What Juan Soto did in 2018 is one for the ages. It seems the only question now is if you believe it was a true representation of what he is, and can become. Is regression in store for the still just 20 year old? Or, are we witnessing one of the next great players, and a future Hall of Famer? We did our best to answer that question for you, as The Baseball Show’s 2019 Fantasy Baseball Video Draft Guide chugs along on Razzball!

 

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The Sea Hags
The Sea Hags
3 years ago

Speaking of unbelievable, the skin on Soto’s face looks waaaay older than 20 years.

aklang
aklang
3 years ago

So if I understood correctly: a young pujols amd mcab all wrapped in one but better.

Ian
Ian
3 years ago

Awesome as always guys! So I already feel too anxious about my 10th pick in a 12 team dynasty. My 16 keepers are Bauer
Kluber
Paxton
Syndergaard
Kelley Jansen
Moncada Devers Sano Bregman Lindor Correa Acuna Eloy Tucker Upton Alfaro.
Please help me pick an ace or future ace like Corbin was last year. I’m guessing Luzardo will probably be gone by pick 10. Pivetta Heaney Lucchesi Giolito Carlos Martinez Toussaint Honeywell Castillo may still be available. Also I need 1st and 2nd base. Peter Alonso will probably be taken Ist round too. Would it be wise to secure either Nathan or Brandon Lowe with my second pick or continue to select another solid pitcher ?
Lastly is it a must to snag Wander Franco early regardless of how long I have to wait.
Any wisdom appreciated guys! Thanks!

Ian
Ian
Reply to  Ian
3 years ago

@Ian: That’s Kenley Jansen!

LenFuego
LenFuego
Reply to  Ian
3 years ago

@Ian: You have a pitching staff that is ready to compete now, and a batting lineup that might be a year or two away. If you think you can compete this year I would be inclined to go for a bat … if you are building for the future, I would be inclined to go with Honeywell or Castillo of the SPs you listed.

You probably would not get anything out of Wander Franco this year or next, and possibly even the next. But guys that are 17 years old that are ranked as a top 5 or 10 prospect with the kind of power and speed profile that Franco has do not come along very often. In a true dynasty league, I would want to snag him for sure … in a keep 16 dynasty league, it is a closer call, but I would still probably want to take a flyer on him.

ian
ian
Reply to  LenFuego
3 years ago

@LenFuego: Thanks, that’s awesome. I think I will solidify pitching 1st and work the waivers etc on batting throughout the year. Could even snag 3rd or 4th place this year. Reason being that 3 of my mates have seriously stacked teams. To snag a healthy Honeywell first pick might be worth the risk.
Do you think there’s a outside chance that Castillo could have ace potential in him?

Marky Mark
Marky Mark
3 years ago

I am in a 20 team. You keep 6 bats 4 SP and 4 RP. I took over an orphan team 2018. I loaded up on young talent and had no pitching. I have Acuna, Eloy for my LF spot. I traded Upton/Soto for Cole/Flaherty. Did I get enough value? I just had too many LF.