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Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby Garvey6 » Sun Aug 04, 2013 1:18 pm

Jonathan Singleton, Joc Pederson or Zach Lee. I have to move one to my bench today. Thank you.
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Re: Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby Garvey6 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:54 am

Apparently no one in here knows s*** about minor leaguers.

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Re: Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby MadDog36 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 1:53 pm

If Zach Lee does get called up (which I doubt) he might get a few relief appearances he's worth keeping stashed. We all know how loaded their rotation and OF rotation is despite having Crawford with some issues and Kemp on temporary DL. There was no indication of who they were going to bring up to replace Kemp on the DL (haven't heard) - but he will still have a hard time making it this soon IMO. He's still a bit young and I don't think the Dodgers should rush him along. As you know Singleton has only had about a month's worth of ABs this year after serving his 50 game suspension and has looked a little bit inconsistent at times. He's like his teammate Chris Carter (a good comparison for him). Best thing I can probably tell you is he'll probably need some more seasoning on the farm to get him caught back up. I would probably chance on Pederson for now just in case....seeing as how Kemp has been hurt a lot and you have Crawford to his left and what not plus Ethier who might be a waiver claim trade candidate.

Hope this helps...also try being nicer and patient and you'll get the help you need.
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Re: Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby ayebatter » Mon Aug 05, 2013 6:45 pm

MadDog36 wrote: I would probably chance on Pederson for now

Hope this helps...also try being nicer and patient and you'll get the help you need.


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Re: Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby trumptight » Mon Aug 05, 2013 7:26 pm

[quote="Garvey6"]Apparently no one in here knows s*** about minor leaguers.

if you know so much about minor leaguers, why are you asking this question? you should know.

i have the same question as you, but im more interested in who might get some starts. most minor leaguers my radar(sorry i cant scour300 minor league team rosters) have already been called up, wheeler, cosart, gibson. de la rosa isnt anywhere close apparently. do you (thread starter) have any suggestions?
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Re: Most likely call up in September? WHIR.

Postby daullaz » Mon Aug 05, 2013 11:46 pm

We answered this question in this week's Cafe Pod:

http://www.fantasybaseballcafe.com/2013 ... epod19.php
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