Bret takes a look through this past week’s streamer picks and looks at where he went right (and wrong).
With an exciting conclusion.
En Episode Nueve:
Jason intenta un acercamiento con David frente a la tumba de Gabriela, pero este lo rechaza, le confiesa que prefiere odiar a su madre para que no le duela su ausencia.
Mike fracasa en su intento de cobrar la herencia, ya que el abogado de Goldstein le informa que la fortuna ha sido repartida en obras de caridad, trata de convencer a Ricardo para entablar una demanda, pero este se niega.
It’s Hit List, Hit List, Gotta Get Down On Hit List, Everybody’s Looking Forward To The Hit List
How did the first two rounds of the draft play out for Nick’s shadow team?
With the Royals struggling to score, Ned Yost looks to the stats for assistance.
Baseball Prospectus stadium tour comes to Atlanta
Will the new CBA’s draft system kill the AL’s edge?
Yesterday, Ron Washington’s decision not to bring in his closer could have cost Texas the game. Tonight, Cliff Lee will try to stymie Ryan Braun’s potent bat.
Johnny Cueto’s injury has more than one fantasy team smarting.
Cole Hamels snapped a six-start losing streak, and he stays in the auto-start ranks as Paul looks ahead to next week.
Bret looks at the quintet of hurlers that has met the strikeout, walk, and ground-ball benchmarks that generally ensure a pitcher’s success.
Ben and Sam discuss the mystery of mock drafts, how Joey Votto might age, the kinds of information scouts can trust, and the Royals’ lineup evolution.
Reggie Willits, J.B. Shuck, and how lightning might be striking again in Anaheim.
Scouting Lancaster, a relative gem in an aesthetically challenging league.