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  1. KyletheMachine's Mid-May Top 75 fantasy Prospects

    No Colton Welker among the 3b on this list?
  2. Yoan Moncada 2018 Outlook

    Looks like he could be activated off the DL on Tuesday.
  3. Nate Pearson - SP TOR

    I don’t see how his MLB timetable doesn’t get pushed back now to Fall 2019 or later. He’s going to miss at least half of this year.
  4. Off to a hot start this season for the Rays. He was once a top 10 shortstop prospect, but is only 24. In 44 ABs, hitting .318, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 13 BB. Could this be his MLB breakout?
  5. Byron Buxton 2018 Outlook

    Looks like maybe Wednesday 4/25..he’s on a rehab assignment playing DH today, then CF Mon & Tues.
  6. Brandon McCarthy 2018 Outlook

    Picked him up for depth. I don’t think he’ll keep this up all season, but for now he’s a decent add
  7. Brent Honeywell - SP TB

    Honeywell was sent to AAA, so he won’t be eligible for MLB DL. Still holding him on my roster in dynasty.
  8. Raimel Tapia 2018 Outlook

    Starting season at AAA...ugh. Feels like the Rockies will never give him a chance at steady playing time.
  9. Austin Hays 2018 Outlook

    Definitely a dynasty hold. I have him stashed in mine. He’ll be back in the majors by June at the latest I think.
  10. Nate Pearson - SP TOR

    Thanks for the advice guys...grabbed him off the waiver wire in my dynasty league. Sounds like a future stud.
  11. Brent Honeywell - SP TB

    Brent Honeywell underwent successful Tommy John surgery on Tuesday. Dr. James Andrews conducted the surgery. Honeywell will miss the entire 2018 season, which is a tough blow for one of the top pitching prospects in the game. He'll try to get back on track early on in 2019. Source: Marc Topkin on Twitter Feb 27 - 12:24 PM
  12. Brent Honeywell - SP TB

    Brent Honeywell has been diagnosed with a right forearm strain. More tests will have to be run before the Rays have an idea on the full extent of the injury, but the news is already troublesome. Honeywell cut short a bullpen session Thursday morning in Rays camp after feeling pain in his throwing arm. He was "clearly upset" as he walked off the practice field with a trainer, per Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times. More should be known on Friday. The 22-year-old right-hander is considered one of the top prospects in baseball. Source: Marc Topkin on Twitter Feb 22 - 12:16 PM My first thought was Tommy John...forearm strain sounds much less severe ...fingers crossed 🤞
  13. Any word on his status for tonight? Game is at 5pm EST today
  14. 2017-2018 Off-season and Hot Stove Thread

    According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, Charlie Blackmon is now represented by ACES. Blackmon was previously represented by Sports One Athlete Management. The move was likely done with next offseason in mind, as the 31-year-old has the chance to cash in big in free agency. Blackmon won his first batting title this past season while hitting .331/.399/.601 with 37 homers, 104 RBI, and 14 steals. He finished fifth in the NL MVP balloting. Nov 27 - 3:05 PM Source: Jerry Crasnick on Twitter Wonder if the Rockies will try to move him before next seasons trade deadline. Looks like Blackmon is seeking a huge deal next offseason and it’s debatable how much Colorado can afford to pay him.
  15. Picked him up as my backup TE.