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  1. What do you think of this, in a vacuum? I'm so enamored with Vlad Jr. I live in NH and watched him a TON with Double-A Fisher Cats, but the other part of me is like "one in the hand is worth two in the bush" Would you trade a $20 Vlad Jr. for a $20 Jose Abreu on a competitive team right now?
  2. You're just not going to see a lot of HRs from this guy right now, but he can hit. He's a great plug and play guy and will score runs but he just doesn't put the ball in the air much. I'd expect about 100 runs+ if he stays in the leadoff spot, but with a .330 BA, 12 HRs, and 12 SBs.
  3. Any ideas on what pitchers he won't catch for? I wonder because I'm not sure how much time he will see at 1B this year on non-catching days.
  4. Two DEEP flyouts today. I thought the one to end the game was going out but Santana caught it jumping into the wall.
  5. Can we move this discussion back to Ohtani and less about the administrative functions of various platforms?
  6. I really like Yelich in this lineup for counting stats. He has a great plate profile but does hit A LOT of groundballs. I think the park will definitely help but unless we see a new tilt to his ball distribution I think 25 HR is the baseline. 30+ could happen very quickly though. He's slowly increased his FB% over the three years (15%, 20%, 25%) In fact , the 2nd half of 2017, Yelich hit 29% flyballs so if he keeps a 30% level he can hit 30 HRs in that park -- especially if he gets off to a productive start and sticks with the approach.