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  1. Blake Snell 2018 Outlook

    2018 Fantasy Baseball MVP If you drafted Snell and didn't finish in the money .... well I don't know what to tell you.
  2. Christian Yelich 2018 Outlook

    amazing September hit .352 with 10 HRs, 24 Runs, 33 RBI and 6 SBs. His OPS for Sept was 1.307!
  3. 2018 Celebration Thread- Victory is Mine!

    played in 4 leagues this year. 1 Championship and 3 2nd place finishes of which 2 came down to the final day and came up short. The 1 league I won was the one I had the least confidence in. This was a 15 team NFCB roto style league. We drafted in early March and by the time the season started I had 9 players on the DL and 2 80 game suspensions (Jorge Polanco and Jorge Bonafacio). Ended April in 12th place but each month I gained a point or 2. Going into the last week I was in 5th place but the Top 5 teams were only seperated by 1.5 points. Ended up winning by 1/2 point thanks to HRs by JD Martinez and Sterling Marte on the last day which pushed my team OPS over 2 teams but barely as it went to ###### decimals!
  4. September Closer Thread 2018

    I've been thinking the Twins would give Taylor Rogers a shot for over a month now but he's barely pitched the last 2 weeks
  5. J.D. Martinez 2018 Outlook

    awful chilly in here
  6. D.J. Moore 2018 Outlook

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/5ac2f1bf-18a7-4578-a43a-f509b5743e4a
  7. Vent & Rant Thread 2018

    same here .... sonofabeach
  8. Cody Bellinger 2018 Outlook

    we're holding a midnight vigil for Cody tonite. please join us!
  9. Greatest Season by a Starting Pitcher

    1930 and 1931 are considered the high water mark of the lively ball ERA. Heck the entire league's batting average for 1930 was .303! so what's that got to do about baseball? Lefty Grove put up some amazing stats over those 2 "live ball" seasons 1930 he went 28-5 with 2.54 ERA and 9 Saves. Led the AL in Wins, ERA, Saves, Ks, WHIP, K/9, Win% ... pretty much every pitching cat 1931 he went 31-4 with 2.06 ERA and 5 Saves. Pretty much led the league in every pitching cat again ... and won the AL MVP Lefty is an over looked STUD
  10. Ryan Zimmerman 2018 Outlook

    the time to let him go was months ago.
  11. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    back to being Poop with a Stick
  12. Mike Trout 2018 Outlook

    jammed wrist and sitting out ... please be OK Mikey