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  1. Muncy has the most upside. He's an random dodger injury away from full time play. Or a mini-hot streak away from full time play.
  2. Sure make that offer. But if I was the Alonso owner I doubt I'd take it.
  3. Assuming this is a keeper league. If so, are you competitive this year? If you are, drop whoever you need to, both if necessary to stay competitive. If you aren't, keep them both on your roster. If you aren't competitive this year, you are working towards next year. Dont shoot your strategy in the foot. If you are going for it this year and are competitive, drop Ohtani. He has the most uncertainty at this point in my eyes.
  4. Dont shoot yourself in the foot moving story and trout. Trout is Trout. You can demand anything you want for him. But dont take 2-3 weeks worth of games and assume Galvis, Swanson and Polanco will carry your SS position all season. If you move Story you'll be streaming SS and bottom feeding the WW before the end of April.
  5. I would take Pederson, Meadows or Grichuk over Soler in that order. Which Reyes is that - Franmil? I'd take him over Soler as well (probably slot him in right around Meadows. But grab Pederson and play his match ups.
  6. Trea Turner for 1 injured Bat and a potentially injured SP?
  7. Dont worry about Soler. Find somebody who is not him.
  8. Right now I'm taking somebody else. Dont know who. But Schwarber is Schwarber. As for Soler, he's cracked a few singles and doubles. I'd keep an eye on Soler. But he had a 3/3 night which after only 3 games is going to boost his BA to unsustainable levels. Dont let a single 3/3 night at the the plate fool you - he's still Jorge Soler.
  9. Find a way to add Franco and Wong instead of this trade.
  10. Wong is the hottest bat right now. Get him while you can.
  11. I think Smoak, Bell and White are pretty interchangeable. Bauers has to prove he can outperform them. Honestly in an OBP league all 3 of those guys are perfectly rosterable players based on their projections. Smoak and white project out pretty similar except smoak has a few more hr. Smoak and Bell are similar except smoak has a few extra HR and Bell has a solid edge in obp. Bauers has similar Obp potential to Smoak and white, less power projections than any of them, but many more SB than the other 3 combined. So pick your poison; really depends on your needs.
  12. Dont drop McNeil. Unless you are in a really deep league, no need to get attached to Marte, Adames or Soler. All are fringe playable even in moderately deep league.
  13. Story side. This as somebody who has 0 shares of Story in all my leagues and invested in getting Turner in my main keeper league a few years back. I'm a big fan of Turner. But in a points league, they should get similar year end points. They'll get them in different ways but who cares? As for Piscotty, I'm of the school of thought on him that says what we saw once he reached Oakland and was able to mentally focus on the game ( he had some pretty serious family issues he was dealing) is what we should expect from him. His projections are all stat based which includes a long period where he, very rightlfully so, just wasn't focused on the game. I'm expecting a line for Piscotty around .280 80runs 80 rbis 28 HR with a potential for a true break out and going over 30.
  14. Keep Story and Mondesi. Throw Didi on your dl. Trade Franco to a hyped-prospect happy manager who is rebuilding and will pay big talent for him. When didi comes off the DL, see how he does and if he prodcuses like he did last year, trade him too. Why do you need all these SS?