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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #105 on: April 14, 2006, 11:43 AM »
Makes for a sweeter 3-peat.

Makes for a sweeter un-seat?

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #106 on: April 14, 2006, 02:11 PM »
Makes for a sweeter 3-peat.

Makes for a sweeter un-seat?

Seriously, you're smoking the funny grass if you think you can do that.  Unless I suffer 2-3 key injuries, you can forget it.
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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #107 on: April 14, 2006, 10:07 PM »
Some things never change.  Why am I not suprised to see any of this?  And the best part is now I'm not a part of it and it's still the same ol' bull****.  Just goes to show who the real problem was (and is) all along.

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #108 on: April 14, 2006, 10:11 PM »
I'm under the impression that this little flare up ended over a day ago.  Recent arrivals to the conversation notwithstanding...

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #109 on: April 14, 2006, 11:36 PM »
Some things never change.  Why am I not suprised to see any of this?  And the best part is now I'm not a part of it and it's still the same ol' ********.  Just goes to show who the real problem was (and is) all along.

Please troll, you're not even worth this 15 seconds of my precious time, otherwise this post would be so long it'd have chapter divisions and a table of contents, just to properly debunk all of your asinine contentions.  If you were any more of a mental midget I'd have to donate half of my brain to science before I even reply to your post, just to make this a fair fight.  Do yourself a favor and sit this one out.
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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #110 on: April 14, 2006, 11:42 PM »
It's hard to believe that every single team in Major League Baseball outhit my fantasy team tonight, who could only muster but 2 hits  :o  Streaky they are, but mighty just the same.  I can't believe 9 games into the season Manny Sr. and Manny Jr. (Cantu) haven't hit a lick yet.  So they got outhit by every MLB team tonight, and if my fantasy team were a batting order, they'd look like this:

1.  Carl Crawford, CF
2.  Felipe Lopez, SS
3.  Manny Ramirez, LF
4.  Jim Thome, 1B
5.  Gary Sheffield, RF
6.  Eric Chavez, 3B
7.  Jorge Cantu, 2B
8.  Carlos Beltran, DH
9.  Ivan Rodriguez, C

Weird night.
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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #111 on: April 14, 2006, 11:52 PM »
Batting-wise, my team only managed:

5 hits
2 runs
1 SB
1 RB

Definitely my guys' worst night of the season so far.

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #112 on: April 14, 2006, 11:55 PM »
Batting-wise, my team only managed:

5 hits
2 runs
1 SB
1 RB

Definitely my guys' worst night of the season so far.

I was looking around the league and I only saw 3 or 4 players who hit homeruns, total, over 7 fantasy rosters.

Chase Utley hit 2 for Brent.

Power outage tonight...

EDIT:  Check that, Juan actually had 4 players go yard.  The other 6 teams had, combined, 3 players.
« Last Edit: April 14, 2006, 11:58 PM by Dressel Rebel »
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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #113 on: April 15, 2006, 12:08 AM »
Some things never change.  Why am I not suprised to see any of this?  And the best part is now I'm not a part of it and it's still the same ol' ********.  Just goes to show who the real problem was (and is) all along.

Please troll, you're not even worth this 15 seconds of my precious time, otherwise this post would be so long it'd have chapter divisions and a table of contents, just to properly debunk all of your asinine contentions.  If you were any more of a mental midget I'd have to donate half of my brain to science before I even reply to your post, just to make this a fair fight.  Do yourself a favor and sit this one out.

Guess my post, aka the truth, does hurt huh Matt?

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #114 on: April 15, 2006, 12:17 AM »


Best pitcher on the local club?  We might see real soon :-*

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #115 on: April 15, 2006, 12:22 AM »
Please troll, you're not even worth this 15 seconds of my precious time, otherwise this post would be so long it'd have chapter divisions and a table of contents, just to properly debunk all of your asinine contentions.  If you were any more of a mental midget I'd have to donate half of my brain to science before I even reply to your post, just to make this a fair fight.  Do yourself a favor and sit this one out.

Guess my post, aka the truth, does hurt huh Matt?

Let.  It.  Go.
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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #116 on: April 15, 2006, 12:23 PM »


Best pitcher on the local club?  We might see real soon :-*


We already know.

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #117 on: April 15, 2006, 09:13 PM »
To those who rejected my trade -

I offered Matt a deal for a closer and we went back and forth a bunch of
times and settled on the deal that we accepted twice, and had rejected
twice.  After that happened we talked to Juan who said it was fine with him,
and Chris who actually thought that Matt was probably going to get burned on
1 or both of those players and he was fine with the deal, and obviously Matt
and myself are fine with it.

So that leaves Rob, Brent, and Scott who are holding me up.  Fellas, I do
not need protection from you three, I WON the football league last year and
I'm 3rd out of 12 in basketball.  I know what I am doing.  I read fantasy
magazines whenever I can.  You guys make fun of the fact that I traded for
Helton from Matt last year and look what he did in the second half of the
season; when he came back from the leg injury in August: .376 BA, 9 HR and 36
RBI in 40 games.

Let me explain something to you guys.  I am in last place in saves and I
have virtually no chances of making that up.  I took Foulke thinking he
was my rock and now he's not even a closer anymore and Rob already took his
replacement.  I have an excess of starting pitching I have freaking last
year's Cy Young award winner Colon, I have Peavy, I have Schilling, Mussina,
Clemens who may come back, and Sheets.  So I have a starter to deal.  Matt
loves Sheets, and wants to bet on the fact that he's not going to be hurt
again like he is at some point every year.  I think Duke can be almost as
good as Sheets and Sheets gets hurt every year.  I didn't even draft him
intentionally, I wasn't there for that part.

Last year Zach Duke was my best pitcher in the 2nd half, he won 8 games in
under 3 months and had an ERA at 1.81 with K's.  And that's just his rookie
year.  I like him, he was on my team last year, and I want him again.

Jose Valverde is the 'Backs closer, he's 26 years old and he didn't become
the closer until August of last year and he still saved 15 games and struck
out SEVENTY FIVE in 66 innings.  His ERA was 2.44 and WHIP 1.07.  This isn't
a worthy closer for my team?!  He's a 4 category stud in the position that I
need.  What's Jose Valverde doing this year as closer so far?  3 IP, 2 for 2
in saves chances, and K'd 4 in 3 IP.  I want him.  And I need him.

I picked up Gagne when Matt dropped him last week but I can't even use him
for at least 2 freaking months.  Matt's willing to take him back with Sheets
and has a closer to spare.

And I like Ivan Rodriguez, got a problem with that?  I'm dropping Johjima
when my trade goes through.  But I don't even care if Matt throws him into
the deal or not, he can keep him if he wants.  If you guys would knock it
off already.

So would you guys please butt out of my business so I can get something I
need and get rid of players I don't even want or can't use?  I always extend
you guys the same courtesy and I really don't think what you're doing is
fair at all.

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #118 on: April 16, 2006, 12:33 AM »
So that leaves Rob, Brent, and Scott who are holding me up.  Fellas, I do
not need protection from you three

The only team I'm trying to protect, is mine.

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Re: JD Fantasy Baseball 2006
« Reply #119 on: April 16, 2006, 07:14 AM »

The only team I'm trying to protect, is mine.

If you really cared about protecting your team, you should have let someone else draft it.
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