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  1. Hope you didn’t buy at a slight discount.,.
  2. Why? Google says it can take 3-4 months for strength to come back, and people seem to think it’s serious
  3. Fractured fingers take 8 weeks to recover and strength can return in 3-4 months. It’s also on his left hand which he needs to throw. In other words: Yikes
  4. That’s what a lot of people are saying, but I think that’s a risk that’s a little overstated. 1) the Marlins drafted him 3rd overall, and they have a phenomenal track record when it comes to pitching. They definitely think he’s a starter. 2) a lot of the bullpen risk seems to come from guys that are concerned about Meyer only have 2 pitches. But while his changeup is not as good as his wipeout fastball and slider, it’s still more than useable, and besides we’ve seen 2 pitch pitchers succeed lately with Lamet and Valdez. 3) Some people say he’s a bullpen risk because he’s short- but Mey
  5. You don’t have to tell me twice, WRT hitters over pitchers. Like I said, he’s the ONLY pitching prospect I’ve aggressively tried to get in 4 years. Most of the times I won’t even touch any pitching prospects- I just had a MILB draft where I got like 40 prospects and only 4 were pitchers. Meyer is an exception for me because he’s so ridiculously dominant and his stuff is so insane, and he has a track record
  6. You shouldn’t sell just because someone is doing good; you should sell if you think their value is the highest it will be. Personally, I think now would be a good time to sell Burnes especially in dynasty leagues. He’s filthy, but he hit 6 innings in only a 1/3 of his starts last year, 7 innings in only 1 start, and has significant injury concerns. I don’t doubt that he’ll do well and rack up the K’s when he actually plays, (although even pitcherlist said his fastball overperformed), but he has monumental risk involved imo that isn’t being baked into his price right now. I saw someone make
  7. Cole, Woodruff, Glasnow, then one of Carrasco/Valdez Paddack really struggled and is like 5th in the Padres rotation right now.
  8. Meyer. He’s going to be an ace. He’s my favorite pitching prospect in the minors and the only pitching prospect I’ve ever aggressively persued in 4 years of dynasty baseball. A lot of sites have him as the #5 overall in FYPD so it’s not incredibly outlandish. I don’t expect you to take my advice, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
  9. I’m not worried about his production. I’m worried about his innings; and potential injuries
  10. imo do both. Get rid of Lamet while you still can lol
  11. Well in general you can look at baseball savant: https://baseballsavant.mlb.com/savant-player/tejay-antone-622088?stats=statcast-r-pitching-mlb But for Tejay I've just been reading lots of random articles about him and his spin rates, like https://www.redlegnation.com/2021/02/18/tejay-antone-is-going-after-the-cincinnati-reds-rotation-opening/#:~:text=When it comes to the,in the game last season. https://www.pitcherlist.com/tejay-antone-seems-awfully-compelling/
  12. His Xera was 2.99 and he has some of the nastiest spin rates in the league so I wouldn’t worry too much about last year’s BABIP and stuff like that
  13. Wait which side is supposed to be getting ripped off lol
  14. Keep an eye out for Tyler Matzek on the Braves. I would say the odds are against him this year, but the Braves started to use him in high leverage spots including the playoffs (sometimes for multiple innings). He had a ridiculous 2.79 ERA, 1.92 FIP, 13.34 K/9. Also a 2.55 XERA and his stuff just looks filthy. Honestly in terms of pure stuff I would trust him over most of the Braves relievers, but then again they might not trust him in the closer role.
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