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post #886 of 1312
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Originally Posted by breakz View Post
Now that the waiver's cleared, I can say the following: wow, Nolasco was dropped.

He has sucked, and will suck, all year. 4.5 ERA 10-15. You heard it here first.
post #887 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
He has sucked, and will suck, all year. 4.5 ERA 10-15. You heard it here first.

Nolasco's been on the waiver wire for weeks in my other leagues. He might be good, but all those underwhelming performances....blergh.
post #888 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
He has sucked, and will suck, all year. 4.5 ERA 10-15. You heard it here first.
I see where you're coming from, but there's no way this happens unless opponents continue to hit .322 (.380 on balls in play) against him. He might be on waivers everywhere but any team in need of pitching should take a flier on him. He's waaaaay better than, say, Gil Meche or Paul Maholm.
post #889 of 1312
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Originally Posted by breakz View Post
I see where you're coming from, but there's no way this happens unless opponents continue to hit .322 (.380 on balls in play) against him.

He might be on waivers everywhere but any team in need of pitching should take a flier on him. He's waaaaay better than, say, Gil Meche or Paul Maholm.

Meche has been consistent for a number of years and his K/9 is up substantially this year.. Nolasco was only good last year. Mahol, off and on...

But Meche is on my team so I'm not objective.

I can't believe Greinke. Like Cliff Lee last year, he's the steal of the year.
post #890 of 1312
Tough week, but I'm still ahead of Slim.
post #891 of 1312
Don't worry. I'll still be there at the end.
post #892 of 1312
The regular season is largely meaningless given that the vast majority of teams make it into the playoffs. I would have preferred a four team playoff.
post #893 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Don't worry. I'll still be there at the end.

In whose end?
post #894 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
In whose end?

Stop flirting with me you creepy old geezer.
post #895 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
Stop flirting with me you creepy old geezer.

C'mon little Slim-Slim. You know you want it.
post #896 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
C'mon little Slim-Slim. You know you want it.

Just cause I keep "making you my bitch" in fantasy sports, doesn't mean I want to make you my bitch in real life. Your beard looks scratchy. And I hate the smell of patchouli.
post #897 of 1312
Damn it, I am not paying attention again.
post #898 of 1312
I was extremely lucky to get Hill, but the Trevoer Hoffman for Ryan Theriot thing hasn't played out well at all.
post #899 of 1312
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Originally Posted by Steve B. View Post
I was extremely lucky to get Hill, but the Trevoer Hoffman for Ryan Theriot thing hasn't played out well at all.

Also considering I picked up Tulowitzki after you dropped him right as he got it going.

Anybody want Stephen Drew?
post #900 of 1312
Gotta change topics for a sec and mention something...I just saw a "battle of wits" on ESPN.com: Bill Simmons v. Malcolm Gladwell. I got my money on Gladwell in the 1st round. Anyway my team sucks major balls. My "staff ace" is a #3 guy on a decent squad, my "relief ace" has HR-itis, and I have like a 6.00 ERA average on the season. So painful!
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