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  1. Roberto Osuna 2018 Outlook

    Ehhh 1st place......I'm in
  2. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    I mean his peripherals still look good His hard hit % is over 40, and soft hit % only around 5%. That is extremely low. So he makes strong contact. But how often does he make contact? That also is actually quite good, only a 10% swgStr with an overall respectable 78% contract rate. For comparison Judge makes contact 66% while Torres 69%. So he is making contact of plenty quality and quantity, but is batting just .205. I think he has been unlucky and a 'breakout' is still in play
  3. 6/21 - GAME DAY THREAD

    I mean that's only 7 guys. I would consider those guys 'upper tier Aces'. To me, an Ace like you said is SP1 caliber. There should be about 10-14 aces, and about half of them (7) are upper-tier aces.
  4. Michael Brantley 2018 Outlook

    I like it. Finally feels confident enough to do so following his ankle surgery. I still think he gets 15-20 SB this year
  5. Shane Bieber 2018 Outlook

    Mostly element of surprise. He throws it way down out of the zone to get whiffs. If he starts throwing it more often hitters will catch on. This isn't like Berrios's curveball which has been shown effective in the zone, Bieber's curveball while ok in the zone, is more of his chase pitch.
  6. Delino DeShields 2018 Outlook

    He's a stud, I'm amazed how he has turned around and started drawing so many walks after it was K after K
  7. June Closer Thread 2018

    Obviously going to take more than 1 blown save to lose a closing job you have held without any threats for over 2 months in the season. A situation worth monitoring but unlikely there is a change coming soon.
  8. Shane Bieber 2018 Outlook

    I watched the start His FB command was good, his curveball was a good wipeout pitch as well. However, overall, his secondary pitches are not good. His slider and changeup looked terrible. Only his curveball was good but he wouldn't want to throw it more than 20% of the game. I still like him, he has gotten pretty unlucky in terms of BABIP and on a good offense with low walks he should be solid mid-backend SP on your fantasy rotation. He will get about 8k/9 while keeping ERA around 3.50-4 with ok WHIP (1.2-1.3) and a good share of Ws. I'm keeping. If he can somehow someday develop a strong slider or change, he will be a good/great SP.
  9. June Closer Thread 2018

    Rondon in the 9th
  10. Daniel Murphy 2018 Outlook

    Do you know how many starts he needs to gain it? Maybe on yahoo?
  11. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    Year before it was even more brutal....thik he finished as the overall #1 or at least Top 3 player 2nd half of season When he gets hot....he gets HOT. And luckily for us owners its usually in the 2nd half through playoffs he gets HOT
  12. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    Don't worry he will turn into GODzier 2nd half. For those that have owned him before you know what I'm talking about.
  13. June Closer Thread 2018

    9th inning usage is a good sign. 1-2-3 inning. Mystery remains.
  14. Evan Gattis 2018 Outlook

    Ranked as the #1 catcher in the game this year
  15. Joc Pederson 2018 Outlook

    Hes a stud