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post #1021 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
Good thing I didn't have any liquid in my mouth. I'd have spit it out all over the computer screen.

Would you like some grammar correctionf for the final paragraph, or are you capable of that yourself?

Correctf away, o stone throwing, glass house living one!
post #1022 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Correctf away, o stone throwing, glass house living one!

I thought you'd, that, enjoy
post #1023 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Brian278 View Post
And the beatdown is on. I predict a sweep in the pitching categories.

We'll see how you look after tomorrow night I suppose. I have six pitchers starting tomorrow, at least some of whom I hope will help my team
Personally, I don't think you have a big enough lead in any of the categories to be that confident.

You may ultimately be right, but I have faith in my little stable of underachievers, rejects, situational waiver studs, and has beens with some gas in the tank. I am a numbers jockey. I will ride them until they fail, I suppose.

I'm hoping for a 6+ inning pitching duel in Toronto tomorrow, that breaks into a slugfest in the 7th, 8th, and 9th inning when the bullpen comes in.
post #1024 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
We'll see how you look after tomorrow night I suppose. I have six pitchers starting tomorrow, at least some of whom I hope will help my team
Personally, I don't think you have a big enough lead in any of the categories to be that confident.

You may ultimately be right, but I have faith in my little stable of underachievers, rejects, situational waiver studs, and has beens with some gas in the tank. I am a numbers jockey. I will ride them until they fail, I suppose.

I'm hoping for a 6+ inning pitching duel in Toronto tomorrow, that breaks into a slugfest in the 7th, 8th, and 9th inning when the bullpen comes in.

6?!

Well Lowe and Cueto both got shelled today so my dominance is looking a lot less likely. I'll still win the week.
post #1025 of 1312
Don't be too heartbroken if it doesn't work out for you.
post #1026 of 1312
Thank you Randy Wells.
post #1027 of 1312
Did not narrow the gap as much as I'd have liked tonight, but I DID narrow the gap.
post #1028 of 1312
Indeed. Thankfully I have a pair of starters on Sunday to get Ks back and hopefully WHIP, the just hold on in the offensive categories I lead in.
post #1029 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Brian278 View Post
Indeed. Thankfully I have a pair of starters on Sunday to get Ks back and hopefully WHIP, the just hold on in the offensive categories I lead in.

I also have a few more pitchers.
post #1030 of 1312
Okay dudes, need your collective advice.

A trade my way has been submitted.

Ian Stewart
Kevin Millwood for Ian Kinsler.

Should I accept?
post #1031 of 1312
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
Okay dudes, need your collective advice.

A trade my way has been submitted.

Ian Stewart
Kevin Millwood for Ian Kinsler.

Should I accept?

You'd be giving up Kinsler?
post #1032 of 1312
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post
Okay dudes, need your collective advice. A trade my way has been submitted. Ian Stewart Kevin Millwood for Ian Kinsler. Should I accept?
If you are currently qualifying for the playoffs: Yes. If you are not: No. But seriously, wtf? No.
post #1033 of 1312
I don't know how fantasy baseball works...give me a break bros!
post #1034 of 1312
I proposed that trade.

A: that trade is no longer on the table. I think Millwood is more valuable to my team right now than Kinsler would be.

B: Ed needs pitching BADLY. He has 5 SP (one of which is on the DL). They are halfway decent, but he's never going to win or do well with five starting pitchers and two relievers.

C: He has an abundance of hitting.

D: He is in tenth place out of twelve teams.
post #1035 of 1312
FWIW Kevin Millwood is 8-5 with a 2.64 ERA, 2 CG, 70k's, 36 walks, and a 1.22 WHIP on the season. Only once in his last 10 starts has he gone less than six innings. (May26th vs the Yankees he went 5.2 innings and gave up three runs in a no decision) He's also 4-1 with a 1.30 ERA in his last 5 starts. Ian Stewart is going through a bit of a slump right now, but two weeks ago, he was the NL Player of the week. This month he's stolen 2 bags, scored 17 runs, driven in 18 runs, and hit 6 HR while batting .247. Overall, in the past 30 days, he's got a couple better stats than Kinsler who has stolen 6 bases, scored 19 runs, hit 5 HR, driven in 15 RBI and is batting .255. So it's not like this is a trade of a couple of bums for an all-star. A two for one trade is more than fair IMO. I don't try to "take advantage" of people. But anyways, I don't want to trade anymore. The offer has been cancelled. Like I said, I think Millwood+Stewart (whom I just waivered, if anyone wants him) was too much for ME to give up. Starting pitching is a valuable commodity. I'm in second place. Kinsler won't really help me any. I think not having Millwood might hurt me.
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