SwayzeExpress

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  1. Given your SS situation I'd go Newman
  2. Tough. Workman and Gallegos are pretty close to me, difference is Workman starts the year with the job but Gallegos has better stuff. I like Anderson the most of the bunch, his stuff is legit but I'm not sure how tight of a hold he has on the closer role, there's a few other good arms in that pen. I would say go with the Workman deal.
  3. Hey guys, I have 1 keeper spot to fill and need some advice. My current keepers are in my sig (20 mlb, 30 minors). The league is a 14 team h2h 7x7, categories are also in sig. Options for last keeper spot: Kolten Wong - Pros - Semi broke out last year, ran more than any of his previous years. I think this can be attributed to Matheny no longer being in STL. Cons - I have La Stella, Hiura, and Dubon at 2b, don't really need to fill the position. Domingo Santana - Pros - Could have a big role in Cleveland, need another OF bat. Cons - Will he produce? I'm still chasing his numbers from 17 Seth Lugo - Pros - Holds, maybe some Save Opps, good ratios. Cons - 3rd on the depth chart behind Diaz and Betances, this could also be considered a pro. Jameson Taillon - Pros - I don't even know. Cons - TJS, a wasted keeper spot for the next 2 years while he rehabs. Other options I am not really considering - Joey Lucchesi, Matt Strahm, Chad Green. Any advice is really appreciated, leave a link and I'll help you out in return.
  4. Correct me if I'm wrong, but Nick's rankings are just that, rankings, not adp. The guys some posters feel are too high may end up being draft day bargains.
  5. Anyone starting him today after missing a few weeks on the IL?
  6. He's only started 4 games this year. His 2 blowups were first starts back from dl stints. I dont understand why hes a "bench until he's good" guy right now. I'm starting with confidence, and if I'm wrong I'm wrong, but hes a stud and I start my studs.
  7. Because they wanted to keep Norris and the other guy on their normal schedule for today's double header.
  8. Can we see a team of yours rush? Seriously, do you have 12 bench bats and 0 arms?
  9. Q would be my choice. Paxton is a top 20 arm so do everything you can to get him.
  10. I'd hold if you could. Trading him is not out of the question but with the lead you have I think you could wait it out.
  11. Thanks everyone. I ended up moving him for a mlb 1st, round 21, and a fypd 2nd.
  12. The last thing I need is another bat. votto, Dozier, Santana ride my bench while I have senzel, hiura, and tapia in my minors.
  13. Bellow is my roster in a 14 team keep forever dynasty league. I have a league mate who wants to buy votto for a pick. either 2020 mlb (rounds 20 through 26, we keep 20) or a 2019 fypd pick. Abreu is my 1b and I've only started votto a handful of times this season. I have more bench bats than I'd like so I'm trying to move some, Domingo Santana, Dozier, votto, while hiura, Senzel, tapia are on my minors with a right to a start. I'd be shooting for a 1st round in either draft. while I'd like to move votto since hes obviously declining, a pick just feels cheap. is this the right move to deal an aging bat to make way for my young guys? Appreciate the input, leave a link I'll help you in return.