Yankees startled by unexpected visitor in Safeco Field dugout

The New York Yankees were going about their business in impressive fashion on Wednesday when an unexpected and unwelcomed visitor dropped into their dugout.


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According to New York Daily News, a fan tumbled into the Yankees dugout during the eighth inning of their 5-0 win against the Mariners. Fortunately, the Yankees were in the field at the time of the incident. Otherwise there would have been a greater chance of the fan landing on and perhaps injuring a player or coach.

Instead, it seems he only rung his own bell.

From the Daily News story:

The Yankees dugout had mostly emptied out in the middle of the eighth inning as the Bombers took the field for the bottom of the frame.

That’s when Brian McCann heard what he described as “a loud thud,” then saw a fan on the floor of the dugout looking dazed and confused.

“He hit his head on the ground; it looked like he was out of it,” McCann said. “He basically knocked himself out. It was a loud thud, I turned around and he was out of it.”

Joe Girardi said the fan’s appearance in the dugout startled him initially.

“It kind of freaked me out, actually,” Girardi said. “I think he tried to jump in, but he was probably not in a state to be walking.”

It’s a pretty scary situation considering that no one actually knows what the man’s intentions were. He obviously had something in mind though if the reports that he jumped in are accurate.

A fan reportedly tumbled into the Yankees dugout during Wednesday's game at Safeco Field. (Getty Images)
A fan reportedly tumbled into the Yankees dugout during Wednesday’s game at Safeco Field. (Getty Images)

We’ve written a lot lately about keeping fans safe at the ballpark. That would include extra netting around home plate, which MLB has suggested should be extended to the inner edge of each dugout. Some are also in favor of netting that goes beyond the dugout, which given a situation like this would also protect the players from someone trying to gain access to the dugout.

It’s not something that happens a lot, fortunately. Though we’re sure security at various stadiums has done it’s part to prevent such incidents too. Still, it might not be a bad idea to consider that extra netting as a means to protect people on both sides.

Yeah, it may not make getting any autograph the most convenient. Sure, the fans line of a vision may be slightly obscured. If it means keeping people safer though, it’s worth considering on this larger scale.

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Albert Pujols, David Ortiz and Adrian Beltre reach remarkable milestones

Welcome to The Walk Off, the nightly MLB recap from Big League Stew. Here we’ll look at the top performers of the night, show you a must-see highlight and rundown the scoreboard. First, we start with a game you need to know about.

There were many notable moments on a wild Wednesday night around Major League Baseball. However, we’d say the three biggest belonged to three legends who at some point down the road will likely rent space in Cooperstown.

Those men are Albert Pujols, David Ortiz and Adrian Beltre.

In one night, all three reached a milestone worthy of its own headline. That they did it on the same night though seems pretty significant in its own right, so we’ll honor them together.

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We begin with Pujols, who started the Angels 8-2 win against Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays by going back-to-back with Mike Trout. That not only marked Pujols’ 24th this season, but the 584th of his career. That moved him past Mark McGwire and into sole possession of 10th place all-time.

Albert Pujols is now a top 10 home run in MLB history. (Getty Images)
Albert Pujols is now a top 10 home run in MLB history. (Getty Images)

The only men ahead of him now are Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), Babe Ruth (714), Alex Rodriguez (696), Willie Mays (660), Ken Griffey Jr., (630). Jim Thome (612), Sammy Sosa (609) and Frank Robinson (586), and it shouldn’t be long before Robinson is behind him too.

What a remarkable career he’s enjoyed.

Speaking of great careers, David Ortiz reached yet another milestone on Wednesday.

Despite the Red Sox 4-3 loss to the Rays in 11 innings, Ortiz delivered his 30th home run of the season. That made him the oldest player in MLB history to hit 30 home runs in a season. Beyond that, Ortiz has now reached 100 RBIs for the tenth time as a member of the Red Sox. That passed Ted Williams for the most 100-RBI seasons in franchise history.

Oh, and it’s the fourth time Ortiz has reached 30 homers, 100 RBI and 40 doubles in the same season. Only Pujols, Lou Gehrig, Stan Musial, Hank Greenberg, Mark Teixeira and Miguel Cabrera have done that before him. The territory Ortiz reaches becomes more elite with each passing game.

That brings us to Beltre.

In a game that also featured Yu Darvish’s historic first career home run, Beltre delivered the game winner in the Rangers 6-5 win against the Reds. Beltre’s two-out double in the eighth inning not only drove home Ian Desmond with the go-ahead run, it also gave him 2,900 hits for his career.

Beltre is only the 39th player in MLB history to reach the plateau. It also means the countdown to 3,000 is officially underway, and there’s no reason to believe Beltre won’t reach that milestone during the first half of the 2017 season.


Gary Sanchez: The amazing beginning continues. Sanchez launched his ninth home run in 19 games since being recalled on Aug. 3. He also worked well with starter Masahiro Tanaka to help lead the Yankees to a 5-0 win against the Mariners. Focusing on his offense though, Sanchez has enjoyed quite a run to begin his Yankees career. Even when you include his two games from last season, he’s making some Yankees history.

When you’re in that company, nothing more needs to be said.

Miguel Cabrera: Not to be outdone by anyone, Cabrera went 4-for-5 in the Tigers 9-4 win against the Twins. That included his 436th career home run, which puts him two behind Andre Dawson for 43rd on the all-time list. He drove in two and scored two.

Rich Hill: Blister issues delayed Hill’s Dodgers’ debut for over three weeks, but it proved to be worth the wait. Hill went toe-to-toe with Giants stud Johnny Cueto, tossing six scoreless innings. That allowed the Dodgers to take advantage of Cueto’s lone mistake. In the fourth inning, Justin Turner launched a solo home run that held up as the only tally in the Dodgers 1-0 win. And with that, the Dodgers now own a three-game lead in the NL West.


Jose Fernandez snapped the Royals nine-game winning streak with a dominant outing. Fernandez pitched seven scoreless innings in Miami’s 3-0 victory, striking out nine. In doing so, Fernandez became Miami’s single-season strikeout leader. He now has 213, surpassing Ryan Dempster’s mark of 209 in 2000.

Also, he got one giant pie to the face.


Astros 5, Pirates 4: Houston handed Gerrit Cole his third straight loss, scoring five runs in five innings.

Brewers 7, Rockies 1: Milwaukee completed a three-game sweep of Colorado behind a big game from Ryan Braun. The veteran outfielder delivered his 24th career multi-homer game, including a two-run shot in the seventh that served as the knockout punch.

A’s 5, Indians 1: Oakland completes a surprising series win thanks to a five-run fifth inning. Kendall Gravemen pitched well again too, allowing two runs on six hits over 6 2/3 innings.

Cubs 6, Padres 3: It’s another win for emerging Cy Young candidate Kyle Hendricks. In six innings, the Cubs right-hander allowed two runs on four hits while striking out eight. He’s 3-0 with a 1.53 ERA in August.

Orioles 10, Nationals 8: Washington scored five in the ninth inning, including Daniel Murphy’s first career grand slam. They even scored one against Zach Britton, ending his scoreless streak at 43 appearances. It still wasn’t enough to avoid their third straight loss.

Phillies 5, White Sox 3: Down goes James Shields again. He allowed four runs over six innings to fall to 5-16.

Cardinals 8, Mets 1: Every Cardinals starter had two hits except for leadoff man Matt Carpenter, who led-off the game with a home run. Mets starter Jacob deGrom has now allowed 25 hits over his last two starts.

Diamondbacks 10, Braves 9: Arizona blew a five-run eighth-inning lead, but wins it in 11 on Brandon Drury’s walk-off sacrifice fly.

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Cubs are first team in baseball to 80 wins after Jake Arrieta's gem

Welcome to The Walk Off, the nightly MLB recap from Big League Stew. Here we’ll look at the top performers of the night, show you a must-see highlight and rundown the scoreboard. First, we start with a game you need to know about.

Cross another milestone off the list for the World Series-favorite Chicago Cubs. They became the first team in baseball to reach 80 wins by beating the Padres 5-3 on Tuesday night.

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This wasn’t a surprise since nobody else in the league is particularly close. The Nats and Rangers each have 73 wins, so it would be at least another week for them to reach 80. Meanwhile, the Cubs’ win gives them a 13-game lead in the NL Central. It might time soon to start counting down magic numbers on the North Side.

Leading the way in this one was ace Jake Arrieta, who seems to have fully rebounded from a rough July. Arrieta is back to being one of the best pitchers in the league this month, winning each of his starts thus far.

Jake Arrieta helped the Cubs to their league-high 80th win. (AP)
Jake Arrieta helped the Cubs to their league-high 80th win. (AP)

His best performance of August came Tuesday as he pitched eight shutout innings, striking out six. The Padres were able to score three runs in the ninth to make the final score more respectable, but the Cubs were on them early. Kris Bryant homered in the third inning, then Addison Russell added another in the fifth.

The first to 80 wins doesn’t make a club the automatic champion, but the Cubs keep checking all the right boxes as the season goes on.


Yordano Ventura: It wasn’t the most dynamic pitching performance of the night, but with the Kansas City Royals looking to run their winning streak to nine, Yordano Ventura took the mound and delivered six shutout innings. That and a sixth-inning RBI single by Lorenzo Cain were enough for a 1-0 Kansas City win. And, yep, that’s nine in a row.

Ivan Nova: Looks like the Pittsburgh Pirates are already working their pitching magic with Ivan Nova, who they acquired at the trade deadline. Nova turned in his best start of the season, a complete game in which he allowed six hits and one run as the Pirates beat the Astros 7-1. Nova needed just 98 pitches to finish the job.

Adrian Gonzalez: He didn’t have eight RBIs like on Monday, but A-Gon led the Dodgers’ offense once again. He had two hits and three RBIs in the Dodgers’ 9-5 win over the rival San Francisco Giants. The Dodgers took Game 1 of this important series, meaning their NL West lead increased to two games.


The Reds got a combination of good things en route to a 3-0 win over the Rangers. Joey Votto had two RBIs. Dan Straily pitched six shutout innings. And Billy Hamilton gave us the defensive gem of the night. He traveled 123 feet on the ground for this amazing grab, registering 22 mph on Statcast and finishing it with a diving grab. Bravo, Mr. Hamilton.


Orioles 8, Nats 1: Chris Davis hits his 30th homer of the season for Baltimore and Mark Trumbo even got a couple of hits that weren’t homers. Imagine that.

Red Sox 2, Rays 1: Things are going so right for the Red Sox right now that even Clay Buchholz had a great game, striking out nine in 6.1 innings of one-run ball.

Blue Jays 7, Angels 2: Russell Martin knocks three hits and drives in two runs for the Jays. That kept them even with the Red Sox atop the AL East.

White Sox 9, Phillies 1: Jose Abreu homers for his third straight game.

Brewers 6, Rockies 4: The Rockies get 10 Ks from starter Jon Gray, but the Brewers managed six runs off the Rockies anyway.

Tigers 8, Twins 3: Detroit scores three runs in both the sixth and seventh innings for the comeback win.

Mets 7, Cardinals 4: Mets starter Jon Niese leaves with an injury in the first inning, but the Mets offense wasn’t phased. Jose Reyes and Asdrubal Cabrera each notched three hits.

Braves 7, D-backs 4: Matt Kemp has two hits, including a three-run go-ahead double in the eighth inning, to lead the Braves.

Yankees 5, Mariners 1: CC Sabathia tosses seven innings of one-run, three-hit ball to stifle the M’s.

A’s 9, Indians 1: A’s bats beat up on Danny Salazar, who gave up six runs in four innings.

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High Fives: Nelson, Lacy head the risk-reward club

Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy are two of the biggest risk-reward picks in '16.
Jordy Nelson and Eddie Lacy are two of the biggest risk-reward picks in ’16 (GETTY)

The Yahoo Fantasy Football ’16 season is officially in the crosshairs. With NFL teams deep into the preseason slate, Brandon Funston, Dalton Del Don and Scott Pianowski take a look at the players that could make or break their fantasy season. Let’s get to it …

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Top 5 players being drafted in the top 40 with the largest floor-to-ceiling disparity
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1. Thomas Rawls — Had he stayed healthy and been able to finish out ’15 the way he started, we might be talking about a top 10 overall pick – now he might be slow played early by ‘Hawks with C-Mike in mix 1. David Johnson — I wouldn’t blame anyone for taking him first overall, but DJ has 125 career carries. He has a short track record but the upside to produce huge numbers 1. Le’Veon Bell — Injury history, already in the league suspension program; obviously league’s best back when healthy
2. Devonta Freeman —  Was top RB in ’15, but just 10th at position in season’s second half – that slow down likely leading to much heavier timeshare with T.Coleman 2. Jordy Nelson – He’s the top option on arguably the league’s best offense, but Nelson is coming off major knee surgery and dealing with another issue as well 2. Sammy Watkins — If we were sure he’s 100 percent, we’d be drafting him in the first round
3. Keenan Allen — His ’14 season was a dud, last season was great (but cut in half by injury) – he’s a box of chocolates given his health and on again, off again production history 3. Alshon Jeffery — One of the league’s bigger injury risks, but we’ve yet to see what Jeffery can do during a full season without sharing targets with Brandon Marshall 3. Eddie Lacy — Went from “salad days” to “please order a salad”; still doesn’t look trim to me, but is in a contract year
4. Eddie Lacy — His past two seasons represent his floor-ceiling potential disparity well – No. 6 RB in ’14, No. 24 RB in ’15 4. Thomas Rawls — Has the upside to be a top-three fantasy back but is coming off a serious ankle injury, and it’s unclear if he’ll be Seattle’s true workhorse 4. Alshon Jeffery — Three words: “soft tissue injuries”

5. Carlos Hyde— Love his talent and big-time opportunity in Kelly system, but on the flipside you worry about health and O-line 5. Sammy Watkins – A healthy Watkins could turn into a first round worthy pick. But these type of foot injuries often recur 
5. Jordy Nelson — Issues with both knees, but if he’s right, has potential to be league’s best receiver


Top 5 safest picks among those being drafted in the top 40
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1. Antonio Brown — 16 games played, 110+ catches for 3 straight seasons, 100+ yards in 21 of past 40 reg. season games 1. Antonio Brown – He’s played 16 games in four of the past five years and has averaged 180 targets over the last three seasons 1. Antonio Brown — More bounce than a slinky, cannot be covered by legal, conventional defense
2. Brandon Marshall — 16 games played in 4 of past 5 seasons, finishing top 5 at WR in 3 of those campaigns – only player to record 1000+ receiving yards for 4 different teams 2. A.J. Green – He’s scored 10 or more touchdowns in three of the past four years 2. Julio Jones — A few more touchdowns would be nice, but a target monster and a physical dominator

3. Adrian Peterson — No. 2 RB in ’15 has delivered 1,100+ yards, 10+ TDs in 8 of 9 seasons 3. Aaron Rodgers – I’m not a fan at all of drafting QBs this early, but if you want safety, Rodgers is your guy 3. A.J. Green — My answer to No. 4 conundrum; always had floor, but upside beckons with major targets missing
4. Russell Wilson — Hasn’t missed a game in 4 seasons, and his finish among QBs (11 in ’12, 8 in ’13, 3 in ’14, 3 in ’15) has always been QB1 4. Brandon Marshall — Over the past five years, he’s averaged 94 catches for 1,248 yards and 10 touchdowns 4. Brandon Marshall — He’s missed just five games in seven years, astounding for a player who plays with maximum physicality
5. Cam Newton — Only 2 DNPS of career in ’14 led to the only time in 5 seasons that he finished outside the top 5 QBs 5. Cam Newton – Again, I wouldn’t take a QB in the first 60 picks let alone 40, but Newton certainly has a high floor 5. Greg Olsen — An eyelash outside the cutoff, but I’ll include him, as he hasn’t missed a game since 2007


Top 5 must-have RB handcuffs
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1. DeAngelo Williams — He’s RB1 level when Bell is out (and we already know he’ll be out the first 3 games) 1. Jerick McKinnon — Adrian Peterson is 31 years old and approaching 2,500 career carries. Plus McKinnon is really good in his own right 1. Spencer Ware — I’m not much on handcuffs but I’ll outline my favorite lottery tickets; Ware is a bowling ball who keeps chugging, especially around the goal line

2. Spencer Ware — Backing up a guy that has suffered 2 ACL injuries in past 5 seasons, and showed healthy upside in lead role in final 7 games of ’15 (5.7 YPC, 5 TDs) 2. Tevin Coleman – Would be a monster if Devonta Freeman went down 2. Tevin Coleman — Just a year ago, he was the team’s preference to Devonta Freeman; might take an injury to flip it, but this running game will be fun for someone
3. Christine Michael — He’s been a preseason star, the Seattle backfield real estate is premium, and Rawls is coming off serious ankle injury 3. Derrick Henry – Not sure if he counts as a handcuff, because he might already be better than the player listed as RB1 on his roster 3. Jerick McKinnon — He’ll be a hot pickup if and when Peterson goes down; stash now, avoid the rush, dream about sizeable upside
4. McFadden/Morris — Not yet clear who would be the 1st up to replace Elliott if he were to go down, but there’s no question that player would be valuable behind the best O-line in the league 4. Christine Michael – He’s burned so many fantasy owners before, but the recent hype is real. Michael has tremendous upside 4. Cameron Artis-Payne — Jonathan Stewart has some mileage, and Payne probably ready for meatier role
5. Jerick McKinnon — Has averaged 4.9 YPC in career – the reason Minnesotans don’t fear life after AP 5. Keith Marshall – Matt Jones had the lowest YPC among the 47 backs who qualified last year and is now dealing with a shoulder injury 5. McFadden/Morris — I might gain 4.5 a pop behind that blocking sled


Top 5 players that you suggest owners should pump the brakes on the hype
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1. Terrance West — We know who West is, and it’s more bad than good – don’t let a couple buzzy preseason weeks start making you think differently 1. Carlos Hyde – I like the player but hate his situation and injury risk 1. Christine Michael — Everyone forget the 100 false positives (estimate) with this guy? Some players are forever August heroes; I’ll believe it when I see it
2. Kevin White — He looks great in t-shirt/shorts practice, but the learning curve is steep coming out of West Virginia and counting on WR3 production right away is too ambitious 2. Melvin Gordon – He was terrible last year and that was before he underwent microfracture knee surgery. Yields passing down and RZ work to Danny Woodhead 2. Melvin Gordon — I still hate the offensive line, but I love their passing game
3. Arian Foster — That he’s likely to be MIA lead RB is nice, but he’s 30 with lengthy injury history and SOS currently ranks as toughest for a RB 3. Derek Carr – Maybe he massively improves in Year 3, but Carr owns a career 6.2 YPA mark 3. Josh Gordon — Four-game wipeout to start, plus he’s hurt; the last time we saw him on an NFL field, he wasn’t doing much
4. Keenan Allen — As mentioned in the floor/ceiling section at the top, I just can’t conjure top 20 overall faith given his uneven track record 4. Coby Fleener – I can certainly see the upside, but we are talking about a player who’s averaged 35.9 yards per game throughout his career 4. Arian Foster — Injuries come standard, and he flat-out sucked last year 

5. Michael Floyd — Flashy look to his game but, despite just 1 DNP in 4-year career, has averaged only 52 catches, 823 yards and 4.8 TDs per season 5. Demaryius Thomas – I just really worry about Denver’s quarterback situation 5. Sammie Coates — Drawing single-digit rounds here and there, but good luck finding him on opening day 


Top 5 players that have grabbed your attention after two preseason games
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1. Marvin Jones — Jones won’t be nearly the 2nd fiddle he was in Cincy – he could lead this pass-heavy offense in TD catches and give Golden a run for his money in yardage too 1. Robert Griffin III – He’s impressed and looks healthy. RG3 is definitely back on the radar in 2QB leagues 1.  Dak Prescott — Almost looks too good to be true
Christine Michael — It’s amazing how quickly he has made a 180 degree turnaround in terms of gaining the trust of the SEA coaching staff 2. Dak Prescott – It’s just the preseason of course, but few players have performed better in August. At minimum, Prescott’s emergence should help the fantasy value of Dez Bryant should Tony Romo get hurt again 2. Tajae Sharp — A good example of the type of player who is consistently underrated; pinball numbers in college weren’t fully respected
3. Virgil Green — Has a big opportunity at a Barnidge-like late career breakout, and he’s off to a strong start 3. Eddie Lacy – He looks to be in much better shape, which is pretty much everything when it comes to Lacy 3. Jeremy Langford — America’s Most Polarizing, but might be ready to take this gig and run with it
4. Tajae Sharpe — He’s got good size, runs great routes, has sticky hands, and put up crazy catch totals at UMass (196 in final 2 seasons) – he’s looking like a Week 1 starter 4. Jeremy Langford – He’s more than staked his claim as Chicago’s feature back 4. Will Fuller — I try to stay grounded with young receivers, but looks ready for an immediate role
5. Vance McDonald – Another strong TE sleeper, he put up good numbers working with QB Gabbert down stretch in ’15 and has picked up where he left off this preseason 5. Ryan Mathews – If he can somehow stay healthy, RB1 numbers should follow as the clear lead back in Philly 5. Derrick Henry — I’m not as down on DeMarco Murray as many are, but no denying Henry is jumping off the screen with regularity
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Expert Q&A: Fantasy busts, bargains and draft tips

There's reason to be leery of Jamaal Charles coming off a major injury.
There’s reason to be leery of Jamaal Charles coming off a major injury.

Yahoo Fantasy experts Brad Evans and Brandon Funston took your questions Monday during the second of six-straight days of Q&As on Facebook Live on the Yahoo Sports page. During the hour-long session, the pair covered several topics, including busts, potential bargains and much more.

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Here are some of the highlights.

Brad and Brandon opened up the festivities by each revealing a running back they would stay away from along with other situations they don’t like.

5:30 mark: Rob Gronkowski’s injury situation should give some reason for concern.

8th minute: Is James White ahead of Danny Woodhead and Gio Bernard in PPR?

10th minute: What is Kirk Cousins’ ceiling?

11:30 mark: Who is the biggest bust candidate between Adrian Peterson, Le’Veon Bell, Andrew Luck, or DeAndre Hopkins?

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13:30 mark: What is Drew Brees’ outlook for 2016?

14:50 mark: When should Le’Veon Bell come off the board?

16th minute: Keeper league debate between Mike Evans and Alshon Jeffery

17:30 mark: Will Doug Baldwin continue the magic of 2015?

18:30: How high should Melvin Gordon go?

19:45 mark: Which Tennessee RB gets the majority of the carries?

20:45 mark: Todd Gurley or David Johnson?

22nd minute: Can you trust Carlos Hyde or Ameer Abdullah?

25th minute: Favorite group of receivers available in the mid to late third round

27:30 mark: Why is Devonta Freeman falling?

29th minute: How late do you wait to take a QB?

31:20 mark: How does the Denver QB situation impact Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas?

33rd minute: 2016 outlook for Amari Cooper

34:40 mark: Can Josh Gordon be a WR2?

35:30 mark: Why is everyone down on Kelvin Benjamin?

38:30 mark: The guys defend Lamar Miller’s lofty ADP

42nd minute: Is Doug Martin in line for another good season?

45th minute: First Cowboy to take in your draft … Ezekiel Elliott or Dez Bryant?

45:40 mark: Is Jarvis Landry a WR1?

46:30 mark: What WR ranked outside the top 10 could finish in the top 5-10?

48:50 mark: Top-ranked RB to stay away from?

50th minute: What is Michael Thomas’ outlook with the Saints?

51st minute: What suspended players should be drafted and when?

52:40 mark: Thomas Rawls or Jeremy Langford?

53:20 mark: Biggest swing and miss pick this year

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