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  1. Trevor Story 2018 Outlook

    He had just a god awful stretch that seemingly lasted for a few months last season. And still ended with 24 HR, 82 RBI and a .765 OPS. Looking at his profile when he was aggressive early in counts he was legendary, if he got into an extended count falling behind it was all but over. That’s pretty common with young hitters as they evolve. The positive is he had a terrible stretch where many owners moved on last year and he adjusted well enough to still put up solid positional stats. Now in his third season this will really begin to show us who he truly is.
  2. Aaron Sanchez 2018 Outlook

    Has there ever been any other cases like this before? I know Josh Beckett had blister issues earlier in his career. I’ve never seen a guys ENTIRE season literally wiped out because of it. He underwent surgery even and couldn’t last more than 1 start after. If he has to alter his grip on his curve or somehow have to ditch it than I can’t imagine he’ll have an era under 4, with a mediocre K rate/whip. At his ADP he’s worth a low risk investment.
  3. Danny Salazar 2018 Outlook

    Pretty simple with this guy. His change up is dynamite, one of best in league. His slider is up and down. But if he’s pitching behind in the count he’ll pipe a healthy amount of meat and get slaughtered. Never really worth investing anything on him draft day because he’ll be rage dropped at some point in April when he drops a 6 BB 7 ER start. Can’t seem to ever stay healthy either, and this news certainly is worth watching given last years woes. RotoWire News: Salazar is behind the rest of the Indians' pitchers due to an offseason onset of his previous right shoulder inflammation, Jordan Bastian of MLB.com reports. (2/15/2018)Injury: Shoulder, Day-To-Day
  4. No it’s not over. Their QB just tossed for over 500 yards against one of the best defenses in the nfl without their best WR. Tom Brady hasn’t fallen off in slightest. Their defense ended up being 5th in points allowed during regular season in a season where they had a complete makeover on their front 7. The unit got better as season went on. As of now they go into offseason with a first rounder and 2 second rounders. Their window is as open as any team for at least the next few years.
  5. Gerrit Cole 2018 Outlook

    Awful fit. He puts meat on a Tee. In all those AL East bandboxes this guy is going be serving up bombs like they’re going out of style. His profile is very inconsistent. I honestly have no clue who this guy is at this point. One year his change sucks, next year good. One year slider good, next year it sucks. One year his curve is good, next year it sucks. I agree with jazz above, this guy is viciously overrated. He’ll probably be a top 20 arm off board when he probably shouldn’t be in the top 30.
  6. Jordan Reed 2017 Season Outlook

    I’d rather get AIDS in the offseason than ever own this guy again. 2015 is an outlier. 11 TDs that year. In 38 games outside that season in his career he has 11 TDs. I hate saying someone is soft from keyboard. It’s not easy suiting up on Sundays and getting drilled by 240 pound linebackers with 8% body fat. But he just doesn’t ever seem to heal. Foot injury from preseason lingered all season long until his hammy blew. Hammy never heals. He just doesn’t heal. Football is a violent game. If you trust a guy who’s shown long track of never healing next year that’s on you. I’ll never roster this guy again. He’s the Josh Hamilton of football. Joints of 90 year old.
  7. Rafael Palmeiro 2017 Outlook

    Is Raffy just trying to reset the hall of fame clock?
  8. David Dahl (back) is expected to begin swinging a bat in two weeks. Dahl was supposed to open the 2017 season as the Rockies' starting left fielder, but he suffered a stress reaction in the upper backside of his rib cage at spring training and wound up appearing in just 19 games -- all of them in the minors. Rockies GM Jeff Bridich told the Denver Post recently that there is some uncertainty about whether this will be a chronic thing: "We really don’t know," said Bridich. "I don’t think anybody really knows as this point. But things are looking good now. That’s all we are going off right now. Things are progressing as they should and there haven’t been any snags in the winter months." Doesn’t like there’s a ton of clarity on his status for next year. Doubt the Rockies go into next season pegging a spot for him. The ultimate wild card. Can anyone recall another player who had this injury and what recovery was? This seems to more than is being let on.
  9. 2018 Durable Players

    With spike in offense at his position, 20 HRs doesn’t really do much anymore. Guys in part time roles did that last year. He’ll be durable. Only problem is he isn’t that good.
  10. 2018 Durable Players

    The best ability is avaialability. Nolan Arenado has proven to be durable. Amassing over 665 plate appearances each of the past 3 years. Paul Goldschmidt has been extremely durable the past 5 years. Only extended absence was on a hit by pitch. Yadier Molina has been extremely durable for a catcher. 8 out of last 9 years he's amassed 520+ plate appearances. Justin Upton has 7 straight years of 150+ games played. Evan Longoria last 5 years has been amazingly durable. Not sure if that's good or not considering outside of 2016 3 out of the last 4 years have made owners fall asleep. Eric Homer has been very durable in his career. 550+ plate appearances every season of career and 5 out of last 6 with 152+ games played. If you want a guy who's out there just about everyday and won't do much on a consistent basis then Kyle Seager is a guy you could plug in for a snoozy straight, zero spikes .750 ops season. Elvis Andrus has been very durable. 7 out of last 8 years over 665+ plate appearances. As for pitchers Jeff Samardjiza has been very durable. 5 straight 200+ IP seasons. Justin Verlander only one year under 30 starts in entire career. For all the whispers of how awful his windup is Sale has been very durable. Only one year under 30 starts out of last 6 (26). Kluber spent time on DL this year but still found a way to reach 200+ IP for 4th straight season. Chris Archer 4 straight years of making every start. 32+ each season. Theres a good starting point.
  11. Jarvis Landry 2017 Season Outlook

    Which fake news site did you subscribe to?
  12. Matt Olson 2017 Outlook

    Starting vs LHP. He's got more of a pulse than the 2 deceased options you mentioned.
  13. Jay Bruce 2017 Outlook

    September. Expanded rosters. DL stints are irrelevant.
  14. Eric Thames 2017 Outlook

    Correct. He sucks and it's time to cut in every league. What he did in April is meaningless at this point.