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  1. Madison Bumgarner 2018 Outlook

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/split.fcgi?id=bumgama01&year=Career&t=p#all_3637664071 At Coors field versus Rockies: 5-5 with a 1.40 WHIP/6.6 K per 9/4.00 ERA. Don't have the ambition to look up home stats against the Rockies but he is obviously impacted by Coors Field like everyone else. I'll start, though not expecting a masterpiece. I'd take a QS.
  2. Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

    Two walks and a solo shot today. Should be good enough to be benched for Hernan Perez tomorrow.
  3. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    They go by games remaining. Today he is at 1, as in one more start at 2B and he gains eligibility.
  4. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    Batting 2nd and starting at 2nd tonight. Closing in on expanding that eligibility...
  5. Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

    What's with the civility? This is the internet, guys. I know Braun has been nicked...though perhaps he has fallen to third in this quartet (with Santana a distant fourth). At the very least, I feel we can be more bullish on Aguilar than we were even a week ago. He will get plenty of AB's and they will be high value ones given his spot in the lineup/strength of the lineup.
  6. Kyle Gibson 2018 Outlook

    Giving it a shot. He's held his own in some tough matchups (@NYY/@CLE/CLE) and he has shown a high K ceiling. Given the changes he has made to his pitch arsenal/approach it is almost as though teams are facing a pitcher they have not seen before. Banking on it at least making him usable against the Sox.
  7. Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

    Indians have to be kicking themselves a bit. Not insinuating Yonder Alonso is a bust as he has been pretty productive, but they could have gotten comparable production on the cheap from Aguilar. Can't say I know much about what type of roster crunch they had at the time. On the flip side, Brewers found both Aguilar on Thames on the trash heap. Incredible depth.
  8. Kenta Maeda 2018 Outlook

    Holding for sure. Talented pitcher with a quality track record, albeit a short one. Has been sloppy off the DL. If he bombs against the Mets, may be time to throw in the towel. Staying patient as is, however. Was rolling prior to DL stint (admittedly with some sweet matchups) and just have to hope he gets back there.
  9. Sean Newcomb 2018 Outlook

    Yahoo! has him scheduled for Friday against Baltimore. They have three games in-between his start against San Diego and his next scheduled start, though with two off-days in there and with Folty on the DL, possible they just cut down to a four-man rotation. In any event, he should be slated a start against the Orioles.
  10. Anthony Rendon 2018 Outlook

    I don't believe "fluke" is the right word. He has twice finished inside the Top 6 of MVP voting and has a Silver Slugger to his credit. You could, however, be looking at 2017 as a career year. He finished 13th in OPS and offered some juice in all 5 categories (if you're a 5-CAT type of guy/gal). His K/BB rate is still excellent and he has never been a major power source; not alarmed by the 6HR's at this juncture. It would be nice to see the steals return. I am curious if the hairline fracture in the toe is still something which has limited him a touch. Overall, not concerned personally. Long track record of being a rock-solid performer across the board. The entire Nats offense has struggled for consistency outside of Soto. Would expect them to heat up as a group with Rendon a key part of it.
  11. Marwin Gonzalez 2018 Outlook

    Swinging well lately. Anything to see here, or just feasting on the Athletics and Royals?
  12. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    Obviously small sample size this year but 1.017 OPS versus LHP and .997 versus RHP.
  13. Max Muncy 2018 Outlook

    Out of the lineup again tonight. A little concerned if they're considering him benching him against lefties...
  14. June Closer Thread 2018

    He seems fairly locked in to the role. Crazy low ownership on Yahoo! (28%). Likely due to limited save opps for the Blue Jays over that time. They have shown an affinity for having him pitch in the 8th as well.
  15. Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

    Batting 3rd tonight even against a RHP. Still figures to lose plenty of AB's over the long haul but has at least moved himself out of strict platoon player against LHP.