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Postby krazyjoe8 » Sun Sep 17, 2006 8:18 pm

Prolly on Waivers in most leagues.

LAST MONTH:

- Chuck James - Atlanta - SP -

40 Innings Pitched, 5 wins, 30 K's, 1.57 ERA, 1.07 WHIP
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- Rich Hill - Chicago Cubs - SP -
43 Innings Pitched, 3 wins, 41 Ks, 1.26 ERA, 0.81 WHIP

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sorry if theres already topics about these fantasy breakouts but i didnt see any on the main page.
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Postby dbacks4life » Mon Sep 18, 2006 12:16 am

They both have upped their stock for 2007 drafts.
Tonights review is almost ready to go. Check it out when you get the chance.

http://www.theOBPmachine.wordpress.com/
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Postby NatsFan10 » Wed Sep 20, 2006 7:56 am

James got rocked last night.
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Postby Doughhead » Wed Sep 20, 2006 1:42 pm

NatsFan10 wrote:James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado. :-? (Yep, I'm an idiot)
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Postby fbc_fan » Wed Sep 20, 2006 2:20 pm

Doughhead wrote:
NatsFan10 wrote:James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado. :-? (Yep, I'm an idiot)


hahaha, i did the exact same thing. fortunately he is much better on the road than he is at home, and colorado is playing like a pitchers park thanks to those humidors. here's to a good start next time out. ;-D
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Postby BitterDodgerFan » Wed Sep 20, 2006 8:30 pm

fbc_fan wrote:
Doughhead wrote:
NatsFan10 wrote:James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado. :-? (Yep, I'm an idiot)


hahaha, i did the exact same thing. fortunately he is much better on the road than he is at home, and colorado is playing like a pitchers park thanks to those humidors. here's to a good start next time out. ;-D


did you not hear? the humidor is out of order at the moment...32 runs scored by COL in last 2 games. :-o :-o
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Postby fbc_fan » Wed Sep 20, 2006 8:42 pm

BitterDodgerFan wrote:
fbc_fan wrote:
Doughhead wrote:
NatsFan10 wrote:James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado. :-? (Yep, I'm an idiot)


hahaha, i did the exact same thing. fortunately he is much better on the road than he is at home, and colorado is playing like a pitchers park thanks to those humidors. here's to a good start next time out. ;-D


did you not hear? the humidor is out of order at the moment...32 runs scored by COL in last 2 games. :-o :-o


yeah, that is suprising, but 28 or so of those runs were in that one game where the giants got served up royally. i wonder if they'll continue to use the humidors next year. if so, i may have to delve into the fantasy no-no of drafting some colorado pitchers.
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Postby vladrules » Thu Sep 21, 2006 3:55 am

NatsFan10 wrote:
James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado.


That always seems to happen to me and probably everyone else. It's so freaking annoying. I imagine the same time occurred for those spot starting Loaiza @ TB. I was going to as well but I figure from now on, home starts are always better.

So............I'm very scared of starting RHill @ CIN. Yes, he shut them out in his last start vs CIN but usually the hitters will get acclimated to a pitcher. I'm thinking of dropping him or not starting him. Anyone else think he can keep this up @ CIN? If not then bypass GAB and get him for his last start vs MIL.
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Postby Doughhead » Thu Sep 21, 2006 2:37 pm

vladrules wrote:
NatsFan10 wrote:
James got rocked last night.


Right after I picked him up, of course. I also get him for his next start--on the road in Colorado.


That always seems to happen to me and probably everyone else. It's so freaking annoying. I imagine the same time occurred for those spot starting Loaiza @ TB. I was going to as well but I figure from now on, home starts are always better.

So............I'm very scared of starting RHill @ CIN. Yes, he shut them out in his last start vs CIN but usually the hitters will get acclimated to a pitcher. I'm thinking of dropping him or not starting him. Anyone else think he can keep this up @ CIN? If not then bypass GAB and get him for his last start vs MIL.


I would go ahead and start him. Have you seen the guys in Cincy's lineup? Denorfia? Olmedo? Hopper? Royce Clayton? It's pretty pathetic. Unfortunately, the Cubs may be worse, so run support could be an issue.
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