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Click Here To Listen Patrick, Keaton, and Jake break down the reliever ranks, talk about the impact of some recent injuries, touch on some spring training results so far and close out with some listener Q’s Topics include: Injuries: Luis Severino – Shoulder Miguel Sano – Heel Alex Wood –

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There are a few times every year a baseball observer could and should become legitimately excited about a pitcher’s progression and growth. Often, those who consume a mass amount of baseball caution against small sample sizes. Rightfully so. They want to see trends and multiple data points before determining whether

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The Colorado Rockies have the most expensive bullpen in baseball. However, the Rockies bullpen has been one of the most confusing ‘pens in the Major Leagues in 2018, with results from proven veterans being both radically better and worse than their career norms. While the volatility of MLB bullpens is

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Juan Soto’s meteoric rise to the major leagues has been one of this season’s most exciting storylines. After starting the season at High-A, the 19-year-old blasted through Double-A and has already played 26 games for the Nationals. The kid is showing some serious style, currently sporting a .326/.420/.593 slash. But

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The Marlins suck. The Astros rock. Any casual baseball fan could tell you this much. But on draft day, or March 30th when you are already looking to stream starting pitchers, the casual baseball fan won’t win you your league. Being able to quantify and visualize lineup strength is vital

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In recent history, the Colorado Rockies have successfully developed an array of power-hitting infielders, ranging from current and former all-stars Troy Tulowitzki and Nolan Arenado to developing sluggers Trevor Story and Brendan Rodgers. In last year’s MLB Draft, the Rockies ensured that their pipeline of brawny batsman continues to flow

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Back in 2013, prior to the Rule IV MLB Draft, Jon Gray was a well-built right-handed power arm coming out of the University of Oklahoma. In that year’s amateur draft, Gray went from one of the best couple of amateurs in the land to a pitcher in the Colorado Rockies’

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The Colorado Rockies made it official today, according to the Denver Post, that Adam Ottavino would take over as the teams closer for the foreseeable future. It should come as no surprise that the Rockies made the move away from 42-year old LaTroy Hawkins, who is retiring at the end

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I spent a couple weeks earlier this fall looking at a few starting pitchers worth monitoring for deeper and dynasty league purposes over the winter and through spring training, and today we’re going to shift gears to the offensive side of the game. As noted previously, the focal point of

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You can hate, but you love that title. The question I aim to answer in this article is whether Michael Cuddyer, he of the 927 OPS, .329 average, 18 home runs and 10 stolen bases, is worth keeping in dynasty leagues of varying sizes for 2014. I mean…what to do

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