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  1. Nelson Cruz 2019 Outlook

    How early do you feel comfortable taking him in redraft? Starting around pick 50 or so?
  2. Jose Ramirez 2019 Outlook

    Who are you taking over him then at 3? I think he has the most 5 category upside after the consensus first two picks. People thinking about Acuna at 3 are wayyy overdrafting him. I don’t expect Yelich to repeat his power output from last year. I’d consider JDM and to a lesser extent Arenado over JoRam, but I think I’d still take Ramirez for the steals
  3. Keon Broxton 2019 Outlook

    Yea he’s going to need an injury or two to really be relevant in most mixed leagues
  4. Andrew Benintendi 2019 Outlook

    Where would you feel comfortable taking him in standard redrafts? Beginning of the 3rd round?
  5. 2019 Offseason Closer Thread

    Typically one guy runs with the job in these situations, outside of maybe the Rays who are progressive to the extreme. I understand the concern based on those comments, but if Strickland is consistently getting the job done in the 9th and looking good while doing it, I'd bet he gets the vast majority of the save chances. The same logic can apply around the league. There may still end up being a handful of committee's from teams like the Rays and Phillies and a few others where nobody really establishes themselves, but I think the majority of these will sort themselves out where one guy runs away with the job.
  6. David Dahl 2019 Outlook

    What’re the chances he’s platooned? Rockies have plenty of guys that can hit lefties
  7. Franmil Reyes 2019 Outlook

    #FreeFranmil If I knew this guy was going to be getting everyday AB's I'd love him as a sleeper. He looks like a D-Lineman standing at the plate
  8. Byron Buxton 2019 Outlook

    He's definitely worth a flyer at pick 170+ in redraft. That's the time smart managers take gambles like this. If he lives up to some of his potential, he could REALLY give you a leg up especially with how hard it's become to find steals. If he still sucks, you can drop him without much damage done considering his draft price. I remember this time last year I could've seen it going either way for him, but didn't want to pay a top 70 pick price to find out. I like picks with a higher floor at that range. This year though I'll gladly pay the price of a 170+ pick for the upside.
  9. David Dahl 2019 Outlook

    Ok - Don't try to predict injuries. Guys are injury prone until they're not. If he's completely healthy coming into the year, draft with confidence. Also, cleanup hitter playing in Coors field. Pick 120 is a steal, I can't imagine him lasting that long in competitive leagues.
  10. Marcell Ozuna 2019 Outlook

    Where would you take him in standard redrafts? Would you take him in the top 50?
  11. Yasiel Puig 2019 Outlook

    Where would you take him in redrafts?
  12. Jose Ramirez 2019 Outlook

    Thats what I’m thinking too but I am worried about JRam’s dip in performance in the second half. Seems like some risk for a top 3 pick
  13. Jose Ramirez 2019 Outlook

    In redraft this year if you’re sitting there at pick 3 and Trout and Mookie are off the board, is JRam your pick?
  14. Adalberto Mondesi 2019 Outlook

    ESPN doesn’t even have him in their top 100. Rankings on this guy are all over the place right now
  15. Yasmani Grandal 2019 Outlook

    Love the move for his outlook this year. He’ll certainly be on my radar in drafts I think he’ll have a productive season