Brad Johnson Baseball Chat: 3/20/2018

Here’s today’s transcript. Enjoy your drafts everyone!

3:59
Brad Johnson: Hey folks, let’s getting rolling

3:59
Brad Johnson: I promise to be at my grumpiest, grouchiest self today

3:59
Brad Johnson: or similar

4:00
Corky: I just read your “Am I crazy” post.  Interesting.  I’m more intrigued by a comment you left – do you still suggest going heavy on pitching in a 5×5 H2H weekly league, where your record at the end of the week is based on categories won (i.e. 7-3)?  How much would you spend on pitching in that type of league?

4:00
Brad Johnson: That was Justin’s post. But I did comment.

4:01
Brad Johnson: There’s no one size fits all approach, but it can be very profitable to dominate the pitching categories if the rest of your league is using a 70/30 pitching split.

4:02
Brad Johnson: This is one of those zig/zag scenarios. It works if you aren’t using the same strategy as everyone else.

4:02
Brad Johnson: And on that note, I actually need to briefly pause. My dog says he needs my attention for something.

4:05
Minty: How much of a boost in OBP leagues do you think Gallo batting 2nd would be?

4:05
Brad Johnson: Insignificant. A dollar or three

4:06
Brad Johnson: I guess if you were projecting him to bat eighth all year, maybe it’s substantial. I assumed he’d have a major role.

4:06
Vic Romano: Thoughts on Schwarber?  This doesn’t seem like the standard BSOHL nonsense…

4:07
Brad Johnson: It’s very reassuring to see him with a healthier body. I don’t know that we should expect him to be a substantially different as a hitter.

4:07
Brad Johnson: It definitely helps that he’s… streamlined. Should get him in more games and defensively replaced less often

4:08
OddBall Herrera: I’m pretty solidly into “Let someone else use a high draft pick on Ohtani” territory, even in keepers.  Is this a mistake?

4:08
Brad Johnson: Not at all.

4:08
Brad Johnson: The only thing to watch out for is a leaguewide overreaction to Spring Training

4:09
Matt: Have the #3 pick in 6×6 with OBP added.  Every SGP calculation/online calculator says Stanton/Arenado/Harper are massivley more valuable than Trea Turner, who I kind of still want to take.  Bad process?

4:09
Brad Johnson: Yes. Adding OBP crushes Turner’s value. Or more accurately, it seriously pumps up Stanton et al

4:09
Micah: Michael Wacha:  hold or stream in 10-team?

4:09
Brad Johnson: stream or less

4:10
B. Ryce Hammer’s Luscious Locks: Yo! No queue was available for questioning earlier. I’m seeing Harper falling out of the top 3 outfielders in some rankings. Are people just betting on injury here?

4:10
Brad Johnson: I don’t know.

4:11
Brad Johnson: I can see preferring a number of players to Harper though. It’s Trout, Altuve, then about 10 or 12 guys who are really similar. Harper is probably the most dynamic of the remaining options, but he probably has a lower floor too.

4:11
Brad Johnson: Blackmon is a higher floor, lower ceiling alternative, for example

4:12
Sean: Best auction value at 2b this year?

4:12
Brad Johnson: Cesar Hernandez isn’t even picked in many 12-team leagues. He’s kind of like a better version of Jorge Polanco

4:13
Brad Johnson: hint hint in case you need to replace Polanco

4:13
Pat: Picking up all the shares of Delino Deshields I can. RIDING THE HYPE TRAIN

4:13
Brad Johnson: Do it.

4:13
Kakie Bryan: Cost aside, who do you like in a keeper: Devers or Acuna? The guy who’s kinda done it or the guy who could do it?

4:13
Brad Johnson: Leaning slightly towards Acuna these days

4:13
Nolan: Gerrit Cole:  beast or bust this season?

4:13
Brad Johnson: Neither?

4:13
Brad Johnson: closer to good than bad

4:14
Vic Romano: Final keeper in a 7×7 roto league (standard 5×5 plus OPS and K’s) — Schoop or Pham?

4:14
Brad Johnson: Pham. Monster 7 category ability

4:14
HappyFunBall: For those of us drafting _right now_, you would discount Justin Turner’s PAs to ____, and knock ____ off his .SLG projection?

4:15
Brad Johnson: from 550 to 475 PA, minus 35 SLG

4:15
Big Tuna: Are Forsythe or Kike draftable in 12 team leagues that still haven’t drafted yet?

4:15
Brad Johnson: Forsythe can be a last round pick if you want some 2B/3B flex

4:15
Nolan: Odds Willson Contreras finishes higher than Gary Sanchez as the #1 fantasy catcher this season?

4:16
Brad Johnson: 25%?

4:16
Brad Johnson: I figure if they’re both healthy, Sanchez is almost guaranteed to outperform him

4:16
Corky: But I was thinking of your comment where you said you go pitching heavy in H2h.

4:17
Brad Johnson: Yes, I tend to find value in that approach.

4:17
Brad Johnson: But I’ve been running the same strategy against the same group of guys for years

4:18
Brad Johnson: They always let me dominate the pitching pool because they think it’s too risky

4:18
Brad Johnson: If 3 of them were to suddenly compete with me for those same SP, then I’d need to change my approach

4:19
Brad Johnson: Also for the 99% of you who didn’t read the comment in question, this is in reference to a 6×6 league with K/BB in which I’m about to keep $219 of my $260 budget in the form of 7 pitchers

4:20
Brad Johnson: Kershaw, Sale, Max, Kluber, Carrasco, Godley, and Morton

4:20
Wang Dang Doodle: Matt Chapman or Jake Lamb in an OBP league? Power is my main focus

4:20
Brad Johnson: Ah, that’s a push

4:20
Brad Johnson: Given their expected costs, the value favors Chapman

4:21
Big Tuna: Where do you stand on the Greinke dead arm/toying with the media debate?

4:21
Brad Johnson: I think I was the first person to say we’ve seen this from him before

4:21
Brad Johnson: so…

4:21
KilleBrews: How good do you expect Ozzie Albies to be this year and going foward?

4:21
Brad Johnson: Quite good. But from a fantasy perspective, he might outperform Cesar Hernandez by like 10%

4:21
Brad Johnson: 2B is SOOOO deep

4:22
Brad Johnson: If you own Albies, it’s better to sell him at over-hyped prices

4:22
Brad Johnson: the production is replaceable.

4:22
Lars: Bullish or bearish on a Mike Clevinger breakout this season?

4:22
Brad Johnson: slightly bullish

4:23
Brad Johnson: when command is the thing holding a guy back, it’s a little safer to actually expect modest improvement

4:23
B. Ryce Hammer’s Luscious Locks: Is it crazy to be thinking of drafting Acuna late in a 10 team H2H points league with only 3 OF slots?

4:23
Brad Johnson: Nah. The hype will make him a valuable trade asset at the very least

4:23
Erik: What are the weirdest league settings you’ve played in that you actually enjoyed?

4:23
Brad Johnson: I played a linear weights-ish league on Yahoo before Ottoneu FGpts was a thing

4:24
Brad Johnson: was formed of readers from The Book blog

4:24
Brad Johnson: great group, but it fell apart a few years back

4:24
Stanley: Last keeper in a 5×5 keep forever with no restrictions league. Yelich, Rendon, Devers, Pham, or Carrasco. Who ya got?

4:24
Brad Johnson: That’s a difficult group.

4:25
Brad Johnson: I’m guessing you can only keep like 3 or 4 guys or else these wouldn’t be your bubble picks

4:25
Brad Johnson: That probably crosses out the long term play with Devers

4:25
Brad Johnson: Carrasco is injury prone

4:25
Brad Johnson: mostly just because he’s a pitcher

4:26
Brad Johnson: Yelich, Rendon, and Pham are studs. Pham is the most physically talented, but he’s also the oldest and has the eye issue

4:27
Brad Johnson: I think I lean Rendon

4:27
Brad Johnson: That’s a damned hard choice though.

4:27
Am I a bad person: I am for baseball players getting paid more, especially minor leaguers, but I also think that Scott Boras is a boring windbag

4:27
Brad Johnson: presented without comment

4:27
Julio: Hey Brad, what do you expect from JDM in BOS this year? Will the Green Monster suppress his power to LF?

4:27
Brad Johnson: I don’t see any reason to expect a change. He’ll lose a few and he’ll gain a few

4:28
Mel Jr.: David Dahl gonna open the season with the Rockies or do you see him getting sent down?

4:28
Brad Johnson: Getting a lot of questions about Dahl

4:28
Brad Johnson: I don’t have any special insight into this situation. But I expect him to go to Triple-A initially.

4:28
Moelicious: What is BSOHL?

4:29
Brad Johnson: Best Shape of His Life

4:29
Mario Mendoza: Duda has basically same Depth Chart projections as Bird, Smoak, and Alonso…and is free. But are the projections not seeing something that makes those other 3 so much more expensive in auctions?

4:30
Brad Johnson: Yea. The trio are all ascendant. Bird is young/upsidey. Both Smoak and Alonso made major adjustments to their game so the projections are 2/3rds on mostly irrelevant data

4:30
Brad Johnson: Duda didn’t change, and he’s going to an ugly park for power

4:30
Brad Johnson: Nothing wrong with rostering him if you need to make a budget play, but the other 3 are way better plays

4:31
brood550: Got a request for my closers.  What is the value of Kimbrel, Eddy Diaz, Morrow, and Doolittle.  It is a sv/H league so they do get punished there.   I don’t have any glaring holes and I could move one without a problem.  is it worth it?  should I stay pat or do you think I could make a deal to acquire Acuna from him?

4:31
Brad Johnson: If your rival puts Acuna on the table, take it. Especially if it’s any kind of keeper format.

4:32
Brad Johnson: If it’s a redraft, you could try Doolittle or Morrow for Acuna, but I might just wait until he’s feeling some pain

4:32
Brian: re: schwarbs. cc had an insane body makeover one year. didn’t really translate to the field.

4:32
Brad Johnson: Not a fair comp

4:32
Tom: Dylan Bundy slider for real? I think I wanna buy it. Looked awesome in person a couple of weeks ago?

4:32
Brad Johnson: Yea, it’s fantastic

4:32
Brad Johnson: the rest of the repertoire…

4:32
Brad Johnson: well, it’s not fantastic

4:33
Bob: More 2018 home runs — Matt Olson or Hoskins, and how many each?

4:33
Brad Johnson: I’ll go Hoskins

4:33
Brad Johnson: 35 and 31?

4:33
3 Ben Sheets to the Wind: In shallow leagues with only 3 OF, does that lower the value of the first rounders like Bryce, Mookie and Blackmon?

4:33
Brad Johnson: No

4:33
Brad Johnson: But it does lower everybody after JDM/Bellinger/Judge range

4:34
Brad Johnson: You go from a bunch of $30 guys to $1 REALLY fast

4:34
Brad Johnson: Or if you’re using rounds, you just focus on other positions

4:34
Mark: In 16TM 5×5 roto, hitting is solid, but my pitchers are lacking. Can I get by with SPs led by Archer, Arrieta, and Richards, or should I go RP heavy and hope I win ratios and SV?

4:35
Brad Johnson: You still have time to spike some cheap breakouts. Either via waivers or buying early

4:35
Brad Johnson: Try that path before going with relievers. The RP strategy almost never works. It’s an emergency plan

4:35
Helen: Dominic Leone a good spec right now or does Gregerson have the job?

4:36
Brad Johnson: I think Gregerson basically has the job if healthy, but Leone is still a good speculative pick

4:36
Dauber: What are the chances Dahl makes the MLB roster out of ST?  If not, stash him or Calhoun?

4:36
Brad Johnson: stash Calhoun

4:36
Brad Johnson: The Rangers just want to get a look at Drew Robinson. As soon as somebody is hurt, we’ll see Calhoun.

4:37
Sandy Ravage: 14 team H2H points dynasty. My league WAY overvalues starting pitching, so my strategy this year was to go heavy on hitting, get 1 ace and then take a bunch of chances and stream starts. Just lost Jahrel Cotton, who should I look to replace him? Low ownership guys, like 10% owned or less

4:37
Brad Johnson: Kyle Gibson still looks like late season Kyle Gibson to me

4:38
Brad Johnson: People seem to like Pivetta. I’m not quite on board yet

4:38
Brad Johnson: Brandon McCarthy is legit good when he’s healthy

4:38
Moses: O/U 15 HR, 20 SB and .340 OBP for Acuna this year?

4:38
Brad Johnson: Over Under Over

4:38
Mr. Freeze: re: pitching heavy in H2H. would you consider taking Scherzer ahead of Goldschmidt in the first round of a keeper? have both Hoskins and Kluber already so either one is a cherry on top pick to either give the rotation or offense a leg up

4:38
Brad Johnson: I’d definitely consider it

4:39
Brad Johnson: Not positive I’d do it, but don’t dismiss it out of hand. It’s a riskier strategy

4:39
Harry: In a 6×6 (OBP and Avg), where would Suzuki/Flowers rank among catchers if they were one person?

4:39
Brad Johnson: fringe top 10

4:39
Brad Johnson: I believe in the Suzuki breakout. Not as thrilled about Flowers

4:40
Oil Can Boyd: Dropped Lucas Duda for Kevin Kiermaier immediately after the draft in an OBP league, smart move?

4:40
Brad Johnson: Looks fine to me

4:40
Paul Goldschmidt: How much are you discounting me with the humidor? Project for over/Under 26 HRs?

4:40
Brad Johnson: I’ll take the over

4:40
Brad Johnson: I’m not really discounting Goldy. I figure he’s elite enough to overcome the humidor

4:40
Brad Johnson: Guys I’m discounting are Pollock, Lamb, Ketel, and Owings

4:41
Michelle: I’m sure you hate these questions, but can’t hurt to ask. 14-team mixed, 10 keepers,  $260 budget, the usual (2 c’s, MI, CI, U, 5 OF). Pick three: Eric Thames- $2
Schoop $10
Inciarte $9
Mazara $14
Pollock $13
C.Santana $17
Corbin $1
J. Montgomery $1

Thanks!

4:41
Brad Johnson: I do hate these questions!

4:41
Brad Johnson: My biggest issue is that I’m not in these leagues

4:42
Brad Johnson: I don’t have anything internalized about them so I can only speak very generally

4:42
Brad Johnson: I think the value for Santana is poor

4:42
Brad Johnson: If you need steals, that helps the case for Pollock. I’d pay the $4 to take him over Inciarte – unless you need the steals X2

4:43
Brad Johnson: Thames is platoony Bellinger

4:43
Brad Johnson: Big fan of JorMont

4:43
Brad Johnson: but you might be able to get him back for like $5

4:43
Brad Johnson: his price varies wildly

4:43
Brad Johnson: Mazara could work if you’re willing to bet on growth

4:43
Brad Johnson: He’s probably going to go wild one of these years

4:43
Brad Johnson: like Marcell Ozuna

4:44
Brad Johnson: Schoop is probably a must-keep at that price

4:44
Brad Johnson: so… Schoop, Pollock, Mazara? Unless that’s too much budget, then squeeze in Thames or jorMont

4:44
Sean: Any breakout $1 catchers on your radar?

4:44
Brad Johnson: Not really

4:45
Brad Johnson: Andrew Knapp I guess

4:45
Brad Johnson: I’m taking Chirinos and Suzuki for $1 though

4:45
Brad Johnson: those aren’t breakouts, just nice values on veterans

4:45
Wacha wacha: Any chance I’m the best stl pitcher this year?

4:45
Brad Johnson: Pretty small.

4:45
observation: you don’t seem grouchy today.

4:46
Brad Johnson: I dunno. I’m pretty much only grumpy when somebody hands me a list of chores.

4:46
Brad Johnson: So I don’t know how I got that reputation

4:46
Guest: In a vacuum, who gets the final spot on my roster in a 12 team points league. Orlando Arcia, Ketel Marte, Jose Martinez, Andrelton Simmons, or Yander Alonso

4:47
Brad Johnson: Interesting… I think I go Martinez, assuming your last roster spot is a bench player

4:47
Brad Johnson: then you just hang onto him until he earns a bigger role

4:47
Erik: What are the weirdest league settings you’ve played in that you hated?

4:47
Brad Johnson: In high school, I made a 10×10 public yahoo league

4:48
Brad Johnson: Generally, I hate any kind of weekly league that isn’t also a very deep dynasty

4:48
Brad Johnson: if it’s redraft, weekly is inexcusable.

4:48
Brad Johnson: (*hack* #TGFBI *cough*)

4:48
Brad Johnson: :)

4:49
tacopocket: 12 team 1 catcher league – how early do you take sanchez?   late 2nd?

4:49
Brad Johnson: No

4:49
Brad Johnson: Honestly, I don’t take Sanchez in that format. He’s gone before pick 35.

4:50
Brad Johnson: Replacement level is very high. If it’s a daily league, you can roster both Grandal and Barnes with end-round picks

4:50
Brad Johnson: And get top 3 catcher production

4:50
bartolo: you like pairing Arenado with Dee to start a standard 15 team 5×5 roto? seems like Arenado can support Dee’s shortcomings

4:50
Brad Johnson: Definitely have to draft Dee knowing that you already picked a bunch of HR. Prefer Stanton with him.

4:50
Brad Johnson: Or Judge.

4:50
KD: How do you see the Milwaukee OF playing out. Drafted Braun and I’m curious if he can get 500 PA this year

4:51
Brad Johnson: I’m worried about Braun. If he’s actually spending time at 1B, his back is going to die.

4:51
Brad Johnson: I picked him for $14 the other day, so it’s not like I’m out on him

4:51
Schmerek: Please rank Charlie Morton, Kevin Gausman, Jordan Montomery, Aaron Sanchez for this year only.

4:51
Brad Johnson: Sanchez, Morton, Monty, Gausman

4:51
Brad Johnson: Check back in July when Gausman is ready to start performing

4:52
Brian: Odds Domingo Santana gets 600 ABs this year?

4:52
Brad Johnson: 25%

4:52
Moelicious: Who is closing in TEX?

4:52
Brad Johnson: A mix of Diekman, Claudio, and Bush

4:52
Brad Johnson: Basically, Claudio if the starter goes deep. Diekman or Bush if not.

4:52
KilleBrews: Does Miguel Andujar have enough upside in 12 team dynasty to burn a bench spot in daily league (7 slots)?

4:52
Brad Johnson: fringy

4:53
Brad Johnson: If Drury is playing well, you can move on by mid-April

4:53
Brad Johnson: assuming it’s not one of those BABIP flukes

4:53
Brad Johnson: You need to know Andujar has a path to playing time

4:53
Dr. Met: Nimmo, Soler or someone else (Davidson, Peraza) as post- hype but spring hyped value hitter?

4:53
Brad Johnson: I think I like Nimmo most

4:54
Brad Johnson: Got myself a $2 Soler share in one league though

4:54
Brad Johnson: Think I have 3 Nimmos

4:54
Schilling and Pence: I’m worried about Stanton/the Yankees.  Gardner is so so leadoff at this point, and then we go Judge, Stanton, Bird–opportunity for a gazillion whiffs and a lot of one-run HRs.  Do you see this as a concern?

4:54
Brad Johnson: Not really, that’s going to really wear out opposing pitchers

4:54
Joe: You got a seat on the Jose Martinez hype train?

4:55
Brad Johnson: It’s weird. I was an early adopter, but I’m not buying the next JDM narrative. Maybe the next… Yonder?

4:55
Ancient Mariner: Do you believe in Jose Martinez, can he get 500 PA?

4:55
Brad Johnson: A popular player today. He can. I’m betting on 450 for now.

4:56
Brad Johnson: That’s one early season injury to somebody from 500+

4:56
Mr. Freeze: re 2B being super deep – it seems like every good 2B is in the AL. have any NL favorites for a deep “only” league after Ozzie, Happ, Murphy, and Lemahiu are gone? Seems like you like Cesar H. Anyone else?

4:56
Brad Johnson: Let me think about this a moment.

4:56
Brad Johnson: Ketel

4:57
Brad Johnson: Harrison, Villar, Scooter, Flores, Castro, Pirela

4:57
Brad Johnson: Dietrich (might play LF), stash Kingery, Forsythe

4:58
Brad Johnson: Oh, Howie Kendrick early

4:58
Brad Johnson: I think Scooter, Villar, and Kendrick are my early favorites of those

4:58
Brad Johnson: you’re going to be moving on from Kendrick pretty quickly though

4:58
Brad Johnson: and be prepared for the same with Villar via Sogard or others

4:59
Youth served: My team is thin until a couple of youngsters get the call.  F.Mejia & W.Calhoun specifically.  Can I expect them to be up in May?

4:59
Brad Johnson: Sorry, but no you can’t.

4:59
Brad Johnson: I think it’s over 50% for Calhoun

4:59
Brad Johnson: The Indians are trying to find a second position for Mejia – so far unsuccessfully

4:59
Brad Johnson: his batting is likely to suffer as he learns to be a utility guy

5:00
Rookies: Bigger impact for fantasy in 2018 – Willie Calhoun or Francisco Mejia?

5:00
Brad Johnson: Calhoun

5:00
D-backs closer: Is it Boxberger or Bradley???

5:00
Brad Johnson: Or Hirano. Still no clarity

5:00
ringers: Is Brinson going to break camp with Marlins

5:00
Brad Johnson: Increasingly likely. They’re talking about him as a leadoff guy

5:00
Anacott Steel: Who wins Chisox closer role beginning of season and who has it at ASB?

5:00
Brad Johnson: Soria and Soria?

5:01
Brad Johnson: I really like Jones, but his slider-heavy approach doesn’t seem to mix with health

5:01
KilleBrews: What kind of value can former crushes Velasquez, Karns and Homer B have this year?

5:01
Brad Johnson: Velasquez has some hope, Karns could have some home park help, steer clear of Homer

5:01
Brad Johnson: That park…

5:01
Dr. Met: jeimer a run in the mill 3b in a deep 3b pool? you think he ever develops any power or is he a 270/330/400 kinda guy with 20 hr tops and no speed?

5:02
Brad Johnson: I think he can do a little better in the OBP department

5:02
Brad Johnson: Basically though…

5:02
Brad Johnson: The lady of the apartment tells me it’s time to wrap this up

5:03
Brad Johnson: let’s do a few more

5:03
tacopocket: Do you prefer iannetta or martin?  obviously a 2 catcher league

5:03
Brad Johnson: Iannetta

5:03
weezy: Ian Happ or Yoan Moncada in an OBP & SLG league?

5:03
Brad Johnson: I think I go Happ for 2018

5:03
Brad Johnson: Moncada is still pre-MLB success. Although the high power floor makes the upside all the more tempting

5:03
Kuzenheimer: Is Machado a first round pick in a 10 team? Better year than last year in contract year?

5:04
Brad Johnson: Fringe. Can be in the mix for pick 7 through 18

5:04
Jake Lamb of God: What are the deepest/shallowest positions this year?

5:04
Brad Johnson: shallowest is definitely catcher

5:04
Brad Johnson: depending on your format, deepest is 2B or OF

5:04
Brad Johnson: 1B a close third

5:04
Brad Johnson: SS and 3B aren’t too far back

5:04
Brad Johnson: As Jeff Z’s been saying all winter, there is no position scarcity

5:05
Mike: how are you projecting Arron Sanchez  ? 2016 or 2017?

5:05
Brad Johnson: 2016 minus a small amount

5:05
Jake Lamb of God: What is your favorite pick (or buy) of this draft season?

5:05
Brad Johnson: Aaron Sanchez

5:05
Brad Johnson: He costs NOTHING

5:05
Mr. Freeze: what makes you like Knapp?

5:05
Brad Johnson: He’s a legit good hitter. Lots of barrels. There’s growth potential if he can make more contact or hit more fly balls

5:06
Brad Johnson: and the bar for catcher is so low

5:06
Brad Johnson: If you’re referring to Alfaro’s presence, I’m not sure he can hit in the majors

5:06
Brad Johnson: Although reports of his defense this spring are encouraging, his defense tends to draw praise early in the year

5:06
Brad Johnson: Later, scouts are saying how lazy he is

5:06
Brad Johnson: So I’m guess he kind of wears out easy

5:07
Brad Johnson: that tells me a 50/50 split is the best way to maximize his production

5:07
Manga: How high would you go for Acuna in a keep-forever league in the round they are drafted?

5:07
Brad Johnson: 5? Anything higher doesn’t offer much long term potential

5:07
Brad Johnson: Maybe 4

5:07
Dr. Met: Dexter fowler = adam eaton if you reverse their sb and hr totals?

5:07
Brad Johnson: Love Dexter Fowler

5:07
Brad Johnson: Another guy who’s very good and costs nothing

5:08
Brad Johnson: 5 category production and a monster in OBP

5:08
Brad Johnson: ok, it’s been fun. I’ve got to run.

5:08
KilleBrews: Any love for Brandon Belt in H2H points league this year?…Strong projections as usual…

5:08
Brad Johnson: Yes, he’s so steady

5:08
Vegan Man!: Who do you like better over the next 3-5 years in a points league, Smoak or Bird? Thanks!

5:08
Brad Johnson: Bird

5:08
Brad Johnson: Smoak is old

5:08
Jason: Who do you trust more, Bregman or Yelich?

5:08
Brad Johnson: Trust? Yelich

5:08
Brad Johnson: I’m drafting Bregman first tho



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Can we please get an option for the auction calculator to output raw category totals rather than m$ values? Would be very helpful. I know someone told me how to do this myself last year, but I’m not that smart.