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post #1081 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
Well...you beat me to Asdrubal...

Me beating you is not surprising. You beating me at anything (even claiming players off waivers) is.
post #1082 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Me beating you is not surprising. You beating me at anything (even claiming players off waivers) is.

I consistently beat you at predicting football games- because of your unabashed homerism for the Seahawks.

They might actually be good this year- the Traitor-Walrus is gone.

But Hasselhof remains.
post #1083 of 1312
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Problem is that he's got like 4 more pitchers going. (good ones) I think I have one. And I don't want to drop anyone for strategic reasons to thread right now. Even if it costs me the week. He just caught me in a sort of transitional week, and I'm paying the price. There is the chance that I'll make up the difference and win steals and BA, and we'll have a tie. That would be nice. But I'm not holding my breath. It would be two weeks in a row that I face the top team and tie.
just hope one or two of the pitchers does bad. Your era is close enough to his that if one has a terrible game, you might be able to win that. It is a big if though.
post #1084 of 1312
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I consistently beat you at predicting football games- because of your unabashed homerism for the Seahawks.

Yeah, the one time we've actually bet on a game you won. Congrats.
post #1085 of 1312
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Due to Harden it's already 5-4 (at least after 1 inning).
It is so damn close right now. Holy crap. Edit: Looks like another tie. 5-5 Brilliant.
post #1086 of 1312
5-5 indeed. Broxton almost tilted it your way.

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It is so damn close right now. Holy crap.

Edit: Looks like another tie. 5-5

Brilliant.
post #1087 of 1312
Hey Stevie, whats with you getting your ass handed to you by the last place team? I thought you were planning on contending this year? Your picking up Brian Bannister of waivers tells me all I need to know. There's blood in the water.
post #1088 of 1312
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5-5 indeed. Broxton almost tilted it your way.
Nah, he would have had to walk something like six batters for your WHIP to move enough to where I would have won. I figured that if he walked the bases loaded, then walked in a run, he would have been taken out. All of the other categories were set.
post #1089 of 1312
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Hey Stevie, whats with you getting your ass handed to you by the last place team?
I thought you were planning on contending this year?

Your picking up Brian Bannister of waivers tells me all I need to know.
There's blood in the water.

Half the season to go. I'm about where I was at the All Star Break last year. And finished first. You were 3rd and got lucky in the playoffs.

IIRC you DRAFTED Bannister last year. Look at his line for today bonehead.
post #1090 of 1312
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Half the season to go. I'm about where I was at the All Star Break last year. And finished first. You were 3rd and got lucky in the playoffs.

IIRC you DRAFTED Bannister last year. Look at his line for today bonehead.

He was a disappointment last year and has been demoted to AAA since. Congrats on giving up two runs in six innings of work, and walking as many people as you strike out (2 each). Quite a start.

Serviceable, but not consistently so. Frankly the move reeks of desperation.

He has 37 earned runs in 14 games started so far this year. Just remember that. He's got a lot of unfavorable matchups ahead as well.
post #1091 of 1312
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He was a disappointment last year and has been demoted to AAA since. Congrats on giving up two runs in six innings of work, and walking as many people as you strike out (2 each). Quite a start.

Serviceable, but not consistently so. Frankly the move reeks of desperation.

He has 37 earned runs in 14 games started so far this year. Just remember that. He's got a lot of unfavorable matchups ahead as well.

WHIP was 1.17. Could have given me more Ks, but I was already way up, and am in fact 11-1 head to head.

I'll take the W. Maybe I'll keep him, maybe not.

Jason Marquis- now there's desperation.
post #1092 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
Jason Marquis- now there's desperation.
You are hilarious. Oh, and please refer to him from now on as "All-Star pitcher, Jason Marquis". Thank you.
post #1093 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
You are hilarious.

Oh, and please refer to him from now on as "All-Star pitcher, Jason Marquis". Thank you.

AND I'll refer to him as notoriously inconsistent, pitches in Mile High, time bomb waiting to happen.
post #1094 of 1312
Anyone want Cliff Lee?
post #1095 of 1312
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Anyone want Cliff Lee?

I'll take him if you are giving him away.

Trade you Marquis.
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