As terrible as the 2nd basemen were, the top 20 shortstops for 2020 fantasy baseball were that good. Just absolute nails, and not like the Nails interview Donkey Teeth and I did with Lenny Dykstra on our Patreon podcast (it’s $5/month; the price of one fancy coffee if you’re in a non-fancy coffee shop) where Nails is having sex while talking to us, but nails like nails nails. These guys could make a difference for your fantasy team. From the top, until, well, they fall off at a certain point. We’ll get there. To recap my recap before the recap, this final ranking is from our Fantasy Baseball Player Rater with my comments. This is not for next year. Anyway, here’s the top 20 shortstops for 2020 fantasy baseball and how they compared to where I originally ranked them:

1. Trea Turner – So, Treat Urner wasn’t only the top shortstop, he was also the top hitter in all of fantasy. (#2 was FTJ, so, yeah, it was a good year for top shortstops.)  Digging in on Treat Urner like someone named Treat Digger, who picks out all the good mix-ins from your ice cream and leaves your chocolate chip ice cream as vanilla, I couldn’t find a damn thing on Urner. His Launch Angle was actually flatter, and, while his fly balls went up (literally); it was not dramatic. His Hard Contact and Exit Velocity were basically samesies, and his HR/FB% went up, naturally, but not insanely. I’m flummoxed! The only thing I can think, and I’ll admit to be stretching, he hit a handful of homers that just cleared the fences, so he was really a seven-homer guy vs. 12 homers, but since it’s a small sample, it’s not showing up as largely flukey, and his power had no time to regress back to the norm. Preseason Rank #3, 2020 Projections: 41/7/23/.287/15 in 229 ABs, Final Numbers: 46/12/41/.335/12 in 233 ABs

2. Fernando Tatis Jr. – He was ranked in the top ten for me. This past year. So, when people (ESPN, for unstints) start talking about how Tatis is now a top ten hitter for 2021. Please inform them he was already, which is why Razzball had him ranked there. Also, his stats make him an easy top five hitter going forward, maybe top two, maybe, dare I say–Well, he hit 62.2% of balls hard. That’s pretty good, and that’s a wildly modest way to say Fernando Tatis Jr. aka FTJ aka Fun The Jewels is absolutely gorgeous. Preseason Rank #4, 2020 Projections: 39/12/25/.259/11 in 220 ABs, Final Numbers: 50/17/45/.277/11 in 224 ABs

3. Manny Machado – In 2018, Machado went 37/14/.297 with similar K and walk rates to this year (14.6%, 10.2%, respectively), so this year doesn’t seem that out of nowhere. For whatever reason, it seemed like everyone figured his 2019 season (32/5/.256) was his new normal, but I’m not even sure now why. My rationale in the preseason was he hadn’t been great in San Diego, so he was more of a product of Camden. That might’ve been others’ thinking too. I did say to draft Machado back in January, so I didn’t hate him, but there were a few guys above him that I didn’t like that I just ranked up there:  Gleyber Torres, Jonathan Villar, and Bregman. Three guys who were massive holes this year. A-holes? Yeah, that’s it. Preseason Rank #12, 2020 Projections: 33/13/38/.269/2 in 219 ABs, Final Numbers: 44/16/47/.304/6 in 224 ABs

4. Trevor Story – Everyone talks about position scarcity. That’s fool’s gold. Here’s something you don’t hear elsewhere:  Stacked positions? Draft as many guys as you can from them. Think about this, would you prefer to have Trea Turner and Trevor Story or Trea Turner and JT Realmuto? Is it really close? That’s assuming you nail the position scarcity pick too, because I could’ve easily said, do you prefer Tatis and Machado or Tatis and Gary Sanchez? Whoever came up with position scarcity was someone who didn’t win many fantasy leagues. Preseason Rank #1, 2020 Projections: 39/14/38/.293/6 in 216 ABs, Final Numbers: 41/11/28/.289/15 in 235 ABs

5. Corey Seager – Fully expect him to burn me next year, but I’m buying this breakout. Ks down, and he hit everything hard. On a side, but related note that is prolly more inside baseball than you need to know, Statcast was added to FanGraphs, but they kept their batted ball numbers (provided by someone else). So now you see Seager’s Launch Angle is 11.9, and his HardHit% is 55.4% so that’s a lot of line drives, right? Well, yes and no. Line Drive rates at FanGraphs say 22.6%, but Statcast says 33.3%. Why the difference? Different stat providers judge line drives differently. This isn’t the first or last time that I’ll say I don’t know why they can’t get on same page. It’s massively confusing, and a rabbit hole you prolly don’t care about at all. Preseason Rank #26, 2020 Projections: 31/9/34/.275 in 194 ABs, Final Numbers: 38/15/41/.307/1 in 212 ABs

6. Adalberto Mondesi – His stats ended up not that different from his projections, and he ranked 17th at the end of the year overall, and I ranked him 19th. The thing with him is if there’s another four months of a season, is he more August or September? If he’s more September, he could be the top shortstop and player overall. If he’s more August, he’d fall out of this top 20 shortstops, and top 200 overall. The balancing act with him is his downside is way too scary to ignore, while also accepting he does have huge upside. Look at the Player Rater for him, he had $25.4 worth of value in steals alone. That was by far the highest value for any one category for any player. Next closest was Brad Hand with $18.6 in saves, then Jose Abreu recording $16.8 in RBIs. Think about how awful Mondesi would have to be in four other categories to not be worth owning with $25.4 in steals. That essentially means if you pay $25 for Mondesi in auctions (2nd round value), all he has to give is $1 in other categories to be a good value. Instead, he gave $5 in other categories and was great value. Preseason Rank #6, 2020 Projections: 31/6/29/.258/19 in 206 ABs, Final Numbers: 33/6/22/.256/24 in 219 ABs

7. Dansby Swanson – It’s a bit misrepresentative that I ranked him 21st overall for shortstops. I wrote a sleeper post for him, and there’s just so many great shortstops that he was 21st for shortstops, but there weren’t a ton of bad shortstops above him. I mean, a few — *cough* Kingery *cough* This is my way of saying I love Swanson, and nailed him. Again, not nailed like mentioned in the opening. Preseason Rank #21, 2020 Projections: 30/8/27/.274/4 in 210 ABs, Final Numbers: 49/10/35/.274/5 in 237 ABs

8. Xander Bogaerts – This post is going about 1200 words too long, so I’ll just say Xander Bogaerts hid his lack of fly balls with a huge uptick in steals. You take his steals away, and he was about as valuable as Chris Taylor. Not bad, but not Bogaerts. Preseason Rank #8, 2020 Projections: 39/13/41/.307/2 in 221 ABs, Final Numbers: 36/11/28/.300/8 in 203 ABs

9. Tim Anderson – Damn, this position was stacked this year. From one thru ten, you couldn’t have gone too wrong. Preseason Rank #14, 2020 Projections: 32/8/27/.272/8 in 216 ABs, Final Numbers: 45/10/21/.322/5 in 208 ABs

10. Didi Gregorius – Okay, last point on how many great shortstops there were. Bo Bichette was headed for a great season, until he missed half of it with an injury. Potential bounce backs:  Javier Baez, Carlos Correa, Paul DeJong, Bregman, Gleyber, and Villar. If they all had great years (which is unlikely, but still…), there would’ve been about 30 great shortstops. Didi was also the cut-off for the great shortstops. There’s a few below that didn’t kill you, but the Player Rater value on Didi was $22.5 and Taylor is $13.1. So, yeah, big fall-off. Preseason Rank #19, 2020 Projections: 24/9/30/.268/2 in 202 ABs, Final Numbers: 34/10/40/.284/3 in 215 ABs

11. Chris Taylor – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2020 fantasy baseball recap.

12. Dylan Moore – The beef I have Dylan Moore is if he had 200+ ABs, and the runs and RBIs that comes with that, he’s a top eight shortstop. The beef I don’t have with Dylan Moore is nasty beef in a can, because that’s Dinty Moore. Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers: 26/8/17/.255/12 in 137 ABs

13. Francisco Lindor – Lindor was the cut-off for the solid, not great shortstops. Obviously, when his preseason ranking is factored in, he was not solid, great or passable, but a disappointment. What happened? I think he just had two unlucky months and if I were drafting for 2021 right now, I’d go ahead and still draft Lindor high. Luckily, you prolly don’t need to draft him quite as high, and I’m already excited about getting him at a discount. Now, watch him get traded to the Rockies and his draft price goes a Mile High. Preseason Rank #2, 2020 Projections: 41/13/33/.287/8 in 229 ABs, Final Numbers: 30/8/27/.258/6 in 236 ABs

14. Nick Ahmed – There were 13 shortstops you would’ve been fine with this year. Ahmed is notably number 14. Preseason Rank #37, 2020 Projections: 24/6/26/.248/2 in 198 ABs, Final Numbers: 29/5/29/.266/4 in 199 ABs

15. David Fletcher – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2020 fantasy baseball recap.

16. Joey Wendle – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2020 fantasy baseball recap.

17. J.P. Crawford – Seeing this schmohawk here is shocking. I looked three times at the Player Rater to make sure I hadn’t transposed in my giant dumb brain J.P. Crawford with Brandon Crawford or anyone else. I didn’t. Also, I didn’t mention Crawford once all year, and the reason for that, well, there was no reason to mention him. He hit two homers and stole six bags. Yeah, as previously mentioned, shortstops fell off around the 14th spot. Preseason Rank #47, 2020 Projections: 24/4/18/.222/2 in 168 ABs, Final Numbers: 33/2/24/.255/6 in 204 ABs

18. Jean Segura – Went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2020 fantasy baseball recap.

19. Willy Adames – This begins the section of the top 20 shortstops I like to call, Willy or Willi? Which one has a Y? Willy! Which one did you think you owned but maybe not? Willy! Which one did you think finished higher in the rankings at the end of the year? Willy! To be continued in the next blurb. Preseason Rank #23, 2020 Projections: 27/9/30/.268/2 in 210 ABs, Final Numbers: 29/8/23/.259/2 in 185 ABs

20. Willi Castro – Which Willi is Willi? Willi! Preseason Unranked, Final Numbers: 21/6/24/.349 in 129 ABs

 
  1. Steve-O says:
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    Somehow I was able to win my league without owning a Top 20 SS. Stuck with Semien for most of the time and switched to Cronenworth while he was a Schmatato. Normally though, I think cornering the market on a strong position is a good idea.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, exactly!

  2. Sea Hags says:
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    Early 2021 question for ya.

    George Springer or Austin Meadows.

    I’ve been leaning Springer but since its a keeper league Meadows has been growing on me a bit. My team is young enough that the age difference doesn’t matter to me and I pretty much go all in each season. If you were drafting for a 2021 redraft league, who are you selecting first?

    Springer or Meadows?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Leaning Springer right now

  3. Matty says:
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    Solid work on Mondesi.
    As someone who suffered through and barely held onto him for his September its funny to see that he did exactly what he was expected to do.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yup, pretty much — thanks, Matty!

  4. Rebar says:
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    So Swanson is for real? He will be a top 10 SS next year?
    Or would you sell on the high?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Think he’s for real

    • Leslie F Clarke says:
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      Had Dansby Swanson ( who sounds like a spoiled, rich cousin on Downton Abbey ) ranked as No. 10 SS heading into the season. Had him in my lineup most of the year. Finished 2nd.
      PS: Anyone who think Bregman is “toast” probably is in over his head playing Fantasy Baseball. Just sayin.’

  5. Will says:
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    Raise your hand if you had Dansby Swanson finishing 24th overall on the Player Rater before the season started. Right behind Acuna at number 23.

    Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Anyone? Bueller?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      I did like Dansby, maybe not 24th overall

      • Will says:
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        I had him in my lineup for most of the season so he definitely helped me win the league. But I’m still amazed he finished 24th overall on the player rater. Scoring 49 runs in 60 games definitely helped his value. One thing to like about him is he has improved every year in BAvg and Slg%.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Yeah, I hear ya…I like him a lot too…He feels tailor made for the two-hole in that lineup too, which is great for value

  6. Rebar says:
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    Is Bregman toast? He no longer qualifies as a SS on Fantrax. That sure reduces his value in my opinion. That, and the cheating.

    • Only about 60 players in the history of MLB have an OPS over 900. Bregman at 26 and probably still improving with a career OPS of 902 is far from done IMHO.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Don’t think he’s toast

  7. Gator says:
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    Really really small sample size, but Arozarena has got my attention. Fun to watch. For 2021 who do you like better Arozarena or C Frazier, assuming both are playing full time?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Arozarena’s a fun one, hoping he gets everyday PT, but Cash makes that difficult — tho, Frazier’s no lock for everyday PT either, but your condition is both have it, so Frazier

      • Player X says:
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        I can see Arozarena top 100 player assuming playing time nezt year

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Could also see him being about as valuable as David Peralta

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Who I also like btw, but I’m not buying the farm for the cow just yet

            • Player X says:
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              True, small sample size for sure

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                Yup

                • Gator says:
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                  Add another dinger to the small sample size. I’m sold. Top 100.

                  • Grey

                    Grey says:
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                    Ha, yup

      • douglas clarke says:
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        Kevin Cash reduces the value of Tampa Bay players in Fantasy Baseball. If he had his druthers, he’d platoon at all 8 positions, plus DH … and then he’d top off the ugliness by having 6 starters — none of whom are allowed to go past the 4th inning. Notorius seamhead …. in a bad way.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Ha, that is true

  8. Coolwhip

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    Don’t mind me, I’m just here for a Machado victory lap. *chef’s kiss*

    I think a lot of people assumed he was going to half-ass this season like he literally did the 2nd half of last year, and half-admitted as much. But when the org and team calls you out and you respond by getting in shape, it gets my attention. We know he has the talent, and pride is the biggest motivator. Prior to “giving up” last year he was on his usual pace. Throw in that the team was guaranteed to be better this year with that roster and pitching staff (despite paddack sucking) and a short season so you never really fall out of contention. And sprinkle on top competition with FTJ to be The Man. boom goes the dynamite.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Yeah, and I think it prolly was pretty unfair to just assume Machado was done after one down year in 2019 and four years that were solid before it

      • Will says:
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        I watched a lot of Padres games this season and one thing I noticed is that Machado looks to be in far better shape then he was previously. Slimmed down quite a bit. Maybe that helped.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Couldn’t hurt — unless it was like when Pudge Rodriguez slimmed down after roids

          • Will says:
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            I never pegged Machado as a ‘roider. To me he looked like he had some fat on him in pror seasons but this season he’s much leaner. I chalk it up to having the So Cal beaches right there – he’s gotta look beach good. LOL.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Nah, not at all…I meant everyone who slims down is better except guys who do so bc they stopped roiding

        • Coolwhip

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          He defiitely did, there were a few articles locally that talked about how much better shape he was in when he showed up to Spring Training 1.0 and you can see in pictures he was as he self-described “Swole”

          • Coolwhip

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            He definitely was fatter around the midsection in 2019.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              Interesting, I don’t remember, but don’t doubt it

              • Coolwhip

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                Yep, this was part of my reasoning in the spring for hyping him, when a “lazy” person gets fit its not nothing, usually means a mindset change, lol.

                • Grey

                  Grey says:
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                  Feels super anecdotal, but ‘not for nothing’ is my mom’s favorite saying and it sounds like what you almost said so I will agree

                  • Coolwhip

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                    haha, i like your mom already. Its anecdotal to a degree but its part of the bigger narrative vs being 1 anecdotal fact on an island by itself screaming at a volleyball. With Machado there were several things that happened, that when you add it all together, it made a single story. manny wants to be loved and respected, pads give big contract after being only team to talk to his family, he feels loved and loves the city and the young talent in farm esp tatis, “gives up” in 2nd half 1st season, front office and teammates (allegedly) call him out, manny in interview says he let everyone down and that tatis looks up to him, manny shows up next spring in “best shape of his life” and says hes ready to lead from the front to “be the $300M guy they signed”, and now here we are. He chose SD cus of what they showed him and because he wants to mentor Tatis. So 2019 was a reality check. And because hes still in prime and the talent is there (A. when he signed his WAR was 26th all-time, B. first half metrics were in line with career avg that had been pretty consistent) all that was missing was his commitment.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      That all makes sense to me…I’m a fan of Manny — a fanny? — so I’m on board!

                    • Dave D says:
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                      Well, since I drafted Machado in our Razz DC last November, I’ll take credit for influencing you, Coolio. Youre welcome. Youd think Id have done better snagging Dylan Moore super late too but, alas, drafting Acuna, Yordan, Morton in my first 4 rounds was a wash. Ian Anderson also tried to help me, but I take the blame for a real mixed draft. Im kinda pissed I have to wait six months for a new season after a sneeze of a season in 2020. Bleh.

  9. Wrinks says:
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    Thanks for all the posts and analysis throughout the year – I didn’t get the results I wanted at the end of the season but your posts made the season more enjoyable!

    In a keeper league with no keeper restrictions, would you rather have Bo Bichette or Luis Robert? It’s a 3 OF league and I already have Acuna, Betts, and Soto so Robert would take up 1 of my 2 UTL spots but I’m thinking he may be worth it with his huge upside…

    Thanks!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Thanks, appreciate it!

      Tough call, think I’d go Bichette

    • JKJ

      JKJ says:
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      I second Grey if you already have the RIDONK outfield.

      • JKJ

        JKJ says:
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        that RIDONK* – but really “the RIDONK” works too…it doesn’t get any better than that.

  10. jb says:
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    What future do you see for Willy with TB’s a bun dance of MI talent?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      A bun dance so sexy and yummy tell me more —Adames is a role player, maybe trade bait

      • douglas clarke says:
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        He’ll also be heading into his 3rd Major League season next year. THIRD. You really want to be the guy throwing in the towel on him ?

  11. DonnieB says:
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    I had Trea,Dansby and Craig,jr. as my middle infield on a championship team this year so watched them closely. Dansby and Cavan didn’t feel like top 5 at their position guys but I guess feelings don’t matter if stats are there and everything is relative. Your rankings next year will be so interesting given this season with 60 games,injuries, China virus shutdowns, and managers resting players frequently for whatever reasons. I plan to be on Albies at a little discount next year. What do you think? Thanks as always.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Love Albies still, definitely will be in on him

      • Dave D says:
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        The funny thing is Daulton Varsho may be more Craig Jr than Cavan. Maybe the mailwoman was involved.

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Are you saying Varsho stepped in front of someone’s balls?

          • Dave D says:
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            Not sure. Either that or his mom was carrying someone else’s sack.

            • Grey

              Grey says:
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              HAHA

  12. For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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    looks like k.davis might’ve finally awoken from getting jerked around for playing time and getting over having knocked somebody up last year. meanwhile, how does anybody have a job in the playoffs while batting pinder 3rd (or say at all)

    • For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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      and piscotty sure needs to be playing over s.brown and his under what 20 at bats all year after kicking serious ass last year in limited at bats.

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        This is also true

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Haha, Pinder must’ve registered well on Billy Beane’s charts

      • Grey

        Grey says:
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        Pinder showed us

        • For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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          he’s also showed us the rest of his career. k.davis had too and got benched almost the entire season.

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Ha, true true

            • For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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              you see newest fargo (4.3) yet?

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                Yeah, not loving it…what’s the deal with the nurse

                • For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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                  she’s clearly based on that famous serial killer jane toppan (she apparently also raped her victims as they died). she’s at least made out to just be a super weirdo here.

                  – goes into car with dude who she:
                  – stole speed for out of hospital and they get high together
                  – killed his father, who from her viewpoint probably thinks he asked her to (he doesn’t appear to think he did this)
                  – showed up at the funeral

                  yet he completely forgets who she even is. but she’s so out there she thinks he’s kidding, and she breaks out the drugs and immediately gives him a handy in the car. she’s so goofy, that scene is hilarious.

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                    and it appears c.rock’s kid who’s traded to the fadda’s later renames himself mike milligan, but can’t be sure yet. his age would work for this, and the only person in the fadda family (who’s not even italian) who’s not a complete ass to him is the irish guy named milligan.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Yeah, he seems clearly Mike Milligan as a kid, which is fine, but outside of Rabbi I’m not caring about any of the characters

                  • Grey

                    Grey says:
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                    Yeah, I get that, I guess I’m wondering what her motivation is, and if it’s “just she’s crazy” it’s not doing it for me

                    • For An Armenianless Vacation Come to Akron says:
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                      yeah, she appears to be the “weird malevalont force” (like vm varga and lorne malvo from previous seasons) this season, but unlike those guys, they were super smart villans, not just weird agents of chaos or whatever she is.
                      not saying the whole thing is good yet, but that scene in the car was hilarious.

                    • Grey

                      Grey says:
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                      Yes! Agent of chaos, exactly…Which is fine, but better in reality than in story form…But I’m holding out opinion

  13. Steveo says:
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    Keeper question.
    I can keep 4- auction league.
    Happ-$5
    Frazier-$5
    Meadows-$5
    Hayes-$5
    Betts-$43

    Last year Trout went for $50. If I throw Betts back I can redraft him for $45-50. Should I keep the 4 cheaper options?
    Anyway appreciate your advise and please pick 4!

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Sounds like a plan

      • Steveo says:
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        Thanks Grey. There are 5 on my list. What 4 would you pick? Thanks!

        • Grey

          Grey says:
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          Hayes is Ke’Bryan not Austin, right?

          • Grey

            Grey says:
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            Then, you said: Should I keep the 4 cheaper options? and I said sounds like a plan — assuming you can redraft Betts for similar price then that’s what you do — if you can’t lose Hayes

            • Dave D says:
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              Is Austin related to Von?

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                Haha

          • SteveO says:
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            yes

            • Steveo says:
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              Ok got it. Thanks!

              • Grey

                Grey says:
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                No problem

  14. Joey Jo Jo Jr Shabadoo says:
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    holy crap, hendriks just did 3 innings, almost no closer can or at least does successfully do that.

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Hopefully he can go again tomorrow, bc they’ll likely need him

  15. Scott Kimmel says:
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    Grey,

    Need help. I am trying to decide who to take in the 3rd round in my minor league draft. I am torn between two guys: Nick Bitsko/SP/TB or Bobby Miller/SP/LAD. Which one would you take?

  16. Prawn Lord says:
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    Quick question you may or may not have the answer to off the top of your head. Was Tim Anderson significantly higher before his massive slump in the last two weeks?

    Also a follow up to that, any concern that that slump would’ve been the start of some of the regression everyone seemed to expect from him in the preseason, or just a bad week?

    • Grey

      Grey says:
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      Not sure on Anderson, but I’d guess so, it’s kinda irrelevant tho, two weeks are neither here nor there

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