Something I will regret informing you about, but have chosen to anyway is last year’s top 60 outfielders were great, except, and here’s the regret: The upsidey ones. The top 60 outfielders you wanted to do more *cough* Jo Adell *cough* did not. The ones that you had no real high hopes for like Hunter Renfroe were totally respectable. Can we learn from that? Learneth, we might! Here’s Steamer’s 2023 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2023 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 2023 fantasy baseball:

NOTE: 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 II: 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.

CLICK BACK TO THE TOP 40 OUTFIELDERS FOR 2023 FANTASY BASEBALL

41. Masataka Yoshida – This tier started in the top 40 outfielders for 2023 fantasy baseball. This tier goes until Verdugo. I called this tier, “Horseshoes and grenades.” As for Yoshida, here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Red Sox. The 29-year-old lefty outfielder has played since 2016 in Japan. His career stats: 135 homers, 21 steals, .326/.419/.538 in 3251 plate appearances. His high in Japan for any season is 29 homers, 8 steals and .351. Last year: 21/4/.335. Whatevs, he’s gonna hit .350 in Fenway just doinking the monster all day. His main attraction is his bat-to-ball skills, as he only struck out 41 times last year in 508 plate appearances. To do a quick, half-assed comp, think Bogaerts last year: 15/6/.307. Might be more like Starling Marte with next to no speed, so that’s 17/3/.290. Worth a fantasy number three outfielder pick, but it would be shocking to see a guy who hit 21 homers last year in Japan come here and hit 30+. He should slot in behind Verdugo at the top of the order, but I’ve been saying for years Verdugo should be at the top of the order, and Cora keeps batting Enrique there, so who knows. ” And that’s me quoting me! 2023 Projections: 81/16/66/.284/4 in 547 ABs

42. Alex Verdugo – Let me take a moment to say that I usually say players are interchangeable within the same tier. That gets amended the deeper you are in the positions. For unstints, at this point, these guys are interchangeable with guys in this tier, and any guys after. If you want a guy who’s good at counting stats and average, then Verdugo is the man. Call him Averago. Actually, I’m kinda surprised I never called him that before. Alex, you’re not bad, you’re just kinda Averago. Any hoo! If you need a guy with speed upside, then maybe you’ll skip to Lane Thomas, who hasn’t been ranked yet. Maybe if you need power and can platoon a guy out of the lineup vs. lefties and a real ringer in a fantasy football league, maybe Joc Pederson is more interesting. By this point, you’re looking at team needs more than, “Ooh, Grey ranked Verdugo before Manuel Margot so I can’t reach, even if I need steals.” No. Draft what you need. Also, Nimmo, Yoshida and Averago are all kind of the same, which is fine to discuss in the abstract, but back in the days on the boulevard of Linden, we used to kick routines and presence was fittin’. It was I with The Abstract, and for fantasy you pick and choose what you need, but why did the Red Sox acquire another Averago? They already had one. Call them Averago and Alreada. 2023 Projections: 86/13/59/.284/3 in 589 ABs

43. Joey Meneses – This is a new tier. This tier goes from here until McNeil. I call this tier, “Forgiveness is overrated.” Yo, let me ask you a question, you ever divorce your wife then a few years later remarry her again? You ever watch someone key your car then say, “That’s all right, I’ve been meaning to take it to the body shop to get a ding donged out?” You ever have your foot stepped on and say, “Hey, look at you, you’re three inches taller while crunching my toes?” If yes to any of these, then you’re a better person than me. Don’t pat yourself on the back just yet. I used to spend hours when I was kid writing companies that their product was spoiled, demanding a refund. As a 10-year-old! My point: Lots of people are better than me. The overlooking that is going on with guys in this tier though? I can’t. Forgiveness is overrated, and you’re forgiving a lot by drafting guys here.

As for Meneses, already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball..

44. Riley Greene – To the people drafting Riley Greene, let’s ask them one question, “Are you completely ignoring last year?” Like is it willful or gleeful ignorance? Or something even more sinister? To recap as they say at your nearest Lids, in 93 games, he went 5/1/.253. Sure, he was supposed to be a 30/7/.300 hitter. Okay, let me ask you two follow-ups: Is Jarred Kelenic the top prospect in the game? And have you been in a coma for 24 months? Riley Greene’s 2.8 Launch Angle calls up Yelich’s Launch Angle and asks, “Can I be more like you?” On a side note, I cackled when I saw Riley Greene was penciled in as the Tigers’ three-hole hitter. 2023 Projections: 74/15/83/.272/7 in 559 ABs

45. Cody Bellinger – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Cubs.

Cody Bellinger is a big fan of picnics, so this is truly going to be a struggle for him. “Hey, are you my new teammate?” Cody Bellinger standing in the cereal aisle talking to a box of Teddy Grahams. “What position do you play?” Cody talking to a squeeze bottle of honey. Any hoo! As discussed in another blurb, Wrigley didn’t play as offensive as it usually is, but that feels like a small sample size thing. Wind will definitely be blowing out this year, because of Bellinger’s swings and misses. Got heeeeeeeem! Bellinger has a lot more issues than just whether or not the wind is blowing out. He turned a forearm bash, celebrating a home run, into a career-ruiner. There’s the glimmer that he can get it all back, but a change of scenario doesn’t make it so. Dodger Stadium is a great home run park; it just stopped being for Bellinger.” And that’s me quoting me!  2023 Projections: 66/21/73/.228/15 in 481 ABs

46. Mitch Haniger – Here’s what I said this offseason, “Signed with the Giants. When Haniger was signing with the Giants, he was told they were pursuing two outfielders: Him and Judge. Now, he’s going to bat between J.D. Davis and Wilmer Flores, i.e., the Ghosts of Mets Past. Too bad Mets can’t get the Giants to take McCann. “Hey, that’s where’s where my balls were.” That’s Haniger referring to McCann. So, Haniger is a 10-homer, 25-homer or 40-homer guy, depending on which Haniger shows up. The safe bet is staying close to the median.” And that’s me–well, you know. 2023 Projections: 61/23/72/.241/1 in 482 ABs

47. Nick Castellanos – Besides:

I can’t account for the Greek God of Hard Contact becoming the Greek God of Crappy Contact in about six months of time. Oh! Wait a second! I think I figured something out, but I need someone to break into Nick’s mother’s diner. Look in their freezer and see if they started serving Israeli Diner Falafel. “Momma, Statcast says I’m most likely to hit into a double play. What happened to my hard contact? It’s not…your falafel…is it?” His mother smacks him across the head and says, “Try that hard contact!” So, Castellanos made such terrible contact last year that he didn’t even have a particularly bad Launch Angle or hit too many ground balls. He just had some of the worst contact anyone’s ever seen. If I didn’t know better, I’d think he hit 300 pop-ups to the shortstop. Just awful and if you’re anticipating a bounce back, then, ya know, tip of the cap, you turn the other cheek faster than me, and faster than Momma Castellanos’s smack. 2023 Projections: 64/15/71/.259/3 in 538 ABs

48. Jeff McNeil – Already went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

49. Ramon Laureano – This is a new tier. This tier goes from here until Kelenic. I call this tier, “Back support.” You’re at 7-11, you start filling a 64-ounce Big Gulp, and about five minutes in, you start thinking, “Am I really going to drink all of this?” Then, five minutes later, you’re still filling up the drink cup, and you ask the lovely Punjabi man behind the counter, if he could help you carry the drink to the counter, and he says, “Back support in aisle three.” All of these guys are going to feel super fun when you draft them, but I hope by May you don’t throw your back out trying to carry them on your team. Yes, it’s early to be feeling less than confident in outfielders, but here we are. Don’t worry, outfielders get crazy/sexy/cool again later on in the top 80 outfielders, so don’t go chasing waterfalls.

As for Laureano, hey, just spitballing here, but what if each team got one guy who could do PEDs, then the fans have to guess who it is, and all the winners are placed into a drawing to win a new Dodge Ram. Think how fun that would be. “Tony Kemp hit 10 homers? Oh, he’s definitely on the juice.” Then watching as it turns out the 7-homer Shea Langeliers was on the juice. “Damn!” Any hoo! Laureano’s contact looks like Castellanos without the “picking them up and putting them down in the same spot” speed. Though, Castellanos stole seven bags last year to Ramon’s 11. That’s also the only thing Ramon’s turned to 11 in about three years, but he’s only 28. 2023 Projections: 56/14/59/.231/15 in 477 ABs

50. Seiya Suzuki – Was one of the guys who I was most curious about seeing their projections this year. Steamer is still named that because it’s steaming up the shower with its love for Seiya (26/10/.262 in only 541 ABs). As most of you know, we have a deal with Steamer, so I could reach out to them about why their projections are so optimistic for Seiya, but it’s more fun to guess. My guess what it sees in Seiya, and why we should be cautiously optimistic if he can stay on the field: His exit velocity is solid; sprint speed solid; launch angle solid, and plate discipline is, you guessed it, solid. Wrigley is excellent or awful for power, due to wind, but the thought is it will even itself out mostly in a positive way. Last year, it didn’t work out that way. Don’t think it’s a humidor thing, but maybe. I don’t know, tee be aitch. If Wrigley plays like it did historically, outside of last year, Seiya could see his homers go from 14 to 26 in only 150 more at-bats, but that feels optimistic. Taking their names away and assuming 135-145 games, Seiya and Kris Bryant’s projections look very similar to me. UPDATE: Docked a month due to his oblique injury. 2023 Projections: 67/19/48/.257/8 in 407 ABs

51. Harrison Bader – Trying to imagine a person who didn’t watch one second of the playoffs last year understanding anyone being excited for Harrison Bader. It’s a fair question. He stole 17 bags last year, and hit 16 homers the previous year. Even putting aside postseason, Bader down for a 17/17 season in a solid lineup isn’t an insane stretch. Now throw in that when he hit 16 homers in 2021, it was in a bad park and in only 103 games. Now throw in he stole 17 bags last year with a bad case of plantar fasciitis. 17/17 is within his sights like Wade Boggs. Let’s just give Bader a 25/25 season and move him to the top of the Yanks’ lineup, and he’s seeing better pitches, so he’s now a .280 hitter, and his defense has him playing 162 games, and 700 plate appearances and suddenly he’s going 140/25/100/.280/25. Wow, not bad, er, Bader! UPDATE: Will miss start of the season with an oblique strain. 2023 Projections: 53/13/51/.256/17 in 441 ABs

52. Lane Thomas – If I didn’t write a sleeper post for Lane Thomas last year, I might’ve wrote one for him this year. No one is allowed to get back-to-back years of sleepers. It’s called the Josh Rutledge Rule. Without looking up last year’s sleeper, what I’m guessing intrigued me was Thomas makes great contact, has power and speed. And that’s me guessing me! For some reason, his speed and contact don’t equal a good average, though. He doesn’t hit too many fly balls, but also makes some of the worst contact, so that’s likely why .290 BABIP even feels high for him. His 86 MPH exit velocity wouldn’t even get pulled over on some country roads. That’s the slow Lane. What’s a little weird is his max exit velocity isn’t bad. Usually if a guy can hit the ball hard once, he can more than once, but alas. 2023 Projections: 77/19/49/.237/10 in 505 ABs

53. Lars Nootbaar – Since the Cards are famous for creating players, it’s only appropriate that they went into a 7/11’s candy aisle and got an idea. “How about a guy who can hit 20 homers, steal seven bags, hit .250, get on base a lot so he could hit leadoff? Oh, and Swiss and dutch chocolate is for losers. This candy bar needs to made in The Lou, so get me some Missouri chocolate. What is Missouri chocolate? Whatever Willie McGee likes. Willie, please wave.” Willie McGee waves from the back corner of the conference room as the Cards create the now-famous Nootbaar. “This guy better also be able to stop Gobs. Whatever those are!” Seeing some helium on Nootbaar this year, and I have to say, “I don’t see it entirely.” More likely Gorman or someone replaces him. How’sever, this is pretty deep and if Nootbaar is still available I could see the flyer. Plus, I love peanut chew! 2023 Projections: 76/20/54/.254/7 in 464 ABs

54. Josh Naylor – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

55. Wil Myers – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

56. Brendan Donovan – Already went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

57. Alex Kirilloff – Already went over him in the top 20 1st basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

58. Christopher Morel – Already went over him in the top 20 2nd basemen for 2023 fantasy baseball.

59. Oscar Colas – See, my nickname for Juan Soto is Sexy Dr. Pepper, and that nickname had a baby and named it Oscar Colas–Hold on! Hearing that is not accurate. Colas is a Cuban raftee, who ripped up the minor leagues. Colas’s a big-time power bat who hit 23 homers in his first minor league season, where he basically was looking for a pitcher who could challenge him, and didn’t find it. He was already a professional baseball player in Nippon and Cuba, and no one could hold a candle to Colas there either. Hot Fanta, this guy is great! My guess is the White Sox will say they’re giving Colas every opportunity to win the starting outfield job, but he ends up down in the minors until June. Though, he could also break camp and be one of the huge sleepers going into the year with huge hype, as I see him as the type who will destroy pitching that doesn’t know how to attack him. UPDATE: With him breaking camp, he was moved up. 2023 Projections: 64/21/81/.231/12 in 476 ABs

60. Jarred Kelenic – Was doing my first draft of the year while writing this up, and the one thing that really stood out was the lack of outfielders. On the Player Rater, the 60th best outfielder last year was Mike Yastrzemski at 220 overall. So, think about that in relation to your 12-teamers. This is the end of your draft, basically. 12-teamers go to 288th pick overall, but anyone who’s played in the Razzball Commenter Leagues knows the last few outfielders on your team are pretty fluid, so you’re already kinda in the flyer section of the outfielder rankings. That doesn’t mean there won’t be good outfielders to draft after this, but the shallower the league, the looser your grasp. Speaking of loose grasps, does Kelenic have everyday playing time? Is he already relegated to a platoon bat? Can I sell his rookie cards in bulk now? He only hit .130 vs. lefties, but don’t worry he only hit .147 off righties. He did hit better in the 2nd half last year. His 1st half was .140 and his 2nd half was .143. This is the kinda draft flyer you make if you see him hitting well in Spring Training. 2023 Projections: 54/16/61/.197/10 in 391 ABs

CONTINUE ON TO THE TOP 80 OUTFIELDERS FOR 2023 FANTASY BASEBALL

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Simsbad
Simsbad
28 days ago

still sticking strong with Cabrera projections? no one else thinks he’s going to get as much playing time.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
2 months ago

Grey,

I got an offer and turned it down. It was:

i give up Bregman ($26) and Bo ($13)
I get: Leiter ($5), Max Fried ($21) and Tyler
Stephenson ($6)

Was i correct to reject it?

cable
cable
2 months ago

I have three words Miguel Vargas

goodfold2
goodfold2
2 months ago

going into player rater, why/what is the difference between “rest of season 2023” vs “preseason 2023” i just checked both (for OPS/yahoo) and judge had these 2 prices:
(rest of season 2023 OPS/yahoo): 41.7 (that’s 8th overall, acuna with 85.3 the 1)
(preseason 2023 OPS/yahoo): 52.7 (the top player, acuna at 5th with 44.1)

guessing the “preseason 2023” should be used in light of this (also berti is 7th in “rest of season 2023 OPS/yahoo” at 56.3)

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

right, in season that’s clear it changes based on time left. but right now it theoretically should be the same, no, 162 games left vs 162 games left. i’m assuming in past years i had just always used preseason but no idea why they’re different right now.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
2 months ago

oh snap, forgot the likely culprit (not the berti’s the 7th best player part though) “time” right now is NOT the SAME as “games left”, games left is obviously 162 for both, but the time between now till start of season is NOT the same as time between start of season and end of season. so i’m guessing most of the discrepancies have to do with possible injury risk and clearly the inputs would differ depending on the player (more time means more time for injury prone players to in fact get/stay/be injured)

uncle ernie
uncle ernie
2 months ago

Hi Grey. 8 team keeper question. Please rank these pitchers keeping in mind their 2023 salaries. Thanks. Framber Valdez $4. Edwin Diaz $12. Arron Nola $11

VinWins
VinWins
2 months ago

(MLB Rumors)Toronto OF wall will range from eight feet in straightaway center field to 14 feet and four inches for the walls in right-center field and down the left field line. The wall down the right field line will also grow to 12 feet and seven inches, and the wall in left-center will be 11 feet and two inches high. The power alley walls will be heightened as well, but to differing heights — 10 feet and nine inches in right-center, and 12 feet and nine inches in left-center.

VinWins
VinWins
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

More stolen bases, I think.

VinWins
VinWins
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

The one thing I definitely like is CF hasn’t changed distance, but the fence has been lowered from 10 to 8 feet so maybe more HR-saving catches. RF gap should produce more doubles off the wall – 16 feet closer with the fence now 14 feet 4 inches.

J C
J C
2 months ago

Love this baseball site. 50+ comments on posts – and we are in January. Congrats.
Are you shutting down basketball? Not much interaction, no responses to posts for four days. I spam it up hoping to create dialogue but seems like a lost cause. I like SON and PB’s insights tho. Need JB back lol.

Ronald
Ronald
2 months ago

Would you swap Vaugh Grissom for Ezekiel Tovar and Oscar Colas? 12 team Ottoneu dynasty league w/ 5 OFs

Current OFs:

Bellinger
Seth Brown
Stanton
Marsh
Tucker

Norbs
Norbs
2 months ago

Hey Grey – thanks for all the great work! People may accuse me of being an overachiever at underachieving, but that certainly does apply to you.

In my 10-tm weekly H2H league (6×6 with OPS added) I can keep three from Alvarez, Betts, Tatis, and Freeman. I’m thinking of tossing Freeman back – sound wise to you?
Thanks

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
2 months ago

Wow, the Jared Kelenic blurb is just sad. From the penthouse to the outhouse.

Just curious, do you expect Kelenic to figure it out or is he going to end up a bust when it’s all said and done?

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

Sadly, I agree. I don’t think he’s figuring it out anytime soon. He’s had plenty of chances.

I never understood how he could be ranked #1. He wasn’t even the best player in their Mariners’ system much less all of MLB. Julio was obviously better.

Last edited 2 months ago by Harley Earl
Lower the Jolly Roger
Lower the Jolly Roger
2 months ago

Grey ! Awesome stuff as usual … 12 teamer keep up to 10…

Yordan
Robert
Alonso
McLanahan
Reynolds
Adolis

Those are set..

So 4 of….

Springer
Stanton
Edman
Dansby
Webb
Pablo Lopez
Willson Contreras
Mateo

Thank you in advance!

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
2 months ago

Grey,

I need you help. I am trying to acquire Jack Leiter and Jordan walker from a team. This is who he has that’s available:

William Contreras C – MIL
Tyler Stephenson C – CIN 
Owen Miller 1B,2B – MIL
Jose Miranda 1B,3B – MIN
Josh Naylor 1B,OF – CLE 
Vaughn Grissom 2B – ATL
Jonathan India 2B – CIN
Luis Rengifo 2B,3B,SS,OF – LAA
Trevor Story 2B – BOS 
Tim Anderson SS – CHW
Tommy Edman 2B,3B,SS – STL 
Jack Leiter SP – TEX
Lance Lynn SP – CHW
Cody Morris SP – CLE
Bailey Ober SP – MIN 

He is asking for Semien (I have Altuve and Betts at 2B) and Mullins my OF consists of (Betts, J-Rod, Robert, Trout, Alvarez, Mullins, and Marte). I asked for Harris in the deal but he said he was untouchable. SO if I were to offer him Semien and Mullins who from that list should I ask for in return?

Im thinking Leiter, Walker, Grissom, India, and maybe Kirilloff. Thoughts?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

add Contereras in the deal?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

i want Leiter and walker

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
2 months ago

He’s telling you don’t do it. You’re getting smoked in that trade.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Harley Earl
2 months ago

would you trade Bichette for Leiter and Walker?

DonnieB
DonnieB
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
2 months ago

Sounds like you are building for 2025. Bo all day long.

Harley Earl
Harley Earl
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
2 months ago

No sir!

Foxman
Foxman
2 months ago

Grey
I followed your advice and finished in 2nd place last year, would have won if my offense was healthy. Me thinks.
Would you flip any of my keepers for Austin Riley?
Its a keep forever league, 12 team, 5 keepers, plus one rookie eligible keeper
My keepers
Acuna, Soto, Trea Turner, Yordan, Tatis Jr, and rookie options of Tovar/Vargas

My thought was to lock up a young slugger at a weak position but seeing Bryan Reynolds at #21 OF has me wondering if I need to keep all my OF studs.
Your thought?

Foxman
Foxman
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

I didn’t know if there was one of those guys you would trade for Riley in that format. Thanks for the help

Jason Murray
Jason Murray
2 months ago

You rank Bregman and Gunnar really closely. How big is the gap between the two? Am I crazy for considering keeping Gunnar over Bregman in a 12-team H2H keeper league? I don’t want visions of potential future seasons to set me up for the rookie trap this year. Thank you.

Jah
Jah
2 months ago

Castellanos was probably just butthurt last year because everyone kept pointing out his and Schwarber’s terrible defense and he let it affect his mindset. I think he’s a bargain at this ADP given his pedigree and lineup.

Grey,
Keep 5 forever, 10 team H2H points league (with daily lineup changes) that ignores batter K’s and weighs pitcher W’s heavily but is otherwise IP/K driven. We get a 6th keeper from late in our draft. This year, the 6th will probably be Andrew Vaughn 1B/OF, perhaps McNeil 2B/OF. We otherwise are assigned a terrible 6th player if we don’t choose one.
My options for Keep 5:
Ohtani UTIL/SP
Trea SS
Soto OF
Vlad 1B
Riley 3B
Alcantara SP
Wander SS
Michael Harris OF
McClanahan SP
Bregman 3B

Last year I went with Riley as my 5th and Wander as my 6th. I focused on SPs and ended up with Alcantara, McClanahan, Manoah, Kershaw, Gilbert, Kopech, H Greene, picked up Javier later in the year. I went 18-2 and swept all 3 cash prizes. I attribute it to my SP draft strategy. I’m assuming other managers will try the same thing but i’m not sure there’s a zig to their zag this year.

After Ohtani, Trea, Soto and Vlad, who do you think i should make my 5th keeper? Alcantara’s IPs were amazing but Riley keeps proving everyone wrong. Or should I stick with the 2 or 3 time top prospect Wander?

LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

he did suck , all the others bought in to Ken Longs batting approach but Castellano’s kept the big swing and poor pitch selection

galica1234
galica1234
2 months ago

Grey!!!!!

Awesome!!!!!

a. Was busy earlier helping my wife pack for her trip to the south of Gran Canaria, then remembered what happened when I didn’t comment last on a Friday and quickly snapped out of it.

b. Looked up Matsui San’s numbers and he went 36/3/.333/.463/.617 in his year 27 season and 50/3/.334/.463/.692 in his year 28 season with the Yomiuri Giants before coming to the Yanks. His best season with some great Yankee teams was 2004 (year 30 season) when he went 31/3/.298/.390/.522, never hitting more than 31 in any season stateside. He did migrate homers for doubles which I can see Yoshida San doing a-plenty in Fenway. You’re spot with the NPB v MLB comparisons. Yoshida San will be great but about 75% of Matsui San so not so great, OF3 and no more.

c. Have a nice weekend.

Cheers,
Ante

galica1234
galica1234
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

Grey!!!

Signed up for a 10-team, mixed, roto, daily, standard 28 roster spots with 1000 IP minimum. Draft is slow draft, 4 hours. Only 5/10 spots filled so far, drafting next Tuesday at 11 AM EST.

Any difference on overall strategy going into a slightly more shallow league? Do you draft SP1 after or before pick #45?

Cheers,
Ante

galica1234
galica1234
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

Thanks, mensch! Shabot Shalom!

LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
2 months ago

Grey is it just me or Does Castellanos resemble Francis? Never saw the two together before…

NickCastalanosFrancis1.jpg
LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
LennyDykstraIsJustMisUnderstood
Reply to  Grey
2 months ago

You just made the list, buddy. If I catch any of you guys touching my bat, I’ll kill you.

Joe Buckyourself
Joe Buckyourself
2 months ago

G:

Bieber and Edman for Lindor

6×6 Dynasty w OBP, HR, R, Steals, DT, Rbis

Which side?

Enjoy the weekend!

Hoove
Hoove
2 months ago

I come here every day hoping for an ATCQ reference and today….did not disappoint. Throw me an “Award Tour” Easter Egg one day, Grey, and I may go into cardiac arrest.

Nick
Nick
2 months ago

Hi Grey

nice to see the BBall be back soon

as for my Dynasty team, i can call my OF
“low lauch angle and crappy contact dudes”
OF2 Yelich
OF 3-4 Riley GREENE / CASTELLANOS !!

chance i have OF1 Acuña …

should i pull up a trade?
should i pick instead some avb OF
Nimmo+Bader? combo should be better than Greene+Castellanos
Haniger? Lane THOMAS? Laureano? Kelenic?
What about young Bryan De La Cruz? Esteury Ruiz to invest in?