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  1. Trout, Turner, Mondesi, Clevinger, Kershaw, Correa for sure. Then its really what you want: an older but good SP (Greinke, Morton, Kluber), or someone to plug into a starting spot since if you have 2 UTI spots they would be taken up with Correa and Mondesi. In that case you would have Grandal, Moustakas, Aquino, Gueriel Jr.
  2. Trout: OF or CF Soto: OF or LF Baez: SS Albies: 2nd Machado 3rd/SS play at 3rd Clevinger SP Flaherty SP Last one really depends on your positions. I think the best going forward would be Bichette or Seager, but they would be a UTI. Same thing with Urshela and Cruz. Price on Cruz and Gurriel say no as well. If you are ok having the last guy a UTI spot then I would go one of them. But also think about Laureano OF/RF or Paxton as SP
  3. I think Soto is on the edge/verge of being Top 10 now, but as a dynasty player he absolutely is.
  4. I would trade Verlander. He is too old at this point
  5. Not part of the question, but why do you have Voit, Dozier or Smith in compared to Suarez (I'm guessing Eugenio).
  6. Bellinger, Bogaerts, Suarez, Mondesi, Kershaw, Martinez
  7. I don't know that Bryce should be a complete lock. I'd keep Devers as a lock before him. I'd say depending on what else can be expected for keepers I'd have Story, Devers, Ramirez, Harper; but I can see an argument for Alonso and Hiura too
  8. Soto, Betts, Tatis are no brainers. Then I would look at position eligibility. So while say Turner may be better than say Torres, 2nd base eligibility is going to be lower next year, so I would lean Torres. And same with a 3rd baseman (Machado) over 3rd OF (Alvarez or Judge). In my opinion, Bell needs not be in consideration, and with the others listed neither does Mondesi (unless he can keep 2nd).
  9. Albies, Baez, Machado, Soto, Trout, Bichette, Clevinger, Flaherty
  10. Don't know what exact positions your league has, but may want to look at eligibility for next year. Yelich will be OF or RF and maybe LF Ramirez will almost assuredly be 3rd only. Arenado 3rd only Bogaerts SS only Baez would only qualify for SS based on games this year. Freeman 1st Hiura 2nd Ketel Marte 2nd, SS, CF It sucks, as I am in a dynasty league and had set up my IF and OF with: 1st- Goldy/Gallo, 2nd- Baez, Mondesi 3rd- Vlad/Machado, SS- Tatis, and then those others aside from Vlad and OF- LF- Yelich, CF- Trout, RF- Blackmon but quite a few of those guys may lose some of their position eligibility. I might actually suggest that if you think you can afford to give up 2 of those guys to even get an equal keeper to do it to get a high pick back as 2nd base looks to be thin. These are what would appear to be good 2nd basemen next year off of games this year: Albies, Villar (meh), Altuve, Marte, LeMathieu (regression?), Muncy, Hiura, Merrifield, Moustakas, Gleyber Torres, McNeil (meh). And there are possible concerns with most of them: Altuve- injury, Marte- regression, Muncy- age, Hiura- full season, Merrifield- age, Moose- age.
  11. Again, you seem to have VERY high expectations. There is no way I can say he has been sub par. He isn't far off from 1st round grade atm. Of course my league has a bit different scoring to maybe effect rankings a bit, and a 10 teamer, but let's go off the Top 12. I wont go specific rank, just whether Top 12 is in Top 12. Trout- Yes, Betts- No, Arenado- No, Martinez- No, Scherzer- No, Turner- No, Yelich- Yes, Acuna- Yes, Degrom- No, Ramirez- No, Altuve- No, Harper- No. 3 out of 12. And if we go top 30: Betts, Arenado, Scherzer make it in. Again, I would rather have Yelich, but to call it Sub Par seems unfair.
  12. You have EXTREMELY high standards if you think Betts season has been sub par. No, he hasn't put up the numbers of his MVP season, but still better than most. League leader in R. He is the 17th ranked offensive player in my league. Just not sub par at all. I would rather have Yelich though
  13. All you are doing is trying to change your argument. You said at 30 he will be viewed as downside of his career. NOWHERE is anything said about 32/34. And that really has nothing to do with the topic anyway. The OP was saying he would have him for a max of 2 years, so 30. Where does 32/34 come from? And to your other point, nobody said to trade Acuna and Vlad for him. It was mentioned Betts, not Acuna. Betts is 1 year younger than Trout, and isn't as good.