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While The Harlem Hangovers hit a rough patch last week, dropping down to as far as fourth place, the team has since bounced back into fine form. While he may not have a ton of pop (10 HR in 464 2009 AA & AAA PA) Smoak does possess the sort of advanced plate discipline that should keep him out of severe slumps and keep him in the Texas lineup for a long time to come. While he’s swinging more at pitches outside the zone, he’s also making more contact, with an increase in his O-Contact (percentage of contact made on pitches outside the K zone) from 52% to 59.5% between 2009 and 2010.
(How’s he do that?!). In fact Chase is what fielders do a lot of when he’s up at bat, as he’s been hitting liners at a 26.2% clip.
Jaime Garcia continues to throw Quality Starts as he dances between raindrops. That makes a total of 105, up 6 on the next best team, The Hillsboro 5 Tooler’. Headley already has 8, including 3 in a game last week, against the SF battery of Dirty Sanchez and Eli Whiteside. Pack #YoMeQuedoEnCasa -0%. Reemerging with an effective cut-fastball as a third pitch and a tad more zip appearing on the fastball, Niese has stepped up, as an effective back-end starter for the Mets this season. Got the QS there, but no W. Encouraging nonetheless, as Hamels made his best start of the young season.
By adding tag words that describe for Games&Apps, you're helping to make these Games and Apps be more discoverable by other APKPure users. Doug Fister could be soon known for something other than his awesomely pornotastic surname. With the best D in baseball grabbing everything behind him, Fister looks like a solid streaming option for deep leagues this week. What can we attribute his recent success to? Lets all us Nelson Cruz owners hold hands and give a silent prayer to the baseball god of hamstrings, in hopes that Senior Boomstick is back soon. Since picking him up last Sunday, he’s hit 10/22 with a 5 runs, 2 jacks and 6 RBI while posting a .519 OBP.
Alas, Wainwright held the line, kept The woeful Mets bats at three runs and managed to go the entire game for the victory!
Disgusted with yet another bad start, I ditched Mad Max in a fit of rage as my team began to slide in the standings. After an inauspicious beginning to my streaming ways, I think I’m off the streams for a bit.
Another, slightly more accomplished Pedro was making some news yesterday as Phillies GM, Ruben Amaro was said to have started up preliminary talks with future Hall O’ Famer, Pedro Martinez‘ agent about having him rejoin the Phils after the All-Star break. While he’ll give you nice ratios, DeJesus is basically Freddy Sanchez in the outfield, with a few more counting numbers. Injuries cut short his claim to the all-time homer crown, but in an age of ‘roided out freaks, Junior took the high road and accepted his body’s natural limitations. With The Supernatural‘s call-up looming and a possible return of Brandon Webb, it looks like The Hangovers have a lot of winning to look forward to this year. His latest debacle in Philly cost me dearly in my H2H league. In the Big Ballers League, he was gone by 12:03 AM. Don’t expect two Wins out of Myers, however.
6 for 8 since returning to the lineup, LaRoche Minor’s hot stick will provide a little corner depth. Unfortunately, let Max Scherzer go now seems like a terrible miscalculation, but I still believe I have enough good arms to win.
Posted by ThreeFingersBrown, We’re a third of the way through what has been a historically crazy season of baseball. Not bad for a replacement utility guy. Tread these waters at your own risk! and actually have one of these guys left on my roster by weeks end. Kevin Gregg’s best chance to keep his closer job involves not pitching. Nobody in the Blue Jay pen seems to want the gig, so Gregg keeps it by default. The JBA, which was launched in 2017 by Ball in close association with Big Baller Brand, touted an alternative track to the pros for prospects ranging from 16 to 21 years old. Mike Stanton will bring his minor league leading HR power to The Show this week, showing either Cody Ross or Cameron Maybin to the pine. Looks like Baby Jete’s going to get kicked to the curb, unless I can make a move….
This guy was a big deal, with 20-20 cred back in ’08 and is currently hitting in a strong lineup, that should provide plenty of opportunities for counting numbers.
What’s not to like about a guy who posted a .330/.437/.580 line in AA ball back in ’07? With the hot Youk injection and Huff’s moving to the outfield, I’ll have added flexibility which will allow me to spot start some of my more dubious players. 2 Comments | Big Ballers League, Head-To-Head, Waiver Wire | Tagged: Austin Jackson, Austin Kearns, Chris Dickerson, Corey Hart, Craig Gentry, David DeJesus, Eugenio Velez, Matt Diaz, Nate Schierholtz, Nelson Cruz | Permalink
The Chase Is On: Chase Headley And The Hangovers Lead The Pack, Streams Of Thought – Week 3 Two Start Pitchers.
Currently holding a 4-0 record with a 2.78 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and a 24/10 K/BB split, I’m expecting a blow up somewhere down the road, but he remains a solid streaming option, especially in the friendly confines of Metco Park. All Rights Reserved.
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You will be redirected. He’s currently the 16th ranked player in Yahoo, tops amongst SS. The other one. Posted by ThreeFingersBrown. With Hill possibly returning at the end of the week, there’s no way I can ditch this guy. I knew Carpenter was going to be lights out, little did I know that the $2 Chase Headley would develop into this kind of fantasy baseball stud. 19.450 Partidas jugadas, ¡juega tú ahora! But you don’t have Posey, so how’s that help you? Zack Grienke‘s luck has to improve right?
A little disappointing the way I started off the week on fire, but we got the W and that’s what counts.
Yeah it’s an ugly route to go but playing with your heart will get you last place. Padre manager, Bud Black isn’t worried, but I am. Pierzynski for Greek demigod of Walks, George Kottares. Kevin Correia isn’t right. Don’t worry, you’ve got a job. Which is nice. The Crown Royals can’t blow every game he pitches and he should continue to be in line for plenty more W’s down the road. Demel threw a clean inning, striking out Mike Cameron in the process. I might surprise myself (hey self… BOO!) Ken Griffey Jr. had a fantastic career that came to an end 23 years to the day from when the Seattle Mariners first drafted him. The biggest news to come out of the Big Ballers League is my trade of Nelson Cruz for Kevin Youkilis. Well my disembodied friend, Posey has been playing first base (and hitting the crap out of the ball) since his arrival to the Majors on Saturday. On second thought, I’m not. With a 6/20 4R/2HR/4RBI/.375 week, he finally got into the HR column. Little surprise here actually.
3 K’s against Johan will do that to you.
Not to be confused with photographer Kern, Kearns got a little pop and has been hitting well for Cleveland as of late.
Let him be on someone else’s roster when it does. Currently his BB/K rates sit at 7.9%/12.9%, in contrast to his career 9.3%/26% rates. Could go either way.
I’m thinking of taking Galarraga over Hisanori Takahashi, who’s been dreadful in his last two starts against the less than intimidating Padres and Fighting Fish.
I do however have tickets to Saturday’s game and The Mets are 24-6 in the last 30 regular season games I’ve seen live. Hey Tex, it’s June.
David DeJesus has been hitting at a decent enough clip (23/79 14R/2HR/10RBI/1SB/.291/.349) to begin 2010, but he’s also posting a career worst .46 BB/K rate and an inflated .328 BABIP (.318 career BABIP). With a lilliputian career .69 HR rate and 50% ground ball rate, the big righty impressed me enough today to make me drop Scott Downs in The Big Ballers league and grab up the Big P. Maybe it’s blind homer optimism, but I think Pelfrey has the ability to be a surprisingly productive fantasy start this season. How do I replace a guy who’s Slugging a MLB leading .778?