RoarOf84

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  1. Thanks for the help on mine. I'd go Yelich, Bellinger, Kershaw, Corbin, and Woodruff.
  2. Is that to go along with Acuna, Soto, Bregman, and Mondesi?
  3. Hi everyone, just ended up wrapping up my 2nd title in the last 3 years, but need some opinions on who my keepers should be. The league is a 10-team, 6x6 h2h categories league with OPS and holds as the last two categories. We start 4 OFs and have CI and MI spots. Each team can keep up to 8 players for as long as they want and without any penalty. The players that I'm currently thinking of keeping are indicated with an asterisk. Please pick 8 of the following: Acuna* - obvious choice Soto* - obvious choice Bregman* - obvious choice Mondesi* - obvious choice Bryant* - get the feeling that he's actually underrated within the fantasy community. offers good positional flexibility (3B/OF) . Machado* - disappointing first year in SD. was it an outlier or the new normal? Correa* - former dynasty darling that hasn't lived up to his potential due to injuries. seems to be a star on a per game basis (21 HRs in only 75 games). S. Marte - just had the best year of his career. his top asset (SBs) might not be needed due to keeping Acuna and Mondesi. Ohtani - perfect player for a daily ESPN league as you can fully maximize his potential as both a hitter and SP. might still have another gear to hit. Flaherty* - young, stud SP who had an absolutely dominate second half of the season. could be a Cy Young contender for years to come. Sale - peripherals are great, but could be breaking down health wise. crazy to think that I wouldn't have room for a talent like his. McNeil - 2B is probably the worst position for fantasy purposes and provides a lot of value eligibility wise (2B/3B/OF). Greinke - aging SP, but is on a great team and looks to still be an ace for fantasy. Thanks in advance for your help!
  4. Soto is a stud. If you can get him or anyone else of his caliber while also shoring up roster flexibility, go for it.
  5. I like Villar, but you already have a strong start in SBs with Mondesi, Acuna, and Lindor. I would throw Bauer back and, with two years of keeper ability left, lean towards Wheeler.
  6. I would go with Snell and Nola as well. Nola didn't look great last year but you have to think of him as the equivalent to a 9th round pick. You aren't going to get another SP in that range who was a borderline top 10 arm just a year ago.
  7. Trout, Trea, Mondesi, Correa, Kershaw, Clevinger, and Greinke
  8. I'd go Story, Yordan, Buehler, and Judge.
  9. Wilson/Contreras > Lux/Andjuar