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I have Miley on my roster and he has good awful stats, walking more guys than he's striking out.
Do you think any of Happ, Masterson, Elias, Lobstein, May or House can be any better? K/9 is also a category. Thanks!
Thanks for the timely article, was hesitating on keeping Cashner in my soon-to-be dynasty league, you helped make the decision easier.
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Oakland's and Cleveland's offense produced about the same last year.
No reason Cleveland's offense is going to be worse this season: Bouncebacks from Kipnis, Bourn and Moss should make up for regression candidates like Brantley and Chisenhall.
Wait, aren't both Peralta and Inciarte on the bench at this point? Tomas, Pollock and Trumbo are all going to get the bulk of the playing time.
The first gif with the Rockies trying to run him down is hilarious! Sure let's have Rosario in his gear try to run him down. The Rockies clearly have no idea how to tag a runner out in a run down. They're throwing the ball over way too early and then Rosario tries to make the play, very dumb.
"(The A's) failing for no other reason than six inches of Josh Donaldson's positioning and tremendously poor injury luck".
The game should have been won earlier on. Bob Melvin has to be designated as the main culprit for this loss. I still can't believe one of the smartest teams in baseball would let their starter put on three base runners in the 8th inning, it's just absurd!
Having read "Ball Four" by Jim Bouton, it seems like releasing the salaries to the public is a good way of ensuring that players don't get ripped off by the owners. I think it's the other way around, why aren't salaries open to the public in other areas of business?
If you look at the best frames, most of the catchers bring the ball back into the zone just the wee bit that is needed to get the strike. Look at the direction the glove is going towards right before the pitch is received. This has to be done subtly or else the ump will notice. That's the whole art of framing. Positioning of the catcher prior to the pitch helps as well...