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  1. Evan Gattis 2018 Outlook

    Is fantasy baseball not more fun when you have a catcher than can mash 30+ HRs?
  2. Trevor Story 2018 Outlook

    This guy is on the verge of rolling into the AS break as a .300 hitter
  3. Trevor Story 2018 Outlook

    Is he the most improved player so far this year?
  4. Trevor Story 2018 Outlook

    For a human windmill this guy is pretty good
  5. Joey Votto 2018 Outlook

    In the same way Bruce Banner needed Hulk to come out in Avengers 3, I need Votto to show up in the home stretch. Votto! Please! Save this season for me!
  6. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    I appreciate the stats you’re bringing up but please keep in mind sample size and also remember that the concept of streaky vs consistent hitters isn’t as significant as some people make it out to be. I believe statistically, it’s been proven false. Basically, all hitters (yes, even the great ones) will have hot and cold periods, although the good hitters won’t be as prone to prolonged cold spells. One example from this season is Joey Votto, who can be argued as one of the best pure hitters of his generation.
  7. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    Uhh ok.. so that’s about a low 20s HR pace and Juan Soto is now hitting .305 and on pace for about high 20s in HRs extrapolated over 600 PAs. Are those sets of stats all that different?
  8. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    This thread is awfully reminiscent of the Jose Martinez thread from preseason. Not intending to hate, but my point is his peripherals and approach look good, but be wary of getting too excited too soon.
  9. Willians Astudillo 2018 Outlook

    Unrelated to this thread but you really shouldn’t be complaining about Story’s K% right now. Go look it up.
  10. Evan Gattis 2018 Outlook

    This guy is truly one of the most underrated fantasy assets out there.
  11. Trevor Story 2018 Outlook

    His improvement in contact is remarkable. I’m looking forward to reading a fangraphs article in the future discussing changes he made. He’s a legit top 35 hitter now.
  12. Joc Pederson 2018 Outlook

    Can the Dodgers trade this guy to Coors?
  13. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    I consider myself a patient owner — haven’t complained about Votto one bit this year for example.al At this point, I think it’s time for me to cut bait and maximize the utility of the roster spot he takes up.
  14. Nelson Cruz 2018 Outlook

    Ageless wonder. Just like that he's back to 40 HR pace. Is it really surprising?
  15. Rhys Hoskins 2018 Outlook

    For Hoskins' age and skillset, there aren't 20 more valuable players moving forward in fantasy, OBP or not.