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  1. And all of this on Victoria Day...a national holiday in Canada. Way to go Jays..eh?
  2. For the second consecutive day...Double ugh...
  3. Baseball Press has him playing and leading off today. McMahon hitting 7th.
  4. I know what Noah Syndergaard looks like and I know what the Mets logo looks like. Do I really need pictures and logos blasting my eyes for player updates? Apparently eye candy is a priority over relevant content, which we all came here for...or used to. I'm with the masses, this is apocolyptically horrendous.
  5. Every pitcher wants to face the Mets...even their own pitchers. Noah Syndergaard - S - Mets Mets activated RHP Noah Syndergaard from the 10-day disabled list. Syndergaard essentially missed just one turn in the starting rotation while recuperating from hand, foot, and mouth disease. He is back in action Wednesday afternoon against the Mets. The 25-year-old right-hander holds a 2.89 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 83/15 K/BB ratio over 74 2/3 innings this season. Aug 1 - 10:44 AM
  6. CBS as well. 2 start week vs SD tomorrow and Pittsburgh on Sunday,
  7. Exactly. Sent out for the 8th at 96 pitches with a 6 run lead in 85 degree heat. QS gone. Nice job Callaway. He ppitched a great game.
  8. Moncada...The new Ohtani... Yoan Moncada went 2-for-3 with a walk as the White Sox's leadoff hitter Monday against the Indians. That'll push his ERA back up over .300. Moncada was hitting .269/.358/.492 on this day a month ago, but his OPS is down from .830 to .703 since then. The White Sox will remain patient, and there's good reason for fantasy owners to hold tight as well.
  9. I find it astonishing and practically implausible that this "coin sized" calcium deposit was not seen on the CT Scan and/or MRI from Saturday. It doesn't work that way. So either the "inflammation only" report was fake news or the Mets doctors read his CT and MRI exams, not the Yankee doctors.
  10. Scar tissue inflammation post operatively is very common. I view this as encouraging since no new injury was reported. I will speculate a period of rest and an anti-inflammatory regimen will be what we've dealing with. Not disastrous by any means IMO.
  11. I'll take the opposing view here. The extra years of control tip the scales to the Zimmer/Moncada side for me, especially in a single league format and perhaps even more so if auction prices are part of the equation. Yes, Correa is a outstanding but Moncada could be really special as well. Throw in a young 15/30 outfielder and given the players involved, I'd roll with the potential here. Yes, it's potential, but really, really good potential.