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  1. 12-Team Head-to-Head Dynasty League Give: George Springer Get: Ozzie Albies & Xander Bogaerts should i accept this deal? WHIR - post links
  2. Crazy how little we have talked about this guy; ERA in the low 3s, good WHIP, close to a K per 9. Not a stud but someone I'm happy to start in just about every matchup
  3. Looked pretty good honestly and happy to have him back
  4. Looking at his minor league numbers, doesn't really look like he had control issues at any level. And watching this game, most of his misses were very close, wasn't wild. Dude looks very good and if he wasn't in Coors, he would be a must buy.
  5. Happy to have him back but still might be on my bench this week @Tor; might be on a pitch count & might just want to see one start first
  6. I'm still some what believing in him, pretty good two start week (CWS & @Sea); if a turn around is coming, this could be the week.
  7. Anyone trusting him with two home starts (Cin & CWS)? Not the toughest matchups but it is still Coors
  8. Been hanging onto him his entire DL stint, so I'm pretty excited to have him back. Not going to get my hopes but the up-side is there
  9. With Bud Norris sidelined with a back strain, De Leon could be an option to start for the Dodgers on Saturday, David Vassegn of Dodger Talk reports. Spin: After a poor start on July 25 for Triple-A Oklahoma City, De Leon bounced back nicely against Triple-A Colorado Springs, pitching seven innings while only giving up three runs. On the season, De Leon owns a 3.83 ERA and 1.14 WHIP with 66 strikeouts in 51.2 innings. De Leon, who was a breakout prospect in 2014, is the Dodgers top pitching prospect behind Julio Urias and has the upside to become a top-of-the-rotation starter.
  10. Solid start today in Colorado. But only 1 K; back to back starts with only a single strikeout
  11. Rough start for sure, just rough but I still think he will be up before September.
  12. But Archer is probably better now for their title guy; either way I just want De Leon in the majors because he proven just about everything he can in the minors
  13. Sure does look like it. Hoping for a call up or even a trade to a team who will call him up
  14. Not worried in the least about Giolito longterm, still no other pitching prospect I would rather have. For this year, yes I don't think he will do much of anything which is a little unfortunate but he's a longterm stud.
  15. Even if Strasburg is hurt, don't see Giolito getting the call. Haven't been great so I don't see them rushing him
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