Not quite done deal just yet, but it’s looking like Josh Hamilton is heading home on the Rangers, as the Angels have agreed to paid the majority of Hamilton’s giant contact in exchange for Hamilton agreeing to get the heck out of Dodge. The trade would certainly qualify as Woody’s rootin-est, tootin-est, roundup in the wild, wild west so far this season. The least cynical of all my multiple personalities would certainly like to believe if Josh Hamilton can get back on track anywhere, it’d be with the Rangers in Texas. Yee-haw, we’ve hog-tied us a Hamilton! As a Rangers fan, you’ve got to be happy with any news that doesn’t concern Adrian Beltre’s age, Yu Darvish’s injury, Prince Fielder’s weight, or Elvis Andrus’ suckiness. In five years with Texas, Josh Hamilton batted .305 with 142 home runs and over 500 RBI, including his 2010 MVP season where he hit 32 homers and bat .359 with a .633 SLG%. Well, howdy there, partner! However, Josh managed just 32 homers and a .255 AVG in two injury-riddled seasons with Anaheim. The LA air just wasn’t agreeing with him. It was the traffic wasn’t it? Yeah, well, you deal with it because the weather is perfect and the tacos are awesome. Currently on the shelf recovering from shoulder surgery, J-Hammies is due back sometime in June and is available in most leagues. I grabbed him in a few leagues where I had a DL spot to spare, and I’d suggest you do the same. Here’s to hoping he can recapture some of the thrill, the romance and the magic that those hot summer nights in Texas can bring to the bat.

Here’s what else happened in fantasy baseball Friday night:

CJ Cron – 3-for-4, run. Has Cron got it going on? With the possible Hamilton trade, CJ shouldn’t see any dip in playing time, and despite his slow start he’s starting to show signs of life again. I’m watching him like the season premiere of Game of Thrones–bootlegged and streaming on my iPod nano. If you squint hard enough you can still see bewbz.

Garrett Richards – 7.0 IP, 3 hits, 2 ER, 3 BB, 5 K and his first win. Y U no K no more? K more, Garrett! K?

Gerrit Cole – 7.2 IP, 7 hits, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K. I like to put the Garrits back-to-back to ensure I spell at least one of their names wrong. Now this is the Cole I drafted and stashed three months early two years ago. Welcome to my fantasy, GC. Remember I’m always watching you.

Yasmany Tomas – 1-for-3, SB. Grey told you to BUY, and yes, I’d pick him up! But I’m also a certified psychopath, just ask Dr. Reid! Mwahaha! That’s my evil laugh, I switched from gwah-has to mwah-has because I’ve found it makes people more uneasy.

James Loney – 2-for-5, HR (1), 2 RBI as he returned from the DL. I’ve always felt if you own Loney on your fantasy team you’ve given up. But, I’m starting to rethink this. Have you ever had crippling depression, you guyz? Sometimes you just need to be sad, and sometimes you just need a corner man. Loney should be good for average and should see plenty of playing time. Also, the Rays absolutely destroyed the Jays and scored 12 runs on 13 hits, so why don’t we just assume it was because of James Loney.

Devon Travis – 1-for-4, HR (5). Simply Devon! He’s 100% owned now. We did it!

Drew Smyly – 4.2 IP, 4 hits, 2 ER, 5 K. The Emoticon returned to drop a nice little winky faced ghost/knife/eggplant emoji on the Jays. The Rays played it safe (he threw just 79 pitches) with Smyly, but he looks like he’ll be a more than capable mixed league starter going forward.

Jordan Zimmermann – 6.0 IP, 2 ER, 4 K. There’s the Zimmermann we know and love!

Mat Latos – 6.1 IP, 6 hits, 2 ER, BB, 4 K. There’s the Latos we know and…well, you know.

Steve Cishek – 1.0, SV (1). People are dropping Steve because he’s pitched like Cishek so far. That’s just his way! Pick him back up, people, you’re drunk. *Fantasy Pro Tip* don’t drop closers that are closers.

Denard Span – 0-for-3, run, SB (1). I mention the Span-aconda because he’s owned in little over half of fantasy leagues and should be owned in all of them. You don’t have to be a rock scientist to figure that out. It’s igneous, ya’ll!

Dee Gordon – 3-for-4, SB (8). I must confess I was a Dee Gordon doubter. I never thought his value could match his draft position, but he’s proving me wrong. I hate when players do that.

Danny Salazar – 7.0 IP, 6 hits, ER, 3 BB, 11 K and his second win. *drools*  Darn, I really wish I didn’t drop you week one. He’s got a 21/5 K/BB rate in 13.0 IP. I would love him a lot more if I owned him anywhere. #peanutbutterandjealous

Shane Greene – 4.0 IP, 9 hits, 8 ER, 2 BB, K. The Regression Fairies finally paid Greene an overdue visit. The fairy told him, “Hey Listen! You can use the C arrows to change your view and Z to target!” But Shane was playing a hacked emulation of the game and his controls were all messed up. Oh well, he gets the Twinkies next week and I’d start with confidence.

Brandon Moss – 3-for-5, 2 HR (3), 7 RBI. The Injians had themselves a good ol’ fashioned, hometown, community pow-wow. Michael Brantley had 3 hits, and Jason Kipnis, Lonnie Chisenhall, Jose Ramirez and David Murphy all had two hits as the Injians scores 13 runs on 15 hits. A rolling Brandon Moss has got some serious stones.

Alex Wood – 5.2 IP, 5 hits, 0 ER, 2 BB, K. I’m sure Wood owners were hard as oak looking at this match up but Alex failed to really impress me. The 1.50 WHIP and low strikeout numbers are a bit disconcerting as well, not to mention a little yawnstipating. “Hmm, I bore of this… Guards, bring me Danny Salazar. I grow tired of this pedestrian pitching performance.” “Yes, m’lord!”

Aaron Harang – 8.0 IP, 2 hits, 0 ER, BB, 6 K. He’s got a 1.37 ERA, 0.80 WHIP and 21 K in four starts. If you observe the Harangutangs in their natural habitat you’ll notice they work very hard in April preparing for summer so they can just relax, scratch their butts and throw poo for the rest of the season.

David Ortiz – 2-for-5, 3-run HR (4). My niece sleeps with a plush Big Papi doll instead of a teddy bear. It’s cute and all, sure, but I think she’s developing an unhealthy attraction to Latin men. Especially for a four year old.

Hanley Ramirez – 2-for-5, HR (6). I can’t remember the last time Hanley started a season this hot. Oh wait, yes I can, I have an eidetic memory. In 2008, he finished April with a .333 AVG, 8 homers and 18 RBI in what was arguably his best major league season, and that was in a lineup where Jeremy Hermida bat third. Would you believe I didn’t look any of that up? Well believe this, if he stays healthy, it should fun owning HanRam this season.

Brock Holt – 2-for-4, 3-run go ahead HR (1) in the 8th. BROCK HOLT! With Victorino sidelined Brock Holt looks to be the main beneficiary and should continue to find at-bats in this line up. Holt doesn’t offer much outside of tenacity and the intangibles, but if that’s what your team needs (along with good average and runs) he’s worth a look.

Chris Davis – 1-for-3, HR (3). CHRIS THE DISH! Nobody calls him that!

Michel Pineda – 7.2 IP, 5 hits, ER, 7 K and moves to 3-0. So I missed the boat on Salazar, and Archer, and Odorizzi and Bauer, but I do own Pineda all over the place. So, if anyone is interested in trading let me know.

Jacob deGrom – 5.0 IP, 10 base runners, 6 ER, 2 K. In the first Subway series match up of the year, deGrom got stuck with the stale cookie.

Mark Teixeira – 2-for-4, 2 HR (7), 4 RBI. He’s owned in just over half of ESPN leagues. He’s got seven home runs. ZERO-SEVEN. Yes, you should own him.

Jacoby Ellsbury – 2-for-5, HR (1). Jac with the jack!

Carlos Martinez – 7.0 IP, 4 hits, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K and his second win. Grey told you to SELL, and what a perfect opportunity off such an encouraging start. If you do your best Don Draper impression and spin this one just right, you can probably land something pretty good in return for the former top prospect, along with finger banging the new secretary. Try not to smoke so much though, it’s really bad for you.

Jason Heyward – 1-for-5, HR (2). A lot of people are complaining that Heyward has been underwhelming, but I think the important thing to remember here is that he’s healthy and for Jason Heyward that’s a pretty good start.

Jhonny Peralta – 3-for-4, HR (2). The silent “h” stands for homer!

Chris Heston – 5.1 IP, 11 hits, 6 ER, BB. 4 K. I saw someone picking him up for this start and thought to myself, “Self, what do I not know about Chris Heston?” Apparently, I know everything I need to know.

Charlie Blackmon – 2-for-5, HR (2).  Uh-oh, I’m getting the Blackmon fever again! And no, that has nothing to do with the Taye Diggs poster on my bedroom wall.

DJ LeMahieu – 3-for-4, 2 RBI. Before the game, DJ handed out Molly in the clubhouse, threw his best five NOW That’s What I Call Music CDs into his five disc changer and he and the Rox started cranking out the hits–15 hits to be exact. Too bad none of them remember any of it.

Brandon Belt – 3-for-3, run, RBI. Giants know a little summin’ about the pop charts, and weren’t about to let Colorado have all the fun as they had 12 hits themselves. Coors Field is for everybody, people! Unless you’re a pitcher. Justin Maxwell was 2-for-3 with a 2-run HR (2) and is now 6-for-14 with 4 runs, 2 homers and 5 RBI in the past four games. He could be a nice play this weekend if your in need of an outfielder.

Carl Crawford – 2-for-4, HR (1). Crawford is definitely worth owning if you’re in a fantasy league that gives points for days off.

Zack Greinke – 7.0 IP, 4 hits, 0 ER, 3 BB, 7 K and his third win. “I would still rather own Kershaw.” That’s me quoting Greinke’s girlfriend who is a huge fantasy baseballer. Harsh words, but Zack knows better than anyone, you’d be a fool not to go with Kersh. He’s a better kisser, too.

Yimi Garcia – 1.0 IP, 2 K and his first save. Much like Jimi, Yimi has been electric so far, with 16 K in 9.2 IP. Even when Kenley Jansen returns, Yimi is worth owning on most teams.

Yasiel Puig – Left the game after aggravating his hamstring. Sigh, you are such a tease, Yasiel. Call me when you’re ready to commit, I’ll be in Giancarlo’s bushes.

Andrew Cashner – 7.0 IP, 6 hits, 2 ER, BB, 6 K. That’s straight Cashner, homey!

Marcus Semien – 2-for-5, 2-run HR (3) as he led off in the A’s lefty line up. Marcus is not monkeying around, you guyz! Although he does love his bananas. Potassium is good for the brain. He’s hitting .260 with 3 homers and a steal in the past week. One of ESPNs top adds, grab Semien before someone else does.

Dallas Keuchel – 9.0 IP, 2 hits, 0 ER, 2 BB, 4 K, but Luke Gregerson (1.0 IP, 3 hits, 2 ER) said, “Not today.” Keuchel’s allowed just 2 runs in 29.0 and is rocking an ERA and WHIP under 1. And that, my friends, is Dallas. Sure, this is a dated referenced and I’m not even sure what it means, but damn it if it doesn’t sound good! And that, is Dallas.

Scott Kazmir – 7.0 IP, 5 hits, 0 ER, 3 BB, 7 K. Lovin’ those Astros.

Mike Leake – 7.0 IP, 4 hits 3 ER, BB, 9 K. The Cubbies are proving to be a pretty good streaming opponent, but can’t help the feeling that that’s going to explode in my face once Kris Bryant starts homering every day for the rest of his life.

Jon Lester – 6.0 IP, 5 hits, 3 ER, BB, 10 K. Meh. DO BETTER!

Anthony Rizzo – 3-for-4, 2-run HR (2). OK, so he’s definitely hitting under my power projections so far, but the 4 SB are a welcome surprise. It’d be no surprise to me, however, if he hits 10 homers next month though. Calling it!

Billy Hamilton – 2-for-4. 2 runs, 3 SB (12). I was watching the scene in X-Men: Days of Future Past with Quicksilver and couldn’t help but thinking of Hamilton. If they kept him for the whole movie, would there even be a movie? Would it even be fair? Is owning Billy Hamilton even fair? Does anyone really believe that someone would find a naked Jennifer Lawrence unattractive just because she’s blue and scaly? It’s called eczema and it’s kind of a turn on. Also, is Billy Hamilton a mutant? I got questions!

Nelson Cruz – 1-for-3, HR (9). Errtime! ALL HE DOES IS HIT HOME RUNS!

Hisashi Iwakuma – Headed to the DL. Hisashi my dashi…gulp, gulp?

Phil Hughes – 8.0 IP, 6 hits, 2 ER, 9 K. Now there’s the Phil Hughes you probably drafted too high. I would still avoid vs Detroit next week if I could, but this was encouraging.

Felix Hernandez – 9.0 IP, 5 hits, 0 ER, 9 K and his third win. Match ups don’t get much more favorable than this one and Felix did not disappoint. That’s why he’s the King. If you were a Lord, would you lord good? Felix would. If Felix ruled over Westeros, he would make sure everyone from the slums of Fleabottom to the walls of Castle Black had complete game shut outs in their weekly match ups, and all the strike outs they could eat. Now fetch him some win and wenches. Five wenches and three wins and much strikeouts. Keep them coming. Also, wine. He’s going to need a lot of wine.

Questions? Problems? Complaints to management? Advice, small gifts or large bribes? Please leave it in the comments below, or you can get at me on twitter @dandemanco. Join us next Saturday for another Friday recap as fantasy baseball continues next week, all week long!

  1. holamola says:
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    Can you please rank ROS for me. Smyly, C-Mart, Greene, Pineda and Wood. QS, W 10 Team H2H Thanks Great write up today!

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @holamola: Thanks for reading! Pineda, CMart, Smyly, Greene, Wood

  2. jae wetad says:
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    would you drop Joe Mauer for Dexter Folwler??? Is this a stretch??? or another note what a good trade for Mauer @ this point..

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @jae wetad: Yeah, I’d want Fowler. Depends on what you need, maybe you could get a bad closer for him? Mauer is borderline ownable in 10-team leagues.

  3. Hot Rod

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    Hey with all the suspensions from the KC-CWS brawl: if the pitchers are suspended multiple games (Ventura 7, Sale 5, Samardzija 5 per ESPN), does that mean their next five starts or just the next 5 games for the team total?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @JimmyBond: Just five games. So it will hardly effect the pitchers, their starts will be pushed back a day or two.

      • A Hill O' Beans says:
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        @Dan Pants: Is there any punishment more ridiculous in sport than suspensions for starting pitchers?? I mean, we’re really going to punish you by suspending you for 5 games. Which means you won’t actually miss even a single game, you’ll just have your next start pushed back one day! Take that!!! Like WTF is that?

        • Dan Pants

          Dan Pants says:
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          @A Hill O’ Beans: But having the pitcher missing from the dugout those days can be a big hit to morale, right? Right!?

  4. ANDREW says:
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    Can’t decide who to pick up between Alex Gordon and Denard Span.. Both shockingly unowned but only have room for one to play in my util spot. Grandal Rizzo Dozier Hanley Cabrera Prince Harper Dickerson Springer Bruce are my hitters.

    • Dan Pants

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      @ANDREW: Tough call, but you’ve got power to spare so I’d go with Gordon.

  5. james says:
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    I was going to drop Iwakuma when I saw it was a lat strain because those can take some time in recovery, but now I see the GM think it was shoulder fatigue (i.e. Iwakuma needs a break to get things right). So that might not be near as bad because he COULD be back much sooner. I have Ryu & and Cobb on the DL as well. Which of the 3 do I drop?

    Who of the following do I pick up to replace the one I drop? Fiers, Hughes, Hammel, Hutchison, Paxton, Pomeranz, Lackey, Shoemaker, Latos OR just leave a spot open to stream?

    • Dan Pants

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      @james: If it’s 12-team or less I’d drop Ryu and use the spot to stream starters.

  6. Toe Knee Arm Ass says:
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    I asked Grey this he said 52 mill which i think is low. I put the o/u for how much the Angels will have to pay to get rid of Hamilton at $60 million. What’s you best guess?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Toe Knee Arm Ass: This just in: Angels willing to pay up to $68 million to say goodbye to Hammy. So I guess I’m going the over.

      • Toe Knee Arm Ass says:
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        @Dan Pants: That is just insane to get rid of a guy wow.

  7. Nightpandas says:
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    Thoughts on Braun Revere Dozier for Cano and Cain Sugar in an obp keeper ?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Nightpandas: I’d want the Cano side, but its fair.

  8. Brian says:
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    Is Todd Frazier fair value for Cano? 5×5 H2H

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Brian: Eh, you could make that case, but for me I’d still want Cano. Not really close.

  9. Chris says:
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    Rizzo/Harvey/Cano for Trout/Frazier? What side do you take?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Chris: I’d go with Rizzo and Cano.

  10. Team Maxwell says:
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    Great comments …good read!! I’m fairly new in the fantasy baseball world but didn’t drop a closer yet! I’m in one basic yahoo( keep keepers as long as you want) league and “was” 54th place in the RCL league last week. Not bad for a newbie or whatever you want to call me! Anyway, in the keeper I have Sale, Samardzija, Wacha, Salazar,Teheran, Greene, Bradley. Closers are Robertson, Giles, Boxberger, Kenley Jansen(DL).
    Available on the wire are H.Santiago, Sabbathia, Eovaldi, Wilson, Heaney, Syndergaard and Bundy. Should I lose any of my pitchers for any of them? i.e…. Teheran and Bradley scare me.
    Thanx!

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Team Maxwell: Thanks for reading! I’d hold for now, you have a great pitching staff!

  11. 'Topes says:
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    Thoughts on CarGo turning it on? I got offered Panda for CarGo and I have a lot of OF’s.

    • Dan Pants

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      @‘Topes: As long as he can stay healthy Carlos Gonzalez will hit. I’d hold.

  12. Emily Bonerface says:
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    who is paulo orlando!?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Emily Bonerface: Paulo-O! I would have wrote about him but that game got suspended. He’s that brazilian outfielder for KC, he’s got some speed but is batting primarily in the bottom of the order. He’s worth an add in deeper leagues/AL-Only while Rios and Escobar are out.

  13. holamola says:
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    I am stacked at OF and I have Dozier at 2B. My Blackmon for his Pedroia. He has Travis as his 2B and is looking to deal. Fair Trade?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @holamola: Yeah, I’d do the deal.

  14. Casey Da Bat says:
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    My club is reeling from underachieving SP and nagging injuries to key guys like Puig, Mesoraco, Iwakuma, Jansen, and Jose Fernandez.

    Best SP available is Hammel but not sure who to drop.

    Given my lack of SP depth in a points format that puts a premium on pitchers who can miss bats, eat innings, and earn W’s I am not high on dropping Kuma.

    A) Given the depth at OF and 1B, would it be wiser to dump Melky (Choo, Odubel, Des Jennings are currently on the wire) or Napoli (Belt Lind available) and keep the faith with Iwakuma?

    B) Is Napoli a better bet to produce than Carter (Ks are penalized in our pts format)?

    C) And do you like Yimi better than Cecil or Tony Watson (saves and holds both earn points) till Kenley returns?

    C- Mesoraco
    1B – Carter
    2B- Semien
    SS- Desmond
    3B- Donaldson
    OF- Puig Marte Betts
    UTIL- JD Martinez
    Bench- Napoli, Souza, Melky

    SP- Scherzer Kluber Shoemaker Paxton Buchholz
    RP- OTTAVINO, Y Garcia, H Santiago
    Bench- Kenley Jansen, Iwakuma
    DL- Jose Fernandez

    thanks much!!

    Casey

    • Dan Pants

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      @Casey Da Bat: I’d hold with what you have. In points format I might drop Carter over Napoli if you think you really need the pitching. Rather have Yimi over Cecil or Watson at the moment, too.

  15. Duda Want to Build a Snowman? says:
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    Hey Dan,

    In trying to pry Kluber from a scared owner, they asked for my Britton and Salazar only in return. Gotta take that ASAP right?!

    Thanks!

  16. Nightpandas says:
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    QS keeper:

    Greene Paxton

    Vs

    McCarthy Rodon

    • Dan Pants

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      @Nightpandas: Tough call, Rodon may have the highest ceiling so if your keeping these players I’d want BMac and Rodon.

  17. Roll of SAGNOF, hear my cry says:
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    Would you trade Carlos Santana (no catcher, ESPN) for hunter pence?

  18. rick says:
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    Stanton and Travis for Rizzo and J Upton?

    • Dan Pants

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      @rick: I think I answered this below, but just in case there are two rick’s with the same offer, this is a great deal for you, I do like Stanton though.

  19. Tom says:
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    With Victorino hitting the DL does Rusney come up and play full time ROS as soon as he’s healthy?

    Would you drop Avisail Garcia for him?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Tom: Nope, stick with Avisail for now.

  20. Scott says:
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    5×5, non-keeper, H2H league

    Choose 1 C: Vogt, Norris, Grandal
    Choose 1 SP: James Paxton, Phil Hughes, Alfredo Simon, Jimmy Nelson
    Choose 3 UTL: Desmond Jennings, Rajai Davis, Odubel Hererra, Brandon Belt, Jean Segura, Oswaldo Arcia

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Scott: Vogt, Nelson, Jennings, Belt, Segura

      • Rick Dempsey says:
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        @Dan Pants: cool thanks!

  21. Rick Dempsey says:
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    Danny Santana has had such a bad start that I’m starting to wonder whether he even deserves a roster spot given that I have Ottavino and would like to handcuff that closer role by picking up Axford. My current MI’s are Xander Bog, Devon Travis, and Dee Gordon all starting. Please Advise.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Rick Dempsey: Sounds like you have enough MI help to afford to drop him, but I think he’ll get better. Grab Axford for Santana if your concerned, I think the job is Ottavino’s though.

  22. rick says:
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    Should I accept trade: my Stanton and Devon Travis trade for his Rizzo and J Upton?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @rick: Wow, great offer, but I am in love with Giancarlo Stanton so I hold personally. Couldn’t blame you for accepting this one though.

  23. Bobby says:
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    On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the highest how much better of a keeper would you say Carlos Carrasco is than Colin McHugh. Just trying to figure out if I should be aggressive in upgrading McHugh for Carrasco through a trade.

    • Dan Pants

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      @Bobby: Ha, I guess Carrasco probably a 9, especially valuable in keeper leagues with a higher ceiling than Colon. McHugh I’d put in the 6-8 range, still very good.

  24. Mitch says:
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    Hey Dan,

    I’ve had Tomas ridin the pine, but I’m sorta thinking I want another SP. Should I drop Tomas for a Jimmie Nelson or just stash Tomas…?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Mitch: Grab Nelson.

  25. JP says:
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    3 questions, HxH League

    Travis, Kipnis or Pedroia ROS?

    Also, Cargo/Kluber or Puig?

    and Kluber/Frazier or Beltre/Bautista?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @JP: Pedroia, but its close. I’d take Travis and be happy. Cargo/Kluber and Beltre/Bautista.

  26. Jack says:
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    Another bad outing for Strasburg. Do you think he’s going to be OK? I was thinking about acquiring him for A. Wood and Wacha. Would that be too much to pay?

    • Dan Pants

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      @Jack: He will be fine, and you’re probably going to have to offer a lot more than that to land him, but if you can do it by all means do the deal.

  27. Joffrey says:
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    Drop Odubel Herrera for Michael Saunders?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Joffrey: Sure

  28. Andre says:
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    What’s up Dan?

    Well, so far my team is a dumpster fire. I have SEVEN guys on the DL!!! It’s also hurting that Kershaw hasn’t been Kershaw yet. Anyway, I just lost Zobrist, and I have no other SS…so I need to l know who would you pick up ROS? I have a limit on the number of moves I can make for the season.

    10 team Keeper league…Runs,Hits,HR,Avg, RBI, steals, and Walks.

    Hechavarria, Flores, Holt, Iglesias, Lowrie, Alcides Escobar, Galvis, Odubel Herrera, Owings, or A.Simmons? Thanks!

    • Dan Pants

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      @Andre: Go with Escobar

  29. Travis says:
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    Thoughts on giving Ian Kennedy for CMart. Know CMART was on Grays sell–but y’all still like him more than Kennedy, right?

    Also, thoughts on giving Luccroy for Wil Myers (got Norris as my catcher right now and putting in a waiver claim for a just dropped Molina).

    • Dan Pants

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      @Travis: Yes, I like both these trades for you.

  30. Luvdarooks says:
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    Who will have better 5×5 stats years end (top 2)
    HAMILTON- seager(LAD)-m Franko-correa-lindor?

    • Dan Pants

      Dan Pants says:
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      @Luvdarooks: Hamilton and Seager

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