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  1. David Price is pretty much useless. new nick name: "Prince David l, The Multi innings ratio destroyer"
  2. Carlos Correa has always underperformed. the under performance is magnified when you take into account the loaded lineups that he has always played in as an Astros. he had one good fantasy year in 2016 when he hit 70r 20hr 96rbis 13sb .274 he doesn't steal bags anymore, he's inconsistent, and he's always hurt...🤷🏽‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️
  3. spot starter. but, i mean, he was facing the padres...not exactly an easy opponent.
  4. max effort from relief = filthy stats this year.
  5. rip anyone that owns him in head to head leagues. roto, will take a few weeks to fix this
  6. Melancon gonna eat this year. as soon as Yakes left and they signed Melancon.... you knew ...
  7. i have them both. Kike will def lead off. Cordero will probably hit 6-7 with plenty of rbi opportunities. he is my #1 breakout for 2021
  8. you know Miami moved in the fence right? 600abs and the guy hits 30hrs. BOOK IT
  9. this is why i drafted him. 20/20 with 80 runs and 80rbis is the floor for him in 2021, in my opinion he has the talent and is in the right lineup to so 100 30 90 30 .290 if he gets 600+ abs. in 2019 with 539 ab: 97r 23hr 82rbi 25sb
  10. most overrated fantasy player in MLB...prove me wrong, you can't.
  11. how is this clown and his camp turning down a 10 year $325 contract? and asking for 12 years, $385? we can argue that overall he ain't better than Xander who signed for 6 years $120, about the same age. this is getting out of control
  12. im running with Jorge Alfaro and Kurt Suzuki in a two catcher league. Alfaro for the reasons stated a few posts above. Kurt, becuase he is back in Cali, where he went to college and won the 2004 college world series and is the #1 catcher in Angels. dude is a solid bet for .270 38r 15hr 50rbis just look at his last 4 years (2017-2020) Also he gets to play close to his family, here is what kurt said in an interview after signing with Angels: “I was right down the street watching Angels games throughout my college career. When the Angels won the World Series, I thought that was
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