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Eno Sarris
12:21
I like him more than most. I know that he has some problems that don't always show up in the stat sheet, but he hits the ball hard and has some speed and isn't a disaster in terms of plate discipline.
Hello
12:21
If someone is unable to attend your Toronto evening events, can they buy you lunch instead?
Eno Sarris
12:21
Friday, after I'm on Jeff Blair's show, I think I'll be heading to Bellwoods for lunch if they do lunch...
JNC
12:21
It looks like nearly everyone on the leaderboards received a Def bump overnight. What does it all mean?
Eno Sarris
12:22
Defense doesn't update daily.
Mark
12:22


1991 - Public Enemy - By the Time I get to Arizona
JT
12:22
Should we be worried about Bogaerts?
Eno Sarris
12:22
Nah, I like the added fly balls.
Mike_C
12:22
Is there currently a pitcher in baseball that pairs a good sinking fastball with a solid "riding" fourseamer? I would think with proper sequencing it's a combo that should generate a fair ammount of wiffs, grounders and popups.
Eno Sarris
12:23
Chris Tillman, J.A. Happ.... end list?
Miketron
12:23
I saw a bit of Severino yesterday and the slider looked better. Do you think he can be a decent starter again next year?
Eno Sarris
12:23
That gives him two pitches? I need some more changeup in my life too.
Cotton
12:24
So exactly how awesome was my debut last night?
Eno Sarris
12:24
dat straight change.
Snarfle
12:24
Okay, so I saw Black Sheep open for De La Soul/Wyclef like ten years ago. Somehow they ended up doing that song you posted three times. It had something to do with the rain. It kept threatening to rain and both Sheep and De La got cut off early so that they could get to Wyclef before everyone got rained on. Wyclef had the studio versions of his songs and other people's play over the speakers and would kind of sing along. It was somewhat charmingly lazy. The whole thing was somewhat charmingly lazy. I think I resented it because I want to be paid for being charmingly lazy, and also, dude, do a real show.
RotoLando
12:25
Do you have any love for Wilmer Difo?
Eno Sarris
12:25
Maybe in fantasy, but he's not going to walk enough, going to strike out too much, and doesn't have much power, so is he going to play a lot?
Chris
12:25
Was just at Camden and Nats Park this weekend couldn't find any legit brews. (Best I found at Orioles as a Pilsner) My friends were hooked on Natty Boh though haha.
Eno Sarris
12:26
So weird. Shoulda found some Flying Dog at Nats park tho.
Chopper Dave
12:26
Does Rougned Odor's mixture of power, aggressiveness, and no walks give cause for concern that his production might sharply decline if pitchers start pitching him differently?
Eno Sarris
12:26
He's managed to adjust a couple times, I think it's more of a productivity issue (will the power trump all the outs?) and a longevity issue (what happens when bat slows).
Chris
12:26
. Who do you like best for this weekend out of these options? Graveman vs SEA, Kuhl vs Reds, Cessa vs TB, Andriese @ NYY, Vogelsong vs CIN, or Bettis @ SD?
Eno Sarris
12:27
Graveman.
His Wife is in a Coma
12:27
Which current major leaguers have an 80 hit tool?
Eno Sarris
12:29
Better question for a more scouty guy maybe, but I'll go with Yelich, Trout, Cabrera, Votto, Lindor, Altuve, Pollock?, Brantley... there's probably more.
Pretty Tony
12:29
Should I drop Smyly, Triggs, or Paxton for Jharel Cotton? I THINK HE COULD BE SUPER SEXY TIMEEEEEEE
Eno Sarris
12:29
Yes. Look at the schedule, but I'd lean towards dropping Triggs unless Smyly gets Boston and Toronto and New York the rest of the way.
RotoLando
12:29
Would it be illegal to have steel rods implanted into your arm to mold your throwing hand into a jai alai basket?
Eno Sarris
12:30
It may not be currently illegal but it would be pretty quickly. I'd love to see those first few pitches though.
Erik
12:30
Most writers on here seem to not care about other sports, or maybe follow one other sport, max. What's the cause and effect there? Only people obsessed with baseball at the expense of other sports become baseball writers? Or baseball writers spend so much time following baseball that they don't have the time or energy to care about another sport?
Eno Sarris
12:31
Energy and time is my guess. I've killed football and only have time for Basketball other than Baseball now.
JT
12:31
"He's got a tiny one???" You should apologize to Bork.
Eno Sarris
12:31
oops.
Mick
12:31
You know, when I drink alone I prefer to be by myself.
Otis Redding
12:31
If you have time friday morning, go to The Beast, and get the beastwich for breakfast, they are open from 10-3 on friday, saturday, sunday! then go to Wvrst for lunch for their Beer Hall Sausages and great tap list, plus they periodically have Cantillon
Eno Sarris
12:31
ooooooooh
Elijabonk Melingproplefoot
12:31
If the season ended and all of MLB's managers decided to go on a relaxing cruise together, but the boat sank and they ended up all on one life raft in the middle of the ocean, which manager would be the first to turn to cannibalism and which would be the first one eaten? This is a very important question.
Eno Sarris
12:32
oooh. Gibby is feisty. I wonder if he'd get that crazy look in his eye. Robin Ventura is too nice. Eaten.
Roadhog
12:32
Most exciting A's rookie is: Healy/Cotton/Triggs/???
Eno Sarris
12:32
I love me some Healy. Story up soon.
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