Today’s 2022 fantasy baseball rankings brings you the top 60 outfielders for 2022 fantasy baseball brought to by the letter O, as in, “Oh fudge.” Only I didn’t say the chocolatey goodness word, fudge. Oh, no, I said the mother of all cusses. The Fernando Tatis Jr. of curses. As always, my projections are noted for each player and where I see tiers starting and stopping. Here’s Steamer’s 2022 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2022 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Pitchers. Subscriptions are up and running, and you can already get Rudy’s Draft War Room. Anyway, here’s the top 60 outfielders for 2022 fantasy baseball:

NOTE: All 2022 fantasy baseball projections are based on a 162-game season, and will be until we hear definitively there will be less games, due to the CBA. Also, I’m going on the assumption the NL is getting the DH.

NOTE II: All my rankings are currently available on Patreon for the price of a Starbucks coffee, if you get one of those extra grande frappuccino jobbers. Don’t wait for the rankings to come out over the next month, and get them all now.

NOTE III: Free agents are listed as just that and not yet projected. Once a guy signs, I will write out their blurb and add in projections, or remove them, if they sign in an unfavorable place. They are ranked currently where I think they might be if they sign on for a full-time job.

CONTINUE BACK TO THE TOP 40 OUTFIELDERS FOR 2022 FANTASY BASEBALL

41. Bryan Reynolds – This is a new tier. This tier goes from here until Straw. I call this tier, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hoo-Ha.” This tier is filled with guys who I can look at and get mad one second, and look at again a few seconds later and get excited like Al Pacino after smelling a woman. As for Reynolds, on the surface, Reynolds’s 24/5/.300 peak is clearly better than Austin Meadows’s line, and, would you look at that, I ranked him above Meadows. (Meadows is in the top 60 outfielders, which are coming next.) Reynolds or anyone directly below him is a matter of how much do you need average. His .293 xBA last year was top 7% in the league, and his 25.6% line drive rate is clearly solid. The one thing about line drive rate is Adam Frazier led the league last year, but in 2nd was Nick Castellanos. So, you can hit line drives, and not home runs. Or “and homers.” As for Reynolds’s power and speed, I’m once again asking you how much do you need batting average? 2022 Projections: 86/20/84/.306/3 in 545 ABs

42. Josh Bell – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2022 fantasy baseball.

43. Austin Meadows – Ya know what’s kinda wild? Any 20-something girl after a Prosecco? Hmm, not what I was going for, but good guess. What’s wild is Meadows went 27/4/.234 last year and was the 29th best outfielder on the Player Rater. Outfielders aren’t currently staying at the Renaissance Hotel. There’s a ton of guys still we have to go over, but a 27/4/.234 season being top 30 last year shows you how bleh the outfield position was, and currently is. Running through Meadows in the rankings should be a joyous affair, instead it feels like we accidentally opened the vault where Canada’s storing its maple syrup reserves, and we’re ankle-deep in the brown sludge, screaming, “Aunt Jemima, eh!” Luckily, no one was injured in the ensuing flood, because the maple syrup flood was moving at .03 MPH, about the same as Pablo Sandoval running to first. As for Meadows, did he time travel back a decade? Because he went from the age of 25 to 26, and looks like he gained ten years. I’ve never seen a guy go from 71st overall in Sprint Speed to 264th in two years, outside of Machado, and that’s more motivation vs. ability. Hey, Meadows, stop skipping leg day! His BABIP last year was .249, which is like some kind of Pujols-type BABIP, and Meadows wasn’t that unlucky! He hits everything in the air and runs like he’s in a vault of maple syrup. UPDATE: Traded to the Tigers. 2022 Projections: 84/29/93/.240/3 in 536 ABs

44. Trent Grisham – Ya know what’s funny to me that’s not really funny even to me, all the people who took a victory lap after Grisham’s great 2020 season, which was still only a 10/10/.251 season, did they lose their clout? Did anyone go in and zap their victory laps for illegally flouting? Illegally flouting sounds like something from the No Fun League. That’s what’s funny about being a ‘pert (still not funny), you take a victory lap off a lucky year from a player and everyone’s like, “Wow, (fill-in ‘pert name) was so right about (Ohtani, Mullins, Semien) last year!” Were they though? I mean, they were great, but choosing the 5% possibility is a choice, but does it make someone more right than someone else? Last year, I wrote in my Grisham blurb, “I should’ve wrote a schmohawk post for him,” and, yeah, clearly. I also said how goofy it was that Grisham was being drafted at the same point as guys with 5+ year track records. It was goofy! There’s a case to be made it’s still goofy how high I’m ranking him. With neutral luck, he’s a 21/15/.245 hitter. If he gets the right amount of counting stats, which there’s no, uh, accounting for, this is a fair draft spot for him. Am I more Jekyll than Hoo-Ha for him? Maybe but that’s six of one and an actual doctor named Jay wearing a Julius Erving jersey in the other, and maybe the Hoo-Ha is down there somewhere. 2022 Projections: 86/21/61/.248/15 in 533 ABs

45. Hunter Renfroe – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Traded to the Brewers. A last-minute, pre-lockout trade? As Scooby would say, “Hunter Renfroe?!” The move to Milwaukee is gonna cut down on Renfroe’s average a little, but could aid in power. The Green Monster giveth doubles for average (he had a career high in doubles last year, because of course), but it taketh away some low-flying missiles that could get to the seats. Really liked Renfroe last year in Boston, and this doesn’t hurt that enthusiasm. Me likey a lot.” And that’s me quoting me! Obviously more Hoo-Ha than Jekyll on Renfroe, but I struggled for a good 37 seconds on which tier to put Renfroe, and finally just put him here. 2022 Projections: 79/33/92/.249/2 in 519 ABs

46. Myles Straw – I rank everyone, then go back through and fill-in my thoughts, but when I’m ranking everyone the first time through, I write stuff like, “Overrated?” and “Check to see if I wrote a rookie post.” Next to Straw’s name, I wrote, “Check to see if I wrote a sleeper post for Straw. Also, pretend you never did the Hisashi dashi slurp SLURP thing, and start using slurp SLURP for Straw.” Turned out I never wrote a Straw sleeper. My guess for what November Grey was thinking (in November is when I write the sleepers) is while Straw is definitely someone I want to slurp SLURP! I didn’t write the post because, while I can write 500-word paragraphs of nonsense to fill up a blurb, how do I stretch a whole sleeper post out of, “Myles Straw is SAGNOF.” We’re not quite there again where I’m writing up a whole tier of SAGNOF. Steals have a face right now, and there’s a big ol’ Straw in the middle of it going slurp SLURP! 2022 Projections: 89/4/51/.275/32 in 573 ABs

47. Jesus Sanchez – This is a new tier. This tier goes from here until Carlson. I call this tier, “Let’s do dirty stuff after I’m done cleaning!” This tier of guys has me very excited, but I’m not delusional, they might be a chore to roster. I wrote a few sleeper posts for these guys, I’m in on them, guys and five lady readers, but they’re sleepers or just being drafted later, in general, for a reason. There’s some potential downside. As a superhero version of myself once said, “There’s no upside without downside.” As for Sanchez, already gave you my Jesus Sanchez fantasy. It was written while going on a walk. Ah, how quaint. 2022 Projections: 69/28/78/.253/2 in 479 ABs

48. Alex Kirilloff – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2022 fantasy baseball.

49. Andrew Vaughn – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2022 fantasy baseball.

50.  Alex Verdugo – Alex Cora thinking he should hit Verdugo 4th thru 9th for around 200 plate appearances last year turned me into The Joker. Though, just as I was applying my purple mascara, Cora hit Verdugo 2nd. It’s pretty crazy that a major league manager needs 200 plate appearances to realize something as obvious as a 15/5/.300 hitter is about as prototypical a number two hitter as you’re gonna find. Or even leadoff over Enrique Hernandez, but dare to dream on that. The chore here? Try cleaning up for Verdugo vs. lefties (.228 last year). 2022 Projections: 93/15/59/.298/5 in 557 ABs

51. Avisail Garcia – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Marlins. Had one of the sneakiest productive seasons last year, going 29/8/.262. Yes, he had a season you would’ve taken from George Springer. This might get the Marlins to stop trying to make a thing from Garrett Cooper. Kim Ng, “He’s never going to fetch us anything, is he?” That’s her looking at Garrett Cooper. Yes, the Avisail Garciasigning might finally get the Marlins to stop trying to make Garrett Cooper a thing. By the way, my money’s on Avisail sleeping with Jorge Alfaro’s wife. We shall see!” And that’s me quoting me! Sadly, Alfaro was traded before he could get cucked. 2022 Projections: 61/24/66/.271/7 in 421 ABs

52. Jo Adell – Already gave you my Jo Adell sleeper. It was written while dancing in the pale moonlight. 2022 Projections: 67/28/76/.253/10 in 537 ABs

53. Dylan Carlson – Looked at all his minor league fly ball rates, and his HR/FB% last year and nearly convinced myself that Carlson can grow into a 35-homer, .280 hitter, and then I looked at his Statcast page, and I started to worry he might hit 17/.240 with no speed. His average should keep getting better with his power, and if he were in a better park, I might’ve even wrote a sleeper post for Carlson, but his minor league 18% HR/FB might be hard to repeat in the majors, and his 37%-ish fly ball rate doesn’t give me the best of feels. Think the most optimistic step forward for Carlson this year is going from a .266 hitter to one who could sneak into the .290s. 2022 Projections: 83/21/71/.281/4 in 561 ABs

54. Michael Conforto – This is a new tier. This tier goes from here until the top 80 outfielders for 2022 fantasy baseball. I call this tier, “Full bar booing as I sway side-to-side like Axl Rose, singing, ‘Patience.'” These guys are on my last nerve. Or noive if Curly from The Three Stooges is reading. I’m trying to karaoke Patience, but I’m tone deaf and the lyrics scroll is going way too fast to read. “All we need is just a–Hey, could you slow down the scroll? I’m trying to perfect my side-to-side sway and I missed some words.” At that point, the karaoke crowd starts booing and you’re dodging mozzarella sticks. As for Conforto, FREE AGENT 2022 Projections:

55. Chris Taylor – Already went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2022 fantasy baseball.

56. Daulton Varsho – Already went over him in the top 20 catchers for 2022 fantasy baseball.

57. Ian Happ – This guy is the epitome of wearing thin the song Patience. The epitome of the epitome — the epitomiest — of that is Ian Happ coming one game started short of getting 2nd base eligibility (in Yahoo leagues, at least). His Launch Angle came down dramatically like Gloria Swanson on a staircase, and I don’t think that’s good for Happ’s game. It’s not like the reduced Launch Angle led to more Hard Contact or a better line drive rate. Now he just hits a bunch of ground balls. His 24.3% HR/FB is doing so much heavy lifting, literally. His .220 xBA is trying my patience in 2022 and I haven’t even drafted him yet. Then I see his 2nd half stats (16 HRs, .268) and I think about how my expectations are rising just to be let down again. “Ugh, I hate him so much,” which is what I say after inconceivably drafting him again. 2022 Projections:  67/27/86/.234/7 in 531 ABs

58. Joey Gallo – There’s just under 200 reasons why I couldn’t rank Gallo any higher and Axl Rose is on ice skates on thin ice swaying side-to-side. The just under 200 reasons also has a period in front of it, so it’s expressed “just under .200.” If I were the Yankees, I’d let Gallo and Miguel Andujar platoon, based on matchups, which wouldn’t help either of their fantasy values. Unless, of course, Twitter user, JeterisaGod27rings, is correct, and Andujar is traded for someone like Julio Urias, or something equally as unlikely. 2022 Projections: 79/36/84/.195/5 in 481 ABs

59. Mark Canha – Already gave you a Mark Canha fantasy. It was written while waving like one of those cats in a sushi restaurant. 2022 Projections: 73/21/64/.239/10 in 571 ABs

60. Jorge Soler – Signed by the Marlins. Pit bull approves of this signing. Not the Miami-based rapper, I went to a pit bull in my neighborhood and said, “Jorge Soler to the Marlins,” and he barked. So, ya know, that’s his approval. Soler could hit the ball out of any park, so not worried about this hurting his power, but his average has been on decline and not showing much sign of a bounce back. This should be a solid landing spot for him though, much like Aguilar before him, because why wouldn’t they play Soler every day? 2022 Projections: 71/29/84/.230/1 in 481 ABs

CONTINUE TO THE TOP 80 OUTFIELDERS FOR 2022 FANTASY BASEBALL

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goodfold2
goodfold2
7 months ago

i’m going over not owned players in a 30 teamer OPS/holds 6×6 dynasty to bid or not bid on, and d.ruf is currently the starting DH for SF (estrada i’d think gets some of those at bats though of course) NOT just a lefty side guy as previously. obviously rudy doesn’t believe that’ll hold long at projected 300 PA’s. how likely you think that sticks? his other numbers by rudy don’t pop at all (-21.3 OPS rater overall, per game though -1.6, which isn’t bad at all actually if say suddenly he had a lot more at bats than 300)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
7 months ago

from depthcharts (rosterresource)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
7 months ago

also s.espinal the starting TOR 3B right now, that’s psycho cheap for leagues exactly like here or AL onlyies. i don’t see anybody hurt or good in minors for 3B on TOR. k.smith (2B primarily) as lefty side 2B if i’m looking hard for somebody that might take his at bats.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
7 months ago

right 250-300 would assume he keeps with the lefty side guy only. espinal though, if vladito doesn’t go back to 3B, sure seems like he’s got those 3B at bats (unless k.smith also plays 3B), they don’t have anybody i’ve heard of at all in minors for 3B at any level. o.lopez (2B, 9th 2B prospect released just now from itch) is only other person i can find that might possibly even get these, and itch does expect at some point this year o.lopez to be up.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
7 months ago

i just noticed jake lamb got signed to TOR but is yet to show up in AAA or MLB on depth charts, but he sure sounds like somebody who could supplant espinal (possibly immediately)

frankgrimes
frankgrimes
7 months ago

Looks like you think Bauer is going to pitch this year.

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
8 months ago

Need your opinion on what keepers to retain. We keep six and I’ve got about 10 that are worthy. A couple are obvious but the last two could be interchangeable. Wondered which six of the preceding list you would keep …

Fernando Tatis
Luis Robert
Trevor Story
Austin Riley
Jonathan India
Spencer Torkelson
Julio Rodriguez
Zack Wheeler
Julio Urias
Max Fried

Personally, I’m leaning toward Tatis, Robert, Riley, India, Rodriguez and Urias. I like the youth of all these guys. Am I missing something by not keeping Story, Torkelson or Fried? Wheeler seems risky and old. Story seems risky too. I’m unsure about Tork and Fried. Help?

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

Thanks Grey. Appreciate the confirmation.

Captain Obviuos
Captain Obviuos
Reply to  Harley Earl
8 months ago

I think you need to keep Story over Riley.

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
Reply to  Captain Obviuos
8 months ago

I hate letting Story go. But I’ve got Tatis for shorstop and we only have one utility player, so Story would have to be my DH. His injury issues from last year concern me and I want to see who he signs with before I reconsider committing to him. I know Riley isn’t going to hit .295 again but I like him as a .270 guy with 30-35 bombs and I need his position eligibility at 1B/3B. It is a situation I will monitor though.

DonnieB
DonnieB
8 months ago

Hi GREY! I paid annually for PATREON and also got billed monthly. Who should I reach out for correction? Both charges on last credit card. Thanks.

toolshed
toolshed
8 months ago

Have you completely written off Victor Robles? Don’t look at his statcast page…it could make you sick. He is basically free based on his adp. I know he’s been awful the last couple of years but he is only 2 seasons removed from a 17 hr / 28 sb season in the bigs as a 22 year old. Thanks

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

Itch wrote a piece on Robles awhile back and spoke highly of Robles getting his game back on track

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

late in year he was doing pretty great in minors. itch referenced it probably at least twice (i think a whole post was robles titled).

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

for 12 teamers i’d assume not no matter what he did over a few months in minors. at least for starting slots in 12’ers and redraft like your rankings are for. he’s been in MLB for a while.

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

Robles will be the steal of the draft. Could be comeback poy.

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

for like 15+ with 5 OF and/or multi utils he’ll get drafted/owned though, easily assuming not in minors to start year.

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
8 months ago

only spots i still have him:

  • 13 teamer dynasty with 50 active slots, and had been in DL slot in a 12’er with max 18 keepers/prices so won’t be kept there
toolshed
toolshed
Reply to  Malicious Phenoms
8 months ago

Thanks for mentioning the itch post. I missed that one. I will dig it up.

Jolt In Flow
Jolt In Flow
8 months ago

Hey Grey,

I haven’t seen Nux around these parts lately (he seened to set these up last year). Was hoping to jump into one bestball with you guys again this year. You looking to fill or create a cheapy ($10-$25) early bestball league?

Let me know if you need one last filler for a league.

Jolt

Jolt In Flow
Jolt In Flow
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

That would work for me. Flip me an email if needed.

Jolt

bigbear
bigbear
8 months ago

Does anyone know how to get in touch with Ian Happ to let him know the MLB plays a full season? The least he could do is let his fans know which half he plans to perform.

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
8 months ago

Hey Grey! Yea, OF really went off a cliff. Also, totally agree on Trent, in my keeper leagues, his owners are still going nuts over him. Anyway, trying to nail down my 8 keepers in a 12-team, $260, standard weekly roto, keep forever. Any tweaks to my below list?

Current 8 (look at me using new formatting features with your sweet site update!)

Acuna ($35 to keep) – even if he’s missing a month, not sure I can redraft him for that rate. Starling Marte went for $38 last year as an example.
Devers ($22)
Harper ($33)
Yordan ($18)
Eloy ($13)
Story ($22)
Sale ($4) – he and any SP1 type will go for $30-35.
Clevinger ($4) – mainly for keeper trade value. In Spring if he looks himself, he’ll go for ~$25+ in auction. I wouldn’t draft either of these SPs, but I think there’s a big value to keeping them at $8 total and avoiding the SP bidding wars that happen every year (SP1s are $30+, SP2s are $25+).

3 Alts
Brujan ($3) – want so bad to keep him, but would want to see that he’s going to be on the OD roster (and ideally see a kiermeier trade happen too).
Kelenic ($9) – depends on spring (i could see him being underrated in draft if he has a slow spring…or am I crazy for not keeping him?)
Tim Anderson ($22) – even if this is fair value, I think I can draft him for less or the same.

Thanks!

Ace of Spades
Ace of Spades
8 months ago

January Grey

About to get snowed in with a blizzard ( Toms River, NJ ) So I have some spare time and a couple of long winded questions.

First, my team and its keepers.

14 team auction ( $260 ) 5×5 standard cats can keep up to 11 . Increasing salaries each year ( doubles each year after year 3 )

  1. Sexy Dr. Pepper $14

2, Boba Chette $5
3.Matt Olson $5
4.Ozzie Albies $28
5.Gausman $18
6.Musgrove $12
7.McClanahan $10
8.Cease $5
9.Tony Disco $3
10.Gallegos $9

These are the guys I am considering for spot #11

Lane Thomas $10
Toro $10
Carrasco $5
Luzardo $5
Skubal $10

First question. Who, if anyone, would be your 11th keeper. ( Keeping 11 is not a requirement )

Because of the talent that will be available in the drafting pool this season ( Treat Urner, JoRam, Machado, Trout, Betts, Judge to name a few ) I have purposely been trying to shred payroll. In the past few weeks I have made these trades:

Traded Vladdy $14 for Bichette $5
Seager $18 for Olson $5
Pressley $12 for Cease $5

Question #2. Do these trades get the approval of the fantasy master?

Lastly, but certainly not leastly, I am in the middle of trade talk that looks like this

I give up Sexy Dr. Pepper 14 and Carrasco 5 and I get back Kyle Tucker 5 and Y Alverez 12 ( or possibly wander 5 instead )

Question 3 is would you part with sexy pepper for any of these deals?

As always, thanks for your time and thanks in advance for your insight.

Last edited 8 months ago by Ace of Spades
toolshed
toolshed
8 months ago

I was also hoping baddoo would show up in the top 60. I thought he’d have a little bump in his counting stats with a better lineup and more playing time but then I dug into his splits and saw his #’s vs lhp. It’s a shame that mlb now seems to favor making a premature judgment on young guys not being able to hit lhp. He had about 100 AB’s last year vs lhp…not enough to make that determination imo. I’m more bullish on his in season plate skill adjustments. After the early hot streak and his April swoon, he made nice strides in his k and bb rates. I still believe he is a 20/20 guy with better runs / obp assuming his adjustments stick and continued growth at the big league level since he had minimal time in the high minors.

toolshed
toolshed
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

If Greene is in the mix it could muck things up. I am thinking Victor Reyes becomes the casualty. At least that’s what I am hoping. Tork will be up too. I love miggy, but that creates another issue at dh. Tigers still have miggy on the books for 4 more years @ $32m/year.

toolshed
toolshed
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

He will be 42 when that contract expires after the 2025 season. Wow or as you would say “dubya tee eff”!

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

at what point in these situations are his team mates like the kids in righteous gemstones, “hey swiggy, we’re trying to win over here, get on yr bike to the old folks home dude”

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

not quite as good as mcbride and writing team’s 2nd most recent show vice principals but good.

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

yeah eastbound is probably agreed by most to be better than these 2, but i’d believe vice principals rivals, except for length, eastbound had far more seasons than vice principals (2 seasons).

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
8 months ago

one thing that’s pretty cool, him and his main writing partner are the same team from ALL the way back from the foot fist way (2006). just checked, and jody hill (the other main partner across all these things) technically’s only writing credits were

  • foot fist way, observe and report, vice principals, eastbound, but he’s all over gemstones too
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

jody hill while in NC was your friend’s teacher (writing teacher?)

Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkey
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

ok, didn’t know that.

Sport
Sport
8 months ago

Happy Friday Grey the White! It’s Red Friday here in Kansas where the tradition for years is to wear red for the Chiefs on Friday before games. Sports is a funny thing. Just a few years ago my Chiefs were just a midwest team ignored by the media, forgotten by the common public, and we hadn’t won a playoff game since the early 90’s. Now I think we are the most hated team by anyone outside Kansas or Missouri!

Kansas. We have a forecast of 63 and sunny on Monday, and possibly 3″ of snow (27 degrees) two days later.

I’m having a hard time getting your read on Carlson! I’m probably ignoring him in redrafts, but I have him in one of my dynasties. It’s also my only dynasty with several aging vets I’m gonna have to move and I’m not going to be in contention. My OF is S.Marte, Just Dong, and Springer! How’s that for stale? So I was hoping Carlson and K.Lewis were the future there.

Should I move Carlson while he might bring a return?

Also, any idea when the top 500 will hit patreon?

Thanks for all you do! Hope you have a great Friday!

Sport
Sport
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

This old team was an orphaned team I took over. No wonder the past owner left it. I finished 8th out out 10 last year, but I think it’s time to rebuild. I just really dislike the term ‘rebuild’ and still want to compete. And in a 10 team league, there’s not much interest from others in trading for aged guys like them. Plus, I have Abreu, Arenado, and Yu Darvish!

I’m totally ok with reading the top 500 early next week! It’ll be worth the wait regardless when it’s dropped!

Sport
Sport
Reply to  Sport
8 months ago

Never mind! It’s here! You rock!

Old School Brother
Old School Brother
8 months ago

@JeterIsAGod27 is a great follow, tons of great trade proposals and he also shares great Italian recipes

2ndCitySox
2ndCitySox
8 months ago

Thanks Grey, now every time I read Hunter Renfroe’s name I hear it in Scooby-Doo’s voice.

SadJaysfan
SadJaysfan
Reply to  2ndCitySox
8 months ago

Lol, is Grey why I do that?

Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Duda Want to Build a Snowman?
Reply to  Grey
8 months ago

I hear Jar Jar Binks’ voice.

Hernan
Hernan
8 months ago

lol, Great as Always!!, bummed from the absence of Akil Baddoo from this group, I think he’s the closest thing to a Cedric Mullins breakout among outfielders, sure not predicting 30 Homers, but 18/20 is within reach.., 30 steals are in play , due to his combination of sprint speed (91 %) and plate discipline (almost 10% walk rate)….. Peace!!!!

Ante GALIC
Ante GALIC
8 months ago

Grey!!!!!

Awesome!!

a. So continuing from yesterday, we’re in the shallows.

b. Have a nice weekend!!

c. Norm MacDonald quote of the day for January 28, 2022

‘For Valentine’s Day, a man decided to give his wife one of his kidneys. Offended and grossed out, she dropped said kidney and ran out of the restaurant.’

d. Marx Brothers quote of the day for January 28, 2022

‘Humor is reason gone mad.’

Cheers,
Ante