Triple Crown25

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  1. Jose Miguel Fernandez 2018 Outlook

    Wrist injury to marte to open up everyday 1B playing time maybe? Any angels folks got any word on the wrist injury for marte?
  2. Paul Goldschmidt 2018 Outlook

    If you owned him you wanted to move him. It’s easy to preach from the buy low side of this, that position wasn’t getting borderline zero production from their first round pick. I wanted to move him in my 16 teamer, just couldn’t sell as low as it would take to move him. I’m glad I didn’t, but it doesn’t mean that I didn’t want to. All I’m saying is that it’s easy to say I told you so when you aren’t watching 0-4s with 3 ks for 8 weeks.
  3. Paul Goldschmidt 2018 Outlook

    Here’s to hoping the upswing is here. I had no choice but to hold in my 16 teamer
  4. Daniel Mengden 2018 Outlook

    Terrific today. Impressive
  5. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    Yea...I think he meant pitchers on the teams listed in the post...
  6. Trea Turner 2018 Outlook

    I mean let’s be honest. Lots of people took players ahead of mookie so that’s not a fair comparison. You literally just named 2 of the top 3-4 hitters in fantasy baseball in Betts and Lindor. So yes, of course I’d rather have that pairing. If you wouldn’t rather have that pairing over ANY first 2 picks in your particular draft for your team, regardless of settings, you must not enjoy winning. I understand the point you are trying to make, but a Betts Lindor pairing in rounds 1 and 2 is legit best draft possible for what’s occurred thus far in the season.
  7. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    Glad to see I was wrong. Love watching him pitch.
  8. Yasiel Puig 2018 Outlook

    Flat line is showing some life since the DL...hope he has one of those streaks like he did a couple of years ago when he set the dodger record for hits in a month. Tried to fact check this but don’t have a ton of time to sift through the records at the moment.
  9. Trea Turner 2018 Outlook

    Slam and the legs tonight. Ho hum. He’s been money in my points league for a few weeks now. Keep on keepin on Trea
  10. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    This is the kind of info I love these forums for. Thank you for the insight and pitch breakdown.
  11. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    While I understand that logic, it’s still somewhat counterintuitive. Did they have a pitch count on him that we didn’t know about? Was he just gonna throw 50-60 pitches even if he was lights out? Maybe they played it safe. I hope so. I own zero shares of degrom, but love the way he pitches and his command of a game. I honestly think activating him today just wasn’t smart. Why not let him take another week or so? More bullpen sessions, a rehab start or two. I mean he had what? One bullpen session? Just do not understand the rush on putting him back out there.
  12. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    Great. Left in too long yet again. Dominant start and needed to be taken out and isn’t. Bomb to grandal. These guys and the Mets staff are neck and neck as most incompetent when it comes to pitchers.
  13. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    You guys can’t honestly believe the treatment of this injury and the outcome of today’s start are conicidence and rust? Maybe it is. What I’m saying is if you made me bet real money, I’d bet on the side saying this wasn’t coincidence and these things were not only related, most likely cause and effect.
  14. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    Mets staff should honestly be investigated for malpractice, all jokes aside. Kid threw like 50 pitches in the first. Should’ve never been activated from the DL, regardless of what degrom himself said about his health. Sad to see.
  15. Paul Goldschmidt 2018 Outlook

    Like I’ve been saying, I’ve been concerned. Watched a weekend series about a week ago or so and his ab’s looked awful. He just looks disinterested honestly. Lazy fly outs to right center. The most alarming stats to me are his k rate and soft contact percentage. I mentioned earlier, he only struck out 147 times last year and this year he’s already at 48. Have been concerned and still am concerned. I’m packing daily to try to recooperate value.