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Re: Things you can not explain to yourself

Postby wrveres » Wed May 25, 2011 3:57 am

snowflakes. there had to be two of them a like at one point. there is just way too many snowflakes for it not to happen.
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Re: Things you can not explain to yourself

Postby wrveres » Wed May 25, 2011 4:00 am

why is leather so expensive? its a friggin cow. there is no shortage of cows.
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Re: Things you can not explain to yourself

Postby mkultra » Wed May 25, 2011 10:49 am

Team B doesn't have quite the upside your squad does, but they've got steady production and several players are breaking out beyond expected value (pretty much his entire outfield). Look at this team, which is completely DOMINATING my 14-team dynasty roto league:

C Napoli, Mike
1B Lee, Carlos
2B Phillips, Brandon
3B McGehee, Casey
SS Rollins, Jimmy
MI Drew, Stephen
CI Reynolds, Mark
OF Bernadina, Roger
OF Choo, Shin-Soo
OF Granderson, Curtis
OF Quentin, Carlos
U Ortiz, David
Minors (2B) Segura, Jean
Minors (2B) Young, Eric
SP Arrieta, Jake
SP Danks, John
SP Halladay, Roy
SP Kennedy, Ian
SP Marcum, Shaun
RP Gregg, Kevin
RP Guerrier, Matt
RP Papelbon, Jonathan
RP Salas, Fernando
Bench (SP) Padilla, Vicente
Bench (SP) Sabathia, CC
Injured (SP) Wainwright, Adam
Injured (RP) Aardsma, David

There have been a couple add/drops and a trade along the way, but that squad is not far from what it was at the start of the season. Sure, he's benefitted from some surprises like Granderson and Marcum, but what's more important, IMO, is that his guys by-and-large haven't been going out and blowing up (Reynolds excepted). It'll be interesting to see if he can keep up this pace as the weather warms and the traditional slow starters pick it up, but consistency counts for a lot.
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