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  1. First off thanks for the recommendation, SpartyOn4! And this forum is awesome to keep track of minors players. Minor League Ball had a different feel for sure, but this place can be great in its own right. As for my content, I generally put out 1 post a week on Monday for free up on my website, and then the rest of the week will be on my patreon. I only posted the opening day rundown post on my patreon too because I was off my usual schedule and didn't want you guys to miss it.
    17 points
  2. Jesus Sanchez, RF, Triple-A Jacksonville (MIA) 2-for-4, HR (3), 2 RBI, R, K. Now hitting .647 with a 1.961 OPS Seth Beer, 1B, Triple-A Reno (ARI) 3-for-5, HR (1), 2 RBI, 2 R, K Jo Adell, RF, Triple-A Salt Lake (LAA) 2-for-5, HR (1), RBI, 2 R, SB (1), 2 K Bobby Witt Jr., DH, Double-A Northwest Arkansas (KC) 1-for-2, K C.J. Abrams, 2B, Double-A San Antonio (SD) 1-for-5, 2B (3), 2 RBI, 2 K Ivan Herrera, C, Double-A Springfield (STL) 2-for-4, HR (1), 2B (1), 3 RBI, R, 2 K Nolan Gorman, 3B, Double-A Springfield (STL) 1-for-4, 2 R, B
    14 points
  3. Jackson Kowar, RHP, KC (Triple-A) 5 1/3 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 9 K CJ Abrams, SS, SD (Double-A) 2-for-5, 2 2B, RBI, BB, R Liover Peguero, SS, PIT (High Single-A) 1-for-4, HR, 3 RBI, BB, 2 K Grayson Rodriguez, RHP, BAL (High Single-A) 4 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 5 K DL Hall, LHP, BAL (Double-A) 4 1/3 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 10 K Wander Franco, SS, TB (Triple-A) 2-for-4, 3B, 2 RBI, R
    14 points
  4. Major League is a baseball movie, and Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn was a reliever in the final game. By the power vested in me by this community, I declare this discussion to be on topic.
    14 points
  5. 5 fouls in 13 mins. Yep.. he's definitely back!
    13 points
  6. He was a late round pick, not my 2nd wife...
    12 points
  7. Took like 17 years to get here, but we're here.
    12 points
  8. Noteable Metric Performers so far 1. Codi Heuer SwStr: 20.6, K-BB: 32.4 LA: 12.6 FBv: 97.5 2. Miguel Castro SwStr: 15.6, K-BB: 25.0 LA: 4.2 FBv: 98 3. Corey Knebel SwStr: 16.7, K-BB: 30.4, LA: -0.7 FBv: 96.4 4. Jose Alvardo SwStr 15.3 K-BB: 30.8 LA: 10.5 FBv: 99 5. Sam Coonrad SwStr: 14.5 K-BB: 29.3 LA: 13.7 FBv: 98 6. Sean Newcomb SwStr: 14.0 K-BB: 36.4 LA: 6.0 FB: 95.4 7. Garret Whitlock SwStr: 16.9, K-BB: 36.7 LA: 6.8 FBv: 95.2 8 James Karinchak SwStr 20.0, K-BB: 40.9, LA: 32.2, FBv: 95.6 (Bad LA) 9. Michael Kopech SwStr: 18.3, K-BB:
    12 points
  9. Imagine being upset that Adam Frazier is getting a day off.
    11 points
  10. Excellent. Now he can be completely useless at 2b, instead of Util.
    11 points
  11. With all due respect, everyone needs to calm down if anyone is upset with this line or him not going another inning or two. 7 great innings with over a k per inning, sub 1 whip, QS, Win, 0 ER for a guy you probably picked up on the wire or late round pick. Sometimes life is good, let's enjoy it.
    11 points
  12. that guy would find something to complain about while on vacation in Tahiti sipping Pina Coladas.
    10 points
  13. You really think the Rays will trade him?
    10 points
  14. Totally OT but interesting factoid: Their father, actor Martin Sheen, said he was pretty much forced to take a stage name when he got in the business because someone with the birth name of Estevez was never going to move up to become a leading man way back then but would only be cast in "ethnic" supporting roles. His father was ethnic Mexican and his mother ethnic Irish so the "Sheen" fit too. He said he was proud Emilio could keep their birth name and wished he had been able to. Another tidbit. Charlie Sheen pitched in college so his Wild Thing wasn't too much of a stretch. Now back to
    10 points
  15. ???? Story's first 670 PAs: .253/.328/.503 .352 wOBA 32.5 K 9.2 BB 38 HRs 10 SB Hiura's career 670 PAs: .253/.330/.476 .340 wOBA 32.8 K 7.0 BB 33 HRs 13 SB. Story was a whiff machine the first 1000 PAs of his career and half of this forum thought he smoke n mirrors in that time frame. I don't consider it a direct talent comparison. Just that he's a talented young hitter who is only probably few changes from turning the corner and really breaking out. Does it happen this year? Heck if I know.
    10 points
  16. [ PED kerfuffle removed. Unsubstantiated allegations and idle speculation about players juicing aren't okay here. ]
    10 points
  17. Can you imagine holding this dude all season and he returns the day after you’re eliminated from the playoffs? It’s like raaaaaaiinnnn on your weddding day
    10 points
  18. Mods, please ban St. Steven from game day threads. Thanks.
    10 points
  19. My first thought watching him tonight was he looks like Matthew Lillard. Something to just keep in mind when projecting him for fantasy purposes this season and beyond
    9 points
  20. This is about the point in the season where prospects' defense suddenly becomes acceptable.
    9 points
  21. Two months ago you wrote "he’s just a fat exciting name who hits the ball on the ground" which is exactly the type of insinuation of which you speak.
    9 points
  22. Picture this: it's the year 2098, the world is a nuclear wasteland. Buildings are merely empty crumbling shells. The sky is an orange, purple color, constantly highlighted by dust clouds and frequent lightning. Any tree or plant life is no more. Life has completely ceased to exist. There....under the rubble....an abandoned cellphone powers up just for an instant......an update flashes across the screen: "Kebryan hayes will take swings next week, and should be back shortly after that"
    9 points
  23. Last chance to buy low on Luis Castillo before you can pick him up off waivers.
    9 points
  24. This forum sure goes from “slightly above average regular” to “league winner” real quick...
    9 points
  25. It's a term for the length of time one would reasonably expect a player to require before returning from a hip flexor strain, but that isn't important right now.
    9 points
  26. Am I seeing the right box score? 4 hits and 3 earned runs with only 7 pitches thrown?
    9 points
  27. B2B nurk alert boys lets go
    9 points
  28. I know how you feel, I didn't get him either.
    9 points
  29. I did. I'd rather suffer with him than let anyone else have a chance at happiness this might also help explain my romantic struggles
    9 points
  30. He was just dropped in my somewhat shallow 14 teamer. Digging into his FG page to try to figure out what’s going on here. Only good news I see is that he’s not walking guys at any alarming rate. His FIP is also a “not atrocious” 4.76. Unfortunately, the Reds probably aren’t trading for Andrelton Simmons, so the defense is what it is for fantasy purposes. His GB, FB, LD & hard hit rates all look more similar to his 2018, where he was not good, but not this bad. Looking at his pitch mix, he’s throwing that change quite a bit more and the FB & slider less. The SL grades o
    8 points
  31. I enjoy all overreaction and humor on this board, as the later is rare. If I can't overreact like a lunatic to fantasy baseball, what's the f'n point?!
    8 points
  32. Javonte Williams, just turned 21 (April 25), RB for the North Carolina Tar Heels. Javonte played 11 games in 2020, and got 1445 yards total and 22 TDs (mostly rushing). Not too shabby; however he split the field with Michael Carter (Senior) who in fact had MORE yards (1512) in 2020 (although most of that difference was racked up in a meaningless game against Western Carolina). Carter (#8 in the clips) has also declared for the draft; he is a year older but also still an interesting prospect, even if Williams steals the limelight, so let's take a look at both. First play is
    8 points
  33. I'm curious what anyone else has used as an approach to quantifying durability. Like many, I use Z scores to build customized rankings for my league as part of draft prep. If this is done purely using per game averages, it does not factor in games played at all. In that case, someone like Kevin Durant and his 30-ish games played is a top 10 player. If this is done using season long totals, Durant will end up barely top 100. Neither seems like a true accurate reflection of his value heading into next year. So one thing I have tried is to use games played as an additional category in the
    8 points
  34. Career highs: R/ 69 - HR/ 16 - RBI/ 51 - SB/ 29 - AVG/ .262 MONSTEROUS I'm enjoying his production when he plays this year but the only category he is a MONTER in is games missed.
    8 points
  35. Keep going, I'm almost there.
    8 points
  36. Imagine thinking Vlad would never be good 🐸🍸
    8 points
  37. Aging like the absolutely finest of milks. Laid out two more dongs tonight and will be 100% owned in leagues by noon tomorrow.
    8 points
  38. 8 points
  39. La Tortuga lighting up the radar gun in his 2nd career pitching appearance: Time to petition Yahoo to add "Willians Astudiio (Pitcher)"
    8 points
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