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Reedster  
Subject:  Sheffield listed as day to day
Date:  5/01/06, 12:25am
First, Derrek Lee. Now Sheffield... fortunately, not a break (allegedly). My money league team is going to give me fits this year.

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Message #3320 of 6634  *NEW*
To:  Reedster
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The Olde English Ds  
Subject:  Re: Sheffield listed as day to day
Date:  5/1/06, 6:55am
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Don't you just feel terrible for the Yankees? and Reedster?

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Message #3349 of 6634  *NEW*
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attacksquad  
Subject:  Re: Sheffield listed as day to day
Date:  5/2/06, 4:57pm
I feel you. My ESPN league team is going down without Lee or Sheff. I have both. Not that he is the same level player, but I also had Kinsler from Texas. I cannot catch a break this season with that team!!!

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Message #3351 of 6634  *NEW*
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Reedster  
Subject:  Re: Sheffield listed as day to day
Date:  5/2/06, 5:11pm
>I feel you. My ESPN league team is going down without Lee or
>Sheff. I have both. Not that he is the same level player, but
>I also had Kinsler from Texas. I cannot catch a break this
>season with that team!!!

I also have C.C. Sabathia (who is fortunately back, but I lost him for a month nearly in his first 3 innings of work), and Brian Roberts.

As an example of how hard it is to keep up with fantasy baseball, as everyone here knows, I update this site AND I do a weekly podcast AND I have four fantasy teams.

An office mate told me this morning that Roberts was hurt... I didn't even notice.

Which leads me to a conclusion: I have now reached that place of baseball nirvana where it is simply possibly to know TOO much that you can't see the forest from the trees.

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