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Week 4

From the amusing mind of Mr. Tim McCleod…

  1. In 19 regular season starts since the 2015 All Star game, Jake Arrieta has allowed a total of 12 earned runs. Amazing, is an understatement.
  1. Jeff Locke is proof that Ray Searage is but a mere mortal.
  1. Somebody forgot to explain the Coors Effect to Kenta Maeda, as he took a no-hitter into the sixth inning last night, before eventually settling for a three-hit victory. Not very often do you see a starter with an ERA (.36) lower than their WHIP (.87).
  1. I wonder if Terry Ryan and Neal Huntington watched the Tampa Bay/New York Yankee game on Saturday?
  1. An Austin Voth delivers better performance than an Aston Martin.
  1. Jose Abreu, Albert Pujols, Joey Votto, Freddie Freeman, Prince Fielder, and Anthony Rizzo are all looking up at the Mendoza Line.
  1. Charlie Blackmon appears to be a fast healer as he’s talking about heading out on a rehab start as early as next week.
  1. 9-3-2-6-2-5 is not the follow up single by Tommy Tutone.
  1. Neris I can see, the Philly bullpen is starting to stabilize.
  1. If you google “brittle”, it takes you to a picture of Michael Saunders.
  1. “I am Mr. Roarke, your host. Welcome to Fantasy Island”
  1. Adam Duvall has been named the permanent left fielder in Cincinnati. In deeper Leagues I’d give him a look. He did manage to display some pretty decent power (130 homers) in his Minor League career.
  1. Curt Schilling finally talked his way out of his job at ESPN and the game of baseball is much better for it.
  1. The “closer-by-committee” in Oakland appears to be missing the committee part of the program.
  1. Khris (with a K) Davis seems very appropriate in 2016.

 

One comment on “Week 4

  1. I hope you know how awesome these articles are. I look forward to reading them every Sunday. Thanks for your effort!

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