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  1. He just accepted! Got cheap Arenado for $20 Harper (will be $30 in 3 years) and $5 Devers. Happy to have some consistency in my lineup. Now i just need the Rox to extend Nolan!
  2. 12 Team H2H Mixed League - Auction Keeper$300 Cap - 6x6 (OPS/HLD)YOU CAN RE-SIGN EXPIRING CONTRACTS AT 1.5x THE CURRENT VALUE FOR UP TO 5 YEARS I won the championship the last 2 years....but always looking to improve my squad. Another manager likes Bryce but wants him with another player for Arenado considering Bryce's higher cost. I have the talent to make a move. These are the guys he likes....would you pair up any of them with Bryce for cheap Arenado? MY Bryce Harper ($20 thru 2020, then $30 up to 5 more years) and (1) of these guys: Hoskins ($2 - 4 year deal, then $3 up to 5 more) Devers ($5 - 2 year deal, then $8 up to 5 more) Bregman ($3 - 2 year deal then $5 up to 5 more) Thor ($11 - 3 year deal, then $17 up to 5 more) Eloy Jiminez ($2 - 4 year deal, then $3 up to 5 more) for HIS Nolan Arenado ($3 4 year deal then $5 up to 5 more)
  3. 12 Team H2H Mixed League - Auction Keeper$300 Cap - 6x6 (OPS/HLD)YOU CAN RE-SIGN EXPIRING CONTRACTS AT 1.5x THE CURRENT VALUE FOR UP TO 5 YEARS I won the championship the last 2 years....but always looking to improve my squad. I seem to have a surplus of bats and am looking to try to trade multiple pieces to acquire a 1st rounder. I made this offer 2 days ago and the owner is mulling it over until Saturday. I can cancel at any time. I still feel good about it...but wanted some opinions. MY Hoskins ($2 - 4 year deal, then $3 up to 5 more) Devers ($5 - 2 year deal, then $8 up to 5 more) Thor ($11 - 3 year deal, then $17 up to 5 more) Mejia ($3 - 4 year deal, then $5 up to 5 more) for HIS Nolan Arenado ($3 4 year deal then $5 up to 5 more) Do I make the deal? My Roster is Below
  4. Josh Naylor - 1B/DH, SD

  5. Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

    Aguilar out of the lineup tonight with Thames at 1B. Looks like it's already a strict platoon with Aguilar getting the short side unless Thames struggles. I can't afford to roster Aguilar if that's the case. May stick it out one more day to see....
  6. Odubel Herrera 2018 Outlook

    I'm considering dropping Odubel...and i'm a Phils fan.
  7. Bradley Zimmer 2018 Outlook

    He’s back
  8. Harrison Bader 2018 Outlook

    Yeah man...in the same boat. Picked both of them up and got a couple of days of beautiful production only to see them both hit the pine the last couple of days. Hurts me from the perspective of having to take up 2 roster spots for 2 part time players...but the upside man! I guess I'll hold just a bit longer.
  9. Yangervis Solarte 2018 Outlook

    Deep slump. Last 10 days 1 RBI and 0 Runs. Cutting Bait....it was fun while it lasted.
  10. Teoscar Hernandez 2018 Outlook

    From FanGraphs yesterday: Hernandez is a true Statcast stud. His 96.6 MPH average exit velocity is highest among hitters with a minimum of 25 batted ball events. That’s up substantially from his 2017 average exit velocity of 87.0 MPH. He’s hitting the balls on the screws through his first 38 plate appearances with the Blue Jays this year, has an average launch angle of 13.9 degrees, 34.6% LD%, 53.8% Hard% and just a 3.8% Soft%. He’s parlayed his dreamy batted-ball data into a .343/.395/.743 slash with three homers. Remarkably, Baseball Savant and xStats.org peg him as a little unlucky on his batted balls with expected stat slash lines of .399/.451/.891 (Baseball Savant doesn’t have an xOBP, so I simply added the additional points for batting average onto his OBP) and .373/.422/.783, respectively. He’s also been a dinger-hitting machine with the Blue Jays organization. He ripped eight homers in 95 plate appearances with them last year, and with his three hit in 38 plate appearances this season, he has 11 homers in just 133 plate appearances in Toronto. Hernandez has also mashed eight in 127 plate appearances at the Triple-A level in their organization, and he’s hit .231/.291/.530 with a 6.3% BB% and 29.1% K% for Toronto’s Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons, dating back to last year. As the walk and strikeout rates suggest, he’s not a hitter without faults, but he’s doing extraordinary damage when he puts the ball in play. Furthermore, in his 133 plate appearances with the Blue Jays, he’s sporting a respectable 32.5% O-Swing% and an aggressive in-zone approach with a 74.4% Z-Swing% that should help offset some of his swing-and-miss issues (16.2% SwStr%). Additionally, his dreamy Statcast data doesn’t begin and end with his batted balls. The 25-year-old outfielder has above average speed that’s resulted in a tie for 55th in sprint speed (28.3 ft/sec) out 332 players with a minimum of 10 opportunities. He’s already stolen one base this year for the Blue Jays, and he stole two in just four games for the Bisons before his promotion. Hernandez also stole 16 bases in 105 games played at the Triple-A level last year, and he eclipsed 30 stolen bases in each minor-league season from 2014-2016.
  11. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    I have him for $3 on a 5 year deal in my auction keeper. Strongly considering trying to trade him at this point. The power is just gone it seems. I think i'd gladly trade him for someone like Yelich or even a solid arm.
  12. H2H Auction Keeper Question. I’m stacked on offense but always looking to upgrade if needed, usually by moving SP’s and finding hidden gems. Was offered Starling Marte for James Paxton…inclined to hold but….both are $5 long term assets Here is my roster: C Evan Gattis 1B Anthony Rizzo 2B Ozzie Albies 3B Rafael Devers SS Trea Turner OF Bryce Harper OF JD Martinez OF Nelson Cruz OF Rhys Hoskins UTIL Alex Bregman UTIL Jose Martinez BN Matt Chapman BN Salvador Perez Noah Syndergaard James Paxton Kyle Hendricks Jon Lester Justin Verlander Gerrit Cole ($14) Danny Duffy Zach Godley Charlie Morton Mike Clevinger Eduardo Rodriguez Farm Arms (Farms?): Mitch Keller Jordan Montgomery Jesus Luzardo Joey Lucchesi Nate Pearson