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    Quote Originally Posted by Bene Futuis View Post
    Yeah, you have quite a few guys for whom Clase would be a very nice upgrade. Easy claim, imo.
    Fair enough. I plan to drop Kittredge as I don't want to roster 4 closers.

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    I just traded Wright/Marsh for Bo so I can activate Moncada from the IL.

    I wanted to drop an SP but my remaining SP are: Ray Gonsolin Severino McKenzie Rasmussen Blackburn Gore Kirby Sandoval

    All have good ratios and K-rates and I figured whoever I dropped would get snapped up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgonomic View Post

    Pham is terrible.
    Thanks for heating Pham up. He's hitting .276/.369/.441 with 6HR, 31R, 22RBI, and 4SB in the 41 games since this comment.

    That's a 24 HR, 16 SB, 122 R, 87 RBI pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Thanks for heating Pham up. He's hitting .276/.369/.441 with 6HR, 31R, 22RBI, and 4SB in the 41 games since this comment.

    That's a 24 HR, 16 SB, 122 R, 87 RBI pace.
    What a bum.

    In all seriousness, I don't own any shares, but I'm glad he heated back for those of you who do.
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    Here is my staff. I need to make room for Giles. Can I drop any of these guys or should I try to trade?

    Gore Stripling Gonsolin Castillo Severino Sandoval McKenzie Ohtani Strider
    Kimbrel Jansen Houck Giles (IL)

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    I would drop either Stripling or Giles. Not the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharky View Post
    I would drop either Stripling or Giles. Not the others.
    I agree with Sharky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgonomic View Post
    What a bum.

    In all seriousness, I don't own any shares, but I'm glad he heated back for those of you who do.
    I think the takeaway is bigger than Pham. Every player goes through slumps, some more pronounced than others. But when the underlying data is telling you he's hitting the ball really well it's just not falling in, that's a buy low, it's not a drop simply because he disappointed you before.

    That will play out this way far more often than the follow your gut and buy in on hot streaks method. If you are buying mainly hot streaks, you're going to be buying high.

    Just my 2c though, I know everyone plays the game differently!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    I think the takeaway is bigger than Pham. Every player goes through slumps, some more pronounced than others. But when the underlying data is telling you he's hitting the ball really well it's just not falling in, that's a buy low, it's not a drop simply because he disappointed you before.

    That will play out this way far more often than the follow your gut and buy in on hot streaks method. If you are buying mainly hot streaks, you're going to be buying high.

    Just my 2c though, I know everyone plays the game differently!
    This is a good post.

    Now do you agree with me who agreed with Sharky on who to drop answering virgonomic's question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    This is a good post.

    Now do you agree with me who agreed with Sharky on who to drop answering virgonomic's question?
    Giles is off the IL now but his rehab outings were terrible. I'm not sure he gets the closer role. I'm holding in an AL Only league where he's a luxury to have, but overall I'm concerned if he has enough time to re-establish himself into that closer role.

    Stripling has benefitted tremendously from the reduced HR rate. That said, he's probably fine to keep around as your last starter until that turns.

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