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  1. Nick Senzel- 3B Reds

    I could see them trading Gennett, but I doubt they just let him walk. His arb number was only like 5.7M last season, so even with an upgrade on that it'll be around 8-9M at most I'd expect. With the lost season, they would be stupid to not get something out of him.
  2. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    I've provided answers... in the past... several times. You have even quoted some of those answers and now you feel the need to say I have to cite them AGAIN? That's trolling. Either you didn't read any of my previous posts and just quote me to stir sh!t or you just didn't understand what you read. You have also cited SEVERAL times that scouts think he can stick at 3b. You... yourself.
  3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Also this is an Milb forum. Doesnt necessarily mean it has to be fantasy based. Name isnt Milb fantasy forum now is it?
  4. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    You really need to troll? Maybe go back and read other scouting reports that i already posted to show how off 'professional' scouts are. I personally know more than one since i have done scouting in the past for a college wooden bat league that has had some big names in it. Hell, one of the athletes j got to play for our team was a finalist for an espy. Another was shane bieber. Have you scouted or do you just spout off other peoples viewpoints and are unable to formulate your own?
  5. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Pretty good write-up. Too many scouts try to project him in the future as a pure 3b when his first step is slow, leading to a reduced range at 3B. His bat is nice, but like they said, weight gain is also an issue and can lead to more problems.
  6. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Which should show you that its flawed. He most likely won't considering he hasn't had pitchers scouting him like the majors or pitchers adjusting to his weaknesses.
  7. I'd take Vikings.
  8. Weekly "Trade" League

    Send me an invite. I trade a ton.
  9. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Well of course not, his average is already down to like .515 lol. It's called confirmation bias on a small sample size... Notice you didn't bring up the fact that he has exactly zero HRs there as well.
  10. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Take the AFL with a grain of salt, there are like 3 people on his team currently hitting over .400. His team isn't even the top hitting team in the league. They are about 20 points behind Peoria, and 6 HRs behind Mesa. Look at the pitchers he is facing, the talent level is about AA.
  11. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    So you are using a picture that shows he somehow hit 200 HRs as a citation? Ya, makes sense to me.
  12. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Using a stat where they base it off standard deviations from the mean, and have ONE stat that can skew so much more than any other is a flawed concept. SB is flawed for PR. in 2014, Dee Gordon scored 7.52 points on the ESPN PR just from SBs. The leader overall that year for points was 14... half his value was purely from SB. Nobody got into the 4s for RBI, R, AVG or HR, THAT'S why it's skewed and wrong as a datapoint.
  13. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    What I'm 'on about' is using flawed data to support your argument. 90% of fantasy users don't use PR and the people who use it to try and get more value for players in trades get laughed at. It is one of MANY different data points you should use in CONJUNCTION with each other, otherwise it's flawed. Ken Rosenthal laughs at the overall use of PR on ESPN lol. Did you know their standard deviation for average is 50 points?
  14. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    [ ED NOTE: 4 rapid-fire comments merged. @daynlokki, this is my final warning about rapid-fire posting. Take some time to make your points in a single post or you're going to get a timeout. ] OK here we go. If the positions grade out about equally in roto and one position comes with a 20% disadvantage, wouldn't that position then be considered deeper overall? Even more fun, take out SB and tell me how close those positions are since that would be a better gauge overall since it takes out a skewed stat. If you wanna keep it in, then know you will need to downgrade Vlad, he won't be running in the majors at all IMO. He doesn't have the feel or the speed on the basepaths. As a 3b without speed, using the ESPN PR, he's middling at his position as his power stroke isn't there yet either. He's probably around a cap of 25 HRs this first year, if that. He hasn't hit one in the AFL yet, despite an average over .500 and extreme hitter-friendly parks. In fact, in 5x5 with the Blue Jays being a bottom tier offense WITH him, you also need to reign in his RBI and R production too, which would lower him even farther.