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  1. so my buddy said he is not keeping DeGrom, so that is 3 good aces that will be available in the 1st round after keepers... does that change any opinions here?
  2. I was thinking Yordan as well, but maybe Ramirez over Buehler? I feel like pitching will be there in the 1st round after keepers, especially if I am letting 2 good ones go in Buehler and Clevinger.
  3. Bellinger and Alonso are locks. last 2 are between Marte/Story/Alvarez. Keep Gorman in NA.
  4. Rendon for me, he's got Mike Trout in front of him.
  5. Offense cats: R, HR, RBI, Avg, OBP, SLG, SB pitching cats: ERA, WHIP, Ks, Wins, Saves, K/bb, OBPA These are my options as I see them. BOLD I am definitely keeping: Aaron Judge Trevor Story Yordan Alvarez Austin Meadows Giancarlo Stanton Jose Ramirez Paul Goldschmidt Matt Chapman Whit Merrifield Walker Buehler Mike Clevinger which other 2 do I keep?
  6. so what kind of projections do we have for this guy in 2020?
  7. Yeah as a Cards fan, I think and hope he closes, his shoulder won't hold up in the rotation. plus he is better as a reliever.
  8. to you guys saying Walker over Yordan, I feel like pitching is easier to find than a guy who can hit .300/.400/.600.
  9. Avg, OBP and SLG count in this league. Leaning toward Judge, Story, Alvarez and Jose Ramirez. other options are Stanton and Goldy. Yordan Alvarez 98/313 58 27 78 0 .313 .412 .655 Matt Chapman 145/583 102 36 91 1 .249 .342 .506 Tommy Edman 99/326 59 11 36 15 .304 .350 .500 Paul Goldschmidt 155/597 97 34 97 3 .260 .346 .476 Yasmani Grandal 126/513 79 28 77 5 .246 .380 .468 Aaron Judge 103/378 75 27 55 3 .272 .381 .540 Ramón Laureano 125/434 79 24 67 13 .288 .340 .521 Austin Meadows 154/530 83 33 89 12 .291 .364 .558 Whit Merrifield 206/681 105 16 74 20 .302 .348 .463 Marcell Ozuna 118/485 80 29 89 12 .243 .330 .474 José Ramírez 123/482 68 23 83 24 .255 .327 .479 Giancarlo Stanton 17/59 8 3 13 0 .288 .403 .492 Trevor Story 173/588 111 35 85 23 .294 .363 .554 Pitching Player IP W SV K ERA WHIP K/BB OBPA Walker Buehler 182.1 14 0 215 3.26 1.04 5.81 .267 Dylan Bundy 161.2 7 0 162 4.79 1.35 2.79 .321 Mike Clevinger 126.0 13 0 169 2.71 1.06 4.57 .271 Rich Hill 58.2 4 0 72 2.45 1.13 4.00 .289 Keone Kela 29.2 2 1 33 2.12 1.01 3.00 .261 Héctor Neris 67.2 3 28 89 2.93 1.02 3.71 .273 Martín Pérez 165.1 10 0 135 5.12 1.52 2.01 .345 Tanner Roark 165.1 10 0 158 4.35 1.40 3.10 .338 Hyun-Jin Ryu 182.2 14 0 163 2.32 1.01 6.79 .260 Brandon Workman
  10. This is my thinking. I can likely get a solid pitcher with my 1st pick, I know just me alone I am tossing back Buehler, Ryu and Clevinger, so there are gonna be options.
  11. Just traded Pastrnak and Subban for Sidney Crosby and Petry. I dig it. I dig this team now.