Excuse the exposition and this clunky intro into aforementioned exposition, but here’s the catchers to target1st basemen to target2nd basemen to targetshortstops to target and something to stick to your dartboards to target.  These 3rd basemen to target are being drafted after 200 overall.  Keep in mind, nephew (and five niece readers), your Uncle Grey likes to have a corner man drafted by the time these guys appear, so you’re looking at potential utility men more than anything.  Now, this is a (legal-in-all-countries-except-Indonesia) supplement to the top 20 3rd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.  Click on the player’s name where applicable to read more and see their 2019 projections.  Speaking of baseball (best segue ever!), the Stream-o-Nator, Hitter-Tron and DFSBot are now available, i.e., the Razzsubscriptions.  Anyway, here’s some 3rd basemen to target for 2019 fantasy baseball:

Nick Senzel (210 NFBC, 214 ESPN, 220 Yahoo)  I have Senzel ranked as a 3rd baseman, ESPN has him ranked as a 2nd baseman, Yahoo has him as a 3rd baseman, and he’s the lead candidate to play center field in Cincy.  How’s dem apples?  Delicious!  Wherever he plays, he will be worth owning.  That’s just common *pinkie to mouth* Senzel.

Ian Happ (264, NFBC, 266 ESPN, 222 Yahoo)  You know what’s funny (but not funny at all). There’s some guys who I am burned by that I am so done with that I spray Solarcaine on certain players’ names just to remind myself they burned me in the past.  “Just blocking some Ray’s.”  “Your computer screen doesn’t give out UV rays.”  “I’m talking about Robbie Ray’s rays!  Leave me alone!”  That’s me interacting with a stranger at a Starbucks.  Happ, however, I don’t care if he’s burned me multiple times in the past.  I am back in once again.  Hopefully, in ten years, I’m not at a dermatologist examining sun spots, saying, “Nah, I didn’t lay out in the sun, Ian Happ was the only one burning me.”

Brian Anderson (276 NFBC, 252 ESPN, 297 Yahoo) I don’t even really care for Anderson, but I had to mention this (I mentioned it on the podcast but not everyone listens).  There was a fantasy baseball magazine this preseason that had a article title on its cover that read, “Stalking This Year’s Brian Anderson”  This absolutely kills me.  No, I don’t read fantasy magazines, so I have no idea what their point was.  What does that even mean?  Stalking?  Did they send someone to stakeout Anderson’s house?  Was it Vincent Adultman?  Did they interview him and misspell talking?  Or how about the brainstorming sesh that thought Brian Anderson would sell magazines?  Are they implying, who will be a player that no one cares about this year?  Did they reject the article, “Stalking This Year’s Wilmer Difo?”  I mean, what in the holy eff does it mean to be this year’s Brian Anderson?  For preseason chuckles, this falls only behind Brian Dozier’s average home run distance was shorter than 29 major league parks and Cody Bellinger played in 162 games, while being platooned.  We should call Bellinger, It’s Academical Ripken.  Any hoo!  Brian Anderson seems like a good bet for a 16-homer, .260 average with decent-enough counting stats.

Johan Camargo (410 NFBC, 267 ESPN, unranked Yahoo)  Gun to my head and you ask me who will be the best value for a guy going after 400 overall, and I will say, “You can just ask me, you don’t have to pull out a gun,” then I’d prolly say Ronald Guzman.  Then, after a bit more deliberation, I’ll say Johan Camargo.  Dansby Swanson feels headed for Brett Lawrie-type bust levels and Donaldson won’t stay healthy for more than 80 games.  If Camargo can’t get 350 ABs, I’d be surprised, but he will need 500+ ABs to have the best value for after 400th overall.  350 at-bats to 500 isn’t a big leap.

Jeimer Candelario (432 NFBC, unranked ESPN, 318 Yahoo)  He had 12 homers thru June of last year, but only hit seven homers the rest of the way, after he was diagnosed with wrist tendinitis.  May is a key month for him to replicate.  He only had a .295 BABIP, hit .262 with 4 HRs.  If he can do that across six months, then he’ll have 24 homers and a .262 average.  Pretty cool math, huh?  He is only 25 years old, so I think there’s a chance here for some surprising goodness.

Renato Nunez (637 NFBC, unranked ESPN, unranked Yahoo) If you said to yourself, “Renato Nunez is a MTV VJ.”  You’re thinking of Daisy Fuentes.  If you’re thinking now, “Then Renato Nunez is the name of the Puerto Rican chick I named my boat after.”  To which I say, stop pretending you have a boat.  That’s an inner tube.  I’m surprised Nunez is such an afterthought in leagues, but I guess you people like someone that can make quote-unquote contact.  Fine, fair enough, but Nunez could easily get into 25 homers *cough* with a .205 average. *cough*

Patrick Wisdom (738 NFBC, unranked ESPN, unranked Yahoo)  Pretty shocked he’s all the way after 700 overall.  To wiggle out of a platoon of Ronald Guzman and get more playing time is that inconceivable?  Asdrubal is that much a lock to stay healthy?  That *scrunches nose* inconceiv-drubal?  *TV news crashes into my office*  We’re here from “When Portmanteaus Go Wrong” and…YOU WENT WRONG!!!

 
  1. Robert says:
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    5×5 Keeper league.
    I should of asked yesterday, what round would you. suggest drafting Fernando Tatis Jr. Keeper value is 170 total per team so draft in 1st round cost is 100, 10th round or later is 10 . So if I can get him in 9th round will cost 20 next year following year cost goes up 10, second year value 20, third year 40, then 80.

    • Peacecoast says:
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      need a math degree to play in your league

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        How many teams? I guess tenth round

  2. I got $100 for groceries, $1400 for liquor, and $6000 for you to bail a couple of shit puppets out of jail says:
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    12 team h2h dynasty roto auction league. contracts are on 3 year cycles. max 257 budget predraft and max 18 players predraft. during draft it’s 25 players and 342 max budget. in season budgets mean nothing. anybody can be cut with no penalty, guys that aren’t drafted or kept at a certain price are 10 in year 1 already (unless prospects, who’s clocks don’t start till the year they hit a total of 130 at bats/50 innings). OPS, QS, K/9 in play here. i had to match a bunch of guys with price ups that are good.
    C
    1B freeman (matched 47 year 1/3 now, 1B is so damn weak)
    2B
    SS peraza 10 (2/3, assuming he’s a keeper)
    3B rendon 26 (2/3)
    LF k.davis 25 (matched, 1/3)
    CF robles 10 (0)
    RF stanton 35 (2)
    util (2)

    SP (around 8 is useful):
    reyes 10 (0)
    nola 22 (2)
    morton 5 (2)
    hendricks (10, i matched the 10, 1/3)

    RP (saves only, room for 5)
    yates 13 (2)
    treinen 7 (2)
    chapman 10 (1/3, i matched for this price, HAD cost 29 which i was letting go, so if nobody bid he’d have gone back into the draft where he most certainly would’ve cost more than 10)

    NA (10 slots): kieboom SS WAS (top guy), 10 (0)
    DL (5 slots): kopech 1 (0)

    so far that’s 15 out of max 18 and 241 out of 257 max. we do a 2018 MLB drafted player rookie draft, round 1’s cost 10, round 2’s cost 5 (both in year 0)

    keep any of these?
    – buxton 18 (1/3, got bid up from 1, would have to drop somebody else here for the money)
    – moncada 1 (3/3)
    – mallex 10 (2)
    – mcneil 10 (2)
    – brantley 10 (2)
    – schwarber 1 (2)
    – wacha 5 (2)
    – gausman 3 (2)
    – a.wood 10 (2, probably not with the move to CIN)
    – givens 10 (2)
    – y.alvarez 1B/LF HOU 10 (0)
    – paddack SP SD 10 (0)

    only 16 bucks left and max 3 spots left predraft to keep. i let kraken (25) and c.seager (30) go in the bidding. OPS rater says i’m a fool if i don’t keep schwarber and mallex (from war room) would lock my steals up nicely. could fit both, along with moncada. but one of paddack/y.alvarez might be smart too. probably priced out of buxton having matched on k.davis/freeman/hendricks/chapman.

    • Slappy Jack says:
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      Schwarber and Moncada for a buck each seems like a steal
      Mallex does seem like the next best value

      Paddack and Alvarez might end up with decent playing time this year… or they might not
      Feels like a year too early on both (possibly two years too early) to get worthwhile returns for their roster spots.
      In an OPS/QS league however , I actually like the Paddack/Alvarez duo better than Kopech/Kieboom pair

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d keep Mallex, Moncada, and Schwarber. Would also swap Paddack in for Kieboom if you can. 12 team dynasty there’s sooooo many prospects available, I like to take the guys that will contribute immediately…

      • I got $100 for groceries, $1400 for liquor, and $6000 for you to bail a couple of shit puppets out of jail says:
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        interesting, mike says moncada/schwarber/paddack and keep kieboom in. and i thought he was ETA leaning (to an extent he is). likely is more sure of paddack getting useful innings (that and i only have 4 SP so far kept).

        on kopech IF his clock was getting burned while injured i could see replacing, but it won’t, so i’m thinking he’s just a clear hold. i can see the alvarez over kieboom for OPS, but HOU, so i mean, we’ve seen them hold guys down for years too (aj reed being the biggest name). plus i’m guessing i can redraft alvarez more easily than paddack or kieboom too (kieboom higher on prospect lists and people probably going more gaga for SS guys as of late).

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  3. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!!

    Great report, titillating (spelled it wrong initially, thank you for your auto-corrector app!)!

    a. Love some of these guys, but some of them would be hated even by their moms. I read from start to finish (portmanteau included) but am only looking at Senzel and Happ in a re-draft, maybe Camargo because I know he’s your boy (so by extension my boy) and I’m rooting for him to get to 500 ABs and Camargo’s .270/27/2 stat line is actually looking pretty good.

    b. Got Eloy back in that points league. Thank you.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks, Ante! Yeah, I hope Camargo happens, we shall see…

      B. Nice!

      • Ante Galic says:
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        Grey!!!

        Sorry must be a carousel of emotions for you with all your disciples telling about everything that happens to their teams. Do you keep a rolodex of all your disciples teams’ rosters and then lament like the quasi-empath that you are meanwhile that is an actual impossibility? I dropped said Eloy for Inciarte. It’s a points league, consulted with Malamoney’s new spreadsheet for points leagues. Inciarte is a points league hog. Sorry for bothering you at all about asking about Eloy. [Notice the topic sentence of this paragraph is ‘sorry’.]

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha, you did me wrong, Ante!

          • Ante Galic says:
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            Grey!!

            Carousel of emotions=the title of your sex tape!

            Cheers,
            Ante

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              You spun this carousel!

  4. Terrence Mann says:
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    Hehe, saw the same Brian Anderson Roto mag and thought, Dafuq? I hope everyone in my leagues buys those magazines. Their place in the grocery stores is apt. They are to Roto what the smut romance books are to literature.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha

  5. Bob says:
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    Does the news of Mous being the primary 2B change anything in the rankings? I have Odor and Adames at 2B.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nope

  6. Tom says:
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    Happ to me seems like he’s headed toward Brett Lawrie type bust level.

    • The Great Knoche says:
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      Maybe, but he’s only 24, and the power is there. If he gets the K rate under a little better control he could go .260/30/10 Very easily. That’s not a bust.

      • Tom says:
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        Well his 3-31 performance so far this Spring is not inspiring much confidence. Is there a chance he could start the year in the minors?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Could be, hope not

  7. Beastman says:
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    Morning Grey, mind if I toss a trade Q your way?

    16 team H2H, $260 budget, streaming isn’t an option.

    Pick a side:
    Clevinger 17
    E Rod 6

    Severino 3
    Glasnow 2

    Leaning Severino side for the big salary savings, while acknowledging that the shoulder injury that may cost him a few starts.

    What say you?

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Some definite risk on the Severino side, but I think it’s worth the gamble at those prices. Glanow is an awesome $2 piece as well.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Clevinger

  8. G says:
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    I would never think of trading these two keepers of mine, but I may have the option before my draft to trade one of Lindor (6th round, can keep him 4 more years max losing a round each year) or Arenado (7th round, with same deal) for another teams Acuna (9th round, where I can keep him next 6 years losing a round each year). Thoughts?

    • G says:
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      Just to add, It’s a head to head categories league where Avg and OBP are 2 separate categories

    • G says:
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      Also, this is a H2H category league where Avg and OBP are separate categories

    • Donkey Teeth

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      I’d trade either of them for Acuna

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No brainer, I have Acuna above both of those guys this year

  9. DuctTapeBandit(GoogleIt) says:
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    Thoughts? Weak spots?

    14 team 6×6 H2H

    R, HR, RBI, SB, Avg, OPS
    Sv, K’s, ERA, Whip, K/9, QS

    C -G Sanchez
    C -W RAmos
    1 -Cron
    2- J Ramirez
    SS -T Turner
    3 -JD Davis
    CI -Gallo
    MI- T Anderson
    Of -Trout
    Of- Mazara
    Of- D Santana
    Of- Palka
    Of- Mullins
    UT- Zobrist
    UT- Bird
    NO BENCH BATS TAKEN

    PITCHING-

    Glasnow
    Bieber
    Chase Anderson
    Jon Gray
    Matz
    Efflin
    Odorizzi
    Bundy
    Godley
    A Bradley
    Brasier
    Ottavino
    Neris
    Pressly
    W Peralta

    • Grey

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      Your hitting and pitching look on the weak side, which is a puzzle how you pulled that off… Especially with Trout… You’re missing a 3B, two UTILs, Bundy, Godley and Gray are not guys I would’ve went after…

      • DTbamdit says:
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        Pushed all in last year and traded away 5 of my first 10 picks. Ty, sir

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Gotcha

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  10. Ben W says:
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    Grey – I drafted a snake draft. 12 person league. 5×5 categories. How do you rank this team? I tried to follow the guidance of Grey as best I could.
    C – Willson Contrearas
    C – left in blank for now. 2 catchers leagues are redic
    1B – Jesus Aguilar
    2b – Max Muncy
    SS – Trea Turner
    3B – Kris Bryant
    OF – Marcel Ozuna
    OF – Khris Davis
    OF – Eddie Rosario
    OF – Daniel Palka
    OF – Austin Meadows
    CI – Eduardo Escobar
    MI – Niko Goodrum
    Util – Luis Urias,
    Bench: Lewis Brinson

    SPs: Patrick Corbin, Stephen Strasburg, Joey Lucchesi, Shane Bieber, Nick Pivetta, Eduardo Rodriquez, Brandon Woodruff
    RPs: Cody Allen, Shane Greene, Andrew Miller, AJ Minter

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nice pitching, bit better than it needs to be… Your hitting is solid tho, prolly just light on AVG

  11. Brian Anderson says:
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    Grey–you are EASILY one of the funniest writers in any genre, but you’re over the top on the Brian Anderson thing. You know damn well what they meant..the guy came out of nowhere and put up a 115 ops and scored like 85 runs with a .273 ba and is eligible at 3B an OF. Handy guy to have rostered and the magazine you’re skewering is hands down the very best on the market with no peers. I’ll own him in at least a couple leagues this year.

    • Captain Obvious says:
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      Good. Have fun with that.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks! I didn’t know what it meant, but fair enough

    • fletch f. fletch says:
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      I respect you Grey, but damn it all to hell. Don’t you lie to us, and tell us you didn’t know what that unnamed magazine meant with a picture of Brian Anderson on the cover with that title. You know exactly what it meant even if you didn’t read the article. Hahaha.

      I honestly didn’t know people bought fantasy magazines anymore.

  12. LastPlace says:
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    Is Austin Hays winning the RF job in Baltimore?
    Do you think he gets 400+ AB this season?
    Thanks!

    • Cram It says:
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      From a Baltimore resident…I would bet on the over.

    • bigbear says:
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      From another somewhat Baltimore resident – a strong “no clue.” Hays has had a strong spring. Plus his ankle seems healthy. But unless/until Davis or Trumbo are hurt/cut/traded, then there is a 5 man rotation in OF (Mancini, Mullins, Rickard, Hays, Santander).

      Regarding Davis and Trumbo… Most fans are ready to move on from Davis. And sounds like the team is at least considering it. But it’s a $20/m sunk cost psychological barrier. I think the team is hoping Trumbo plays well enough to get some type of trade interest. So Davis may lose ABs fairly quickly. Trumbo probably not.

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        Actually, now that I think about it. Rickard isn’t really that much competition offensively. Santander is similar to Hays, but Hays has more upside. Hays probably splits time early on. But if Davis gets benched, Mancini moves to 1B and Hays/Santander both get everyday ABs.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I hope so! I just drafted that sucker

      • LastPlace says:
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        Thank you all for your comments!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

      • LastPlace says:
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        Thank you all for your comments!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  13. nightpandas says:
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    Hey Grey,

    I’ve got first pick tonight…deciding between Peraza and Bieber

    15 team keep 11

    My pitching keepers so far are Castillo and Lucchessi

    other available ss are Polanco, Dee Gordon, Profar, Hampson

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Looks like you need pitching, I’d go Bieber.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT

  14. The Great Knoche says:
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    Snagged Nunez yesterday. The power is there, (33 HRs in 2017 across 2 levels) but the contact is crappy. Hoping he puts it together. Worth a shot where he’s getting picked up.

    Site is still super slow as of this morning. Just March traffic? Should buy you a daiquiri to put the advertisements back in, maybe that would fix it? Yesterday I couldn’t even get on site.

    • Ante Galic says:
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      Hey Knoche!!

      Works fine for me. Go to your internet settings and remove all cookies (go back as far as possible). You’ll witness speed you’ve never seen before.

      Cheers,
      Ante

      • peacecoast says:
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        I just did this and it is a bit faster. Still nothing like it used to be even as of last week.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          @Peace, I think it’s a little better now, we’re trying to fix it to how it was last week

      • The Great Knoche says:
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        Thanks Ante, I’ll give it a shot.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          @Knoche, Seems to be a little better now

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, it’s just slow due to traffic, I think… We’re trying to figure out the issue, but that would appear to be the problem

      • WhiteRabbit says:
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        too much traffic = high class problems! I guess those extra 12 girls on the site is killing ya. Don’t spend all those fractions of a penny in one place man

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha, I just bought 15 minutes at a parking meter… Thanks, everyone!

  15. bigbear says:
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    Oh, pulling the old “Donaldson will get hurt” trick out I see. Yeah, I didn’t listen to Uncle Grey last year in one of my leagues. Fool me once. But it’s 2019 and guess who I’m drafting?! The top half of that line up looks great! Whoops, sorry, should have made that another paragraph… I’m talking about Senzel. Sizzle! **licks finger, puts out fire on butt** Hoping he can find his way to the #2 spot there.

    Where do you think Wil Myers hits in SD this year? I know you’re not high on him, but he’s got 3B eligibility in Yahoo. Feels like he should be a #5/6ish hitter (after Renfroe). But that team has a ton of #5/6ish hitters. So maybe #2 or #4? Not a fan of the AVG, but 25/20 isn’t that big of a stretch (maybe even 30/20). The R or RBI (depending) look a little light on your projections. He was pretty dinged up last year (a bunch of various stuff), so thinking it was an anomaly and he can revert to 2016-17 form. Still haven’t drafted him though…

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hmm… Seeing Myers currently as cleanup hitter, with Kimsler and Hosmer, I don’t think that lasts

  16. Sideshow says:
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    Any thought on adding Austin Hays to your rankings as he looks like a possible OF starter for Balt w his productive spring ?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, might add him at some point if he gets the job or seems more likely… I did just draft him in an NFBC league

  17. Bob says:
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    Would you trade Adames for Senzel in Y! 7×7 with obp. Senzel could play 3B and I could move Shaw to 2B. Was also considering picking up Mous and dropping Odor for the flexibility. Thoughts? Here is my offense –

    C- Grandal
    1- Goldy
    2- Adames/Odor
    3- Shaw
    Ss- Segura
    O- Trout
    O- Conforto
    O- Ozuna
    U- Haniger
    B – Alonso (NY), D. Santana

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Sure, take Senzel — I wouldn’t drop Odor

  18. LastPlace says:
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    Sad in Seattle…

    Who gets more AB Vogelback or Beckham?
    Is either number over 400?

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Beckham, I’d say over 400, but I’m in minority from what I’ve seen

      • LastPlace says:
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        Gracias!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          De nada

      • LastPlace says:
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        Gracias!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          De nada

  19. Dock says:
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    Bravo Grey! Awesome sleeper list as always. I need your help with this. I’m in a Keeper league and this scenario could be very likely come draft time. I have a 1st round pick and the only available players are Scherzer, Mondesi, Bryant and Benintendi per your rankings. Should I really skip Scherzer and pick up Mondesi who is ranked at 408 in Yahoo? Feels insane to me. Feel like Benintendi or Bryant is a saner move but I’d still be using a round 1 with those guys. Please help. Thank you!

    • Db says:
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      Bryant

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nah, you can draft Mondesi later since he’s buried in their rankings

  20. J-Hova says:
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    Thanks Grey! Love these deep posts, especially the VJ reference. Quick story, Foxygen is an indie band out of LA who were in DC a few years back. They tweeted that best question to them would get free tickets for their show. My questions was, who was your favorite MTV VJ, mine was Idalis. They responded Kurt Loder who then jumped into the tweet thread. That was my twitter peak and it’s been downhill since but Loder seemed to be a really cool guy. I miss the VJ days.

    I had a proud moment for you earlier this week. There was a front page fantasy Reddit post on a guy saying he is quesitoning holding JoRam in a dynasty and cited your analysis. He’s also dropping in Yahoo like mad which I attribute to you.

    Last thought, 10 team roto, basically the same guys since ‘98. I’m considering a proposal that would force the 10th place team to go on the Alien/Bigfoot excursion with Jose Canseco? Since you and Jose are close and have history what do you think of that as last place punishment?

    • Cram It says:
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      I saw Foxygen on their first ever nationwide tour off their debut album, in Baltimore, it was like their 3rd show. (Possibly the same tour you saw them in DC) They were absolutely terrible. Stopping and starting multiple songs, singing before cue. I was embarrassed for them. I imagine they’ve gotten better or they wouldn’t still be getting recognition. But it was interesting to see the growing pains.

      • J-Hova says:
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        That’s awesome you saw them that early. Was it Ottobar. I did hear rumors that their early shows were bad, France is a bit of a loose cannon. The one I tried winning tickets for was off of Star Power. I heard rumors that they cleaned up their show for Hang and the performances were great. That being said, i think they are fighting again so not sure they are even touring the new one coming out in April.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, that’s awesome… Did Loder break in with a tweet with breaking news music?

      Nice on Jo-Ram!

      Is an alien excursion with Canseco a possibility? Because, if so, how do I sign up?

      • J-HOVA says:
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        Haha, no but every time he tweets I do picture he reading that tweet in front of the crazy 90’s MTV backdrop wearing an IOU blazer.

        Assuming you haven’t been blocked by Canseco on twitter, he lists his agents phone number on his twitter feed and says his Bigfoot excursion is nearly booked.
        Not sure if Morgan is who you booked his Podcast appearence with but that’s who you need to book through. IMO they owe you a free excursion for bailing on their Podcast commitment so quickly. On that note, any guests lined up this year? I really enjoyed the B-Real one from last year. I think rapper is the way to go!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha, nice!

          I want to just interview 90’s rappers… I should have this be my podcast… Not sure if I ever mentioned this, but I was chatting with Fife Dawg on email about being on the show right before he died… No official guests right now lined up though…

          • J-Hova says:
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            Wow, thats crazy. I know he was a huge sports fan, that would have been a great get. Being out west, you should shoot for someone from the Heiro crew or Tash/Xzibit. Evidence seems to be a big sports fan and is super accessible through Twitter. I’m pretty sure that you can corner the market on Baseball/Rap podcasts if you havnt already with the B-Real interview!

            • Grey

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              Haha, I think I’m the only baseball pod ever to feature a rapper, so market cornered! Some of these older guys are super easy to reach… I simply emailed Fife off his “manager’s” email on Twitter…

  21. The Talented Mr. Dope Man says:
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    Grey –

    Just wanted to mention how crazy CBS’s projections are on Ryan O’Hearn…

    260. 30HR, 100 RBI, 78R

    WTF… Am I missing something??

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, I was wondering why people were excited about him, now I see

      • Raider says:
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        Sounds like a CBS poor man’s Evan Gattis!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Hehe

    • Dave D says:
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      Wow! Put that in your pipe and smoke it…

  22. FrankGrimes says:
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    Nambla awards hahaha