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Roto Riteup: May 15, 2015

Today represents the 12th year mark since The Matrix Reloaded was released in the United States. While not as ground breaking as the first Matrix, Reloaded had its moments. In my estimation it was certainly better than The Matrix Revolutions.

On today’s agenda:
1. Consider Peter Bourjos
2. Brett Anderson‘s finds some strikeouts
3. Quick thoughts on Emilio Bonifacio
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 14, 2015

Congratulations to Juventus! After dispatching Real Madrid they now get the honor of most likely getting crushed by Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League final. They could certainly upset Barca, however it’d take a herculean effort from the Italian club.

On today’s agenda:
1. Justin Turner, starting third baseman?
2. Marlon Byrd heats up
3. Bad news for Drew Smyly
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 13, 2015

Today the second leg of the Real Madrid vs Juventus UEFA semi-finals will be played. Count on yours truly tuning in to hopefully watch Juve advance.

On today’s agenda:
1. I still like Stephen Strasburg
2. Matt Moore‘s progression
3. George Springer‘s return
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 12, 2015

Yesterday marked the 10 year anniversary of the Leeroy Jenkins video. While not a WoW player myself (shocking, I know) this video was inescapable back in the day.

On today’s agenda:
1. Time to buy Adam Eaton
2. Maikel Franco watch
3. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 11, 2015

Hopefully you enjoyed your Mother’s Day weekend, because it’s time to go back to work for the man. Today’s Roto Riteup should help ease your transition back into being a productive member of society.

On today’s agenda:
1. Jung-ho Kang and the Pirates infield
2. Various news and notes
3. Streaming Pitcher Options

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Roto Riteup: May 10, 2015

Some would say today’s Roto Riteup is fat with analysis, but I’d say it’s just big boned. Oh, and happy Mother’s Day!

On today’s agenda:
1. Carlos Rodon’s starting debut
2. Fun with arbitrary endpoints
3. Various news and notes
4. Streaming Pitcher Options

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Roto Riteup: May 9, 2015

Today’s Roto Riteup is presented by Cat Facts. Cat Facts, where you learn that collectively, kittens yawn about 200 million times an hour.

On today’s agenda:
1. Welcome to the bigs: Noah Syndergaard
2. All is right with Gio Gonzalez
3. Various news and notes
4. Streaming Pitcher Options

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Roto Riteup: May 8, 2015

Since the May 10 Roto Riteup falls on a day where the despicable capable Zach Sanders is responsible for it, I’ll use today to note The Starting Line’s second album, Based on a True Story, was released on May 10, 2005. Somewhat off-topic, Sanders made a joke on Twitter the other day about the two of us creating a podcast and I begrudgingly decided to hear him out. I’m just not sure the world is ready for our potential podcast.

On today’s agenda:
1. Don’t panic over Corey Kluber
2. Michael Bourn to be platooned
3. Yasmani Grandal‘s big day
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 7, 2015

In addition to yesterday marking the 11th year since Friends wrapped up, May 6 also signifies the sixth year mark since the final episode of the original eight seasons of Scrubs. The last few minutes of the episode My Finale ranks among favorite sitcom endings of all time.

On today’s agenda:
1. The return of Coco Crisp
2. J.J. Hardy offers infield power
3. Noah Syndergaard watch
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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Roto Riteup: May 6, 2015

Today marks the 11th year since Friends ended. Though I didn’t watch the show regularly — my sister loved it, so I would catch episodes here and there — Chandler was the best character.

On today’s agenda:
1.  Shane Greene struggles
2. Brandon Morrow to the disabled list
3. Welcome back, Scooter Gennett
4. Streaming Pitching Options
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