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  1. Yeah, I'd probably be looking for two guys in the top 20 + a top prospect, depending on players of course. Being as good as he is at this age, he's gold in dynasty leagues. Comparable value to Acuna.
  2. Agree with everyone above. Selling yourself way short here.
  3. I'd probably wait it out- love Bichette, but I think you should wait for his value to correct a bit before giving up a consensus top 10 dynasty asset in Turner.
  4. Nevermind- looks like Kershaw is going Tuesday, Buehler Wednesday. Odd, considering it'll be 4 days rest for Kershaw and 6 for Buehler. Can see that getting changed. If that's legit, I can see them limiting him tonight.
  5. Shouldn't be. Will be on regular rest as looks like Buehler will get the mound on Tuesday, Kershaw on Wednesday next week.
  6. Dunning, Skubal, Gomber, Shoemaker, Mahle, Velasquez, Musgrove I'd be doing my best to stay away from CLE, MIN, and TB. I bet CHC rests some starters, so I think Dunning is your best bet.
  7. Agreed, they have lots of rotation options. At the end of the day, depth isn't a bad idea either. Kopech coming back from injury and Crochet having not had the chance to build his workload... potential 6 man, spot starts? There will be injuries leading to opportunities to start. Bummer was back and looking good last night.
  8. Definitely. In a 10 team league, you'll have plenty of SP options to choose from though. Burnes has had a great shortened season, but this is the first time he's ever pitched more than 50 innings in the bigs. In a 10-teamer, I'd much rather go with a proven top 10 power bat 3B than the potential for a top 25 SP.
  9. Tough... seems like an argument can be made for most, but here's what I would do. Matt Chapman $6 Marcell Ozuna $13 Cavan Biggio $1 Kenta Maeda $1 Lamet and Burnes are happy, but they just don't have the track record of staying healthy and/or going deep into games. Both have great upside but, while Maeda may not be as flashy, he's consistent and you'll save $6 - $9.
  10. I own them both and would have gone Anderson 100%.
  11. Touched 102 mph last night. Quite the arm- I wonder if they'll transition to a starting role or plan to leave him in the pen, considering all of their SP options. He'd be a nasty weapon to bring out late in games.
  12. Won't be long- likely immediately, in my opinion.