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Hello again.  Which was a fantastic movie!  Shelley Long needs a juicy role like Judith Light found with Transparent.  Or at least a Juicy Fruit commercial.  Sorry, for a second I sounded like a gay Larry King with rainbow suspenders.  Which would be totally fine!  Take it easy, PC police!  As we move into the top 60 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball, we still haven’t hit a huge road block of guys that are awful.  Sure, some of the top 60 have some warts.  I mean, Evan Gattis slept in a cardboard box for three years; he has to have warts.  As with all of my 2016 fantasy baseball rankings, my projections are included and where I see tiers starting and stopping.  Anyway, here’s the top 60 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball:

41. Kole Calhoun –  This tier started in the top 40 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball and ends here.  I called this tier, “Make like Atari and Breakout!”  As for Calhoun, here’s someone that gets no respect in rankings, perennially under-ranked, and here I am doing exactly the same thing.  He needs people to get together and start a Donna Martin graduates-type chant to get him respect.  “Kole Calhoun graduates to fantasy stud!”  Man, that has no ring to it at all.  Last year, he had 26 homers and he’s had 20 steals in a minor league season previously.  Could he hit 30 homers and steal 20 bases?  Darn tootin!  Would I bet on it?  Well, he has 12 steals in three major league seasons, and last year his walks dropped and his Ks skyrocketed, so I wouldn’t, no.  2016 Projections:  76/23/54/.258/5

42. Wil Myers – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Zobrist.  I call this tier, “Where have I heard these names before?  Oh, I know.  I’ve already gone over these guys.”  As for Myers, went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

43. Stephen Piscotty – Went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

44. Mark Trumbo – Went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

45. Ben Zobrist – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

46. Billy Burns – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Conforto.  I call this tier, “I lost and you lost, or maybe I won and you won.  Or maybe I lost and you won?”  This tier’s name derives from the fight I took on with myself to try and get all the players in this tier with all of those sleepers/sexy-as-all-get-out guys in the top 40 outfielders.  Sadly, I lost that fight.  Or maybe, since I was fighting myself, I won that fight and it’s not sadly, but happily.  I’m conflicted, y’all!  I want all of these players too, but for one reason or not, I just couldn’t get them into the top 40 outfielders.  One thing that is definite, there are a ton of outfielders to draft.  As for Burns, there’s pluses and minuses for all of the guys in this tier, and Burns is no different.  If I look one way, I see a guy that could steal 50+ bases.  If I look another way, I see a guy that just had 520 at-bats and only 26 steals with 8 times caught, and is already 26 years old.   I loved Burns last year when he was drafted in the last round.  Correction, I still like Burns if he’s drafted at a bargain, but I’m inclined to think he won’t be.  Did I say inclined?  I meant, reclined on a Squatty Potty.  True Story Alert!  During the Xmas season, I bought a Squatty Potty and had them gift wrap it, so they wouldn’t know it was for me.  2016 Projections:  81/4/48/.277/28

47. Brett Gardner – On one hand, I wanted to drop Gardner even further.  On the other hand, that would just be doing it on gut alone since he’s been great for the last two years.  On a third hand that is actually a Hulk Hogan foam finger, I likely won’t be drafting him because of some of the guys I have in front of him.  In regards to the foam hand, this is a recurring point in all of my rankings.  For instance, if I say I’d draft Delino DeShields before Gardner and, in all of my drafts, Gardner goes before Delino, there’s no way I get Gardner.  It’s not like I’m drafting outfielder after outfielder for multiple rounds in a row.  *eyes shift back and forth, slowly tiptoes backwards out of room*  2016 Projections:  83/13/55/.250/16

48. Steven Souza – I’m not dropping on you some crazy hyperbole when I say there’s about 35 outfielders I want for at most six spots on my teams (5 OF plus one Utility).  Listen to some of Souza’s past years.  Okay, don’t put your ear to your computer screen, I wasn’t speaking literally.  Read some of Souza’s past years:  11 HRs and 25 steals in High-A; 15 HRs and 20 SBs in Double-A; 18 HRs and 26 SBs in Triple-A; 16 HRs and 12 SBs in only 373 ABs last year in the majors.  He’s still only 26 years old.  Of course, I’m leaving off his major drawback, he K’d 33.8% of the time last year.  Only thing, he never struck out that much in the minors.  In Triple-A in 2014, he hit .350 and only struck out 18.4% of the time.  If he can lower his strikeout percentage to only 25% of the time and stay healthy, Souza could be a top 10 outfielder in 2016.  Will he?  Depends if Souza can play a different tune.  Pun point!  2016 Projections:  77/18/51/.244/16

49. Kevin Pillar – The only thing holding me back, and this is a recurring theme in this tier — something keeps holding me back from true love — Pillar appeared to be a 4th outfielder up until last year.  He could’ve slipped through the cracks though and been a 12-15 HR, 25 SB guy the whole time.  Just, there, under the sea, like good ol’ John Dory.  Speaking of which, if your last name is Dory, and you don’t name your kid, John, and nickname him Fish, you’re not a good person for depriving the rest of the world of some giggles.  2016 Projections:  68/10/65/.272/21

50. Ender Inciarte – Last year, the Braves had the 2nd lowest runs scored by its leadoff hitter with 80 runs.  Of course, their two top hitters leading off last year were Markakis and Peterson, so Ender should be better.  Ender actually could be much better.  His minor league numbers don’t appear to be that different than A.J. Pollock, which is like my 15th comparison to Pollock in the first three outfielder posts.  Ender doesn’t seem like he has 20-homer power, but neither did Pollock (16th!).  Ender at least appears to have 40-steal speed, unlike Pollock (17th!).   Though, taking this back to where we started, Ender is on the Braves, so he could be a 65/6/35/.270/25 guy which is not exciting at all.  Then again, he could be a 90/15/60/.305/35 guy, but a lot has to break right for that.  And “a lot” there rolls its eyes it’s such an understatement. 2016 Projections:   70/9/40/.288/25

51. Dexter Fowler – As of this writing, he’s still a free agent, so it seems like everyone else is chicken but Fowler.  Weird!  The Angels should sign him, because that would be the best for my rankings, but watch the Cubs sign him and then my love for Soler becomes like a balloon losing air.  Ah, what poetry!  As for Fowler himself, he’s one of those players that is exactly the same wherever he plays, and even has time in Coors to prove it. UPDATE: Re-signed with the Cubs because Maddon likes to keep the world on its collective toes.  By the by, Collective Toes was the name of my high school band after General Gist disbanded.  Fowler, Soler, Schwarber, Heyward…Great, just what Maddon needs more choices.  2016 Projections:  89/13/41/.252/14

52. Evan Gattis – Last year, his strikeout percentage was 19.7% down from 24.2%, which is great, but his Hard Contact dropped a lot which took with it his BABIP, his average and his HR/FB.  Also falling were his fly balls — literally — and his ground balls were rising — not literally.  Gattis feels a bit to me like Josh Hamilton in that past use of hard drugs makes him 29 going on 55, which would be a movie that Hollywood would never greenlight.  “So, you’re saying you take Selena Gomez and make her Patricia Arquette?  Um, no, and we don’t validate parking.”  2016 Projections:  61/25/78/.243

53. Byron Buxton – I already gave you my Byron Buxton fantasy.  I wrote it while crashing from too much sugar.  2016 Projections:  53/7/43/.241/20

54. Jorge Soler – He didn’t break out last year, but he could easily be the best Cubs hitter this year.  He had a pretty terrible 2015, but he was 23 years old and injured for part of the season.  He had a Hard Contact rate of 35.9%, which was the 33rd best in the majors for players with 350 plate appearances and is above Yoenis, Arenado, Nelson Cruz, to name a few.  He went up the middle 39.5% of the time.  Only 26 guys in the majors went up the middle that much.  The top guys going up the middle is not a who’s who of great players, but those aren’t only guys hitting balls hard.  Hit the ball hard and up the middle, guess what happens.  Okay, don’t hurt yourself thinking about it, you get base hits.  Top guy for up the middle and hard contact?  Paul Goldschmidt at 40% up the middle and 40.9% Hard Contact.  Think that sounds pretty close to Soler?  You’re right, it is.  Quickly, what else does Soler have going for him?  Was a top 5 prospect for all of baseball, plays in a great park for offense, will be in a solid lineup, has easy 25-homer power and 10-steal speed and could be the last time you’re able to draft Soler after the top 25 overall for ten years.  Put that where the Soler don’t shine!  UPDATE:  With the Fowler signing, Soler is headed where the sun don’t shine.  To the dugout.  Where did you think I meant?  I’m leaving him ranked here for now because I have a feeling the Cubs aren’t done trading pieces, but Soler could be a 4th outfielder come Opening Day.  2016 Projections:  57/17/67/.265/3

55. Gerardo Parra – Yay, he’s in Colorado!  Lowercase yay, is he really that good?  YAY, HE IS IN COORS!  Lowercase yay, no, really, is he good?  I SAID HE’S IN COORS!  2016 Projections:  60/12/71/.299/15

56. Domingo Santana – I already gave you my Domingo Santana sleeper.  It was written in hieroglyphics, the original emojis.   2016 Projections:  62/22/74/.233/8

57. Michael Conforto – I already gave you my Michael Conforto sleeper.   I transcribed it off a bathroom stall in Citi Field.  Since that post, Yoenis signed with the Mets, which is both good and bad for Conforto.  The good is people will think Conforto’s going to get squeezed for playing time and he will be moved down the lineup, so he becomes even more of a sleeper.  The bad news is those people are right.  For Conforto to get 500 ABs now, someone will need to get hurt.  Due to this, I’ve lowered my projections a bit from that sleeper post (and he was in the top 40 OFs prior).  2016 Projections:  62/21/71/.274/2

58. Ben Revere – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until the top 80 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball.  I call this tier, “SAGNOF!”  The tier name is self-explanatory, assuming you’ve read this site for an Urban Dictionary minute, which is actually a long time.  SAGNOF stands for Saves/Steals Ain’t Got No Face.  Obviously in this context, it’s for steals.  The SAGNOF credo essentially means that you shouldn’t pay for steals (or saves) because you can get guys late that provide these categories.  While most fantasy baseballers would agree that you’ve got to roster anyone who can provide Saves, the SB specialist is more maligned.  One look at Ben Revere’s HR/RBI makes you wish fantasy baseball rosters were like figure skating and diving competitions where you can wipe out the lowest scores.  The creative fantasy baseballer, however, sees a SAGNOF and creates a minotaur with a lumbering slugger.  An example includes the blacklisted patriot, Ben Revere Trumbo.  We at Razzball do not judge the SAGNOF.  An itch needs to be scratched.  A loose nut needs to be screwed.  And a team sometimes needs some stolen bases even if they’re not five-category pretty.  As for Revere, SAGNOF!  On a side note, Revere was traded to Washington because he’s a great patriot.  Wait, that’s not right.  He was traded there because the Nationals dislike Michael Taylor almost as much as they disliked Drew Storen.  The Nationals did the unforgivable grade school teacher move of acquiescing to the bully.  When it’s September and the Nats are playing poorly, due to team chemistry, Papelbon will be dancing on their graves.  2016 Projections:  78/1/33/.299/30

59. Denard Span –  He signed with the Giants, which means he leaves the Nats.  Too bad Matt Williams is gone, it would’ve taken him three months to figure out there was a player change in center.  For our purposes, Revere and Span are essentially the same thing.  Sometimes the best moves are the moves you never make.  Damn, I could be a Eastern philosophy guru with that kind of knowledge.  *Eric B. scratches*  “Sip the juice cuz I got enough to go around and the thought takes place uptown.”  Hey, I just thought of something.  Eric B. and Rakim’s song Know the Ledge, is that a play on knowledge?  <inside head>a mushroom cloud explodes</inside head>  So, stats-wise, Span is what he is — 5 HRs, 20+ SBs.  By the by, in the idiom dictionary, the definition for “it is what it is” is “it is what it is.” 2016 Projections:  78/5/38/.298/21

60. Anthony Gose – I feel the need, the need for speed!  2016 Projections: 77/7/41/.238/29

 
  1. Brandon says:
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    Yo, Grey!

    What position will Sano be showing up at as far as your previews go?

    Yahoo has him as 3B eligible but I have heard he is playing OF this year so should gain that early in the season too.

    • scott steelers says:
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      @Brandon: yea I was about to say, surprised I’m not seeing him in the top 60 here.

    • scott steelers says:
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      @Brandon: also where did u see 3rd base eligible? I was afraid he would lose it due to only 9 games started there. Would be amazing if he still carried 3rd!

      • Brandon says:
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        @scott steelers: just renewed my keeper league on Yahoo and Sano is 3B eligible!

        • Brandon says:
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          @Brandon: Yahoo’s position eligibility rules are: 5 games started or 10 games appeared at a certain position.

          Sano started at least 5 games at 3B so he’s good to go!

          • scott steelers says:
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            @Brandon: Yessss!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Brandon: He’ll be in the DHs which I’ll rank after the OFs

  2. Ante GALIC says:
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    Kahuna!

    Great stuff.

    a. Before I forget, have a great weekend!

    b. So Span and Revere are interchangeable. The GNats and the Giants should do a manager swap for a day and see the look on Span’s face. Then Span says, hah! I can do y’all one better and swaps with Revere for a day the very next day, right? Anyway, it’s crazy how similar they are.

    c. Funny on Fowler, funny as in weird. I only remember him for that week when I didn’t start him when he stole 6 bases for the week. Remember that week? And then he stole like 8 bases the rest of the year. He and Inaction Jackson should get together to do a seminar on how inherently fast guys can’t steal bases in MLB.

    d. Do you think a seasonal redraft shallow H2H mixed points league gets into the top 60s for outfielders? The most important thing to do is not draft high ADP players who will produce poorly.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ante GALIC: Thanks! A. Thanks! B. The Nats and the Gi-dyslexic-Nats C. Ha D. Depends on league size more than format

      • Ante GALIC says:
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        @Grey: Grey! Ty for your blitz response. Your gearing up even if catchers and pitchers don’t need to report yet.

        a. League size=10 teams

        b. How do you integrate hitters and pitchers into the top 200?

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          10 teams, these guys are mostly waiver guys…B. Just you wait to see!

          • Ante GALIC says:
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            @Grey: Waiting with baited breath, sry for misspelling you’re, instead of your.

            Cheers,
            Ante

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Ha, no problem

  3. the swinging says:
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    I like Conforto a lot I thought u may have him higher. You mentioned in your sleeper post you thought he was a lock to play everyday but I’ve heard that he’s not gona play much at all vs lefties in favor of Lagares. Cespedis and Grandy won’t see much pine. So I feel like this ranking is safe, but your prolly a big underdog to get him if u draft him as the 58th best OF’er.

    • Cram It says:
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      @the swinging: And he mentioned in this post that he probably won’t play everyday, hence a lower ranking.

    • Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not) says:
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      @the swinging: until they remember what lagares hits like, esp if conforto does better against L’s.

      • the swinging says:
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        @Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not): I’m on Conforto, what I was saying was ranking him as a 5th or 6th outfielder in 12 team leagues prolly doesn’t give u a lot of chance to get him in drafts. Maybe I’m wrong and Conforto is buried on the big sites adp we see.

  4. danny almonte says:
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    No love for david Peralta

    • Cram It says:
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      @danny almonte: What are you, his agent? “David, I got you a contract clause that gets you a free Razzball T-Shirt if you make Grey Albright’s top 60 Outfielders.”

      Now, where’s Avisail Garcia?!

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Cram It: to be fair Peralta has actually had a really good season and avisail not so much

        • Cram It says:
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          @J-FOH: I know, I’m just messing around. I don’t care where my guys are in a preseason ranking.

          Are you handing over the reins as FCL manager?

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Cram It: already done. Pandas is your captain. Magoo and I are out.

            • Cram It says:
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              @J-FOH: That’s a shame. Thought you’d really want a crack at wrestling this belt off my body.

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Cram It: Didn’t really play 100% last year and don’t have the time for it this year. It happens. You guys deserve people who can dedicate the time. I hope you can find some commenters.

                • Cram It says:
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                  @J-FOH: No I know, I get it. This belt around my naked torso though….Eh you can wrestle me for real for it.

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Cram It: I wrestled heavyweight in high school

                    • Cram It says:
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                      @J-FOH: I know how large you are. We discussed wrestling in the FCL. You sure they’re not putting something extra in that vape sh*t you’re smoking?

    • Barney Darwin says:
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      @danny almonte:
      I was wondering about Peralta too. Trying to decide to keep him or Wil Myers as my last keeper.

  5. Ken Griffey says:
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    No David Peralta? Top 8 in the NL in AVG, OBS, and SLG.

  6. El Famous Burrito says:
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    Dickerson to Tampa Bay.

    I would like to see a lineup card with Pearce, Dickerson.

  7. stock says:
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    love your ranks. Who does the war room ? I had some questions about the numbers this year and I would send directly …..have draft in 2 days

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @stock: You should tell the people at the draft to wait until March

  8. Troy says:
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    What about Rusney? Seems he has more potential value than a few guys in this range.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Troy: He’ll be along

  9. Gary W says:
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    Wasn’t Gardener a brick house until he played hurt last year? This feels like a low ranking for him, even from a non-Yanks fan like me.

  10. Gary W says:
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    *Gardner. Bah.

  11. Clint says:
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    Regarding Pillar: I’ve heard a lot more buzz on Pompey this offseason. Is that because fantasy-wise he’s got better prospects & ppl WANT him to get the job over Pillar or is he a legitimate threat to Pillar’s playing time & essentially both players could cancel each other’s fantasy prospects out? Or are the two totally unrelated & I’m wrong?

    Also, doesn’t Denard Span feel like he should be a Baron Von Crusher villain in Captain America with the name Spahn & a monocle?

    • Gary W says:
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      @Clint: The Pompey buzz is about LF, not CF. Right now, it looks likely that it’s Saunders in LF and Pompey starting in AAA for the ABs, but if Saunders’ knee becomes an issue again, Pompey is the guy. Pillar is locked in.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Clint: Pompey was supposed to play every day last year and is still nowhere to be found… He’ll come up at some point is my guess for an injured player

  12. Mike Schwab says:
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    Hey Grey,

    8 Team H2H points based league. Can keep forever. Would you trade Cargo for Lindor?
    Thanks.

  13. Old School Brother says:
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    No love for Choo in the top 60?!?

    On a side note, I’ve got a massive jar of Kimchi buried under the ballpark in Arlington. Can’t wait to dig that sucker out on opening day and chow down. I’ll be washing it down with a cold OB Lager (that’s like the bud lite of korea, delicious)

    • robbyrobdu says:
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      @Old School Brother:

      Agreed, easily ahead of much of this truch :-)

      • Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not) says:
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        @robbyrobdu: if he still stole anymore he’d likely be top 35 or so, esp if OBP league. he’s probably one of those guys who in deeper leagues if you don’t need steals (and might be OBP) he should be much higher. These rankings are for 12 team leagues though. If say you already had a billy ham or something in a 20 teamer with OBP you should grab higher.

  14. Teddy Heater says:
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    Yahoo is Fantasy Baseball is OPEN for business!!!!! Let the DOMINATION commence!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. ashtray says:
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    Do you change up your strategy at all in a league that only has 3 OF spots instead of 5? Year after year I try to ride through the slumps of the guys I drafted while watching these guys ranked 40-75 perform on the FA wire.

    • Cram It says:
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      @ashtray: I’d want them to be pretty diesel. I don’t think you can afford to have an Ozuna or Souza as your OF3 and hope he doesn’t suck.

      • ashtray says:
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        @Cram It: I agree. In the event that an elite OF is available I’d want him on my squad instead of playing whack-a-mole with the FA wire. I’m talking about the OF2 and OF3 though that are prone to disappointment.

        • Cram It says:
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          @ashtray: If your OF2 is constantly disappointing, that’s just bad luck, if not bad drafting ;)

          • ashtray says:
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            @Cram It: I have a long history of bad luck drafting/trading. If I acquire a guy who has never hit the DL for any significant portion of time in his career he will sure as shit miss half the year if I pick him up. And yet I consistently finish well.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @ashtray: Depends on league size, you can punt the third and have plenty on waivers

      • ashtray says:
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        @Grey: 12 team

        • Matt says:
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          @ashtray: what about 15 team league with 3 OF and 1 util spot?

          • Cram It says:
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            @Matt: Larger the league, the more leeway there is be thinner on the back end.

            • FKA Ralph says:
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              @Cram It: to a point. In a deep league you’ll want to roster guys who are within the starter pool from the outset (by this I mean if you’re in a 16 team league and every team starts 5 outfielders and a utility, you figure there are roughly 16 x 5.5, or 88, outfielders who are starters and you’ll want 5 or 6 of them).

              If the league is shallow, say a ten team league with 3 OF and a utility, you figure the “starter pool” for outfielders is more like 10 x 3.5, or 35. But there are way more than 35 really good outfielders, so you can afford to punt the third OF and utility guy and figure you’ll take fliers on them at the draft and figure it out off waivers. That’s harder to do if you invest a top 100 pick in all three of your OFs.

              I use that 1/2 calculation because utility is probably just as likely to be filled by a 1B as an OF. Obviously not exact, but close enough.

  16. rapscallion13 says:
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    I’m trying to decide who I would rather have between Tomas and Conforto. You have Tomas ranked much higher, but it looks like the projections for Conforto are better. Although you have Tomas’s projections for 420 AB’s. I’m thinking this is mostly about who is going to get the playing time. I got to believe AZ wants Tomas to play every day based on his contract and the offseason trades. I’m not sure Conforto is going to get the time.
    I reread what I wrote and it sounds like I am trying to talk myself into Tomas. I would like another opinion.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @rapscallion13: Tomas feels more assured playing time, but they might both end up around same

  17. Glenn seddon says:
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    Help,picked up a bad orphaned team. 12 team 5×5,no penalty for keepers entering year 3 of 5 before redraft. Swihart,gones,hosmer,duda,n.walker,castro,semien,castellanos,duffy,pollock,polanco,conforto,piscotty,ozuna,bruce,pederson. Must keep 7 no laughing.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Glenn seddon: Joc, Ozuna, Piscotty, Polanco, Pollock, Castro, Hosmer

  18. J-FOH says:
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    Squatty Potty! I want one so I don’t have to use those phone books anymore. Yes, they still leave phone books at my house.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @J-FOH: We get phone books too, we don’t bring them in though…Talk about a thankless job, to deliver those

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          That looks like me!

          • Ante GALIC says:
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            @Grey: Actually and not to be technical, he just ripped the YELLOW pages in half which is definitely easier than the WHITE pages, right?

            Cheers,
            Ante

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Depends on town size

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Grey: so is there a mountain of phone books in front of your place?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          And Principal Skinner is under them

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Grey: look at you going old school simpsons on the fly, I’m impressed….very impressed

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yupcha

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Grey: dammit, that’s my term!

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Yupcha

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    Teau Thief!

  19. Glenn seddon says:
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    That’s, swihart,gomes,duda,hosmer,castro,
    N.walker,semien,castellanos,duffy,pollock
    Polanco,piscotty,conforto,ozuna,bruce,
    Pederson. Must keep 7

  20. CoreyII says:
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    Was wondering how high you’d rank Pillar.

    Keeper question about him… 14 team mixed league snake draft, should I keep Pillar (round 14), Desmond (round 8), or Russell Martin (round 20)

    Other keepers will be Dee Gordon, Arenado, Archer, Melancon.

    Thanks!

  21. Joe says:
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    14 tm H2H Need help picking my 2nd keeper We can keep forever but the draft pick lost moves up 2 rounds every year. My first keeper will be Arenado for 18th rnd pick. Should I
    keep Betts for 7th rnd pick or Kluber for 19th rnd? Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Betts

  22. Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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    Grey! In a keep forever vacuum, Corey Seager or Sano?

    Heard any new, good hip-hop lately? I feel like it’s been slow moving lately. I picked up that Med, Blu, and Madlib “Bad Neighbor” a few weeks ago and just can’t get into it.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Seager… I’m listening to Kendrick right now… Haven’t heard a new album in a few…Maybe J.Cole, Fetty were my last ones I coped… Maybe Czarface, Every Hero…

      • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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        Oh Czarface is probably my album of the year, liked Every Hero even better than the first. The Jedi Mind Tricks from the summer was awesome too, I feel like Vinny Paz has stepped his game up over the years.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I need to listen to Czarface hardcore then cause I don’t have many songs 5 starred and Noisewater says it’s the bomb dot gov…

          • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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            I think you do Grey. I’ve been an Esoteric fan since the 90’s though, always been one of my favorites. There are only 1-2 tracks I don’t like. Any song with RA, or Method Man, or Juju from the Beatnuts is a can’t miss. The second beat on the 8-minute long song is worth the price of admission.

            Speaking of the Beatnuts….I’ve been waiting for the Alkaholiks and Beatnuts collab for like 2 years now. Combined they form the Liknuts.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Same-same… I like the Licknuts and Beatholiks and all of that… Only thing I’ll say is I like every Method song until about 7 years ago, then he became a little hit or miss

              • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                I get the Meth criticism, but as a guest with Es and Deck, it works.

                Liknuts released a couple songs, the album never came out though. Side note, I also liked Tash and thought he was underrated. Still think Dre jacked his beat…

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiBnTd_x0Ao

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Oh my God, Dre totally stole that beat!

                  • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                    Been saying that for years. The release dates are close, but I believe Tash was first.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      That’s what the YouTube comments said, so it’s gotta be

                  • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                    Oh, thanks for the advice too, ha!

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      No problem

                  • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                    What if all of those are just my YouTube comments?

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      You pulling the wool over my eyes, Noisewater?

                    • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                      What if I’m Tash just trying to make my skrilla? Is skrilla still a term? Did I just give it away that I’m not actually Tash?

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Or you’re actually Tash trying to throw me off the scent… Damn, Noisewater, mind games

                    • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                      Well I am an alkaholik…just spelled with C’s

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Hehe

                    • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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                      Call me K-No, ingest my vodka in Jell-O

                      Sounded tougher in my head, it’s a work in progress

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      You have a great stage name and one line, you’re on your way!

      • Mike Schwab says:
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        Is it close between these two?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          You know how I feel about both of them at this point, I’d take Lindor

          • Mike Schwab says:
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            Sorry,
            Is it close between Corey Seager and Sano?
            Thanks

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Oh, yeah, it’s close

  23. Rich says:
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    No love for Granderson? Some regression is definitely due, but even in his down year of 2014 he was able to rack up 20 HRs and 8 steals. I figured that hitting at the top of what should be a better offense than the Mets had last year might knock him into the back of the top 40. Definitely wasn’t expecting him to be below 60.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      He’ll be along

  24. The Thumb says:
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    Hey Grey, 10 team h2h with Doubles and OPS and W-L, shutouts.

    I can keep 5 players forever:

    Bryant
    Arenado
    Sale
    Marte
    Pollock
    Seager
    Lindor

    Top 4 are a given. It’s tough to throw Pollock back but would a young shortstop be worth it? I won last year with my keepers being Sale, Hanley, Arenado, Bryant, Dickerson

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Sure, keep Pollock

    • FKA Ralph says:
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      @The Thumb: which Seager?

      (Terrible categories, BTW. Wins minus losses? That’s super bizarre. Wins and losses for pitchers are worthless stats. I did a study and found that the stat that most correlates with a pitcher’s win total is the run support he gets while he is in the game — totally unrelated to his skill. Shutouts is such a luck stat. There are so few of them and they aren’t predictable at all)

      • Christine Michael: one Unlucky Whitehead (just pop him or not) says:
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        @FKA Ralph: same thing as net wins. i agree wins/losses for SP is crap, but net saves is real tale of closer value.

  25. hondo says:
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    Any reason you can think of for Yahoo having Souza down for 396 ABs?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nope

  26. Flag says:
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    I think indecisive would have been better. But maybe not. You might be right. I don’t know.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha

  27. ScreechOwl says:
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    Happy new year!

    Baseball New Year is a great time. It’s when we renew our Yahoo teams, we decorate our homes with hoa mai, and we give our kids little red envolopes containing predictions for who will be getting closer jobs this year and which rookies will get starting jobs in April.

    Conveniently, Baseball New Year falls right between Western New Year and Vietnamese New Year, so it means we get three great holidays, unlike the Cardinals’ outfield, which only has one.

    So, I opened my Baseball New Year present as soon as I saw it today, and what should I see, but….

    NO!

    Imagine that as a long, drawn-out “NO!” as delivered by James Earl Jones.

    Whereas Jones had just lost Natalie Portman to disease and most of his limbs to Obi-wan Kenobi, I discoverd today that I had lost something much more important. Jose Berrios.

    What happened, Yahoo? Why was he in your player pool last year and then not this year? I kept him in my NA spot, and you snatched him away like children in a Saturday morning cereal commercial.

    How appropriate, come to think of it. Silly fantasy baseball keeper league manager. Berrios is for kids! Or, they’re always after me lucky Berrios! Hmm, were there other commercials with the same basic plot? Probably.

    Oh well. Count on Yahoo to spring something like that on us in time for spring. You know, before spring springs and the birds sing. That sort of thing. It stings not to cling tightly enough, but they ping you with that thing, and zing, they ding your roster, makes you want to take a swing, break your arm and get a sling. But that roster don’t need a fling with players from the outer ring; it’s just the principle of the thing. My team’ll be winning anyway; it’s good to be king.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, thanks!

    • Tigres says:
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      Also no Giolito. Maybe they are still working their way through adding in the minor leaguers?

  28. UL's Toothpick says:
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    Good stuff !!!
    I am with you on Span.
    He is going much later than Burns and Revere.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks!

  29. matt says:
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    22 team standard 5×5 league 275 $ total salary….keep 2 of the following

    Kris Davis 14 $
    Jamie Garcia 4$
    Ken Giles 4 $
    Aaron Nola 4$

    all can be kept for another year as well

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Giles, Davis

  30. The great knoche says:
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    Alright, Billy Burns is my one keeper potentially wavering on. 6×6 with OBP added. Here’s what I have so far

    Rizzo $22
    Arenado $14
    Pollack $12
    Kershaw $33
    Arietta $14

    You keeping Billy for $10? Would be a solid base for steals paired with Pollack, but just not sold.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Keep him

  31. scott steelers says:
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    Keeper trade. A friend has lindor 10th and correa 11th rd. He’s willing to trade me Correa for Max Scherzer (7th rd keeper) abd my 2nd rd pick. I could keep correa for the next 10 years. Keepers would be Abreu 3rd, Sano 10th, Correa 11th, Springer 13th and Polanco 18th. Would you?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d want Correa

  32. reese says:
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    Drop some knowledge – I need to pick my last 2 keepers out of the following (12 team mixed league 5×5 roto) – Teheran, Giolito, Duda, Conforto, Maikel Franco, and Taijuan Walker

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Conforto, Franco

  33. SIMPSON, JAMES says:
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    you told me to try to trade blackmon (6th round val) and the only offer I have is nelson cruz (3rd round value) and gerrit cole (6th round value)

    however I already like my keepers of sano, arrenado, odor, franco, buxton and nola.
    turn the trade down or?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Sure, hold

  34. Mike says:
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    I have Sano $9 in a 14 team keeper league. $260 budget

    Should I do:

    A) Arrieta $17 for Sano $9

    B) Marte $31 and Springer $24 for Sano $9

    C) Hold Sano

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d hold

      • Mike says:
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        Oops. I’ve got trade regret.

        I pulled the trigger on “B”.

        Big screw up?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Nah, it’s fair

  35. dem ribbies says:
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    Happy Friday Grey,

    Come on spring training already, right?!?

    Please pick 3 of the following to keep:

    Cain $4
    Wade Davis $2
    Brantley $4
    Salazar $3

    Normally don’t keep arms, but love the price on Davis and Salazar. Whoever I don’t keep, I’m gonna deal for cash to a team that doesn’t have 10 good keeps.

    If it makes any difference, here’s who else I’m holding. (also the prices are kind of distorted b/c we’re in a soft-cap auction and people routinely chase. e.g. Trout went for $98, Cutch for $66).
    Posey $19
    Rizzo $19
    Altuve $15
    Frazier $4
    Blackmon $7
    C.Davis $7 (as an OF)
    Abreu $27

    thanks man! love the rankings as always. happy to see my fav height-challenged Astro up in the top 20!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Not Salazar

  36. PancakeMaker says:
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    Alex Gordon isn’t a top 60 OF? Unless I missed him somewhere

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      He’ll be along

  37. JJ says:
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    Hey Grey,

    Which 10 would you keep out of this group?
    12 team H2H 5X5 keeper league(keep 10)

    E.Hosmer, B.Dozier, T.Frazier, M.Sano, H.Ramirez, M.Kemp, AJ Pollock, K.Calhoun, C.Seager, B.Buxton
    M.Bumgarner, J.Fernandez, C.Hamels, C.Kluber, G.Cole, D.Salazar, M.Stroman, Y.Darvish, A.Chapman, J.Familia

    Pretty loaded with talent here. Going to be tough to cut it to 10. Any players in particular you would try to deal?

    Thanks

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      E.Hosmer, B.Dozier, T.Frazier, M.Sano, AJ Pollock, C.Seager, B.Buxton, Jo-Fer, Kluber, Cole…Trade Bum or some SPs or RPs

      • JJ says:
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        @Grey:
        Guy in my league just offered me Arenado for Frazier and 1 of Bum, Kluber, Cole or Fernandez? Thinking of countering with Frazier and Cole Hamels.
        What do you think?

        He also has Betts up for Trade

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Sure, with Hamels

          • Jj says:
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            @Grey:
            He said no to hamels. Do I offer one of madbum, jfer, kluber or Cole+Frazier for arenado? Or should I just work on a better offer

            • FKA Ralph says:
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              @Jj: I would do it with Bumgarner. Better to land Arenado as an upgrade over Frazier, than miss out entirely. Per Grey, you aren’t keeping Bumgarner, anyway.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Sure, Bum

              • JJ says:
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                @Grey:
                Why Bum of those arms? He’s the highest rated SP of the 4 everywhere I look. Is it just that you think that his workload is going to catch up with him eventually? I would think Kluber would be the one to deal.

                The other option is dealing for Betts.

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  I’d take Arenado

                  • JJ says:
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                    @Grey:
                    You wouldn’t deal Kluber over Bumgarner?

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Either

  38. Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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    20 team h2h 7X7 with OPS, XBH, holds and QS added. start 1 of each position, 3 any OF, 1 util, 2 SP, 3 RP, 2 P, 3 DL, 2 NA slots. i have to keep 7, and could keep up to 9. Keepers are front loaded, and for every player under 9 you keep you’d get an 8th or 9th round pick for. Standard draft starts at round 10 (so any team keeping 9 doesn’t pick till round 10). this team got 5th last year. When i traded for Puig and Mesoraco i didn’t think Carpenter would be a keeper, then his homers kept going up,and of course he’s a very good doubles hitter no matter how many homers he gets.
    OF -puig, cargo 1, heyward, ellsbury, a.jones, red dick (so i have too many OF’ers here)
    2B -cano/forsythe
    3B carpenter
    C mesoraco
    1B. bird/forsythe
    SS segura/e.escobar
    SP kazmir/j.zimm/fiers/hendricks/nola
    RP capps
    Basically it comes down to whether or not my 8th and 9th best players are better to keep rather than gamble and get 1 or 2 other people at pick(s) 140-180 (20 times 7-9)
    1. which 7 (i’m guessing heyward, puig, carp, cano are the only locks)
    2. are any of the others slam dunks to keep for 8th/9th? this last one hard to tell since 15/20th of the owners are back but at least all of these will be available: travis, orlando arcia, s.castro, trumbo, 1 of c.santana or morales, 1 of d.ortiz or fielder, belt, castellanos, 1 of pineda or severino, at least 3 out of (stroman,mccullers, cobb, darvish, matz), semen, k.marte
    are either of these deals any good?
    3. one of my OF’ers for piscotty + rodon?
    4. one of my OF’ers for Glasnow?

    • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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      @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: got an exact offer of puig for piscotty (to play 1st probably) + rodon.

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo:
        6. what about a lesser than Puig OF + Carpenter for one of Harvey/Bum/Jofer, or is Rodon close enough to those such that i shouldn’t give up Carpenter? This owner would rather get a 3B, but he knows he needs to move one of Rodon/Harvey/Bum/Jofer since he can’t keep all of them, same as how i simply can’t use 5 OF that good.

        • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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          @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: sorry,
          6. would be o.arcia + one of harvey/bum/jofer for puig +carpenter.

            • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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              @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: oops, piscotty would still be involved in #6.

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Sure, take Jo-Fer and Arcia

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      1. Yeah, 2. Harvey, Arcia, yeah?

      • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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        @Grey: ok, so that’s
        puig + carpenter for o.arcia (SS) + Harvey/Jofer + piscotty, play piscotty at 1B, and keep
        heyward/cano/arcia/piscotty/jones/ellsbury/traded for SP (harvey or jofer)/cargo 1. should i after that keep any of kazmir/j.zimm/mesoraco or just take the 1 extra pick to grab the best available 3B?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          What 3B would be available likely?

          • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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            @Grey: i draft at 16th in round 10, so not keeping one of those 3 moves me into 9th round (back of it if depending on which owners keep 8 or less), but for sure these: lawrie, outside chance at franco (probably not though), mostsuckass, castellanos, maybe d.wright, harrison, valbuena, maybe gallo, maybe yes…many, olivera, turner, maybe duffy, valencia, plouffe, maybe sandoval, freese

            or would i be better off just keeping carpenter and doing the puig for rodon + piscotty due to that shallow 3B list?

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              No, those 3B sound fine

              • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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                @Grey: just noticing he can’t do the puig + carp for arcia + harvey/jofer + piscotty since he needs to open up a keeper slot right now (and i need to move an OF), and in that idea we give 2 each from each other (arcia is not a keeper for him). guess i’ll just stick with puig for piscotty + rodon.

                • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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                  @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: i’ll try to see what kind of pick upgrade he’d take so i get back arcia in it though.

                  • Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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                    @Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo: ok, he’ll do
                    my puig + 12th rounder for his piscotty + rodon + arcia + 19th rounder.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Sounds fine

  39. Nightpandas says:
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    Grey,

    back in the saddle ….

    Got an offer of Hanley and Soler for Harvey

    My 11 keepers are looking like:

    Greinke, Cueto, Harvey, Jansen
    Rizzo, Dozier, Blackmon, Miggy
    And 3 of Souza, Krush Davis, Lackey, SMiller, Melancon, BCrawford

    What ya think ?

    • Nightpandas says:
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      @Nightpandas: and have Liriano too

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d want Harvey

  40. Jarrad says:
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    Hey, Grey…trying to decide who should be my last keeper. Based on the guys I listed below, would you rather have Beltre (Round 3 – 2 yrs remaining on keeper contract) or Nola (Undrafted – 2 yrs )? And to throw another wrinkle in, might you deal Beltre for Wade Davis (Undrafted – 2 yrs) and keep Davis over Nola. (I’m not big on keeping closers, but I figured I’d throw that scenario in for S’s & G’s).

    DEFINITE KEEPERS:
    Batters: Prince, Dee Gordon, Correa, Joc, Mazara (M)
    Pitchers: Kluber, Cueto, Stroman, Urias (M)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Beltre

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Sorry, submitted too fast… Beltre for Davis I’d do

        • Jarrad says:
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          @Grey:

          No doubt. Thanks, man!

          In that case, would you keep Nola over any of the others listed with Davis being a keeper? (Minors excluded, of course.) Nola and Davis, as undrafted keepers, would be kept in the rounds at the end of the draft.

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Nope

            • Jarrad says:
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              @Grey:

              Cool. Good looks!

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                No problem

  41. Mr Baseball says:
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    Roster Positions: C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, CF, RF, Util, SP, SP, SP, RP, RP, RP, P, P, P, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, BN, DL, DL, NA
    Batters Stat Categories: Runs (R), Doubles (2B), Triples (3B), Home Runs (HR), Runs Batted In (RBI), Stolen Bases (SB), Batting Average (AVG), On-base + Slugging Percentage (OPS)
    Pitchers Stat Categories: Wins (W), Saves (SV), Strikeouts (K), Holds (HLD), Earned Run Average (ERA), (Walks + Hits)/ Innings Pitched (WHIP), Strikeouts per Walk Ratio (K/BB), Quality Starts (QS)

    KEEP 10 PLAYERS – WHICH 10 WOULD YOU KEEP

    Yoenis Céspedes NYM – LF,CF
    George Springer Hou – CF,RF
    Kyle Schwarber ChC – C,LF
    Yasiel Puig LAD – RF
    Mark Teixeira NYY – 1B
    Billy Burns Oak – CF
    Melky Cabrera CWS – LF
    Jean Segura Mil – SS
    Ryan Zimmerman Was – 1B
    Brandon Phillips Cin – 2B
    Jonathan Schoop Bal – 2B
    Josh Harrison Pit – 2B,3B,LF,RF

    Carlos Rodon CWS – SP
    Lance McCullers Hou – SP
    Hyun-jin Ryu LAD – SP
    Zack Wheeler NYM – SP
    Nathan Eovaldi NYY – SP
    Raisel Iglesias Cin – SP
    Joe Ross Was – SP
    Brandon Finnegan Cin – SP,RP
    Erik Johnson CWS – SP
    James Paxton Sea – SP
    Kenley Jansen LAD – RP
    Jonathan Papelbon Was – RP
    Jerad Eickhoff Phi – SP

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Raisel, Schoop

      • Mr Baseball says:
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        Thank You Grey – I paid way too much for Puig years to go just to part ship right now – No more Donny Baseball maybe I might get some value out of him – Ryu numbers fit the setup of this league – Do you think Wheeler can be a top Pitcher- Don’t worry Grey I will not keep Jerad Eickhoff

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, Wheeler can come back strong in 2017

          • Mr Baseball says:
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            From what you seen last year and the playoffs – do you really like Harvey this year as one of the games top pitchers

            • Mr Baseball says:
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              Trying to make deals now -Steven Matz NYM – SP – would he be a good pitcher to go after for this year and long value

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                Yup

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              I do

  42. Mr Baseball says:
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    right off the bat I would keep

    CESPEDES
    SPRINGER
    SCHWARBER
    PUIG

    RODON
    McCLLERS
    RYU
    JANSEN

    IF YOU DO NOT AGREE THAT COOL JUST TELL WHO YOU RATHER KEEP

    THIS LEAVES 2 UNKNOWS

  43. Mr Baseball says:
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    ANY YOUNG PITCHERS HERE THAT LOOK LIKE THEY WILL BECOME GOOD MLB PITCHERS FOR KEEPER LEAGUES

  44. The Grand Poppy says:
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    Sano or Seager for OBP keeper?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Seager

  45. I am the Walrus says:
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    Keeper decision….McHugh or Rodon?

  46. booya says:
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    15 team 5×5 dynasty
    Cargonz or Souza, Anderson espinoza, & a wood? Will Souza have a starting job this year for sure?

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      CarGo

  47. SwaggerJackers says:
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    @Grey: I’m planning on taking the plunge this year and subscribing to the Razzball Streamonator.

    If I get the yearly subscription, does it matter when I sign up? Looks like 2016 data isn’t in place yet so should I wait?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Doesn’t matter when you sign up, but you can wait until we announce the new year

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