JJ1223

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  1. Miles Mikolas 2018 Outlook

    Back in the first couple weeks of the season, I suggested him as a streamer in a plus matchup. Someone chimed in and said he isn't just a streamer, but someone to grab and hold all season. All I can say is thank you, sir. You are doing God's work. UPDATE: it was @tywalson, you da man Also, if anyone wants some good laughs/bad takes, go check out pages 1 and 2
  2. Adalberto Mondesi 2018 Outlook

    Somewhere in Cincinnati, Billy Hamilton's ears are burning
  3. Walker Buehler 2018 Outlook

    Early returns: not great.
  4. Walker Buehler 2018 Outlook

    "Hold my beer and watch this" - Joe Maddon, upon receiving this news
  5. Andrew Heaney 2018 Outlook

    Can't do it. @BOS is suicide.
  6. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    In baseball above any other sport it pays to weather early-season slumps. If you made it through with Bregman and still have a respectable record; congrats, you are sitting very pretty right about now.
  7. Jordan Zimmermann 2018 Outlook

    Just be careful. He will do well when least expected, and then get blown up by a crappy team.
  8. Carlos Rodon 2018 Outlook

    Wat? Just looking at some very high-level stats: they are middle of the league in runs (13th), nearly last in AVG (28th), and have struck out more than any other team. "Good offense" is a stretch, to put it lightly. [edit] One more: to be fair, they do take their walks. Now, Houston? Yep, I'm sitting him.
  9. Bryce Harper 2018 Outlook

    Doesn't he still have options left? 90% joking 10% serious.
  10. Bryce Harper 2018 Outlook

    Trying like hell to buy low
  11. Carlos Rodon 2018 Outlook

    Not even thinking about cutting bait. Maybe my perspective is off, but to me, he did exactly what I expected/reasonably wanted to see considering it was his first 3 games of the season, coming off DL and they were @BOS, CLE, @CLE. He made it through and didn't get blown up. That's all that should have been expected of him. Now that he's made it through, I'm confident starting him against the non-powerhouses of the league.
  12. Nick Castellanos 2018 Outlook

    Make no mistake, the Tigers will be sellers at the deadline. Being a few games out of first means very little when it's the worst division possibly in the history of the game.
  13. J.T. Realmuto 2018 Outlook

    Sorry, should have clarified. He's #2 based on AVG, OPS, R, RBI, HR, SB Edit: back up to #1 today
  14. J.T. Realmuto 2018 Outlook

    I mean ESPN has him as #2 and only by a very slim margin behind Gattis, who only has 2 starts at C. So there is a very real argument that he is indeed the #1 C. And that's on a team providing him few opportunities for counting stats. Can you imagine if he had the same RBI opportunities as, say, Sanchez, Gattis, or Grandal? He would be #1 by a wide margin.
  15. Miguel Cabrera 2018 Outlook

    He could play the rest of the season with the blown out bicep and still make Cooperstown.