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  1. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    His BABIP is still a little low. I feel like there is BA improvement. Am I crazy??
  2. Dylan Bundy 2018 Outlook

    Lets hope the Orioles trade him and the shackles are lifted
  3. Matt Chapman 2018 Outlook

    At this point. I'm thinking about keeping Matt Chapman in my 12 team mixed (keep only 6). I see major growth in cutting his K%, upping his hard contact, and hitting more line drives. He's the kind of guy who will be first in the managers lineup card each day because of his glove as well. It wouldn't surprise me if he took another leap in the power department the way Lindor did with a few ML seasons under the belt. He's a special player. And I want shares of him everywhere I can.
  4. J.D. Martinez 2018 Outlook

    JD has been one of the more fun players to own in these past 5 years. I LOVE post-hype sleepers and reclamation projects and he's the posterchild. He might be the most feared hitter in baseball. And frankly, you could make the argument between him and trout for the best two hitters in baseball over the last 5 seasons. This is cumulative WRC+ going back 5 calendar years with at least 2000 PA
  5. J.D. Martinez 2018 Outlook

    Mookie is still the MVP for me. And probably Lindor and Jose over JD. But if he gets the triple crown, you know those voters will be itching pick JD
  6. J.D. Martinez 2018 Outlook

    Every time I open his play page I do a double take at them stats. Oh lord those stats
  7. Tommy Pham 2018 Outlook

    Yes I watched the game and his HR and you can see a big difference (at least on that swing). The Athletic piece Eno did on Pham and his bat wrap was excellent. The sum of it was Pham believes he was wrapping his bat too much on his swing this season. By doing so he's boosted his exit velo, but reduced the contact ability. “More wrap means that it takes longer to get to the zone,” he pointed out, “so even if my plate discipline is about the same, it means I have to decide earlier.” Pham last night seemed to have his hands lower and his bat more relaxed with less wrap. Here is him a month ago:
  8. Taylor Trammell - OF CIN

    He's not that type of kid from everything I've read and seen about him. He was so embarrassed afterwards. It was silly to do for sure, in an exhibition game i really don't care all that much though. Just would have been really cool to see him get a stand-up ITPHR which seems like he could have
  9. Tommy Pham 2018 Outlook

    July is a new month fellas
  10. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    It reminds me so much of Severino's second year. Had grreat underlying stuff but it wasn't translating. Could be sequencing, command, whatever Spoooooooky
  11. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    I'm cutting bait in my 12 team league where you keep 6. I just can't invision a scenario where I keep him this year 1 of only 6 keepers. I can see you keeping him if you were in more of a dynasty league
  12. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    I'm a total Castillo stan. I won't give up on his career but I'm about to give up on the season. It's time to drop you. Goodnight sweet prince
  13. Miguel Sano 2018 Outlook

    He's not playing everyday. They must have him running wind sprints and playing pepper 24/7 Get that lad fit
  14. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    He was smacking the ball around Kaufman all weekend. He had a few other doubles and sac flies that would have left other ballparks. Congrats if you stuck the course with Bregman
  15. Daniel Palka 2018 Outlook

    I feel like his horrendous defense definitely plays a part in the lack of PT. He’s Last in UZR/150 among OF who have played the same amount of innings as he has