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  1. Looking for one owner to fill out a competitive, no-frills league, which is entering its eleventh season. All owners are active the entire year. If you love fantasy baseball and want to play in a league with eleven other people who feel the same way then this is quite possibly the league for you.
  2. Does anyone know if Wainwright's fourth run was unearned? Yahoo is the only site that says it was earned.
  3. Minor ankle injury.
  4. We have 11 owners paid. Looking to fill the final spot. Email me directly at
  5. I'm looking for four more owners to fill out a league that'll be entering its tenth season. This is a no frills, no drama league: it's competitive and friendly and all the owners are active the entire season. We start QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, TE, 1 FLEX, K and D/ST with seven bench spots. Fees are through League Safe. Prize money goes to the top three finishers as well as the three division winners. The draft will be tomorrow, September 5, at 8 p.m. EST. The order will be determined as soon as we're filled. *****If you're interested please email me directly at for an invite.*****
  6. Down to seventh in the order today. I wonder if the hamstring injury he suffered on July 20 has had an impact on him. After slumping for close to a month following his terrific start to the year, in 21 games between June 22 and July 20 his numbers were: 37-93 (.398) 22 R 4 HR 14 RBI 4 SB In the 31 games he's played since returning from the hamstring injury on July 26 to the present, his numbers are: 27-117 (.231) 12 R 1 HR 7 RBI 2 SB With the playoffs coming up Albies owners may have to move on if he continues to struggle. However, I think that should be a last resort: he just seems like the type of player who'll go to 2-4 in some random game and then be a top 10 hitter for the rest of the season.
  7. I agree. A message board is no place for opinions.
  8. I was rooting for Rondon as much as anybody, but when it's this late in the season and your team is reeling, and you blow back-to-back saves against the two teams right behind you in your division, then it's kind of hard to feel sorry for you when you get replaced. This was his job to lose and he lost it.
  9. I hope to god he's not hurt yet I also hope to god he wasn't just pulled after 15 up, 15 down in 47 pitches. Something's gotta give.
  10. Thanks to the crack staff at rotoworld for finally clearing up the Rondon / Osuna discussion: Player Note Sat, Aug 4 Hector Rondon retired all four Dodgers he faced Friday for his 11th save. Advice: Rondon gave up four runs in a non-save situation last Saturday, but he's had a brilliant season, amassing a 2.27 ERA and a 49/11 K/BB ratio in 39 2/3 innings. Too bad he's likely to again lose his closing gig to someone suspended for domestic violence. It also happened with the Cubs when they traded for Aroldis Chapman in 2016. ( New Player Note Tue, Aug 7 Hector Rondon earned his 13th save of the year on Tuesday afternoon against the Giants. Advice: Rondon issued a one-out walk to Austin Slater, but it ultimately proved harmless as he struck out two of the other three batters he faced. The 30-year-old right-hander owns an outstanding 2.16 ERA and 53/12 K/BB ratio in 41 2/3 innings this season and should close out the year as Houston's primary ninth inning man despite the deadline addition of Roberto Osuna. (
  11. When asked why he replaced Rondon with Osuna at closer, Hinch said, "Rondon blew way too many games for the Cubs when he was with them."
  12. Extrapolate these numbers and Haniger's on pace for 108 HR and 414 RBI. Not bad a for a late-round flier. Fri, Aug 3 Mitch Haniger went 2-for-3 with a walk in Thursday's loss to the Blue Jays. Advice: Haniger remains embroiled in a lengthy homer-less streak, with his last long ball coming back on July 10. He's played very well for much of the season, but his numbers have begun to settle as the season has progressed. For the campaign as a whole, Haniger is hitting .263/.359/.458 with 18 home runs and 69 RBI in 106 at-bats. (