The top 20 shortstops for 2019 (what this is, read the title once in a while) are deeper than the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 (not clickbait at all), and even deeper than the top 20 1st basemen for 2019 (click or not, but don’t judge me). Rhys Hoskins, the 20th ranked 1st baseman, was about as valuable as the 23rd ranked shortstop (Asdrubal). To make sure we’re not losing perspective, the 20th ranked shortstop was better than the 6th ranked catcher. The catchers were still terrible, don’t get it twisted — sorry, it’s too late for your Mitch Haniger, you need to get it untwisted. Without further Machado, this final ranking is from our Fantasy Baseball Player Rater with my comments.  The Player Rater allows me to be impartial while looking at how I ranked them in the preseason.  Anyway, here’s the top 20 shortstops for 2019 fantasy baseball and how they compare to where I originally ranked them:

1. Alex Bregman – Focused on 5×5, but his .423 OBP is bonerific. He upped his walk rate to 17.2 (from 13.6), held his K% at 12, and only had a 18.6% HR/FB. You were worried about his elbow in the preseason, but ended the season worried about your own elbow because of the aforementioned bonerific nature of his stats. “I can’t go to Friendly’s tonight, mom! No, I’m not looking at Bregman’s stats again!” Preseason Rank #3, 2019 Projections: 101/33/107/.288/12 in 589 ABs, Final Numbers: 122/41/112/.296/5 in 554 ABs

2. Trevor Story – Pretty much nailed my Story preseason projections, besides his runs and RBIs and there was no accounting for him becoming the leadoff man, unless you just assumed Bud Black is stupid, and, now that I put it that way, I should’ve assumed it. I will say this for the dumpster fire that is the Rockies’ player management, if guys want to steal, they don’t hold them back. Story now has 23+ steals two years in a row and, if I were managing him, I prolly would’ve limited him to under five. Lucky that Bud Black is managing the Rockies–*bursts out laughing* I’m sorry, I tried to get through that without massive giggles. Preseason Rank #6, 2019 Projections: 90/34/105/.276/17 in 582 ABs, Final Numbers: 111/35/85/.294/23 in 588 ABs

3. Jonathan Villar – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

4. Xander Bogaerts – I don’t want this to become about 2020 (which is what I say before making this about 2020), but, wow, people do not seem as impressed with Bogaerts as I am, if early drafts and mocks hold up. His HR/FB% was 16.7, that is way within his ability, and he upped his fly balls this year, as he has promised in previous years, and he’s in a lineup/park that easily produces a repeat of his stats. All as he sits in his prime. I’m not a fan of batting average first guys, but, with neutral luck, Bogaerts doesn’t hit below .290. Without injury, he feels like a top 5 shortstop for at least the next two years. Preseason Rank #8, 2019 Projections: 89/25/105/.291/10 in 534 ABs, Final Numbers: 110/33/117/.309/4 in 614 ABs

5. Ketel Marte – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

6. Marcus Semien – He had a funny year, and not because you can’t get away from the double entendres when you say Semien really came into his own, but because I still don’t think people understand how good a season it is that he had. Semien became a great leadoff man. His Ks dropped from 18.6% to 13.7% and walks went up from 8.7% to 11.6%. Ready for some wonky math? Great! Almost 5% down on Ks and 3% up on walks, so that’s 8% total difference. I wonder what the highest percentage difference is for a player in 2019 who had at least 2500 previous major league at-bats. I have to think Semien’s close to the best, or edging near. Preseason Rank #20, 2019 Projections: 68/20/80/.246/12 in 551 ABs, Final Numbers: 123/33/92/.285/10 in 657 ABs

7. Francisco Lindor – Everyone knows Lindor at this point, so will keep it brief. If Lindor had an extra 75 ABs given back to him because of lost injury time, he would’ve been the 2nd best shortstop. Preseason Rank #5, 2019 Projections: 89/28/91/.282/18 in 525 ABs, Final Numbers: 101/32/74/.284/22 in 598 ABs

8. Trea Turner – I’m surprised I only projected him for 41 steals, but not as surprised I was that he only stole two bags in a game once after Opening Day. It’s hard for a guy with his speed to not steal at least two bags in a game, so I have to think it was on purpose, due to his hand injury. Not like he wasn’t on base a ton to steal or was caught a lot of times. What’s even odder, he seemed to have no problem hitting, which you would think the hand injury would’ve hurt, if that was a problem. Honestly, I’m still trying to work through what Treat Urner was and can be. 20/35 is solid, though Villar does that two rounds later. Preseason Rank #5, 2019 Projections: 105/20/71/.292/41 in 603 ABs, Final Numbers: 96/19/57/.298/35 in 521 ABs

9. Eduardo Escobar – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

10. Gleyber Torres – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

11. Javier Baez – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

12. Elvis Andrus – He stole 15 more bags than I predicted (remember, he only stole 5 bags in 2018 and under 30 the previous four years). Those 15 steals don’t sound like a lot, until you consider only 32 players stole more than 15 bags, and five players stole more than 31 bags. Somewhere, Ron LeFlore’s running down a line, thinking WTF. Preseason Rank #23, 2019 Projections: 81/8/61/.261/15 in 577 ABs, Final Numbers: 81/12/72/.275/31 in 600 ABs

13. Tim Anderson – To undercut my pristine genius of ranking Anderson 13th and him finishing 13th, I honestly didn’t come anywhere near a correct projection for Anderson. I even projected him for three benches-clearing bat flips and he only had one. I was almost a hundred points off on his average (!!!) because his BABIP was .399 (exclamation mark times infinity). Preseason Rank #13, 2019 Projections: 72/21/84/.248/24 in 577 ABs, Final Numbers: 81/18/56/.335/17 in 498 ABs

14. Jorge Polanco – I’m not taking a bow or picking up tossed roses from the stage for Jo-Po, but Rudy absolutely should. His preseason ranking had Polanco 13th. Hashtag Rudy nailed it. Preseason Rank #36, 2019 Projections: 78/13/39/.262/13 in 561 ABs, Final Numbers: 107/22/79/.295/4 in 631 ABs

15. Adalberto Mondesi – While I did take half an L on Anderson and a full L on Polanco, I refuse to L Mondesi. He didn’t return top 20 overall value, but he would’ve came very close to it if he didn’t miss sixty games. If I remember correctly (and I do), he was a top 15 overall bat when he went down to injury. His projections and end-of-season stats are actually very close and he missed at least five weeks worth of at-bats on my projections vs. reality. I’m still sucking on the teet of Mondesi and I won’t stop any time soon. Preseason Rank #7, 2019 Projections: 91/20/71/.249/40 in 594 ABs, Final Numbers: 58/9/62/.263/43 in 415 ABs

16. Amed Rosario – If McNeil and Albombso went from zero to hero in record time, Rosario is thinking, “It’s a marathon, not a sprint.” He moves up a few slots each year, but he’s only 23 years old, so, yes, I’m going to love him next year. 24 years old? Juiced ball? 25+ steal speed? Prepare for a lovefest; it’s coming. Preseason Rank #19, 2019 Projections: 71/16/48/.268/22 in 595 ABs, Final Numbers: 75/15/72/.287/19 in 616 ABs

17. Manny Machado – I should’ve discounted Machado more for his move to San Diego. Petco’s not the worst park and their lineup isn’t the bottom of the barrel for barrels, but take a guy who doesn’t care and put him in the world’s nicest weather? Dude, I don’t blame Manny, I’d be lamping for months at a time too, playing baseball in flip-flops. Preseason Rank #4, 2019 Projections: 96/34/105/.281/12 in 602 ABs, Final Numbers: 81/32/85/.256/5 in 587 ABs

18. Paul DeJong – Colonel Mustard in a Starbucks with a stack of coffee sleeves! DeJong’s perfs (what the kids call them) are indicating to me he’s Kyle Schwarber without the constant late-night phone calls from Joe Buck. Preseason Rank #22, 2019 Projections: 78/27/87/.250/2 in 566 ABs, Final Numbers: 97/30/78/.233/9 in 583 ABs

19. Fernando Tatis Jr. – FTJ! Fun the Jewels fast! All of that, but no one, and I repeat no one is talking about how he had a .410 BABIP and a 29.6% strikeout rate. Damn, I don’t want to be the bad guy with Tatis Jr., but those aren’t the most alluring numbers. The great news is, of course, his K% should fall, but by how much? Does his BABIP fall too? It has to, doesn’t it? Please, world, don’t make me the Grinch who stole the fun from Fun the Jewels. Preseason Rank #18, 2019 Projections: 14/3/11/.252/3 in 75 ABs, Final Numbers: 61/22/53/.317/16 in 334 ABs

20. Kevin Newman – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball.

  1. Harley Earl says:
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    Despite moving to Philadelphia and batting near or at the top of the order all season long, Jean Segura didn’t even finish in the top 20. What a complete debacle.

    So, Grey, is this an anomaly or is Mr. Segura already in decline? I’m afraid this may be the beginning of the end for him.

    • Slappy Jack says:
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      I’m not sure, I’m giving the whole Phily’s lineup a mulligan for 2019

      • LennyDykstraIsJustMisunderstood says:
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        I’m with Slappy on that injuries created some holes and the Kaplar analytics bullshiite and crazy lineups had a negative impact.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        But Segura’s profile doesn’t age well… Philly might bounce back, but Segura is Andrus at best, and what he was in 2019 at worst

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          At worst, and likely as he ages

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Segura was one of the worst P’s of S’s — seems like decline

      • Dave D says:
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        He seems to be drafted way higher than his performance dictates. There was some hype with Philly and Harper this past year. I agree, though, discriminating based on age is a great practice for a fantasy manager many of us could better implement. Plus, nobody will sue you for lost wages, etc. I think Id much rather have A. Rosario at his ADP than Segura at his for my MI or second SS. Probably several others too.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, agreed and agreed… Amed was better this year, is way younger and should be better next year, while Segura has a strong chance of being worse

          • Harley Earl says:
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            Yeah, I just think Segura has turned the corner. The wrong corner.

            Age is catching up to him. He’ll be 30 next season. Not a good age for someone whose value is half-based on speed, and his speed completely disappeared this year. I have him on a dynasty team so I’ll hold him and see where he goes the first 2-3 months but I won’t hold him tight if he struggles. Might be about time to let go.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Yeah, not the time to buy in, of course if he’s super cheap maybe

  2. Jordan says:
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    “I wonder what the highest percentage difference is for a player in 2019 who had at least 2500 previous major league at-bats. I have to think Semien’s close to the best, or edging near.”

    I took the bait. Fangraphs “season stat grid” makes this relatively easy, though they only have bb/k ratio, and not K%-BB%, and one cannot filter based on career PAs. I said relatively!

    2019 improvement in BB to K ratio ranks, min. 600 PA both seasons:
    1) Cody Bellinger (bb to k ratio improved by .42)
    2) Marcus Semien (bb to k ratio improved by .39)
    3) Alex Bregman (.3)

    Further, only the following players at bigger year-over-year improvements than Semien in the past 5 years: Victor Martinez 2014, Buster Posey 2015, Joey Votto and Anthony Rendon 2017, Jose Ramirez and Alex Bregman 2018

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Awesome! Thanks so much! That is exactly what I was hoping!

      • Jordan says:
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        Sure :) Now we never have to cross-reference your intuition again!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha

  3. M says:
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    Are you out on Machado 2020 and beyond? Serms like he dorsn’t care (even more) now that he got paid

    • Slappy Jack says:
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      I feel like he played better when Tatis was in the lineup making him look bad (worse?)

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Depends on price for me

    • Chris says:
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      Machado needs to improve his home numbers, so don’t know how much improvement is to be had. But the lineup was pretty bad without Reyes and Tatis.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree with DT, but Machado’s profile is readily available now

  4. Bodacious Taters says:
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    I only have a year to mull this over: E.Escobar or J.Bieber @ $9 ? . . . Tanks

    • Slappy Jack says:
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      Bieber by a mile

    • Donkey Teeth

      Donkey Teeth says:
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      Bieber by a quarter mile at most

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Agree, Bieber — distance is debatable tho

  5. sportivetricks says:
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    Lurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrves!!!!!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Sportive!

  6. zombie says:
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    FJT is a tough one. All goodness while on the field despite BABIP & SO rate. In a league where we can only keep three players, I’m having a tough time with the third choice. Both players were FA acquisitions and neither played a full season, to make you comfortable enough to rely on. Do you keep FJT who’s numbers don’t exactly scream sustainability? Or Yordan, who’s gaudy numbers extrapolate to Ruthian levels? Yordan’s not even close in the way too early mocks. But I suspect that his ADP will rise; while everyone will likely shoot holes in young Tat’s untenable production. Have to believe Yordan is a full timer rightfielder in HOU. Beastly projections. While FJT’s had multiple injuries, AND playing in SD. Tougher call than one might think! Thanks & love the season positional recaps!

    • Donkey Teeth

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      Assuming 5×5, it’s Tatis all day for me. You can’t pass on the 5 category production.

      I love Yordan too but there’s no steals coming from him and he’s gonna clog your utility slot for at least a portion of the season. Throwing Tatis back in any sorta keeper league would make my stomach turn.

      Who are your other two keepers btw?

      • Curious George says:
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        Your “stomach turning” comment is indicative of my predicament DT. Similar situation – keep two 8×8 cats
        (HR, XBH, R, RBI, K’s, SBN, AVG, OPS)
        Acuna – 6th round
        Soto – 21st round
        Tatis – 24th round
        (And buehler in the 22nd, but thinking I lean two hitters?)
        Ugh. Knowing my luck tatis will look stellar in spring training and make it even harder for me. Thoughts DT?

        • Donkey Teeth

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          That’s fun. Tough not to go with Acuna & Soto there.

          In an 8×8 league the advantage of a player like Tatis with major steals potential as compared to Soto is pretty limited. 1 of 8 categories is much less important than 1 of 5 categories.

          • Curious George says:
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            That’s what I was thinking. First place gets to keep three and I was eliminated from the playoffs on a tie. He advanced because he was the higher seed (won his division) even though I had the head to head and a better overall record. Needless to say – I was devastated.

      • zombie says:
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        Yes 5×5, Donk. Before Grey playing bad guy, I didn’t think it very debatable either. Other Keepers are Acuna & Bellinger (yup, won the league – with yo’help. gracias.). So, off to a pretty balanced start. Thinking that similar Yordan production can be found in a Judge, Giancarlo, or even an Edwin or Solar type that should be left off a 3 keeper format. While FJTs 5 cats are harder to some by. IF, IF , IF he can stay on the field and make contact. Thanks again!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yordan is replacable and without the UTIL albatross

        • Donkey Teeth

          Donkey Teeth says:
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          Congrats on the W!

          No problem!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks! I think you have to go FTJ, like I alluded to in the post… If Tatis gets 25/25 without any runs, RBIs or AVG he’s a top 5 SS

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    Semien’s breakout seems legit. Where does he rank in 2020 overall, top 50?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      50-70

  8. Donkey Teeth

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    Fair points on Tatis.

    Agree we shouldn’t be drafting him expecting a 320 average. But even if it comes down 50 points you’re still looking at a 267 hitter with what feels like a 30/20 floor, 40/40 ceiling. If that’s not worth a first round pick then what is?

    A sect of people, ::cough:: CBS ::cough::, will get all Acunay on Tatis next draft season (small sample, no track record, high K rate, yadda yadda) and I agree the average risks are a little bit higher than Acuna’s were coming into 2019, but their fantasy upside is equal—#1 overall player.

    Remember, this is a 20 year old kid who could improve his plate discipline AND develop even more power next year. I think that’s gonna be the story line that gets neglected next draft season, not the high BABIP/K rate. Don’t doubt the special talents.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, don’t disagree… As mentioned right above in comment if Tatis goes 0/25/0/0/25, he’s likely a top 5 SS, that’s hard to turn down

      • Coolwhip

        Coolwhip says:
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        *snarky voice* 25 HRs also comes with 25 runs and 25 rbis ;^)

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Haha, you know what I mean!

  9. I’ll be trying to figure out all offseason how to get both Jewels and Bichette in ’20

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Should be able to do it

  10. IV says:
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    The answer to your Semien query was as you thought. His total positive change in both K% and BB% (7.8%) for a batter in 2019 who had a 2500 previous career PA was the largest of the year for a qualified batter. Only Howie Kendrick (370 PA, 9.1% positive change) and Mark Trumbo (31 PA, 8%) were higher if we include all batters.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nice! Thanks! Someone above returned slightly different findings tho

      • IV says:
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        No problem and just saw that after posting. Different methods but tell us we should love Semien.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Ha, yup!

  11. toolshed says:
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    Lindor’s had a great season, but finished poorly. His last 15 games he hit .183 with 1 hr (last day of the season) and 1 sb. He may not have jumped up in the ranks with the extra at bats, cust kayin as you would say.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Meh, I guess, hard to say

    • LOVE Lindor! – 5 star General!

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Come on March!

  12. Nitro says:
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    Need to decide on 6 keepers in forever keeper league:
    TROUT

    Then have to decide on 5 more from:

    Tatis JR.
    Story
    Y Alvarez
    Machado
    Muncy
    Rizzo
    Flaherty
    Snell

    What do you think?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Tatis JR.
      Story
      Y Alvarez
      Flaherty
      Snell

  13. nitro says:
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    Thanks. It came down to Rizzo or Snell for me.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, close but Snell could be top SP in baseball and Rizzo is replaceable

  14. Stumanji! says:
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    Way too early keeper thoughts for 2 leagues:

    LEAGUE 1: (10 tm, H2H, OPS instead of BA – $260 auction budget)
    KEEP 5 forever with 20% price increase:
    Trout $48
    Yelich $48
    Albombso! $1
    Treat Urner $5
    E. Suarez $25
    Mondesi $25
    J. Baez $14
    Buehler $30
    Verlander $28
    Bieber $11
    Scherzer $17
    Strasburg $17

    LEAGUE 2: (12 tm, Roto, OPS instead of BA, snake draft)
    KEEP any 6 forever, no link to draft round:
    Trout
    Lemahieu
    Matt Chapman
    Story
    Villar
    Altuve
    E. Escobar
    V. Robles
    E. Rosario
    Bryant
    Ryu
    Sonny Gray
    Yates
    R. Osuna

    Thinking I might want to try to trade a keeper bat for a keeper SP in the off-season in league 2.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      1. Trout $48
      Yelich $48
      Albombso! $1
      Treat Urner $5
      Baez

      2. Trout, Story
      Villar
      Altuve
      Chapman, Bryant — meh

      • Stumanji! says:
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        You don’t think Vic Robles is on a Villar-like trajectory, which would make him keeper worthy? He’s only 22, big pedigree, put up 17 & 28 this year, and I’d imagine it they move him out of the 8-hole next year for an increase in his Run and SB totals. Still like Chapman over him?

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Matt Chapman? I do like Chapman a lot if that’sthe one… Ask questions on the newest post so I know who you’re talking about

          • Stumanji! says:
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            I was replying to my comment above…maybe you’re looking in a different format that’s missing the thread. You recommended Trout, Story, Villar, Altuve, Matt Chapman, Bryant as 6 keepers from the list below. I’ll move to the newest post for future comments.

            LEAGUE 2: (12 tm, Roto, OPS instead of BA, snake draft)
            KEEP any 6 forever, no link to draft round:
            Trout
            Lemahieu
            Matt Chapman
            Story
            Villar
            Altuve
            E. Escobar
            V. Robles
            E. Rosario
            Bryant

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Ah, okay, yeah, I’m on my phone and it’s hard to jump around from one post to another and my phone’s open to my newest post… Anyway… I see what you’re saying… Robles and Chapman are the end of the keeper pickle… It’s between them… Maybe Bryant out if you’re feeling that and keep both… They’re all close

  15. Coolwhip

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    Wow! Semien beat Villar in total ABs by 15. So a quick look, the AB leaders for 2019 are :
    1. Merrifield 681
    2. Semien 657
    3. Devers 647
    4. Villar 642
    5. Albies 640
    2018 Treat was leader at 664, 2017 Lindor was leader at 651

    Not saying its everything, but opportunity is certainly a factor for performance. e.g. Merrifield had a career high in HRs, but he also had 50 more ABs, yet had the lowest Hardhit% of career (28.9%!!!).
    And also partly true for Villar and Semien. This year Semien had 747 PAs thats 40 more than last season, and 120+ more than any season prior. Now, he was actually a better hitter setting personal bests in most metrics (yet strangely mediocre compared to the field in hardhit% and EV), but the opportunity this year certainly helped him maximize the return on his improvements. #funfacts

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Good stuff! If someone is getting 600+ ABs (looking at Castro), they are automatics in deep leagues… Other than that, gotta discount some of these guys’ stats bc their opportunities were so high

    • M says:
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      Yeah If I recall correctly Blackmon had like 650+ AB’s in 2017 & 18 when he had his peak years

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Sounds about white—I mean Blackmon—I mean right

  16. LOVE Lindor! – 5 star General!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Come on March!

  17. Scrapski says:
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    Grey,
    Thanks for everything.
    George “scrapiron” Gadaski

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      No problem!

  18. TarmanGotHim says:
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    Hey Grey!

    Early keeper question for next season.

    Going into the 4th year in me keeper. Won year one, second year 2, my keepers, my draft, everything went awry and I finished pretty much last this year.

    Next year I’ll be staying 5th in a 12 team league

    This is our settings

    Yahoo H2H 6X6 12 Team
    R HR RBI SB AVG OPS
    K ERA WHIP K/9 QS S+H

    I’m leaning on keeping the following:
    Juan Soto OF
    Yordan Alvarez OF
    Ozzie Albies 2B
    GIancarlo Stanton OF
    Jack Flahtery SP

    I said I’d never keep Stanton again but can I really not keep him? I mean I couldn’t and I don’t want to but he’s due for a healthy season next year and a 100/40/100/5+ type season IMO.

    Here’s are the guys to consider keeping. What would you do?

    The above
    +
    Andrew Benintendi (in his dream, chump) the numbers he put up with the juiced ball and on the Red Sox and to be elite and essentially be in a season long slump, you have to wonder if he was injured or his head was elsewhere. He was dreadful and I came in 2nd in my other league and didn’t drop him because he’s the guy you drafted so high you just had to keep thinking, even u til the finals that he would bust out of him. As I’m writing league I just realized I dropped him at the end of season due to spite LOL. Forget it, but can’t we get a chuckle?
    -Tim Anderson
    -Marcus Semien
    -Rhys Hoskins (OBP, I can see, not OPS AVG, I kept him for 2 years, never again, in the juiced ball era, I can get similar if not better stats from the likes of Gruichuk, Renata Nunez, Pederson, etc.
    -Shane Bieber
    -Luis Castillo
    -Victor Robles
    -Bichette

    I’m considering keeping Robles over Stanton.

    Hope I didn’t confuse you with the banter, but thanks for your input Grey.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      How many do you keep?

      • TarmanGotHim says:
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        Keep 5

  19. Cohen says:
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    Hi Grey, im goin to Dodger/Nationals game tonight.
    Who u think wins?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Nats, I think, but kinda want Dodgers

      • Donkey Teeth

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        Oh no you didn’t!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Dude I wanna go to a World Series game!

          • Donkey Teeth

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            Just fly to Washington!

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              I’m going to Houston, it’s closer

              • Donkey Teeth

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                You spelled Tampa wrong

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  What? I thought we needed the Astros?

                  • Donkey Teeth

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                    Itch and I have the Rays though…take your Dodgers rooting back and I’ll take my Rays rooting back!

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      You’re gonna with Itch and that busted parlay? Okay, you’re out on the winner’s ticket

                    • Donkey Teeth

                      Donkey Teeth says:
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                      Don’t try to act like I’m the one that started this!

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      You did tho

                    • Donkey Teeth

                      Donkey Teeth says:
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                      1st you get greedy for that Corbin relief win, then you root for the Dodgers

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      I’m not rooting for the Dodgers…per se

                    • Donkey Teeth

                      Donkey Teeth says:
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                      OK lets make up. I can’t stay mad at you.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      *pulls away, softens, turns back* But you hurt me

                    • Donkey Teeth

                      Donkey Teeth says:
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                      Hehe

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