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  1. Greg Bird 2017 Outlook

    WOW what a complete bust!! This guy is literally on pace to hit 0 HRs for the season!! He's a must drop I can't believe the hype in this forum wow!!
  2. Ryon Healy 2017 Outlook

    I'm in an ultra competitive H2H points dynasty league. The scoring format tends to unearth many roto or 5x5 sleepers as it rewards good plate discipline doubles triples etc. It rewards you for hitting for a high average while takes away some points for hitting for a low average. Very complex and considers just about everything. In this scoring format Healy out scored Manny Machado on a per PA basis last season. There are maybe 10 hitters who were better on a per PA basis in this league format. Healy is one of my favorite sleepers I've been sure to get him in every league so far.
  3. Ryon Healy 2017 Outlook

    It was
  4. Jorge Polanco 2017 Outlook

    Been trying to move him the last 2 seasons in a deep dynasty league but no one has been biting. Was basically trying to give him away as a throw in on some deals to put them over the top but no one liked him.... Could be a blessing in disguise.
  5. Mitch Haniger 2017 Outlook

    It'll be too late by then. Mitch is going to be huge this year.
  6. Trevor Story 2017 Outlook

    But why make it at least 5 SBs? What's the list just for guys with 40%+ hard hit rate and less than 30% O-Swing in general?
  7. Chris Sale 2017 Outlook

    Yeah but what does the Green Monster have to do with a LHP vs a RHP? I get it if you're talking a right handed hitter vs a left handed hitter.... But for pitchers?
  8. Josh Donaldson 2017 Outlook

    Just turned 31 today
  9. Chris Sale 2017 Outlook

    Okay you're totally joking right? Or is this some obscure stat floating around out there lol
  10. Chris Sale 2017 Outlook

    But did you get Kopech too?
  11. William Powell 2012 Season Outlook

    Your scenario has one flaw and that is the bigger picture will not come into play this season. To go through that many guys in the number of weeks between now and the end of the season just won't pan out. You also need to take into consideration that Beanie will potentially come back as well. I like the potato too, but I'm just not seeing it...but, I'm also not jumping ship quite yet. I am sensing some sarcasm in his post. But honestly, if LSH isn't the "hot hand" next game I could see The Cards quickly going to Powell.
  12. William Powell 2012 Season Outlook

    Good information, while I watched a lot of the game, I missed the play in which Kolb got hurt. Explains a lot and also explains why LSH will most likely continue to see a lot of snaps, specifically on passing (3rd/2 minute) downs.... I don't think the coaching staff doesn't trust him for one mistake. He may have been in the dog house that game. But I honestly couldn't see LaRod getting any more than 1/3 of the carries and even less of the overall RB touches next week. The Cardinals need to put the ball in Powell's hands, he has big play ability.
  13. William Powell 2012 Season Outlook

    No one was worried about Ryan Williams being injury prone. Powell got injured in college his senior year and a concussion last game. Honestly a few players a game get concussions, they just have more sense than to say something about it. If Arizona gives Powell 15 carries, I'm sure they'll end up wanting to get him 20+ carries. He is by far the most dynamic back on the team. That includes a healthy Beanie Wells.
  14. William Powell 2012 Season Outlook

    My thoughts exactly.
  15. William Powell 2012 Season Outlook

    I am looking forward to seeing if he can break out against Buffalo. Both him and Ryan Williams suffered concussions? Luckily it was on a Thursday game.