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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    Damn, Corey Koskie had a pretty nice career.
    Yeah he as kind of a stud.

    It's weird that his career ended after an .833 OPS and league average production (or better) at just 33.

    It blows that the worst year of his career was the Toronto season. Sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Yeah he as kind of a stud.

    It's weird that his career ended after an .833 OPS and league average production (or better) at just 33.

    It blows that the worst year of his career was the Toronto season. Sad!
    I think he had bad knees or something. Maybe a bad shoulder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    I think he had bad knees or something. Maybe a bad shoulder?
    Concussions.

    Corey Conkie.

    Canadians have soft noodles. I blame goshdarn full contact Timbits hockey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Yeah he as kind of a stud.

    It's weird that his career ended after an .833 OPS and league average production (or better) at just 33.

    It blows that the worst year of his career was the Toronto season. Sad!
    Not gonna lie, I had no idea Koskie was that good. If he had been able to play more, could have possibly been a consideration for the HOF.
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    I think we all know it's the latter. The Mariners have been a disgustingly bad offensive for a decade now and nothing has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Yeah he as kind of a stud.

    It's weird that his career ended after an .833 OPS and league average production (or better) at just 33.

    It blows that the worst year of his career was the Toronto season. Sad!
    I think I remember reading an interview with him about it. Said he was still happy to have fulfilled a lifetime dream and he considers it a career highlight even if the season itself went very poorly.
    "When I'm in a slump, I comfort myself by saying I believe in dinosaurs, then somewhere, dinosaurs they must be believing in me. And if they believe in me, then I can believe in me. Then I bust out." - Mookie Wilson

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    Anybody want Santiago Casilla now that he signed a 2/11 deal with Oakland? He's probably the primary setup man.
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    Unfortunately, they really skimped out on the crickets on mine because they add a pretty flavourful crunch element on top of the coleslaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTS View Post
    Anybody want Santiago Casilla now that he signed a 2/11 deal with Oakland? He's probably the primary setup man.
    onebigpileofshit.gif

    Am I doing this right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanky99 View Post
    onebigpileofshit.gif

    Am I doing this right?
    Casilla is actually decent and it's not like Doolittle is a sure thing. This doesn't apply, dummy. I'd actually be interested if I didn't have such a pain of a roster crunch right now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Grant77 View Post
    I think we all know it's the latter. The Mariners have been a disgustingly bad offensive for a decade now and nothing has changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxcar View Post
    Casilla is actually decent and it's not like Doolittle is a sure thing. This doesn't apply, dummy. I'd actually be interested if I didn't have such a pain of a roster crunch right now.
    I wasn't talking to you, was I, dummy!

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    Deciding whether your 21st keeper is worth keeping over your 12th prospect is an interesting wrinkle specific to this league.
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    Unfortunately, they really skimped out on the crickets on mine because they add a pretty flavourful crunch element on top of the coleslaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTS View Post
    Deciding whether your 21st keeper is worth keeping over your 12th prospect is an interesting wrinkle specific to this league.
    Not for me, I only have 9 prospects. 22 keepers all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    Not for me, I only have 9 prospects. 22 keepers all the way.
    21 and 22 are Santiago Casilla and Seth Lugo for me, and the prospects on the chopping block are Josh Naylor and Eddy Martinez. Leaning towards 22 keepers, but I like Martinez.
    Quote Originally Posted by Boxcar View Post
    Unfortunately, they really skimped out on the crickets on mine because they add a pretty flavourful crunch element on top of the coleslaw.

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    I need to cut one of Brad Hand or Jake Diekman. They're both pretty good, in fact Hand had 100 Ks this year strictly as a reliever. I'll also be cutting actual closers Ryan Madson and Jim Johnson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dinger View Post
    I need to cut one of Brad Hand or Jake Diekman. They're both pretty good, in fact Hand had 100 Ks this year strictly as a reliever. I'll also be cutting actual closers Ryan Madson and Jim Johnson.
    Diekman is a bit of a headache in K/BB leagues. Johnson projects quite well and appears to have job security.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJH View Post
    Diekman is a bit of a headache in K/BB leagues. Johnson projects quite well and appears to have job security.
    Diekman is one of those guys like Kelvin Herrera (you're welcome) where the stuff just makes me think there is another gear for him that he hasn't hit yet. Kinda like Andrew Miller circa 2012. Diekman is also a very strong bet for holds, and he already has a 100 K season on his CV. I'll probably cut him anyway, but if I had a spare roster spot and I was looking for an upside reliever, he's a good bet. Sam Dyson's job isn't that secure, a bad first month could open the door for Diekman or Bush to seize the reins.

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