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Eno Sarris
11:59
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12:00
was in the wrong chat room haha
WHERE IS EVERYONE
Well here you are.
Here's the song I would have shared. My wedding song.
Brian
12:00
Rank these guys in a dynasty: Cole, Kluber, Jose Fernandez.
Eno Sarris
12:01
I'll take G Cole first, but I'll take Kluber over Jose just because the fact that he didn't come back clean from TJ.
Ross
12:01
Biggest Mariner breakout player? Biggest bust?
Eno Sarris
12:02
Tai Walker. (There are really only a few to choose from that are pre-peak, sadly).
Bust? I keep waiting for Nelson Cruz to look his age.
Alan
12:02
Starling Marte seems to be a popular pick to take another step forward. After the power improvement last year, is there more power to come or was last season the best we can hope for with him?
Eno Sarris
12:02
I don't see a lot of growth left, actually.
Tinkerbell
12:02
I can't tell if Corey Dickerson is being undervalued or overvalued going into the season. What does Eno Sarris think?
Eno Sarris
12:03
Eno Sarris thinks that Dickerson is being undervalued. I think that power plays everywhere, and he'll take at least 2/3 of the playing time and hit .275+ with 20+ homers.
Larry Bernandez
12:03
Weird OCD question: Why are MLB switch-hitters listed on this site as "B" but minor league switch-hitters listed at "S" (ex: Moncada)? Is it just a different person filling out the data?
Eno Sarris
12:04
We do get that data from different places.
Walking Wounded
12:04
What kind of discount do you apply at an auction to players that will be injured at the start of the season? More specifically, would you target any or all of Albert Pujols, Michael Brantley and Evan Gattis in an AL-only league? Thanks!
Eno Sarris
12:04
I might want to pay less than even my projections spit out because I don't like starting behind the eight ball. Especially with Pujols, who is Old.
Karl
12:05
Who's going to contend first - Brewers or Mariners? As a Mariners fan, I'm happy to see Dipoto actually put some thought into the roster construction, but then again, they just got compared to a bus or something like that. Should they have tried to take a more rebuilding approach, or is it okay to be a boring, predictable team that will probably contend for the WC until late-ish in the season?
Eno Sarris
12:06
I've struggled with this. I think you do want to rebuild and get a good base of young players. You can then try to build for every year for a while, and then it becomes untenable and you rebuild. I *know* with my brain that if you're projected for 78 wins, you can be a contender because of the nature of team projections. But I *feel* that being projected for 78 wins is so super unexciting that I would try to rebuild until I had a better team.
hi eno
12:06
Daniel
12:07
Just took over in a dynasty league for an owner who just disappeared. It's a 25/40 man roster with 200 roster spots for minors (per team mind you). The old owner disappeared just before the inaugural minor league draft and had 15 straight picks skipped. The farm is barren and the major league roster has basically only two assets worth major value. Where the heck do I even begin?
Eno Sarris
12:08
Man they should have given you some sort of concessions for taking over that pick. And they really should have stopped the draft after five straight picks. The league screwed you. I'd contact the commish and be clear that you aren't whining, your pointing to how the league conspired to screw you. I mean, what were they thinking when they skipped him the 12th time?
pirates hurdles
12:09
Eno, really could use some help with final keeper choices, 15 team OBP roto $260/23 man roster. My final choices for 2 keeper spots are Brad Miller $7, Gardner $20, Neil Walker $17, Longoria $23, and McHugh $11, Quintana $14. I realize that none of the prices are great, but they are reasonable due to inflation in the auction as teams only keep 8. Thanks!
Eno Sarris
12:10
Gotta take Miller there I think. I think he can .330 OBP with 20+ HR+SB, which means he's more valuable than Walker, or at least similar value and much cheaper. I'd use the same logic to keep McHugh.
Shawn
12:12
Who are you taking at #4 or 5 overall in drafts this year (Assume Trout, Harper, Goldy are 1-3, and not interested in Kershaw that early)
Eno Sarris
12:12
I like Manny Machado and Nolan Arenado there.
Ross
12:12
Which player(s) do you like covering most and why?
Eno Sarris
12:13
Joey Votto because, though I have very interesting conversations with Sam Fuld, people care a little bit more about the conversations I have with Joey.
Cali
12:13
Reddick suggesting an extension still possible on MLB radio. You buy it?
Eno Sarris
12:13
No. Beane told me that 'even if we're right, the benefit doesn't outweigh the risk of being wrong. We can't be wrong.'
Ceej
12:13
I forget, are you in or out on Gallo for 2016+?
Eno Sarris
12:13
Out. The Baez/Gallo types scare the bejeebus out of me.
12:14
Let's listen to something my friend Matt Dennewitz recommended.
12:15
Also: guys. On MLBNOW tomorrow. Gotta suit it, I guess, right?
gucci mane
12:15
ESPN has Miguel Sano projected for .259, 90/38/100/4 w 180Ks. Are you taking the over or under (and on what specifically)?
Eno Sarris
12:15
slight under on BA and HR but not by a ton.
Jon
12:16
I'm trying to deal for Bogaerts (no cost, keep forever). Right now my offer is Stroman and Trea Turner. Good offer? Should I sweeten to get it done?
Eno Sarris
12:16
Not good enough. Keep him.
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