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  1. Jesse Winker 2018 Outlook

    Forget what your scouting reports say. Players make adjustments that unlock power such as Max Muncy and Brandon Nimmo to name a few. His batted ball profile and exit velocities point to 30 homer production. On a side note, Scott Schebler injured his shoulder yesterday which means full time playing time for Mr.Winker.
  2. Jesse Winker 2018 Outlook

    June: 48% hard hit rate 12.8 launch angle 88.9 exit velocity July: 61% hard hit rate 4.2 launch angle 97mph exit velocity 😮😮 smoking hot
  3. Max Kepler 2018 Outlook

    His plate discipline is the Very true but the plate discipline he is showing this year is elite. He already had a good plate approach, as displayed in the minors, but this year you can see the maturation at the professional level.
  4. Max Kepler 2018 Outlook

    This guy’s underlying metrics look amazing but yet the results have been so underwhelming. To me, this guy is on the cusp of a major breakout in the second half.
  5. Kyle Tucker 2018 Outlook

    Juan Soto 2.0!!!
  6. Walker Buehler 2018 Outlook

    Is there going to be a rotation spot for him when he comes back? I am not seeing a path right now. Ryu on the mend, LA looking to add another starting pitcher before the trade deadline, and a rotation that is healthy/ pitching well.
  7. Rougned Odor 2018 Outlook

    Having a good month of June. The batted ball data and plate discipline look better. I’m keeping my eye on this guy. Could be a second half darling
  8. Jason Heyward 2018 Outlook

    Can’t get his 2017 heat map to show but there is noticeable improvements.
  9. Jason Heyward 2018 Outlook

    If you were to look at Heyward's heat maps this year, he is making significantly better contact inside. This has always been a weakness for Heyward. He appears to be quicker to the ball and making better plate coverage. This is quite an adjustment for a guy who has been pegged to break out for the last 4 years
  10. Salvador Perez 2018 Outlook

    How horrible has this guy been. Wow
  11. Fantasy Baseball Resources Sites Tools Podcasts etc

    Has anyone had the opportunity to listen to Al Melchior’s podcast “the fantasy hour“? I spent more time counting how many times Al says “um” throughout the hour then actually paying attention to what he has to say. He literally says um before and after every statement he makes. Horrible
  12. Yu Darvish 2018 Outlook

    How’s that buy window looking now. 😂
  13. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    Max Muncy (3B/1B – Los Angeles Dodgers) “Out in the City of Angels, Max Muncy has continued to produce for the men in blue. A 27-year-old Texan, Muncy has put his two underwhelming seasons with Oakland in the rearview mirror. Muncy is rocking a .500 OBP over the last two weeks – despite a .200 BABIP – and his 35% Walk Rate over that stretch is something out of the Ted Williams Hitting Manual. In 184 plate appearances this year, Muncy’s slash line reads .257/.397/.574. In other words, Muncy has performed like Aaron Judge. Additionally, his 11.4% Barrel Rate (Brls/PA) is 5th in baseball, behind only J.D. Martinez, Mookie Betts, Joey Gallo, and Teoscar Hernandez. Perhaps more impressive, Muncy is 2nd in all of baseball in Barrels per Batted Ball Attempt(Brls/BBE), which is a strong measure of power. While it would be foolish to expect this dominance to continue, he is a must-own player in every league. At 62% owned, there is a chance that your league-mates are sleeping on Max. Grab him now, ask questions later” curtousy of pitchers list^^^^ Muncy hit a mammoth home run last night. After watching that homer, my questions of his power gains have been easily dismissed.
  14. 06/22 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Anyone catch Duffy’s start today?
  15. 6/21 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Harvey hitting 97 on the gun regularly in the 6th. Intriguing.....