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  1. Aaron Sanchez 2018 Outlook

    I will say there were a handful of really hard hit balls that probably should have been hits but the defense really came through for him. His change up is really good right now.
  2. Blake Snell 2018 Outlook

    That last inning was rough... he got ahead on Abreu 0-2, got ahead on Davidson 1-2 and ahead of Castillo 0-2 and then ran the counts full on all three of them.
  3. 4/4 - GAME DAY THREAD

    They had the runner at first in a run down... Santana at 3rd. He scored while the runner at first was in a run-down.
  4. Blake Snell 2018 Outlook

    Agreed.
  5. SP Eligible Relievers 2018

    I'm aware, was merely commenting on what the value of having an SP w/RP eligibility was. The comment I quoted implied that there is only value in that situation if there are unusual roster or league settings.
  6. SP Eligible Relievers 2018

    CBS standard format doesn't have a start cap (weekly lineup), a strategy often used in that setting is to maximize your starts by using an SP in the RP slot and to punt saves. So this season a guy like David Price can be used in the RP role and give a team 6 starters that week instead of 5.
  7. Jake Arrieta 2018 Outlook

    will be making his spring training debut on Thursday.
  8. Kevin Gausman 2018 Outlook

    For what it’s worth... CBS is reporting that Gausman was testing out a new sinker grip yesterday.
  9. SP Eligible Relievers 2018

    Bradley didn't start a game last year, he should only carry RP eligibility this year. Having said that, Price will carry both RP/SP eligibility this year. Tyler Chatwood and Joe Musgrove are two others that come to mind. As for the OP, aside from Peacock it will be interesting to see how that rotation shakes out... McHugh specifically. Jeff Hoffman is another interesting SP that could shift to a RP role in 2018. Mike Clevinger is also intriguing, will be watching how the Indians rotation shakes out, he could be a guy that starts off out of the pen.
  10. 5 Keepers - WHIR

    Correa Ozuna Devers Acuna Nola
  11. 3 SP keepers? WHIR

    It's still super early...but looking at the roster trying to get a sense of things. Which 3 arms would you keep?... just looking for other opinions: Jake Arrieta Lance McCullers Aaron Sanchez Gerrit Cole Jose Quintana
  12. Mark Ingram 2017 Season Outlook

    100% agree. Both are extremely well rounded backs, both will get utilized.
  13. Mark Ingram 2017 Season Outlook

    Mark Ingram: Week 1: 11 Week 2: 12 Week 3: 16 Week 4: 18 it will be interesting to see what happens with AP no longer there. Kamara only has 15 rushing attempts and AP was used primarily as a rusher (27 attempts). 57 total touches for Ingram compared to 35 total touches for Kamara, I think Kamara has more room to grow than Ingram does but honestly it could go either way here.
  14. Alvin Kamara 2017 Season Outlook

    Mark Ingram: 42 rushing attempts 15 receptions Alvin Kamara: 15 rushing attempts 20 receptions Adrian Peterson: 27 rushing attempts 2 receptions will be very interesting to see how this plays out for Ingram/Kamara. With Sean Payton, I don't know that I would be shocked either way.
  15. Mike Evans 2017 Season Outlook

    Honestly, it’s not important. I personally expect Winston and Jackson to start converting more than they are now, but I don’t envision a scenario where Jackson is the target leader. I’ll bet on Evans to finish north of 150 targets , which would put him towards the top of the leader board. I would be happy owning either Jackson or Evans.