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Eno Sarris
12:47
What a classic. Timeless. RIP.
Mark
12:01
When/where will your NY meetup be this summer?
Eno Sarris
12:01
June 16. Be there. Not sure where, but New York City. Probably just Foley's but if I can finagle better beer...
Alex
12:01
Is Nicasio for real?
Eno Sarris
12:02
I'm still suspicious. Was down two ticks late, threw only five changeups.
The Inbetweener
12:02
Trevor Story for Trea Turner straight up in a dynasty league in which I'm not contending this year. Yes?
Eno Sarris
12:02
Eh. Trea hasn't even shown us as much as Story. He did make more contact, but he won't have the same power.
BIG L
12:02
RIP
Jeff
12:03
I was pretty impressed with what I saw from Finnegan yesterday. What was your take away? Was it more the Phillies being bad or are you more confident today than you were heading into drafts?
Eno Sarris
12:04
Yeah was great. Really good velocity. Decent rise on 4s, good fade on sinker, threw 17! changeups and got whiffs. Slider was there. Everything I wanted from him.
Gerb
12:04
Baseball got me like
Eno Sarris
12:04
Rand Corporation
12:05
Hi Eno, Hoping you can offer some trade advice for a h2h, std 5x5, redraft mixed league. My Garrett Richards for his Shin Soo Choo? I have a decent staff with Scherzer, Thor, Carrasco, Liriano, Pineda. I'm looking to rebolster my OF a bit after losing Pollock to DL. In context, fair trade? Thanks :)
Eno Sarris
12:05
I wish it was OBP. I wonder if you shouldn't wait a start and see if you can't get more.
Erik
12:05
Is having a terrible, Phillies-level bullpen secretly beneficial to a rebuild? It allows you to improve the rest of the team without getting too many of those pesky things called wins, which we all know do nothing but hurt your draft position.
Eno Sarris
12:06
I think about this a lot in basketball. Maybe it makes sense to draft a bunch of bigs still, like Philly. You'll be bad in a small ball league, but you'll get more lotto choices. Once you land your building block big, then you go pick guards. In the same way, don't spend any time on the pen when you're bad. And don't convert any starters to the pen until they really flame out.
Miketron
12:07
When is it time to panic?!? Its time to panic, right?!?
Eno Sarris
12:07
WHAT ARE WE PANICKING ABOUT
John
12:07
Dyson getting Rangers' next save opp?
Eno Sarris
12:07
I think so. They said the would mix and match, and now Tolleson's back looks like it's leading to bad results despite increased velocity.
daneyko
12:07
Randal Grichuk is the next Colby Rasmus ? Swing and a miss !
Eno Sarris
12:07
Hey that's a great comp actually.
Weekly Eovaldi Question
12:08
Weekly Eovaldi Question
risky starts
12:08
Eovaldi today? Eickhoff tomorrow?
Eno Sarris
12:08
Yes, yes.
Sean P
12:08
Do you think Houston made wise decisions in managing their bullpen the way they have with the roles of Giles/Gregerson?
Eno Sarris
12:08
I'd love them not to name a closer and say something like: I will not answer another question about who is our closer. As the manager, wear it. Tell the relievers not to worry about it, this team has no closer. You guys are 8/9 guys.
The Dude of NY
12:09
Bold Prediction: The Cleveland Spiders beat the Montreal Expos in the World Series.
Eno Sarris
12:09
The way the drum is beating about the Cleveland team name, and getting baseball to Montreal, not impossible in 2020
JDogg
12:10
Impressions of Maeda's start last night?
Eno Sarris
12:10
Enough command and a good enough slider to be a 3.5-3.7 ERA average-ish starting pitcher. Not enough velocity or good enough change/curve to be much better.
Erik
12:10
Aaron Nola looks really good, doesn't he? He just doesn't throw balls. Does he need anything other than experience to become a true frontline starter?
Eno Sarris
12:11
Maybe some sequencing to get more Ks, wait...
JDogg
12:11
Impressions of Matt Moore's first start?
Eno Sarris
12:11
Still had the velo and Ks, still had the wildness. Not dropping yet, but dropping for Aaron Sanchez a really interesting question. Might do that actually.
Cespedes
12:11
So how worried should I be about McHugh? That was awful.
Eno Sarris
12:12
He's always sort of borderline. Homer issues. If he can't bury the slider, he's a two pitch pitcher, a Jarred Cosart with lesser velocity and a bit more command.
Marc
12:12
How I missed Camineros effortless 102 MPH fastball
Eno Sarris
12:12
Why is he pitching the 7th.
Zach
12:12
The Pirates have turned into somewhat of a darling in the analytics community. It started back in 2013 when they tested the impact of shifting (with massive success) and now they're exploring very data driven methodology such as non-traditional lineups, not letting pitchers go three times through an order, and slowly moving away from antiquated bullpen roles. Would you say the credit here goes to Clint Hurdle who has chosen to implement these ideas? Are we finally going to start seeing more teams do this sort of thing?
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