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Eno Sarris
1:47
Could have more power. Exit velo was great last year.
Aspergillus
1:47
I used to believe in the unconditional rationality of man. And then I did an auction draft.
unplanned hangover
1:47
Knowing the ABV > Not knowing the ABV
Texas fan
1:48
What do you expect from Mazara this year? Rising star or platoon bat?
Eno Sarris
1:48
Rising star. Headed at some point to .320/30 type years.
Babe Lincoln
1:48
It's 12:44 and you still haven't answered a beer question. Highly unusual.
Eno Sarris
1:48
We got to some eventually but my god I'm still an hour behind.
Bob
1:49
What do you think of a staff of Darvish, Cueto, Paxton, J. Ross, Cotton and Liriano?
Eno Sarris
1:49
I'd like to kiss it.
daniel
1:49
Bradley Zimmer or Andrew Toles...who should I own now to help me best this upcoming season
Eno Sarris
1:49
Toles.
Bartleby
1:49
My buddy was at SABR in AZ and sang your praises Eno, saying you spent a lot of time talking to students. Kudos.
Eno Sarris
1:49
Man I should have spent MORE time. But I had to get on a flight to Hawaii for a beer fest. LIFE SO HARD
IRabbit
1:50
What are the implications of a switch from Stolen Bases to Net Stolen Bases and how should that change my drafting strategy in a shallowish league?
Eno Sarris
1:50
Eh. It works itself out. Just don't expect a lot of steals from guys with bad Net SB... one exception: I believe Cesar Hernandez will improve there and go like 24/30 this year.
Greg
1:50
Matz over Gsellman? Do not get me wrong, I love Matz and he is filthy but don't those "elbow problems" scare the hell out of you?
Eno Sarris
1:51
Well I'm going on talent here, and an expectation that Matz can still put up 150. Kershaw was the second-best SP in fantasy baseball last year. Not quite the same thing, but I'd rather have talent and am not as scared about Matz as someone like Price right now.
Hans Focker
1:52
Someone wrote about your write-up on Nola. Can you link? not seeing it in the player search
Eno Sarris
1:52
Read the player profile under the links!
Bart
1:52
How much regression do you expect from Rick Porcello?
Eno Sarris
1:52
Back to 3.70/1.2 type work. Still good, not close to Cy.
Jim Wiser
1:53
Rap is NOT music
Eno Sarris
1:53
Weird, I hear singing and instruments and there are harmonies and melodies and all
Diggy
1:54
Nothing screams opening day like:
python-r
1:54
How much money do players make, percentage-wise, of their listed contracts? How much goes to agents, taxes, etc.?
Eno Sarris
1:54
I think it's probably like 60%? 30ish to taxes, 10ish to agents?
Bert Campaneris
1:54
Did you get to read Sullivan's piece on the "D-Backs Could Have a New Pitching Approach"? How flawed can that "approach" when it is being implemented in their Spring Training facility versus "Chase Stadium"?
Eno Sarris
1:55
New swings are actually designed to hit homers on low pitches. Read this to see how a guy with a modern swing thinks about the high pitch: http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/brandon-moss-on-the-anatomy-of-a-slump/
Hans Focker
1:56
When do strikeout rates stabilize for the season? I read something like 80 AB's, does that sound right?
Eno Sarris
1:56
About.. 100 PA better.
CMo
1:56
Dexter Fowler is my most boring best pick in the mid rounds. What boring vet do you find yourself grabbing most?
Eno Sarris
1:58
Jarrod Dyson, Lucas Duda, Stephen Vogt, Luis Valbuena, Brian McCann?
Marcus Banks
1:58
Is Michael Pineda still the best pitcher in New York City?
Eno Sarris
1:58
Welcome back dude!
Diggy
1:59
What Rays hitter is likely to surprise us this year not named Kiermaier
Eno Sarris
1:59
Dickerson!
Mort
1:59
A homeless man recently approached me and screamed "GREEN BEANS!"
Eno Sarris
1:59
Did you have any?
Chet Steadman
2:00
Current bottom-rung closer most likely to reach 30 saves?
Eno Sarris
2:00
AJ Ramos too high? How about Neftali Feliz? Teams not going to be good enough to go to Knebel yet.
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