Rookie Keeper Mock #2 – Keith Law, ESPN

Posted: January 28, 2011 in League News

Here is a sneak peek into some ESPN Insider information as we mock the 2011 OBFBL Rookie Keeper Draft using Keith Law’s prospect rankings that are now live on ESPN.  It is very interesting to see that outside of the top 2 Law and Mayo are extremely different in their evaluations.

#1 Aurora Asshats                                               #7 Pickering Dynasty
Mike Trout, Angels                                                Shelby Miller, Cardinals

#2 Ajax Super Sods                                             #8 Aurora Asshats
Bryce Harper, Nationals                                         Aaron Hicks, Twins

#3 Whitby Poo Dogs                                            #9 Brampton Blue Balls
Domonic Brown, Phillies                                         Zach Britton , Orioles

#4 Frankford Fury                                                #10 Pickering Dynasty
Eric Hosmer, Royals                                               Manny Banuelos, Yankees

#5 Brampton Blue Balls                                      #11 Whitby Poo Dogs
Julio Teheran, Braves                                            Kyle Drabek, Blue Jays

#6 Toronto Motorboats                                       #12 Pickering Dynasty
Wil Myers, Royals                                                  Jeremy Hellickson, Rays

Comments
  1. Ryan says:

    Asshats is already screwing it up…I took Teheran #5 – pay attention! …but honestly, you can have him.

  2. Paul says:

    I was just going to say that Law screwed it up, but thanks for having so much faith in me!

  3. Asshats says:

    Nice problem to have, but I bounce between Trout and Harper every 10 minutes…….can’t really go wrong, but Harper will be in the show sooner, so I guess it’s a question of how long I can wait…….

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    • , I’m 100% on board with what I think is your main point:That while he was probably lovely man, and that the restaurant people who knew him are probably genuinely mourning his loss… that doesn’t change the fact that if the restaurant chooses to continue marketing itself in this way, they’re also hypocrites.Weighing over 500 lbs, even at 6’8 is a terrible, terrible strain on all of your organs. Have you ever tried to breathe while a kindergartener sits on your chest? It’s not easy. Now imagine adding pneumonia to the mix. I’m not a doctor and – more importantly, I am not HIS doctor – but it’s not a leap to believe that his weight contributed to his death.Choosing to live a lifestyle that would seem to contribute to his weight situation was Mr. River’s choice. He’s paid the price, as will his family that is left behind.But the restaurant that was using him as a, well, figurehead (emphasis on the figure, in this case) trying to point at others as being cynical? Way to point out the speck in another’s eye while ignoring the post in your own, as the saying goes.

    • The voice of rationality! Good to hear from you.

    • Pembiayaan says:

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    • Your articles are for when it absolutely, positively, needs to be understood overnight.

  4. obfbl says:

    You guys know better – Classic Conley Typo…….FIXED!

  5. Asieh says:

    Rand Paul: If I were President, I would have fired you.Hillary Clinton: (in her mind) If you were President, I never would have taken the job in the first place, toupee-boy.

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