Eno Sarris Baseball Chat 3/7/13

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Graphs: Baseball, Roto, Beer, brats (OK, no graphs for that...yet), repeat. Follow him on Twitter @enosarris.

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  1. James says:

    McCutchen stole 20 bases last year and was caught 12 times. 20 for 32 is not an elite rate, or even a good one for that matter. If that was his success rate when he wasn’t stealing much, or most likely attempting in ideal situations, why would you trust him to steal a bunch of bags this year in possibly worse running situations?

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  2. Nick says:

    After doing most of my projection based rankings for this year I have Cliff Lee as the 3rd or 4th best pitcher after kershaw and verlander, with the possibility of all of them getting blown out by strasburg depending on his IP. What I was curious about is why he went in the 6th in the Rotographs mock draft. Is it an age concern, injury, ect? I was pretty comfortable taking him in the 3rd in my drafts and feeling like a got a steal but now I feel uneasy.

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  3. Andy says:

    RAZOR – Sorry. I had to duck out before the end of the chat. I didn’t see your question until I finished reading the chat this afternoon. I found the craft brew display at the Pick N’ Save on 124th and Capital. Don’t know if all the Pick N’ Saves have that or not. Hopefully you check the comments and see this. Again, my bad.

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    • Rob says:

      Try Outpost in Tosa-not huge but interesting. Ray’s liquor store on North is a must-sensory overload.

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      • Andy says:

        Thanks for the recs! Ray’s is about a 5-10 minute drive from my house. Might have to hit that place up tomorrow night.

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  4. Ben says:

    The song is actually Walking on a Dream by Empire of the Sun. But I’m kinda cheating because I am Australian and it was a massive hit here, rather than some weird foreign thing to you guys.

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    • Schide says:

      I saw “thrill of it” in the lyrics and thought it was the Robert Randolph Band song then I read the lyrics fully and was disappointed.

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