Without copping to being a rocket surgeon or just someone with an abnormally-sized brain, Kevin Gausman jumped off the page to me as the very first pitching sleeper, and a guy I want in every league. Always a good sign is me seeing someone’s stats, and scratching my head why they’re not being drafted higher. There’s not one thing I can find for Kevin Gausman that makes him less than an ideal sleeper. The only thing I can think of that is scaring people off, and this feels like a stretch, but maybe his 5.72 ERA from 2019. I don’t know, I’m merely guessing. People are smarter than that, though. I mean, not all people, obviously, but if you’re playing fantasy baseball, you know better than to look at ERA from a guy who bounced between the ‘pen and rotation eighteen months ago, right? I mean, I mean, I MEAN! We’re not talking about the general public here. The people who care are guys and five girls who are such fans of baseball they’re playing fantasy baseball so they most know better, right? No? Okay. Last year, Kevin Gausman’s surface area numbers are gorgeous, and make me engorged. 11.9 K/9, 2.4 BB/9, and 3.06 xFIP in 59 2/3 IP. You can put those numbers next to any pitcher in the game and you’d be hard-pressed to figure out which one is Kevin Gausman and which one is, say, Gerrit Cole. Yes, I said Gerrit Cole. Allow me to explain with Cole’s numbers:  11.6 K/9, 2.1 BB/9, and 3.38 xFIP. Such a new schooler that you spell it nu skool? Gausman had a 3.24 SIERA and Cole’s was 3.21. Trying to figure out why Gerrit Cole is being drafted in the top 5 overall in some leagues and Gausman’s going around 160? Effin’ A, me too. So, what can we expect from Kevin Gausman for 2021 fantasy baseball and what makes him a sleeper?

There was so much beauty to behold on Kevin Gausman I fainted midway through this post, had Cougs put smelling salts to my nose, and continued on. That’s not to point out something I’m bragging about. Au contraire! I’m asking you to brace yourself, or place some throw pillows where you might fall to the floor. Kevin Gausman’s SwStr% was top 7 with 15.2%, about the same as Luis Castillo and, you guessed it, Gerrit Cole. Above him (and them) was deGrom, Giolito, Maeda and Bieber. Below Gausman was Scherzer, Yu and, well, everyone else, but some huge names. From the top seven in Swinging Strike rate, Gausman had the best Zone% by far. Let me give that to you again but with some common language put in. He was a top seven guy in the majors for getting guys to swing and miss at strikes, and he was the top guy from that group with hitting the strike zone. Does it get better? Not to answer, but to nod and ruminate, while sipping an espresso while your friends play bocce ball. Also, besides deGrom and Bieber, he had the lowest amount of contact made on pitches outside the strike zone. I.e., hitters have no chance. I’m not being hyperbolic, but I will bring out the douchey one word sentences. Hitters. Have. No. Chance.

Digging deeper, Gausman already had a 94 MPH fastball in 2019, but last year his velocity went up to 95.1 MPH. But honestly that’s gravy, and his turkey is so moist it doesn’t need it. He can get out any hitter with his splitter. Gausman’s splitter is 84 MPH, and just goes bye-bye when it gets to the plate. It had a .123 xBA, a .196 xSLG and a 45.7% whiff%. Average inches per break on a splitter is 1.4; Gausman’s average was 12.6. None of this is mentioning the bold-face obvious as shizz things in his favor: He’s not old; his home park is beautiful for pitching and he’s thrown 179 2/3 IP three times in his career already so innings shouldn’t be an issue. If you haven’t fainted yet, check your heart rate, because I bet you have fainted and you just haven’t even realized it. For 2021, I’ll give Kevin Gausman projections of 10-9/3.49/1.09/188 in 154 IP with a chance for more.

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Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

Grey,

Im in a 10 team dynasty/keeper/salary league. I received two offers from the same owner and wanted to find out from you if I should take one of these offers or walk away.

Trade 1: I give up Alex Bregman ($35), and Luke Voit ($27) and I get back Stephen Strasburg ($37), Andrew Benentendi ($30) and Luis Patino ($5).

Trade 2: I give up: Alex Bregman ($35),James Paxton ($34), Luke Voit ($27) and minor league prospect Matthew Liberatore and I get back Stephen Strasburg ($37), Andrew Benentendi ($30, Griffin Canning ($7) and minor league prospects Luis Patino ($5).

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

so walk away. Should I offer Paxton and bregman for stras and patino.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

ok so i will decline the offers

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

Grey,

would you trade Paxtono for one of these Outfielders: Rosario, JD, or Conforto?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

Paxton for in order of preference JD, Rosario, conforto

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

I offered Paxton and Liberatore for JD and Patino

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

said no to any deal involving Paxton

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

he wants to do this.

He trades me JD for Paxton and Liberaatore

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

what are you thoughts on this trade offer:

I give up: Paxton ($34), Cristin Javier ($5) and minor league prospect Shane McClanahan
I get: JD Martinez ($39), Lance McCullers ($27), a minor league prospect (either P Chris Rodriguez (LAA), Joey Wentz (DET) or Jared Shuster (ATL)) and some cash . what do you think?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

which prospect should I ask for

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

ok this is the deal

I give up: Paxton ($34), Cristin Javier ($5) and minor league prospect Matthew Liberatore

I get: JD Martinez ($39), Lance McCullers ($27), a minor league prospect Joey Wentz (DET) and $14 cash in cover part of the difference in salaries. what do you think?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

which is the worse prospect: McClanahan and Liberatore

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

or should I say which prospect would you rather keep? The other one goes in the trade

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

unfortunately he wants liberatire

Brian
Brian
1 year ago

I was offered George Springer and Sixto Sanchez for Mookie in my OBP dynasty league. I still say no to this, right?

Saint
Saint
1 year ago

Hello Grey,

12 Team H2H 6×6 OPS QS Redraft Daily

Gausman, Framber, Bundy, Plesac, I. Anderson, Mahle

Please choose 3 and in what order.

Thanks in advance for your feedback

William Hung
William Hung
1 year ago

How did David Dahl get signed so quickly, but Eddie Rosario is still out there? Odd fit for sure, but if the Mets don’t get Springer, I wouldn’t mind Rosario – even if that means they’d have 1 more corner OF

Jim
Jim
1 year ago

Morning… New to the site
Im in a 12 team 55 man roster Strat o matic league that’s in year 40.
Rookies must have 10 AB or 10 innings pitched in the bigs to be drafted, so for example Pache is not available, less than 10 AB.
Ive got 4 first round picks in an upcoming draft and don’t want to botch it up. Im rebuilding, so future value is more important than present value.
got picks 2,3,9 and 11
Roberts is going to go first, then I’m up for 2.
KeBryan Hayes is a probable, but at 3, Im torn between Bohm and Anderson/Sixto.
I forsee the first round going like this…
Roberts
Ke Brayn
Bohm
Anderson
Sixto
Addel
D Williams
Karinchak
D Carlson
V Gonzalez
Madrigal
Mize
potential break in’s being Skooby, Pearson, Patino, Tristan McKenzie, Dalbec
I at the moment forsee myself getting KeBrayn, Bohm, Carlson and Madrigal. the stud relievers are going to contenders this year.
Am I thinking right, or should I consider a different path?
its a keeper league, so future OPS for batters and WHIP/OPS for pitchers is huge on strat cards which is retro…we will be playing the 2020 set come February. defense matters as its a replay format.
your thoughts?

Jim
Jim
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

Thanks very close to what I was thinking, glad to hear your agreement. I can probably have Mckenzie at 11, but Sixto will cost me either Bohm or Kebryan. is sixto worth that?
im thinking Bohm ends up at 1st or the outfield, which is fine with me . have Riley as well, hoping for a breakout.
you like McKenzie over Mize or Scooby then?
Love your insights!

Joe
Joe
1 year ago

Gray! happy new year good sir.

12 team dynasty league keep 45, draft 5, 15 N/A minimum and 7×7 pick a side please.

team a:
gavin lux
anthony rendon
edwin diaz

team b:
walker buehler
jorge soler
luis urias

Will
Will
1 year ago

Dammit Grey, another sleeper pick I wanted to be available but now the cat’s outta the bag. Looking at his numbers something really seems to have changed for Gausman in 2019/2020. Big jump in strikeout rate, velo up as you said, walks well controlled. Maybe he’s one of those guys it just took awhile for him to figure it all out. I’ll be drafting him if he’s around at #140 or so.

Smitty
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

Charlie has a little left in the tank – truly think he will have a banner year for the Braves. Actually thought I might see him in one of these posts – ha

Smitty
1 year ago

FB certainly had a little more giddy up, regularly sat 95-97 and with that dirty split/change he was double tough. Went with pick #94 in early DC to Knoche, like him especially in SF. Some good College FB games coming up, Happy New Year!

DonnieB
DonnieB
1 year ago

Franmil or Santander? Thanks.

DonnieB
DonnieB
Reply to  DonnieB
1 year ago

Or Soler?

Norman Ginsberg
Norman Ginsberg
1 year ago

I still have trouble understanding why SF offered him the FA max offer. IMO, He’s so meh 10-9 is the high end for his 2020 projection.

When do you plan to start your 2020 500 predictions (mid-Jan?) and complete them (early Feb).

goodfold2
goodfold2
1 year ago

profar has no job now with that asian 2B KBO superstar (over there) at 2B signed today. only thing i could come up with is adjusting last year’s OPS rater numbers and holds for pitchers on those bid guys who are due shortly. i adjusted the rater’s prices (at 260 budget) to my 115 budget.
– tapia (appears to be leading off at COL for now, rater didn’t like him preseason though from playing time stuff, and he comes out low at .7 even on a per game basis, obv should be higher than that)
– springer (12.61, he’ll be at least 19 per year)
– jd mart (16.18, seems too pricey from last year on that number though)
– stanton (16.37 he might actually cost right in this range in bids)
– gallo (5.89, crazy if he went this cheap though)
– mostsuckass (9.91, this seems accurate)
– profar (popped a complete negative, rater always hates him now he has no job, could bid 1 mil exactly and probably lose, but if he doesn’t play i could cut at no penalty if i won)
– dejong (3.67 he simply will cost more than this though)
– grichuk (2.61, he’ll cost more than that, and i even used his per game numbers, rater appears to have assumed some amount of platooning or injuries)

pitchers:
– wheeler (5.17, after last year he’ll cost much closer to say 17-23 range)
– bauer (6.72)
– corbin (10.22, obv he’s now lesser than wheeler/bauer)
– heaney (6.9)
– hand (we think he gets closer or just set up, the price would markedly vary on who’s bidding which they think will happen, 5.57 (and that number was when he was closing))
– c.green (2.92, he’ll i know be closer to 7-11 range, min, the elite ratio RP go for that)
– jo-mont (in the low negatives, simply don’t trust rater on rookie pitchers or near rookie pitchers with health issues, he’ll cost probably at least 8 per)

at the prices these guys will go for and since i need pitching much more (OF least) i’ll probably only try to win one SP and if bidding on green/hand one of them too. green/hand as elite ratio RP’s will almost certainly be matched by any legitimate bid i’d make (if somebody goes crazy and bids hand up to like 16 it might not be matched though)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
1 year ago

i’m not up to speed on shit yet, read in the hoskins blurb today about his elbow healing timeframe (i didn’t even remember him having that), it mentioned that MLB not likely to start in april; what is the right now expected timeframe? i’m having to recatch up in both hockey and baseball at same time (this has never happened, usually it’s football get reup’d august into sept, then in a month hockey starts, then by january for this super deep league super deep prospect stuff then months more baseball cramming till march etc), farther ahead on hockey at this point.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
1 year ago

i’m seeing it now, league wants to force vaccinations (likely so they can get more fans in seats and/or pay players less in total, obv more money coming in, less going out), MLBPA likely doesn’t or doesn’t mind that but wants to start on time to get all their 162 game money and obv vaccinations might take months, so i’m seeing possibly projected may start time (but we all remember last year hearing “projected start times” to only miss like a month, then 2 then…..)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

ok, yeah, bauer ahead of wheeler, the rest is order i had already. i’m setting the tier so i can’t win more than 2 of them at most (was thinking 1, but i doubt i win 2 anyway), many other SP will be available in FA spread out into 5 weeks in feb-march, here are some:
bassit hound, wainwrong, manaea, boyd, clevinger, hauser, gibson, fiers, morton, bumgarner, r.hill, lots of others. morton/clevinger clearly the top range similarish to these here.

plus to win any of bauer/wheeler/heaney for sure more than 12 mil per year (meaning 2 or more years) is needed.

– MLBPA seemingly still sticking to the “we’ll play the most possible games” but of course that isn’t entirely up to them if MLB doesn’t go with it.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

absolutely why that hasn’t been ruled a yes or no yet (the DH in NL or not in 2021), to use it as leverage. makes no sense otherwise. players will, like last time, agree with some amount of games rather than none of course.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
1 year ago

i’m hoping to get at least one of those SP for 12-14 per year (has to be 2 years if doing that size, anything over 12 does)
i looked up their last contract prices:
wheeler: 8.1
bauer: 13
corbin: 4 (this was made a long time ago for that price, 3-4 years probably)
heaney: 10.5
moose: 18.65 (i remember trying to get him for maybe 14 max or so)
springer: 16 (moose only more since he was a top of his position left in FA price, shouldn’t have been higher than springer)
hand: 6.75 (this given likely before he was a closer though)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

winning bids posted, teams have till tomorrow to match. here is some of what occurred: (notice some of these i didn’t mention before, it’s since i knew they’d be crazy a lot and term too)
– stanton (20, 2, about what i figured)
– rizzo (20, 2)
– realmuto (25,3)
– jd mart (15.26, 2, this one was right where i’d thought, i wasn’t willing to go here though)
– mancini (15, 2, who’s career is by no means sure to continue)
– dejong (7, 6, this price is believable and only slightly more than i’d go on price)
– k.bryant (18.25, 6, crazy too much, dude shows no signs his shoulder ever got fixed from what 4 years ago now)
– son of donald (7.3, 1, this actually fair price, thought i’d be much more)
– moncada (21.21, 2)
– gallo (22.77, 3)
– mostsuckass (14, 2, i went around 12ish)
– springer (18.25, i went high 16’s)
– thor (23.65, 2, ok)
– bauer (27.5, 2)
– wheeler (15,2, i was close here)
– corbin (16.1, 2 more than double what i bid)
– j-mont (15.096, 2)
– hand (6.5, 2, i wasn’t far off here)
i won heaney (12.2, 2) and c.green (4.6,1, which will def be matched)
and have to either match e.rosario at 14.67 for 4 years (have to pay half of remaining if cut) or get a comp 1st round pick (somewhere in the 31st-38th or so overall range, i already have 6th in all 6 rounds). the 14.67 per year is fine, but 4 years gives me pause.

other hitters that can be bid on (and i’m likely right now to have some of the most money remaining to use):
n.cruz, mcclutchin, cactus jesus, votto, pillar, sano, cano, belt, gross… man, la STELLA!, ahmed, E5, longo, nimmo, moreland, c.hernandez, c-dick, schoop, wong, kraken, berti, upton, goodrum, e-gonz, margot so there are options. la stella is just better than dejong in OPS anyway (that’s just one example, cactus jesus vs mostsuckass is close etc, schoop/wong have value)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

barely bid less than winning on mostsuckass and wheeler, heaney got matched anyway, most of these do get matched unless they are nuts offers (bryant’s somehow got matched). would you match the 4 years on rosario? donaldson i bid slightly less too, he was in a tier of guys that if i got one of the other hitters i wanted to make sure i didn’t pay much on him.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
1 year ago

the bauer near 30 wasn’t matched, at first the thor 23 and change was, but that guy changed his mind. from a bidding error my 4.6 didn’t win c.green, somebody’s 5 did (and was matched). i’d get pick 36 overall if not keeping rosario (5 others weren’t matched that were large enough to get at least a 1st, and all those higher money than rosario’s, so i’d be 5th in the comp order)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

yeah j-mont being almost as much as wheeler is nuts too.

Hernan
Hernan
1 year ago

Happy New Year!!!, Gausman is interesting, maybe next in line of solid, not great pitchers that discover something later in their career, perform close to ace status…, Charlie Morton, lance Lynn come to mind in that regard…., my only worries with him is , he seems to rely way too much on 2 pitches, 4 seamer/splitter.., both generate great whif rates, but his 4 seamer gets hit hard consistently., plus how this 2 pitch tendency affect the performance from 12 starts, to lets say 30…, we’ll see.., there’s a handful of pitchers that rely on 2 pitches , similar to him, Glasnow, Lamet, come to mind…, Spring Training 2021 will be soo interesting in regards to these pitchers, like who’s working on third pitch, etc…, Cheers!!!!!

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

archer of course is the ugly side of that. many examples of what grey’s saying being a non negative though.

The Harrow
The Harrow
1 year ago

of course being:
1. crazy amounts of leagues
2. crazy deep leagues
3. following here

i had gausman in basically every league last year, and at least once most other years. it was only about how late to wait or not last year. l.lynn last year too. basically everywhere, in deep as the ace or at worst 2nd SP off the board for me in deeps.

The Harrow
The Harrow
Reply to  The Harrow
1 year ago

one could of course bitch about owning him (at least once) in all those leagues prior to last year but that’s just sillyness, esp when it finally works out big time (lately is important in people too, recency bias is just insanely strong with humans)

LenFuego
LenFuego
1 year ago

If you want to get even more engorged about Gausman, take a look at the teams and parks he faced in 2020:

the world champion Dodgers 3 times, twice on the road (2nd in OPS),
the Padres 2 times (4th),
the Rockies at Coors 2 times and once at home (18th)
the Angels once (12th),
the A’ 2 times (17th), and
the Diamondbacks once (22nd).

So of his 12 starts, he had five against top 4 offenses and two in Coors, and only one against a bottom 12 offense (Arizona, not that horrible at 22nd). I doubt you will find too many pitchers who had a rougher slate than that last year.

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
1 year ago

Not Gausman again. Regression faires have their eyes on this guy. They’ll be coming for him in 2021. Nothing about him impresses me.

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

He’s burned me one to many times for me to give him another chance.

Crime Dog
Crime Dog
1 year ago

Love this write up. Sounds like a top 15 starter.

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 year ago

20 Team dynasty…5×5 someone dropped Ross Stripling…my position players are stacked but my pitching is thin… do you think he could be productive again? My top 5 pitchers are Canning-Ed-Rod-Stroman-Houck…I have a ton of prospects but need a bridge until they arrive…thank you!!

Jimmy
Jimmy
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

Thanks for responding! Happy New a year!!!

Charlie
Charlie
1 year ago

Happy New Year Grey!! Happy New Year everyone!!

May everyone’s 2021 be as amazing, insightful, and wonderful as Grey’s fantasy baseball content!! Here’s to a wonderful 2021, and a fantasy baseball championship to all of you, except if you play in my league. If you play in my league I hope you finish in second lol.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

Happy New Year Grey, my friend.

My league is a team 10 team dynasty keeper/salary league. I have a problem. I need help in my outfield.

I have Bellinger ($29), Brantley ($30), Castellanos ($35) Margot ($5), Robert ($5), Senzel ($6), Slater ($5). I have Bregman ($35), HAyes ($5) and Ramirez ($53).

The team i am talking trade with has:
OF J.P. Crawford (SEA) $5.00
OF Andrew Benintendi (BOS) $30.00
OF Michael Conforto (NYM) $26.00
OF David Dahl (TEX) $26.00
OF Austin Hays (BAL) $5.00
OF J.D. Martinez (BOS) $39.00
OF Austin Meadows (TB) $22.00
OF Gregory Polanco (PIT) $6.00
OF *Yasiel Puig () $10.00
OF *Eddie Rosario () $18.00
OF Raimel Tapia (COL) $6.00

He is willing to offer me an OF plus Luis Patino in exchange for Bregman. Is there an OF i should ask for with Patino for Bregman, or should I walk away?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

then some offered me Blake Snell and minor leaguer Matt Manning for Luis Robert. As much as would love having Snell i cant do that.Am I wrong?

So u think either Meadows or Conforto and Patino for Bregman is fair?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

I have a chance to get Elooy Jimenez, but he wants 3 top minor leaguers. Which 3 should I offer to get him?

C Dillon Dingler (DET)
C Adler Rutschman (BAL)
C Tyler Soderstrom (OAK)
1B Andrew Vaughn (CWS)
1B Logan Wyatt (SF)
2B Josh Smith (NYY)
3B Kody Hoese (LAD)
SS CJ Abrams (SD)
SS/2B Jacob Amaya (LAD)
SS Dauri Lorenzo (HOU)
SS/3B/OF Ryan Vilade (COL)
SS Masyn Winn (STL)
SS Bobby Witt, Jr. (KC)
SS Nick Yorke (BOS)
OF Jo Adell (LAA)
OF Brayan Buelvas (OAK)
OF Corbin Carroll (ARI)
OF Evan Carter (TEX)
OF Tyler Gentry (KC)
OF Heliot Ramos (SF)
OF Julio Rodriguez (SEA)
OF Drew Waters (ATL)
SP/RHP Mick Abel (PHI)
SP/LHP Braxton Garrett (MIA)
SP/RHP Yoendrys Gomez (NYY)
SP/LHP MacKenzie Gore (SD)
SP/RHP Hunter Greene (CIN)
SP/RHP Ethan Hankins (CLE)
SP/RHP Ben Hernandez (KC)
SP/RHP Landon Knack (LAD)
SP/RHP Justin Lange (SD)
SP/LHP Matthew Liberatore (STL)
SP,RP/LHP Shane McClanahan (TB)
SP/RHP Max Meyer (MIA)
SP/RHP Alexander Vizcaino (NYY)

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

he asked for Rutschman, J-Rod and Bobby Witt Jr.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
1 year ago

is there a package of minor leaguers I can offer for him

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

what can and should i offer from that list

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
1 year ago

Somebody is also willing to trade me Ryan Braun for one of my minor league SS:

SS/2B Jacob Amaya (LAD)
SS Dauri Lorenzo (HOU)
SS/3B/OF Ryan Vilade (COL)
SS Masyn Winn (STL)
SS Nick Yorke (BOS)

Big Ticket
Big Ticket
1 year ago

Sheesh, this is great. Happy New Year Grey!! What are the ditches Gaus is most likely to fall into? The outlook almost seems too rosie…

Mr Crab
Mr Crab
1 year ago

Happy New Year Gray !!
Great sleeper post that made me doubt of which of the following three pitchers should I have as keeper: Glasnow, Lamet or Gausman (I’m leaning towards Lamet if he’s fully recovered from his shoulder).

Looking forward to a somewhat normal 2021 and keep yourself healthy ?

Not the real Hubie Brooks
Not the real Hubie Brooks
1 year ago

Happy New Year, January Grey! Who would you rather have for 2021/the next couple years and how close is it? Eloy or Kyle Tucker?

Sweatpants Nation
Sweatpants Nation
1 year ago

January Grey. We made it!
All over Gausman where he’s at. Sleeper pitchers are the gold standard of Razzball.

florida jack
florida jack
1 year ago

happy new year