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post #841 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
At least I have reliable transportation.

Yes, your walker has served you very well.
post #842 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Yes, your walker has served you very well.

It also works as a weapon- very versatile.
post #843 of 1312
Slim, thanks for benching Fukudome today.
post #844 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post
Slim, thanks for benching Fukudome today.

Just trying to keep it exciting....
post #845 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Just trying to keep it exciting....

7-2 isn't exciting...

FWIW I sat him too and pitched Peavy in my other league...

What's with Peavy this year?
post #846 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
7-2 isn't exciting...

FWIW I sat him too and pitched Peavy in my other league...

What's with Peavy this year?

Am I losing 7-2?
I didn't pay for stat tracker this year, plus I'm not at home. Oh well. We are only about .12 through the year. I'm still not going to worry about it yet.

Peavy, Hamels, and Webb will be ok. Pitching is pitching.
post #847 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Am I losing 7-2?
I didn't pay for stat tracker this year, plus I'm not at home. Oh well. We are only about .12 through the year. I'm still not going to worry about it yet.

Peavy, Hamels, and Webb will be ok. Pitching is pitching.

Except when it's hurt.

Actually 8-1...

I get it free with my plus league.

I'm surprised at Peavy...
post #848 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
Except when it's hurt.

Yeah this is about right. Webb will be gone until June at the earliest, and Hamels may have some underlying issues.
post #849 of 1312
Historically speaking, I do my best fantasy work post all-star break. Right Steve?
post #850 of 1312
Well my good start means nothing. Hanley looks like he is injured. Fuckkkkk. Season over.
post #851 of 1312
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Well my good start means nothing. Hanley looks like he is injured. Fuckkkkk. Season over.

As if John Maine sucking couldn't hurt anyone else but the Mets, John Maine, and his fantasy owners. Now he gets Hanley involved too??!

X-rays are negative, he should be fine. Listed as day-to-day.
post #852 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Historically speaking, I do my best fantasy work post all-star break. Right Steve?

Actually you had me by quite a bit before the All Star break, and I had the better second half.

Except for that playoff thing of course. Best not mention that.
post #853 of 1312
Well shit. B.Webb is on waivers. Enjoy.
post #854 of 1312
So... someone care to explain why dropping Hill, who leads the league in RBI, and is way up there in BA and HR, for Alexi Ramirez, who is leading the league in futility and is batting below the Mendoza line, makes any sense at all?

Its irritating whenever someone does something stupid like this, and Steve manages to take advantage of it. So explain yourself!

Steve: I don't want to hear a single word about how skillful this pick was. You got lucky. (lucky you have a higher waiver priority).

WTF Fish Fan.
post #855 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
So... someone care to explain why dropping Hill, who leads the league in RBI, and is way up there in BA and HR, for Alexi Ramirez, who is leading the league in futility and is batting below the Mendoza line, makes any sense at all?

Its irritating whenever someone does something stupid like this, and Steve manages to take advantage of it. So explain yourself!

Steve: I don't want to hear a single word about how skillful this pick was. You got lucky. (lucky you have a higher waiver priority).

WTF Fish Fan.

It's karma. I don't think the Hoffman-Theriot trade is gonna pay many dividends.
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