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  1. Monster Trade. Who wins?

    TRADE DETAILS HAVE CHANGED Team B would now get Berrios instead of Cole. Still team B winning the trade.?
  2. Monster Trade. Who wins?

    Team A gives: Scherzer, Segura, Puig Team B gets: Cole, Bregman, Judge 12 Team H2H points league Who wins?
  3. John Lamb 2018 Outlook

    Grabbed and started him today based on his improved numbers this year in AAA. Looked solid enough and combined with all the injuries to LAA sp I think he's a solid hold.
  4. Ross Stripling 2018 Outlook

    The problem is he only threw 77 innings last year. And most he's ever thrown is just over 120ish innings in 2016. Already at 66 innings this year. So will probably get shut down or moved back to bullpen.
  5. Nick Pivetta 2018 Outlook

    I'm confused. What in his batted ball data is bad? He's has a 2% increase in his FB%, but other than that there's nothing negative. In fact he's reduced his hard hit% by 6 %.
  6. Michael Kopech - P CHW

    8 walks in 3 innings tonight. That's almost impressive. Starting to think he won't be coming up this year.
  7. Garrett Richards 2018 Outlook

    I wish this joker would hit the DL. He'd be more productive for me by allowing me to pick someone up. Never again with this dude. And please the garrett Richards apologists save me the" but but but look at his ERA."
  8. Aaron Nola 2018 Outlook

    Just to add, his fastball movement last night was crazy. The dart/late break was filthy.
  9. Ryon Healy 2018 Outlook

    I dropped him Sunday morning. You're all welcome. Absolved of the mush, and free to mash.
  10. Aaron Nola 2018 Outlook

    Nola. The real deal. The lone consistent player on my Phillies. Kids a stud. Ace in the making. The fact that his Change became a legit weapon this year has elevated him. He toys with batters now. He will start out the game curve or change heavy, then switch to the other later in the game. Love it.
  11. Jose Miguel Fernandez 2018 Outlook

    Espn still hasn't added.
  12. 6/11 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Anyone have eyes on Heaney? Fatigue from complete game Shutout?
  13. Carlos Rodon 2018 Outlook

    Hot trash is a little strong. Career numbers 3.95 ERA 9.22 K/9 10.1 Swinging K % 28.7 Hard hit % 3.76 BB/9 is the only real ugly number. But it's all right as a Phillies fan I understand the bias created by hype vs reality on a prospect. There's a long list of Phillies hyped players that didn't realize.
  14. Joe Musgrove 2018 Outlook

    Must add claims always depend on league specifics. However, looking at advanced metrics like FIP and xFIP after only 3 starts isn't the most helpful indicator of future success. After that many starts I'd much rather look at the contact he's giving up. A hard hit rate around 28%, a swinging strike rate around 10%, and a GB rate of 46%. All really solid indicators. And hell i don't think anyone believes he's a sub 2 ERA pitcher. Think most owners believe he's somewhere in the 3.30-3.80 range, which is still real useful in most leagues.