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  1. Aquino with a 118 MPH HR... what a laser
  2. Trying to make a run for the championship this year. Big Keeper League. I would be trading Gallo and Glasnow for Eddie Rosario. I feel like it's an overpay for Rosario in the long run but certainly will help me this year. Would you pull the trigger? WHIR
  3. Addison Russell got optioned, looks like a big boost in playing time for Robel.
  4. I would stick with Rizzo and Alvarez. Rizzo is as consistent as they come, you can bank on .275 30Hr 100RBIs annually. Yordan looks like the real deal as well. I also own both of them and I wouldn’t trade them for Bellinger.
  5. Yea I would drop Wood. It seems like he has had set back after set back.
  6. I would definitely be dropping Alex Wood in this situation. Is this a keeper league? Pablo has too much upside and Buxton seems to be turning a corner. Lamet has looked pretty solid in his rehab outings and should hopefully slot into the rotation at some point next week
  7. The walks are what make me nervous as well but if he can get it under control he could be elite. He currently has Devers at 3rd. Pitching is so hard to come by in this league so I'm tempted to take a risk with Castillo. Thanks for your help!
  8. Keep forever league. I was offered Luis Castillo for Manny Machado. 2 weeks ago I probably would've pulled the trigger but Machado has been going off and now Castillo is starting to worry me. I definitely have the depth batting wise to make the move, but am I selling low on Machado? WHIR C - Garver 1B - Rizzo 2B - Baez 3B - Machado SS - Trea Turner IF - Peter Alonso OF - Stanton OF - Gallo OF - Oscar Mercado OF - Yordan Alvarez UTL - Jorge Polanco UTL - DJ Lemahieu BN - David Peralta BN - Domingo Santana BN - Ramon Laureano BN - Vogelbach SP - Bauer SP - Berrios SP - Paddack SP - Chirinos SP - Pivetta SP - Ray SP - Stripling SP - Valdez SP - Plesac SP - Turnbull IL - Caleb Smith IL - Tyler Glasnow IL - Luis Severino
  9. I watched the game yesterday and literally outside of 3-5 pitches he looked great. First two batters of the game took him deep then he retired the next 13 in a row. He's a young pitcher bound to have some rough patches but overall I thought he looked really poised. Good pitch mix and control. Plus he has that "IT" factor, he's a gamer. I don't think we should expect ace like numbers but absolutely a solid and rosterable pitcher in most 12+ team leagues.
  10. He had like a 25+ on base streak earlier this month. Definitely has been stepping it up over the last 3 weeks. Glad I have been patient with him.
  11. Glasnow is all over the place right now. This will be a short start for him tonight. Also tweaked his leg a little fielding a ball. Catcher has been crossed up twice already. Just seems off
  12. Scooped up Jefry Rodriguez after the Kluber injury. Pleased so far, anyone have any insight into his previous numbers/pedigree? Is this a guy that could consistently pitch well for the indians moving forward?
  13. Considering the landscape of starting pitching at the moment Ray hasn't been that terrible to own. WHIP is obviously the biggest negative but ERA is dropping and the K's will always be there. He has been just an inning short of a quality start 3-4 times so while I agree he is frustrating to own due to his inconsistency he is a lot better than the majority of other available options at the moment.
  14. Cruising, control looks spot on, curveball has looked good as well... trying not to jinx him