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  1. This is why the Reds will always be terrible, no trust in their players to work through the inning. Trading for Harvey just takes the cake lol
  2. I'm so incredibly pissed in how this unfolded.
  3. 2B, 3B (4 GS), SS (3 GS), OF (LF (2 GS), RF (1 GS))
  4. It seems that my profile is limited as I am still probationary, here is what I have 12-team H2H 5x5 Scoring (Runs, Home Runs, RBIs, SBs, OBP, Wins, K's, ERA, WHIP, SV+H) Semi Keeper (round drafted minus 5) (C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, 3 OF UTIL, 2 SP, 2 RP, 3 P, 7 Bench, 2 DL (30 IP weekly minimum) C - Welington Castillo 1B - Cody Bellinger 2B - Jonathan Schoop, Scott Kingery 3B - Manny Machado SS - Tim Anderson OF - Bryce Harper, Rhys Hoskins, Gregory Polanco, Lewis Brinson, Manuel Margot SP - Chris Archer, Luis Castillo, Shohei Ohtani, Marcus Stroman, Jameson Taillon, Jakub Junis, Matt Harvey RP - Edwin Diaz, Raisel Iglesias, Archie Bradley, AJ Minter, Blake Parker DL - Ervin Santana, Alex Diaz
  5. I personally think that you would be better off with Newcomb based on projections alone. Heaney also hasn't been the best model of health in his career thus far. A question for yourself, should I pick up Matt Chapman and drop Brinson?
  6. I personally would keep Sanchez as he is a top 2 in his position where as I feel like OF's can be had more easily simply from the abundance coming up the pipeline each year. I cannot create a thread at this time but what do you think about dropping Brinson for Chapman in a 12 team h2h. Thanks
  7. I personally would keep Brinson from the amount of at bats alone along with the much higher SB upside. That being said I have the same dilemma with Brinson as Matt Chapman is sitting on the waiver wire. Should I make the move?