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  1. Walker Buehler 2018 Outlook

    Man this guy is really turning into the SP1 of the future for my team. Love Buehler. He looks like he’s the complete package. I’m hoping he can be one of my “go to” SP for years to come in my keeper league. I’m especially impressed with his intellect and how he seems to be making all the right small adjustments so quickly. He seems to be improving and refining his craft with every start and when you combine this with his physical gifts then you’ve got the makings of a real stud.
  2. Tyler O'Neill 2018 Outlook

    31 dingers last year in AAA so this ain't no flukey power surge.
  3. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    I admit I'm concerned about Schoop. Slow start, DL stint, and not much production to date. My main worry is he's not an OBP guy, so without bombs he's not worth much with his low BA. He's burning a roster spot in my keeper league and needs to get it going! Was last year a mirage?
  4. Alex Reyes SP STL

    Spin: Reyes has now racked up 31 whiffs over 16 innings in his rehab outings at three different levels of the Cardinals organization. The 23-year-old worked up to 93 pitches in Saturday's start, and he's scheduled for one final rehab appearance Thursday with Triple-A Memphis, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Reyes will then be eligible to return from the disabled list May 28, when there's a chance he could immediately work into the starting rotation. Adam Wainwright (elbow) will still be sidelined at that point, while Carlos Martinez (lat) is likely out of action until early June. Consequently, Trezza reports that Reyes could usurp current fill-in John Gant or send either Luke Weaver or Jack Flaherty to the bullpen. Sat, May 19
  5. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Spin: Reyes has now racked up 31 whiffs over 16 innings in his rehab outings at three different levels of the Cardinals organization. The 23-year-old worked up to 93 pitches in Saturday's start, and he's scheduled for one final rehab appearance Thursday with Triple-A Memphis, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Reyes will then be eligible to return from the disabled list May 28, when there's a chance he could immediately work into the starting rotation. Adam Wainwright (elbow) will still be sidelined at that point, while Carlos Martinez (lat) is likely out of action until early June. Consequently, Trezza reports that Reyes could usurp current fill-in John Gant or send either Luke Weaver or Jack Flaherty to the bullpen. Sat, May 19
  6. Byron Buxton 2018 Outlook

    I'm a sucker for toolsy guys with high upside. I'm hoping that the Buxton owner in my keeper league will drop him so I can pick him up (but I doubt he's that dumb).
  7. Lewis Brinson 2018 Outlook

    I agree Brinson is somewhat similar to Buxton. I'm wondering how long it takes Brinson to fill out physically and mature at the plate. It may take him 2-3 years and he's probably only valuable in dynasty leagues. But, this dude sure has proven performance in MILB (much like Buxton). I'd love to see both of these guys reach their potential because they could be amazing IF they could get it all together.
  8. Jose Martinez 2018 Outlook

    This dude has over .300 BA, over .370 OBP, and over .850 OPS. Nobody in deeper keeper/dynasty leagues is complaining.
  9. Tyler O'Neill 2018 Outlook

    I agree that O'Neill is probably more valuable in a keeper/dynasty league. Based on this guys proven performance in MILB this dude could be a 30HR guy given enough at bats. I have him in my keeper league, so of course I hope this guy keeps raking now that he's been called up again. Also, I don't care if he's only 5'11" and looks like Popeye (I don't know what that has to do with anything).
  10. Addison Russell 2018 Outlook

    Russell is probably only an add in deeper/keeper leagues. To expect more out of him is a stretch. I have him in my 16 team keeper league and platoon him. His youth and upside is intriguing, but I certainly am not expecting him to be a big difference maker this year. However, his talent is note worthy and he may be much more valuable in a couple of more years.
  11. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    DeGrom silenced his doubters tonight. Atta boy!
  12. Justin Turner 2018 Outlook

    He’s plugged into my lineup every day now. Glad to have a consistent hitter on my team with some pop in his bat.
  13. Yasiel Puig 2018 Outlook

    Last year he started off slow and then got red hot the second half. Let’s hope for a repeat.
  14. Yu Darvish 2018 Outlook

    Hmmmmm... well... on to Cincinnati and hoping for a QS...
  15. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Great news! I'm looking forward to a healthy Reyes coming off the DL soon. I traded for him last off season and I expect his high upside will have been well worth the wait.