This weekend I went to Palm Springs to see the in-laws, and I was saying to Father Cougs that I wished I bet on the Phillies to win the World Series back in November when we were in Vegas.  He replied, “With all that blog money you have?”  Then I went to the bathroom and told my reflection, “One day they’re not gonna laugh at you!  I promise you that Reflection Grey!”  Then, while sitting in a stall, I listened on my iPhone to the theme from Rocky, Gonna Fly Now, and stabilized my ego.  Trying hard now!  Gettin’ strong now!  Gonna fly now!  Any hoo!  The newest favorite son of Philadelphia, Jake Arrieta, joined an already underrated starting rotation.  I’d contend (for the welterweight championship) that Arrieta isn’t even their ace, that label goes to the guy draped in Mardi Gras beads, Nola.  For a while, it appeared Arrieta was headed to Philly.  I hear the hold up was due to Arrieta unable to find a special type of umbrella.  “Do you have an umbrella that blocks thrown batteries?”  In the top 40 starters, I said, “At this stage in Arrieta’s career, I don’t see his value changing much no matter where he signs.  If he goes to Miller Park, Chase or Coors, then I’ll lower him a little, but I see no way I raise him up outside of a move to Petco, which doesn’t seem likely, because the Padres are playing for 2020, then, in 2020, they’ll be playing for 2023.”  And that’s me quoting me!  See, so nothing really changes, and I’m not looking to draft Arrieta suddenly, but a solid real world move for the Phils.  Anyway, here’s what else I saw in spring training for 2018 fantasy baseball:

Psyche!  Before we get into the roundup, there’s a $10 league signup today that needs some people.  When we did the polling of what youse wanted in your fantasy leagues, a large majority of you wanted paid leagues, but I’m getting the feeling we may not be doing them next year, and go back to all free leagues.  You don’t want to bet $10 to win $100 that you’re better than eleven others?  C’mon, put that Jimmy John’s sub money where your mouth is!  Hey, I could write ad copy.  Anyway, the roundup:

Cam Bedrosian – In lead for the closer job in Los Angeles aka Anaheim.  Blake Parker went out of his way to lose the closer job this spring, but, with The Sciosciapath, this is far from over.  I’d imagine we’re talking about who’s closing for the Angels throughout the season.  Or screaming at our computer monitors, at least.  In my top 500, I moved Bedrosian up and Parker down.

Dominic Leone – Might be sneaking into the conversation for the Cards closer job.  And you thought Dominic Leone was a country in West Africa.  Silly, silly you.  Not to be confused with Sillie Ewe, the President-elect of Dominic Leone, the country in West Africa that doesn’t exist.  I’ve adjusted my top 500 for Leone.  Don’t think he takes the job and runs with it, but he obviously needs to be drafted at this point.

Brandon Finnegan – Left yesterday’s game with a left lateral forearm spasm.  This means when he was flexing his forearm that little bump that pops up started pulsing morse code for 911.  In my top 100 starters, I didn’t give Finnegan anywhere close to a full season of IP due to his shoulder issues last year, so nothing’s really changed.

Anthony DeSclafani – Nursing a strained oblique, after having a sprained UCL last year, to go with the soreness he’s still feeling when he was stamped, “Fragile.”  Insert emoji of a weeping child making an iPhone who just drafted DeSclafani.  Much like Finnegan, in my top 100 starters, I had only projected DeSclafani for around 100 IP, so never thought he was throwing a full season, and nothing’s changed.

Jorge Bonifacio – Was suspended for 80 games for Boldenone, a controlled substance found in baby Tylenol.  At least the baby Tylenol of Barry Bonds.  This gives some room for Paulo Orlando to play, the Florida Project!  I updated my top 100 outfielders.

Nick Delmonico – Partially dislocated his shoulder in a collision.  That reminds me of Oscar winner, Crash, only without the clumsy racial overtones.  I moved Delmonico in my top 100 outfielders and removed him from all other position rankings, because I was dopey and accidentally ranked him for the wrong position, and only one of you caught it six weeks later.  Shame on you!  You like how I displaced that blame, huh?

Matt BushRangers said Bush will be used out of the bullpen.  Sounds like the Rangers are playing with fire if Bush needs to ride the new bullpen cart onto the field.  Hope the steering wheel has an Intoximeter.  Bush is still in the top 500, but I removed him from the top 100 starters.

Delino DeShieldsRangers manager Banister announced DeShields would bat leadoff, steal 50 bases and learn when to use an em-dash vs. a semicolon.  I haven’t adjusted anything with my DeShields projections in the top 80 outfielders, but I love to hear this, while trying to remain objective and know spring training boasts vary widely.  Here’s my favorite from this preseason:

Lance Lynn – Signed with the Twins.  Solid real baseball move by the Twins to sign Lynn, but it doesn’t make him more enticing for fantasy, due to his peripherals that were discussed in the top 60 starters blurb.  Though, he will be trying to keep his BABIP in check again this year because he’ll be in another contract year.  Kidding!  Don’t buy the contract talk mumbo-slash-jumbo.

Jonathan Lucroy – Signed with the A’s.  Remember when Gary Sanchez realized he had a, uh, nut allergy to foul tips?  That’s the hit Lucroy’s value takes going to Oakland.  He could barely hit a home run in Coors, and now he’s up against it in the field MC Hammer and Charley O built.  Well, I wasn’t owning him prior to this, and I’m definitely not touching him now.  He is ranked and projected in my top 20 catchers.

 
  1. Sean Mulhern says:
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    Hey Grey,
    Philly fan here, excited to add some depth to a staff that needed it and has a strong bullpen.
    I am really looking forward to how Kapler and his managerial philosophies work with the team and the young players, I for one am excited for the season and feel there is an outside shot at a wildcard if more things break right than wrong this year.

    I have a keeper question for you. I can keep five players all drafted in the first five rounds in a keep forever league with OBP instead of AVG as the only deviation from the standard 5×5 categories 10 team league with 2 utl spots 3 OF and 1 IF slot besides the regular other positions.

    I am keeping Nolan Torenado! Treat Urner, Au SHiz, and Bellinger, and then my decision is between Carlos Correa or Jose Ramirez. Really torn, lean slightly towards Correa in a keep forever league but could be convinced otherwise if there is a strong argument for Ramirez who I really like as well. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance :)

    • Fister Furbush says:
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      @Sean Mulhern:

      Golden keepers

      Good job by you

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @Sean Mulhern: Not a bad option for you, really cant go wrong. Ramirez has some position flexibility, depending where you are playing , so that might push me his way a bit.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Sean Mulhern: I think there’s a chance for Wild Card, easily… Then anything can happen…. Nice keepers, I’d go Ramirez, prolly can’t go wrong either way in a keeper

  2. Marti says:
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    Pretty weak razzball readers. $20 buy in leagues left. 20 can win you 200. No offense but free leagues are for wimps. C Mon people

    • Justin says:
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      @Marti:

      Or poor people

      • Cram It says:
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        @Justin: If you can’t afford $20 to play fantasy baseball, you probably should be spending the time you’re investing in free fantasy baseball to make $20 instead.

        • Justin says:
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          @Cram It:

          What if you already have two other leagues that are $50+ entry fees? Money don’t grow on trees contrary to Ancient Mayans belief in the money tree. Your argument could be made over and over again and before you know it you are investing thousands of dollars in league fees. Slippery slope Cram It. Slippery slope.

          • Willy Mo says:
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            @Justin: for me its not about money. Im in a 200 and 300 12 team league. Adding on another 20 or 40 or 60 is no big deal but theres no way i can give them all my best effort. And if im gona play for money i want to able to be my best. I usually do 1 rcl a year and is 3rd in my pecking order by a mile. I get aksed by friends of friends to join leagues all the time that i decline for the same reason. And the rcl format is one of the most active league settings where daily im swappimg out rp and filling my roster with the free agents ect. so to play if correctly it takes up your time.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Marti: Ha, I read your last line like I was Jamaican…C mon people!

    • Old School Brother says:
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      @Marti: I don’t play RCL’s to win money, I play them for the challenge of beating Nick the Dick

      • nick the smooth dick says:
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        @Old School Brother: Hey, beat your own dick! You had a very solid draft last night. It’s no blue waffle, but then again nobody is…

        • Old School Brother says:
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          @nick the smooth dick: I like your top three hitters of Goldy/Machado/Gordon over my top 3 of Trout/Votto/Rendon

  3. J.D. says:
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    Amen, @Marti.

    I also have a $100.00 league with a few spots left, payouts $700, $350, $150.
    Draft is this Sunday, the 18th, at 1:00pm EST.
    We’re the annual Night of the Living Zombinos RCL . . . it’s private, so email me at [email protected] to claim a spot!

    In six years, we haven’t had a repeat winner, although I’m hoping to change that this year!

    The RCL format is an incredibly fun way to play high-stakes fantasy baseball, and of course Razzballers are ALWAYS competitive. Plus, I’m stoked from what I’ve seen of Fantrax so far, so if you’re on the fence, join an RCL today. Ours, or one of the others in the lobby!

    • DonSlaughtOnslaught says:
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      @J.D.: He ain’t kidding; it is a fun league. Join us.

  4. The Fighting Chicken says:
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    Does anyone who has used Fantrax know if the draft order in the Draft Room is already set or whether it reshuffles itself an hour or so before draft time? All 12 spots in the league are full.

    Never owned Trout and am currently listed as first…should I not get my hopes up?

    • chris says:
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      @The Fighting Chicken: @The Fighting Chicken:

      I’ve used fantrax for years and the order can be changed at the commish level. Unless there’s a reason as to why they’re changing it (based on who finished what, last year, etc.) and they tell you them soon, I’d get my hopes up.

      • The Fighting Chicken says:
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        @chris: it’s an RCL so hopefully I’m fine! There are 3 blank spots before the list starts but maybe that’s just because the draft is so far away.

        Thanks a lot though!

        • VinWins

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          @The Fighting Chicken: I believe every time a new owner joins, it is reshuffled.

          • The Great Knoche says:
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            @VinWins: Can I leave and rejoin the RCL so Truss doens’t pick frist?

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Gaming the system!

            • MattTruss

              MattTruss says:
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              Wait! I have first pick somewhere? I’m in too many leagues to even keep track at this point!

            • VinWins

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              @The Great Knoche: Yeah, I was thinking that is a possibility. Personally, I don’t want the first pick though.

  5. Nittanychris says:
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    Great stuff as usual! Quick keeper question…In a Mixed Auction League, ten team, standard 5×5 Roto categories, $260 budget, choose 2 of the following 3 to protect. Thanks!

    $1 Paul DeJong
    $5 Jake Lamb
    $13 Lorenzo Cain

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @Nittanychris: DeJong and Cain. Humidor hurts Lamb.

  6. Another Dan says:
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    Grey,

    Did £5 e/w on Philly earlier in the off-season on your advice at 125/1. Am thinking it will make my season a bit more interesting.

    Best wishes,

    Another Dan

  7. VinWins

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    Bonifacio and Maxwell are listed 1-2 in the Top 500 currently. I think it should be the other way around. Just kidding, I trust you (but I was surprised to see them at the top.)

    Also, I read addiction in this headline: Twins release Sanchez amid reports of Lance Lynn addition

    • Grey

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      @VinWins: Bump Trout out! That’s a Rudy error when he updated my top 500, which I can’t do manually… Thanks for the heads up, he’ll fix when he gets a chance…

      Actually Rudy just updated by the time I got to end of comment, I’m told…

  8. Matt says:
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    Is Leone getting the job because of his SIERA?

    • Pouss-Pouss says:
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      @Matt: @Matt: Nice!

      All these cheapo Razzballers who don’t want to pay league fees should move to Freetown.

      • Justin says:
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        @Pouss-Pouss:

        Is Freetown a fantrax league?

  9. C says:
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    Yo Grey,

    As per tradition, looking for validation, comments, and/or criticism following my draft last weekend. 12-team non-standard roto (TB, R, HR, OBP, NS, RBI and K, ERA, WHIP, NSV, H, W) with 1250 IP max.

    Here’s the squad:

    C – C. Iannetta
    1B – J. Abreu
    2B – J. Schoop
    3B – T. Shaw
    LF – G. Polanco
    CF – C. Yelich
    RF – G. Stanton
    Util – J. Bruce
    Util – J. Villar
    Bench – B. Zimmer
    Bench – A. Eaton

    SP – R. Ray
    SP – C. Archer
    SP – T. Bauer
    SP – B. Snell
    SP – C. Morton
    RP – C. Knebel
    RP – F. Rivero
    RP – A. Bradley
    P – A. Miller
    P – A. Swarzak
    Bench – C. Greene
    Bench – Juan Nicasio

    My Util bats are in flux a bit, as I needed some speed. And I’m speculating on holds with my bench pitchers. How’d I do?

    • knucks says:
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      @C: Do you have to play an actual LF in that slot? They aren’t just OF slots? Like powdered donuts… that would make me go nuts.

      • C says:
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        @knucks:

        Correct – have to play an actual LF, CF, and RF.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @C: Hitting looks solid, maybe low on AVG, depends on Bruce down, should likely be fine… Pitching is rock solid… Nice team!

      • C says:
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        @Grey:

        Thanks! Totally neglected my SS – which is Lindor.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          No problem

  10. Need steals says:
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    Looking to round out my offense with a SB threat in the UTIL spot who won’t sink me too badly in AVG or anything. Who you got:

    Delino DeShields
    Manny Margot
    Eduardo Nunez
    Jonathan Villar
    Kevin Kiermaier
    Ender Inciarte
    Orlando Arcia

    I’m leaning DeShields (can he legit steal 50?) or Margot (15/25??) but is Nunez maybe the best bet because he’s eligible at 4 positions in my league…But then there’s Inciarte who seems to be a legit .300 hitter! Decisions decisions!

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @Need steals: Margot.

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @Need steals: Margot

    • Cram It says:
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      @Need steals: Depends how many steals you want. Sure Inciarte and Margot might steal 20+ with more average or pop, but Deshields should steal 40+ with a full season.

  11. Matt says:
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    Hey Grey and you guys (and five lady commenters), I drafted Zach Britton for my DL stash spot in a 12-team standard Y! league, please rank these waiver wire pickups for possible save potential:

    (currently ranked)
    Joakim Soria
    Dominic Leone
    AJ Ramos
    Ryan Madson

    Thanks!

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @Matt: Leone, AJ, Soria

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Matt: I’ve ranked all of these

  12. Ante Galic says:
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    Grey!!!

    Loved the article, especially the DeShizz news!

    a. Will be drafting him for sure around 175ish? Is it too early? Too late? Would you rather have Bret Gardner or DeShizz at 175?

    b. Am in day 1 of a 2-day training. It’s the same training as the one conducted end February!! Only the training facilitators are different. Plus one of the facilitators asked me to come for moral support, so there’s that. Plus, free lunch. I come from poverty so I still go ga-ga for a free buffet lunch.

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

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      @Ante Galic: Thanks! A. That late prolly go DeShields, but team makeup would likely play into it B. Who turns down a free lunch?

  13. MisforMookie says:
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    Hi Grey-

    Quick draft pick question. In a Yahoo 6×6 12-team roto (standard hitting + OPS, pitching uses SV+H, + QS), where Paul Goldschmidt, Andrew Benintendi, and James Paxton are my keepers, I have the 5th pick.

    Conveniently, the order of the remaining players in your top 20 exactly match the order from Rudy’s league setting-specific auction values…the top remaining picks in rank order are Trout, Harper, Betts, Machado, Bryant, Lindor, J. Ramirez, and Blackmon (the top 7 pitchers are off the board already).

    Would you draft whoever is the highest remaining ranked player out of this pool when it gets to me (so, theoretically, Bryant)? Or target a different order of players based on my keepers/league? The existing rank seems reasonable to me, but I’m curious.

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @MisforMookie: I think I would take Blackmon over Bryant.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @MisforMookie: I’d draft highest remaining guy, so Bryant if there

  14. Jimmy Suitcase says:
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    Hiya Grey –

    In a 13 team standard 5×5 yahoo rotisserie league with an auction draft. Each team can keep 3 guys with cost of the player being the average of: 2017 draft value + 2018 average auction value. We have a$260 budget. Out of these folks which three am I keeping?

    -Jose Altuve: $49
    -Bryce Harper: $45
    -Joey Votto: $32
    -Robbie Ray: $11
    -Segura: $14
    -Buxton: $14
    -Rendon: $18
    -Jake Lamb: $9

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jimmy Suitcase:

      Jose Altuve: $49
      -Bryce Harper: $45
      -Robbie Ray: $11

  15. Raider says:
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    War room Q- is the goal setting tab set for 12 teams default to RCLs? If not what weights does everyone use?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Raider: Yeah, 12 team defaults…

  16. AlbiesTheRacistDragon says:
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    NL Only 10 team keeper deadline today. We’re normal 5×5 categories and $260, but the twist is that everyone has to roster 2 2B and 2 SS (but only 3 total corner infielders). Top players usually go in the mid to low 30s.

    With that in mind, I need to pick 5 of these 6 to keep (1 to cut). What do you all think?

    $26 Freeman
    $17 Ozuna
    $16 Story
    $13 Ray
    $4 Wood
    $4 Margot

    Thanks!!

      • AlbiesTheRacistDragon says:
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        @Inquiring Mind:

        Yes Alex Wood, sorry for the vague list.

        $4 though is so cheap though!

        • Inquiring Mind says:
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          @AlbiesTheRacistDragon: It is cheap, but the value on the others, given your settings, I think is better. Wood may have and innings limit, the Dodgers play with the 10 day DL like a new toy, and he is a bit of an injury risk.

          Other option, if you keep Wood, I think I would lose Story. That’s not bad value, but maybe a bit high for an injury risk himself.

      • AlbiesTheRacistDragon says:
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        @Grey:

        Thanks to you both. Story and Wood were the two I’m looking at the hardest… Story seems like the worst value, but having to roster 4 MI in an NL only is tough!

        • Grey

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          I hear ya

  17. Petey Petroleum says:
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    Quick question. I went to your subscription page and was curious about cost but I find the layout very confusing. Can you please either explain what it is, what we get and cost? Sorry maybe it’s just me.

  18. FrankGrimes says:
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    Noooooo Malammore noooooo.

  19. Test Kitchen says:
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    Grey (and others),

    10 team league, 5×5 with AVG and OPS. It’s also weekly, so streaming is kinda out.

    I traded away several of this years draft picks to win the championship last year, so I am in a bit of a hole so far mid-way through my slow-draft. Currently I have:

    C-
    1b-Goldy
    2b-Jose Ramirez
    3b-Arenado
    SS-Lindor
    MI-Story
    CI-Rendon
    OF-JD
    OF-Puig
    OF-
    OF-
    DH-Cruz

    SP-Sale
    SP-Verlander
    SP-
    SP-
    RP-Iglesias
    RP-Hand
    RP-

    …plus some bench spots to fill.

    We are at pick 155 overall currently.

    Where do you recommend I focus my efforts? I was hoping for Margot or Zimmer but they both just went. I could go with DeShizznit. Other bats available are Mancini, Braun, Inciarte, Eaton

    I also need pitching. Right now best available is Wood/Wacha and then Gausman/Morton/Pomeranz.

    Would you go with a guy like DeShields, a different bat, or focus on SP?

    Thanks

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      @Test Kitchen: I would take Alex Wood. Your hitting is ludicrous.

      • Test Kitchen says:
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        @Grey: I lied, Wood is gone now. Wacha or Gausman then?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Wacha

          • Test Kitchen says:
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            @Grey: Thanks. Think I can wait much longer before taking DeShields? Maybe take another SP and then Deshields? Or other way around?

            • Grey

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              I think you can take an SP first, but depends who else is available

  20. Zeus says:
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    Reds injuries lead me to bump up the live child created when Mr Drummond allowed an Arab sheik to stay on Park Avenue and impregnate his house keeper. Ladies and Gentlemen. Amir Garrett

  21. DonnieB says:
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    in a 12 team roto keeper Auction, my keepers thus far are:
    Jose Abreu. $25
    J. Segura. 10
    N. Castellanos. 3
    L. Severino. 10
    Aaron Nola. 4
    A. Chapman. 15
    I can keep 8 players. The other contenders:
    Edwin Diaz. $10
    Manny Margot. 10
    Tim Anderson. 10
    K. Gausman. 7
    Mike Zunino. 10
    Luke Weaver. 10
    Which two of those six would you select? I also have Machado and Springer at $56 and $49 respectively—which is about what they will go for. It is a $300 budget league not a $260. Thanks for all your help.

  22. Luvdarooks says:
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    13 teams 5×5 OBP
    300 salary per team
    2 keepers
    WHICH TWo DO I KEEP? Thx
    E. Thames-$18
    J. Baez-23
    J. Bour-15
    A. Bennintendi-32
    R. Iglesias-15

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Luvdarooks: These aren’t great… Benintendi, Raisel

  23. slimbo says:
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    what side do you like in a dynasty?

    blowfarts bogaerts or nola

    • Inquiring Mind says:
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      @slimbo: Nola

  24. Shifty says:
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    Paul
    MARCH 12, 2018REPLY
    Could you help me out with a keeper question? I’m in a 12 team H2H $260 budget league with OBP and slugging instead of average and penalties for strikeouts. A lot of the heavy hitters (Correa, turner, Judge, Stanton, Altuve, Blackmon, Arenado) are being kept which has me leaning towards keeping Kris Bryant for $35. That leaves me with two more options:

    Yu Darvish $19
    Khris Davis $17
    Carlos Carrasco $25
    Yasiel Puig $6
    Jose Berrios $7

    My heart is leaning Darvish and Puig for the prices but I’m conflicted with Darvish this year and like Carrasco better. Davis also finished as the 28th hitter last year in those settings and I’m just completely at odds with who to keep. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!

    • Justin says:
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      @Shifty:

      Yu & Puig

  25. Inquiring Mind says:
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    Looking for some keeper advice…

    Longstanding Yahoo keeper league. Unfortunately, over the years, we have dropped to only 8 teams. 6×6 adding walks and Holds. Also use QS instead of Wins.

    C, 1, 2, 3, ss, 3 OF, 2 Util, 3 SP, 2 RP, 4 P. Daily transactions and roster moves.

    Need to keep 5 of these as the first 5 rounds of our draft (mandatory 5):

    Trout, Blackmon, Just Dong, Rizzo (with 2B), Machado, Dozier, Kershaw, Thor, Severino

    In addition, can also keep up to 5 of the following (if multiple last round eligible, they simply move down a round)(not mandatory):

    Bellinger (last round), Devers (last round), Hoskins (last round), Lindor (20 of 26 rounds), Edwin Diaz (21 of 26 round), Luke Weaver (last round), Alex Reyes (last round) Betances (10 of 26)

    Currently leaning/pretty set on:
    Trout, Kershaw, Blackmon
    Bellinger, Devers, Hoskins, Lindor

    Thoughts on Machado/Rizzo/Thor/JD for the other 2 mandatory?
    Last one for the rookie/team builders?

    Thanks, and sorry for the long post, but your comments are appreciated.

  26. MakeLoveLikeWar says:
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    What are your thoughts on this draft strategy? 5×5, 14-team, H2H categories, daily roster changes, 9 hitter, 7 pitcher, 5 bench slots.

    Draft hitters 1-7 to fill 1B through OF then take 11 pitchers in the remaining 14 rounds (non-pitchers in those rounds will be a UTIL, catcher and bench bat). Aiming for 8 starters plus Bradley, Robertson, and Harder.

    • Cram It says:
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      @MakeLoveLikeWar: Sounds nonsensical to REALLY stick to that. You’re in round 6 and planning to draft Odor, but Robbie Ray is there, you’re gonna pass up an ace to “fill” 2B?