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Not a chance - a Cy Young winner for a guy who has been like a yo-yo lately? Anyone who says Arrieta hd his first good year last year need to look at what he has done since he hit the roster in Chicago.
Still need two managers. Some parties interested so email me ASAP if you want to learn more. It is Quicklund on the ymail system
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Year 2 of Deep Dynasty (10 Keepers / Team) League
25 Man Rosters (Plus 2DL, 1 NA)
H2H 6x6 Scoring (R,RBI,SB,TB,AVG,OBP,W,K,HLD,SV,ERA,WHIP)
12 teams league, H2H. Here is my team: Thanks
1. (10) Manny Machado 3B,SS
2. (15) Max Scherzer SP
3. (34) Starling Marte OF
4. (39) Félix Hernández SP
5. (58) Robinson Canó 2B
6. (63) Troy Tulowitzki SS
7. (82) Eric Hosmer 1B
8. (87) Albert Pujols 1B
9. (106) Grégory Polanco OF
10. (111) Kole Calhoun OF
11. (130) Huston Street RP
12. (135) James Shields SP
13. (154) Jake Odorizzi SP
14. (159) Francisco Rodríguez RP
15. (178) Yordano Ventura SP
16. (183) Kyle Hendricks SP
17. (202) Dexter Fowler OF
18. (207) Derek Norris C,1B
19. (226) Jaime García SP
20. (231) Brandon Phillips 2B
21. (250) R.A. Dickey SP
22. (255) Rick Porcello SP
23. (274) Nick Markakis OF
Source: Colorado Rockies to raise outfield fences at Coors Field
Rockies will raise the outfield fence between right-center and right field
By Nick Groke
The Denver Post
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — After decades of watching home runs fly out of Coors Field at a heightened clip, the Rockies on Tuesday said they will raise their outfield fences to tamp down on the longballs.
The high-homer home of the "Blake Street Bombers" will get its biggest change to how baseball is played at altitude since a humidor was installed in 2002.
"The goal is to raise the wall heights to make it potentially more playable and more fair — for pitchers," Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich said. "We really don't know, exactly, the effect it is going to have. We are going to live it together, this year, and see what happens."
The Rockies will raise their outfield wall between right-center and right field by 8 feet and 9 inches, to match the height of the out-of-town scoreboard, at 16 feet-6 inches in height. A green-coated, chain-link fence will sit on top of the existing green-padded wall in front of the visiting and home bullpens.
The outfield wall height also will increase down the left field line, by 5 feet, to 13 feet. That extended fence will be in front of the tunnel next to the bleachers.
The new fences, which will not block any seats, will be installed this month and be in place before the Rockies' 22nd home opener at Coors Field, on April 8 against the Padres.
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