Monday, September 5, 2016


Ryan Braun:  1/4 with his 25th HR while hitting .307.  I guess it is safe to put Braun back in the outfield 1 realm despite the checkered past. 

Chris Carter:  1/3 with his 33rd HR while hitting .228.  Yeah Carter is on one of those crazy power binges right now.  This is when you put him in there. 

Kyle Hendricks:  6 IP 5 H 1 ER 2 BB 6 K with an ERA of 2.07.  Wow.  I  Kyle Hendricks?  What is funny though is that his K/9 is lower this season but a .244 BABIP is VERY luckly.  It is likely Hendricks will be overvalued in 2017 given the BABIP correction and so be sure you grade him as a 3.00 ERA guy and not anything under.

Jacoby Ellsbury:  3/4 with his 7th HR while hitting .268.  Ellsbury is so mediocre now that he no longer plays against lefties and he has one steal in his last 39 games.  In other words he is useless. 

Chris Davis:  2/4 with his 34th HR while hitting .226.  Davis was happy because Mark Trumbo did not homer so he still thinks he has a chance to win the long ball title on his own team.

Ubaldo Jimenez:  9 IP 2 H 3 ER 1 BB 6 K with an ERA of 6.19.  Every player has their day in the sun.

Eric Hosmer:  2/3 with his 21st HR while hitting .273.  The deal with Hosmer is pretty set in stone.  He might hit for a better average and less power or more power and less average like this season.  Rinse and repeat.

Kendrys Morales:  1/3 with his 23rd HR while hitting .252.  There may not be more cheaper power in today's fantasy baseball and that will go for 2017 as well. 

Brian Dozier:  3/5 with 3 home runs (38 for season) while hitting .279.  I almost can't believe what I am seeing her.  Brian Dozier is hitting almost .280!  See what I did there? 

Bartolo Colon:  6 IP 5 H 0 ER 1 BB 2 K with an ERA of 3.22.  You would have thought that they second most valuable Mets pitcher this season would be Bartolo Colon?  The pitching equivalent of David Ortiz. 

Carlos Gonzalez:  2/4 with his 25th HR while hitting .301.  Yeah you won't be getting 40 home runs this season but that reeked like an outlier anyways.  How about the newfound durability for CarGo? 

Trea Turner:  3/4 with his 6th HR while hitting .343.  Whatever you pay for Turner at the draft table next season, it will be completely worth it. 

Max Scherzer:  7 IP 7 H 2 ER 2 BB 5 K with an ERA of 2.88.  It is like last April never happened. 

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