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Justin Verlander And Fake Teams New Look

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Detroit Tigers' ace Justin Verlander took the hill against the most fearsome offense in the American League, the Boston Red Sox, and came out of it with no questions answered.  Six innings with five earned runs and ten runners allowed did nothing to quell the queasy feeling his fantasy owners have lived with all season.

Is there anything wrong with him?  Nothing that has been reported.  If that is true, then he should bounce back and be the Top 10 pitcher everyone expected before the season started.  He would also be an excellent buy low player.  The question is what do you offer to his disgruntled owner?


W-L G GS CG SHO SV BS IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP
2008 - Justin Verlander 1-6 8 8 0 0 0 0 49.0 51 40 35 7 21 30 6.43 1.47


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Off topic:  Fake Teams will be moving to SBNation's new format overnight.  Once you become accustomed to the new look, you should find it much easier.  The biggest change based on the very few compliants I hear is the new word minimum for  posts previously called "diaries".  It will be just 75 down from 300.