EWeaver wrote:Boys, boys...you work for CBS?
I didn't interpret their statement as he's the #1 SS.
I did interpret their statement as: On the basis of three games, we've gone from from "keep an eye on him" and "expect some bumps along the way" (and apparently a lot of bumps, given the amount that phrase was used), to: "consider him a #1 SS immediately because he's four of 10 over the last three games." Three games!
God, they must have loved Chris Shelton in early 2006.
I hear what your saying, don't know what the previous 2 posters were tying to get at, aside from the fact that they completely overlooked the fact that you said
Of course, five days ago, the bottom line from them on Escobar was: "He's worth keeping an eye on in mixed formats..."
... I definitely see what your saying they were doubting him until he swung a decent stick for 3 games then they are alllllllllll abord the train. CBS is junk for fantasy advice in 95% of cases anyways.