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A player doesn’t strike out or not because of where he’s at in the batting order. I start here because I’ve read some thoughts suggesting Jarred Kelenic will be instantly better at making contact simply because he’ll bat lower in the lineup. I’m not saying that’s an impossible outcome; I just think there’s a correlation versus causation conversation there. Even if he does play better in Atlanta, I’m more likely to chalk that up to coaching and reps than I am a number next to his name. Another thing that will make a positive difference is the home ballpark. Lefties face an uphill (up-current?) battle in Seattle, while Truist plays closer to neutral with a little lean toward pitcher-friendliness. 

Let’s get a quick look at the particulars. 

Seattle gets RHP Cole Phillips, RHP Jackson Kowar, P Budget Relief

Atlanta gets OF Jarred Kelenic, LHP Marco Gonzales, 1B Evan White

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Nothing would make me happier than seeing the Angels be competitive. Wasting Ohtani and Trout is not fun. No one deserves anything. No one but Ohtani and Trout. Give them a chance! Give Ohtani a chance! Let Ohtani get in a World Series, toe the rubber, not like Quentin Tarantino thinks about that phrase, and pitch a shutout while hitting a blast or two. Give us that shizz in our eyeballs! If helping that is Lucas Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez being traded to the Angels, then we welcome it with open arms, which sounds like lyrics from Calling All Angels, so it makes sense. Reynaldo Lopez and Giolito were previously traded from the Nats to the White Sox, and, appizzarently, they share a travel agent. Lopez will work the 8th, and Giolito will fix that rotation. He’s going to a relatively similar ballpark, and he allows too many homers and walks, but he should be able to maintain a 3.60-3.80 ERA and his 9.5+ K/9. It’s coming at a good time for him too, I hear. “Let’s go!” That’s Giolito throwing his wedding ring into Lake Michigan. Anyway, here’s what else I saw yesterday in fantasy baseball:

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Welcome to another week of Ambulance Chasers, your Razzball fantasy baseball injuries report! This had some notable non-player injuries and that was the Oakland A’s fans (at least some of them). While the idea of a move has been brewing for a long time, it was announced that the A’s seem to intend on moving […]

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What’s happening, Razzball nation?! It’s been a predictably wacky first week of baseball, and I for one already feel like I could use a vacation. We’ve had a tough start for some heavily drafted pitchers, but I’m trying to keep the faith that things will even out eventually. In a few leagues where I had […]

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Happy March, friends! Spring training is finally in full swing, which is glorious, but with it comes the usual flurry of fantasy team-altering injuries, which are not so glorious. Hope you are enjoying the preseason and dodging the injury bullets as we all put our pretend teams together for 2023. Last week we chatted about […]

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We’re deep, and these guys might not be playable. The top 100 outfielders for 2023 fantasy baseball are your flyers in most leagues, and your 5th and 6th outfielders in deep leagues. Keep in mind, we have NL-Only rankings, and AL-Only rankings. If you have no need for these outfielders in your league, think on the bright side: Next up in the 2023 fantasy baseball rankings is starters. Here’s Steamer’s 2023 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2023 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Pitchers. Subscriptions are up and running, and you can already get Rudy’s Draft War Room. Anyway, here’s the top 100 outfielders for 2023 fantasy baseball:

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