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Martin Brodeur: 21 years as a Devil

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This might be go down as one of the greatest moments in Ducks history

In Teemu Selanne’s last game ever of the regular season, he went over and grabbed long time teammate and ducks legend, J.S. Giguere (Who is contemplating and will possibly retire as well at the end of the season) and together they did one final lap around honda center. 

For a month, Jeff Francouer’s teammates on the El Paso Chihuahuas convinced him that teammate Jorge Reyes was deaf. He didn’t know it was a month long prank until he watched this video with the team in the clubhouse.


Justin Johnson knocks out John Scott

Gerald Green Alley-Oops It To Himself

David Ross recreates “Major League”

So I did a real draft yesterday for a keeper league but early last week I did a this mock draft. I’d post the keeper one but the keepers throw off who gets drafted where. Here’s who I took and why. Just a little tool you can use to see where someone may go, who drops, and who people reach for. I love this team and wish it was a real draft.

I changed all the team names to what their draft order was so you can see each draft slot and what’s around later in the draft.

If you’re interested in fantasy baseball, we’re still looking to fill the last spot in a new dynasty auction league. Message me your email address. (plus, you have all my strategies)

Round: 1

(1) 1st overall - Mike Trout CF

(2) 2nd overall - Miguel Cabrera 3B

(3) 3rd overall - Carlos Gonzalez LF

(4) 4th overall - Andrew McCutchen CF

(5) 5th overall - Paul Goldschmidt 1B

(6) 6th overall - Clayton Kershaw SP

(7) 7th overall (sportspage) - Jacoby Ellsbury CF

(8) 8th overall - Edwin Encarnacion 1B

(9) 9th overall - Chris Davis 1B

(10) 10th overall - Robinson Cano 2B

1st round I went with Ellsbury. He’s going to have a great year in New York. He will almost single handedly win you steals and I think his swing in his new home stadium will add a few more home runs. On the converse, I think Cano will drop off this year. He’s still going to be a top-3 second baseman. But power numbers will drop off. If he’s still around middle of second round or later, I think it’s an all right pick but I’d rather wait for Kipnis or Pedroia. In fact, there are great 2b bargains low this year.

On another note, I’d be really wary of building my team around Chris Davis or Edwin Encarnacion.

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