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  1. The Tigers have Miggy and Renato Nunez clogging up 1B and DH
  2. but the deeper the league the tougher it is to draft Buxton. in NFBC with 15 teams and 5 starting OF per team the replacement level OFs are guys that aren't even rostered in your typical 12 teamer
  3. in Hiura's case I think you need to seriously consider that 2020 could be what he is. in 2019 the book on how to pitch him was in development. pitchers adjusted to him and now he has to make adjustments back
  4. not sure on his ADP as I tend not to look at but J.D. went with the 81st pick last night in my NFBC draft
  5. You may as well double down and go after Robbie Ray too.
  6. Not only is all of the above spot on but they have outstanding customer service. Every time that I've sent them a question I get a reply within 24 hours and the reply has always resolved my issue.
  7. or he could give you 50 games and a kick in the ole crotch
  8. he certainly has a wide range of performance in 2021 Part time UTL with power and speed and a possible SP going once a week. Would love to see him scrap the pitching and go full time OF.
  9. Bregman claims he's back to the weight he played at in 2018 and 19
  10. I wouldn't be shocked if Elvis Andrus outplayed IKF and ended up with more ABs
  11. Now the Rays have Glasnow, Meadows, Baz and Archer for cheap. And the Pirates have
  12. He's still getting paid. Dustin Pedroia has announced his retirement after a 14-year career. Pedroia will be paid in full ($12.125 million) for the final season of his contract.
  13. could he close in Boston? Lindsey Adler of The Athletic reports that the Red Sox are acquiring Adam Ottavino from the Yankees. Yes, the rare Yankees/Red Sox trade. It appears the main motivation for the Yankees was freeing up the cash, as Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports that the Red Sox are set to pick up what's owed to Ottavino ($8 million in 2021, $3 million deferred) for the remainder of his deal. Per Joel Sherman of the New York Post, New York will also send prospect right-hander Frank German to Boston. Ottavino, 35, posted a rough 5.89 ERA over 24 relief appearances in
  14. 100% complete LOSER organization. 4 loser prospects for Taillon Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports that the Yankees have a deal in place to acquire Jameson Taillon from the Pirates. The Pirates will be receiving pitching prospects Miguel Yajure and Roansy Contreras, outfield prospect Canaan Smith and shortstop prospect Maikol Escotto in return. Of the four, Yajure is ranked the highest by MLB.com as the Yanks' No. 15 prospect, so this is definitely a quantity over quality haul for the Pirates. As far as Taillon goes, he hasn't made a start since May of 2019 as he recovers from
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