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  1. Pretty simple, who would you rather have an why? H2H Categories with OPS included. Will Help with your posts
  2. Keep Soto, Acuna, or Vladimir? WHIR

    I would go with Acuna but Vlad is a close 2nd for me
  3. Stanton is currently my only keepable outfielder right now. Have solid depth at pitching (Sale, Severino, Berrios, Freeland, Tanaka, Porcello). My gut tells me Glasnow is going to have a major breakthrough this year but Pham is extremely talented and prove . Any help is greatly appreciated
  4. 2018 "Cool Story, Bro!" Thread

    No $200 buy in with my buddies. drafted gurley, conner, and chubb. Scooped up Ekeler 4-5 weeks ago off the waiver wire and was able to be first on Ware after the news. Feeling great moving forward
  5. 2018 "Cool Story, Bro!" Thread

    With this Kareem Hunt news I now have the following RB's Gurley Conner Chubb Ekeler Ware It feels good to have the depth but now I'm going insane over trying to set this lineup
  6. This is a tough one but I think Galloday is a lock even in a tough matchup just because of the volume. for the 2nd spot its a toss up for me between Josh Gordon and Boyd. I think Gordon has more upside but Boyd should see plenty of targets especially if AJ Green sits. Overall I'd go Galloday and Josh Gordon
  7. Pick 2: Golladay/Mack/Dalvin? WHIR!

    Galloday and Mack, much higher floor with both http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/735570-riddick-or-ridley-flex-help/
  8. RB advice - pick 3 of 4 WHIR

    DJ, Chubb, and Michel. I think Howard will be the better Bears Rb today over Cohen. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/735570-riddick-or-ridley-flex-help/
  9. Riddick or Ridley Flex Help!

    You dont think the dump down to Riddick will be a big option for Stafford today with the Bears pass rush?
  10. Which QB? WHIR

    I agree with the post above Jackson would be my play for sure. Dalton over Daniels though if you choose between those two
  11. .5 PPR. Julio, Thielan, and Boyd are my WR and Conner & Chubb are my Rb's. Who do I start at my flex Riddick or Ridley. I've flip flopped on this about 20 times already
  12. Rougned Odor 2018 Outlook

    5-5 today with 2 Bombs! Hes really been excellent the last month. Hopefully he has made some adjustments and can continue this. Firmly locked in to my 2B spot until further notice
  13. Domingo Santana 2018 Outlook

    I understand that for sure. I was just saying Sheffield wouldnt be in the deal. I dont think Domingo is worth an immediate big league SP upgrade. Maybe im wrong but maybe the Brewers Front Office can prove me wrong. To stay on topic I hope Domingo gets an opportunity somewhere. He has the ability with the right club to be a very nice bat for the final stretch and playoffs.
  14. Domingo Santana 2018 Outlook

    The Yankees would never move Sheffield for Santana. They refused to include him in the Machado deal. That being said Santana wouldnt be a bad fit for the Yankees for a mid level prospect.
  15. Clint Frazier 2018 Outlook

    As a Yankee fan and an owner of him in a keeper league im torn on the options. For the Yankees, they have Judge, Stanton, Gardner, and Hicks all playing well in their own ways so barring an injury where can they play Frazier? Personally I just think this year isnt going to be his year. With Gardners contract up next year I think Frazier moves into a full time role. Id love for them to hold onto him unless he needs to be included in a deal for a legit #1 pitching option. I think next year he shows how valuable he can be.