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1.) Who has Willingham on his fantasy team?

2.) Why was the Castillo Error a Yankee Classic?

3.) Why is it so f'n impossible to find a video of the Delwyn Young play that looked like it belonged more on MLS's web gem segment (Net Gems?)

4.) WHY IN THE NAME OF ALL THAT IS GOOD AND HOLY ABOUT THIS GAME, ARE THE RED SUX #3 ON ESPN'S POWER RANKINGS? They were 3 games up on the Yanks and are now 2.5 games back. The Phillies and Angels are FAR hotter than the Sux right now. My laptop's battery is hotter than the Sux.

4a.) Does anyone edit the "Comment" column of the Power Rankings? Is an intern doing these? I feel like someone passed along the Power Rankings job to the intern, and he's too scared to move any of the teams around because he doesn't know if he's allowed to make those decisions, so he's keeping all the teams the same every week. Then he does a little research for the comments column and puts a little stat line for the week. Because these things are completely non sequitor and don't correspond to the respective ranks AT ALL.

For example, the #3 ranking Sux:

Jason Varitek has thrown out only 13 of 86 base stealers (15 percent).

Well, that certainly makes a compelling case for the 3-spot.

5.) Ichiro is batting .361??? Good God. Actually, all the AL batting leaders are from kinda sad teams. Morneau has been the most consistent batter, I think, out of all of the league leaders.

6.) Are the Yankees going to ever address their out-of-the-blue IP limit thing? It'd be like the CEO of a company coming out and saying, "So we're going to have to cut back on some departments. We only allotted 1 million in salary at the beginning of the year, and we're 300,000 over budget, so a lot of people are going to have to go. That's all." So...are we just going to wait to see what happens when his number in the rotation rolls around? Throw us a bone, Cash.

7.) Are the Yoplait commercial chicks amused or pissed about the CC and Santana commercial?


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