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Brad HandRP | San Diego Padres
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On the podcast coming later today, I felt a reverb. Luckily, I do everything while standing in a doorway because who has time to run to a doorway in the event of a earthquake? This reverb wasn't God practicing his spinning of tectonic plates. Oh no. This reverb wasn't Dr. Dre messing with Technics either. No siree, Bob. This was the Padres trading Brandon Maurer and Trevor Cahill to the Royals for Matt Strahm, Travis Wood and Esteury Ruiz. Damn, San Diego, save some of the trading deadline hype for other people. Okay, I'm laying it on too thick. This trade is okay for both teams. Royals appear to have playoff aspirations, and get bullpen depth that they should never use in Maurer and Cahill, who has some of the most extreme splits I've ever seen. In Petco: 0.72 ERA; elsewhere: 5.75 ERA. Goodbye, my old friend! Of course, this means Brad Hand officially officially becomes the closer. Wouldn't totally shock me to see Hand dealt -- to who? Phil Ivey? -- and Maton become the closer, but that's more for NL-Only. Matt Strahm is an interesting name for NL-Only leagues for next year. As of now, he's out after knee surgery, and he's from the crazy Ks and crazy walks variety show, Krazy BBs. By the way, I believe Esteury Ruiz is Rio Ruiz with a badly thought out new name in the Witness Protection Program. Anyway, here's what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:
BALLER MOVE: Addin All Saves Leagues OWNED IN: 29% of YahooLeagues ANALYSIS:Earlier today, Padres closer Brandon Maurer was traded to the Kansas City Royals along with Trevor Cahill and Ryan Buchter. Brad Hand should now take over as the new Padres closer, althoughit's possible that he can soon be traded as well. Hand has had... Read More
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The current trend indicates that there has been moderate movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Hand. In the past week his own percentage has increased by 13.03% . Meanwhile his start percentage has increased by 1.54% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Hand is 48.95% and his lowest is 23.66%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 94.80% and lowest is 85.43%.
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