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  1. Blake Snell 2018 Outlook

    Every metric suggets he will becoming back to earth. While he’s been fantastic, the 88% strand rate isn’t sustainable. The correction appears to have started tonight unfortunately.
  2. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    Supposedly lower back tightness
  3. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    Only pitched 2/3 of an inning. any update on what happened?
  4. Didi Gregorius 2018 Outlook

    It appears the May Didi is back. 5-26 .618 OPS last 15 games. Suddenly the April stats are blending with the rest of the year, and they aren’t that great now.
  5. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    I’m thankful I play in a roto league and his end of year stats will hopefully be real good. May and especially April were brutal. Loving the June production!! I’m still dubious that I will get my return of investment, but the draft being a complete dud is long gone now. Keep it going.
  6. June Closer Thread 2018

    I'm still confused why Romo didn't start the 9th to begin with. He wasn't even the first the right hander in the games the manager was playing with alternating pitchers. Dude has got the team's last 5 saves. Is he the closer or not?
  7. Jorge Soler 2018 Outlook

    Broken foot. Safe to drop in redraft leagues I assume.
  8. Jorge Soler 2018 Outlook

    Any idea why he only had 1 AB tonight?
  9. Didi Gregorius 2018 Outlook

    No. Maybe he’s just this bad. I’m starting to think he doesn’t even reach 15 HR after 10 in April, while hitting below .200 at seasons end.
  10. Didi Gregorius 2018 Outlook

    On the bench for a 2nd straight day. Looks to be strictly a platoon player at this point, sitting against lefties. I play in a 12 team AL only league. I have no choice but to ride him out. Was curious if people in shallow leagues are dropping him now. The waiver wire is full of guys who have an ops over .550 in leagues like that.
  11. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    3 HR 16 RBI May 19 It’s going to be an Alcatraz type breakout. His line drive % and K rate aren’t helping my fantasy team.
  12. Alex Bregman 2018 Outlook

    It’s almost Memorial Day. 3 HR 16 RBI 3 SB This guy is way too young to say that he’s a slow starter. 1.5 seasons is not considered a pattern. Maybe he just isn’t close to the 2-4 rounder he was being drafted at. Looks like he’s closer to the Jose Iglesias territory than the Lindor category.
  13. Didi Gregorius 2018 Outlook

    6-59 0 HR, 1RBI moved down to 5th in the lineup. Will the bench be next? They can’t keep running him out there slumping this badly.
  14. James Paxton 2018 Outlook

    The AAA Sunday lineup the Tigers trotted out there today are sure doing a number on James today. This ain’t pitching against the Yanks. Pretty dissapointing.
  15. Didi Gregorius 2018 Outlook

    5 for last 49 0 for last 25 I’m sorry. They’re were a lot of positive adjectives to describe him last month. While he had an incredible month, I don’t see Lindor, Correra, Bogaerts, or even a Cozart having a 0-25 stretch. Like ever. All Star, MVP were thrown around. Hell, how long can they continue to even start him on a regular basis at this point?