Ry34No

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  1. Holding over Price and A.Hicks in an AL Only league over Bieber/Meadows who had an extra year of keeper eligibility because I was trying to win it all last year... Won it all still but would have a much better chance at back to back had I kept Bieber and Meadows.
  2. I can see both sides. I think it is more that they have a lot of speed or contact first guys over power. Such as Turner, Robles and Eaton. Soto is the only middle of the order power threat other than maybe Thames against righties. I’m intrigued more for the fantasy side of things. If he can hit 22 hrs 86 RBIs in Miami, with the same ball this year I wouldn’t count out .280 25 90+
  3. Has not had much fantasy appeal the last two seasons with Miami. But considering the team contexts he put up solid numbers. Now he goes to the defending champs with a much better lineup, park and a report came out that he could be batting 3rd! In my opinion he is a steal and could be a very solid MI or CI given his multi eligibility in some leagues. What’s your guys thoughts?
  4. This is close but I would stick it out. I dont think Adams is as big of an upgrade over Godwin as one may think. Godwin is a monster this year and should be looked at as a WR1 moving forward. Having Evans / Godwin is kind of tough to have but it isn't as big of a problem than getting rid of Gallman who then would make you start McCoy and Michel every week until Barkley is back.
  5. I would be giving up Barkley in a non PPR league for Chubb? I feel like this is a no brainer with him being at least another 4 weeks. Or should I be worried about Hunt coming back?
  6. I would pickup Vazquez at C. Rest of the offense I think looks good... but I would keep an eye on Mallex and Kingery. Pitching wise you are for sure decimated with injuries. But you still have studs to carry you, The problem with picking up guys is the wire seems pretty thin. All those guys are matchup type pitchers so I would try to play the matchup game until Carrasco, Kluber, Severino, and Glasnow comeback. But I would not expect them all back this year, you probably have to assume 1 or 2 are done for the year given all the setbacks pitchers have had.
  7. I would do that. But I’m very biased to closers/relievers from my league setup. I would also grab LeClerc as he has looked better and the closer job is his very soon.
  8. NL only league looking to trade for one of these guys for the second half of the season. Albies is by far the more talented hitter but he has underperformed and Marte has seemingly over performed so far. What do you guys think?
  9. [...] I like the talent and his k/9 should continue to be great but he’s due for blowups against good teams and his era will probably be north of 4 ROS.
  10. He’s been an RBI machine lately. His average has been creeping up as well. If i recall last year he started slow coming back from the knee injury and then had a solid 2nd half with the cubs. Is he a great buy low candidate?
  11. Would asking the Albies owner in a 1 for 1 be enough you think? Or is that too little or too much for Soroka? I can also try Cutch? I could use a 2B or OF
  12. I agree with the guys above. Usually trading for players who are injured, whether it’s serious or not always takes somewhat of a hit. For example, I have been trying to trade Cano for some time now. The offers I had 2 weeks ago were WAY better than the few offers I have now. Even though he’ll probably be back by mid-end June people don’t want any part of that so your trade partner may want to take the best offer he can cause your def giving him a fair offer.
  13. I was offered my Soroka for D.Murphy and Rich Hill in a NL only league None are holdovers so just ROS trade. Think it makes sense as I am first in pitching and 9/12th in hitting but these old farts scare me😆
  14. I personally think Hicks is overrated and there is always the potential for another back injury. I like a lot of the hitters on the wire over him. It comes down to who you prefer but I would much rather have Vogelbach or Buxton for example than Hicks. But I am also very against Hicks as I think he’s too injury prone and even if he stays healthy his numbers will be pedestrian other than run production. I would say ROS 260 avg 12 HRs 6 SBs.