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Jesus Aguilar 2018 Outlook

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Thought his nickname was Dino. Suiting, dude is a beast. Totally missed on him even though all signs pointed to a break out year.

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Brewers fans have been calling him Our Savior.

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This monster has to make the all star team, doesn't he? Just a other day at the office with a double dong.

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Assume we’re done with any sort inking of a platoon here? Dear lord 

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This guy will be on many championship rosters this year.  

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1 minute ago, Flyman75 said:

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Understatement. 😂

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3 hours ago, The Big Bat Theory said:

And if he isn't already locked in at 1B, Ryan Braun to the DL locking Thames into the OF.

 

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The current NL leader in home runs, everybody! 

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Waiver wire pickup of the year!  And it’s not even close.

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2 minutes ago, reichl555 said:

Waiver wire pickup of the year!  And it’s not even close.

 

Matt Kemp? 

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5 minutes ago, chud12 said:

 

Matt Kemp? 

245 AB vs. 273 AB. Nah...  He done more with little.

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4 minutes ago, chud12 said:

 

Matt Kemp? 

 

.308-46-23-64-0 in 247 AB (thru 2 AB tonight). 

.319-40-15-57-0 in 273 AB. 

 

Not even close. 

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Does anyone have any concerns about his long term staying power?? Not taking this year but the next 2-5 years. 

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56 minutes ago, chud12 said:

Does anyone have any concerns about his long term staying power?? Not taking this year but the next 2-5 years. 

 

I don't believe the BA will stick around. Even this year, I think he drops back to the .270-.280 range, and I suspect he'll be more of a .260ish type hitter over his career. I don't think he continues his HR pace, either. In a redraft league, this might be as good a time as any to try to sell high on him (depending on what you can get for him). In keepers and dynasties, however, I'd hang on. He's a big man with a big swing who plays in a HR-friendly ballpark. While he may not be a .305-51-141 guy (his current 550 AB pace), I do believe he's a legit .265-35-100 type of hitter with upside for more over the next 2-5 years. In auction leagues where his price is likely low and in keeper leagues that tag players with rounds, the guy is worth his weight in gold...and at three bills, that's a lot of gold. 

 

A couple of good signs for me are his walk and K rates. He's walking more this year than he did last year...not a ton, but more (8.0% in 2017; 9.1% in 2018). And he's striking out less (30.2% in 2017; 26.7% in 2018). 

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