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  1. Took him with pick #249 in my 16-team keeper this year after his dominant ST. He's got a fire in his belly. Held him all season and couldn't be happier with his performance down the stretch and I am glad I got a solid start out of him during my championship week. 5:1 K:BB and a sub-1 WHIP on the season speak to his ability to get ahead in counts and finish hitters off.
  2. Just learned I will be drafting first overall this year in my 12-team .5ppr keeper league. We can keep up to 2 players one round higher than last years draft (free agents can be kept in round 5). I have a couple of options that I am pondering. I have ordered below to my preference at this current point in time. Tyreek Hill at 2.12 Hunter Henry at 14.12 Sony Michel at 8.12 Damien Williams at 5.1 Courtland Sutton at 12.12 Andrew Luck at 7.1 Right now Henry and Hill seem like the choices. Damien Williams kinda slid down in ADP due to his hammy and possible RBBC, and I question his ability to shoulder a heavy workload since he has never done so in 5 NFL season. Sony seems like a great value at the end of the 8th but I'd be giving up arguably the most explosive player in the game (hill) or a potential stud TE that I could keep for dirt cheap the next few years and I feel like Sony's long term value has some question marks. If you wouldn't go with Tyreek Hill and Hunter Henry what would your 2 choices be?
  3. Mack JuJu Freeman Henry -- you've set yourself up with great depth
  4. 12-Team .5PPR -- 15 roster spots -- QB RB RB WR WR TE FLEX DST K with 6 bench spots Keeper rules - 2 players max, Cost is one draft round higher than the previous year. Free agents can be kept in the 5th round Draft position unknown. This year my keeper options are: Tyreek Hill in the 2nd Damien Williams in the 5th Andrew Luck in the 7th Sony Michel in the 8th Courtland Sutton in the 12th Hunter Henry in the 14th Deciding on the best two has been a challenege. I'd love some input from the smart people here. Thanks!
  5. ^^ -- people who rely on the analysis of others will always be a step behind those willing to analyze themselves. Voit was being criminally slept on coming into the year, his ADP was a joke when you project a full season of at bats hitting cleanup in that lineup.
  6. For me, its close but I'm leaning VOIT. Chapman's 11% K-Rate is a MASSIVE dip from the rest of his career. If you are a believer of that improvement, then I'd say Chapman all the way. I'm not sure it sticks though. I can see Chapman hitting a rough stretch and bringing that K% up to around 18-20% which is still a massive improvement on his historical numbers. And I am basing this on absolutely nothing. Honestly I had Chapman as a darkhorse MVP candidate going into the year, so him finishing as a top-10 fantasy player wouldn't surprise me. Voit, on the other hand, has endured a month long "rough stretch" already which he batted .225 and his numbers are still elite without much advanced metrics hinting towards a regression. Obviously when the yanks are healthy he should put up even better numbers.
  7. Burdi notched his second W of the year after pitching a perfect 9th with 2K’s to send the game to extras. 7.2 IP, 15 K’s to 1BB with a sub 1 WHIP and his era is under 4 now after the bad outings vs the cards
  8. Burdi pitched a scoreless 7th inning with a K in a tie game today. Pirates didn't even f--- around and put Kela in, insteads went straight to Vasquez for the 8th-9th. Looks like Burdi will continue to get more high leverage situations going forward if he continues to pitch well and Kela may be falling out of favor due to his lackluster outings.
  9. If anyone wants to see the dude pitch here is a link to the statcast search showing his swings and misses: https://atmlb.com/2Z4LuL3
  10. Another IP with 2 K's last night (Rizzo and Schwarber) for Burdi. Currently 4.2IP with 10K's sending his FIP even lower to -.55 One of only 10 pitchers in MLB with a SwStr% >20% Josh Hader's K-BB% = 48.0% Nick Burdi's K-BB% = 47.4%
  11. Didn't get off to the start I was hoping. didn't invest a lot other than my team name "Welcome to the JungHo" so i have no issue cutting bait. dropped for goodrum.
  12. As a White Sox fan, I have no issues with Don Cooper. IMO he has a good track record of getting the most out of pitchers but I don't think anyone could coach up the garbage they currently have on their pitching staff. Its not his fault all their prospects get TJS on their way through the minors
  13. Small sample size, sure I will give you that. But its extremely tough to say what a guy should be based of a short minor league career that included TJS. My eyes tell me he has a good chance of being a 12+ k/9 guy and his situation is such that he will get utilized as much as possible through the end of May due to him being a rule 5 pick. If he continues missing bats like he has been, he will be a valuable arm in a bullpen that is looking for someone to step up.
  14. Nick Burdi has a 19.64 K/9 and a -.47 FIP and a .571 BABIP against. Don't let the ERA fool ya
  15. Despite giving up the lead I am still lovin the kid. He gave up a very weak infield single to lead off the 8th inning, mowed the next two guys down with nasty sliders, then threw a wild pitch and gave up a double down the line that was fair by maybe a foot before getting yanked. All 5 outs he has recorded this year have been by the K and he has no walks.