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Re: Randy Johnson in his prime..fantasy pitching god?

Postby AllDay » Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:05 am

Crippler wrote:Does this thread make some of you feel old? :-S


No.....it makes me realize I'm probably just playing against kids most of the time.

If you didn't experience Randy in his peak you are forever a rookie to me.
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Re: Randy Johnson in his prime..fantasy pitching god?

Postby Grounded Polo » Mon Apr 14, 2008 3:44 pm

Crippler wrote:Does this thread make some of you feel old? :-S


Not when you were using these guys when you were in your early teens. :-b
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Re: Randy Johnson in his prime..fantasy pitching god?

Postby Simulacrum » Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:34 pm

If, by any chance, Randy Johnson is sitting on your waiver wire, you need to pick him up now. He probably won't give you more than 15 starts, but they will all be good starts- lots of K's, low WHIP, great chance for wins.

I'm just putting that out there now, before his first game back tonight. The guy is tough as nails and wouldn't be coming back if he wasn't sure he could still dominate.
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Re: Randy Johnson in his prime..fantasy pitching god?

Postby MasterX1918 » Mon Apr 14, 2008 4:43 pm

Simulacrum wrote:If, by any chance, Randy Johnson is sitting on your waiver wire, you need to pick him up now. He probably won't give you more than 15 starts, but they will all be good starts- lots of K's, low WHIP, great chance for wins.

I'm just putting that out there now, before his first game back tonight. The guy is tough as nails and wouldn't be coming back if he wasn't sure he could still dominate.

i'm waiting to see how he does since I don't really have anybody to drop for him. Mark Buehrle is dropable but i'll see.
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