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  1. Zimm has 7 games now with the make up game against the Cubbies. I'd stick with him.
  2. too bad the O couldn;t come through for the kid and net him the W. Oh well, the stat line was great! Rotation fixture for ROS...
  3. Was just pulled from the game in the top of 6th after getting a K...pitch count was low. Hope it's nothing serious. Some more Dodger Blues
  4. I've tried to be patient with Goldy but after watching his AB's last night, and after hearing the ESPN crew put things in perspective. He's the ONLY MLB regular who hasn't gotten a hit on a pitch of 96 mph or greater...he has had 63 chances, that has me worried. I wanted to try to sell him while he still has perceived value, and I don't normally sell low.
  5. I hear you. He can't pitch at home, has been on a decline for a while and velo has dropped...I just think Ross has similar risk. thanks for the input!
  6. Anyone in a H2H 12 team points league advising to do the above?
  7. that is the most common problem when trying to add a guy like TR. Lots of risk involved with him. Shakestreet, who are some of your other SP's? I'm debating on dropping Teheran for him...
  8. I think if anything Ahmed will be the one who sits in favor of Owings. Best case scenario for him at this point imo is 4-5 of 6 games a week when Souza returns.
  9. A's have moved him up to the 6th spot...keep climbing Young Chap! I think my projections above may be a little light on the average...his early season BABIP is out the roof at .478 though
  10. Any chance Lopez could be this years Severino? Both needed to develop a 3rd pitch, highly touted prospects, both throw heat! Lopez may never have the same level as control as Sev, but what do you guys think? I know it's only one start, but if he's a FA in your league and you have a fringe veteran SP, imo RL is wortha shot...
  11. I watched a couple of his AB's last night, he's got some patience...hopefully that continues. My thoughts for full season projections; .250, 32 HR's, 95 RBI, runs won't get over 70 if he continues to hit 7th. Move him to 5th and I could see 80.
  12. The Nats need their top 5 to look like this, which will offer Harper some legit protection; Eaton Turner Harper Rendon Murphy(once he's back in action)