to have some leash, especially with as strong as he looked last night. His velo is back, and when he's on he's nearly impossible to hit. He's been prone to fits of walks, however, and his HR-rate from last year is concerning (as is his home park for the long ball). Knebel would be next-in-line IMO, but I think this is a ways away. I'm probably missing a situation or two, but this is long enough already ...
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    Sorry, couldn't resist:
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    Byron Buxton sucks!! Okay, maybe that's not an overreaction.