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  1. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    I’ve been platooning him all year with Yangervis Solarte. At the start of the year I never thought I would have to do that. Schoop has a faint glimmer of hope (barely) that many of us still cling to. Basically he has gone from one of my top ten players at the start of the year to a platoon player at best. I’m in a keeper league and he’s untradable and I don’t want to drop him until next year. The best I can hope for is to toss him into a trade in the upcoming off season.
  2. Hunter Strickland 2018 Outlook

    Bad things happen when you punch walls 🤬
  3. Jameson Taillon 2018 Outlook

    Taillon had a nice QS against the Diamondbacks tonight. His ERA now sits at 3.94 for the year. Taillon may not excite a lot of people, but this is the kind of SP5 that adds really good depth to a fantasy team. As he continues to mature and gain more experience, I could see him continuing to improve. He may never be an "ace" but a quality SP4/5 is always good to have.
  4. Josh Hader 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, I think the ship is steaming along just fine with Andrew Miller type of numbers at such a young age. Hader has already proven to have the versatility to be a game changer at the reliever level and if the Brewers can make it to the playoffs then they will find this to be even more valuable. I think Hader can affect more playoff games by staying in his current reliever role in any best of 7 playoff series. I see no good reason to change him to a starter when the evidence has already shown otherwise. I have him on my fantasy baseball team and I'm fine as is.
  5. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    If it wasn't for what he did last year he woulda been dropped in every redraft league this year. He's living off last year's name. I'm beginning to doubt that he has the ability to bounce back. He lacks plate discipline (he doesn't take many walks) and when you couple this with his low BA then that spells bad news. It looks like pitchers have found a hole in his swing and they are exploiting it. I hope I'm wrong but that's what it looks like.
  6. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    I just hope that Reyes can make it through all this and get totally healthy. This guy has gone through a lot. He did so much work to get over TJ and now this. So much recovery work to go through yet again. That's a tough long haul and it will be a real challenge to his inner fortitude. I'll be pulling for him all the way and certainly hope he can reach his full potential. It doesn't look good right now, but we're all going to find out a lot more about recovering from a lat injury and how big Reyes' heart is.
  7. Brendan Rodgers - SS COL

    I agree that the Rockies off season moves will have a large bearing on this situation and what they do with Story, DJ, McMahon, Hampson and others. But the way it looks right now, Rodgers will not have a significant role in 2018. Of course, I could be wrong.
  8. Brendan Rodgers - SS COL

    Yeah, that’s what I’m thinking too. Rodgers call up seems to be more like mid/late 2019 now.
  9. Brendan Rodgers - SS COL

    Brendan Rodgers is considered as the Rockies #1 prospect. Several sources have him slated for a mid/late 2018 call up. But, there doesn't seem like there's any clear path for him to MLB this year. Anyone know what the likelihood of him getting a chance to start at 2B for the Rockies in 2019? Because of DJ, Story and McMahon is Rodgers call up more likely to be mid/late 2019? Thoughts anyone?
  10. Jameson Taillon 2018 Outlook

    Excellent outing tonight against STL with 8IP, 3H, 0R, 1BB and 6K. His slider was the difference maker tonight. Would love to see him string several QS in a row now. With a FB that sits 95-97 this dude has the stuff to be a 3.50ERA kinda guy.
  11. Yu Darvish 2018 Outlook

    I put Darvish up on the trading block in my league and received zero offers. Nothing.
  12. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    All I can say is, wow, Reyes can throw 92-96 with a significant lat strain! Dude will sit 96-100 when healthy. I gotta keep him to see that.
  13. Rougned Odor 2018 Outlook

    Everyone should kep Odor except for me. I need any advantage I can get to win this year.
  14. Jonathan Schoop 2018 Outlook

    Yeah, let’s face it. Schoop is out of whack. He’s got 40K and 4BB. Not sure if he’s going to bounce back this year. He definitely seems stuck in a rut. Also, his career MLB batting average is only .261 and he’s always been a low OBP guy too. Obviously pitchers have found his weakness and are exploiting it. How long will it take for Schoop to make the necessary adjustments to bounce back? I’ve got Schoop on my keeper team and I’m keeping him for now. But, at sometime in the future I need to quit hoping and base his spot on my roster on performance alone. All signs point towards me finding someone else to play 2B.
  15. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Reyes may have left Wednesday's start against the Brewers with an injury, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. Spin: There was a noticeable drop in his velocity from inning to inning, but he got back up to 96 mph and threw 95 mph on his final out. It is unclear what the exact nature of the injury is at this point, or if his exit was even injury related. He threw four scoreless frames, giving up three hits and two walks while striking out four. Reyes threw 73 pitches -- 42 for strikes. Wed, May 30