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  1. Scott Kingery 2018 Outlook

    Anyone who doubts Kingery's long term value in a dynasty format is dumb IMO
  2. Yordan Alvarez 1B HOU

    Alvarez is pretty much on the same level Eloy as a pure hitter for me. But seriously look at his numbers he is right on par with him and arguably better. While Alvarez boasts a higher K rate he walks even more and boasts a swinging strike % 4 points lower than him. Not to mention Yordan is a year younger as well. The main thing going in Eloy's favor is a longer track record.
  3. Caleb Smith 2018 Outlook

    Not quite a J.A. Happ, but shoot I'll take it!
  4. Cavan Biggio -- INF Toronto

    Really don't know what to make of this guy. K rate is at 25.7%, but he has an insane BB% and a really good swstr% of 8.7%. HR/FB has more than tripled. Wish I knew if he has unlocked more exit velo / bat speed somehow. Anyone have links to updated scouting reports?
  5. Edwin Rios- 3B Dodgers

    It's really too bad with Turner out he made have gotten a look. Missed opportunities, man.
  6. Garrett Hampson COL - SS/IF

    The fact that Fangraphs gave Hampson a 50 hit tool potential and 40 current is absurd IMO. Dude has had swinging strike % under 6% the past 2 seasons, but what do I know *shrugs*.
  7. J.D. Davis 2018 Outlook

    @JFS179 looks like you hit the nail on the head. Report came out about the lack of PT in OF and that's why they went with Kemp. Meanwhile, he hit for the cycle last night BA up to .425 now... been playing all his games in LF...... definitely may want to stash in deep leagues.
  8. Caleb Smith 2018 Outlook

    Going to pull a J.A. Happ next week against the Mets. Don't get too high or too low after any start.
  9. Rhys Hoskins 2018 Outlook

    The nice part: his HR/FB% usually was around 20% in the minors. Sitting at about 10% now. The bad part: his BA is supported by a .377BABIP
  10. 2018 Call Up Watch Thread

    So as far speculation if you are looking for pitching stashes and missed out on the Lucchesi, Romero, Kingham, Peralta, and Banda's of the world it's definitely time to start thinking of stashing Enyel De Los Santos and Dennis Sanatana. Both look like the next men up to me in their rotations and have significant upside. Another obvious one is Corbin Burnes, but I'm assuming most people are already on to him. Alcantara & Allard can be considered as well, but I'm not as high on either.
  11. DJ LeMahieu 2018 Outlook

    If they wanted to get aggressive they could promote Hampson who has been killing AA, but I think that is a bit of a long shot. His defense would definitely be a step up above McMahon though for sure. I think he would get the call way before Rodgers. He still has plenty of approach issues to work out in AA. Can't take a walk to save his life.
  12. J.D. Davis 2018 Outlook

    I mean Kemp is deserving of a shot too for sure. He's definitely a real sneaky option for speed in deeper leagues. Just kinda feel for some of these guys that are just trapped in no man's land behind such a loaded team.
  13. J.D. Davis 2018 Outlook

    Man... what a slap in the face, dude goes berserk, bats over .400 and still can't get a call up. Sucks to be a minor leaguer on the Astros. Hope they use him as a chip in a trade for some bullpen help. He deserves a real opportunity.
  14. J.A. Happ 2018 Outlook

    Judging from his batted ball profiles -LD/GB/FB/IFFB and Soft/Med/Hard contact everything is improved from last year. The culprit seems to be he is getting unlucky on balls leaving the yard. This is also not factoring in the improved K-rate and Swstr%. I'll put money down that his ERA moves away from his 4.33 FIP towards his 3.22xFIP. Good buy low guy in my opinion.
  15. Franmil Reyes 2018 Outlook

    James Anderson of rotowire has him as a top 75 guy. He's a pop up prospect no different than Kingery last year and zillion others before them.