It’s a good time to be a twin! No, not just if you’re a mother on Mom’s day because you got twice the bragging rights. The Minnesota Twins look unstoppable right now posting their third shut out in the past four games including Jake Odorizzi‘s gem Friday night as he extended his scoreless streak to 20 (! ! !) innings. It’s his third start in a row without allowing a run and he’s given up just seven hits in that stretch. The former Ray pitched seven shut out innings against the Tigers, allowed just one hit (a double to Christin Stewart in the first inning) and struck out five, walking none to earn his fifth win. Jake was hammering the strike zone, throwing 66 of his 95 pitches for strikes and lowering his ratios to a gorgeous 2.32 ERA and 0.94 WHIP. That ERA’s good enough for 3rd in the AL, folks. And let us not forget that 43/15 K/BB is making me real happy happy. Dude is hotter than Hunter Johanssen’s twin sister (that’s Scarlett) which is pretty darn hot you guys! If we look at some next level stats, the 0.42 HR/9 is obviously not sustainable, and the 24.8 GB% is suspect. The 2.84 FIP and 4.49 xFIP suggest there is regression coming in the form of some home runs balls but all the stats that matter (9.07 K/9, 17% K/BB, .221 BABIP) show he’s still trending in the right direction. Jake gets the Angels next week and he needs to be owned everywhere, at least while all the Minnesota Moms are showering their Twins with love and Odorizzi is making it look Odoreasy.

Here’s what else I saw Friday night in fantasy baseball:

Mitch Garver – 1-for-1, HR (8), 2 RBI. 3 BBs. He was a BUY! And he’s a catcher! It must be your lucky day guys and five girl readers (hi mom, happy moms day). He’s got three homers and batting close to .600 in the past week. I bet that’s better than your catcher, whoever that is. See! You don’t even know.

Andrew Benintendi – 3-for-5, HR (5). We call that a Benny Bomb. *Mimes hair flip, realizes he no longer has long hair, gets whiplash* His second straight game with a home run. Must have been the Red Socks White House visit that got him all HYPE. Benny def a Trump guy, right? Whatever gets me stats, I guess.

Rafael Devers – 3-for-5, HR (2), 4 RBI. Baby Papi opted out of the White House visit like every non-White player on the team but he’s still hitting close to .400 with 5 RBI over the past week. We have yet to really see the raw power we were promised from Devers, but these LatinX players tend to heat up with the weather. Is that racist?

Mitch Moreland – 2-for-3, HR (11), 4 RBI. Another BUY! Last week I said the Sawx were primed for a very strong May. They scored 14 runs on 15 hits Friday night and are over .500 for the first time all year. Must have been the fast food they served at the White House. I’m told it gives teams the runs.

Eduardo Rodriguez – 7.0 IP, 5 hits, 0 ER, BB, 5 K, 4th win. We advised you to stick with Ed-Rod despite his 4.53 ERA and 1.40 WHIP looking less than ideal. He’s now pitched quality starts in 3 of his last 4 games. Cora says it’s because they banned Fortnite. Ed-Rod says Apex is better anyway.

Shed Long –  Called up to fill in for Dee Gordon while he’s nursing an injury. Shed doesn’t have much appeal outside of his cool (?) name but he posted a .276/.350/.504 line with five homers and 21 RBI at AAA and has some speed. I am interested in seeing how much play he gets, but more interested in who would actually name their child Shed.

Trevor Williams – 7.0 IP, 9 hits, ER, BB, 5 K, 2nd win. After a two start stint visiting with the Regression Fairies Trevor found solace in St Louis where no fairy dare tread. Despite his last two rough starts, Williams has pitched at least six innings in every start this year and I could see streaming him in Zona next week.

Adam Wainwright – 7.0 IP, 5 hits, ER, 0 BB, 8 K. Probably his best start of the year against one of MLB’s worst offenses. If that doesn’t sound like a ringing endorsement it’s because it’s not.

Adalberto Mondesi – 1-for-3, 2 SB (12). Now leads the AL in steals! I remember how much fun it was owning you last year and I remember thinking how important it was that I remembered to draft you this year. I remember getting ready to pick you just as you were drafted two picks before me in the third round. I remember these things and I cry.

Alex Gordon – 2-for-3, 2 HR (8). There would be too many “post-post-post”‘s for the sleeper hype that would involve me picking up Gordon, but if you are reading my 2012 sleeper posts tell my past self I said hello.

Jorge Soler – 1-for-2, HR (10). BUY. Now here’s some power me and Bernie can get behind. SOLER POWER! Think about that as I sip on my organic fair-trade beverage through my re-usable silicon straw. I have to drink it quick or my biodegradable paper cup will dissolve.

Justin Verlander – 7.0 IP, 1 hit, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, 6th win. It was a good day for starting pitchers Friday. It’s always a good day for Justin Verlander though, who gets to go home to Kate Upton. Happy Mom’s day, Kate. If you were my mom I’d–hmm, yeah I better not finish that thought.

Jake Marisnick – 2-for-3, HR (3). Now that Reddick is cooling down, Marisnick takes his place as the hot Astro to own for this week.

Jose Altuve – 1-for-1. Left the game in the first with left hammy discomfort. He is day-to-day and clearly doesn’t care that I just need one steal from him to win my H2H week. It’s not happening is it, Jose?

Lance Lynn – 7.0 IP, 6 hits, 3 ER, BB, 8 K. Not too shabby @ Houston. If you started him here you are madder than future Queen Daenerys, but Lynn-y delivered, allowing (only) 3 home runs. He gets a nice start at Kansas City next week. Pick him up if you hate yourself.

Austin Meadows – 2-for-4, HR (7), 2 RBI. Activated from the DL if you missed Kevin’s memo and picked up right where he left off. Rays were really lacking some o-fence with Meadows on the shelf but they’ll be happy to see that .359/.432/.718  slash back in the line up. As will I!

Tyler Glasnow – 5.1 IP, 5 hits, 3 ER, 2 BB, 9 K, 1st loss. Left the game with forearm tightness, which is a big uh to the oh, especially for a guy with an injury history like his but Tyler seemed optimistic about it so we’ll have to wait and see. Fingies crossed!

Travis d’Arnaud – Traded to the Rays where he’ll fill in for the injured Mike Zunino. He didn’t hit a home run in five days with the Dodgers which is a deal breaker so LA shipped him to Tampa.

Domingo German – 5.0 IP, 5 hits, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 7th win. The seven wins leads the league! The Yankees can lose everything and still have everything. German is rocking a sparking 2.70 ERA and 44/14 K/BB which is better than every pitcher I own. If you’ll excuse me I see a cliff that needs walking off of.

Jeff McNeil – 2-for-3, HR (2). Jeff doesn’t offer much in the way of power or speed but this dude hits everything. He’s batting .435 in the past week and if the rest of the Mets can get their ish together McNeil could chip in the counting stats to make him worth owning everywhere.

Michael Conforto – 3-for-3, 3 runs, HR (7). Michael Conforto used to be the hipsters’ favorite player–but then he blew up. Drafted in the top 50. He shed the horn rimmed glasses and waxed mustache. All his home runs were no-longer fair trade organic and he “didn’t love” the new Wes Anderson movie.  Fans were hurt. He was too popular now for hipsters to continue enjoying ironically. Then his early 2019 success faded fast. Everyone is over Michael Conforto. They can’t even, you guys. But yesterday he went 3-for-3 with a dinger and is creeping back into counter culture. That’s right, now that he’s not cool anymore it’s time to like him again. Because now you’re liking something that was cool but isn’t cool anymore. And there’s nothing cooler than that!

Amed Rosario – 1-for-4, GS HR (3). A six game hitting hitting streak AND a grand salami!? He’s A-MED MAN!

Zack Wheeler – 7.0 IP, 2 ER, BB, 11 K, 3rd win. I almost gave up on Wheeler, but the 10+ strikeouts in three of his last four games got me all like “Sweet Sassy Molassy!” I don’t care what his ratios are if he’s got a 58/19 K/BB. Why don’t I own you anywhere? Will trade 0.50 WHIP for 9/2 K/BB. Any takers?

Tim Anderson – 2-for-4, HR (7). He was a SELL! And I can’t think of a more perfect opportunity.

Yoan Moncada – 1-for-3, run, 2 SB (4). Yo-An has provided some fairly solid fantasy value of the past few weeks while still remaining utterly frustrating to own. Sounds like 90% of the players on my teams.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. – 0-for-4. Jokes aside (because I never joke about top prospects, sorry Drake) this could be your last chance to buy Vlady before he sets the world on fire.

Gio Gonzalez – 5.2 IP, 2 hits, 0 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, 1st win. It’s hard to believe the Yankees couldn’t use Gio at least until they got a little healthier, but one team’s trash is another team’s Milwaukee starting pitcher. He’s rocking a 1.69 ERA, 0.94 WHIP through three starts. A match ups guy, for sure, but if he can get through his start in Philly unscathed next week I can see owning him all over.

Trevor Story – 3-for-5, 2 runs, HR (9), 2 RBI. It was a Coors Day for the Rox as Ian Desmond also went 3-for-5 and Colorado scored 12 runs on 17 hits. It’s good to be home.

Framil Reyes – 3-for-5, run. He was a BUY this week and he’s got two more days at Coors this weekend and he’s hitting .360 with two homers in the past week and he bats in front of Manny Machado and–wait, do you really need more? Pick him up!

German Marquez – 5.2 IP, 10 hits, 2 ER, 7 K, 4th win ERA at 3.43. This was the Gods asking Marquez, “What do we say to Coors?” And German going all Arya Stark on them saying “Not today.”

Zack Greinke – 7.0 IP, 5 hits, ER, 0 BB, 7 K. If we throw out his first start, he’s gone 6 or more innings in every start and hasn’t allowed more than 3 runs in any of them. He’s also got a 57/8 K/BB. Mmm. Zack sacrificed something he loved to Red Skull to obtain the Soul Stone on Vormir and now he’s pitching like he is. It’s really the only plausible explanation.

Julio Teheran – 6.0 IP, 3 hits, ER, 2 BB, 4 K. Teheran it up! That’s back-to-back queue ess’s from Julio against two of the league’s worst offenses. Something tells me he’s about to blow up and I’d rather it be on someone else’s team.

Frankie Montas – 6.0 IP, 8 hits, 2 ER, BB, 7 K. Frankie says ‘Relax, I got dis..’ and puts up ANOTHER QS. He’s faced some trash teams, but also some not-so-trash teams, and still has yet to allow more than 3 ER in a start (2.78 ERA). Methinks he can keep it going next week in Detroit because they are quite certainly a trash team. Would add.

Ronald Acuña Jr. – 1-for-4, HR (8). Go ahead homer in the 8th. That’s my Alt-164 hot key getting work in, son! ñññ! More games like this, Ronnie! Muchas gracias!

Luke Jackson – 1.0 IP, 2 K, SV (3). BUY. He’s the Braves closer. Minter was sent down or hurt or something I refuse to google. Tbqhwy (<–excellent acronym) Luke looked fairly shaky Friday night, and not because he was an astral projection, but saves are saves, yo.

Chris Davis – 2-for-3, HR (4), 2 RBI. That’s still three more homers than Miguel Cabrera. Who would you rather own? I choose death.

Trey Mancini – 1-for-4, HR (7). Trey is still upset about Jackie Bradley’s highway robbery Wednesday night. Seems legit.

Mike Trout – 2-for-4, HR (8), 3 RBI. Sleeper alert!

Cody Allen – 1.0 IP, BB, 2 K. Pitched a fairly clean ninth inning last night in a non-save situation. I could see him getting the next save chance. Sorry Robles!

Matt Chapman – 2-for-5, HR (10). 12th inning walk off home run off Brad Hand. The best Matt! In your face, Olson!

Joc Pederson – 2-for-5, 2 HR (12). Rock and Joc! Righties fear him. Lefties, ehh, have probably never heard of him.

Kenta Maeda – 6.0 IP, 1 hit, 0 ER, 2 BB, 6 K, 4th win. He’s been pretty inconsistent. But he has been consistently inconsistent. Good start. Bad start. Good start. Etc. If we follow this logic we’d be benching him next week in Cincinnati. If we follow the other Logic, you know he’s got a song with Will Smith on his new album. Either way someone is getting jiggy with it.

Nick Senzel – -2-for-5, 2 RBI. My Sixth Senzel is telling me that Joey Votto has been dead the whole time.

Stephen Vogt – 3-for-4. Sometimes. You just feel bad. And have to include a Giant.

Luis Castillo – 6.0 IP, 2 hits, 5 BB, 11 K. There are so many hot shot starters this year that I wanted to draft but I ended up not owning and I don’t know if that means that I lost my magic or just had a few bad drafts? Paddack, Glasnow, Wheeler, Castillo. All on my preseason must-drafts list and instead I ended up with Lucchesis, MchUGHs and Matzs everywhere. Why is this happening to me. Am I losing my mojo? Or just underestimating my competition. Wait! Maybe they’re reading this blog? That’s it people! We gotta pack this up. We’re shutting it down.

Thanks for reading! Questions? Problems? Complaints to management? Advice, small gifts or large bribes? Please leave it in the comments below. Join us next Saturday for another Friday recap as fantasy baseball continues next week, all week long!

  1. Chucky says:
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    Joc or Kepler in 12 team, 10 keep forever

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      Kepler

  2. Fungazi 2.0 says:
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    Couldn’t agree more with the Castillo note. How about some Pivetta, Yu and Taillon?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      ugh

  3. fausto

    fausto says:
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    musgrove in a 10 team stream the spot or hold?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      hold

  4. Impeach Manfred says:
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    Would you rather have Jorge Alfaro or Big MItch Garver in an OBP league?

    Also I suppose Glasnow’s IP limit question is solved for Tampa Bay.

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      i’ll take garver

  5. Tbone says:
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    Deal Ozuna and a Kike throw-in for Blackmon in a 12-team 5×5 weekly OBP league? Currently in first, dominating hr and rbi categories to date, but could use a bit of speed.

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      hold blackmon not your answer for speed i dont think

  6. Malicious Phenoms says:
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    Great blurbs, Mr Pants. Facts and stats and fun,fun fun.
    Your are a funny guy, just like Liotta says to Pesci in Goodfellas!!

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      like a clown funny? how am i funny?

      • Malicious Phenoms says:
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        Hahahahahahahaha, you really are a funny guy, I can hear Liotta’s laugh, hilarious! Hahahahahahahaha!

  7. Richard Whittier says:
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    I feel your pain. Mondesi, Bellinger and Springer all taken right before my pick.

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      oyyyy

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      oyy

  8. Dong Show says:
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    Have an intriguing dynasty offer but one I really don’t need.

    Devers for Glasnow

    I have both Moncada and Chapman long term at 3b and my pitching is better served long term keeping Glas, but always open to see what others in here think based around this scenario.

    Thoughts anyone?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      devers still only 22 and i like hitters better long term! but glasnow sounds like he fits your needs better. tough call!

  9. Justin says:
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    If you had to drop one who would it be out of Pederson, Braun, C.Frazier, A.Gordon?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      pederson

  10. Nightpandas says:
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    Moreland or Walker ? Seems like Christian tailing off

    Obp slg league that counts k’s

    • Nightpandas says:
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      Or Dietrich

      • Nightpandas says:
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        Or Ronny Roddy Piper

        • Dan Pants

          Dan Pants says:
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          moreland

  11. surfer dude says:
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    Hi Grey, 10 tm h2h pts for ROS:

    1) please drop one
    Dom Santanta , Dahl. K.Davis, Acuna

    2) Need to replace Glasnow at RP (IL is full)
    Jackson ATL, Givens BAL, Smith SF, Colome

    3) I have 1 IL space for either Glasnow or Clevinger, plus Musgrove isn’t in the grove, so which guy should I IL, and drop either/both of the other 2 for any of these SP?
    Odorizzi, E.Rodriguez, Eflin, Miley

    Thanks x2!!

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      1. santana 2. colome 3. glasnow

    • Tildaddy says:
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      My man Dan pants wrote this article! Another great read Pants!

      Is dropping Acuna a serious question? How is he in mix to drop ever but especially in a 10 teamer? I get notifications when crazy Acuna questions get asked…

      Tildaddy

      • Dan Pants

        Dan Pants says:
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        I just answered the q/q/q! I wouldn’t drop him!

        • surfer dude says:
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          Sorry Dan, saw your name just a mental slip.

          Thanks for the advise
          Just because Tildaddy asked, is it for this season only, those other guys aren’t exactly chopped liver, and so far at least (2 months in), with the exception of 1 week, Acuna has had averaged at least 10 pts/week less than the others.

          No questions are crazy, just covering all possibilities, I was basically ready to drop Santana, just nice to have some astute insight before hand.

          • Dan Pants

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            10 team h2h i’m assuming if you need to drop one of these guys you have a better option available. For the record these four should be owned in almost all leagues but the q/q/q was drop one. Redraft or dynasty I am dropping santana but I couldnt blame you for losing dahl instead. I just prefer dahl.

            • surfer dude says:
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              No better option, thing is, I was using Glasnow as my RP, with him going down for 4-6 wks (maybe more?), I feel it would handicap me too much by just leaving him in there and getting no pts out of that slot, so I need to add a RP, just named the guys I thought were the “weakest” based on results so far, other guys on my team:

              Freeman, H.Dozier, Conforto, Suarez, Baez, Senzel, Alonso, Segura with the 2 SP on IL, I have the bare minimum there so can’t drop any, not that I’d want to because I feel the SPs I have are strong.

              So still Dahl or Santana?

              Thanks!

              • surfer dude says:
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                Just to put it all totally out there ; ) In order of drops, which 2 SP would you lose if you had to?
                Castillo, Flaherty, Bieber, Archer (coming off IR), Marquez, Soroka, Thor – Thanks for taking the time!

                • Dan Pants

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                  Archer and Soroka if I had to drop 2

  12. Marty says:
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    Is Folty gonna be useful this year?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      Yes, eventually.

  13. Jaca says:
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    Can you rank these guys ROS? Yahoo 12 team roto 5×5(avg)

    Andujar, Tatis Jr, Soler, Franmil, Senzel

    Steals aren’t important I need counting stats

    Thank u D- Pants

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      tatis, senzel, andujar, franmil, solder

  14. big league choo says:
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    10 team dynasty 5×5 OBP

    Better MI pickup Simmons, or Ronny Rodriguez?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      simmons

  15. KrazyIvan says:
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    Would Corey Seager and Michael Chavis for Vladito be a good trade about now? Hoping to get Guerrero in a keeper H2H 12 team keeper league

    • Dan Pants

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      prob gonna have to do better than that

  16. Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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    Great recap!

    1. Luke Jackson over Alvarado or Braiser?

    2. Re: Vlad – for an $8 Vladito in a 12 team keep forever (annual inflation of $3) …in first but trying to trade some of my performing talent for him before he starts hitting. Would a $16 JDM or $35 Betts be offering too much for Vlad? Also have a $4 Matt chapman (though he’s someone that could be a very nice cheap long time keeper himself).

    • Dan Pants

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      1. Hold 2. I think JDM sounds about right, if its a keep forever, might being a little much, but i dont think chapman is enough

  17. johnnyhobbes says:
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    I’m in a pinch with some injuries. Glasnow to IL… Dear lord do me a solid and let that one just be temporary….

    I basically swapped Glasnow and Meadows. On the IL and roster.

    Looking to pick up a an rp eligible to fill in… Need to drop
    One or two….
    Lucchessi
    Yandy Diaz
    Brandon Lowe
    Michael Chavis

    • johnnyhobbes says:
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      Looking to pick up Zac gallen or luzardo now….. Also need an ro to hold.down Glasnow spot… (Points leagues) Diego Castillo trustworthy?

      • Dan Pants

        Dan Pants says:
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        Could lose diaz or lowe, like gallen over luzardo but mia, castillo worth an add but may or may not be closer

  18. TualatinTwoStep says:
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    Hey Dan,

    I have a rebuilding deep dynasty team, we start 5 OF and mine are not great. I’ve been offered my choice of Luis Robert or David Dahl for Thor, you like either of those deals long term for me?

    • Dan Pants

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      I think you can do a little better for thor

  19. LadyScorpio says:
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    Hi Dan,

    Good article. I feel your pain regarding your preseason MUST DRAFT list for SPs. However, I was fortunate enough to get MOST of the Hitters that were on my preseason draft list. The ONLY issue is…they’re NOT hitting!!! I DON’T KNOW what to do!!! I am in 8th place in my 10 team, roto, keeper league. Please advise on trades/adds/drops or anything else that you think I should do with my team. I purposely punted Ks and yet, I’m doing fine with my pitching. I also punted SBs, and I should be doing VERY WELL in the rest of the offensive categories, but I’m NOT!!! Please advise.

    My team…
    C – J. McCann
    1B – Rizzo
    2B – Murphy
    SS – Machado
    3B – Andujar
    CI – Voit
    MI – Schoop
    OF – Acuña, Dahl, Pederson & Trout
    U – McNeil & H. Dozier
    IL – Eloy & Tatis
    SP – Bassitt, Bieber, Boyd, Eickhoff, ERod, Soroka, & Weaver
    RP – Colomè, Neris, Pressly, Smith & Treinen
    NA – F. Whitley

    Please advise.

    Thanks,
    LadyScorpio

    P.S. I am a woman of color and I didn’t find your LatinX comment the least bit racist.

    • Dan Pants

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      I don’t think its ever a good idea to punt any categories, let alone multiple ones, but you’re team seems good, its probably more the other teams have played better to this point. Which categories are you trailing in? Your three top players: Trout, Machado, Acuna have been underwhelming. They will be better.

      • LadyScorpio says:
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        Hi Dan. Thank you for your reply. In the past, I’ve punted SBs and Ks and won leagues, and since I had success, I was just doing what’s worked for me. I didn’t go for speedsters because I have Acuña, Machado, Tatis and Trout, but they’re NOT stealing as I’d hoped. As for Ks, I didn’t draft any top starters, but I’m still getting wins and doing fine in the other pitching categories.

        But to answer your question, I am LAST in Runs, RBIs, SBs and Ks. I am VERY upset that I am lagging in Runs and RBIs especially with the hitters that I have!!!! The guy in 1st place has 78 more Runs than me and has 74 more RBI than me and it’s just mid-May!!!! Acuña, Eloy, Machado, Tatis and Trout will have to play their butts off to help me catch up!!! Please advise.

        • Dan Pants

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          Counting stats are one of the harder things to chase, its a marathon not a sprint, you got to have faith that Trout, Machado and Acuna will produce much more going forward, especially in the counting stats. Still plenty of time left to catch up. Play the hot bats! Be patient!

          • LadyScorpio says:
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            Thanks for all your feedback, Dan! I NEEDED to be reminded of THAT!!!

  20. Alex says:
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    Eickhoff or Montas?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      I’d own them depending on their match ups, and Montas has a better match up this week

  21. Another Dan says:
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    Hello Dan Pants,

    I’m trying to acquire Story in a trade even though I’m set at SS (Mondesi at 2b, Turner on IL, Escobar at short.) I need that power and speed combo. I’d plug him in at util.

    I’ve been proposed Garver, Story and Trevor Williams for Realmuto, Escobar and Clevinger.

    I plan on countering and swapping out Williams for either David Price or Eduardo Rodriquez. What would you advise? Clevy looks like he was taking that next step before his injury, and never having to worry about Realmuto is nice but he’s clearly underperforming so far. This is a 12 team redraft. Thanks a lot.

    • Malicious Phenoms says:
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      I’d take that trade as is, you are getting the best player in the deal, who cares about the rest, especially in a retract..

      MP

      • Malicious Phenoms says:
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        Gotta love (not) spell checker.
        retract = redraft

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      Sounds good, see if you can get edrod!

  22. Yager says:
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    I did snag Mondesi in my draft. That being said, I am getting a lot of trade interest. I need pitching, and have been offered Cole straight up. I am hesitant, is it enough for Mondesi?

    • Dan Pants

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      I’d want mondesi

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