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  1. Chris Archer 2017 Outlook

    Been great for strikeouts but hurts you in everything else. Would be fine if he was a low round pick but a one-category producer hurts you when he's a high draft pick.
  2. Jake Lamb 2017 Outlook

    Thinking about dropping. Been very patient with this guy. He hasn't hit a homerun in god knows how long, his average is about to slip below .250, he's been doing just enough in the other categories to not look horrible. Amazing to me a guy could have a first half like he had and then completely fall off the table.
  3. Alex Wood 2017 Outlook

    I've lost all confidence in him I dropped.
  4. Chris Archer 2017 Outlook

    I watched it. Red Sox are good, and Archer didn't have his best stuff. He got in trouble early again and Mookie squeaked one over the pesky pole. Then from there on, he was just singled to death. A lot of breaking balls not breaking and staying over the middle that guys took back up through the middle. I feel like this is who he is at this point - ability to make great pitches and get a lot of strikeouts, but not consistently. He leaves breaking balls over the middle at times. If he can figure out how to not hang those mistake pitches, he'd be pretty good.
  5. Paul Goldschmidt 2017 Outlook

    They need to just DL him already. They clearly don't want him back out there anytime soon. Paul said he was fine 2 days ago.
  6. Chris Archer 2017 Outlook

    In Roto i think i'm starting him. It's too late to bench pitchers unless you're ahead of the pace. Archer's boned me all year, why not one more for good time sakes. He'll pitch 6 innings of 1 hit ball and allow 5 homers in the 7th.
  7. Chris Archer 2017 Outlook

    Any chance the Sox don't light him up in Fenway? Risky start.
  8. Tommy Pham 2017 Outlook

    What does dead arm even mean? This is the 3rd day in a row. Not sure what else we're going to get from him at this point.
  9. Kevin Gausman 2017 Outlook

    The worst "good" pitcher in the league
  10. Paul Goldschmidt 2017 Outlook

    Don't F me now big guy. We've made it 5 months - let's just cross the finish line.
  11. Alex Wood 2017 Outlook

    ESPN has Saturday.
  12. Marquise Goodwin 2017 Season Outlook

    I've always liked the guys potential but he's been trapped as the 3rd man in Buffalo his whole career. He's labeled a deep threat because that's all Buffalo used him for. I think he can easily be a productive every down WR given the chance - and that chance is this year. He's hands down the fastest guy in the league. If he comes out and starts running good routes, he could be a top 5 WR by years end. If he's even, he's leavin.
  13. September Call-ups Thread

    Baseball America Notable Callups Arizona DBacks Call-ups: Silvino Bracho, J.J. Hoover, John Ryan Murphy, Braden Shipley and Kristopher Negrón Atlanta Braves Call-ups: Rio Ruiz, Max Freid, Rex Brothers, Tony Sanchez Baltimore Orioles Call-ups: Chance Sisco, Pedro Alvarez, Joey Rickard Boston Red Sox Call-ups: Sam Travis, Blake Swihart, Austin Maddox, Roenis Elias, Tzu-Wei Lei Chicago Cubs Call-ups: Victor Caratini, Dillon Maples, Justin Grimm, Mike Freeman. More to come Cincinnati Reds Call-ups: Zach Vincej and Ariel Hernandez Cleveland Indians Call-ups: Francisco Mejia, Greg Allen Earlier in the week manager Terry Francona said the Indians promote some players on Friday for the doubleheader at Comerica Park. He said other would be promoted on Tuesday when the minor-league seasons end. Colorado Rockies: Call-ups: Ryan McMahon, Carlos Estévez, Jeff Hoffman, Mike Tauchman, Tom Murphy, Zac Rosscup Chicago White Sox Call-ups: None Detroit Tigers Call-ups: Blaine Hardy, Jairo Labourt, Bryan Holaday, Efren Navarro Houston Astros Call-ups: Tyler White, Tony Kemp Kansas City Royals Call-ups: Andres Machado, Raul Mondesi, Cam Gallagher, Terrance Gore, Paulo Orlando Los Angeles Angels: Call-ups: Noe Ramirez, Fernando Salas, Jason Gurka, Roberto Perez, Nolan Fontana Los Angeles Dodgers Call-ups: Alex Verdugo, O'Koyea Dickson, Rob Segedin Miami Marlins Call-ups: Bryan Anderson, Dillon Peters Milwaukee Brewers Call-ups: Junior Guerra, Wei-Chung Wang, Brandon Woodruff, Brett Phillips Minnesota Twins Call-ups: Nik Turley, Buddy Boshers, Niko Goodrum New York Mets Call-ups: Jacob Rhame, Jamie Callahan New York Yankees Call-ups: Jordan Montgomery, Bryan Mitchell, Ben Heller, Eric Kratz Oakland Athletics: Call-ups: Franklin Barreto, Sam Moll, Josh Phegley, Jake Smolinski Philadelphia Phillies: Call-ups: None (J.P. Crawford expected to get the call this week) Pittsburgh Pirates: Call-ups: None San Diego Padres: Call-ups: Jordan Lyles, Kyle McGrath, Jose Valdez Seattle Mariners Call-ups: None yet San Francisco Giants: Call-ups: Derek Law, Steven Okert, Tim Federowicz, Orland Calixte St. Louis Cardinals Call-ups: Jack Flaherty, Sandy Alcantara, Alberto Rosario, Harrison Bader, Alex Mejia Tampa Bay Rays Call-ups: Curt Casali, Adam Kolarek, Ryne Stanek Texas Rangers Call-ups: Will Middlebrooks, A.J. Jimenez Toronto Blue Jays Call-ups: Teoscar Hernandez, Richard Urena Additional moves by the Jays are expected Sunday afternoon at the conclusion of the Bisons' International League regular season. Washington Nationals Call-ups: Enny Romero, Austin Adams
  14. Jake Lamb 2017 Outlook

    Back to being a platoon player. How much more does the guy have to do to get everyday AB's?