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  1. Jon Gray 2018 Outlook

    @Backdoor Slider he was called up ONLY due to injury
  2. Jon Gray 2018 Outlook

    You're on the internet so just go to his page....He didn't make it out of the 5th, striking out 7 and walking four in his second outing. Gonna need a little better than that. Thought he'd be back after the ASB but might be a bit longer.
  3. Kris Bryant 2018 Outlook

    Which numbers are those?
  4. Nick Kingham 2018 Outlook

    Maybe they’ll replace him with Keller.
  5. Yu Darvish 2018 Outlook

    Its not about winning arguments. Not gonna say the WS had no effect on his mental makeup but to say he wouldn’t sign with them is simply incorrect. The Dodgers chose not to match the Cubs’ offer. Also, His 2017 total was 209 strikeouts, that’s elite starting pitching as far as I’m concerned for fantasy purposes. Sure, wasn’t at Cy Young form and may not ever be at that level again. Doesn’t mean he can’t be a steady top 20-30 pitcher.
  6. Yu Darvish 2018 Outlook

    What did he have down the stretch with L.A? 61 Ks in 49 innings with a 3.44 ERA.
  7. Matt Harvey 2018 Outlook

    More importantly he averaged 95 withthe fastball. The slider is getting swing and misses at his 2013 levels also.
  8. Venezuelan 22-year-old gets to face the Mets in his debut. He dominated Double-A (0.62 ERA with a 29.5 K % that dropped to 18.8 percent with a 3.38 ERA in 4 Triple-A starts.
  9. Sean Manaea 2018 Outlook

    Missing spots. Leaving things up and throwing a lot of fly balls. The homer was up in a 20 mph wind but he has to make a fix.
  10. Sean Manaea 2018 Outlook

    His last two starts have been awful. He won at Boston with a quality start just three starts ago. Last I checked, that’s an elite offense. In his 11 starts, six of them have come against teams in the top 8 in MLB in runs scored (Boston x 2, Houston x 2, Angels and Jays). Four of the other have are also top half offenses (Dodgers, Rangers, Seattle x 2). I’m willing to call the decent starts a slump for now. But to call this guy garbage makes no sense.
  11. Sean Manaea 2018 Outlook

    Seems like a lot of reactionary posts here. Pitchers slump too. Regression was always coming. The ERA is right about equal to the xFIP now. He’s a mid-rotation starter. A lot of the takes from his big start were saying that. I don’t feel like people were suggesting he was some perennial Cy Young contender.
  12. Kyle Schwarber 2018 Outlook

    Im using my eyes, just using the metric to back it up and help out those that don’t watch all his games.
  13. Kyle Schwarber 2018 Outlook

    https://twitter.com/Josh_Frydman/status/999442812407091201 Looks pretty mean. In 2018, 4 outfield assists, tied for 6th among all outfielders. From 2015-2018, UZR/150 ranks 14th in 1,400 innings. That defensive liability narrative can die any day now.
  14. Kyle Schwarber 2018 Outlook

    Not really. Helping prove he is improved and plenty adequate. And since 2015, he ranks near the top in the same metric.
  15. Kyle Schwarber 2018 Outlook

    Currently leads all qualified MLB left fielders in UZR/150 and his 3 assists are second.