TheGreatUnwashed

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  1. Are you asking if he can stay healthy for 6-8 weeks? I'm gonna go out on the limb and say No. I have a hunch Anderson if he does come back healthy to the bigs this year will be in the pen. It just might better suit him, with his track record of injuries. Plus he's a lefty. As well as Straily has pitched well and Sonny Gray is looking MLB ready... With the depth in The A's rotation it's time to start looking forward.... I hope you're wrong. Talent-wise, Anderson is the best starter we have and it would be a shame for him to waste away in the bullpen. I don't have all the details on his most recent injuries, but if my memory serves me correct they were kind of fluky. I think he just needs to take his time to fully heal up (as we has been this go-round) and come back strong when he is ready. The A's have played so well without him that it'll be icing on the cake if he makes it back.
  2. There have been so many score corrections this year so hopefully you get that one back in a day or two.
  3. The entire Oakland A's pitching staff is a mess right now. The team started hot but is in full tank mode right now.
  4. He is nowhere near the injury-proneness of Rich Harden. Brett will be fine and start dominating soon, just wait and see.
  5. I was hoping for overtime but the Pacers just got jacked on some TERRIBLE officiating to end the game.
  6. He stays around the same value for me, and since I own him that means I'm holding.
  7. I never said George was a bad defender. I have watched him play, and he definitely is solid at the end of the floor. However, Batum is on a whole different level. He's one of the few players in the league that I've watched who can seemingly shut down the game's premier offensive players without an effort. To be fair, his defense has not been up to his par this season most likely due to a heavy workload, but I'd definitely take Batum's defense ahead of George's. The few Portland games I've seen they put Matthews on the other teams primary scorer, including lebron. From what I've seen they typically rotate Matthews and Batum throughout the game off their best scorer. I'm not sure who gets the bulk of that time though...
  8. I have no idea what that means and Batum is a better keeper and a better player than George. I think George will be better than Batum... Batum is on a team stacked with good players and is the 3rd option. George is going to be the go to guy in the coming years for the Pacers and the Pacers are trying to move Granger. Not to mention, George is younger too and more raw/better size/more athletic. Agree on situation, but respectfully diagree on the talent part. I find Batum to be superior, especially considering he is producing late first round value not being the "go-to" guy on his team.
  9. He also makes up for it with his activity on defense and the boards. This guy performs like an elite defender. He ought to be on the all-defensive team this year. Yep, 9 rebs, 6 stls, 1 blk so far tonight and he has managed to shoot himself out of the slump and is at 43% FG right now.
  10. His shot is off tonight as he is off to an 0-5 start. I've found him to be a streaky shooter, but I'm thinking once Granger returns he won't force as many shots as his efficiency rating goes up. I'm thinking he scores nearly as much without fewer shots.