verycoolnin

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  1. Kirk Cousins 2017 Outlook

    @KC is going to be tough. I don't expect a good performance.
  2. Kirk Cousins 2017 Outlook

    25/30, 363 yards, 3 TD, 0 INT in a win.
  3. Manny Machado 2017 Outlook

    Hot damn, another walk off HR!
  4. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    Miguel Tejada hit .311 with 34 dingers and150 RBIs with the O's in 2004.
  5. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    What! Altuve is better than him!? For now!
  6. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    Schoop's 2017 season reminds me of Miguel Tejada's 2002 MVP Season. https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/t/tejadmi01.shtml
  7. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    Walk off RBI Double! Woo! Batting: .307/.353/.542, 30 HR, 101 RBI.
  8. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    More like, He could come up 3rd in the MVP voting.
  9. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    Another HR today, slashing .306/.353/.544, 30 HR, 99 RBI. I'd say he's an MVP candidate but isn't even the best 2Bman in the AL.
  10. Dylan Bundy 2017 Outlook

    Dylan Bundy: 9 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BOB, 12 K. Greatest Oriole start that I can remember.
  11. Manny Machado 2017 Outlook

    He's been hot since the all-star break. Currently batting .268/.320/.504, 30 dingers, 87 RBI.
  12. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    When he first came up at a young age, rotoworld said he'd be no good. I knew he would be good.
  13. Jonathan Schoop 2017 Outlook

    .307 .354 .541, 28 HR, 95 RBI
  14. August Closer Thread 2017

    My boy, Zach finally blew a save. He doesn't look the same this year. Now he has a knee injury. Just shut hit down to prepare for next season.
  15. Josh Harrison 2017 Outlook

    Probably better for Rich Hill and the Dodgers that he didn't have to throw too many pitches.