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Do you think Wandy's injury is anything to worry about... Also, do you think Oswalt is headed to the DL?
Christopher Harris (11:01 AM)
Hi, everyone. Welcome to your Monday morning fantasy baseball chat. And hello, Nick -- let's see...Astros pitching. Wandy-wise, I guess the only thing we have to go on right now is how he himself says he feels, and he says he's not going to miss a start despite coming out of his last game with a hamstring strain. So I'm going to believe that for the moment. As for Oswalt...he's officially scratched from his start this week, but claims he'll be able to go next Saturday. That's obviously a little less certain.
How will Mat Latos fair today?
Christopher Harris (11:03 AM)
Hi, Joe. I'm fixing to consider Latos for a top-80 rank in 60 Feet 6 Inches today, but it's definitely contingent upon how he does tonight against the Braves. I *think* he'll be good, because he's shown nothing else so far in his short big-league career. Obviously, it's tough to guarantee anything with the kids....
Chris, now that Branyan,s avg has come back to normal , would you concider dropping him for Adam Laroche, and his 2nd half tendencies, or are these guys so similar it wouldn,t matter either way.
Christopher Harris (11:06 AM)
Hi, Rob -- yeah, Branyan is certainly regressing to the mean. I actually talked about this briefly with Matthew Berry on this morning's Fantasy podcast...I'm not a big believer in first-half vs. second-half, though I know Matthew is. I tend to think it's too big a statistical sample size to be truly meaningful, so I'm not ready to jump all over LaRoche. But I do think Branyan's played so far above his head, I'd rather have LaRoche at *any* time of year.
We finally got to see Kemp batting 5th last night and he responded with 5 RBIs, has Torre come to his senses or do you think we'll see him fall back down to 7th,8th 9TH!!, once again.
Christopher Harris (11:09 AM)
Hello there, person who is sitting 10 feet away from me in this coffee shop. I wish I had insight into how Joe Torre makes lineups -- we all know Kemp has been hitting well enough to hit higher in that Dodger lineup pretty much all year, so why did he change him now? Wish I knew. The fact is, of course, that Kemp is ownable in every league under the sun regardless, and has performed really well hitting wherever. I wouldn't trade him almost no matter what (unless I was blown away), so I guess I don't worry too much about whether he's establishing more or less trade value. That doesn't mean it's not frustrating, though.
will carpenter get cy young consideration? or does Lincy have it locked up?
Christopher Harris (11:09 AM)
Hi, Nate. I think it's gotta be Lincecum, especially if the Giants stay in playoff contention all year. Carp has been terrific, but remember, he also missed significant time early this year.
Hey Chris, can you please help with a SS fill-in for Sexi this week? As you can imagine the FA pool is slim, so deep mixed league fill-ins please? Many thanks!!!
Christopher Harris (11:13 AM)
Hi, Teddy. Yeah, Alexei Ramirez has a badly sprained ankle, and looks like he'll be out for a while. As for fill-ins -- it's hard to know who is and isn't available in your league, but names you could consider: Asdrubal Cabrera, Craig Counsell, Cristian Guzman, Elvis Andrus...heck, if it's really deep, Julio Lugo as a short-term fix, maybe?
Do you have high hopes for Pedro?
Christopher Harris (11:14 AM)
Hi, Joe. I really don't. I know he's supposedly throwing harder than he did last year, but I just can't imagine this is going to go well. He's likely a five-inning fifth starter who won't strike out many. Not the stuff of mixed-league glory, though it's possible he'll bump J.A. Happ from the rotation, I guess....
Is it worth owning either Matusz or Tillman right now?
Christopher Harris (11:15 AM)
Hi, Chris. In a 10-team mixed (i.e., ESPN standard), I think you'd have to be pretty desperate. I like Tillman more than Matusz at the moment, but I may be biased, because I've seen Tillman pitch in person, and he's a really good prospect. But he was up in the zone in his first outing, and got hit hard (three solo homers). I'm probably putting them both on a watch list for now, but not quite adding them in shallow leagues.
Is Aaron Pordea going to start for the pardres this season?
Christopher Harris (11:18 AM)
Hi, Brandon. I hope so. He's in the minors for the moment, but I think the Padres have to be thinking about adding him to their rotation pretty soon. He's got No. 2 starter upside as soon as next year in that ballpark...he needs to work on his offspeed stuff, but he could be a surprise for fantasy as soon as a couple weeks from now.
Why am I not starting every day?!
Christopher Harris (11:20 AM)
Well, I guess by now it's pretty clear that Kelly Shoppach is *not* the future of backstop play in Cleveland. And considering next year is starting to look like a lost one for the Tribe, can you blame them for wanting to look at their kids? I can't definitively say that Carlos Santana will be ready to be the starter next year, but between him and Lou Marson, you have to believe that *someone* will be better and more worthy than Shoppach.... I can definitely understand it.
Chris Volstad has been pretty good over the past month ( 2.91 ERA - 1.15 WHIP - 20 K ). Do you see him finishing strong over the final 2 months?
Christopher Harris (11:22 AM)
Hi, Drew, for me, Volstad's issues are that he's just not turning into a strikeout guy. He fits the profile of a ground-ball pitcher, which is valuable (though not entirely necessary in his home ballpark), and the fact that he walked four in two of his past three outings worries me a little. I've resisted the temptation to raise him too high in my starting pitching ranks...I'll have him around No. 50 again this week.
Any news on Aramis Ramirez? Safe to start?
Christopher Harris (11:24 AM)
Hi, Joe. Yeah, from what I understand, I think he's OK. He took a day off yesterday after being hit in the head, but he's supposed to be back today. Here's hoping.
When will Lou have enough of Gregg and move Marmol to closer? I've certainly had enough.
Christopher Harris (11:25 AM)
Hi, Pete...man, if it hasn't happened at this point, I have a sense that it won't. Marmol actually hasn't been as lights-out as we expected him to be this year, and considering how hot the Cubs are, I wouldn't expect any major changes just now. But I hear you. I still think overall Marmol is the better pitcher.
Lastings Milledge (Pitt)
Hey Christopher, Am I ready to finally start living up to my potential this year?
Christopher Harris (11:27 AM)
Well, heck, I dunno. I think teams that are in dire need of steals who can pick him up for free should do so. But he's the kind of kid that I think is going to have a hard time living up to anything. I don't think he's ever going to be the five-tool stud he was projected to be. But steals-wise? I think he can be legit right now. And he does help that Pirates outfield defense be mighty good right now.
DL (Crisis Hotline)
CHRIS, Bay and Kinsler out with my playoffs on the line this week! Any news on Bay? Will Jose Lopez save my season? I need answers and I need them fast. Can you help????
Christopher Harris (11:28 AM)
Come in off the ledge. Yeah, the Kinsler thing hurts. I know that Matthew Berry was saying on this morning's podcast that he thinks Omar Vizquel can be a decent fill-in, though I have my doubts. I don't think that Bay is hurt...that was just a scheduled day off yesterday. The larger point is that he's been pretty awful at the plate lately, but you have to stick with him. As for Jose Lopez...I have to admit that *I* wouldn't want him to have to save an entire fantasy team, but hey, crazier things have happened.
What do you think of Derrick Holland this week with two starts (OAK and ANA)? Would you start him over Kawakami with two starts (SD and LAD)?
Christopher Harris (11:30 AM)
Hi, Paul. Good question. As of last week, Kawakami would've been the no-brainer answer, just 'cuz Holland hadn't lived up to 1/10th of his hype yet. But boy, that last outing of his (double-digit Ks) was a tease, wasn't it? Yeah, y'know, for this week only, I think I'm going Holland.
Not Mattitiyahu (Amherst)
Can "the other" Beckham keep up this pace down the stretch or do you think that pitchers will figure him out now that he's had some time in the league.
Christopher Harris (11:32 AM)
Well, N.M., I think with Posh Spice in his camp, he's the can't-miss kid of Major League Soccer. Or is that indoor lacrosse? (Insert rimshot here.) I think Gordon Beckham is legit. I don't think he'll be figured out, because he's a big-time hitting prospect. I'd like to see him get in some games at short with Alexei Ramirez out, because it would be nice to see him retain that SS eligibility for next year. But as far as owning him...I still wholeheartedly recommend it.
David (Los Angeles)
Hey Chris! Thoughts on Jerad Weaver...he's been terrible. Yesterday was almost encouraging though in WHIP and K's. Is he prime for a turnaround? Thanks!
Christopher Harris (11:34 AM)
Hi, David. Yeah, I've whiffed so far forecasting Matt Cain's demise, but I was simultaneously dissing Weaver, and that's turned out to be prophetic. I mean, it's always terrific when someone fans a ton of hitters. But Weaver's been so homer-prone, and his lucky BAABIP and strand rate are finally coming back to bite him. I'm not saying he's not ownable, because he is. But he's not the top-30 guy he seemed to be in the season's first couple months.
Garrett Jones (Millerville)
1 homer and a couple steals last 10 games, after my hot start am I a buy low guy now or is this more like what I will be going forward?
Christopher Harris (11:34 AM)
Yeah, I think this is pretty much what Mr. Jones is. It was a blip.
Joey (San Jose)
What is wrong with Josh Hamilton? Would you take Kubel over Hamilton for the rest of this season?
Christopher Harris (11:35 AM)
Hi, Joey. That's a *really* good question. Man, I'm not sure. It'd be a terrible, gut-wrenching decision (get it?) to have to get rid of Hamilton and then see him get right and turn it on. But Kubel has obviously been a top-20 slugger in the AL this year, and you can make an argument for top 10. At this moment, I think I'd probably take Kubel. But I'd also be really scared to pull the trigger.
I need to move Beckham from my minor league spot to the starting line-up. Do I drop another white sox player such as Thome or Posednik, or do I drop one of these pitchers: Liriano, Millwood, Hunter, Cook, or Volstad? Another option is to drop Russell Martin but that leaves me with no backup for the important catcher position and no good options on the waiver wire.
Christopher Harris (11:36 AM)
Hi, Brian. Yeah, you should activate him, and I'd say you have a couple pitching candidates. Hunter has been a nice little story, but I'd easily value Beckahm way over him. Plus unless you're able to get Podsednik in your lineup because you really need steals, I have no qualms saying Beckham is better than him, too.
Charlie (Syracuse, NY)
Will Wigginton see his playing time increase now in light of Mora becoming an unhappy camper?
Christopher Harris (11:38 AM)
Hi, Charlie. That's something else Berry and I were discussing on the podcast today. (Man, am I making that show sound awesome or what?) This seems to happen every year with Wigginton...he disappoints in the first half because he doesn't get consistent playing time, but then something happens, and he winds up getting regular at-bats and performing. I think he's an add in a deeper mixed league...not because he's a "second-half" player, but because the second half is when his chances to play usually come.
Thoughts on Feliz getting promoted in Texas. Can we see a Chamberlain type performance from a couple of years ago?
Christopher Harris (11:39 AM)
Hi, Steve. Yeah, I'm pretty pumped to see this kid face big-league hitters. He throws it 100 mph, after all, and it's not like he's Joel Zumaya who only has to throw like 20 pitches in an outing. He's a starter. He's a horse. But of course, as you imply, he's probably not being brought *up* to be a starter just now...he's going to the bullpen for the moment. As such, it's hard to assign him much fantasy value. But if the Rangers like what they see and, say, Kevin Millwood's tush stays injured? I wouldn't say it'd be impossible that we see Feliz start a couple games this year. And next year, I think watch out.
Maybe this will catch your eye, who do you like Forte or Jones-Drew?
Christopher Harris (11:41 AM)
Hi, Ryan. It *did* catch my eye. Regular readers know I'm a football guy above all else -- and right now, I'll say MJD. I'm not convinced he'll be a true "feature back" (i.e., 20 carries per game), but he gets all the good things we like from our fantasy RBs: goal-line carries and catches. Plus the Bears came out yesterday and said they don't think they'll use Forte as much in the passing game this year. So right now, I'm saying Jones-Drew.
Please, deadline in 20 minutes...Is Wiggington a better option than: Chris Coghlan( will he be supplanted by Conrad Maybin?), Angel Pagan (will he lose time to Beltran?), Rajai Davis (can he keep this up?) or Delwyn Young?Thank you!
Christopher Harris (11:42 AM)
Hi, Tam. I can't say definitively, of course. We're talking about borderline options here, obviously. But if you need speed, Davis would probably be the guy. Otherwise, yeah, I think right now I like Wigginton better than any of those other guys. Though I can't rule out a big month from Coghlan, either. (If Maybin comes up, I'm not positive it'll be to entirely replace Coghlan, by the way.)
Chris-Real Quick Name Game: Buehrle or (the aforementioned) Jered Weaver...identical ERAs as of today, nearly identical BABIPs. Buehrle's better for WHIP, Jered for K's, and you can't predict wins...thoughts?
Christopher Harris (11:43 AM)
Hi, Steve. Yeah, I think I'm still going Buehrle. One thing that tips the scales is Weaver's fly-ball tendencies. Don't have them right in front of me, but I believe he's the most extreme flyball pitcher in the majors this year. Buehrle will break your heart every so often with a clunker, but I just trust him more.
Rowland-Smith: name to know or hype with a hyphen? He does have 2 starts...
Christopher Harris (11:44 AM)
Hi, JDK, it's funny, I've had RRS on my DL list in about three AL-only leagues this year, and have activated him all and reaped the (brief) rewards. He's *not* a dominating guy who's going to threaten no-hitters very often. But I like his arm, as do the Mariners. I wouldn't go near him in a mixed league, but in a deeper AL-only? I think he's worth a try. Plus, he's Australian.
al (Fredericksburg, VA)
quick one - is the flyin hawaiian a safe start this week?
Christopher Harris (11:46 AM)
Hi, Al. Honestly, I don't know. Victorino was able to pinch-hit on Saturday, but he couldn't play yesterday. I *think* he'll be back in the lineup in the next couple days, but honestly, it's really hard to know. I would say if you have really good other options, you might go with 'em to be safe. In my leagues where I own him, though, I've got him active.
With Hunter coming back soon, should I drop Garrett Jones or Adam Kennedy? Thanks!
Christopher Harris (11:46 AM)
Hi, Anthony. I think it's Jones. Kennedy has really surprised the last couple months, and Jones' surprise really only lasted a week. Don't love either, but Kennedy would be the guy I kept.
Joba getting leashed to an innings limit? Will he start missing starts?
Christopher Harris (11:48 AM)
Hi, Eric. That's a great question, and one I was just wrestling with for 60 Feet 6 Inches ranks. He supposedly has a 160-inning limit this year, but will the Yanks stick to it? He's already over 110. They're pushing him back this week, but it's hard to know if that's more about the innings thing or wanting him to face the Red Sox. For the moment, I've decided to quasi-ignore that possibility in my ranks, because when push comes to shove, I think they're going to have to leave him in the rotation. They ain't putting Hughes in. But you're right...it's a factor...
Hi Christopher. I picked Howie Kendrick off the waiver wire with plans to start him and deal Cano for help in the OF. Will Howie be good enough from here on out to justify trading away Cano? Thanks!
Christopher Harris (11:50 AM)
Hi, Bob. I like Kendrick's resurgence quite a bit, though obviously as you imply, it wouldn't be enough to rank him above Cano. But you ask a good question...I think Kendrick will cool down, but if you could get a ton for Cano, I think it could be worth it. In short, yeah, I think Kendrick will hit well enough to be worth using as a starter, so if you could go out and get a really good pitcher for Cano, for example, that might be worth doing.
jeff (Rochester, NY)
I'm in bad shape at cathcer. Would you suggest dropping Doumit for Iannetta or Montero?
Christopher Harris (11:51 AM)
Hi, Jeff. Yeah, y'know, I probably like Iannetta a little more than I do Doumit. Montero has been red-hot obviously, but I'm not sold he'll continue hitting at the same pace as those other two guys. Might you be able to trade Doumit to some horribly catching-needy team? I do still have him as a top-10 fantasy catcher (in an admittedly horrible year for fantasy catchers).
Topic: Adrian Beltre....worth picking up as he comes off the DL tomorrow? What do you seen from him going forward? Drop Garrett Jones for him?
Christopher Harris (11:52 AM)
Hi, Swiggs. I guess I don't know, because too many guys have had shoulder surgery, come back to soon, and not had much power. But the reports I've read from Seattle beat guys have indicated Beltre has flashed some pretty nice power in his BP sessions. I don't have a problem saying you should add him over Jones. You should. But I'm suspicious Beltre will be himself over the next six weeks.
Chris - Any reason to worry about CC? I would say he has been pretty "ordinary" lately...but that might be a bit generous!
Christopher Harris (11:58 AM)
Hi, Wayne. You're right: five or more runs allowed in four of his past seven starts is mediocre. He's not been a consistently high-strikeout guy (though he's had those type of outings), and you have to wonder if maybe the massive innings from the past two years are wearing on him a little bit. He's been too hittable, and as of this week, for the first time this year, he's out of my top 10 starting pitchers (he's No. 11). Obviously still a possible dominator any time he takes the bump, but definitely disappointing.
Christopher Harris (11:59 AM)
(Sorry for the delay -- had kind of a bad crash here...I'll stick around for a while longer...)
Back to Kawakami: Can-he-help-me (this week)? Him or RRS in the battle of 2 start stiffs? Thanks!
Christopher Harris (11:59 AM)
Hi, Biff. Yeah, Kawakami has really fallen in my estimation lately. Still, though, I don't think I trust the Aussie enough. I like his matchup against the Royals, but not the Rays.
Last try: any opinion on Vernon Wells?
Christopher Harris (12:01 PM)
Hi, Matt. My opinion is -- he's a worse real-life player than his contract indicates, and a worse fantasy player than the hype that seems to surround him every March. Injuries have taken it out of him. Yeah, he's a double-double guy, but it's 10 and 14. Yawn. He's awful.
What do you see from Elvis Andrus and Chris Davis next year?
Christopher Harris (12:03 PM)
Hi, Monte. Well, one of those guys is in the majors and one isn't. I honestly don't know if Davis comes up before September -- the Rangers have seen that movie before. As for Andrus, he definitely slowed down in July, and I won't be surprised if he isn't as good overall in the second half as he was in the first. But shortstop is still a valuable position, and Andrus is fast. I think he's still ownable.
Russell Martin will be a top ___ catcher the rest of the way .....
Christopher Harris (12:07 PM)
Hi, Dave. I'm going to say Martin's a top 8 guy. Well, he's my No. 8 guy. (Sorry again for the delay -- connection issues.)
Thoughts on Brett Anderson rest of the way? His line drives per 9 stat is similar to other top pitchers.
Christopher Harris (12:08 PM)
Hi, Hank. I love Anderson's career prospects, and I think he's ownable in mixed leagues right now, though he's a rookie late into his rookie year, so he's going to be inconsistent. But I'll have him well within the top 80 tomorrow.
Alberto Callaspo (KC)
Why dont they bring my boy Kila up? He could make my empty BA not so empty by driving me home.
Christopher Harris (12:09 PM)
Yeah, I was really hoping the Royals would find something to do with Mike Jacobs to be able to bring up Kila to play DH. But given that it didn't happen, we might have to wait until September.
Aaron Hill (Toronto)
am i the next chase utley?
Christopher Harris (12:10 PM)
Well, that's maybe a *little* extreme. But Hill doesn't have to be Utley to be a star. He's having an unbelievable year, and there's little reason to think he can't be very good again next year. I think the Kinsler/Hill debate is going to be a furious one next year.
Porcello to the bullpen later this year with Washburn in?
Christopher Harris (12:11 PM)
Hi, CB. I'd have felt a lot safer saying that before Porcello's nice outing this weekend. But yeah, at some point, the Tigers say they're going to limit Porcello's innings. I don't necessarily think that has anything to do with Washburn's acquisition, but it may limit Porcello's fantasy value.
Smoltz isn't going to lose his job is he?
Christopher Harris (12:12 PM)
Hi, John. We'll see. He needs to get better. He gets the Yankees in Yankee Stadium next time out, and the way he's been hit lately, you could see seven homers in a couple innings. That said, he's throwing hard, and he's not walking guys. That *usually* leads to good stuff for a pitcher who hasn't lost velocity. The Red Sox don't have a ton of other good starter options just now, so I think Smoltz will stick around. But he has to get better.
Callaspo or Itzuris to fill in for Sexy?
Christopher Harris (12:12 PM)
Hi, JoJo. I think Izturis, believe it or not. Dude's on fire. Somehow both Kendrick and Izturis are providing tons of value.
Who gets more saves from here on out - Frasor or Jim Johnson? Both are FA's...trying to decide who to grab. THANKS!
Christopher Harris (12:13 PM)
Hi, Brian. I will say Johnson, but I know that Matt Berry (at his 3 p.m. ET chat this afternoon) will say Frasor. He likes Frasor, but I just feel like most of the time Frasor's been given a chance in the past couple seasons, he's been much better in setup roles. I worry Accardo could wind up stealing some thunder.
Aaron Hill (Toronto)
am i the next chase utley? you posted it but didnt answer
Christopher Harris (12:14 PM)
Sorry -- that's frustrating. I *wrote* an answer, but evidently it didn't post. Let's see, what did I say again? I think Utley is a bit extreme for a comparison, but Ian Kinsler might not be. That could be a fun debate next March, Kinsler v. Hill.
How good is McCutcheon after Saturday night's performance? Good enough to bench Grady or Rios?
Christopher Harris (12:15 PM)
Hi, Jon. I tend not to think so. I like McCutchen's potential a ton, and he clearly flashed it with the three-homer game. But Rios has driven in some runs over the past month. I can't justify benching him (or Sizemore).
one more... soto or doumit the rest of the way?
Christopher Harris (12:17 PM)
Hi, Matt. I'm not loving Doumit, but at least he's been back off the DL for a while. Soto, I can't say I'm sold he'll stay healthy the rest of the way. So begrudgingly, I'm going with Doumit, though it's close.
Time is Ticken (The Clock)
Is Kendry this good? continue into next year?
Christopher Harris (12:18 PM)
Yeah, I like Kendry a lot. I think he's got it in him to be a top-15 first baseman going forward. He's not an elite power hitter, but 23 homers with a .300 average at this point in the season is nothing to sneeze at.
The odds are against it, but if the Giants do make the playoffs can Lincy take home the Cy Young and the MVP? There's no doubt he is the most valuable as the Giants would be absolute bantha-fodder without him.....is it possible???
Christopher Harris (12:18 PM)
Hi, Geoff. I don't think it's possible, simply because there's this guy in St. Louis named Albert. But Lincecum *is* awesome.
Brian Bannister - force to be reckoned with now through next year??
Christopher Harris (12:19 PM)
Hi, Brody. Boy, I don't think so. He has to be so fine with his pitches, so while he goes through nice stretches, eventually he loses that razor's edge and gets hit. I wouldn't call him a force.
Christopher--What about the McCutcheon question...you posted it but didn't answer. Thanks!
Christopher Harris (12:20 PM)
Hi, Jon. Argh. I typed an answer for that one, too. Dunno what's happening in this session. I said that I like McCutchen a lot, but I wouldn't bench him for Rios or Sizemore. Sorry again.
is scott rolen going to be okay?
Christopher Harris (12:20 PM)
Hi, Brandon. From what I read this morning, yeah, it sounds like he's all right after his beaning. But stay tuned.
Thanks for staying late. Who's the better cubs pitcher, Lilly or Zambrano from here on out?
Christopher Harris (12:21 PM)
Hi, Brett. From this exact moment, I'd say Zambrano, just because Lilly's return date is unknown. Once Lilly's back, though, he's the one I'd rather have.
A lot of catching questions...where does Molina end up? After Iannetta?
Christopher Harris (12:22 PM)
Hi, Hassey. Yeah, I have him after Iannetta, but probably several spots lower than that. The power hasn't really been there for him this year (11 homers, right?), and he's a .250 hitter without a ton of upside. Don't love him. Like Iannetta more.
Are Jimmy Rollins and Nyjer Morgan going to as hot as they are I have both of them?
Christopher Harris (12:22 PM)
Hi, Brandon. I was "Alone on an Island" with Rollins at the All-Star Break, so he's a gratifying red-hot player. As for Morgan...I think he cools down some. J-Roll, though? I think he'll keep on truckin'.
Johnny Cueto (ridng pine this week)
Christopher Harris (12:23 PM)
Yep. He's fallen on hard times. Another guy I was trying to warn everyone about a couple months ago.
Hey Chris -- Looks like the chat erased your answer to the Lilly/Zambrano question...
Christopher Harris (12:24 PM)
Eesh. All right, gang, let me re-answer this one, and then I think I'll have to get going. Sorry for the technical difficulties today. I'll try and sniff out what happened. What I said about the Cubs pitchers was that from this moment forward, I would have to say Zambrano, because I don't know when Lilly's coming back. But once Lilly *is* back, I'd rather have him.
Christopher Harris (12:25 PM)
OK, this has been as frustrating for me as it has for you...sorry about that. Hopefully I got to some more questions by staying late, and as I say, I'll try and figure out what the heck happened here. Thanks to all of you for coming to this chat -- I wouldn't get to do this job without your interest and support, and as always, I'm humbled by how many questions we get in these chats. So thank you again, and I'll see you soon.
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