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  1. Any interested in joining the league. I would point out that the league’s messaging board is solely written in French. Please let us know. https://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com/f1/1008452/invitation?key=69e99d2784478ef3&ikey=194caad5069ef85f&soc_src=app-sh
  2. I did not know that Yahoo’s fantasy baseball platform could veto a trade. I thought vetoes are only possible through other teams in the same league along with the commissioner.
  3. While Cruz has a tear, a great many fantasy owners have tears. He was tearing the cover off the ball since the All-Star break. Hopefully, it is nothing too serious since he seems « encouraged » 😢
  4. Maybe with José Ramirez second half resurgence to respectability but Puig and Franmil Reyes haven't really bolstered the Indians offense. Out of the 23 games Sale has started, he has faced a total of 13 different teams. And of those 13 different teams, only four have had an ERA over 4.00. Those four are: Yankees (4 games played), Jays (4 games played), Mariners (1 game played) and Dodgers (1 game played). While being blown out by the Mariners is a head scratcher, I wouldn't bet on an awful pitching performance against the Indians. Sale can't be a worse option than your 5th starter to kick-off your playoffs. Unless you are stacked at pitching
  5. Yeah!!! The Pirates are on deck this weekend. Hopefully, the series will rekindle his love for the game because his relationship with it is as cold as ice I think his hot streak started with the Pirates.
  6. Anyone know why he left today’s game early?
  7. Tonight’s Red Sox game is a perfect example of the upside from Sale.
  8. well he is 37, he'll be 38 next year, I have to believe the velocity will diminish a little...this year's hard hit rate is the highest he has ever had (by a mile)...but in the context of your question, I would still keep Verlander before Berrios and Bauer but from the looks of things, others disagree which is totally fine
  9. Yes...and I do favor JD over Charlie :) and well even without the trade not sure how anyone would be out of contention with Betts, Trout and Yelich on their team plus Arenado plus deGrom plus Morton plus Corbin cheech...dynasty keep 20...oh yeah Lindor lol
  10. I guess that where my thought differs a little...if Sale is available as of the 5th round, I will be scooping it up (no pun intended ) I had Sale earlier on this season and sold him for a much older pitcher in Verlander but I did so, to place myself in a position to win this year...I did not care for the keeper status
  11. Agreed! But he is getting a hefty pay raise as of next year. Going from $15M to $29M on average per season for 5 years. In the context of the initial question, I would not place Berrios or Bauer over Sale IMO despite "a lot of risk associated with him".
  12. Everytime I read the tweet below from Rosenthal, it makes me wonder what physical exam did Sale go through (i.e. with a tongue depressor and ear examination (otoscopy)) to finalize his extension before the season started... In all honesty, Sale should bounce back to Ace level caliber next season. IMO.
  13. In a vaccum, 1) Sale (he'll get back his groove next year) otherwise the Red Sox need to fire their whole medical staff for advising the upper management that Sale is a good bet physically to keep pitching as an Ace 2) Berrios - pitches is a very weak division 3) Bauer - just too wild over too many years
  14. Nope. Pass and keep Bregman in the 2nd round.
  15. I much rather have standiums built like Yankee Stadium where offense and exceptional pitching is possible (i.e. Boyd's pitching performance where he finished with 13Ks over 6 innings of work) versus Comerica Park (Detroit Tigers home) where decent pitching performances occur while Tigers players (*ahem* Castellanos) call the park a "joke" because it suppresses homers.