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  1. Thanks and to clarify. I don't have the 1st waiver. When I say "my first waiver priority" I mean to have India or Isbel as my priority waiver over the other as I hope to claim one of them. Sorry for any confusion.
  2. Should I put my first waiver priority on India or Isbel? They are both on waivers in our 14 team H2H Dynasty league until Monday. India is ranked higher but I dont always focus my choices for Prospects solely on the rankings. Both offer similar skill sets with their Hit Tools and Speed. But which has more upside? Thanks and WHIR.
  3. 14 Team H2H Forever Dynasty Traded: Eugenio Suarez, Dinelson Lamet, and Geraldo Perdomo Received: Anthony Rendon, Kenta Maeda, and Corbin Martin Complete gut call on my part but I see Lamet ending up in the bullpen. He is turning 29 which is young but he hasn't thrown more than 115 innings (2017) in any season. Plus he only has a two pitch arsenal and the Padres have some good young pitchers.
  4. Codi Heuer of the White Sox. Hendriks is the closer and currently Aaron Bummer is the set up. But Heuer is getting strong reviews this Spring and should have a later inning role.
  5. I countered with Suarez, Lamet, Perdomo, and Sal Frelick for Rendon, Maeda, and Corbin Martin and it was accepted. Thanks for the replies.
  6. I didn't realize it was that obviously of an accept...lol. Is Rendon and Maeda that significant of an upgrade? I know you can't see others teams in my league. My reservations is will Rendon come close to his 2019 numbers. He offers no speed and will be hitting in a tougher ball park than WSH for his power numbers. Periphials indicate that Suarez will bounce back to his normal batting average of .260 with no power drop. K's are concerning. Maeda is an instant upgrade over Lamet who I think ends up in the Bullpen. Lastly, the prospects and a potential 5 tool guy in Crow Armstrong. An
  7. Overall looks good. As others have mentioned you may lack speed but appear to be okay everywhere else. Your pitching may be sneaky good if they stay healthy.
  8. 14 team H2H Dynasty. 6x6 categories. I will be competing this year and not rebuilding. I was offered Anthony Rendon, Kenta Maeda, and Corbin Martin for my Eugenio Suarez, Dinelson Lamet, Pete Crow-Armstrong, and Geraldo Perdomo. Thoughts and WHIR. Here is my team breakdown: C. Will Smith 1B: Pete Alonso 2B: Jeff McNeil 3B: Eugenio Suarez SS: Corey Seager 4 OF: Springer, Eddie Rosario, Santander, Max Kepler 2 UTL: Franmil Reyes, Mike Moustakas 2 Bench: Carlos Santana, Bobby Dalbec SP: Woodruff, Lynn, Pablo Lopez, Ian Anderson, Lamet, Cease, Merrill Kelly, Turnball, Taijuan
  9. 2 year 34 million deal with LAD. He didn't get the 4 year deal he was seeking. I think the fact the LAD's are defending champs and now he has 34 million reasons to arguably "bounce back" from a down 2020. His power was missing last year but his exit velocity stayed the same and he improved his barrel %. He also kept his K% on par with his 2019 %. I'm gauging his value in Dynasty league. He has only played more than 130 games in a season twice in his career and the last time was 2017.
  10. Wow, each have great keeper value. Because it is a 10 team league could you consider not keeping Darvish? Could there be decent SP options to draft to replace Darvish? The reason I say Darvish is that he is 34 years old and it would allow you to then keep a younger player at no worse than the 6th rd. And you already have Giolito, Gallen, and Bieber. If keeping Darvish then I would select Julio Rodriguez. And if no longer keeping Darvish then I would keep Rodriguez and Grisham.
  11. In a 14 team H2H dynasty, I was offered Aaron Civale for my Edwin Diaz and Draft Pick 2.14 (28th overall). I have 4 picks in the first two rounds and would still have Picks 1.7, 1.10, and 2.8. Our pitching categories are QS, W, K's, ERA, WHIP, SV/H3. My current SP's are Woodruff, Lynn, Ian Anderson, Pablo Lopez, Lamet, Cease, Turnball, David Peterson, Justin Dunn, Merrill Kelly, and Tijuan Walker. My current RP's are Diaz, Karinchek, and Nick Anderson. I have Genesis Cabrera on my roster and will activate him if he has a pitching role. I like what I'm reading about Civa
  12. Take whoever your gut is telling you to take. If from your research and evaluation, Nick G. is the pick then take him. It's a horrible feeling to pass on the player you knew was the right pick get drafted by someone else and perform well. Its an even greater feeling for Prospects b/c you have to wait until they are called up...lol. But it's the best feeling when you take that "perceived reach" that gets the Draft Room chattering and you are right. Gotta love fantasy sports. Good luck with whomever you elect to draft.
  13. I checked on the availability of Verdugo via trade and the owner changed his mind and took him off our trade block. I offered a 2nd rd pick (22) straight up for Happ and I'm still waiting on a reply. Thanks for the feedback.
  14. Thanks for the replies. We have OBP instead of AVG as a hitting category along with batting K's. That certainly favors Verdugo as we enter the 2021 season. My overall and long term concern with Verdugo is he hasn't demonstrated the ability to hit the ball hard. And from what I've read his underlying stats don't indicate when that could come, if at all? Whereas Happ has shown an improvement in reducing his K's.
  15. 14 team H2H Dynasty. We added a 4th OF slot for the upcoming season. Both Happ and Verdugo are on there respective teams trade block. Which one do you prefer going forward? Both have talent which neither have fully tapped into. Happ and his K-rate and Verdugo's lack of power. Thanks and WHIR.
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