Found May 29, 2012 on Razzball:
With games like this, who needs healthy elbows?  Certainly not Chris Sale.   Four score and two dozen ‘and that’s me quoting me’s ago, I posted our AL-Only team.  I went on about what a shambles the pitching staff was and how our only bat was Evan Longoria.  Sure, we had high hopes for Brad Peacock, but our starters were cheap tequila bad.  The more you looked at them, the worse The Gas Face you got.  All we had was Jake Peavy and Chris Sale.  ZOINKS!!! (Caps and teenaged-girl punctuation not for emphasis, but because my keyboard is sticky.)  And now that team is in first (with a .237 average — ha!).  You won’t find this non-advice from many fantasy baseball ‘perts, but no one really knows anything, as William Goldman will tell you about Hollywood.  We can guide you in the right direction, but players need to play the games.  Just because Longoria had a low BABIP last year, it doesn’t stop him from getting injured and just because a little pitcher that I loved in the preseason named C
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