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  1. awwwww jowy got a wibbie and a double BUM. JOKE. DROP.
  2. Machado seems very much like the type of player to dog it after signing a LTC. Pass on taking him over Altuve or Trea, you will not regret it.
  3. Correct. I only have one minor leaguer of note (Robles.) Thanks! I would like some additional rotation depth (love my first 3 guys, but I think my 4-5-6 could use work) and one more stud closer. I've been debating whether to try to turn Hill or Quintana + Robles into a more reliable SP3/4 type plus an elite RP. What do you think about that?
  4. He was elite in 2017 and decent last year. Con: He's good for 150 IP at the very most. Con: He's moving from pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium to GABP, Con: Velo/K-rate declined last year. Pro: Cincy lineup is stacked, Wins shouldn't be a problem if he pitches well. Pro: He'll be working with the best pitching coach in the game- Derek Johnson. Pro: He's a ground ball machine, and is very stingy at giving up the longball, so GABP might not be a huge detriment. Pro: He's being taken as around the 60th pitcher off the board right now, despite posting SP1 numbers just a year ago. What do we think about this guy?
  5. Gray's problems with YS are psychological. He's never had a problem pitching in small parks. Some guys just can't make it in New York.
  6. Gray is somebody that I'm buying in all leagues at his current price. Huge BABIP last year, Moving to the NL, Great numbers outside of Yankee Stadium (psychological issue), and he's now working with the best pitching coach in the game who also happens to be his old college coach. He'll be an SP2-3, going at an SP6+ price.
  7. Why in God's name would you want Hoskins or Abreu over Votto
  8. Yeah I mean he's not going to be your SP1, but he's going well after significantly worse pitchers.
  9. Why is nobody talking about this guy? I get that he was horrible from 2015-2017, but when he was finally fully healthy in 2018, he changed up his pitch mix and really benefited from the switch to the NL. He had really solid ratios as well- 9 K/9 vs. 2.8 BB/9. If he pitches to his FIP last year (3.62) with a decent amount of wins pitching every fifth day for a good Nationals team, he's an absolute steal since he's going past pick #250 now.
  10. Your pitching isn't that bad. Castillo is a nice grab, I think he will post SP1 numbers this year. He and Corbin will form a dynamite 1-2 punch. Mikolas is a great #3 and I like Sonny Gray a lot of out of New York. Solid team.
  11. My breakout player of the year. I'm looking for .280-.300/35/20/100.