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  1. Forrest Whitley - RHP HOU

    If you're in a keeper league, and you chose Kopech over Whitley because his path is more're doing it all wrong. It doesn't matter that Whitley doesn't have a clear path to a spot. He WILL (99%) have a rock-solid spot as soon as next Spring. That alone is worth stashing. Kopech's very real command issues alone are enough to make Whitley the hands-down better option. He's the #1 Pitching Prospect with a chance to make a real impact (albeit likely out of the 'Pen) starting likely this season. And oh ya, on the best team in the Majors...No brainer!
  2. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    He still wasn't what Reyes was about to be. And a stud RP and stud SP are two completely different things. I'd say 10 GM's out of 10 would take the SP any day. But anyways, I wasn't trying to start a discussion, I was just stating how it's a painful one for me personally. (Nothing will touch losing Jose, though. )
  3. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Actually I owned Jose since before he made his ML debut. I just chose not to mention it.
  4. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    I've had plenty of major injuries and Tommy Johns. But Reyes's story is unique. Hard to find a guy with such promise, have such a tough time getting his career going. Just super depressing given how long we've waited for him, and how his rehab outings were. From an extreme high, to the low of lows.
  5. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    A fantasy injury has never been so crushing in my almost 20 years of playing. I really hope his career picks right up where it left off next Spring. So depressing.
  6. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    Has there been justification for not promoting him to AAA yet? His defense? It's disgusting that the kid is stuck facing AA pitchers when it's blatantly obvious that he's needed a new challenge for some time now. Truly baffling. Forget the Majors. It can be (barely) justified that he's not there yet. But AAA? Pathetic.
  7. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. - 3B TOR

    How can a dude hit .400 for almost 2 months and not earn a promotion to at least the next level? B A N A N A S.
  8. Caleb Ferguson, LHP, LAD

    Nor ESPN
  9. Clayton Kershaw 2018 Outlook

    I have them both in a 16 team keeper. Needless to say, this is the most depressed I've been since I lost Jose Fernandez. Heartbreaking developments.
  10. Jack Flaherty 2018 Outlook

    I don't believe it will be better. The Cards President of Baseball Ops has said so himself. They don't want him back and fourth in the pen. Reyes's health is of paramount concern here. Not the bullpen.
  11. Jack Flaherty 2018 Outlook

    Reyes will not be in the pen to start. That is insanity. "Build up arm strength"? Have you paid any attention to his recovery? He's more than ready. It would be irresponsible to shift him to the pen after he's utterly dominated his rehab assignment. He's been throwing off of a mound for months. His strength is there.
  12. Ronald Acuna 2018 Outlook

    So wrong on so many levels it isn't worth typing past this point
  13. Forrest Whitley - RHP HOU

    Correction...May 27 marks Fresno's 50th game. He's eligible on the 28th but I'm not sure what program he'll be on and how soon after that that he'll start...
  14. Forrest Whitley - RHP HOU

    A couple weeks ago I checked the schedule and if my memory serves me correct, I believe his potential return date is around May 29th.
  15. Kyle Tucker, OF HOU

    Word is he's "under the weather". Nothing to see here, it seems.