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  1. This is a dynasty league where both Castellanos and Yelich have similar contracts. Anderson is locked up through 2023 cheap. I really keep trying to talk myself into this, but nothing about Yelich's advanced stats suggest a turnaround or that he's been unlucky. However, I could use the pitching, and just two years ago Yelich was #1. Pitching is thin, while Castellanos is my third best hitter behind Ohtani and Soto.
  2. He looks like a completely different player. The pitch he was useless against (high fastball) is suddenly one he's parking (albeit just twice in a few games, but that's a huge sign). He's officially responded to the adjustment through hard work and great coaching. Now the question will be whether the league finds another hole in his swing. This dude could be right back on track.
  3. Grandall is a stud. He’ll get more work than most catchers because the white Sox love to play him at DH and 1B, too.
  4. qq: i have the chance to get a salary-expensive Bell for basically free right now in a dynasty. Do we think Bell lands somewhere useful in 2021 as a lead back?
  5. Dude, don't touch Julio. Of those four trades offered, I like the one where you get Bell for Henderson and Akers the best. I'd rather own the KC backfield than the Rams backfield.
  6. I would keep TJ. I don't see any quick fix for Philly, and TJ's done nothing to hurt his ROS outlook. Your team is buck nasty, btw.
  7. I'd do that if I were you (and him). Honestly, the only other thing I would do is start out by including a Robinson/Diggs swap and see if he'd bite.
  8. I'd snag McLaurin or try for Sanders. At best, Bell will be in a timeshare.
  9. I've received an offer from a Lions fan that's essentially D'Andre Swift for Cam Akers in a half point PPR dynasty league. Both players are on similar 3 year deals. I'm trying to win now. I have no idea which of these two has the best ROS outlook. I think I prefer Akers long-term. Thoughts? WHIP
  10. I, far and away the best team in the league, lost the week by 9 points. So, so frustrating.
  11. Started Devei Garcia against my opponent’s John Means today with a decent lead heading into Sunday. Winner goes to title game. Couldn’t have gone worse. I’m barely hanging on now.
  12. Sweet. While deep diving, I did come up with Austin Gomber who will get at least 1 start in the Cards' 10-game week next week. He also seems headed for regular starts down the stretch. My evidence? He's built up to 63 pitches (last start) with 55 pitches the start prior. He's ready to go 5-6 innings. He's pretty f***in' good! 19 k's across 17ip, with a 1.18 whip (and obviously unsustainable 0.53 era, but the 2.89 FIP plays). This is a cat who had a 10.32 k/9 in AAA last year and a 3.25 k/bb. He also doesn't give up homers. His k% (28.1% AAA last year, 26.8% MLB this year) is holding steady and his BB% isn't too high. Guys, my league is deep, but this guy seems like a sneaky add right now. You're welcome.
  13. Oviedo is toast ROS due to Covid precautions. Cards have 10 games in 9 days. Who’s going to get some starts down the stretch?
  14. His command is Bieber levels. Upside is through the ceiling.
  15. Sometimes these dudes just click in the bigs. Snagged.
  16. Oddly enough? He was awesome last year. This whole season is a small sample- I was never not intrigued by him. I’m a points league guy for context, but still.
  17. He’s an immediate SP3 with long term SP2 upside.
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