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  1. Tommy Pham 2018 Outlook

    I wanted to continue our discussion with @The Czar about Pham, but felt it most appropriate to do so here. I'm not sure where Pham goes. I think in deeper 5 OF redraft leagues he's probably a much higher pick than he will be in keepers or shallow leagues, i guess that's obvious though. His numbers last year over more at bats is a first round pick and he can be had later. There are some red flags, his vision will always be a question mark and I think he's more of a candidate to take time off or slump because of it. He's also going to be 30 when next season starts, which is still an athletic prime but he's probably not having a better season and there is some downside in the near future. I think the .368 BABIP is a little high, but not incredibly. I've read some interviews from him. I think as long as he sees the ball well he's going to be a good hitter. I'm not sure where he goes in drafts, but he's one of the most interesting players to track in the offseason. I don't think many players had a 300/400/500 slash line last year Altuve, Blackmon (tecnically 399 OBP) Rendon Trout Goldy (technically 297 AVG) Votto Justin Turner Bryant (technically 295)
  2. Yoan Moncada 2018 Outlook

    What do you guys think of Moncada going into 2018? He finished the year strong, a lot of his prospect hype has worn off and migrated to Acuna. Will play every day for the White Sox and probably contributes pretty solidly for fantasy with power/steals.
  3. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    0-4 2ks Fisher
  4. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

  5. Kevin Gausman 2018 Outlook

    Whose back for more punishment? As mentioned in the targets thread, he's had two good second halves in a row. I don't think he's a second half pitcher, because I don't think that's a thing. He shouldn't cost much next year. I'm guessing he's being drafted as an sp4 next year, maybe a 5 in some leagues.
  6. Ozzie Albies 2018 Outlook

    I'm guessing he'll be a trendy breakout/sleeper that his ADP won't be a huge value by draft time, but there's 35+ SB with a good average here. He's a guy I would love to target on my team in a standard category league. He's going to be one of the youngest players in the majors next season (if not the youngest), so there is considerably downside/adjustment period. Maybe the Acuna hype will make him a tad more under the radar since it's the same team. I think he should probably go in the top 100 picks. Roster Resource has him as batting 2nd right now- He could very well be similar to what we wanted out Villar last year, except with more pedigree and won't cost a 2/3 round pick.
  7. Michael Conforto 2018 Outlook

    Don't sleep on Goatforto
  8. Jorge Soler 2018 Outlook

    https://www.mlb.com/video/c-1950878483
  9. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    He's in the AAA lineup tonight, I just went to the Freson Grizzlies twitter account
  10. Jhailyn Ortiz OF Phi

    As if Jhailyn was hearing cries of potential doubt from his favorite rotoworld poster brockpapersizer, he decided to do something drastic today that he had not done before this year. . . BRING IT
  11. Jhailyn Ortiz OF Phi

    Signed in last years international draft, this guy has the biggest power upside. Big dude. He's only 17, but he's a potential 40 HR guy down the line So far this season in R ball doing pretty well and even somehow has steals, although thats probably not going to be a part of his long term game. http://www.fangraphs.com/statss.aspx?playerid=sa920180&position=DH/OF
  12. Jhailyn Ortiz OF Phi

    if A- is short season, what is R? I assume rookie ball. What's the difference been short season and rookie league?
  13. Jhailyn Ortiz OF Phi

    I'm not an expert on farm systems and leagues at all, so my bad for saying the wrong league, but on his fangraphs page the league he played in last year has an A- while this year it just says A, so I assumed high A
  14. Jhailyn Ortiz OF Phi

    Not that great to start, but he's 19 in high a... That's pretty impressive. He has some learning to do still obviously. I'm not too worried yet.
  15. Jed Lowrie 2018 Outlook

    He's always been underrated in fantasy because he doesn't steal and he's usually hurt. I was listening to the sleeper and the bust podcast and they were discussing Schoop replacements Justin Mason's knock against Lowrie was he might not hold the job down. Probably one of the stupidest things he's said. I don't consider him a bad analyst either. Lowrie is batting like third in the lineup to start the year and has beasted. They have some interesting prospects in the minors but there's a 0 percent chance Lowrie gets moved out of this lineup other than injury or trade. I also can't imagine a team trading for him just to be a backup either, but he probably moves down the lineup on a competitive team. Prime spot for rbis and runs, makes for a Damn good MI right now. Anyway, he won't keep up this level of pace, but he's very decent. Ideally an MI in your 12 teamer but probably fine as a low end 2b.
  16. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    Technically I think marisnick played cf. Would also love to know the k percentage of him and fisher combined . Here's one of those Tucker outs yesterday. @Posting In The Clutch's brother robbed him of an oppo double
  17. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

  18. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    Marisnick went 0-4 4ks
  19. Yonder Alonso 2018 Outlook

    xWoba of 442, 2nd unluckiest hitter in the league per statcast. 1st being Carlos Santana. Maybe some of it is weather as the Indians players in general have been awful. I'd probably be buying Yonder in medium-deeper leagues from panicked owners. Pretty confident he turns it around if he doesn't get hurt first.
  20. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    I'd say most likely at this point, Tucker is not getting called up today. It's pretty late.
  21. Jose Martinez 2018 Outlook

    Edwin Magnifico was third in the league in xWOBA behind only Judge and Votto. What are we expecting in 2018? He has the inside track to start for them at 1st base and will have 1b/OF eligibility. Obviously more valuable in deeper leagues because of how deep 1b is, as well as how plentiful power is, but he could be a productive CI option.
  22. Willie Calhoun - 2B TEX

    Yeah well at least I can see the organization not caring about his fantasy elliigiblilty, but yes that's a bummer for us.
  23. Willie Calhoun - 2B TEX

    Hess sulking and posting some passive aggressive tweets. What did you think was going to happen when you sent him to aaa again?
  24. Willie Calhoun - 2B TEX

    It just annoys me they called him up last year honestly. My league runs a service time clock once the guy gets called up, so his contract is a year later for me because he played some meaningless games in September. Cool story bro? I know. Still though, if you're a team and you're not competing why would you call up a guy in September that you wanna play service time games with the next year? Makes no sense to me. Braves were smart not to call up Acuna last year, even though they could have.
  25. Yordan Alvarez 1B HOU

    its good right ?😍😍