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  2. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    What is the Belt problem? Belt is only playing LF because of the injuries. Once they bring Pence and Mac back up, Belt will be back at first full time. The problem is that they don't want to cut Gorkys or Blanco and lose an OF, but they need to do something. Neither one of those guys should be getting full-time AB's. I sense a phantom DL stint coming up for one of them or Jackson to make room.
  3. New owner ASAP, Free ESPN Dynasty

    I'll join if it's available
  4. De'Angelo Henderson 2018 Season Outlook
  5. Who to drop for Gennett? WHIR

    Just some perspective on Schoop (who I own and it's painful to own him): Last year I dropped him around this time. Then in June, July and August alone, he hit .325 with 23 HR and 76 RBI. So I will hope for a repeat and bench him til he (hopefully) gets hot.
  6. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    He can't play CF anymore and might even be a defensive liability in RF according to the stats. SF is one of the toughest CF's in all of baseball and they learned the last couple of years trying to fake it with Span out there that having a guy in center that can't play it is a terrible idea.
  7. Peter Alonso 1b NYM

    Mets last night scored one run at home. I wonder how much longer the Mets are going to accept mediocre production at 1B.
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  9. Christian Villanueva 2018 Outlook

    Anyone laid eyes on Villanueva's games lately? He's got 3 HRs in his last 4 starts, though he was also benched in 4 of his last 9 games. He's 7/18 in his last 5 games started, and he hit the wire in the vast majority of leagues after that horrid stretch. Might be worth speculating on the bounceback.
  10. Anthony Miller 2018 Season Outlook

    Tru, but plenty will say "he only needs to stay healthy," and that's not true. He also needs to improve at every facet of the game to see the field, primarily in terms of assignments.
  11. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    That still doesn't solve the Belt problem... if he splits time between 1B and LF, I guess Pence will be sitting.
  12. Jerick McKinnon 2018 Outlook

    So, is he going to get more touches than a guy like Lamar Miller who goes 2 rounds later?
  13. Anthony Miller 2018 Season Outlook

    I think anyone who has any hope for Kevin White to make it through a full NFL season, let alone become a productive NFL wide receiver, is really getting their hopes up.
  14. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    I think Morales is the x-factor in this. He is known to go on huge hot streaks and he may be starting one now. If he's still not hitting come June then Guerrero should be up. Otherwise September is more likely.
  15. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    I mean this is the first year in mccutchens career he hasn’t played CF, don’t see why the 2 time gold glove winner can’t move back. He even express frustration over moving to right earlier in the season. Mac mccutchen and pence are their best bats and they need them all to be in and hitting
  16. Chicago Bears 2018 Offseason

    I don't think the Bears will sign an ILB likely... maybe... but he doesn't really have a great place to play unless the put him ROLB. I think if they make a move they go pass rush, no?
  17. Drop Hamilton for Kingery?

    Here are a few UTIL players that might be available and more useful than Kingery: Robertson Villar Miguel Rojas
  18. Anthony Miller 2018 Season Outlook

    i.e. anyone saying the Bears will give Kevin White every chance is wrong unless he proves to be a competent NFL player because this team is actually trying to win.
  19. Who to drop for Gennett? WHIR

    Well first off, don't drop Schoop. Now with that out of the way, I actually prefer Hernandez > Gennett, so my opinion would be to keep Cesar. Both players are similar in value, so to me, it's just personal preference. If you're high on Scooter, Cesar is the drop Thanks
  20. Tarik Cohen 2018 Season Outlook

    I mean I dont think that's ever going to be confirmed, at least not till much closer to season. They brought in plenty of guys who could returns kicks, and they have a new ST Coordinator, and an entirely new concept of how they want to implement Cohen on offense. Knowing the roster, unless they keep Demarcus Ayers on as a return guy, I think Cohen's the most likely to get the slot. But there's a few guys who could do it and I think we're too far out to know definitively.
  21. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    Alen Hanson may also be in the OF mix when he returns from the DL Mac has played 4 of the last 5 games at AAA and has gone 5 for 15 with 2 HRs, 1 BB and 4 Ks
  22. Luke Weaver 2018 Outlook

    Maybe I'm in the minority here, but I don't get the big rush for them to stick Reyes into the rotation, especially with how good the rotation has been, and how they have some holes in the bullpen. I know he's a big time prospect and talent, but it's not like Weaver and Flaherty are chopped liver either, and why does Reyes just displace one of them right away when they've both been good? Reyes has also never gone over around 100-110 IP in a year, and is just coming off major surgery. Cardinals have post season aspirations, a good rotation already, and Holland blowing up every time he walks out of the bullpen. Use Reyes in an Andrew Miller/Hader type role, dominate the back end of games, and re-evaluate come playoffs / next injury for a SP. Gives everyone a fair shake and Reyes gets some time in the pen to get his strength and stamina back. Also maybe I'm out to lunch on this, but seems weird that the GM is making the calls on who starts and who doesn't. Shouldn't Matheny be the one making the lineup decisions? Is it normal for a GM to go public and say who will be in the rotation?
  23. Mark Trumbo 2018 Outlook

    Watched last nights game. Looked locked in. Hard contact.
  24. Drop Hamilton for Kingery?

    Profar could be that guy. He has been lights out the last month.
  25. Tarik Cohen 2018 Season Outlook

    I understand. My league scores return yardage and return TD's but is not PPR. Therefore, someone who has return yardage and also is involved to some degree on the offense gets a big boost. I was worried that the new rules would reduce return yardage but that doesn't seem to be the case. I was also just trying to confirm that Cohen will be returning punts/kicks this year. He did a great job last year but I'm not sure if they brought anyone else in to compete for those touches.
  26. 2018 NBA Draft Discussion Thread

    Surprise people for better or for worse? They're both projected to be top-10 picks.
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