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DK wrote:In my work league, as late as June, I was down in the dumps, in 11th place with 40-something points.
raiders_umpire wrote:great job on the comeback dk..... the next couple weeks will be a little tougher on you as u only have one man to take down, but if things go well, u might have a shot at him......if u can get your wins u need, and if he is vulnerable in a couple of places, maybe the other guys in your league can help u there by knocking him down a couple of spots.....
fyi, last year i was basically in the same boat in a league, down by about 15 points in one league with only a month to go, but i came back to win the league by passing him the next to the last day of the season...as he had become a little complacent, not checking his team regularly and i came out of nowhere and jumped all over him....when he realized i was coming after him, it was too late as i had already started eating into several key categories and making big chunks of gains....so in other words dont give up as you can catch him.......
R HR RBI SB AVG W SV K ERA WHIP TOTAL
12 12 12 11 4 10 12 12 9 12 106
7 8 8 12 9 5.5 10 8 6 11 84.5
R HR RBI SB AVG W SV K ERA WHIP
797 234 790 126 .281 75 105 1094 3.95 1.24
745 198 730 133 .288 69 83 903 4.14 1.25
Pokey Reese MVP wrote:Obviously spot start like crazy, which shouldn't be too hard. Just pick up any Boston/Houston/St Louis starters, if there are any left.
Look for teams who are facing horrible clubs, with an ace pitching, for example Arizona, when Johnson or Webb are pitching. You have a pretty good shot at the opposing mid reliever picking up a victory. Also when there are two very dominate pitchers against each other. Like Pedro and Hudson tonight, usually its a one run game where relief has a chance to pick up a victory. Except never pitch someone agasin't the red sox unless his name is Santana. They lead the league in opp. pithers ERA, somewhere around 6.7 ERA. Also if a team is facing an awful bullpen, you have a chance for a win. Of course you knew all this and are looking for names...
Julian Tavarez (Stl)
Carrara (LA) Those beltre homers tend to erase leads quickly
But its probably best to spot start your mid relief as well, as long as you want the long time consuming reserach for it. Good luck
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