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|2019-08-21 13:00:00 (link to chat)||Among these candidates for keepers in an NL only Scoresheet league, how would you rank the following; Matz, Quintana, Puig, Bryan Reynolds, Christian Walker and Kirby Yates? Thanks!|
(Groot from In orbit)
|I'm not great with scoresheet, but I'd probably go Reynolds, Yates, Quintana, Matz, Puig (on the off-chance that he comes back to the NL), and then Walker. (JP Breen)|
|2019-07-31 12:00:00 (link to chat)||Had you ever heard of Bryan Reynolds prior to 2019? If so, why wasn't he seemingly ever considered for a top 100 list? As of Tuesday, he was batting .326 with an OPS of .905 in 282 AB for Pittsburgh.|
(ironcityguys from urban area)
|Yes, he's been known about since he was at Vanderbilt. He was part of the return for McCutchen to SF and going off the top of my head was like a fourth round pick. Always had tools. Not being a top 100 prospect doesn't mean someone isn't known or isn't good. Basically he hadn't really been challenged based on his age/pedigree. He's always been old for his league and no one really projected this type of power for him. (Craig Goldstein)|
|2019-07-29 13:00:00 (link to chat)||When Bryan Reynolds' .411 BABIP comes back to Earth, what kind of player are we looking at? |
(The Colonel from Pasadena, CA)
|It's weird, because we've been waiting for the BABIP to come back to earth for like three months now. Reynolds hits it really hard (79th percentile) and his expected batting average (from Statcast) is in the 91st percentile. It's possible he's just a less-prolific version of this, so floating around .300 with 15ish homers. The batting average is definitely useful, even without the power. (Mark Barry)|
|2019-05-20 12:00:00 (link to chat)||I'm in a 16-team dynasty, salary cap league, H2H 14 categories, with 50 milb rosters. I have grabbed a bunch of call-ups this year including Josh Fuentes, Bryan Reynolds, Ty France, Kelvin Gutierrez and Luis Rengifo.Any here I should sign to a rookie contract when he hits his rookie minimums?
Christian Walker just hit his minimums and I inked him to a rookie deal. Will I regret it or is he for real?
(slappy123 from Charlotte, NC)
|Ah well. Rengifo is the best combination of talent/path to consistent playing time here. Walker I am not complete sold on but I always wait as long as I can on overaged breakout corner dudes. (Jeffrey Paternostro)|
|2018-01-23 23:00:00 (link to chat)||As the Pirates ship out established players for spare parts, are there any prospects, pre-existing or acquired, whose prominence for the 2018 season has accordingly risen, from either an MLB or a fantasy perspective?|
(Bernie A from Yinzers with sad faces)
|Yeah, we wrote a good amount about this in the various TAs in the wake of the Cutch and Cole deals, but in general, pretty much everyone who arrived in Pitt saw their outlooks improve. Moran'll get a shot to show whether his swing overhaul and improved launch angles can translate against big-league pitching in a longer look. Michael Feliz has closer-type stuff, he could emerge with some fantasy value if he can take a next step with his mechanical consistency. Musgrove's probably the biggest beneficiary in the immediate, as he'll get a shot to stick in a rotation now, under the tutelage of a pitching coach who has thrived repeatedly with pitchers who work off of similar skill sets. I like him as an NL-only play. Bryan Reynolds is pretty boring as a fantasy prospect, but his ETA probably bumps a bit in the Burgh. Even Jason Martin'll get a shot in the nearer term at holding down a 25-man role, there's some moderately interesting speed and pop there.
Then beyond the new arrivals, Adam Frazier probably starts the year as a starting outfielder now, which is good for his owners, and Jordan Luplow might get a shot to show what he can do as more than just a weak-side platoon until Meadows proves he can stay on the field and is ready to contribute. (Wilson Karaman)
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