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  1. Daniel Descalso 2018 Outlook

    Aside from specifics on how much of a "monster" Corporal Descalso is, if you have a really, really negative glove you could play yourself off the field in terms of value. I don't think Danny has done that, but he's not really a good defender for sure.
  2. Bryce Harper 2018 Outlook

    One of only 14 players to hit 150 HRs before his 25th birthday! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  3. Frankie Montas 2018 Outlook

    Nothing better on my wire really, so I'm going to.
  4. Miguel Sano 2018 Outlook

    Similar thing to what the Cardinals did with Grichuk. You send him back to A ball because it's where your Spring facilities are, and he can work on his swing and some other adjustments with very little pressure.
  5. Nick Senzel- 3B Reds

    I wasn't suggesting Peraza should be losing out to Senzel directly. You could easily stick Suarez back at SS and then let Senzel get occasional reps there as well. Point is, there is an INF spot open if they want him to get time. He doesn't have to take the spot directly though.
  6. Frankie Montas 2018 Outlook

    Well, guess I should have expected that.
  7. Luke Weaver 2018 Outlook

    Gant would probably come back into the rotation again. Hudson is pretty good too. And if he gets healthy, maybe Helsey down the road, but I bet they're going to treat him with kid gloves anyways.
  8. Nick Senzel- 3B Reds

    Senzel might be able to play it, but he'd probably need some in-game reps before he could get the call. Fangraphs toyed with the idea in a post-DeJong world back before the season. I was actually thinking that Senzel could get called up to 3B, which would push Suarez back to SS. He's a pretty s--- SS, but if they want to start working on Senzel's development, maybe they do it anyways, defense be damned so that Senzel can get some reps around the INF at 3B, 2B and SS.
  9. Nick Senzel- 3B Reds

    I don't see why we'd assume Scooter would be the odd-man out here. If anyone loses playing time, it's going to be Peraza, who blows. And since he sucks so much, it wouldn't be hard for the Reds to actually find every day playing time for him.
  10. Bryce Harper 2018 Outlook

    You joke, but his bad years have all been even-numbered.
  11. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    I can't believe I almost considered leaving him out of my lineup this week. Start your studs.
  12. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    Every player on that team should be salty about how piss-poor the offense is. It's an embarrassing abomination.
  13. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    If they continue being this bad through the ASB, I could see them sell some of the slightly older parts off and reloading with the returns. Not that DeGrom is exactly "old," but he's 29 to Thor's 25, and maybe they'd rather reload/rebuild around him. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  14. Jacob deGrom 2018 Outlook

    My league doesn't even use wins or QS, but God I hope the guy gets traded to a contender soon. The Mets don't deserve to be wasting his talent like this.
  15. Willie Calhoun - 2B TEX

    I think you mean June, those are his June numbers. It's really not that amazing when his season line still only stands at .273/.323/.412. He's having a nice month finally, but he's hasn't been tearing the cover off the ball like other frankly better prospects were (to say nothing of his fielding that still needs work). He'll get called up when he strings some consistency together.