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    Is that big baby Stanton going to play again this season?
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    Edwin Encarnacion broken wrist. This late in the season, who knows if we'll see him again this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Edwin Encarnacion broken wrist. This late in the season, who knows if we'll see him again this year.
    I guess 6+ weeks would basically end his season. I traded him in my AL league a couple weeks ago but still own him in a shallow mixed. I have Kluber/Pineda on the DL so in theory I could stash Edwin but not sure there's much of a point if I can get an upgrade. The owner of Pham/KDavis is selling.

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    IF Severino 1 Fedorowicz 1 Lowe 5 Odor 16 Lemahieu 11 Bichette 6 Biggio 2 RNunez 3 NLowe 5
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    German 2 Chirinos 1 Pineda 10 Keller 1* Porcello 16 Brooks 5R Barria 5R Rogers 1 Bedrosian 2
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    I'm about ready to drop Tanaka. He is crashing and burning.

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    24 ER in 18.6 IP is a little disquieting.

    I still think he might be ok overall - but this is your "ace?"

    that's the scary part
    36th yr in same 12-team NL 5x5
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    RP Stanek 8, Strickland 1
    C Realmuto 13, C Posey 12, 1B Votto 27, 3B TFrazier 2, 13 Belt 10, 2B KMarte LD, SS DeJong LD, 2S BCrawford 9
    OF Harper LD, Eaton LD, CDickerson 17, Dyson 8, Cooper, UT Beaty
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judge Jude View Post
    24 ER in 18.6 IP is a little disquieting.

    I still think he might be ok overall - but this is your "ace?"

    that's the scary part
    Thankfully, not my ace. I traded for Cole and Ray at the deadline.

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    Now it looks like they may lose Gleyber for a while. It is shocking how this team keeps chugging along despite an immense number of injuries to key players and pedestrian, inconsistent starting pitching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Fly View Post
    Now it looks like they may lose Gleyber for a while. It is shocking how this team keeps chugging along despite an immense number of injuries to key players and pedestrian, inconsistent starting pitching.
    yes, very impressive. With their starting pitching they might make it out of the 1st round, but I do not see how they could make it to the WS.

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    The Yankees "were" my pick to win it all before all of the injuries. Now, The Astros look like the team to beat after adding Greinke and Sanchez to an already formidable rotation and adding Alvarez to an already stacked lineup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleo View Post
    yes, very impressive. With their starting pitching they might make it out of the 1st round, but I do not see how they could make it to the WS.
    If they can get Severino and Betances back, I think they could still win it all. Starters would only have to go four innings. Maybe use an opener, then 3 or 4 for the "primary pitcher", then the rest of the pen.

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