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You know its a fake injury... This guy doesn't even have a neck!

He's pitched well enough to be ranked 33rd by some guy RW employs named Matthew Pouliot. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/strike-zone/june-starter-rankings-4 Right behind Yu Darvish. Imagin

25 minutes ago, bradwatson said:

Haven't seen a K to walk ratio that delicious since perennial RW favorite Ben Sheets back in 2006.

Ryu has legitimately been the best pitcher in baseball so far this season.

He's pitched well enough to be ranked 33rd by some guy RW employs named Matthew Pouliot. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/strike-zone/june-starter-rankings-4

Right behind Yu Darvish.

Imagine paying a guy to make content that bad.

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1 hour ago, GriffeySwag said:

He's pitched well enough to be ranked 33rd by some guy RW employs named Matthew Pouliot. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/strike-zone/june-starter-rankings-4

Right behind Yu Darvish.

Imagine paying a guy to make content that bad.

 

wondering if these people rank players for the benefit of "industry players." not for them to look good but them to do good (or at least try to) in their leagues.

 

it is funny that Ryu seemed like he peaked after his first few seasons. more so after his rookie season. a few seasons after that he is looking like a Cy Young winner.

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7 hours ago, GriffeySwag said:

He's pitched well enough to be ranked 33rd by some guy RW employs named Matthew Pouliot. https://www.rotoworld.com/article/strike-zone/june-starter-rankings-4

Right behind Yu Darvish.

Imagine paying a guy to make content that bad.

 

He’s rated like 5 spots under Corey Kluber who likely won’t throw a MLB pitch until August

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The only legit fantasy endeavor with Ryu is to have macabre ongoing pools going about when he'll come off and go back on the IL. I like his style, I wish we could see a full season of healthy, but he's thrown over 100 innings three times since 2013, and only once has he surpassed 153 innings. Hell, last time he cleared 150 innings was 2014. Fantasy rankings gonna troll, but Ryu is to health as Charlie Brown is to that football...

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It took Hyun-Jun Ryu a full 2 years to fully recover after the shoulder surgery he had in May 2015 and get his really good stuff back again in 2017. It was a long road back. What a great comeback by Ryu! Such a gutsy guy. He truly deserves all the accolades he's getting now.

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On 6/7/2019 at 1:56 PM, street sharks said:

 

Great read. Awesome stuff! If I recall correctly, Ryu doesn't do bullpen sessions getting ready for his next opponent. His does throw on the side and prepares a game plan. Dude is probably a genius and doesn't even know it.

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I can't believe this. But Ryu has helped make my pitching so strong in my roto league that I'm thinking of sitting him @COL just because I can afford to.

But I guess if you're going to start anyone @COL Ryu would be one of your first choices, even though almost no one's numbers there are very good (including his).

Anyway, here are his Coors numbers:

W/L 1-3; ERA 7.56; WHIP 2.28

I realize he's a must-start for almost everyone in every league though.

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4 hours ago, Fiveohnine said:

I can't believe this. But Ryu has helped make my pitching so strong in my roto league that I'm thinking of sitting him @COL just because I can afford to.

But I guess if you're going to start anyone @COL Ryu would be one of your first choices, even though almost no one's numbers there are very good (including his).

Anyway, here are his Coors numbers:

W/L 1-3; ERA 7.56; WHIP 2.28

I realize he's a must-start for almost everyone in every league though.

I still wouldn't start him in a roto league,  unless i had a killer lead or so far back it doesn't matter.  

H2H i think you probably take the plunge if you're feeling the need.  

 

Its ok to avoid Coors still.  HOFers have terrible numbers there.  

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4 minutes ago, Fiveohnine said:

That turned out even worse than I expected. Glad I sat him. But I should probably just stick to a hard and fast rule of sitting @COL.

 

Yup learned my lesson this week with him and Walker. Sitting Kershaw today for sure.

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Disregard any and all Coors starts... I started him because my pitching has been absolutely atrocious this week and it couldn't get any worse. I'll do the same with Kershaw tonight. Coors is just a house of horrors.

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