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  1. I only have Cole and deGrom ahead of him and even they have some cause for concern. Cole is going to NYC to be the man with a huge deal in a hitter's park. He wouldn't be the first guy negatively impacted by all that. deGrom is awesome but he pitches for the effin' Mets. Enough said. Verlander and Max have age and injury question marks. Buehler's innings have been built up slowly. Just entering his prime and ready to explode. NL Cy Young winner.
  2. So this news about Mancini sounds very ominous. I'm exploring my back-up keeper options. In a 10 Team Mixed Auction League, standard 5x5 Roto categories, who would you keep at the following prices? Thanks in advance! $4 Carlos Santana $1 Will Smith LAD $1 Gavin Lux $1 Tommy Edman $18 Nelson Cruz
  3. So this news about Mancini sounds very ominous. I'm exploring my back-up keeper options. In a 10 Team Mixed Auction League, standard 5x5 Roto categories, who would you keep at the following prices? Thanks in advance! $4 Carlos Santana $1 Will Smith LAD $1 Gavin Lux $1 Tommy Edman $18 Nelson Cruz
  4. It's simply amazing that this guy is underrated, even if only a little. The fantasy community, in general, is so quick to get bored and look for the next shiny new toy. This kid just turned 23 last month. He has averaged 24 HR and 14.5 SB the past 2 seasons while playing in 157.5 games per year. His stolen base rate is 82.2% in his MLB career. He's spent may ABs batting lower in the lineup and this year he's penciled in to the #2 spot. Is it crazy to seen him running a bit more and his power bumping even a little as he matures physically? He's become a bit "boring", but is capable of 28-30 HR and 20-25 SB with a .290 avg. I'll take that kind of boring all the way to many fantasy titles.
  5. This guy was just 22 years-old last season. He could very well be moving to the top of the lineup with Rendon's departure. 20 HRs and 35 SBs is not outrageous at all. He is definitely undervalued.
  6. I think he's primed to explode this year. He will finally have a set spot in the lineup at #2. He's just 23 years-old and entering his third season. I see HUGE things. Think 30 home runs, 20 SBs, .295-.305 AVG along with a boatload of runs. STUD.
  7. I think Wander Franco is a bit aggressive. I'd leave him for the draft. I like Hoskins to bounce back, LOVE Chapman and I might go Will Smith too. Good luck.
  8. I'm pretty decided on Bell, Bogey and Freeman. It's the last one that is most difficult. No love for Mancini? Dual OF/1B eligible with a real nice season.
  9. I like the 5 you picked. My only quibble is that Jose Ramirez is so volatile, that for a 1st round pick, I might not keep him. I might go Realmuto instead. Good luck.
  10. I agree with the consensus. Snell and Nola are a step ahead of the rest. Only other intriguing option is Robert, if you're up for more of a gamble, huge upside.
  11. Standard 5x5 Roto Categories, Auction 10 team league. Pick FOUR keepers at these prices. Thanks! $1 Trey Mancini $23 Xander Bogaerts $1 Will Smith (C) $3 Josh Bell $1 Kyle Tucker $30 Freddie Freeman $3 Carlos Santana $1 Gavin Lux $1 Tommy Edman
  12. I'd drop Pence for Senzel for sure. I'd consider dropping for D Santana and B Buxton as well. Good luck.
  13. I'm not a fan of this move because I'm so high on Meadows. I think he's already shown what he can do this season and next year could be even better. As for McKay, young SPs often take a while before they really figure it out. There will be big bumps in the road next season for him.