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  1. Dylan Bundy 2018 Outlook

    Excellent stuff fellas. As a Bundy owner, I couldn’t have asked for more opening this thread.
  2. Javier Baez 2018 Outlook

    Baez is on pace for 40/20/136/100, so he’s being conservative.
  3. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    But nothing came of the Bryant situation because they really don’t have a leg to stand on, and Boras is an idiot that thinks he can do whatever he wants. I doubt any any judge would rule that a 19 year old in AA is unfair treatment. I’m sure there’s some defensive numbers the Jays could point to as well.
  4. Lucas Giolito 2018 Outlook

    This guy is the definition of an easy drop. I assume the rest of you still looking at this thread are in deep keeper leagues like myself. He’s becoming droppable there too. I’m holding out another month then I’m done, unless the Sox beat me to it.
  5. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Obviously waiting til 2022 isn’t gonna happen, but if we’re being serious it doesn’t make a bit of sense to call him up given the Jays circumstances. They don’t want a career DH, want him to work on defense, currently have a high paid 3B, likely wouldn’t get much work in the field, and he’s 19 in AA. Like I said, I’d love to see if he’s up to the task, but it doesn’t make sense for the Jays as an organization. In terms of limits of what teams can do, is there really? Can you name a single example?
  6. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Also, as jahweedum pointed out, regardless of how insane his performance is, from a pure business standpoint the Jays are dumb to call him up this year. They aren’t competing and no need to start the clock. His defense is their built in reasoning for holding him down, not that they really need one. As as a fantasy owner I’d love to see the call up, but using logic I doubt it happens.
  7. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Super 2.... The other threshold we’ve already passed is 171 days on the Mlb roster constitutes a season, which is why Bryant, Acuna etc are delayed a couple weeks before their call up. To get them just under 171 days on the roster.
  8. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    If that is your opinion of him, and more importantly was at draft time, then you probably don’t own him anyway. However his owners obviously saw something they liked and all I’m saying is that outside of shallow leagues with quality arms on waivers(someone mentioned Pivetta), then I’d be holding a while longer. If Pivetta, or someone similar, is available then hell yeah, I’d have already made that move.
  9. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    Go check out Bundy’s thread, there’s always overreaction drops from small samples. One guy even asking if he was droppable in a dynasty league. Godley had a better 2017 than Bundy.
  10. Carlos Rodon 2018 Outlook

    Poor timing on that Twitter comment. Guy says “this makes me happy” seconds after someone said he got drilled in the head. Hopefully its not serious, he’s due for some good luck on the injury front.
  11. Zack Godley 2018 Outlook

    I guess it all depends on who is on waivers, but it seems way too early to drop. He’s pitched less innings this year, than during the stretch from last season, that got him on our teams in the first place. I’ve got Holland, Marquez, and Fister type options so there’s no chance I’m dropping anytime soon.
  12. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    It certainly is, for pitchers the next decade or so.
  13. Ronald Acuna 2018 Outlook

    I remember back when he was young and full of promise. Already 20 now and putting up 0fers. I guess they can’t all be Juan Soto.
  14. 2018 Call Up Watch Thread

    Christmas early and no love for this??? Weak
  15. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    Acuna had 70 or less games at any level in the minors, so to say he had proven anything is ambitious. I only say 70 because of his handful of lackluster games in AAA this year due to the BS service time he spent down there til he “proved” himself. Compare Soto’s numbers to Acuna’s and see who really proved themselves.