Found February 22, 2013 on Sons of Roto:
There will be no fancy introduction. The revolution will not be televised. The rabbit hole awaits you. Go. I could have ranked Clayton Kershaw as my fourth SP, behind Verlander, Strasburg and Lee, but I never pay top price for any Starting Pitcher. Ole peg leg does not concern me. Press the ignore button and watch the problem disappear. Weeeeeeee! [Kershaw makes the Do Not Trust List] If my future self (I don't trust your future self) came back to tell me Stephen Strasburg pitched 220+ Innings in 2013, he'd sit atop my SP rankings. I stuck him with 195 IP, but again, who cares. Million Dollar Managers do not pay $30 for any SP. I'll let someone else blow their wad on this Bat Boy look-a-like. Felix Hernandez will not pitch for any of my teams. He will receive no run support (see: poor Win total),  he has elbow issues, he is losing velocity and he just got paid. It's all downhill from here. Let's leave Felix to the Brandon Funstons of the world. ...
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