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  1. Honestly wouldn't worry about Bradley yet. He's trying to add the change up back to his arsenal this Spring. I would say that if it continues to disappoint...he will scrap it and go back to the mix he was using last year. Brad Brach is supposed to pitch today (Sunday). https://twitter.com/masnRoch/status/969946262672986112
  2. It sounds like an unfortunate situation, but if this is how things have been in the past, they are pretty much stuck with it. Moving forward though, either move the keeper deadline closer to the draft date or allow teams to change keepers before the draft if there has been a significant injury. For example, one of my leagues allows a team to potential call back two players they cut off there roster, if one of their keepers was significantly injured during roster lock.
  3. So I have the second pick this year in a 14 team PPR Dynasty Draft and I know the guy picking first is taking Corey Davis. So who would you pick between McCaffrey, Fornette, and Cook? I figure those three are ahead of Mixon at this point. My team is below. Leave a link and I will respond. QB: Luck RB: Gurley WR: AJ Green, Hopkins, M. Thomas, Watkins TE: Reed, Hooper
  4. I have no idea. But for those of you with Madson, if there is a save chance tomorrow...it will be Madson. I can't understand pitching a guy with Doolittle's injury history in that situation, save the bullets for when it matters. Albers has been pretty decent for them this year and it seems like the perfect spot to use him and save Doolittle for tomorrow if he is needed.
  5. The bigger question is why do you pitch Doolittle when you are up by 6 when Albers was warmed up as well. Dusty is clueless when it comes to managing a bullpen
  6. I read somewhere that Strickland shook Posey off a few times before the bean ball, is that true? I can't find the entire AB anywhere. If that is the case and Posey knew that he was going to hit Harper, does he still deserve the criticism?
  7. Pretty much. It will be interesting to see if Taylor is passable in the outfield and continues to hit. I would imagine they will then rotate Puig, Pederson, and Taylor. And in another month or so, the shadow of Andre Ethier might play into the mix.
  8. He's working on his mechanics and command at their Spring Training complex. http://www.texasguardian.com/news/253085959/padres-carter-capps-may-extend-rehab-stint
  9. With Spangenberg getting sent down, he should play most days.
  10. If you believe in Wood's skills and talent, then yes. Even if he doesn't start the year in the rotation, he should still see ample starting chances given the health risks that are in the rotation ahead of him.
  11. Here's the stat line for today: 0.1 Inning 2 Hits 1 Earned 2 Walks 0 Strikeouts Don't know anything else besides the top level numbers. But I would be surprised if he doesn't start the year on the dl
  12. McMahon got re-assigned to minor league camp on Friday. But I believe Tapia is still in camp. But I would think that he makes the team now. But I can definitely see a rotation of Parra, Reynolds, and Tapia between the two open spots.
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