Cheppy

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  1. Patrick Corbin 2018 Outlook

    How was his velocity in his last start?
  2. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    And his next start is at Colorado. He's sitting on my bench this week & I'm not having a second thought about it. But yeah, I hope he proves us all wrong.
  3. Do I have a drop for Wood? **WHIR**

    Yeah looking at what you have I'd stand pat. I'm kind of down on Wood this year.
  4. Drop Giles? WHIR

    Yup, especially considering that Britton, Herrera or Hand will most likely end up being the Astros closer.
  5. Which one would you drop? WHIR

    ^So who Heaney or Ross? lol
  6. If you had to drop one who would it be out of: Andrew Heaney/Caleb Smith/Tyson Ross/Joe Musgrove? Any elaboration would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    Another bomb tonight. But temper your expectations guys. After-all his name is Scooter.
  8. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    As crazy as it sounds there might be some truth to that.
  9. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    That's his numbers from June of last year to now. I don't get the phenomenon of people trying to will against the reality of this player.
  10. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    A 310 Average with 34 Homers & 116 RBI to be exact.
  11. Joe Musgrove 2018 Outlook

    (raises hand)
  12. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    Brain fart on my part with his Reds tenure. Now, what was my original statement? That he would be a 300+ hitter with 30+ homeruns while driving in over a 100 RBIs. He was a hair length from doing that last year so in that context I don't see how one could surmise that's an outlandish projection. Secondly as you yourself pointed out (as i have ad nauseum) he had started out extremely cold last year but from June on he consistently put up quality numbers. Barring a nagging shoulder early this season he's pretty much kept pace with the numbers he put up June from last year to now. So in all it's not really a leap on my end. Ultimately we'll see by the end of the season who's right.
  13. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    I'm still holding onto him but he's not sniffing a starting spot on my team until I see a couple quality starts in a row. I invested too much to outright drop him this early.
  14. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    At this point last year: 14 R/3 HR/18 RBI/ around a 300 Avg His 2018 line as of today: 28 R/10 HR/37 RBI/347 Avg His 2017 line: 80 R/27 HR/ 97 RBI/295 Avg So taking into consideration his already established numbers from the 2017 season & his productivity up to this point it's more likely than unlikely (even with your metrics) that he reaches a 300+ average with 30+ homeruns, 100+ RBIs with having a good shot at 100 Runs scored. (runs scored most likely will fall below the 100 mark) You also have to take into account this is his first year in the Great American Bandbox. I don't understand why those numbers would be considered outlandish especially considering he almost matched them last year. (forgot to hit the multi quote function on previous post)
  15. Scooter Gennett 2018 Outlook

    .300+ average with 30+ homeruns, 100+ RBIs with a good shot at 100 Runs scored. Essentially one of the top bats in all of baseball.