Facts & Flukes

Brant
Chesser
March 10, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Ramon Laureano aims for 20/20, J.A. Happ tries to rebound, Mitch Garver's power is real, Mychal Givens tries to lock down more saves in 2020, and Niko Goodrum provides HR and SB later in drafts.
Jeffrey
Tomich
March 09, 2020 1:05 AM GMT
Expectations are high for D.J. LeMahieu after last season's breakout. Can he deliver? Plus Hunter Dozier, Aroldis Chapman, Kevin Kiermaier and Josh James.
Brandon
Kruse
March 08, 2020 2:06 AM GMT
Shane Bieber broke out in a big way in 2019—do his skills back his rapid growth into one of the AL's best pitchers? Plus, Matt Chapman, Kolten Wong, Eddie Rosario, and Adrian Houser.
Greg
Pyron
March 07, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Mookie Betts was the top player off the board in many leagues in 2019, but he failed to meet expectations. What might 2020 have in store? Plus, Christian Walker, Edwin Diaz, Joc Pederson, and Wade Miley.
Brian
Rudd
March 06, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Jeff McNeil exploded for big-time power to go along with his lofty average in the second half of 2019. Where should expectations be set heading into 2020? Plus, Kurt Suzuki, Evan Longoria, Keone Kela, and German Marquez.
Brant
Chesser
March 03, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Yasmani Grandal is one of the top C off draft boards, Diego Castillo eyes UP: 25 Sv, Rougned Odor provides power with a low BA, Joe Jimenez can close out games, and Edwin Encarnacion's power can offer profit at his current price.
Derrick
Boyd
March 02, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Is Gleyber Torres being overvalued by 2020 drafters? Was Lucas Giolito's breakout a fact or a fluke? Plus, what to expect from Carlos Carrasco, how much skill factored into Jorge Soler's 48 HR, and performance validation analysis of Domingo Santana.
Brandon
Kruse
March 01, 2020 2:06 AM GMT
What can we expect from Hyun-Jin Ryu as he follows up a career year by moving to a new team and league? Plus Max Muncy, Brandon Lowe, Raisel Iglesias, and Renato Nunez.
Greg
Pyron
February 29, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Ronald Acuna came within an eyelash of a 40/40 season in 2019, as he batted .280 with 41 HR and 37 SB. What can we expect in 2020? Plus, Michael Conforto, Alex Wood, Jesus Aguilar, and Johnny Cueto.
Brian
Rudd
February 28, 2020 2:05 AM GMT
Charlie Blackmon continues to produce at a high level, but his speed fell off dramatically in 2019. What should we expect from him in 2020? Plus, Jean Segura, Jorge Alfaro, David Price, and Brandon Kintzler.
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