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Good work as always, Zach. These have become a daily highlight to read.
I got legit pumped up to see a sub-17 trot.
Happy to see the increased frequency of articles from the Professor on BP. Good stuff.
80 comment here
I'm not sure if I could forget whiffing 6 times in a game.
I trust your opinion on Hawkins, but Shiner Bock is awesome.
How dare you not choose (guy I would have chosen) for the all-time tool?!?
Yes, I didn't mean to exclude the rest of the team in my comment above. Great stuff by all of you guys.
Matt Garza not even one star?
Outstanding stuff in your first year doing the prospect lists, Professor. Here's to many more.
Really enjoying this series and the format.
I agree with the Angels trio being the best, but am I crazy to think that Votto/Bruce/Phillips (or Choo)warrant some consideration?
I'd argue that nothing put more butts in the seats than winning than a guy who can run fast and do little else.
I sure as #@$% wasn't ponying up to see Tony Campana hit the basepaths (and I realize he's not as fast as BH).
I'm eager to see Hamilton as much as anybody, and I'm "buying" him as a prospect. But, he's gotta hit a little to have value.
The humor in grammar-nitting then randomly capitalizing antecedent isn't lost on me, fwiw.
Just FYI- your first sentence on Rendon is missing an Antecedent, it makes it look like you're talking about Profar's college career and injury history.
Really enjoy this series, thanks again.
It still looks like the players in both tables cost more in LABR, where the wording indicates that the 2nd group cost less in LABR than CBS.
I like the new format and "jargon" just fine. I've come to like them better than the previous formats, and that's not a slight to those. I don't think 'average run' is something that should be considered over anybody's head. Especially when the primer is posted at the top of each.
Keep up the good work, and please realize that there are myriad people out there that appreciate your hard work and the style you bring to it.
Love seeing these breakdowns, they usually come from a helpful BP commenter. Thank for doing the legwork for us this year.
Also, got my book yesterday, and it's wonderful as usual.
Great work. Excited to see two Cubs in the top 20.
Excellent stuff. This is the type of fantasy content I was hoping BP would add. Thanks for the hard work.
I had high expectations when we were told Jason was taking over this series. He, and the rest of the BPers that put in work on the prospect end, have exceeded those expectations. Well done.
Yeah, that's an 80 name.
Well done as always, Jason. But, as a Cub fan, this article made me a bit ill.
Very cool addition. Thanks for this.
I like the new top 10s. Great work, Jason.
Enjoyed the article, glad to see the prospect content here is going to continue to be excellent.
Very happy to see that these will continue. Great job, Bradley.
If KG wrote about one guy every Monday, and suddenly switched up and wrote about 10, people would find a way to complain about that, too. "I pay for in-depth analysis, blah blah blah..."
I enjoyed the article, thanks Sarge.
*once or twice
I say it once a twice a baseball season, at least, but it bears repeating. This column is something I look forward to every day. Thanks for the good work, Sarge.
Picked it on Tuesday, so far my 7-week old has not allowed me to play it.
Good show. It would be awesome if you could have Law and Callis on more often. That was a great segment, IMO. I could listen to the three of you (and the Professor) talk prospects all day.
Is there a reason some people don't show up? I can't see Mesoraco, for instance.
Absolutely love this style of article. Cool stuff.
Thanks! That's excellent.
Is there a way we can add the ability to jump directly to the comments for articles that appear in the middle column, as we already can for articles that appear in the Blogs sidebar?
I like that cover, too.
Any chance of placing a dollar value on each of those categories at which the player is keepable?
Cool idea for an article, enjoyed this one.
I really don't feel that Victorino is worth keeping in an AL-only league.
Glad to have these back. One of my favorite series of articles of the year, anywhere.
Just watched on DVR; good work, Jay.
This series is always a highlight of the offseason. Keep up the good work, KG.
(Scurries to find Javier Baez's DOB)
Awesome idea, I've often wondered about all of those things.
Seeing "Cubs" by Hak-Ju Lee makes me profoundly sad.
Sad to see you go, Marc.
I'd like to see the Pitch f/x data on balls 1 and 3. They both look like they caught a chunk of the plate.
I'll take the under.
I've said it before, but this is something I look forward to every day, and it never disappoints. Thanks for the good work, Kevin.
I have to constantly remind myself that I shouldn't root against Cowgill just because his name reminds me so much of Colin Cowherd.
I'm sure this has been asked (and answered) before, but do you record trot times for every home run? If so, is there a master list?
Good stuff, I always look forward to these as well.
Good article, but I'm sort of glad that my league isn't this deep.
I'd agree with your assessment about the back-end players. I've managed to mess with the settings enough to make my values look about right, but my league has a different roster configuration- we only start 15 players per day.
My NL-only auction is Saturday, this was a fun read.
I really enjoy the content Larry has added to the site. Good work, it's always a fun and interesting read.
Good deal, I thought my brain was broken for a bit.
Josh Johnson didn't lose any days to injury last year?
Love all the new features, PFM is better than ever.
One thing I do miss, though, is the feature that told you what your max bid was based on your roster size and players remaining. It's not that hard to figure out on my own, but it was a nice touch.
The improvements more than balance this out for me, though.
I accidentally left the settings to MLB and it showed Pujols @ $50, which feels about right for my draft. However, when I changed it to NL-only, it bumps him down to $39, any idea why?
Excellent, can't wait.
That's more than 20 words!
Love the fantasy content on BP. Won a highly competitive NL-only league last year and BP was my only go-to resource. Thanks to you and the other guys for your hard work.
The Minor League Update is something I look forward to reading every day. Thanks for the good work, Kevin.
I don't find the hitting too hard at all. Love The Show.
How much higher would Dunn rank in a league that uses OPS instead of BA?
I had no issues with the old way, and really like this new system. I appreciate all the good work you do.
Good stuff, as always. Future Shock is one of my favorite features on BP, always look forward to it.