When they go low, we go high.
Notes on Bo Bichette, Shawn Morimando, Rafael Devers, Stephen Gonsalves, Sandy Alcantara, and more.
On the 12th episode of DFA, Zach Crizer’s back to join R.J. in talking about the National League Central … which of course means discussing the Brewers and their new load of upcoming talent.
In a new season, don’t be haunted by old ghosts. Try fresh tactics.
Chris Sale gets zero run support, Keon Broxton does his Aaron Judge impression, Bryce Harper leaves in a hurry, and Jose Berrios shines.
Matt applies tunneling stats to Robert Frost; Mary gives Scooter Gennett an origin story; and Patrick defends whimsy.
Cameron Maybin and Mallex Smith make for valuable speedsters in mixed leagues, while Matt Adams continues to show value filling in for Freddie Freeman. Meanwhile, it’s time to talk Turleyâ€”Nik Turleyâ€”and to speak Franchyâ€”Franchy Cordero.
Don’t you act surprised when it all goes to hell on your dime.
Corey Kluber is described as robot-like for several reasons, including his dependability. So start him twice. The same goes for Clayton Kershaw and Jon Lester.
Is the Royals’ offense too homer-dependent or just not good enough?