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  1. Certainly likely to get more complicated now!
  2. Has pitched real well pretty much all season. Has given up 4 runs in one outing 2 in another and 1 or 0 in 6 of his 8 starts including tonight.
  3. Thanks, Probably a descendent of Leif Erikson!
  4. Incredible numbers so far this year and strangely at 28 years old is seeing his 1st Major league action. He only has 183 IP in minors since 2015 and has been dominant. I guess he played in College and was never given much opportunity! http://www.milb.com/player/index.jsp?sid=milb&player_id=623433#/career/R/pitching/2019/ALL
  5. Jordan Lyles another solid outing. W, 10 Ks, 1 BB, 3 H, in 6 IP.
  6. I am so glad it didn't happen. Wont be available in many leagues after tonight!
  7. I am thrilled with tonight. He had a few jams in part because of poor defense, but hung in there and was very solid. Still no earned runs.
  8. Fried appears solid in Colorado. The run as of now the run is no long earned.
  9. I think Fried should start for the foreseeable future as long as he pitches well. He was pretty good most of last year. He is young and now has a lifetime ERA of less than 3 in more than 60 IP. The Braves SP when all are healthy 1. Folty, 2. Teheran 3. Gaussman 4. Fried 5. Newcomb
  10. I like him a lot. He pitched pretty well last year, and so far today, he is perfect through 3 with 2K
  11. Opening for Broxton? Lagares struggled all Spring, (did have a HR in the last game or 2nd to last) and has not done well offensively to open the season. Today's game will hopefully give him some more PT.
  12. I just saw that about McNeil. A lot can happen, but not good news for Broxton's PT.
  13. He does have the power and speed to be a very useful player. it certainly looks like he has a better chance with the Mets and likely should be monitor as we head into spring training and the season!