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  1. 1 hour ago, CrypTviLL said:

    I'm with others here...

    This deal you should make, but you are overpaying. See if you can get anything else out there for the deal before proceeding.



    Yeah seems to be the consensus. It's pretty hard to get people to give up pitchers in this league so I will see.

  2. 4 minutes ago, I like baseball said:

    I don't see why you need to add Bogaerts to the deal to make it work.  If you HAVE to, I wouldn't fret about it.


    I think it would be wise to explore other options with and for different players before you come back to this.




    Appreciate the feedback. Bogaerts kind of soured on me after last year so I'm not super worried about letting him go. I'm also trying to talk with the Syndergaard owner but we haven't had a chance to discuss much (still early obviously). Sucks to lose Dozier but I feel like the pitching upgrade is worth it so I'll have 3 pretty good pitchers to keep.

  3. 10 Team H2H 5x5 (OBP replacing AVG and QS replacing wins)/ Keep 10 forever in round they were selected

    Note: We only use SP and can start up to 6 pitchers a day (pitching is pretty scarce)


    Thinking of trading my Dozier (26th round) and Bogaerts (17th round) for his Strasburg (18th round)


    My probable keepers if I make the trade (round kept):

    -Donaldson (3rd)

    -Darvish (5th)

    -Betts (6th)

    -Nola (7th)

    -Buxton (14th)

    -Myers (16th)

    -Strasburg (18th)

    -Bellinger (19th)

    -Correa (20th)

    -Albies (24th)


    What do you think of this trade? I may be overpaying a bit, but I think I need the pitching help. If I don't make this trade, I'll likely be trading Bogaerts for an extra first rounder in this season's draft (100 players will be gone at that point as keepers). Let me know if there is any other information you need. Thanks and sorry for long post.

  4. 4 minutes ago, My Dinner With Andre said:


    Hey, they've got pace of play down.


    How's this sound?


    No commercials.

    No timeouts.

    No clock stoppages.

    No coaches challenges.

    Three player substitutions per game.


    That's soccer.




    Yeah, just started watching international soccer and I love all these aspects (especially no commercials). My favorite sport is football and I get frustrated as hell with all the commercial breaks.

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