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avatarMvand  7/23/2014 8:24 AM

I'm still clawing back from a terrible first half in HR and RBIs and I think I'm still one slugger away from being able to move up the ranks.


10 Teams | 14 Hitters Per Team [5 Active = HR RBI SB R BA] | 12 Pitchers Per Team [5 Active = SV ERA WHIP SO QS]

171.12Jones, Adam BALOF61 2463372419410.2951141.352.24-
2110.92Altuve, Jose HOU2B587/23/2014 6:09 AM Jose Altuve went 3-for-6 with a run scored and was caught stealing for just the fourth time this season in Tuesday's win over the A's.

7/22/2014 6:01 PM Astros 2B Jose Altuve enters Tuesday night's game with 135 hits through 99 team games, putting him on pace for 220 hits this season.23729762912210.320121-1.760.353.130.312.54
2120.88Martinez, Victor DET1B56 20830664120170.316810.532.20-0.880.562.01
2150.81Braun, Ryan MILOF547/22/2014 11:55 PM Ryan Braun went 2-for-4 with a solo-home run in the 4-3 victory over the Reds Tuesday.21132633319440.298960.870.960.230.921.08
3270.41Rendon, Anthony WAS2B/3B58 23233652820400.282850.400.320.071.030.23
4340.28Werth, Jayson WASOF56 20529583026420.282840.460.61-0.220.350.20
5410.13Adams, Matt STL1B50 1962359327430.299810.300.88-0.76-0.811.05
660-0.04Zimmerman, RyanWAS3B/OF587/22/2014 11:31 PM Ryan Zimmerman left Tuesday's game with a right hamstring strain.

7/22/2014 10:25 PM Ryan Zimmerman left Tuesday's game after trying to beat out a ground ball in the sixth inning. It's unclear how long he'll be sidelined due to the injury. 19626553021360.279710.200.55-0.81-0.170.05
765-0.06Lucroy, Jonathan MILC/1B527/23/2014 12:07 AM Jonathan Lucroy belted two solo-home runs, including the walk-off winner in Tuesday's 4-3 victory over Reds.18725552819240.29762-0.300.21-0.60-0.510.88
877-0.15Gordon, Alex KCOF60 21426572820440.267740.110.23-0.17-0.27-0.63
14131-0.64Peralta, Jhonny STLSS53 19122492517390.25961-0.09-0.24-0.85-1.10-0.93
21204-1.20Segura, Jean MILSS56 1821644158240.244310-1.34-1.770.90-2.20-1.58
  2.47Avg Stats/Total Values   672 2,5053247203591974130.28783600.756.53-0.16-0.735.95
  3.15Avg Stats/Total Values (active)   561 2,1182766163041593380.29169580.646.221.500.546.83
141.18Sale, Chris CHWSP12 81.0652725168582.7901.008-0.551.412.311.780.94
151.11Price, David TBSP12 87.9793028149092.8501.069-0.551.331.772.011.00
2150.57Chapman, Aroldis CINRP27 26.61566114621.93160.9902.601.290.80-0.32-1.53
4310.23Ryu, Hyun-Jin LADSP11 68.2702422145952.9301.238-0.550.84-0.380.370.85
4330.17Melancon, Mark PITRP27 26.4227642512.19130.9701.911.030.88-1.42-1.53
4340.16Kennedy, Ian SDSP12 75.8732927247673.2001.288-0.550.20-
5440.00Benoit, Joaquin SDRP25 24.2168772822.62100.9501.390.570.86-1.27-1.53
652-0.05McGee, Jake TBRP25 22.8166662812.2170.9600.900.870.77-1.28-1.53
658-0.13Stroman, Marcus TORSP11 65.3622725195763.4501.247-0.55-0.42-0.470.250.52
989-0.32Casilla, Santiago SFRP26 25.91910992013.1081.0700.980.160.48-1.69-1.53
11110-0.45Wacha, MichaelSTLSP/RP5 27.924111082523.1601.163-0.550.120.15-1.40-0.57
26257-0.84Bradley, Archie ARISP7 38.7361917203543.9601.444-0.55-0.96-1.47-0.87-0.37
27266-0.86Volquez, Edinson PITSP10 57.1562926213964.1501.355-0.55-1.80-1.35-0.660.04
  0.76Avg Stats/Total Values   210 627.7552233214173612553.07541.16533.414.633.28-3.23-4.30
  1.69Avg Stats/Total Values (active)   171 398.7329140129106413342.91541.09285.595.275.93-2.81-5.54

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avatarkslight  7/23/2014 8:53 AM

Can you handle the loss of K and QS? It already looks like you're lacking in those cats with Sale. Can you replace some RP with SP to make up for that loss?

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avatarMvand  7/23/2014 9:18 AM

Yes.  I have an open trade offer to get Bailey for Melancon. The waiver wire is good but not great, with guys like Lincecum, McHugh, Vargas, Morton, and Vargas leading the pack.

Right now, by category, these are my positions (out of 12):

  • R - 8
  • HR - 1
  • RBI - 1
  • SB - 10
  • AVG - 10 
  • SV -11
  • K - 9
  • ERA - 9
  • WHIP - 10
  • QS - 6

I'm currently in with 75 points, but the 1st place guy is way ahead at 104.5. The only way to catch him is to get HR/RBI, I would think.

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avatarkslight  7/23/2014 9:22 AM

Seems reasonable then, and you'll just have to take a chance with SP the rest of the way. Those waiver options don't look too bad so hopefully you can hold your ERA/WHIP and even gain a little in K and QS with some luck. The odds looks slim but much better than sitting there.

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