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  1. Dee Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Good news Manager Scott Servais said he doesn't expect Gordon (toe) to miss much more than 10 days, Shannon Drayer of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Analysis: Servais added that the fracture in Gordon's toe is a minor one, which make sense given he was able to swipe a bag and score the winning run in Sunday's extra-innings win over the Tigers after suffering the injury. He'll get some time off to let the issue heal, but early indications are that the speedster won't require a lengthy stay on the shelf. Gordon was hitting a solid .304/.330/.386 with 16 stolen bases in 45 games prior to landing on the DL. Look for Gordon Beckham to fill in at second base until Gordon is healthy.
  2. Willy Adames 2018 Outlook

  3. Jordon "Jo" Adell - OF LAA

    Prospects of the Week: From Paul Martin- Adell is one of my favorite prospects in the entirety of the minor leagues. This incredibly athletic prospect became popular this summer for being known as the guy keeping up with Mike Trout‘s home run distances in BP. In fact, there is the famous picture of him lodging a ball into a wall due to the insane exit velocity he had off the bat. The power is phenomenal, and after a slow start, he hit all 5 HR he has in 2018 this week. It is astonishing to watch this guy in action because the five-tool tag is supremely apparent. He’s huge, he fields well, throws well, has immense power and speed, plus slight improvements on the strikeout rate will make his hit tool even more coveted. This performance is one of many studly weeks I project for Jo Adell in the future, and as he moves up the ranks this season, I will bet he makes this article a few more times.
  4. Dee Gordon 2018 Outlook

    Just chop that sucker off and get back out there man!!
  5. Willy Adames 2018 Outlook

    I see him as a lesser hit tool Gleyber. Supreme athlete, has speed and pop. Obviously much more interesting in dynasty than redraft but again, you never know. Like others have said add now, ask later.
  6. Willy Adames 2018 Outlook

    Finally, Willy has been freed!
  7. Jordon "Jo" Adell - OF LAA

    I see Mookie Betts kinda upside if he (greatly) improves his plate discipline. Wil Myers if he doesn't.
  8. Jordon "Jo" Adell - OF LAA

    1-3 with his 6th jack of the year. Stud. Stud. Stud.
  9. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

  10. Josh Hader 2018 Outlook

    I know it's been said before but holy **** is this guy impressive. He completely DOMINATED both his innings today in every facet. 6 of the 7 batters he faced struck out swinging. In those 2.1 innings, he had 15 swinging strikes. That's just completely and utterly stupid. Watching him preserve a 1 run lead in the ninth with Buxton on first was, again, just ridiculously impressive. He must have thrown 6 or 7 times over to first to keep Buxton, who is possibly the fastest man in the league tied down to 1st base without one single attempt to steal second. And he did all of this throwing 99% fastballs. Just unreal. He's now the 17th overall ranked player in my league and I am DYING to see what he could do as a starter.
  11. Sean Newcomb 2018 Outlook

    I'm going to try to watch his next start, Boston should be a good test for him. Pretty amazing schedule so far. Hopefully he gets the walks under control.
  12. Sean Newcomb 2018 Outlook

    He's been blessed with 6 straight games facing the worst teams in baseball. Who does he face next?
  13. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    In a full healthy year I see his floor being around 20-25 HR. If everything clicks and he takes full advantage of Yankee stadium, I think he could pop 40+. Guy has enormous raw power.
  14. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    I agree they probably won't throw him in the 3 hole immediately but if he hits, I could see it happening fairly quickly. That was his spot in the spring and Didi is in a deep slump right now as much as I love him.