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Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2014 11:12 am
by ayebatter
Sunday, May 18th

AL


Oakland Athletics at Cleveland Indians
(R) Jesse Chavez (3-1) vs. (R) Justin Masterson (2-2)

Baltimore Orioles at Kansas City Royals
(R) Ubaldo Jimenez (2-4) vs. (R) James Shields (5-3)

Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros
(L) John Danks (3-3) vs. (R) Brad Peacock (0-4)

Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins
(R) Felix Hernandez (4-1) vs. (R) Ricky Nolasco (2-3)

Toronto Blue Jays at Texas Rangers
(R) R.A. Dickey (4-3) vs. (R) Nick Martinez (0-1)

Tampa Bay Rays at LA Angels of Anaheim
(L) David Price (4-3) vs. (R) Matt Shoemaker (1-1)

Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox
(R) Anibal Sanchez (0-2) vs. (R) Jake Peavy (1-1)

IL

Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Yankees
(R) Charlie Morton (0-5) vs. (R) Hiroki Kuroda (2-3)

Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Yankees
(R) Gerrit Cole (3-3) vs. (L) Vidal Nuno (1-1)

NL


Cincinnati Reds at Philadelphia Phillies
(L) Tony Cingrani (2-2) vs. (L) Cliff Lee (3-4)

New York Mets at Washington Nationals
(R) Zack Wheeler (1-3) vs. (R) Jordan Zimmermann (2-1)

Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals
(R) Gavin Floyd (0-1) vs. (L) Jaime Garcia (0-0)

Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs
(R) Marco Estrada (3-1) vs. (L) Travis Wood (3-4)

Miami Marlins at San Francisco Giants
(R) Jacob Turner (0-1) vs. (R) Ryan Vogelsong (1-2)

Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks
(R) Dan Haren (5-1) vs. (R) Josh Collmenter (1-2)

San Diego Padres at Colorado Rockies
(R) Donn Roach (1-0) vs. (R) Juan Nicasio (4-2)

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2014 12:35 pm
by bigh0rt
Neck and neck, and I need to pick 2 of Garcia, Vogelsong, and Cole. I know whoever I sit will throw a CGSO. Looking for QS and W. Going with Garcia and Vogelsong, and sitting Cole, despite thinking he should be able to beat Nuno and the Yankees. He's been HR happy and I don't trust him in the clown ballpark. I'm sure he'll throw a no hitter from my bench.

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2014 5:52 pm
by CBMGreatOne
Chris Owings is red hot right now. I think he's a potential top 10 SS going forward. Also, I could see Wong putting together a nice season now that he's back, especially if he keeps hitting second.

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 2:06 am
by GiantsFan14
Braun or Ellsbury rest of season?

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 7:19 am
by bigh0rt
GiantsFan14 wrote:Braun or Ellsbury rest of season?

I like Braun.

Would've won my week had I started Cole instead of Garcia yesterday. !+)

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 9:25 am
by wrveres
GiantsFan14 wrote:Braun or Ellsbury rest of season?

Braun.

Pick one.

Duffy
Robbie Ray
Wheeler

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 9:59 am
by wrveres
undergoing a nerve-root injection for a herniated disc in his neck

thats got to hurt

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Mon May 19, 2014 10:09 am
by bigh0rt
wrveres wrote:
GiantsFan14 wrote:Braun or Ellsbury rest of season?

Braun.

Pick one.

Duffy
Robbie Ray
Wheeler

Yikes. It depends if Ray's destined to start or be in the bullpen (or spend the year in the minors). He's scheduled to start this Thursday, but threw 2/3 IP of relief just yesterday. Duffy could be figuring it out, but again, up until two weeks ago, was pitching in relief. Wheeler has been bad, but his peripherals suggest some poor luck as well. Poor luck is perpetuated by a 4+ BB/9, so he isn't exactly helping himself. Still, with that home park, and no real powerhouse offenses in the division, I'd probably go Wheeler, but wouldn't be shocked to see him be the worst of the 3 either, if the other two start for the remainder of the season.

Re: CHEERING & VENTING 5/12 - 5/18

PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2014 12:57 pm
by wrveres
bigh0rt wrote:
wrveres wrote:
GiantsFan14 wrote:Braun or Ellsbury rest of season?

Braun.

Pick one.

Duffy
Robbie Ray
Wheeler

Yikes. It depends if Ray's destined to start or be in the bullpen (or spend the year in the minors). He's scheduled to start this Thursday, but threw 2/3 IP of relief just yesterday. Duffy could be figuring it out, but again, up until two weeks ago, was pitching in relief. Wheeler has been bad, but his peripherals suggest some poor luck as well. Poor luck is perpetuated by a 4+ BB/9, so he isn't exactly helping himself. Still, with that home park, and no real powerhouse offenses in the division, I'd probably go Wheeler, but wouldn't be shocked to see him be the worst of the 3 either, if the other two start for the remainder of the season.
gotta hang on to Wheeler for now cus of the k's, but hes got approx 3 starts to figure it out.