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LloydChristmas wrote: facing a rather poor hitting Nationals team.
LloydChristmas wrote:Wandy Rodriguez at 10 (out of 30) AT Minnesota. Perhaps the poorest kept secret in all of fantasy baseball is how bad he's been away this year and how good he's been at home. His ERA has also skyrocketed to over 7 in June. The Twins are a fairly good hitting team also (22 out of 30 in the most recent Cafe rankings by Jake Sheets for good pitcher matchups).
bigwords wrote:LloydChristmas wrote: facing a rather poor hitting Nationals team.
Check your facts. The Nations actually are average this year, ranking #15 in OPS.
wildbill wrote:...only Matt Berry is close to as bad as AJ...
Inukchuk wrote:wildbill wrote:...only Matt Berry is close to as bad as AJ...
I think he's even worse as a football analyst. He's the biggest Redskins homer I've ever seen, putting Portis as his #6 overall RB...
What do you think about a B.J. Upton for Billingsley deal? should I be asking for more for Upton? Thanks
AJ Mass (11:31 AM)
Again, this comes down to every team's situation being unique. Yes, I just wrote an article where I state that SPs have far less value than hitters. However, if you can gain 20 points in your pitching standings by gaining Billingsley and lose only a handful without BJ Upton's numbers, you'd be foolish not to do it. I'd trade Roy Halladay for Willy Taveras if all I needed to win my title was a few extra steals...
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