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  1. Buy Low/Sell High 2018

    Buy Low Ryan Braun - Healthy & starting to heat up and could be a real force in that super deep Milwaukee lineup. Johnathon Villar - Will see everyday pt in Baltimore and is playing for his career. Started out 8/17 with power, speed and patience in 4 games (and one 1 K). Marwin Gonzalez - PT wont be an issue with all the Houston injuries. In the last week he has 4 HR. Starting to seem like he is going on that same kind of ridiculous run he ended 2017 on and then carried into the playoffs.
  2. Ryan Braun 2018 Outlook

    He has looked good the last 7-10 days. Maybe primed for a big finish? Milwaukee lineup is very deep
  3. Lance McCullers 2018 Outlook

    Is he droppable?
  4. Alex Verdugo 2018 Outlook

    Anyone know why Yahoo has him listed Day to Day?
  5. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    2B eligibility would be gravy!
  6. Michael Fulmer 2018 Outlook

    I just traded for this guy. He hit 98 in his last start multiple times and thats gonna play. I think his last two starts are indicative of what we may see from here on out. *Crosses Fingers*
  7. Waiver Wire - Streaming Options - Week 10

    Rockies head to the road after a nice homestand. Time to drop CarGo till the train pulls back into Coors
  8. Matchup Steals - Streaming for SBs

    Its more than just start your speed guys tho, its about maximizing matchups. On my leagues wire, the SB leaders in the last 7 days is Ben Gamel with 3. He did it against Oak and Minn....he's a fringey pickup that with the right matchup for a one-day pickup could prove very useful. Same with a guy like John Jay who victimized Chironos of Texas. EDIT: Even better example, last night Michael Taylor stole 2 bags vs. Dylan Bundy. The 3rd easiest SP to steal against. It would have been worth the pickup.
  9. Given that a small handful of SBs can make a HUGE difference in roto standings, I was wondering if anyone knew a site that ranked which catcher-pitcher combos allowed the most steals throughout the year. Even if I could snag 5-7 extra SBs over the course of the season via streaming ww guys in my league when the matchup is most favorable (yes, I play daily league), it would help an absolute ton in the standings. So...can anyone help a guy out? I know Rotoworld does an occasional Saves and Steals piece which is halpful, but I was hoping for more raw data and rankings of specific SP - C batteries etc.
  10. Anthony Rizzo 2018 Outlook

    263/341/526 in May with more BB than K is pretty good. I think he will just get better as the year goes on, but the dreadful April will drag down his final numbers
  11. Hanley Ramirez 2018 Outlook

    Colorado! Fingers crossed lol
  12. Hunter Pence 2018 Outlook

    I'm always intrigued when I hear about a mechancial adjustment to a swing that has a vet player feeling confident and hitting well. I will grab him to see if I can squeeze a few good weeks out of him. Hat tip for creating this thread and pointing it out to the original poster.
  13. Sixto Sanchez - RHP PHI

    A Pedro clone...damn....
  14. Daniel Mengden 2018 Outlook

    This guy has shut down Boston twice, Houston once (although Houston got him once as well) and I have a real thing for pitchers who don't beat themselves with walks. The A's schedule looks to get a bit easier for his next 2-3 starts...anyone else buying?
  15. Nick Kingham 2018 Outlook

    If he's good tonight, assuming normal rest he will get the Sans (Diego and Francisco) at home for his next two starts. Those are pretty juicy.