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  1. I think Abreu is your only real weak spot in an otherwise strong infield. Given his age and declining batted ball profile - as well as his declining statistical output - I think Abreu is effectively worthless in a dynasty league. I view Muncy as a meaningful upgrade to Abreu at 1B. RF should be deeper than 1B, and the difference between Muncy vs. Abreu at 1B, combined with Ketel vs. Gurriel at UTIL, should well exceed the difference between Meadows and your RF replacement. Of all the players on either side, I view Ketel as most likely to be a top 20 dynasty asset over the next few years. In my view, Meadows is just too streaky to be a first-round or second-round H2H anchor. Meadows OPS by month last year: April: 1.097 May: 1.112 June: .573 July: .907 August: .766 September: 1.216
  2. I would take Ketel and Muncy, no questions asked.
  3. C - Willson Contreras (12.8) 1B - Pete Alonso (3.5) 2B - Brandon Lowe (15.5) 3B - Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (6.8 ) SS - Marcus Semien (7.5) OF - Juan Soto (1.5), Ramon Laureano (9.5), Nick Castellanos (10.8), Kyle Tucker (16.8 ) UTL - Yoan Moncada (8.8), Yuli Gurriel (14.8) BN - Joey Votto (21.5), Mitch Haniger (22.8), Nomar Mazara (23.5), Didi Gregorius (24.8), Salvador Perez (26.8 ) SP - Justin Verlander (2.8), Blake Snell (4.8), Aaron Nola (5.5), Hyun-Jin Ryu (11.5), German Marquez (13.5), Jordan Montgomery (17.5), Nate Pearson (19.5), Jon Gray (20.8), MacKenzie Gore (25.5) RP - Alex Colome (18.8) Generally pleased with my team. The balance of upside and floor seems reasonable here. Punted (i) SB, and (ii) SV / HD - we'll see how it goes. If I had to grade all of my picks on a combination of (i) value, and (ii) fit with my team: 1.5 (5) - Juan Soto: B 2.8 (20) - Justin Verlander: B- 3.5 (29) - Pete Alonso: C 4.8 (44) - Blake Snell: C+ 5.5 (53) - Aaron Nola: B- 6.8 (68) - Vlad Guerrero: B 7.5 (77) - Marcus Semien: A- 8.8 (92) - Yoan Moncada: A 9.5 (101) - Ramon Laureano: B+ 10.8 (116) - Nick Castellanos: B 11.5 (125) - Hyun-Jin Ryu: A- 12.8 (140) - Willson Contreras: B 13.5 (149) - German Marquez: B- 14.8 (164) - Yuli Gurriel: C+ 15.5 (173) - Brandon Lowe: B- 16.8 (188) - Kyle Tucker: B 17.5 (197) - Jordan Montgomery: B- 18.8 (212) - Alex Colome: A- 19.5 (221) - Nate Pearson: A- 20.8 (236) - Jon Gray: B- 21.5 (245) - Joey Votto: B 22.8 (260) - Mitch Haniger: B+ 23.5 (269) - Nomar Mazara: B+ 24.8 (284) - Didi Gregorius: C+ 25.5 (293) - MacKenzie Gore: C 26.8 (308) - Salvador Perez: A-
  4. Do it. Give me a top 8 SP (when healthy) over a top 12 3B (when healthy).
  5. Option 1: Bellinger/Suárez/Gore Option 2: Freeman/Rendon/Clevinger Regardless of league settings or keeper prices, which side would you rather have in a dynasty league?
  6. Not on the list - but in recent years, no one has burned me more than Addison Russell.
  7. Walk, don't run. I've seen this movie - twice before. The Giants DFA'd him six weeks ago. If you're willing to chalk up last year to a lingering concussion, and you have that last roster spot to burn, it may be worth giving Mac one more chance.
  8. Haniger is the opposite of consistent. His hot and cold streaks last weeks. Momentum and confidence are everything for him. If you own him in H2H, it's all about weathering the storm. OPS by Month (2018) Mar/Apr: 1.085 May: .658 Jun: .849 Jul: .618 Aug: .964 Sep/Oct: .902 OPS by Month (2017) Mar/Apr: 1.054 Jun: .721 Jul: .512 Aug: .724 Sep/Oct: .987