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  1. Soto has been the best pitcher on the team (which we all know isn't saying very much) but it's not really even close. He was working a third straight day today. It happens. Doesn't mean he can't lose the job if his performance declines. Obviously too many walks are a thing that could do him in eventually, but so far, the tigers have no reason to consider a move. Statcast Expected wOBA, xBA, xSLG | baseballsavant.com (mlb.com)
  2. Staumont or Graveman. Either looks to serve you better than Hicks given your league settings. Hicks is neither the best saves option nor the best holds option on his own team. Does your league have an innings cap for the season? And how many SP/RP/P slots are there to start guys daily? If there is a yearly cap (in my yahoo roto the cap is 1224 innings) and you have the slots to start 4 relief pitchers daily, I would find a way to get both Graveman and Staumont, preferably by dropping a starter. I like Romano too but worry about how his recent injury will affect his ROS.
  3. Who was warming to close for the Dbacks before they tacked on these extra runs?
  4. Last minute removal from yesterday's lineup, and not in today's lineup. Can't find one KC beat person reporting on why. Anybody heard or read anything?
  5. Out again. No details again. For all we know they don't intend to start him at all ROS and they just don't care to say so. Couldn't have happened at worse time
  6. Anyone who was watching. Why was he out of tonight's game early? The lopsided score, or injury?
  7. Santana gets pulled from Rangers game due to hammy at 9:45 EST. Nick Solak pulled from AAA game at 10:30 in 6th inning. hmmmmmm
  8. Adalberto Mondesi (shoulder) took about 40 swings off the tee from each side on Tuesday and also fielded grounders and did some light throwing. It's another step in the right direction for Mondesi, who has been sidelined since July 17 due to a left shoulder subluxation. The 24-year-old switch-hitting speedster owns a .266/.294/.433 slash line with 48 runs scored, seven home runs, 52 RBI and a major league-leading 31 stolen bases in 82 games. He's on track to return to the Royals' lineup sometime in early-to-mid August. ----------------------------------------------------------
  9. NEVER EVER trust ROTOWORLD's careless blurb writers. There is absolutely ZERO credible info out there suggesting he will be back in early to mid-August. They wrote that garbage literally the day after the manager was quoted that it will be a "while" and only indicated that he'd "want him back before the year's out" Who gives these fools the liberties to just report their uninformed guesses as fact?
  10. Taken out of yesterday's game late due to "calf stiffness". Hope this is nothing.
  11. Not only that, but he went with two totally untested guys in the 8th even though Martin was more rested than LeClerc
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