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  1. Absolutely, I'd argue no matter the roster/milb roster size. He's a top-100 fantasy prospect for me.
  2. One of my favorite pitching prospects. Obviously a lot can happen but the sky is the limit. So much velocity with such little effort
  3. Absolutely. It's a hill I'll gladly die on though, just think Alonso is that good
  4. Honestly I'd rather have the Harper/Alonso side. I think Alonso is just starting to come into his own as a top-10 player in fantasy for years, if not even higher than that. I think he'll be the best 1B in fantasy baseball not named Cody Bellinger for at least a half decade, and I still believe Harper can turn it around and be who he was in 2015. Love Sanchez and Meadows but I just prefer Alonso over the other guys.
  5. Would be adamant for Soto. I'd me more looking to trade Brantley for pitching, I think you could get a better deal. Back to what you asked though, Soto is a top-15 keeper already and will only improve in my mind. He's largely squashed health concerns he had as a prospect(besides the back spasms earlier this month). I'm just not all-in on Clevinger, and would rather keep Soto.
  6. I would keep Greinke. Even if he misses 2 starts, I like his outlook the rest of the season more.
  7. 20 team AVG./OBP./SLG dynasty league Who would you rather have long term, Rhys Hoskins or Austin Meadows?
  8. Looking for a free startup dynasty. When it comes to minor league spots the more the merrier but willing to do any scoring types email at if you have one for me
  9. I'll take Bronx Bombers if they're still available.
  10. I definitely do this deal. Hiura is a solid prospect, while I'm also a big fan of Willie Calhoun even with last year not being ideal. Greene is icing on the cake. I understand TJ is still a big deal but if he's the 3rd best prospect in a deal for Price, even with Anderson involved, thats a terrific return.
  11. 20 team league, 7x7 most categories. A guy was looking for a 3B, and since I have Bregman and Scott Kingery, I offered him Brian Anderson for Jon Gray straight up. He declined and said he would do Brian Anderson and Corey Ray for Jon Gray. What do you all think? I have a lot of hesitation since Ray was my 4th overall pick last year and it looks like he’s getting a lot better, but I’m tired of trying to build thru the draft and Gray would be a solid #2/#3 starter on my team next year. Do you guys see Gray getting better by next year? Is he worth the cost of Ray and Anderson?
  12. Looking for 2 new owners in an ESPN 16-team dynasty with separate prospect rosters Heres a link to the teams Bit of a rebuild, has the 9th overall pick in the draft. Probably the best team for the future. Playoff team now, also had Vlad Jr and Willie Calhoun Heres a link to the farm systems If interested, email me at
  13. 20 team-league, 5x5. My roster isn't perfect, but I've got Aaron Judge and Kyle Tucker on the way. Trying to upgrade my team around them, especially 3B and OF. The offer I'm thinking of throwing out is trading away Ender Inciarte, Trevor Story, Mike Soroka, and Joey Wentz for Michael Conforto, Matt Olson, and Anthony Rendon. He is obsessed with Braves players(asked about all my Braves players, its what started conversations), but since I'm absolutely not trading Swanson(personal bias, absolutely adore him) I'm willing to trade Story instead. Is this a bad deal to offer? Giving up too little? Heres my offensive lineup C-Mike Zunino 1B-Yonder Alonso 2B-Jonathon Schoop 3B-Marwin Gonzalez SS-Trevor Story IF-Paul DeJong OF-Aaron Judge OF-Jose Bautista OF-Mark Trumbo OF-Ender Inciarte UTIL-Todd Frazier B-Dansby Swanson
  14. if it's free, Been playing dynasty one year, have been in a redraft non-PPR for 5 years.