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Eno Sarris
1:17
I'm a dad so I'm not on top of all the trends so yeah i'm months late but whatever this guy is p good
Scott
12:00
Just so you know, you're chat is supposedly happening in the past #Its2017Yo
Eno Sarris
12:00
I need another two months at least before this sinks in.
Bork
12:01
Hello, friend!
Eno Sarris
12:01
Hello!
Bork
12:01
What else can you use "I'm a dad" as an excuse for?
Eno Sarris
12:01
Fashion, paunch, politics, general appearance, mistakes... pretty much everything.
Lightning Round!
12:01
you a fan of Jose Peraza for this year?
Eno Sarris
12:02
Not in a real baseball way really, but for fantasy, should manage a good average and 30+ steals even in 2/3 time.
Tim
12:03
What is Jurickson Profars ceiling and his likely outcome?
Eno Sarris
12:04
It's about his power. Without league average or better power, he'll need to play a good defensive position and OBP over .330. Full health, does he have power? Unsure. Maybe. If he does, then he could be a .280/.340/.450 type player, maybe 15/10 type hr/sb, maybe at second base? or limp-armed CF?
Dan
12:05
Saw you said Kersh's slider is his third best pitch in your most recent article, I've always been of the opinion that it's his best. You think Curve/Fastball/Slider in that order?
Eno Sarris
12:05
Fastball/Curve/Slider. He throws like a cut riser at 93 from the left side as a starter, that's an impressive combo of weirdness and stuff, plus elite command.
Matt
12:06
Hey Eno, I asked Dave this yesterday, but I'm also curious to hear your thoughts... Please rank the following young NL East cores (signed long term) according to which one you’d want to build an offense around: A. Turner, Eaton, Rendon; B. Swanson, (Albies,) Inciarte, Freeman; C. Herrera, (Crawford,) Franco. Thank you!
Eno Sarris
12:06
B) but C needs more time and information...
CamdenWarehouse
12:06
Is it time for baseball yet? Can't stand the waiting for Spring Training.
Eno Sarris
12:06
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Fat Kenny G
12:07
If you had to write about one slightly above replacement level player's every at-bat this year, who would you pick?
Eno Sarris
12:08
Guys projected for less than half a win that I find interesting: Eddie Rosario, Juan Lagares, Jurickson Profar, Brett Lawrie, Brandon Moss, Byung-ho Park, Sean Rodriguez, Matt Kemp, Tommy LaStella. Off that list, it's obviously Moss for me, but he's maybe better than that if his playing time changes.
DLowe
12:09
Hi Eno! Which of the following relievers (if any) do you see getting the most save opportunities this coming season? Hector Neris, Jim Johnson, Brad Ziegler. Thanks Eno
Eno Sarris
12:09
Neris.
ChiSox2020
12:09
If the Pirates are in win now mode and keeping Cutch for the next two years should they be more willing to part with Meadows than Glasnow? Glasnow can certainly be more of a contributor on a contender then Meadows in a loaded outfield.
Eno Sarris
12:09
I think they're hoping for a Cutch bounce back and either injury or poor play on another contender for a need for need swap.
Erik
12:10
What do you make of the argument that since there's not a single reliever in history (besides maybe Mariano) who you would have traded borderline Hall of Famers like Larry Walker or Edgar Martinez for straight up, no relievers belong in the Hall of Fame? Is Hall of Fame "value" close enough to trade value that an argument like that makes sense?
Eno Sarris
12:10
I love relievers. They're important. But if you have the top 15-20 shortstops of all time in the HoF, I think you should probably have the top 3-5 relievers in the Hall.
JV
12:10
Would you keep Brett Phillips as a top 80 prospect in an OBP league?
Eno Sarris
12:11
I love the dude. He's hilarious. He told me he wanted to be a 1/2/8/9 hitter (whoops, he said, NL, so 7/8) and his mechanics look all kinds of messed up. I don't think so.
Erik
12:11
Is the apparent complete collapse of the one-dimensional slugger market an accurate reflection of those players' true value, or has the pendulum swung way too far the other way? Could we see a savvy low-budget franchise like the Rays or A's sign a bunch of cheap one-dimensional sluggers and become a cost-effective playoff contender in a few years?
Eno Sarris
12:12
I believe the A's were in on Edwin, and yes it certainly looks that way. Brandon Moss is a decent player.
Jean Luc
12:12
Jay Bruce for Jeanmar Gomez a fair deal?
Eno Sarris
12:12
If the Phillies pick up a decent portion of the tab, sure.
Foolsgold
12:13
Dozier for Jose Deleon sounds about right. Is Minn overplaying their hands?
Eno Sarris
12:13
I think they see LA as needing Dozier, and if they end up keeping Dozier and flipping him at the deadline, the deadline bounce might give them enough to overcome the missing 2/3 of a season that happened in between.
Bobby
12:13
Do you think Atlanta will be able to flip any of Dickey, Colon, or J.Garcia at the deadline?
Eno Sarris
12:14
Healthy Garcia or Colon, sure. Dickey to a contender wouldn't get them much, teams don't seem to want to rely on knucklers.
Roadhog
12:14
Trumbo to the A's isn't so crazy. He broke out last season, but his awful defensive metrics in RF hid that fact. Stick him back at 1B where he's a plus defender, and he's basically a second Khrush you just signed for 3/33 or whatever.
Eno Sarris
12:14
He wants more than that, but it's not so crazy. I'm surprised people are missing that fact that Trumbo is actually a good 1B with the glove.
Otis Redding
12:15
You love Max Kepler, GERMANY, $9 Ottoneu FGPTS, are you keeping or cutting?
Eno Sarris
12:15
Keeping. Jawohl!
Kiermaier's Piercing Green Eyes
12:15
How do teams scout Cuban players? International tournaments and watching ESPN for the Rays-Cuba game?
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