Fantasy Dork

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  1. FAAB Questions and Discussion

    What are people thinking for Antonio Callaway? Right now, my bid is set to $13 (roughly 13% of my budget), up from $8.
  2. August Closer Thread 2018

    My league allows for daily lineup changes, but I’ve been playing both of them every day.
  3. August Closer Thread 2018

    Yes, but I also own Rondon (traded for both at our trade deadline before Osuna was traded to the Astros). It really sucks during the stretch run, but the Astros win too much (outside of their recent skid) and I’m afraid to miss out on the next run of save oops they offer. It it would help if Hinch offered some clarity, but I know that he won’t, so I just gotta waste a roster spot and hang onto both for now.
  4. Mike Moustakas 2018 Outlook

    Headed to Milwaukee!
  5. Stephen Strasburg 2018 Outlook

    Welcome to the forum. Questions about your roster construction should be directed towards this forum: http://forums.rotoworld.com/forum/23-bench-coach-help-forum/
  6. Freddy Peralta 2018 Outlook

    Yes he is.
  7. Dustin Fowler 2018 Outlook

    Can anyone explain why he doesn't face lefties? I just looked at his MiLB splits and nothing suggests he has struggled against them. In fact, he did quite well in both 2017 and 2016.
  8. Ronald Acuna 2018 Outlook

  9. Waiver Wire - Streaming Options - Week 8

    Gone in my leagues, but I'm considering picking up Tony Kemp who could at least stem the bleeding somewhat (despite not being guaranteed regular ABs).
  10. Franchy Cordero 2018 Outlook

    Sitting out for the second straight night
  11. Franchy Cordero 2018 Outlook

    So you're saying he's due.
  12. Franmil Reyes OF Padres

    Just got called up. No coresponding move announced as of yet.
  13. Mac Williamson 2018 Outlook

    Mac Williamson (concussion) is expected back "sooner than later," per Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. Williamson won't be ready for the Giants' weekend series in Pittsburgh, but it sounds like his concussion symptoms are gone and he has resumed working out. The 27-year-old outfielder has been sidelined since April 28. He was batting .316 with a 1.105 OPS and three home runs and six RBI over his first five major league games this season for San Francisco.
  14. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    I know it's a random (and small) sample, but over the last 11 games, he has struck out 15 times (29.4%) and walked only four times (7.8%) after striking out 13 times and walking 10 times in the first 17 games. I want him up as much as anyone (my OF could use the help), but I'd prefer to see him show that he can re-adjust and display that discipline he showed over the first two weeks.
  15. Dee Gordon 2018 Outlook

    He's in the lineup.