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  1. First of all, not sure if you keep 5 SP and put all those OF back, if thats the case, you need to keep Robles for sure and up to 4 SP. Dude will only be 23 and we already saw a 17/28 season. Those steals will be valuable in 6x6. Plus despite his lower AVG this year, remember he was graded out as a 60 hit tool, so I think with experience that should get closer to .280/.290 range. So you are looking at a potential .280/20/30 type player and in 6x6 thats huge. With that said, Flaherty and Corbin are locks to keep. If you want to win next year, I would keep Kluber and Wheeler. If you want to play more for long term, I would keep Gallen and May, although it might be easier to redraft May since only 12 team league. With only 12 teams and not full dynasty, I would go for the win next year and keep Robles in OF, then Flaherty, Corbin, Wheeler, and Kluber
  2. This. I think McNeil for sure. Will help in all categories and has multi position eligibility
  3. Try offering Bryce Harper and see what he says
  4. Anyone buying this guy with Kirk out? WR3 material for this one week? Cardinals' KeeSean Johnson: On pace for first career start October 2, 2019 7:11 PM ET | by RotoWire Staff Johnson is the top candidate to receive his first career start Sunday in Cincinnati with Christian Kirk (ankle) and Damiere Byrd (hamstring) unlikely to suit up, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports. If both Kirk and Byrd are among the Cardinals' Week 5 inactives, the remaining outside receivers will be Trent Sherfield, Johnson and Andy Isabella, with Larry Fitzgerald and Pharoh Cooper manning the two slot positions. On the season, Johnson has consistently been the fourth wide receiver in the pecking order, earning 55.4 percent of the offensive snaps. With Kirk (93 percent) and Byrd (71.8) sidelined, Johnson could become the second-most-utilized WR behind Fitzgerald.
  5. Marte and DeGrom are absolute no brainers. Top players at their respective positions. The last should be Bell. You have 2 OF already, so get yourself a nice young 1B who had a great breakout season. If you wanted another SP, then I could see replacing Bell with Soroka. Those 2 should be your final choice.
  6. I would 100% cut Posey for Murphy. Way past his prime, and Murphy just entering his. If Murphy stays healthy, he should finish in top 10 C next year. Posey will be lucky to finish top 20
  7. Eloy easy IMO. He is the only one who can be a true difference maker in that trade IMO.
  8. Honestly why are you even thinking about this right now? Win the league then post this in the offseason when we are all bored and wanting to talk fantasy baseball
  9. This should tell you all you need to know. Its not even close IMO.
  10. I like the rebuilding side of Senzel and Adell plus the draft picks. Hope you win the league this year (or soon) because I dont like Blackmon and Doolittle for much longer. Unfortunately, I would say you lost that trade in a 10 player keeper
  11. Huh? It took some time for Adley Rutschman to make his professional debut, but once he was finally out there, it didn't take long for him to show why he went No. 1 overall in last month's Draft. Rutschman homered in his first-ever Minor League game as the Gulf Coast League Orioles fell to the Pirates, 6-4, on Saturday in Bradenton, Florida. Baltimore's top selection had been sidelined while dealing with a case of mononucleosis.
  12. I like Story more than Harper at this point. You have enough OF depth to make this move and get one of the best SS in the fantasy game. As long as he stays in Colorado, he will be a stud for the forseeable future
  13. I really dont understand this trade at all. Why would Sanchez owner trade him AND Kluber for Contreras? Is it a salary move? Either way, I take Sanchez and Kluber and worry about the salary later
  14. Here's a better story of a trade that Didnt happen. It was sometime in May, Im in a 16 team H2H Keeper league and another owner put the struggling Jose Ramirez OTB. I sent an offer of Ketel Marte, Rafael Devers, and MadBum for Jose Ramirez and a hurt Matt Olson. The only keeper eligible players in that deal were Marte and Devers, the others are not eligible. He laughed and said no way. Im now in first place and Devers is the 9th best hitter in our league and Marte is 15th. I get to keep them both next year also. The best NON trade I ever made!
  15. Sale DeGrom Kershaw Strasburg Grienke
  16. Devers/Correa for Trout is an absolute no brainer IMO. Get the best player in MLB BY FAR. Amazing how every gives up on Devers going into this season, but now they wont trade him for Trout after 3+ months of greatness. If you can trade an always hurt Correa and an overachieving Devers for Trout, you should do that in a heartbeat
  17. "McNeil, 27, now owns nine homers and 41 RBI on the season in 84 games. The two hits help increase his average to .345, and his OPS bumps up to .917. We saw glimpses of this last year, but it was a bit understandable if people were hesitant to believe that McNeil is this good. It's getting harder to justify that feeling now. McNeil can flat-out hit." For Redraft, its McNeil for sure for me (And I am a Brewers fan). Hiura will regress after hitting the rookie wall
  18. I would for sure make this deal. To get a SS who is performing well AND a top 20 SP is well worth giving up Turner. Redraft only. Especially if your SP is as thin as you say it is. Essentially trading speed for power at the SS position. AVG pretty equal. Get the top SP for the slightly less production at SS
  19. I would not do this trade. Those guys are back end players at their positions, and borderline waiver wire material. Stanton is a difference maker if he can ever stay healthy and the best dynasty asset in that deal BY FAR. Stanton played quite a bit the last 2 seasons in New York, so I wouldn't give up on him just yet in dynasty. Those 3 guys you are getting are not difference makers IMO to make this move
  20. Im the contrarian here, I actually think you got the lesser end of the deal. Ryu = Cole IMO, just depends on categories you want. Ryu better ERA and Whip, Wins are equal, K's goes to Cole. I think Vlad is the better hitter over Tatis (especially long term) and Domingo + Voit is better than Alonso. Just my opinion, however pretty close trade either way. Fun to analyze at least. But I like what you gave up more with the extra player. If Alonso keeps up his ridiculous pace and gets to 70 HR's, you win slightly. Not a bad trade, but not a great one also IMO.
  21. I like it as well. Gore is looking like the best SP prospect in all minors. Could have the same impact as Paddack did this year. Since you are not seriously winning the league this year, to add Bichette and Dahl makes sense for a serious 2020 run. I like this deal long term
  22. No, Bichette can be a difference maker if/when he gets called up. Gray is nothing special. Matchups based SP. Dont waste an elite prospect on a back end SP. If anything, package Bichette with something else to get a much better SP (maybe buy low on Wheeler or ERod?) Not sure what SP would be available, but Bichette should definitely return someone greater than Gray
  23. 1. Julio Rodriguez - The hype is starting to build. Will be top 10 prospect by mid season next year 2. Adley Rutschman - Best prospect since Harper according to some scouts. C position is huge, Next Posey? Close to MLB ready 3. Jasson Dominguez - So young, but so much talent. The Trout comparisons are ridiculous, but could be next Wander Franco 4. Bobby Witt Jr - 5 tool athlete who should stick at SS 5. Marco Luciano - I dont know why, Im just not a fan of his. The top 3 above are much better IMO. I suppose 4 and 5 are interchangeable. Seems others like Luciano a lot, so I could see keeping him over Witt
  24. For sure make that trade. Merrifield is still a top 50 hitter (at worst) for the next 2-3 years. Im not a believer in Chavis. Especially for a "win now" team, hurry up and make this trade.