Not sure how many people here care about baseball, or fantasy baseball for that matter, but if you do it or are interested feel free to post. (side note: my league has 16 teams, meaning that the free agency market is extremely thin, and finding good players to take that are available is even harder). -------- Just thought it was interesting with my pitching staff this week into next...I've made a lot of changes, and am hoping it boosts my pitching staff from slightly below average to at least above average. This week's staff (in order of how good each pitcher is, not including bullpen pitchers) Ubaldo Jimenez (Rockies): 15 wins, 118 K's, 2.38 ERA Ervin Santana (Angels): 8 wins, 107 K's, 3.63 ERA Ryan Dempster (Cubs) : 8 wins, 130 K's, 3.70 ERA Mitch Talbot (Indians): 8 wins, 58 K's, 3.89 ERA Paul Maholm (Pirates): 6 wins, 57 K's, 4.07 ERA Jeff Francis (Rockies): 3 wins, 38 K's, 4.63 ERA Justin Masterson (Indians): 3 wins, 89 K's, 5.25 ERA My bench was Edinson Volquez (Reds) and Josh Beckett (Red Sox) who were both on the DL. Now, this week, after both Volquez and Beckett are off the DL, and some moves that I made, my staff is: Jimenez Santana Dempster Talbot Edinson Volquez (Reds): Only two starts, but pitched really well in his first, and badly in his second. He's generally a very good pitcher so hoping he continues to perform like start number 1. Josh Beckett (Red Sox): Very bad year this year before going on the DL, but I'm hoping the bad year was because of his injury. Randy Wells (Cubs): Started the year off terribly, but has rebounded nicely giving up only 5 runs in his last 5 starts. Hoping he keeps it going. ------- Hitting wise, I just lost David DeJesus (Royals) for the year, and picked up Matt Diaz (Braves) to replace him. DeJesus was doing great, so I'm sad to see this, but Diaz, after coming off the DL, has been red hot, so I hope he keeps hitting.