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  1. Carlos Santana 2018 Outlook

    That would be nice. Franco should be on the bench for his local high school team.
  2. Greg Bird 2018 Outlook

    Definitely a target of mine. Steamer projects him to have a K% of 21.9%, which is pretty much league average. He's also projected to have a BB% of 11.4%, which is quite good. If he gives you 30 homers, 90-100 RBI, 80-90 runs, and a 120+ wRC+, you're looking at a very good player. He went in the 9th round in the first mock draft and the 12th round in the second draft. If things go as planned, he could produce like a 5th round player.
  3. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    It would be nice if he could get his BB% up to around 10%. Other than that, he's a very good player. I would probably take him after the 5th round.
  4. Luke Weaver 2018 Outlook

    There's really nothing not to like about this dude. 2017: 10.74 K/9 2.54 BB/9 1.04 HR/9 3.17 FIP 2.93 xFIP 3.29 SIERA He was actually unlucky in 2017. His strand rate was below league average, so his ERA should have been a bit lower. I'm not expecting a 10+ K/9 in 2018, but a 9.0 - 9.5 K/9 seems entirely possible based on his stuff. If he can give you 170 IP, 3.5 ERA, 9 K/9, 3 BB/9, and a 1.15 HR/9, you're looking at a very solid SP2 or an elite SP3.
  5. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    He's still a fantastic SP1 if you have a good group of hitters. Hopefully the Mets can score some runs for him.
  6. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, probably an SP3. Steamer has him projected to pitch 113 innings with a 4.06 ERA. He threw 155 innings in 2017, so I'm guessing he'll throw around 175 in 2018. As far as ERA, I think he will finish around 3.6 - 3.7.
  7. Luke Weaver 2018 Outlook

    He pitched 137.1 innings last season, so he should be able to throw around 160 - 175 innings in 2018. Solid SP3/SP4.
  8. Atlanta Braves 2018 Season Outlook

    As a Freeman owner, I don't like the trade. Let's just hope Inciarte has 200 hits again in 2018.
  9. I only prefer PDFs because of the updates. I usually just print them whenever they are updated.
  10. 2017-2018 Off-season and Hot Stove Thread

    You are correct regarding Williams. In 2017, the average O-Swing% was 29.9%. Williams was at 44.6%. That means that of all the pitches thrown outside of the strike zone, he swung at nearly half of them. That is horrendous. When he did swing at bad pitches, he couldn't make contact. His O-Contact% was 53% while the average was 62.9%. I know that 2017 was his first season, but he just doesn't seem very good.
  11. Chris Archer 2018 Outlook

    I love this guy. He has thrown 200+ innings for three straight seasons. 2017: 11.15 K/9 2.69 BB/9 1.21 HR/9 3.40 FIP 3.35 xFIP 3.44 SIERA Yeah, he gives up too many homers, but the rest of his numbers are fantastic. If he truly does get traded to the Astros, we are looking at a top 10 SP, possibly top 7. Tropicana Field is more of a pitcher's park than Minute Maid Park, but he should finally be able to win more games than he loses. I'm just hoping he gets traded to a team that can actually score some runs, I don't know who it is. I would love to have this guy as my SP2 in 2018.
  12. 2017-2018 Off-season and Hot Stove Thread

    Hoping that Archer gets traded to a decent team, I would love to own him in 2018.
  13. 2017-2018 Off-season and Hot Stove Thread

    Big trade between the Dodgers and Braves. https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2017/12/dodgers-acquire-matt-kemp.html As a Freddie Freeman owner, I'm not too happy about the Braves getting rid of Kemp.
  14. Rotoworld Baseball Mock Draft V1 picks

    @colepenhagen You were supposed to tag me. Wieters @kidtwentytwo