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22 May 2019 17:02:49

SD- Trevor Bauer
CLE- Luis Patino, Ryan Weathers & Josh Naylor

Bauer has a year and a half left on his contract. He is perfect for SD who can let him go if his price is too high after his contract. SD has a ton of arms in the minors who will be ready by 2020/2021. He also gives them a Bonafide Ace for a playoff push this year.

SD- Zach Wheeler
NYM- Cal Quantril

Wheeler gives SD a very solid #3 who is a FA at the end of the year. He is a place holder for Gore who will be up in 2020 and a he gives them a 3rd pitcher for a playoff series.

C Francisco Mejia
1B Eric Hosmer
2B Luis Urias (call up)
3B Manny Machado
SS Fernando Tatis Jr
LF Will Myers
CF Franmil Reyes
RF Hunter Renfroe

SP Trevor Bauer
SP Chris Paddack
SP Zach Wheeler
SP Matt Strahm
SP Joey Lucchesi




28 Dec 2018 16:00:30

Is it just me, or have the Mariners had a really good offseason and actually have a decent team to put out for 2019 while they focus on the future.

C- Omar Narvaez
1B- Jay Bruce
2B- Dee Gordon
3B- Kyle Seager
SS- JP Crawford
LF- Mitch Haniger
CF- Mallex Smith
RF- Domingo Santana
DH- Edwin Encarnacion

SP- Felix Hernandez
SP- Mike Leake
SP- Erasmo Ramirez
SP- Wade LeBlanc
SP- Justice Sheffield

Dont get me wrong this team won't compete in the West, but there is a lot of good young talent on the roster, and they have completely revamped their farm. I think they have had one of the better offseasons.


1.) 28 Dec 2018 16:17:54
They will be average like always.

2.) 28 Dec 2018 18:23:23
Mediocre at best and they aren't done trading, Encarnacion, Bruce, and Leake could still or will be traded.



26 Dec 2018 21:07:17

Sign Dallas Kuechel 4/88

C- Tucker Barnhart
1B- Joey Votto
2B- Scooter Gennett
3B- Eugenio Suarez
SS- Jose Peraza
LF- Scott Schebler
CF- Jesse Winker
RF- Yasiel Puig

SP- Dallas Kuechel
SP- Alex Wood
SP- Tanner Roark
SP- Luis Castillo
SP- Anthony DeSclafani


1.) 27 Dec 2018 01:56:59
Sure. I could see it.

Keuchel’s ground ball rate would serve him well in a small ballpark.

Do you think this is the only move they make, though?

2.) 27 Dec 2018 18:20:50
In terms of big moves, yes. I think they make a bullpen and a bench move, but i think they're in a spot where they will be a respectable team with a solid core and they are hoping for a few breakouts that will put them in the playoff tier.

3.) 27 Dec 2018 21:08:15
That's fair. It was just odd to see a post with only one move, at least for this site.

I like what the Reds have going for them. And they've made some decent moves. I wouldn't be surprised to see them pull the trigger on a big name bullpen guy, especially if one is still unsigned in Late February or into March (i. e. Kimbrel) .

4.) 28 Dec 2018 15:38:46
I did it with Roster bc i think people are overlooking their overall roster. They have made some under the radar moves. They're really only one, maybe two moves away from actually being a contender in the Central.

5.) 28 Dec 2018 17:06:53
This lineup won't contend in the NL Central.



18 Dec 2018 14:41:09
Mets Remaining Offseason Moves


Michael Beltre

Juan Lagares
Jason Varges
$7 million (CIN pays $10 mil)

Reds need a CF and SP. Both players have 1 year remaining and the Mets are covering 40% of their salaries. This trade seems to benefit both parties. The Mets can use the savings on Pollock

AJ Pollock 3 years $55 million (4th year club-option for $18 million with $3 million buyout)




14 Dec 2018 20:08:14

Sign Zach Britton 3/45

Madison Bumgarner

San Francisco
Kyle Wright
Drew Waters

Yasiel Puig

Los Angeles
Derian Cruz

C Brian McCann
1B Freddie Freeman
2B Ozzie Albies
3B Josh Donaldson
SS Dansby Swanson
LF Ronald Acuna Jr
CF Ender Inciarte
RF Yasiel Puig

C Tyler Flowers
IF Charlie Culberson
OF Adam Duval
UT Johan Camargo

SP Madison Bumgarner
SP Mike Foltynewicz
SP Kevin Gausman
SP Sean Newcomb
SP Julio Terehan

SU Arodys Vizcaino
CL Zach Britton


1.) 17 Dec 2018 16:32:37
You’ll have to give up a lot more for Bum.




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18 Mar 2019 19:31:19

Red Sox 98-64
Yankees 97-65
Rays 81-81
Blue Jays 66-96
Orioles 62-100

Indians 89-73
Twins 86-76
White Sox 72-90
Tigers 70-92
Royals 60-102

Astros 101-61
Angels 86-76
Athletics 84-78
Rangers 76-86
Mariners 72-90

Phillies 95-67
Mets 88-74
Nationals 86-76
Braves 85-77
Marlins 55-107

Cubs 101-61
Cardinals 85-77
Brewers 84-78
Reds 79-83
Pirates 77-85

Dodgers 92-70
Rockies 83-79
Padres 76-86
Diamondbacks 73-89
Giants 69-93


Wild Card
4 Yankees vs 5 Twins

1 Astros vs 4 Yankees
2 Red Sox vs 3 Indians

4 Yankees vs 2 Red Sox

4 Yankees


Wild Card
4 Mets vs 5 Nationals

1 Cubs vs 4 Mets
2 Phillies vs 3 Dodgers

1 Cubs vs 2 Phillies

1 Cubs

1 Cubs vs 4 Yankees

WS Champion
1 Cubs


1.) 18 Mar 2019 23:58:07
we found the Cubs fan, everyone.

2.) 19 Mar 2019 01:55:32
The Cubs winning the division by 16 games is the most ridiculous thing I've seen on this site, perhaps ever.

3.) 20 Mar 2019 15:10:38
1, not a Cubs fan.
2, in the past six seasons, at least one team has won their division by 12 games or more.
3, the Cubs now have Hamels and Darvish (combined for 20 starts for CHC last season) replacing Chatwood and Montgomery (4.75 ERA combined last season) .
4, They get Bryant back (missed 60 games last season) .
5, They're one of the deepest teams in the league to offset injuries.

They may not win by 16, but they will win 100 games and easily win the division.

4.) 20 Mar 2019 15:31:57
The NL Central is probably the best division in baseball. The Cardinals got better. The Reds got better. The Brewers are really damn good. To suggest the Cubs, who didn't even win the division last year suddenly take an improved division by 16 games is completely laughable.

You also have the Brewers losing 12 more games from 2018. Did you think last season was a total fluke?

As far as "deepest team". I'm confused by that suggestion. They have literally zero farm system. Their bullpen is atrocious. Their bench depth isn't what it was praised to be. And several of their "stars" aren't that good (Zobrist, Schwarber, Heyward, Happ) .

They might win the division. It will, by no means be "easily".

5.) 21 Mar 2019 16:23:44
Flawed logic, you completely ignore the Brewers won the division last year and yes it was because of the one game playoff. But they have improved from last year, the Cardinals have gotten better, and the Reds have gotten better, and the Pirates are the Pirates, so winning the division by 16 games and winning 100 games in that division won't happen.



29 Jan 2019 16:00:33
I think Machado and/or Harper should sign a contract with an opt-out after 1 year. The market just isn't there this year. I don't see them chancing it and signing a 1 year deal, but i think they will require an opt-out after year one to give them a chance to enter next year (age 27) to see if the market is better.


1.) 31 Jan 2019 00:29:20
Both Arrieta and Hosmer signed very generous deals late into the winter. Arrieta didn't even sign until March 12th last year.

There is zero reason for either of those guys to panic yet. They'll get paid.

2.) 31 Jan 2019 15:00:21
Although i agree they shouldn't panic, my comment was more towards what i think would be best for them. Outside of Philly and Chicago (AL) there doesn't seem to be anyone willing to give Machado anywhere near what he is wanting. As for Harper, i think the only teams in are Philly and Washington. Unless another team comes from nowhere (which is very possible) and offers a crazy deal, then i could easily see them pushing for an opt-out after year one to at least give them an option.

3.) 20 Mar 2019 15:33:43
23 years, $630 million combined.

The market seemed to work out just fine for them.



18 Dec 2018 15:14:35
White Sox 2020

The Farm and available money the Sox have is exciting for 2020. They will not compete in 2019, but if they can sign 1/2 good FA this year, then sign 1/2 more next year this team has a legit shot to make a very fast turnaround.

Potential 2020 Roster

C- Yasmani Grandal (sign 19)
1B- Paul Goldschmidt (sign 2020)
2B- Yoan Moncada
3B- Manny Machado (sign 19)
SS- Tim Anderson
LF- Eloy Jiminez
CF- Luis Robert
RF- Blake Rutherford
DH- Yonder Alonso

SP- Gerrit Cole (sign 2020)
SP- Micahel Kopesh
SP- Lucas Giolito
SP- Dylan Cease
SP- Dane Dunning


1.) 18 Dec 2018 15:50:50
to poke some holes in this, I also know this is hypothetical, but for first base why not just resign Jose Abreu? Personally I don't see them getting Machado or Harper, but I could be wrong. Garret Cole huh, good luck outbidding the Yankees who have wanted him since they drafted him in 2008 and tried trading for him last offseason. I also want to point out that the biggest contract they every signed a free agent to was Abreu for 68 million. They say they have all this money, but they never use it.




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28 Dec 2018 15:38:46
I did it with Roster bc i think people are overlooking their overall roster. They have made some under the radar moves. They're really only one, maybe two moves away from actually being a contender in the Central.




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27 Dec 2018 18:20:50
In terms of big moves, yes. I think they make a bullpen and a bench move, but i think they're in a spot where they will be a respectable team with a solid core and they are hoping for a few breakouts that will put them in the playoff tier.




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17 Dec 2018 13:21:17
It would take a lot more than that to get Kluber. Plus they aren't looking to trade him now that they shed other salaries.




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11 Dec 2018 21:26:40
Why would the Yankees give up 5 years of Andujar for 1 year of Wheeler? Also, Miami would need quite a bit more for Realmuto.




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07 Dec 2018 16:40:45
BATMAN, I'm not sure I can see your side there. 1 year left on Bumgarner for a team that is rebuilding would not fetch a bigger return. If anything ATL is giving up a lot more than anyone else probably would. However, given their need for a frontline starter, i could see them doing this. i'm curious why you think it would take a lot more (genuinely curious, not sarcastically)





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