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  1. Seranthony Dominguez 2018 Outlook

    Looks like he's either running out of gas or the league is catching up to him a bit. Neris has been insane since returning, so if you can pick him up, I think he'll get the save chances in September. I just made the move in my playoffs matchup.
  2. Josh Donaldson 2018 Outlook

    Pretty clear it's down to Cardinals (front-runner) or Indians to acquire Donaldson before tonight's deadline. Either way, not sure he's an everyday player, considering he's still recovering from the worst calf injury of all time, but I think he could provide something like 10-5-13 in September.
  3. Mallex Smith 2018 Outlook

    His highest total in the majors is 59. But he stole 165 bases in 149 games in 2012 between AA, A+ and the fall league haha.
  4. Trade Trout ?

    Get Vladdy and keep him forever! Love Trout but Vladdy is 8 years younger
  5. Wilson Ramos 2018 Outlook

    Lineup just released. Alfaro is starting tonight, but Ramos is with the team. Should be starting tomorrow.
  6. 8/3 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Go Gonzales! He's been lights out lately and Toronto is a cupcake!
  7. Brian Dozier 2018 Outlook

    New starting 2B for the LA Dodgers!! Not sure where he'll hit in the order, but leadoff would make sense.
  8. July Closer Thread 2018

    I see your points, and technically Osuna has pitched this year (15 IP, whereas Rondon has 36 IP...). Also, Osuna has been one of the league's top 10 closers the last few years, and is a workhorse (once he rebuilds stamina) you can send out there 3 straight days. So from production standpoint, I don't think teams have to be worried. However, as a Rondon owner I hope they leave things as they are.
  9. July Closer Thread 2018

    What break?? Anyway, yes I think he'll be the closer. He's earned the job.
  10. Rotoworld Blurb Mistake/Argument Thread

    Pouliot's rankings are consistently awful. Just read into the list and you can see there's about 50 guys way off. Or better yet, save your time and don't read his rankings at all
  11. July Closer Thread 2018

    You're right that nobody knows for sure, given Kapler's short track record and I agree he's done a nice job. Since I own Seranthony and closely follow the bullpen in Philly, I'd say it's mostly been Seranthony with Arano mixed in since Neris was sent down and Edubray Ramos got hurt,. As a partially-biased spectator, I don't think they can keep sending Arano out there and fully trusting him - he's been shaky almost every time I've watched and playoff race pressure is a different animal. Seranthony is far and away more dominant and deserving of the role. All that being said, Britton would be a reliable option in the 9th, giving Kapler the option to use Seranthony earlier or use him against a righty heavy last 3 outs.
  12. July Closer Thread 2018

    Phillies - Yes. Kapler seems to prefer Seranthony in the Miller/Hader role, so Britton would fit nicely as the closer.
  13. July Closer Thread 2018

  14. Kyle Gibson 2018 Outlook

    Well said! I've watched a few of his latest starts, and his slider is devastating. It's a legit out pitch, which helps to explain how he is keeping his ERA manageable with the walks and loud contact. Totally agree he'll have his ups and downs, but in my roto league I'm starting him every time out.
  15. July Closer Thread 2018

    Coming off of Injury or not, Britton is 10000000% not just a name. ERA under 2 in 2014 and 2015, with 73 combined saves. THEN, 0.54 ERA and 47 saves in 2016.