I'm staring at numbers all day. Scary truth? I actually dream about them at times. Seriously. I sometimes see patterns too. Maybe it should have been me and not Jim Carrey in The Number 23? I don't want to go crazy though, so before I continue to feed my unhealthy addiction I'm just gonna say have at it folks. Here is the April 29th daily piece. Stay sane. Avoid the numbers – or as Jeff Mans famously once said “don't look at the numbers.”

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Ray Flowers 

Brendan Sawyer - Drop Henderson. With the way KRod is pitching, he may never get the 9th inning back.

Brendan Sawyer 

Here are a list of other pitchers I have that I could drop: Broxton, T Hunter, Henderson. My weakest starter so far has been Weaver. Willing to be more patient with him though.

Ray Flowers 

zebeck - MadBum still is getting Ks. Velocity the same. GB/FB same as always. Walks are up a bit, but not crazy. Main culprit is that crazy .390 BABIP. The mark was .276 and .251 pat two years. Stay the course.

Ray Flowers 

Brendan Sawyer - I favor Kluber over Chavez, yes. Question tho - how can you drop Chavez? If you're in a lg that you sincerely are gonna do that you need to quit that league. What has that guy done wrong? He's pitching like an All-Star. At same time, Kluber shouldn't have been on waivers. Tis the nature of 10 tm lgs.

zebeck 

What's up with MadBum? Should I worry?

Brendan Sawyer 

Ray, would you drop Jesse Chavez in favor of Kluber in a points league? Thanks!


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The co-host of The Drive on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87: Mon-Fri 7-10 PM EDT), Ray also hosts his own show Sunday night (7-10 PM EDT). Ray has spent years squirreled away studying the inner workings of the fantasy game to the detriment of his personal life. Specializing in baseball, football and hockey, some consider him an expert in all three.

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