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  1. I'd be very interested chinostyles1@gmail.com
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  3. 7/2 - GAME DAY THREAD

    I tuned into the D-backs broadcast and they were talking about scoring change to Jay's first at-bat, and joking about getting plays turned in to hits well after the fact. And they had it on the graphic as a hit on the broadcast, so I'm assuming it got changed in the 3rd inning sometime.
  4. This league just finished its 10th year! 12 team. 6 by 6 Roto categories. IP and TB added. OBP instead of AVG. We have a GS and GP caps, so you can stream but its more about picking the right streams when you do. Need one owner to take over a team in our keeper league. This is a very competitive league on ESPN. Some owners average almost a transaction every other day Leave your e-mail, this team won't last long. This team actually finished 2nd last year, so it is loaded with talent. A little hitter-heavy due to late season trade last year but I really want its next owner to be super involved, almost maniacal about the team. These are your potential keepers. You can keep 8-10 players The rosters has these potential keepers: C Willson Contreras 1B Anthony Rizzo 3B Anthony Rendon OF Mike Trout 3B/OF Kris Bryant 3B Miguel Sano OF Kyle Schwarber SP Stephen Strasburg RP Corey Knebel OF Teoscar Hernandez
  5. Jake Arrieta 2017 Outlook

    So I watched all 7 innings (with MIA's glorious straight on angle.) I wouldn't say much has changed. It still isn't mix of pitches he had 2 years ago or last year. He did better job this time around locating the 2 seam on his arm side. He's never been top tier with his fastball location but in this game he did way less missing arm side This is important for him b/c when your release is that far into the RHH box; missing further in that directions means it will never look like a strike. And pitches that are only 4 inches off the plate that way don't get offered from his release point (they are almost non-competitive). There still wasn't a slider/cutter in or down&in vs LHH. I think he has to find away to use that pitch more. The Marlins put the ball in play, there were just defenders there almost all game long. I think Arrieta is simply too unique to give up on, but I will wait to see progress in pitching mix rather than location effectiveness.