Asians are wild on this week’s Sausage Pod. No, not B_Don, Asian fantasy baseball players. The great Tim McLeod makes a guest appearance gracing the guys with his in-depth knowledge of the Asian baseball scene. Tim gives his scouting report and expectations for the next hot Asian, Yusei Kikuchi, as well as a couple other intriguing names that might be crossing the ocean in the near future.

McLeod is also driving the bandwagon of several other players for 2019 fantasy baseball. Find out why you should jump on board Victor Robles, Adalberto Mondesi, Josh Bell, Josh James, Jose Alvarado and much, much more in this week’s episode. 

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Eno Sarris of The Athletic joins the guys this week on the Ditka, Sausage Pod. Eno likes beer. He likes beer a lot. Sometimes he has too many beers. After an in-depth discussion about liking beer and the new breweries everyone has been enjoying, the crew delves into some fantasy baseball talk.

Find out several under the radar breakout candidates Eno is already eyeing for 2019 fantasy baseball and also what draft strategy Eno is most likely to employ come next spring’s drafts. Jack Flaherty, Walker Buehler, Kyle Hendricks and the future of Shohei Ohtani are just a few of the arms discussed with the pitching whisperer, Eno Sarris, in this episode. Get your sausage while it’s hot:

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Razzball’s own Paul The Martian (on Twitter @PaulTheMartin) makes a guest appearance on this week’s Ditka, Sausage Pod! Discussion topics include 2019 #2earlymock drafts, Yankees players, The Martian’s expectations for Nolan Gorman, Alex Kiriloff, Keston Hiura, and Jesus Luzardo, as well as, potential tax evasion techniques, and of course, some flat earth discussion.

Are Aaron Judge and Christian Yelich fantasy first rounders for 2019? Acuna or Vlad in dynasty leagues? Gleyber or Andujar for rookie of the year? Who is Black Grapefruit?

Find out the answer to all of these questions in addition to why Mallex Smith was forced to seek a restraining order against Paul, right here:

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The Fantasy Master Lothario himself, Grey Albright, graces the Ditka dudes with his presence on this week’s episode of Ditka, Sausage and Fantasy Sports! All hopped up on “rose green tea”, Grey captivates Donkey Teeth and B_Don with his recollection of the founding of Razzball as well as his extensive courtship of the Ditka, Sausage Pod.

Albright dodges questions about allegations of sperm donations tendered to Madonna before detailing every aspect of his quest for a second consecutive NL Tout Wars championship. Then find out some players Grey expects might be over or under valued for 2019 fantasy baseball and learn what insight he’s taken away from the 2018 fantasy baseball season.

All this, plus an epic game of Denard Span or Ben Revere, and details regarding Albright’s secret relationship with Streamonator can be had just by clicking play below!

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Sexy young arms galore on this week’s Ditka, Sausage Pod! If you came upon this post by googling “sexy young sausage”, no judgment here, but this isn’t that kind of blog!

This week B_Don and Donkey Teeth profile four of the most exciting young starting pitchers in the game, as they take a look at the short debut outing of Michael Kopech squaring off against up and coming horse Jose Berrios.

Then the fellas circle back around to take a second look at Captain Jack Flaherty who was pitted in a fantastic duel against fellow rookie phenom Walker Buehler out in the city of angels. Find out which of these arms the guys like most down the stretch and going into drafts for 2019!

The show is wrapped up with the usual pickups segment highlighted by scorching hot Kendrys Morales.

Stay tuned for next week’s special guest episode featuring The Fantasy Master Lothario himself, Grey Albright!

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You know what they say about lefties don’t ya? They smell bad. Wait, no, that’s not it random italicized voice! They say you can’t trust lefties. On this week’s baseball sausage show, B_Don and Donkey take a look at two lefty pitchers, Robbie Ray and Joey Lucchesi. Can you trust these lefties to help your fantasy teams for the rest of 2018 and beyond? Tune in to find out!

The sausage lovers also delve into the game of up and coming Tampa shortstop Willy Adames. Spoiler alert: Willy has a very bright future, and the duo toss around some lofty comps to his swing and his potential production.

In the final segment the guys discuss some pickups who could pay major dividends down the stretch, including Amed Rosario, Charlie Culberson, Michael Kopech and Brett Anderson just to name a few. Basically, pick up anyone that’s hot and don’t be afraid to move on quickly here in the end game. The sausage you seek can be found here:

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Hot, frisky 24 year olds gone wild on this week’s Sausage Pod! That’s right, B_Don and Donkey break down the pitching matchup of potential 2019 post hype fantasy baseball sleeper Lucas Giolito against struggling Yankees ace Luis Severino. The dudes also take a gander at the bat of mythical Japanese Babe Ruth, Shohei Ohtani. Find out what to expect from the 24 year old men down the stretch and into next year.

Then, Willy Adames, Franmil Reyes and Hunter Renfroe highlight a batch of intriguing names in the pickups segment. Oh and Justin Bour was traded to the Phillies, surprise! Keep grinding thru the dog days folks, the finish line and your immortal championship are now in sight!

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Last week Madison Bumgarner journeyed to Arizona with his sights on his lifelong dream: jumping the Grand Canyon with his dirt bike. While he was in the area, MadBum decided to drop in at Chase Field to toss 5 innings of shaky one run ball against old man Zach Greinke. Both of these vets flashed nice wood in this outing. Not that kind of wood! I’m talking about wood baseball bats, they each flashed the lumber, driving in one run off their counterpart. B_Don and Donkey tell you everything you need to know about this intriguing pitching matchup, including what to expect from each of these aging aces for the rest of this season and beyond.

Your handsome hosts also profile the rapidly rising star Eugenio Suarez in this episode. Spoiler alert Donkey has a very lofty (and crazy) Eugenio Suarez comp. Lastly, listen in to find out which waiver wire targets might lead you to fantasy baseball fame and fortune down the stretch. Experience this week’s Ditka, Sausage Pod here.

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Spinoffs are a risky business with some great hits (The Colbert Report, Better Call Saul, The Jeffersons) and others that never made it (After Mash, The Conners, Joey). I’m taking the risk of writing a spin off article from the 2019 Players To Target Now In Dynasty? The article highlighted players whose value could change in 2019 that you can obtain on the cheap now. This piece has a similar target, but for players who haven’t performed up to expectations in 2018 that I expect to bounce back in 2019.

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Just like Michael ‘Squints’ Palledorous, you too can start preparing for your big move to the top of the standings in 2019.

Here we are at the trade deadline for MLB and starting to get to them for fantasy leagues as well, and teams are making their last attempts to bolster their rosters for the playoff push. Unfortunately for some of us, the season has not gone as planned and we’re selling and preparing for next season in keepers/dynasty formats. In the words of the great philosopher, Lil’ Wayne, “The more time you spend contemplating what you should have done….you lose valuable time planning what you can and will do.”

With that in mind, it’s time to look at what you can do to start planning and helping build your roster for 2019 in those dynasty and keeper leagues. It’s here at the end of the season where you can start building your squad for next year by trading for or picking up some players who may be free agents entering new situations next year or guys that faced an injury or suspension this season, which lowered their value.

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