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Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Kazmir on DLPosted by Jonathan Halket at 11:33am
Scott Kazmir's on the DL with a strained quad, joining Oliver Perez and Chien-Ming Wang, among others, on the mercy train. There are fantasy implications for this general trend towards DLing pitchers instead of sending them down to the minors, a la Brett Myers - namely that you (or one of your opponents) can DL Kazmir and not waste a bench spot on him. A bit of a shame, since it takes away some of the strategy of fantasy.
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