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Ben Edelman

Chris Capuano 2013 Outlook

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If you normalize for BABIP swings, this guy has been pretty consistent for 2 1/2 years. His xFIP since 2010 has been:

3.67

3.97

3.85

Has anyone seen his rehab outings? Any chance he is a respectable 5th or 6th starter, maybe 10 wins with 140 Ks and a 3.80 ERA this year?

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Im starting him this week because he has 2 starts, who knows what hell end up doing.

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Im starting him this week because he has 2 starts, who knows what hell end up doing.

Oops. Sorry for the advice ....

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did bad but i still think he will be a decent number 5 guy on your team. He can definitely give you 10 wins with an ERA of like 3.80 170 IP 130Ks 1.25 WHIP

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I'm in on him. I probably should have sat him this week to get a couple of outings under his belt. :unsure:

For a back-end guy in a deep league I think he will work out well over-all.

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anyone rolling him out tonight vs. the Cardinals?

My opponent is (by default due to Sale missing start). Expect a masterpiece tonight, all Capo owners.

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Anyone adding him tonight? Flyier style?

He was good last year... He's been good at times this year, seems healthy enough now.

Anything here?

He's a 2-start next week, SF and PHI at home

I think it'll go

vs SF

vs PHI

@ SF

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This is odd. Guy is just recently coming off the DL and they are wanting to start Sunday on 3 days rest.

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I'm not using him, only because I can't in my league. I have 4 other starters going tomorrow...

But, it seems like a good enough play. I'm not sure what he'll bring on short rest.

@ SD, even though they're playing really well.

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Another Rotoworld blurb fail

Chris Capuano coughed up four runs on 10 hits in five innings of Wednesday's loss to the Mets.

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