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Latest Standings

TeamTotal Points
Team Lorin56.50
The Empire51.50
Team Sapinski49.00
Dark Angel45.00
DoubleHeader45.00
Ballbusters44.50
Buchanalia43.00
Obi-Wan42.50
Team Erik34.00
Team Joker29.00

Message Board

On Sat Jun 15 14:09:19 2024 Rich Sapinski wrote:
Hi all - seeking reliable SP for Nelson Velasquez OF/DH or similar player…
On Fri May 31 11:06:59 2024 Geoff Buchan wrote:
Yesterday was a very lucky day for my AL pitchers. 4 starters all went 6+, 3 got wins, and the 4th could not since he was facing one of the other 3. 1.82 ERA, 0.649 ratio on the day!
On Fri May 31 10:59:14 2024 Geoff Buchan wrote:
Other league, but I also picked up Ben Brown earlier this year. But I held off from putting him in this week since he was starting on the road against the first place Brewers, who are scoring 5 runs a game. All he did was throw 7 no-hit innings, allowing just 2 walks!
On Fri May 31 07:52:40 2024 Josh Steinberg wrote:
First, Geoff gets it right on Alec Manoah. Then he picks up promising but terrible Spencer Arrighetti, and gets that one right too.
On Thu May 30 07:19:52 2024 Josh Steinberg wrote:
CLE SP Logan Allen headed to Coors yesterday. Noticed the imminent danger only minutes before Monday's deadline. Disaster narrowly averted.
On Mon May 20 22:41:26 2024 Erik Engquist wrote:
Yankees SP over 7 games (May 12-19) each went 6 IP or more and allowed 7 total runs. Only twice have Yankees SP done that before, in 1932 (George Pipgras, Red Ruffing, Lefty Gomez, and Johnny Allen) and 1963 (Jim Bouton, Whitey Ford, Al Downing, Stan Williams and Ralph Terry). One difference: The 1932 starters all pitched complete games. So did the 1963 starters, except for Williams, who was pulled after 11.1 IP. A reliever got two outs.
On Sun May 19 20:11:12 2024 Josh Steinberg wrote:
Alek Manoah. I guess Geoff knows what he's doing
On Mon May 13 12:22:26 2024 Erik Engquist wrote:
Torkelson hits HR No. 1!
On Mon Apr 29 20:20:19 2024 Joe Voyticky wrote:
A few owners have questioned my recent trade with Mike. Well, last Friday in "Recent News for my Team" I happened across this: "Mason Miller working on balking problem." "Hmm," I thought. So I read further. "Mason Miller has been having an issue coming to a set position prior to deliver a pitch due to an overwhelming need to scratch his genital region. A's pitching coach Scott Emerson said: 'Look, it is an unusual situation. Mason spent some time with Trevor Bauer in Mexico and suddenly he had an issue...down there. We've tried all of the available remedies but to no avail. He's a pro, he'll figure it out." When asked about the itch, Miller said, "Fu@k'n Bauer, I always wondered why he twitched so much on the mound. Hey, it's a problem, it's an itch: it must be scratched."
On Mon Apr 29 18:45:12 2024 Josh Steinberg wrote:
Torkelson turned it on in the 2nd half last year. Feel free to trade him to us around July 1.

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