Next in line as closer for the Jays

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Exposfan66
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Next in line as closer for the Jays

Postby Exposfan66 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 6:14 am

Who should I pick up:

Roberto Osuna or Miguel Castro?

Thanks!
12 team yahoo league (normal cats + OPS)

C - Lucroy
1B - Abreu, Lind
2B - Kendrick, Deshields
3B - Carpenter
SS - Reyes, Zobrist
IF - A. Russell
OF - CarGo, Joc Pederson, Marte, Soler, Gardner, Brantley
DL - Lamb, Rendon

SP -C-Mart, Richards, deGrom, Price, McCullers, Eduardo Rodriguez
RP - Soria, Jansen, Kimbrel, Ziegler, Carson Smith, Wade Davis
DL - Fernandez, Moore, Morrow

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Re: Next in line as closer for the Jays

Postby TheHoffmeister » Thu Apr 09, 2015 8:06 am

I don't know how much this will help, but here are my thoughts:

The Jays are probably going to stick with Cecil as the closer for a bit. You can't just give up on a guy because of a single crap outing, especially a RP (See also: Ken Giles, Phillies).

That said, Gibbons said a couple days ago that Osuna was more of a multiple innings-type guy and Castro was more of a short guy, but that he would use either at any time without hesitation...how's that for non-committal?

I watched the game last night and while Castro got the call first, Osuna got the high-leverage situation (1 out, bases loaded, A-Rod at the plate). I'm inclined to agree with Grey that Osuna has the better "stuff". But I think in the near-term, both their values revolve around 7th & 8th inning work, high K/9, and HLDs. Loup's setup job is more in danger that Cecil's at this point, in my opinion.

I don't think you can go wrong rostering either of them at this point for ratio help and Ks.

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Re: Next in line as closer for the Jays

Postby Grey » Thu Apr 09, 2015 9:08 am

Castro, likely
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Re: Next in line as closer for the Jays

Postby rightwingjedi » Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:11 pm

Castro. Passes the eye test by a mile and Gibbons has a man crush on him

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Re: Next in line as closer for the Jays

Postby pythons007 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 6:10 pm

WTF!!! I grabbed Osuna!!!! AAAAAHHHHH!!!
C Gomes
1B Miggy
2B Profar
3B Rendon
SS Correa
OF Betts/Stanton/Hoskins/Dahl
UTIL Bryant


SP Flaherty/Wheeler/Maeda/Woodruff/Skaggs/Newcomb/C. Martinez/A. Reyes/F. Peralta
RP LeClerc/Robertson/Bradley/Strop

BN Rosario/G. Polanco


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