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We are so close to the top 20 starters you can almost taste it, and it tastes like limoncello.  I wonder why that is.  From the top 20 outfielders through to this top 100 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball has been like the greatest mini-series ever.  Sorta like what I hope the O.J. Simpson show is.  By the way, don’t Google O.J. Simpson, major spoilers!  In most fantasy leagues, you won’t need to draft guys from this top 100 outfielders, and they’ll be waiver wire pickups.  A few of these guys will be drafted by people saying things like, “I’m really loving (fill-in name from this post) as a late sleeper,” then those same people will get to the middle of April and be saying things like, “I can drop (fill-in player’s name), right?”  As with other rankings posts, I go over where tiers start and stop and my projections.  Anyway, here’s the top 100 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball:

81. Keon Broxton -This tier started in the top 80 outfielders for 2016 fantasy baseball.  This tier ends at here.  I called this tier, “There’s a modicum of upside here.  Modicum doesn’t mean big, in case you didn’t know.” As for Keon, last year in the minors he hit 10 homers and stole 40 bases.  Dot dot dot.  CAN I HAVE HIS CHILDREN?!  CAN I AT LEAST WATCH HIM MAKE CHILDREN?!  CAN I ASSIST WITH HIS BABYMAKING?!  What’s that?  He could also hit .190?  Damn, Keon, not only do you sound like the black friend who shuts down any talk of me hooking up with your sister, but you also straight poop on my upside party.  Considering how late he’ll be drafted, Broxton is solid flyer.  Definitely worth a flyer in deep leagues, but don’t expect too much.  2016 Projections:  52/7/58/.209/18

82. Ben Paulsen – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Garcia.  I call this tier, “They have extra eligibility.  Um, yay?”  As for Paulsen, went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

83. Brandon Moss – Went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

84. Chris Colabello – Went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

85. Danny Valencia – Went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

86. Yasmany Tomas –  As for Yasmany, went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

87. Lonnie Chisenhall – Went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

88. Joey Gallo – Went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

89. Hector Olivera – Went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

90. Adonis Garcia – Went over him in the top 20 3rd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

91. Odubel Herrera – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Dietrich.  I call this tier, “DLF is gonna rock ya.”  The tier name refers to Deep League Flyers.  An acrostic for this tier would spell out “Asche Pompey in Orlando.”  Or I might be confusing acrostic with “imaginary business trip I’m taking in my mind when I meet an ashy stripper named Pompey.”  As for Odubel, he wasn’t only lucky to have a .387 BABIP, but also to play on the Phils, otherwise he’d be a 4th outfielder on another team.  He was caught 8 times in 24 steal attempts, which, like Altherr beforr him, isn’t as bad as it could be because the Phils have no reason to put the brakes on anyone.  They have to play like John Candy in that runaway car in Who’s Harry Crumb?  2016 Projections:  58/6/51/.257/15

92. Dalton Pompey – Fun fact!  ‘The roof is on fire!  We don’t need no water let the mamma mia burn!  Burn, mamma mia, burn!’  was first heard in Pompeii, Italy in 79 AD and then again outside of a theater on Broadway in 2009.  Pompey is solid flyer for deep leagues for speed, and would likely be playing for most teams already.  The Jays, however, don’t really need him, at least yet. 2016 Projections: 32/3/25/.271/18 in 275 ABs

93. Aaron Hicks – I already gave you my Aaron Hicks sleeper post.  I wrote it after getting stuck in line behind Chris Davis and Carlos Ruiz as they paid for their Adderall.  On a side note, Hicks might be the player I’ve ranked the highest that doesn’t have a starting job.  If Beltran doesn’t get hurt by the end of March, I will drop Hicks in my rankings, but, as of right now, I’m banking on someone on the Yanks not making it to April.  You might’ve noticed something else about this tier, there’s lots of unsuredness (totally a word!).  Okay, I could’ve went with indecisiveness.  2016 Projections: 42/7/46/.279/15

94. Abraham Almonte – I could’ve also called this tier, “The teams starting these guys could’ve been helped by signing a free agent outfielder.”  Almonte’s the type of player that if he got 550 ABs, he’d be worth owning in all but the shallowest leagues, but if he were to get 550 ABs, I feel very sorry for the Indians.  UPDATE:  Almonte got caught using Boldenone when he was one embolden one <– almost a palindrome!  Now Jason Motte is left as the only fruit-sounding side dish in the majors.  Aw, apple sauce!  2016 Projections:  48/5/53/.241/17

94. Paulo Orlando – Or as tourists call him, “Which way to Epcot?” has little power and some speed, which is basically this whole tier.  2016 Projections:  35/5/40/.253/16

95. Cody Asche – Member when I called Asche a sleeper?  We laugh now because crying burns the “tomato seed” in the corner of our eye.  2016 Projections:  44/14/48/.249/2

96. Javier Baez – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2016 fantasy baseball.

97. Hyun-soo Kim – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Orioles to at least face righties and play left field.  Looking at his numbers, and all Korean players in Korea, I’m left with one feeling, why are we not playing fantasy baseball in South Korea?  The stats for Korean players over there are like the stats from the 90s here.  If McGwire would’ve played in Korea in 1998, he would’ve hit 239 homers.  No foolin’, I entered 70 homers into Google and hit translate to Korean.  So, Kim, like Korean players before him, had great stats in Korea:  28 HRs, 11 SBs, .326, but Jung-ho hit 40 HRs in Korea, i.e., their stadiums are tiny and their pitching is weak.  People have said Korean baseball is around that of Double-A, so Kim could hit 15 HRs, steal 10 bases and hit .270.  Or he could be totally overmatched.”  And that’s me quoting me!  2016 Projections:  54/14/43/.275/10 in 400 ABs.

98. Rusney Castillo – You may notice something this year vs. last year.  I’m not trying to get burnt by no Cubans.  Hey, I sound like an ashtray in Miami.  I’m all about a lottery ticket here and there, but I was too aggressive last year with my love for Cubans.  Obama starts talking about lifting trade sanctions and Grey goes crazy.  I need to stop listening to our Muslim president.  Speaking of presidents, I was in New York recently and went to some fancy restaurant and I had a dessert that looked just like Donald Trump.   The food was good, but my dessert had a real ego!  Any hoo!  Rusney showed nothing last year, and until he shows something I’m fine with letting someone else take a chance on him, because I wouldn’t be shocked if he struggles in April, then falls into a platoon with the Swiss Army knife, Brock Holt.  Hey, Brock Holt for president!  2016 Projections:  54/12/62/.257/11

99. Derek Dietrich – If Dietrich was guaranteed a starting job I prolly wouldn’t move him up much, but I would be more excited for him.  My guess is he’ll likely see 400 ABs anyway since Prado has one foot out the door and that foot is in a box labeled “Fragile” and a moving company is picking it up by May.  2016 Projections:  41/13/48/.233/8 in 400 ABs

100. Nick Markakis – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Beltran.  I call this tier, “You drafting from the comfy confines of a DeLorean?”  This tier is filled with names that get features on Fox’s Saturday afternoon game about the time they saved a raccoon during a hurricane because they are players their team’s fans know, but they are not good for fantasy.  As for Markakis, rarely does a player’s stats make me giggle, but Markakis’s 2015 numbers of three homers and two steals in 612 at-bats.  Hahahahahahahaha!  Oh my Allah, that is off the charts of awful.  Lonnie Chisenhall’s had better games than Markakis’s season.  2016 Projections:  76/5/62/.281/4

101. Nori Aoki – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Mariners.  Aoki feels like one of those signings where a team’s fans get excited.  “Great on base guy!”  “Man, I love his wheels!”  “A table setter!”  Then, at some point in June, they realize he’s 34 years old and hasn’t stayed healthy in two years and isn’t staying healthy in 2016 either.”  And that’s me quoting me!  2016 Projections:  62/5/33/.281/16 in 480 ABs

102. Andre Ethier – He won’t start against lefties, and I don’t mean Reds pitchers and Commies. UPDATE:  Ethier is out for 10 to 14 weeks with a fractured tibia.  Fun fact!  Tibia is also my favorite bone that sounds like an African nation.  2016 Projections:  51/13/52/.274/3

102. Jayson Werth – If his career peaked in 2009, then right now his career looks like the alligator’s breakfast that lives in a New York sewer. 2016 Projections:  51/9/40/.242/2

103. Coco Crisp – Best days are behind Coco Crisp.  Cerealiously.  2016 Projections:  48/5/28/.228/12

104. Angel Pagan – Another name for this tier could’ve been, “You’re sure they’re still playing in the league and have starting jobs?”  2016 Projections:  47/4/38/.254/15

105. Carlos Beltran – Maybe it’s because Steve Howe and Billy Martin were buried in the outfield of the new Yankee Stadium (in a pose like Rocky and Apollo at the end of Rocky III), but it does seem like Zombinos always rise from the Yankee lineup, but I’m still not buying Beltran on that hope.  2016 Projections:  46/16/57/.255/1

106. Jarrod Dyson – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Holt.  I call this tier, “If they were actually playing every day, I’d be less excited for these guys.”  There’s two types of hitters, one type that you’re excited about because they have a full-time job, and the other type that you’re excited about because they don’t have an everyday job so they won’t be exploited.  As someone would say who is leaving Jose Altuve alone in a regular-sized house, this is the latter.  UPDATE:  Will start the year on the DL.  Sad since this was the first time in his career he had an opportunity to wrestle away a starting job.  Less sad because he’s 130 pounds soaking weight and he shouldn’t be wrestling.  2016 Projections:  37/2/25/.266/28

107. Peter Bourjos – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Phillies claimed him off of waivers.  The road that Bourjos walks on is paved with a thousand broken fantasy baseballers’ hearts, which is kinda not cool.  That’s not a cobblestone, you jerk, it’s my heart!”  And that’s me copying and pasting me!  2016 Projections:  38/6/29/.237/9

108. Michael Taylor – All of the guys in this tier got if’s like Yeezy and Kim got mirrors.  If Taylor can cut back on his strikeouts (30.9%), then he could be an absolute force like Rey Skywalker, but he had a 29.5% strikeout percentage in Double-A, so I don’t have much faith in him lowering his Ks.  He does have 15-homer power and 30-steal speed, if, ya know, everything breaks right and Ben Revere breaks his wrist.  2016 Projections: 32/6/28/.237/12

109. Mark Canha – I was looking at his stats (16 HRs, 7 SBs, .254) and maybe it was in my subconscious, but I thought to myself, “Man, he feels like a Rule 5 guy,” and, J. Lo and behold, he is.  Interesting?  Not really, but we’re about 85,000 words in here, so roll with it, Steve Winwood.  2016 Projections:  35/15/41/.264/5

110. Tyler Naquin – In lead for Indians centerfield job.  This doesn’t come as a surprise if you listened to our fantasy baseball podcast when I returned from Arizona.  Naquin was a guy that impressed against righties and looked like NyQuil vs. lefties.  Prospector Ralph also gave Naquin a shoutout in his rookie sleepers for 2016 fantasy baseball.  It should’ve been obvious to everyone that Naquin would get the strong side of the centerfield platoon for Cleveland.  They’re required to have one player who sounds like a Native American and Naquin fits the bill, and Marlon Byrd refused to change his name to Sitting Byrd.  Naquin could offer some AL-Only appeal, but he doesn’t have big power or speed.  2016 Projections: 48/8/51/.272/10

111. Will VenableIndians signed him because they’re Ready, Will and Venable, and their outfield is joke of biblical proportions if the Bible were a Ginormous Book of Dirty Jokes.  Venable has some power and speed, and epitomizes this tier with he’s a ton more interesting as a platoon guy than if he were a regular player. UPDATE:  Released by the Indians like a tracker for a buffalo.  2016 Projections:  31/10/42/.241/12

111. Brock Holt – He has no set place to play, but since he’s the 4th outfielder, 3rd middle infielder, 3rd corner infielder, 2nd catcher, long man out of the bullpen, and all-around Swiss Army Knife of position eligibility, I’m sure he’ll play somewhere for at least 100 games.  2016 Projections:  51/4/42/.275/10

112. Jake Marisnick – This is a new tier.  This tier goes from here until Saunders.  I call this tier, “Are they even playing?”  There’s a lot I don’t like about the 15-team NFBC leagues.  The number one thing I dislike is there’s no waivers.  I like to pick up and drop players.  With that said (Grey’s turning around this ship), there’s certain players that come to mind that don’t have a starting job right now that I would draft in a league with no waivers, hoping they came into a job at some point this year.  This tier is filled with those guys.   As for Marisnick, as I briefly mentioned earlier this offseason, the fastest guys in the majors are:  Dyson, DeShields, Rajai, Hamilton and Marisnick.  Like the doctor’s office magazine, that’s fast company.  2016 Projections:  35/5/31/.226/19

113. Preston TuckerJon Singleton seems one bad month away from directing episodes of Empire and being demoted for Tucker or Reed.  *Googling Singleton’s IMDB page*  Ouch, he’s already directing Empire episodes.  I guess it’s better to be working than not, but talking about peaking early with Boyz n the Hood. 2016 Projections:  29/15/42/.262/2

114. Aaron Judge – I already gave you my Aaron Judge fantasy.  It was written in the liner notes for Paid in Full.  2016 Projections:  36/16/44/.241/4 in 300 ABs

115. Nomar Mazara – I already gave you my Nomar Mazara fantasy.  I wrote it like Grand Pu coming through all the residue.  2016 Projections:  24/7/29/.272/2 in 220 ABs

116. Juan Lagares – I love Yoenis, Conforto and Lagares, which brings me to my question, can Granderson please stop playing now?  2016 Projections:  35/4/30/.264/10 in 275 ABs

117. Michael Saunders – I was all about Saunders last year as a sleeper, but an untimely injury (f0r him, was timely for me since it happened before I drafted him) caused Saunders to miss the whole season less nine games.  I still like the Saunders flyer late in 15-team or deeper leagues, though I wouldn’t expect more than 200 ABs from him.  2016 Projections:  27/7/19/.261/4

118. Todd Cunningham – This is the last tier.  This tier goes from here until the end of the list.  I call this tier, “Odds and ends and even some bums.”  Cunningham is in a platoon with Craig Gentry.  This platoon is what I like to call, “Finally, The Sciosciapath can’t ruin anyone’s value with a platoon because there’s no value here to ruin.”  2016 Projections:  37/3/33/.263/14

119. Seth Smith – “Today’s program is brought to you by the letter S as in Seth Smith.”  *A lisper shoots up in bed, sweating.*  2016 Projections:  48/12/50/.242/

120. Jon Jay – Here’s what I said this offseason, “He posted a .563 OPS, is three years older than Gyorko and is owed more money than Gyorko.  Is anyone surprised the Padres traded him for Jay?  “I’m gonna see what happens when I put logic into a food processor,” says the Padres GM.”  And that’s me quoting me!  2016 Projections:  47/2/41/.273/6

121. Ryan Rua – This guy is a game of 20 questions waiting to happen.  Example:  Rua starter?  Rua capable hitter?  Rua experienced?  See?  2016 Projections:  27/7/35/.212/4

122. Melvin Upton Jr. – He sucks so bad people still call him B.J.  2016 Projections:  37/7/29/.217/15

123. Josh Hamilton – I partially ranked him this far down so when it’s revealed this spring that he was doing crack-cocaine or that he’s nursing a broken thigh or he decided to quit baseball for a monastery, I don’t need to make too many adjustments.  2016 Projections:  38/12/37/.248/2

   
  1. J-FOH says:
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    Limoncello…mmmmmmhhhhhhhhhh

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @J-FOH: It’s so nasty

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Grey: I had some homemade one time and it was really good.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I don’t think our tastes overlap in this area

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Grey: back in the day I would drink anything I could catch a buzz from. I also refered to it as Italian moonshine

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              That’s Sambuca

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Grey: now there’s my jam. I love love love love love that shizz. On the rocks all night. Not a huge fan of the coffee bean snifter style. Feels like I’m being pretentious when I drink it.

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  I don’t think anyone can look at you and think you’re pretentious

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Grey: awe. That’s the nicest thing you have ever said to me. You do pay attention

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Anyone that has known you for 3 minutes can pick that up

                    • J-FOH says:
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                      You spent 2 minutes longer than anyone else

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Okay, don’t depress me

                    • J-FOH says:
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                      Good to see I haven’t lost my touch

  2. Curt C says:
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    Keeper question for 12 team, 6×6(qs is the extra category) …..I have Price, Arrieta and Cole……Should I keeper Giles at 12 or Carlos Rodon at 20?

    • Fred says:
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      @Curt C: Rodon

  3. Mike Schwab says:
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    Hey Grey,
    Keeper/Dynasty question. 8 team H2H point based league. Each team keeps 15 players. I have:
    Miggy, Machado, Rendon, Pollock, Harper, Carlos Gonzalez, Heyward, Encarnacion, Hosmer, Sano, Moncada, Kluber, Felix, Richards, Corbin, Teheran, Lester, Taijuan Walker, Giolito.
    What 4 to drop? Thanks again.

    • Malicious Phenom says:
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      @Mike Schwab:

      I’d drop these 4:
      Rendon
      Richards
      Corbin
      Teheran

  4. Fungazi says:
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    I don’t think Rajai is one of the fastest anymore is he? How fast can a zombie run anyways?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Fungazi: He is according to the Bill James Speed Score

  5. Malicious Phenom says:
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    Melvin NO LINK Upton.

  6. Ante GALIC says:
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    Grey!

    Great write-up as usual, even more than that since I bet even you had a tough time getting past the top 100. I stopped caring after 93, I’m a mean person.

    a. So, if I understood correctly, none of these OFs should be drafted in a shallow mixed H2H points league, right? Or better, all of these guys should still be available after the last team picks at 220 overall, right? Thanks Unkie Grey.

    b. Wanted to send this to you yesterday when the news broke, but then I had previously sent the stupid story that could have turned into a Bond movie but actually couldn’t have because no one would be stupid enough to choose such an idea. So, here’s the story…(http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/china-ezubao-fraud-1.3428095). Yeah, some Chinese rip off more Chinese (actually 900,000 Chinese) in a Chinese version of a Ponzi scheme. Good ol’ Charles Ponzi (http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/china-ezubao-fraud-1.3428095)

    Cheers,
    Ante

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Ante GALIC: Thanks! A. Nah, these guys are on waivers waiting to get hot B. Wow, the Chinese Madoff, too bad his last name isn’t something like Takeaway

      • Ante GALIC says:
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        @Grey: Grey! LOL, yeah that Mr Wong. There were 21 in the team in total who fooled 900,000. My comment? If they found all the money and they have the names and identities of those who were fooled…just give back the money and put the 21 in prison. Easy, right?

        Cheers,
        Ante

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I say if you can fool 900,000 out of money, you gotta give the guys props and let them go

  7. Glenn seddon says:
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    Entering year 3 of 5 before redraft 12 team 5×5 one catcher must keep 12. First 9 are rizzo,dozier,machado
    Braun,j.d.,yelich,a.jones,salazar, c.martinez.
    Need 3 out of lucroy,beltre,pederson,peralta,
    Wacha or liriano.
    Thanks

  8. Cram It says:
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    Where can I solicit to join a money league? The forums? I’ve never ventured over to that side.

    • the great knoche says:
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      @Cram It: Down on the Corner late at night. Look for the guy in nothing but a baseball cap.

      • Cram It says:
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        @the great knoche: I’ll walk up to him wearing just my championship belt. “Hey, that’s my hat!”

        • J-FOH says:
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          @Cram It: you should wear a trench coat and flash him the belt.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Cram It: A little birdie (Rudy) told me we’re going to have some money leagues this year

      • Cram It says:
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        @Grey: Sweeeeeeet

        • Teddy Heater says:
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          @Cram It: Right!?! I found out this weekend, finally Razzball has all my fantasy needs covered. That seems really weird now that I posted this next to a Naked Hasselhoff 90’s Selfie.

      • Kung Pao Panda says:
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        @Grey: Can RCL winners from last year get first shot at this (if limited availability)? I’m an infrequent commenter but can get my frequency dialed up too if that will help! Thanks. Liking the rankings

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I don’t see why not

          • Kung Pao Panda says:
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            @Grey: Cool. Seems like those winners would be a good source of money RCL commissioners.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, I have no problem with it, it’s gonna be a Rudy thing

  9. Jim says:
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    Where does Sano rank in all this? Did I miss his name someplace?

    Would you deal Sano & Soler for Springer in a long term Keeper league? 4 years difference in age between Springer & Sano.. thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Jim: He doesn’t have OF eligibility

      • Jim says:
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        @Grey:

        HE should shortly after the season. So how does his bat size up in comparison to Springer?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I’ll go over everyone in overall rankings

  10. Old School Brother says:
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    Freaking limoncello…. My stepmom poured us each a little glass at thanksgiving last year. “yo wicked step mom, whats this yellow shizz in that cup?” It’s lemon gello, try it. Took a big gulp of that gross stuff without realizing it was a liqueur. The experience was comparable to drafting Rendon last year

      • Jj says:
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        @Grey:
        Limoncello is amazing compared to Grappa. Now that shit is nasty.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          I just shuddered… I can’t drink any of those Italian after dinner cordials

          • JJ says:
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            @Grey:
            Nothing cordial about them

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              HA!

          • Vegans says:
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            @Grey: I agree re: the Italian cordials although I’m partial to Strega.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Don’t even know that one

  11. Glenn seddon says:
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    Fsru is a site that runs money keeper leagues.
    Most owners are dedicated.
    You join on the site but the League is run on cbs

    • Cram It says:
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      @Glenn seddon: Do they throw you into a random league? I’m looking for a veteran commissioner who needs another spot filled. Or a fresh start league but with people I have some familiarity with already. Eh, I’ll look into it. Thanks!

      • Teddy Heater says:
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        @Cram It: I might have a spot for you, $100, h2h 12 team yahoo 6×6 Holds and OBP are the extra categories. We’ve been doing this league for 8 years. I know most guys are into Roto on here, but I have to fill a spot or 2 because of newborn babies taking over fantasy baseball time.

  12. Terrible Ted says:
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    10 team, keep 10 Yahoo 5×5.

    Hitters: Trout, Goldy, ‘Nado, Mookie, Blackmon
    Pitchers: Bum, Keuchel, JFer, Carrasco

    Keep Pujols or Rendon?

    I have Rendon locked in at the moment, anyone care to argue the Pujols side?

    • Malicous Phenom says:
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      @Terrible Ted: If it is just for this year, I would keep Albert..

  13. Clint says:
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    Does Judge’s value move at all now that the Yankees’ Bird man has had his wing clipped for 2016? Sounds like Aaron may be the only guy they can move up when all these old dudes on the team break their hips, right?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      @Clint: Honestly, it’ll be interesting to see what the Yanks do if one of the old guys gets hurt in say March or April…. My guess is no on Judge

  14. General Jack D. Ripper says:
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    Keeper question: Eaton, which will cost an 18th round pick, or Matt Duffy, which will cost me a 22nd rounder?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Eaton

  15. Ryan says:
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    Hi Grey,

    Can you Please Rank the Keeper Options Below (5×5 Roto):

    AGonz, Braun,Carrasco, Stratsburg, Yelich, Keuchel, CMart, Kemp, Pence, Dickerson ,Chapman, C.Santana, Kinsler

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’ll be ranking everyone shortly

      • Ryan says:
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        Will you be responding back to me shortly or your keeper rankings will be up shortly?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Keeper rankings will be up in a few days (maybe a week)… I’ll rank a few players for you, I’m not going to rank 12+ players

          • Ryan says:
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            Can you just rank the hitters for me please

    • Malicous Phenom says:
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      @Ryan: How many can you keep, and for how many years?

      • Ryan says:
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        My friend and I are joining a 10 Team League. Three teams dropped out. My friend and I are doing a mini keeper draft between one another based on a pool of players of the three teams. The players still available are listed above.

        So far I drafted: Rizzo, McCutchen, D. Gordon, and Heyward

        He drafted: Donaldson, Scherzer, Tulo, Dozier

        We can keep 10 and there is no limit on how long you can keep each player.

        • Malicous Phenom says:
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          @Ryan: Thanks for the info. Here is how I wud rank them:

          Braun, Carrasco, Strasburg, Keuchel, Kinsler, CMart, Kemp, AGonz, Pence Dickerson, Chapman, Yelich, C.Santana.

          Also there are some sites that already have listed there top overall and by positions for 2016:

          Here is one:
          http://rotochamp.com/Baseball/PlayerRankings.aspx

          Just goggle mlb top players for 2016 as well..

          If you are looking for Grey’s top players only, then I wud just wait.

          • Ryan says:
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            Thank you

            I am really worried about Braun for this year and the future. Back Injuries can derail a career (i.e. Todd Helton) You really think hes the most valuable keeper on the list?

            I was thinking of taking Adrian Gonzalez because I need HR, RBI, and AVG.

            • Malicous Phenom says:
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              @Ryan: I wud look at a few sites and see there rankings, last few years Agon has ahd great first halfs and then nothing..Lets see what Grey says when he rankds the bats for you..

            • Cram It says:
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              @Ryan: Glad Ryan’s back in the fold. The kid who responds to every piece of advice with a negative comment about suggested player and “Are you sure?”

              • The Harrow says:
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                @Cram It: kimmel is the trade version of it.
                “do trade X”
                Grey: bad for you
                “so do the trade or no”
                grey: no
                “so which side is the trade bad for”
                Grey:you
                “why is the trade bad for me”
                Grey: you are giving up better players than you are getting
                (repeat)

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Braun, Dickerson, Kemp, Yelich, A-Gon…

  16. Cram It says:
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    So how did you and the rest of the Razzwriters fare in all those “experts” leagues you were in?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I finished top ten in all the RCLs! Came in 2nd or third in a few… No wins, sadly…

  17. Nelson says:
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    I know you updated Dickersons projections in your top 40 post, but does that factor in his role as platoon player? Will he get to 450 ABs even (assuming health)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      He was always a platoon player in my mind, he can’t hit lefties

  18. J-FOH says:
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    The twins signed Quentin to a minor league deal *shakes fist*

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Maybe he’ll ‘roid rage on Hughes

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Grey: or they brought him in to beat up yordano….that would be great

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          The Actor vs. Canseco Jr.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @Grey: ozzie and Harold reynolds?

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Ozzie vs. The Angry String Bean

              • J-FOH says:
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                @Grey: if yordano was a pro wrestler Jimmy hart would be his manager

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Yordano feels more like a manager

                  • J-FOH says:
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                    @Grey: HA! I thought about that right after I posted my comment

  19. Bad News Sugarbear says:
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    i drafted my first team of the season last night, just to take advantage of the early yahoo rankings before they wake up all the sleepers, and am Rather pleased with the results but wanted to get your opinion and see if i’m lacking anywhere. standard 5×5 roto, 12 teams
    C hundley
    1b Abreu
    2b schoop
    3b machado
    Ss bogaerts
    OF springer
    OF c. davis
    OF Polanco
    UT Franco
    UT DeShields
    BN: piscotty, Lawrie

    SP: Syndergaard, carrasco, mccullers, rodon, smyly, corbin, gausman
    RP: wade davis, a.j. ramos, carter capps, k-rod

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Delino! Like the hitting, you look low on average, especially if Davis tanks… Pitching looks great, solid team…

      • Bad News Sugarbear says:
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        @Grey: thanks! that’s pretty much what i was thinking, hopefully some piscotty along with waiver wire finds in season can help with my avg.

        Yahoo has Delino ranked #373 right now, it is insane. little sad i’ll never be able to pull this team off when my real leagues draft end of march.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, that’s crazy on Delino

  20. PhilOssieB says:
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    Was offered OZUNA ($5.75/ eligible for 1-4 yr extension) for Dickerson ($10/ 3 yrs left) and Peraza (.30 MiLC contract). Whatcha think?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Dickerson side

  21. Buge Hoobs says:
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    Do we really have to dedicate one whole day’s worth of rankings to the DH? It was bad enough having to wait for OFs that will NEVER be drafted in my shallow 10 man. I need me some pitching tiers!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Ha

    • ScreechOwl says:
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      @Buge Hoobs:

      If we don’t have a DH day, then how will we get a chance to talk about how great Miguel Sano is?

      Huh?

      Do you really want to go through life that way? I sure don’t. In a dynasty league, I’d take Sano over just about any pitcher, anyway. Even though he makes contact less often than Jodie Foster, the guy hits home runs like Giancarlo Stanton, and he walks more than General Veers invading Hoth. That’s about as amazing as baseball players get, at least until it’s revealed that Jose Altuve is actually Yoda wearing a human mask.

  22. Cram It says:
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    Wow, I just realized you answer all those “help me with my roster” questions on the forum side too. You’re insane.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Crazy!

  23. Malicous Phenom says:
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    Wow, look at what the Twins dragged in;

    Twins signed OF/DH Carlos Quentin to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
    Quentin announced his retirement last May, but it was reported back in November that he was attempting a comeback. The 33-year-old has dealt with all sorts of injuries in recent years and hasn’t appeared in the majors since July 26, 2014, so expectations should be low. Even if he does show something in the spring, the Twins might not have room for him on the Opening Day roster.

    • Malicous Phenom says:
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      @Malicous Phenom: Just saw J-FOH beat me to it..lol

    • ScreechOwl says:
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      @Malicous Phenom:

      I’m kind of surprised to hear that he’s only 33.

      Now I’m sad, because that’s younger than I am.

  24. J-FOH says:
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    Just saw on my instagram that action bronson’s show “F*uck that’s delicious ” will be on the new vice land channel starting March 3rd. That channel is replacing history 2 channel.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I saw that too!

      • J-FOH says:
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        @Grey: f*ck that’s awesome

        • Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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          Wonder if my rabbit ears will get that with extra foil?

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Haha

  25. JJ says:
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    OK so I pulled the trigger on a big deal in my 12 team H2H 5X5 keeper league. We keep 10
    I sent T.Frazier and C.Kluber for N.Arenado

    Happy with the deal but still not sure about which 10 player to keep.
    Pretty set on keeping ARENADO, BUMGARNER, POLLOCK, G.COLE, J.FERNANDEZ, M.SANO, C.SEAGER
    which leaves me with trying to pick the 3 best keepers out of
    B.BUXTON, A.CHAPMAN, J.FAMILIA, B.DOZIER, E.HOSMER, M.KEMP, K.CALHOUN, H.RAMIREZ, C.HAMELS, D.SALAZAR
    What do you guys think?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Aroldis, Hosmer, Salazar

      • JJ says:
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        @Grey:
        Hmm. I was leaning Dozier, Chapman, Hosmer. But part of me is tempted to keep Buxton.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Kinda tomato tomahto so go with your gut

  26. Dr. Kenneth Noisewater says:
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    Grey!

    Just got tickets for the local Stretch & Bobbito Documentary showing with a Q&A, and an after party for the 13th. I’m hoping they DJ the after party.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Awesome!

  27. TJ says:
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    Got a 12 team league H2H 6×6. Gotta pick 4 keepers. I think I’ve got my first 3 picked, need help picking the last.

    I’m thinking Jose Abreu (1st round), Nolan Arenado (4th round) & Gerrit Cole (8th round)

    Options I have for my 4th pick are Dickerson (5th round), Chris Davis (10th rd), Hosmer (15th round), or C-mart (19th round)

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Davis

  28. Big Mike says:
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    Grey – for my 8th and last keeper slot in a 12-team, 7×6 keeper league with obp and slg as separate categories – Joc or Belt?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Joc

      • Big Mike says:
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        @Grey: Yay! Makes me so happy to see that!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Sweet!

  29. Teddy Heater says:
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    BFF, I had to jump in a yahoo public league to get a feel of where the 12 teams were going. I neglected to draft a C, but that’s what FA is for, here’s what I got:

    Rizzo
    Odor
    Franco
    Xman
    Marte
    JDong
    Upton
    Crush
    Belt
    Bench-Krush Jr, S Castro, Deshields

    Stroman
    McCullers
    Giles
    Tolleson
    Boxberger
    Carson Smith
    Capps
    W Smith
    Bench- Rodon, Buchholz, D Hernandez

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Pitching looks a little risky, but it’s not bad… Hitting looks solid…

      • Teddy Heater says:
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        @Grey: Yeah, didn’t have the SP ranks to go from, so I was just going by feel for the most part. Hat’s off to you as all the offensive guys I wanted minus Nado are reachable, so I felt good on that end. I just need my fix of SP’s 15-40 so I can fill in the gaps.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, did good still, a little risky, not bad

          • Teddy Heater says:
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            @Grey:

            1. Thanks! BTW Podcast you talked about Chen was hilarious.

            2. You’re a writer, so you might know this. Did you know that when someone says “don’t be a such a pussy” that it’s not referring to a woman’s genitalia, but it’s short for pusillanimous: which is a lack of courage, cowardly or timid? Antonia Lafoso has a daughter with HEavy D and now this, mind blown!

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              1. Hehe 2. I still can’t believe about Heavy D’s baby mama… It’s not easy to find that in the Google either, but it does appear to be true…

              • Teddy Heater says:
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                @Grey: 1. Keep that up and you’ll crack the top 100 Sports Podcasts (you’re #1 in my eyes BFF)!
                2. I know everyone is asking you about Sano, (in yahoo he has 3b eligibility). Would you rank him in the “Is this the last tier I love as my 3rd baseman” with Franco and Seager? Actually eff that Franco is going the 11-13th round in a 12 team so his value is much better than Sano and a tad higher than Seager.

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  1. Thanks! Dare to dream! 2. Sano will be ranked tomorrow in the DHs, then will be ranked overall amongst 3rd basemen and everyone

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Teddy, do you use the Excel War Room?

              • Teddy Heater says:
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                @Grey: I open it up and then tweak it so it fits on a sheet I can see it, but to answer you, Yes I use Excel.

                • Teddy Heater says:
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                  @Teddy Heater: Wow, that made no sense. Strike that from the official RB record! Yes I “Heart” the Excel War Room

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Can you answer people’s questions on it? I have it filled in but I don’t use it so I don’t want to post it… I need someone to post it and answer questions on it… Waiting to hear back from guy from last year

                  • Teddy Heater says:
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                    @Grey: I’m open to answer questions on it, but I’m sure how the links/questions work. As long as I don’t have to go through the feed and answer each question. If you can direct them to me I’ll totally do it.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Okay, cool… Hopefully the other guy can do it…

            • Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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              @Teddy Heater: here’s claiming over 90% of people who say that mean vagina, just that they didn’t know the likely orgin of the phrase.

  30. Speill says:
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    I know opinions are like, you know. So I’ll call it help. 8 team espn roto 6×6 with QS and TB as extra 2 categories. Basic $260 auction budget. Each team can retain 7 keepers which leaves the auction pool with plenty of talent. Listed are my choices with $ amount. Donaldson $16. Marte $9. JD Martinez $4. Chris Davis $15. Votto $12. Nelson Cruz $13. Bogaerts $4. Remaining to choose from. Dickerson $4. Arrieta $17. Kershaw $35. J Upton $17. Dozier $4. Rendon $4. Fielder $14. Addison Russell $5. I have always gone strong with bats as keepers as pitching tends to be always available. I think all these guys are undervalued and would fetch a lot more if I released them back into the draft pool. Arrieta may be strong keeper if I were to keep 1 arm. Thanks guys

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’d want Arrieta over Cruz then your other six

  31. anthony says:
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    @Grey: What happened to the order? I thought top 100 overall was next ?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nope

    • Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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      @anthony: notice he did go to 122 though, so it fulfilled the function of what you wanted.

  32. GrezMSU says:
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    My H2H pts League uses CBS and has a problem with unbalanced pitching starts.

    One team will have 13 starts against 8 for the other team.

    Does anyone know of a site that offers the ability to control Max starts per week or at least what are the best site alternatives to CBS?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Not sure, sorry, maybe someone else will know

    • Kung Pao Panda says:
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      @GrezMSU: In my experience, ESPN tracks start limits correctly, but the only issue is that if the limit isn’t reached before the last day (of the week, or the year in roto) a team can stack starters and all stats count. So it’s better than no start limits but still not ideal.

      I saw an argument here near the end of last year, when someone stacked multiple starts in an RCL on the day they hit the limit. So the limit was 180 starts, someone had 179, then picked up 4 streamers or whatever on day they hit limit and got three more starts than others. I think that’s kind of bush league but that wasn’t the most common opinion in the comments. Most common opinion here was if system allows it and you know it you should do it.

      • Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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        @Kung Pao Panda: i’m pretty sure you can do that in yahoo as well.

  33. Nightpandas says:
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    Hey Grey, was offered Degrom and Braun for Rizzo, got Miggy as well to play 1st. Will be going for it this year but it is a keep 11.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Meh

  34. David says:
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    12 team 6×6 with OBP replacing AVG and OBPS being the 6th category. Must keep 4 hitters and can keep forever or only one year. Which one do I throw back? Pederson, Pollock, Rizzo, Stanton or Franco. Thanks in advance.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Pederson

  35. Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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    20 team dynasty with 1 per position (exact OF spots), 1 util, 5 SP, 7 RP (at most 1 BN pitcher to prevent hoarding, so at most 6 SP, i don’t do that SP in RP slots, i want holds/saves guys there). keep up to 25 predraft (so gotta drop at least 9 to be able to pick somebody at pick 6 overall). H2H. added stats are doubles, triples, hits, BB’s, OPS, and defensive stuff like Putouts, double plays, OF assists, assists, and fielding % for hitters, and holds, QS, doubleplays, relief wins, pickoffs, relief appearances, OBP against, K/9. 5 DL/5 NA slots to stash guys. I’m TEX here and have to keep at least 9 TEX players at all times.
    C zunino/mcbrien
    1B Fielder (sucks for putouts that he doesn’t actually play 1B, it hurts in this one)/forsythe
    2B – forsythe/profar
    SS – andrus/profar
    3B beltre/franco/tomas/gallo
    LF upton/gallo/tomas
    CF hicks/sunday santana
    RF stanton/choo/gallo/beltran
    NA – tim anderson/tapia
    SP – darvish/d.holland/hammel/heaney/liriano/quintana/fiers
    RP – k-rob/tolleson/giles/kela/may/robles
    NA – urias/bradley
    Looking like obv drops are beltran/may/robles/zunino/o’brien (held only in case he was left up and was catcher, neither is true)/santana and at least 2 more from bradley (still big name prospect though, will probably be NAable at start of year)/d.holland/hammel/heaney/quintana/fiers/forsythe (he has more value here with the defensive stuff though)
    1. which 2. (technically i have 9 TEX guys if i drop holland, but possibly easier to hold that number keeping him)
    2. should trade franco for odor (could drop forsythe then). i know franco has much better projections for this year though, other than steals, and i’m very weak at steals now (used to have choo/leonys doing those)
    3. should i trade a 2nd rounder for shark? that is pick 26 overall, and i’d have to drop an additional starter to do it

    this is the roster where last year’s ranking of leonys 3 spots higher than cain sugar preseason really hurt, as i didn’t keep cain sugar. also used to have ozuna here but i dropped him with his horribleness/GB rates/ownership hatred/demotion last year. really gotta hope hicks gets at bats now too.

    • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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      @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: 4. will certainly try to move yes…many for odor and can add any/all draft picks that aren’t 1st overall.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      May, Zunino… Sure Odor… Sure Shark

      • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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        @Grey: i’m already dropping all of
        beltran/may/zunino/o’brien/robles/domingo
        have to drop 3 more out of
        d.holland/hammel/heaney/quintana/fiers/forsythe/bradley to be able to use pick 6 overall,
        and if i trade for shark i’d have to drop a 4th out of that group.

        • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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          @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: if those starters are that good you could add tapia/t.anderson to those drop 3 list.

          • Aubrey Plaza's Pillow says:
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            @Aubrey Plaza’s Pillow: sorry, rosterwise, i have to drop 1 SP for sure (max 6 SP since i BN pitcher max), and streaming one of them works in this league, even being 20 teamer, so dropping at least 2 makes some sense while holding great prospects like t.anderson/tapia.

  36. Teddy Heater says:
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    BFF, I feel like you’re Spock and I’m Jim! (I didn’t watch Star Trek, as I was dedicated to Star Wars, He-Man, G.I. Joe, Transformers, Hotwheels and Legos) From what I’ve gathered Jim makes rash decisions and Spock is similar to Yoda cause he’s wise and systematic. I did another draft, 12 team 5×5. I feel like I corrected the SP issues from earlier………… (BTW Yahoo decided to suspend avatar’s, unless you had a previous one. Apparently I had the Razzball jersey as my last baseball avatar, so I’m representing RB) I feel like the pitching came together in this draft. Pissed I missed Deshields.

    C-empty
    E5
    Odor
    Franco
    C Seager
    Trout
    JDong
    Upton
    Belt
    Krush Jr
    Bench-Conforto, Starlin

    Noah
    Salazar
    Giles
    K-Rod
    Capps
    W Smith
    C Smith
    Storen
    Bench-McCullers, Walker, Rodon, Buchholz

    • nick the dick says:
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      @Teddy Heater: Fwiw, every Yahoo mock I’ve done so far I took Noah as my first pitcher too, ending up with those same tier of guys McCullers, Carrasco, C-Mart types and it seemed to work well. Good looking high upside team. Kinda wonky rankings in spots, so a lot of guys we like ’round here late. Can afford to mess around and grab Beefy Well for a C too

      • Teddy Heater says:
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        @nick the dick: I was gonna draft Castillo, but he got drafted 8 spots in front of my 22nd pick. Going to grab Norris, Hundley or Gomes. Thanks for the critique, I welcome all feedback from RB Vets.

        • nick the dick says:
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          @Teddy Heater:Yeah buddy..Franco, Odor, Krush, Belt, Giles and Rodon go suuuuper late in Yahoo, not to mention Delino and Capps. Tasty.

          • J-FOH says:
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            @nick the dick: sad thing is yahoo will adjust ranks as adp changes. If you do a yahoo draft close to opening day they will correct themselves to what the populous has done. It’s lame but also keeps people honest. It also shows how lazy and poor their rankers are to start the year.

            • nick the dick says:
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              @J-FOH: Yup for sure. But for the purposes of drafting meaningless teams right now it’s easy pickins. If they adjust, you can still know where the values were. We’re only talking one site anyways but drafting solid teams in early February makes me feel aliiiive!

        • nick the dick says:
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          @Teddy Heater: Oh, also you blew my mind with Top Chef Antonia having a kid with The Overweight Lover himself. Wowza.

          • Teddy Heater says:
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            @nick the dick: My wife and I were like WTF?!

  37. Nightpandas says:
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    Degrom Braun Kimbrel

    Vs

    Cueto Miggy

    • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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      @Nightpandas: probably miggy in redraft, but maybe not if degrom is that much higher ranked that cueto for this year already.

        • Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey says:
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          @Nightpandas: rosterwise then probably braun side, which it would’ve been in keeper/dynasty anyway i’d assume since age diff from degromit to cueto.

  38. J_Ceol says:
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    Hey Grey!! I can smell the baseball.. uhhh wait.. that’s my hockey bag.. I should have let it air out, outside…

    Ok! I need some advice here for an AL only ROTO league and we are preparing our keepers. I’ve got some decent options and might actually throw back some guys and go in with extra money. Right now though he is offering some tasty deals.

    I’ve got Jose Altuve and JD Martinez both reasonably priced.

    He is offering me George Springer, Miguel Sano, Delino DeShields Jr., and something like Pedroia or Byron Buxton.. for those two of mine.

    I can keep any guy for 2-3 years at the longest depending on how high I want to take their salary.. What would you do?

    I love me some Sano and the way you have Springer ranked makes me extra tempted. But I’m not sure I should cut ties with JD or Altuve honestly. If I keep those two I might end up keeping Buxton and Adam Eaton as well.. But not sure what else.

    What do you think? Would you go all in on Springer and Sano plus additions or stay put with little midget Altuve and JD Banger?

    Thanks and as always love the articles. You’re da best!

    • Dan says:
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      @J_Ceol: Springer, Sano

      Grey, where do you rank Sano?

      • Good Will Hunting 2: Hunting Season says:
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        @Dan: if you mean overall he mentioned above it’ll be in overall rankings which’ll be out right after pitchers.

  39. Cheesypoofs says:
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    Need to keep 2 out of 5: Bogaerts, Sano, Corey Seager, Strasburg, Syndergaard. Thanks.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Noah, Seager

      • Cheesypoofs says:
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        @Grey: Thanks. That makes my keepers
        Miguel Cabrera
        Carlos Correa
        Manny Machado
        Starlin Marte
        Buster Posey
        George Springer
        Corey Seager
        Giancarlo Stanton
        Gerrit Cole
        Noah Syndergaard

        Would you keep any of the three left over what I have?

  40. Dave F says:
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    Grey,

    Would you consider doing a “how do draft OF” post much in the same manner you do one for SP? Would be beneficial for sure.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I’ll consider it

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