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people should be chasing skills - Albuquerque and Villarreal - before they go after Coke.
Ender wrote:people should be chasing skills - Albuquerque and Villarreal - before they go after Coke.
I don't like RP that can hurt my ratios and that is what Albuquerque is. I don't mind Villarreal but I don't think he gets saves. There are no good choices in that bullpen imo but I get why someone would go after Coke because while they are in a committee he almost definitely will get a few saves and then you can dump him once someone wins the job. Good little filler guy in a deeper league.
Carlos Marmol surrendered three runs in two-thirds of an inning and took a loss Saturday against the Astros.
Marmol ended up allowing 13 runs -- eight earned -- in 10 1/3 innings this spring. He walked nine and struck out five. The Cubs would certainly prefer to keep Marmol in the closer's role and let him build up a little trade value early in the year. However, if he keeps struggling, they'll have no choice but to go to Kyuji Fujikawa. We view Fujikawa as the superior fantasy option.
West wrote: Yes, he finished a couple games in the postseason. How many saves did he have? Zip.
daullaz wrote:Coke finished six of the Tigers' eight playoff games in the ALCS and WS, picking up two saves in the ALCS.
BronXBombers51 wrote:Just noticed Fujikawa notched the save in .1 innings. Don't know the circumstances surrounding it.
bigh0rt wrote:BronXBombers51 wrote:Just noticed Fujikawa notched the save in .1 innings. Don't know the circumstances surrounding it.
Marmol in to start the 9th, sucked. Russel relieved him for the 26th out. Fujikawa came in and threw 2 pitches for the final out of the game.
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