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  1. That’s one of the reasons I’m hesitant. Before the draft I offered Realmuto and Torres for J-Ram and he accepted but changed his mind last minute and that was okay. Now he comes to me with this deal after the slump.
  2. We keep 5. My team is: Realmuto Abreu Torres Suarez Seager Harper Marte Reyes J. Turner Senzel DL - Stanton, Hicks, Eloy NA - Rodgers Sale Snell Corbin Glasnow S. Gray Weaver Woodruff Hand Yates Hicks DL - Severino
  3. Yes, sell high. Regression is coming. But Turner will get hurt at some point in time so be prepared, but I much prefer him anyway.
  4. Lucchesi for sure. He’s got great underlying numbers. Foltynewicz had one heck of a lucky year last year.
  5. Stay with Reyes. Dahl has an extensive injury history.
  6. This is a 10-team H2H categories keeper league, keeping players at round drafted/previously kept +1 round. I was offered Jose Ramirez (17th) for my Gleyber Torres (19th) and Nick Senzel (22nd). Should I take the deal? I have to, right? Thank you in advance for your help! WHIR
  7. @cjw3 what's your reasoning? Also I already dealt Mondesi because I wasn't going to keep him over Seager or Suarez.
  8. Judge all the way. Harper is far less predictable in other categories when compared to Judge.
  9. Take the deal and run! Drop Dickerson or Wacha. http://forums.rotoworld.com/topic/746283-seagermondesi-for-hoskinspick-whir/?do=findComment&comment=8453153
  10. Gary Sanchez and it's not even close. Gallo kills you in BA and Sanchez will top 2 at his position after a bad-luck year, and while he may hit maybe 5-10 fewer homers than Gallo, he won't kill your BA and he plays a premium position. El Gary all the way.
  11. New wrinkle in this trade discussion. The guy is asking for Seager/12th for Hoskins. I want to counter giving up a worse pick, like a 15th. Should I do it? P.S. - I traded this same guy Adalberto Mondesi for a 9th rounder (3rd after keepers) straight up.
  12. Severino in the 21st is a no-brainer. The value is too good. I had a similar dilemma (Severino in the 21st or Suarez in the 19th), and I went with Severino because an ace in the 21st round is too good to pass up. Also, the risk isn't that high at round 21.
  13. Adalberto Mondesi. The price is too high for a guy who strikes out 27% of the time with a paltry 4% walk rate. Yes, massive upside, but totally unproven with poor underlying numbers. To pay 4th or 5th round for that is too expensive. 9th or 10th, I think I'd take the risk, but not 4 or 5 where I can get a proven commodity.
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