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  1. Jeremy Lin 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Sadly I think you’re right. He has a player option for next year so I think he’ll be back with the nets but his injury history speaks for itself.
  2. Jeremy Lin 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    Should I drop him in my 14 team dynasty?
  3. Zach Lavine 2017-2018 Season Outlook

    He’s also only 22 years old, so his youth should be a plus factor in his recovery. As long as he doesn’t come back too soon I think he’ll be back to himself long term. Getting him at 100% this season is unlikely though.
  4. Thoughts on him for this year? Could be the Raptors starting SF and looks like he potentially will make a jump in year 3. Picked him up in my dynasty league to bolster my bench.
  5. Luiz Gohara 2017 Outlook

    He has the look of a good young starting pitcher with huge potential. Picked him up in my dynasty league today.
  6. Logan Morrison 2017 Outlook

    Risk of being a one hit wonder is there, plus his 2nd half of 2017 regression also. Another unknown is which team he joins next year since he'll be free agent next month. I'll drop him in my 16 team dynasty since I have other options I like more.
  7. Jack Flaherty 2017 Outlook

    Flaherty went 2 innings in yesterday's start on 34 pitches. Looks like STL didn't want to chance the game getting out of hand but used 8 pitchers in the win.
  8. Jeimer Candelario 2017 Outlook

    Picked him up this morning in dynasty. Think he's one of those guys that plays much better in the majors long term than in the minors.
  9. Greg Bird 2017 Outlook

    Can't help but wonder what Bird's 2017 stats could've been if healthy all year. Will watch the next few weeks closely...
  10. Austin Hays OF BAL

    What ceiling would his power be viewed as? 30+HR?
  11. Austin Hays OF BAL

    Grabbing him now in my yahoo dynasty league. Have to drop Fisher or Soto though...leaning towards Soto
  12. Jack Flaherty, SP STL

    Cardinals right-handed prospect Jack Flaherty will start against the Giants on Friday. Flaherty has been putting up big numbers while splitting time between Double- and Triple-A this season In 25 starts covering 148 2/3 frames in the minors, the 21-year-old right-hander owns a 2.18 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 147/35 K/BB ratio. A spot in the rotation freed up following the Cardinals' trade of Mike Leake earlier on Wednesday. Flaherty holds some appeal for streaming purposes now that he is set for his major league debut. Aug 30 - 5:19 PM Source: St. Louis Cardinals on Twitter
  13. Brent Honeywell - SP TB

    Can't blame him for being upset. He's been ready to debut in the Majors for months.
  14. Juan Soto-OF Nationals

    Finally back in minors on rehab assignment and played today. Drew a walk...glad he's healthy and on the field again. Let's see how he does the rest of the season and into the offseason.
  15. Juan Soto-OF Nationals

    Any news on his health status? Last I heard he was expected to return by late August.