Bill Blazejowski

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  1. Nelson Cruz 2018 Outlook

    I actually forgot he was even on my team until this hot streak. He wasn't terrible or anything, just mediocre until this point. It's nice to see him mashing finally.
  2. Dansby Swanson 2018 Outlook

    That fact that he's looked good multiple times this year is encouraging. I assumed that though he looked good in the beginning of the year, he'd fall off a cliff never to be seen again. That fact that he's bounced back after slumping is a pleasant surprise. You could argue that the only reason he slumped in the first place was because of the wrist injury.
  3. June Closer Thread 2018

    Do my eyes deceive me or does Melancon actually look pretty good? He's only thrown 2 innings so far but he's got 5 k's in those 2 innings. I pretty much pronounced him dead for fantasy purposes earlier in the year and Strickland hasn't really done anything to lose the job but it's something to keep an eye on nonetheless.
  4. Madison Bumgarner 2018 Outlook

    6 innings 2 er 3k's, 82 pitches. Kind of smoke and mirrored his way to that line but not bad for his first start.
  5. Madison Bumgarner 2018 Outlook

    Unless you've got studs at all your SP spots, I don't see how you don't start him. Bum's a horse (and one of the few left) where if he's ready to pitch for the Giants then he's ready to pitch for me as well. Though I said he probably won't throw more than 90 pitches, it wouldn't surprise me if Bochy just let's Bum be Bum and keep him out there as long as he's effective. Plus, I've had him stashed for over 2 months now and I'm itching to get him in my starting lineup.
  6. Madison Bumgarner 2018 Outlook

    Anyone think he'll be on a pitch count in his first start? I don't think he will be but I doubt he throws more than 90.
  7. Mark Trumbo 2018 Outlook

    He's got 1 BB against 22 ks so far this year. Other than that one blight, he looks pretty good. Can't believe they have Chris Davis and his .158 BA hitting in front of him.
  8. 2018 - The Race to .200

    Wow, Chris Davis' batting average has gone DOWN since that last post. Currently at .161. I'm all in on him to take the crown this year.
  9. Miles Mikolas 2018 Outlook

    Love the way this guy pitches. He's not going to hurt himself by walking a bunch of guys, he's going to make you hit the ball.
  10. Whit Merrifield 2018 Outlook

    More position eligibility never hurts. Every team is a couple of injuries away from having a positional strength turn into a weakness.
  11. Matt Carpenter 2018 Outlook

    I'm still checking his stats every other day out of morbid curiosity and he's showing no signs of turning it around.
  12. Starling Marte 2018 Outlook

    He's only played more than 135 games once in his career so this isn't surprising. I was waiting for the inevitable DL stint I just hope it's the minimum 10 days. Don't be surprised if he hits the DL again at some point in the year.
  13. Madison Bumgarner 2018 Outlook

    MadBum is right where he should be. Great pitchers park, better offense than recent years (Giants are currently 13th in the MLB in runs scored), decent bullpen, Posey behind the plate, etc.
  14. Ryan Braun 2018 Outlook

    This fool always gets injured on a monday. Not that he's done anything the last few weeks anyway. 4 games in Colorado and doesn't do squat. I've mildly defended him earlier in this thread but like everyone else, I'm at the end of my rope. Unless you play in a daily lineup league I don't think he's draftable anymore. The constant days off don't even seem to help keep him healthy. The Brewers are better off just playing him everyday until his inevitable injury, put him on the dl, he comes back, rinse and repeat.
  15. Robinson Cano 2018 Outlook

    Are there any examples of guys coming back from PED suspensions and immediately performing well? Based off of my foggy memory, it seems like they struggle when they initially come back and then the next year they do ok.