Gryfter

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  1. Alex Wood 2018 Outlook

    His second half decline in conjunction with the drop in velocity as the season went on is going to scare away some people.
  2. Matt Harvey 2018 Outlook

    If hes there towards the end of my draft, I'll happily grab him over some never-was. If he manages to get close to form, great I got an SP2, SP3 at great value. If not, cut him, no biggie. Based on his potential and pedigree, its stupid to not grab him towards the end of drafts if hes available. This is how you miss out on guys like Ryan Zimmerman from last year. In fantasy, you gotta love players with a chip on their shoulder, playing for a contract.
  3. Luke Weaver 2018 Outlook

    Sturdy pitchers who have been injured: Kerry Wood John Smoltz Joe Nathan Alex Reyes Matt Harvey to name a few... Frail, thin pitchers who have not: Randy Johnson There are others but for the sake of not jinxing them, I wont list them here. I dont think there is any correlation of pitcher body types and injuries.
  4. Matt Harvey 2018 Outlook

    New manager, new pitching coach, playing for a contract...I can see him re-dedicating himself to baseball. Comeback Player of 2018!!!
  5. Chris Sale 2018 Outlook

    Given the history and trends of both players, Sale won't be enough to get Kluber in August. End of April is when Kluber's value is at the lowest.
  6. Chris Sale 2018 Outlook

    So in a redraft, try to trade Sale for Kluber around May...got it!
  7. Favorite Player to own and why

    Mike Piazza, his late LA days and first few seasons with the Mets. Hanley Ramirez, his first 3-4 seasons with the Marlins, with SS eligibility. Then Jose Reyes, his peak years with the Mets. This year: hoping it'll be Trea Turner.
  8. New York Giants 2018 Season Outlook

    So you're saying the Giants should draft Rosen over Barkley? Granted the RB class is deep this year but Barkley is suppose to be a generational talent, a complete 3 down back.
  9. New York Giants 2018 Season Outlook

    Or grab Saquan Barkley although trading that pick for multiple picks to grab a couple of Offensive Linemen makes sense too. The team likes the QB they drafted in the 3rd round last year, Davis Webb: https://247sports.com/nfl/new-york-giants/Bolt/Giants-teammates-Davis-Webb-has-the-wow-factor-112262630
  10. Rougned Odor 2018 Outlook

    Hell of a right hook tho.
  11. Jose Ramirez 2018 Outlook

    There were several discussions in his 2017 thread about him being a 1st rounder...good times. Considering he was hitting 6th, not 3rd for a good portion of last season, his stats could be even better. He did have 2 months where he was ice cold but when hes hot, hes HOT. 2B and 3B eligibility is just icing on the cake.
  12. Leonard Fournette 2017 Season Outlook

    Context...Bortles meant if a HoF, MVP type player such as Lebron can have people thinking he suck, then a scrub like himself (Bortles) will definitely always have tons of people thinking he suck.
  13. New York Mets 2018 Outlook

    Dont forget Bobby Bonilla: http://www.espn.com/blog/new-york/mets/post/_/id/125162/happy-bobby-bonilla-day-his-annual-1-19-million-payday-is-here
  14. Julio Jones 2017 Season Outlook

    Atlanta with Freeman and Coleman runs the ball a ton in the red zone.
  15. 2018 Bold Predictions

    Matt Harvey wins the NL Cy Young this year.