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  1. You said you wanted to take an orphan team in our league last year, I’d even sent the invite, then you backed out. Its a keeper league and we want someone with a little more commitment.
  2. This the leagues 17th year, done through leaguesafe. Keep up to 8 MLB and up to 20 minors in a 16 team league. Some of the players are: B Harper T Story M Scherzer L Giolito G Springer J Donaldson M Brantley The team was in the playoffs in 2020, but the owner didn’t take advantage of the minors that he should have...if interested leave an email an I can contact you.
  3. Signs a 6 year $90 million contract with the Yankees, according to Jeff Passan of espn. Team friendly contract, good for both sides.
  4. Lynn definitely marches to the beat of his own drummer. He’s working with 2 RB’s which is fine, but Ekeler is averaging 1.5 more ypc, so I’m not sure how the usage ends up. Then we see how well the offense moves with Herbert, which proves he’s not overwhelmed, atleast not as overwhelmed as Tyrod Taylor
  5. Daulton Jeffries is starting for Oakland against the Rangers, could be an audition for a 2021 rotation spot.
  6. Luis Campusano is DHing today for San Diego, batting 7th.
  7. Smith is sitting today, to help allow for Frazier. Mets doing their best to avoid winning.
  8. This kid has really moved up the loaded Padres prospect lists, right around #10 in most lists. Seeing his velocity progress like it has, going from upper 80’s, to touching 93,94 is a great sign given he’s only 20 now. The spin rate on his fastball isn’t very good, but he’s averaged 11.8/K/9 so far, so if he continues to develop good habits, like settling up his secondary plus changeup and curve, along with arm slot angle, he could continue to climb higher in the Padres system.
  9. As far as favorite players go, I’m sure Al Kaline is on plenty of lists. He was an exceptional person on and off the field, may he RIP.
  10. Considering how many top 100 lists he’s on, number 89 Francisco Alvarez still seems undervalued for his potential. A .916 OPS is nice for anyone in Rookie league, but from a 17 year old catcher, who was the youngest hitter in the appy league, it’s pretty impressive.
  11. Seth Corry- he had a 12.62K/9 and a 2.87 FIP in A ball, if he can improve on his 4.51 BB/9, he could definitely be a breakout.
  12. Seems like we’re seeing an Astros story every 20 minutes, looking forward to when sports media gets something else to sink their teeth into.
  13. Different strokes for different folks.
  14. First rankings I’ve seen that had Rutschman ranked 4th among “first year players”. Kind of surprising considering his talent.
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