He's doing well but he doesn't match up with Yelich or bellinger
it's a huge blow no doubt. But it is just as likely that it kicks the brewers into high gear as it is that it breaks their spirits. After all they don't want Yelich to feel like him getting hurt cost them the season.
good lord, what a horrible outlook on life.
I keep getting disappointed by this team year after year. These last two were hard. Now it's WS or bust. I dont think i can take another year of watching another team celebrate a WS win on our home turf.
Any team that makes the playoffs has a good chance of beating them (not saying they aren't good but that playoffs are really a crap shoot). Any team has a chance of taking 3 out of 5.
As good as the Nats have looked, let's not forget they still have yet to have won a playoff series.
5 game lead
Tampa has a tougher end to the season than any of the other teams. Don't be surprised if they start to fall. I feel like the A's should be able to take home field for the WC
The owner of Yelich is a new fantasy player to the league and totally forgot this was a keeper league. The owner did not reach out to me, I reached out to him. I then informed the owner via discord and they did confirm to me that they did forget this was a keeper league.
Since Yelich is already out for the year, and no one in their right mind would actually drop Yelich in a keeper league especially with their team out of contention, I don't think any of us should have any issue with me adding Yelich back to their squad. Especially since this owner was new to our league and didn't bring any keepers into the season.
This isn't a vote, i've already made my decision. I just wanted you all to hear my reasoning and to not be surprised.
No, I don’t think it will get that far. The Crew will surpass them, even with the loss of Yelich (sorry to hear that Brewers fans, he’s a beast).
Or they could raise the mound back to 15 inches.When Jonathan Villar took Caleb Ferguson deep at 9:15 p.m. ET on Wednesday night at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, baseball history was made. Villar’s three-run blast -- which gave the Orioles a 5-2 lead against the Dodgers in the seventh inning -- was the 6,106th home run hit inwww.mlb.com
Time to get new balls