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|2020-04-03 13:00:00 (link to chat)||I can't help it, I'm still compulsively tinkering with prospects for the last few spots on my deep dynasty roster. Would you drop any of: Rafael Marchan, Johan Oviedo, Yolbert Sanchez, John Doxakis, Jordan Humphreys; for any of: Jose De La Cruz, Yohendrick Pinango, Junior Santos, Nasim Nunez, Darryl Collins. Thanks Jesse!|
(BJ from Boston)
|Yes. I would add Nasim Nunez and Darryl Collins, and drop Rafael Marchan and Jordan Humphreys. If it is a 30-team league or 2-catcher 15-team league, then I would probably hold Marchan over Collins. Jose De La Cruz and Junior Santos are interesting, but I think Johan Oviedo, Yolbert Sanchez, and John Doxakis are high-probability prospects with value in deep formats. If it is a shallower format (20 or less teams), then I would definitely drop any of those three for De La Cruz and Santos, both of which have more upside. (Jesse Roche)|
|2019-12-03 13:00:00 (link to chat)||With the exception of Monte Harrison, every hitter in the top 10 is left-handed. This also includes Connor Scott, Jose Devers and switch-hitting Nasim Nunez. Is this by design? Are they taking advantage of the new reliever limit rules?|
(Jason from Jacksonville, FL)
|Pure happenstance would be my guess. Although without doing any research I'd guess lefty hitters are generally overrepresented inside orgs because of the general platoon advantage. (Miami Marlins Top 10 Chat)|
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