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  1. Morton always threw hard and gained velocity after he got away from some of the major injuries early in his career. Miley simply doesn't have that kind of stuff.
  2. I should have explained that this is a 15-team league. The starters available on the wire are awful. A mid-rotation arm has value. I'm in fourth place, which is the last spot in the money, but I'm only seven points out of first, so I am willing to sell off potential help for the future to get some help now. Teheran's current ERA is more than a run lower than my team's current mark, 4.23. He actually gave me a choice of Wade Miley or Teheran, but I thought the latter was better.
  3. I don't think so. Neither guy impresses me much. If I had to pick one, I'd go with Hudson, but I think you're better off looking elsewhere. Help with mine?
  4. I have Keller. I would be trading him for Teheran. I would probably keep Keller, but I have solid options without him. I'm assuming you aren't in favor of dealing for Teheran based on your post. I already replied on your thread.
  5. I would also go with Cole. He could still be effective five years from now and he is clearly the better pitcher in 2019. Help with mine?
  6. I came looking for this thread wondering the same thing. I've got an offer to trade for him. I'm guessing we will see some regression based on his high FIP and his history, but he could still be useful the rest of the way.
  7. He is a prospect in his second start. It's a bit early to label the guy a bum. It does seem as if he isn't really ready. My guess is he goes right back down tomorrow. I have him in my money league, but that one has minor-league spots. I didn't activate him due to the matchup. I'm glad I made the right call.
  8. If he had a middle infielder to drop, he wouldn't be asking about those two players. I'd rather have Olsen unless you need the 3B eligibility from Sano. Neither has been very good.
  9. If you need the offense, go with the Altuve side. Ramirez seems to be completely lost. He's just not showing any signs of coming around. Help with mine?
  10. I would hold. I would also ignore the poster who never does anything but argue for dumping pitching to add hitting regardless of the players involved. Help with mine?
  11. Gregorious, Marte, Kingery, DeJong, in that order. Help with mine?
  12. I would definitely accept Snell and Realmuto for Harper and Heaney. Keep in mind that Rush always recommends against dealing for pitching regardless of the players involved. Help with mine?
  13. Blackmon was a better player, but I don't think that is the case this season. Given the need for pitching and depth in the outfield, I'd take the deal. Help with mine?
  14. This is in a money league. We keep eight veterans and five rookie-eligible players each season. Veterans' salaries go up $5. Rookies don't go up at all. My starting pitching is weak, though I am getting Clevinger back next week. Keller has been lit up in two major-league starts. The kid is a strong prospect, but he's clearly not ready for the majors. My five minor-league roster spots are still full without Keller, who I have at $1. I doubt I would keep Teheran, though he is cheap at $3. I know Teheran's numbers aren't likely to hold up where they are, not with a FIP that high, but
  15. Rush, what exactly is the point of your shtick? We get it. Always trade away or cut every pitcher possible. Knowing how over-the-top you go, how exactly is that helpful? In this case, I am trading an arm for one of those guys, so I appreciate the feedback, but it gets a little difficult to take your contributions to the board seriously.
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