Psst!  This post is gonna list 2nd basemen that you should target in your 2014 fantasy baseball drafts.  I’m whispering because you don’t want everyone to see this post.  No, I can’t whisper louder.  Then it WOULDN’T BE WHISPERING!  Okay, gig’s up (or maybe that’s jig’s up), the love I’m about to reiterately (Made Up Word of the Day!) confirm are guys I love later in drafts. Am I drafting any of these guys in the first 12 rounds? Probably not (except for Brad Miller — hello, beautiful! Come here, let Grey massage your balls…The balls of your feet, silly!  Oh, that feels good on my hands.  Can I tickle your toes with my mustache?  Weird?). These are players that you’re looking at later and all of them have ADPs after 200.  Some could be the 2nd baseman on your team, they are more than likely MIs.  This is a (legal-in-all-countries-except-Spanish-speaking-ones) supplement to the top 20 2nd basemen for 2014 fantasy baseball.  Click on the player’s name where applicable to read more and see their 2014 projections.  Anyway, here’s some 2nd basemen to target for 2014 fantasy baseball:

Brad Miller (MDC 195, Yahoo 212, ESPN 299) – I dropped on you a Brad Miller sleeper post and ranked him about 100 spots before any other site.  Haven’t felt the love like I want so I’m gonna go over again why you should love him compared to others.  I’m going to take me out of the equation.  Steamer’s projections have him down for 83/15/63/.267/14.  Cousin Oliver’s projections have him down for 74/17/70/.273/13.  I have him down for 69/14/62/.272/13.  So, I’m not even the most optimistic.  If you believe Steamer (which you should since he had the best projections when Rudy makes the playing time adjustments), and compare Miller to Howie Kendrick’s projections at ESPN (67/12/66/.285/10), it’s not really close.  Miller is much better than Kendrick, and ESPN has Kendrick at 173 overall.  Rudy has Miller down for twelve dollars worth of fantasy value in Yahoo leagues (where he has 2nd base eligibility).  That’s more than Matt Carpenter, Daniel Murphy, Howie Kendrick, Brandon Phillips, Chase Utley, Jed Lowrie and on and on and on.  So, I love him, but you don’t even need to trust me to draft Miller.  Oh, and here’s what my dog Ted had to say about Brad Miller.

Jurickson Profar (Yahoo 192, MDC 217) I almost didn’t include Profar because I’m getting the sense that he’s being overvalued as a sleeper.  I still like him and if you can get him at a discount, then by all means.  I’m worried Profar might suffer from Bernie Williams Disease.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention lists Bernie Williams Disease as a non-fatal disease that causes a runner to pick ’em up and put ’em down without going anywhere.  Colloquially, the disease is also known as GNF (Going Nowhere Fast).  Only real side effect to this disease is a player looks a whole lot faster than they actually are.

Kolten Wong – (ESPN 276, Yahoo 283, MDC 331)  You’re going to get a director’s cut blurb.  Before Mark Ellis signed with the Cards, I wrote this but never posted it, “Now that Kolten Wong gets a full time job, he’ll immediately be mixed league relevant and around a top fifteen option with a chance for more.  He reminds me of Pedroia and not just because both need their tippy-toes to get on a roller coaster.  A 2nd baseman with 10-homer, 20-steal speed and a solid average is legit, but also on the precipice of Whatever.  He comes up short — no comment on his size — and he’s a guy that gives 7 homers and 15 steals with a .280 average and is exactly that — whatever.  This is the nature of what hitting has become.  Goodbye are the days when you were deciding between a 30-homer and a 30-steal 2nd baseman.  Am I as excited about him like I’m a pre-teen girl going to see One Direction?  Nope, but I’m not entirely sure why not.  He’s as cute as Harry Styles, but I think his yawnstipating first dip in the majors is playing a role in my lack of enthusiasm.  If he would’ve played better after his promotion, I’d be slightly more jazzed, bebopping around.  Knowing the Cards though, he’ll probably get 120 runs batting out of the eight hole.  I’m only half joking.  No idea which half, but since girls laugh when I remove my pants I’m gonna say it’s my bottom half that’s joking.”  And that’s me quoting non-posted me!  Then the Cardinals grabbed Mark Ellis and wet-blanketed the heck out of my already waning enthusiasm.  I bet there’s gonna be a moment in the summer when Ellis is hurt and I’m telling people to grab Wong like Pee Wee Herman in an adult theater, but for now, your league has to be deep to draft him.

Josh Rutledge (Yahoo 293, MDC 435, ESPN unranked) Everyone who followed my lead last year got burned by Josh Rutledge, and you might get burned by Nolan Arenado this year, but any time a guy in Coors has a chance to walk away with a full-time job, you have to take the gamble.  Rutledge still has 15/15 potential, and shouldn’t hit .235 again.  He might need to Jeff Gillooly DJ LeMahieu though.  BTW, I have a theory that one of the Daft Punk guys is really DJ LeMahieu.

Scooter Gennett (ESPN unranked, Yahoo unranked) The Brewers said Scooter (hehe) would start at 2nd base, but since they did that prior to trading away Weeks (nice negotiating tactic!), they now have a platoon that doesn’t work.  I wouldn’t be surprised if the Brewers give Weeks away for five cents on the dollar at some point during the year, but until that happens Scooter (seriously, your name makes me giggle) could win a full-time job because the Brewers are so done with Weeks.  If there was no Scooter (c’mon, it’s just silly!), the Brewers seem like they’re so fed up with Weeks they would play a man short before letting Weeks take the field.  It’s kinda like when you dislike a girl so much, you break up with her even if you don’t have a back-up option and you know this will mean a good two years before you have sex again.

Emilio Bonifacio (MDC 332, ESPN unranked, Yahoo unranked) Since I did my rankings, Bonifacio got the boot from the Royals and landed in Chicago.  The Purple Evolutionist supposedly has 2nd base on lock, but he’s a Quad-A player; Malbuena is making 3rd base the Not Corner and the outfield is a jamboree of playing time for players that have never been full-time players and may not know what to do with the job.  Bonifacio could replace any and/or all of them.  He might just platoon with Darwin to be The Evolvo Dinosaurio.  Shoot, let the Cubs go with just Rizzo on the right side of the field and just Bonifacio on the left.  Right now, Steamer’s Projections has Emily Goodface down for 206 ABs, but that feels low.  I have him down for 401, but that feels high.  I don’t hate the late-round gamble that Goodface can get the ABs and steals.

Anthony Rendon – (ESPN 240, Yahoo 253, MDC 268) Before you say there’s no 2nd basemen to draft late, there’s not.  It’s all right; if you follow my rankings, you’ll draft Gyorko much earlier then grab a shortstop for your MI spot.  If you go with a 2B for MI, Rendon might be nothing but a poor man’s Daniel Murphy.  Call him Daniel Burpy.  Rendon doesn’t have big upside with power or speed.  If he has a 10 HR, 3 SB year, it wouldn’t surprise me.  Ugh, I gotta get out of this blurb before I lower Rendon in my rankings.

Dee Gordon (ESPN unranked, Yahoo unranked, MDC unranked) – Alexander Guerrero really only had the unknown thing going for him.  It’s sorta like when a terrible professional wrestler dons a mask or some disguise and is suddenly taken serious, until he’s unmasked and gets pinned in under two minutes.  Alexander Guerrero is basically Doink the Clown.  The Dodgers unmasked Doink in Spring Training and are considering going with Dee Gordon.  I haven’t bumped Dee Gordon up in my rankings yet, because this situation is still fluid.  I have dropped Alexander Guerrero, because when a team that signs him doesn’t even want him, I have my doubts about taking him for my fantasy team.  Right now, I have Gordon down in my top 400 for 250 ABs and 25 steals.  He could easily get 40 steals and be a poor man’s EverCab.  I will call him WhateverCab,

 
  1. gareth says:
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    Your boy rajai, the king of sagnof, may be in line for more playing time in Detroit. his projected platoon partner (Andy dirks) is having back surgery and will be out three months. The tigers have stated they will use “in house” options to cover the dirks at bats. But Castellanos isn’t seeing any outfield action, and Don Kelly shouldn’t play that much (if at all, if the tigers had any sense). Comerica is pretty much made for Rajai. Hello triples! There’s a good chance hes on base for the kinsler, Cabrera, Martinez and Hunter to drive him in.

    All together now………….

    SAGNOF!!!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @gareth: Yeah, saw that… Will go over in next roundup…

  2. househildzoo says:
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    Grey, this is my third year of fantasy baseball, start of 7th plus league. I (we) haven’t lost yet. Let’s not start this year.

    • James says:
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      @househildzoo:

      if you never lose, then you need tougher leagues. I think i won my first few yahoo public leagues 15 years ago, then i realized private leagues against guys who know what is going on is where it is at. Now out of 4 leagues last year, i won 1, 2nd in 2 and 5th in the other.

  3. Raul says:
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    Whoa wait, you mean to tell me that Rudy has playing-time-adjustment-Steamer-projections? As in, “Rudy has overcome the one G.D. thing a points-leaguer wishes all stupid projections could just be better at”? Is there a link to this treasure trove of statistical analysis???

  4. Yescheese says:
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    Scooter !! Scoot scoot !

  5. centerfield_ballhawk says:
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    All things being equal… would you prefer Miller or Boegarts for your middle infidel spot (assuming both fall to after pick 150?)

  6. Billy Boy says:
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    I want to target Jedd Gyorko!!!

  7. Nimrod says:
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    In my 12 team league Miller is only SS eligible. Do you think he is a top 12 SS?

    • Aero says:
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      @Nimrod: It looks like he has Miller ranked as #10 SS (as shown in the war room spreadsheet).

      • Nimrod says:
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        @Aero: Thanks.

  8. NSA2518 says:
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    Grey,

    Off topic, but I’m in a 12 team keeper league – according to your top 400, Chapman is my fifth ranked possible keeper (out of 7). Do I keep him, or go with a lesser ranked every day player/starter? I’m looking at guys like Cain, Hamels or Lawrie…

    Thanks as always.

  9. de nachos says:
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    Finding it hard to get excited about anybody where they’re gonna go in smart leagues…I’m already pining for Cody Asche at 2nd next season.

    • Cram It says:
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      @de nachos: You can get excited about Kelly Johnson with me!

      • de nachos says:
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        @Cram It: guys with girls’ names are exciting in general. plus, johnson.

        • Chicken Dinner says:
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          @de nachos: Uh……..no.

  10. Malarkey says:
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    Señor Grey, I know here at Razzball we love us some Segura Sandwiches… they are delish… however, I was looking at some of the projected stats and have a question re: value. Would you rather pass Segura in the 3rd rd in favor of a power bat and grab Altuve in the 10th? I know ones a SS and the other a 2B, but speaking purely stats, they don’t seem very far apart:

    Segura – 84/10/51/40/.287
    Altuve- 80/8/63/33/.292

    Any thoughts?

    • jal179 says:
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      @Malarkey:

      Agree 3rd rd seems steep when a Bruce or maybe a Bautista is on the board.

      Anyone else ALWAYS come up short on steals using the war room tool?

      • stonepie says:
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        @jal179: i know i do. im not that worried as my totals are usually in the 70-80% range. seems like to get 100% or higher youd have to sacrifice too much from the other 4 cats to be worth it.

      • Men-in-Cleats says:
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        @jal179:

        The guys I was targetting, including Bautista, went just before my 3.12 in my 14-teamer so looking at my rankings it was either Segura, a couple of pitchers, a couple of guys at positions I didn’t need, or Rios so I took Segura. Would have liked to have had Joey Bats last another two picks but ended up with Rios after the turn at 4.03.

      • Alky Sobrera says:
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        @jal179:

        Same issue as well, but it’s the easiest spot to address during the season, so I try not to worry about it either.

    • Dingbat says:
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      @Malarkey: I’ve been thinking along the same lines. With a cheap 2B/SS like Miller, Lowrie, or Profar, you can really grab either Altuve or Segura and get close to the same stats. In that case, go with the cheaper dude.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Malarkey: Segura has upside on the power, Altuve has downside on his power…

  11. OldMIlwaukeePounders says:
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    Awesome Gillooly reference, Grey.

  12. JDW says:
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    I’m sorta worried about Profar’s mediocre call-up last year, his awful stint in South American winter ball and the fact that he is slated to hit EIGHTH in the lineup. Last year I was in the first year of a deep keeper league. I was so desperate to secure him that I drafted him in the seventh round – about five rounds or more earlier than anyone in the league expected him to go. The sort of pick where the message board lit up with a bunch of “DUDE! REALLY!?? 7th Round!!?? WTF!!!” I thought it SAVVY!! Nope. Stupid. The league was right. This year? Dude is going back in the pool. I’d rather try to get him in the auction than let him take up one of too few keeper slots in our league.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @JDW: I’m concerned too

    • Birdmann says:
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      @JDW: Dee could out perform him for much less.

      • Goose says:
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        @Birdmann: Profar’s “awful” stint in South American winter ball?

        Rangers infielder Jurickson Profar had a productive offseason playing in the Dominican Winter League. He hit .284 with a .439 on-base percentage, .836 OPS, one home run, one triple, five doubles, five RBI, six stolen bases, 20 runs and 24 walks in 25 games for Licey.

        Licey general manager Manny Acta, the former major league manager and current analyst on ESPN’s Baseball Tonight telecasts, said Profar was “the most impressive player down here, alongside Gregory Polanco. … he showed his All-Star potential at the plate and defensively,” Acta said. “Plate discipline and hand-eye coordination were outstanding. … Mature beyond his age, but definitely needs to play every day for his own good.”

        • JDW says:
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          @Goose:

          If 1HR, 5 RBI, 6SBs (with 3 caught stealing) and 5 doubles in 88ABs – in winterball – is what you want from the next great MI, then you can have him. The 20 runs and 24BBs is undeniably sweet, though. Nice to see the plate discipline. I hope I’m wrong. And he’s young. And it’s not his fault I bought into the hype two years too early.

  13. MattH says:
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    If i don’t get Cano it’s gonna be one of these guys i think.
    Great job on the pre-season stuff!

  14. JDW says:
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    “I’m telling people to grab Wong…” haha!! You coulda stopped there – it was already gold. But the Pee-Wee blast burnished it, buffed it, made it shine.

    “sooo shiny it looked like it was painted!” (Taste of Chocolate, BDK, ’90)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @JDW: Ha, thanks!

  15. Corey II says:
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    Keepers question for everyone. NL only, 10 team, 2 C league. Need to pick 5.

    Cashner $4
    Gee $4
    Gattis $5
    Medlen $8
    Bailey $10
    Samardizja $10
    DWright $22

    Thanks! Love the blog!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Corey II: Thanks! Not Medlen or Gee

  16. Are you warming up on Dustin Ackley’s chances this season? If he qualifies @ 2B, is he worth rolling dice on in standard 12 team 5×5?

    • Grey

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      @Danny Machado: I don’t mind him in a deep league… Will probably tell everyone to pick him up once it’s confirmed he’s the everyday guy and batting leadoff…

      • @Grey: Thanks. Yeah, I’ve also noticed that Wong isn’t getting drafted in some standard 12 team 5×5 mocks. I’m thinking that maybe 2B is a position I can hold out on? Between Wong, Gordon and maybe Ackley and others you list, waiver wire and/or late pick in draft should cover 2B

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yup, agreed

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    Rendon doesn’t have much upside?!? Small sample size (326 PA), but his career line in the minors is .269/.408/.531. Injuries have been an issue, but prorate his minor league numbers to a full season and he has 40 doubles, 12 triples, and 24 homers, to go with a sparkley BB/K ratio. The majority of that is at AA and doesn’t turn 24 until June!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @mymrbig: …”his career line in the minors is .269/.408/.531″ It’s a’ight…

      • mymrbig says:
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        @Grey:

        That is an ISO way over .200, very nice for a 2b (less nice for a not-2b). But how quickly does the power he showed in the minors translate to the majors? THAT is the question! His .262 minor league ISO is higher than any ISO by a major league 2b in the last decade.

        Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think he’s going to show that kind of power in the majors. I’m just not sure saying he “doesn’t have big upside with power” is accurate given his minor league production.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          He’s young so it could come, but it’s not just me… I don’t see one person saying Rendon will hit more than 15 homers this year…

    • BTD says:
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      @mymrbig: I’m with Grey. He’s not a power hitter at this point, even for a 2B. If your league has OBP or OPS, then he’s benefits more than others though.

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    all of these 2b seem pretty mediocre. Are you saying you’re avoiding any of the ‘good’ 2b?

    what are your thoughts on Lawrie as your 2b? He seems to have Kipnis-type upside — maybe fewer steals…but he’ll go so much later/cheaper.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @jerk: I like Gyorko a lot as mentioned a couple dozen times… Lawrie’s fine around 140th overall…

  19. Birdmann says:
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    Miller went in the tenth rd in my 14 team, kills me, I wanted him later had to settle on Peralta. I picked up Dee yesterday after watching him make those great plays from second. I have Baez on my NA should be covered up the middle if Dee makes the squad.

    • Birdmann says:
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      @Birdmann: Jedd Gyro is at second.

    • J-FOH says:
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      @Birdmann: Is this a question or an observation?

      • Birdmann says:
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        @J-FOH: just a heads up that Miller is going early might not be a good value.

        • willy says:
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          @Birdmann: miller went in the 10th round of a yahoo mock i was in yesterday… 12 team rotisserie standard

          • Birdmann says:
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            @willy: he loses his value that high, I thought 10 in a 14 was high

  20. The Thumb says:
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    I would like to see more of Ted.

  21. Dingbat says:
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    Hi Grey!

    I’d appreciate your thoughts on this team I just mock-drafted. My league is doing an auction for the first time this year, so this was my first practice run – Yahoo format, 12 teams. Aramis and Headley were the result of me trying to get cute and bid people up (I could’ve grabbed Donaldson for $11 instead), and I got a little screwed by auto-draft when I left to walk my dog (grabbed Beltran and Lowrie with money I wanted to spend on pitchers), but overall I’m pretty happy with the team.

    Compared to Yahoo’s values, it looks like Rosario, Abreu, Puig, and Miller are all easy to grab for hitters, and Salazar, Burnett, and Griffin are all easy to grab for pitchers. Other good pitching targets include Fister, Cingrani, Gray, and Samardzija.

    C: Wilin Rosario, $17
    1B: Jose Abreu, $14
    2B: Brad Miller, $3
    3B: Aramis Ramirez, $8
    SS: Jean Segura, $24
    OF: Justin Upton, $27
    OF: Yasiel Puig, $29
    OF: Norichika Aoki, $7
    UT: Billy Butler, $10
    UT: David Ortiz, $19
    BN: Carlos Beltran, $18
    BN: Chase Headley, $3
    BN: Jed Lowrie, $4
    BN: Will Venable, $7

    SP: Cliff Lee, $30
    SP: Mat Latos, $19
    SP: Danny Salazar, $8
    SP: A.J. Griffin, $2
    SP: A.J. Burnett, $1
    RP: Ernesto Frieri, $5
    RP: Nate Jones, $3
    RP: John Axford, $1
    RP: Jim Henderson, $1

    • Cram It says:
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      @Dingbat: Offense looks a little weak in the HR/RBI department. SP is too shallow after top 3.

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Cram It: He’s not that bad off but lots of things need to go his way, the double ?-marks at the corners would be my only concern.

        • Cram It says:
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          @J-FOH: Right, depends how you look at. Upside for sure, but too many question marks (unproven youth/health of older guys) for my liking. I wouldn’t want that team.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Cram It: what I I would do and what is good are two different things

            • Cram It says:
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              @J-FOH: True. I never take your advice anyway, except for who to handcuff RB1’s with.

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Cram It: I haven’t even written a baseball article yet. you know you’re going to be reading my creeper of the week….I have very good creepy credentials

                • Birdmann says:
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                  @J-FOH: creepiest guy I know.

                  • Prez!! says:
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                    @Birdmann: haha nice!

                • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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                  @Prez!!: @J-FOH: you and everybody else around here.

          • Dingbat says:
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            @Cram It: Thanks for the feedback. So what would fix the offense? Would swapping A-Gon, Donaldson, and Gyorko for Abreu, Ramirez, and Miller be enough?

            • BTD says:
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              @Dingbat: Rosario is great and all… but I’d pocket $10-15 of that C money. But C is among the more risky non-P positions.

              Now dump your ‘savings’ in with the $8 and $3 you’ve got allocated for 3B and now you’re talking a legit $20-25 3B player (Zimmerman/Wright-esque).

              You’ve also got $7 of dead weight on your bench. I’m not talking about the value of Venable the player, I’m talking what you’ve given up as an alternative to having that money going toward an SP or another starting slot. (I get your logic with Lowrie and Headley to some extent as a hedge for noobness/age, but I’m sure some would debate that too.)

              I like AJ Burnett for $1. But not a fan of AJ Griffin as your #4. Another few dollars from the Venable savings could probably land you a Liriano or Lester type.

            • Cram It says:
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              @Dingbat: Basically what BTD said. You’ve got way too much money on the bench that could’ve gone to upgrades at other positions.

      • Dingbat says:
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        @Cram It: Thanks! I thought I was okay in HRs, with Abreu, Ortiz, Puig, Rosario, and Upton all projected to get ~25-30 HRs, and Miller, Aramis, Venable, and Butler expected to get 15-20. I agree with you about the RBIs and pitcher depth, though.

    • Alky Sobrera says:
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      @Dingbat:

      I wouldn’t lean too heavily on the mock auctions. From my personal experience, getting salazar around 8, any of your closers at around the price you have them, abreu at 14, and lowrie at 4, is unrealistic. Mocks already tell you very little over at yahoo, the mock auctions are worse yet.

  22. trick dad says:
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    Holds league…do you prefer Boone Logan or david carpenter?

  23. trick dad says:
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    Holds league…do you prefer Boone Logan or david carpenter (ATL)?

    • Birdmann says:
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      @trick dad: ESPN format or innings cap. ESPN where relief innings don’t count Carp, max innings Logan. Carp would often pitch more than one inning last year. I want my holds guys one and done.

  24. Chad Donaldson says:
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    Need some advice with my keepers, listed below are the givens and then need help with the remaining.

    Keeping: Posey, Longo, Hosmer, Desmond, Machado, McCutchen, Jose Fernandez

    Need 1 out of these 3 remaning starting pitchers: Sale, Bailey, G Cole

    Thanks

  25. Brandon

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    Miller is available in my 12 team OBP league. Right now, I’m playing Lowrie at 2B, with Tulo/Segura holding down the MI/SS spots. I’ve got Rendon sitting on my bench. Worth dropping Rendon for Miller?

    • Brandon

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      @Kumquat Man: Actually, just messed around with your 5×5 OBP player rater, and it seems to suggest dropping Corey Hart for Miller, and throwing Rendon in as my 1B/3B slot there, and keeping Miller around as a backup. My teams got plenty of OFs, so I’m not worried about the depth there, and Lowrie has shown he’s a bit frail.

      • Brandon

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        @Kumquat Man: Self reply #2, just realized Rendon is only 2B eligible, and I confused him with Arenado. Oh jeez.

  26. Oaktownsteve says:
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    Dee Gordon has filled out a bit. Saw him turn on a ball and hit it with some authority. Turned a routine double into a routine triple. Guerrero also looks like he’ll hit. Jon Schoop outside chance at the O’s job. Kid looks like he’ll be a beast. Spring battles.

    • Grey

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      Dee Gordon was 127 pounds, so I’m gonna guess you mean relatively… Emoticon…

      • MattTruss

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        Think I heard Vin Scully say he added 15 lbs!! That’s 15% of his body weight!!

        • Grey

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          Maybe he’s preggers

          • goodfold2 says:
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            @Grey: i’ve seen “listed” as 150 but those lie all the time. If so he’s around how much i’d weigh if i was 3 inches taller.

  27. don julio says:
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    doing a online keeper draft; guys I have so far.. just missed Gray, but Fister and Masterson are still there.

    But Jennings looks like best avail, but yelich and leonys martin are still on the board, who has better upside?

    any closers you really like, that will go late in a draft… i like jim henderson, anyone else?

    Posey
    Pujols
    Kipnis
    Alvarez
    Hanley
    Jones
    Gordon
    Beltran

    Schrezer
    Latos
    Tehran
    Cobb
    Salazar

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nate Jones… You have 5 starters already, I don’t know the league setup, but I don’t think you need another starter yet… Take Jennings…

      • don julio says:
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        @Grey: Forgot I have Shelby Miller as well.

        • Grey

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          Even more so

          • frankgrimes says:
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            @Grey: I love 8 team leagues