who do you like of three. Kang , J. McNeil, Kingery.?

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    • #97017
      AvatarDaBostonBeast
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      I like McNiel but Kang is swingin a mean bat!!! Kingery is the wild card, he may not help immediately but I don’t see Philly accepting Mediocrity from Franco for long with the acquisitions they’ve made,  he just sucks at handling pressure. If Kingery can Live up to his Billing and his minors numbers start to translate I believe he could be great if not a league winner. Just My opinion but I would love to hear yours.!!!

      The league I’m in is Net saves and Holds minus blown S+H. Would Love to wait for Ohtani to hit the DL but I Have 3 relievers Doolittle, Holland and Givens was looking at dropping Givens and Pick up comparable reliever when the spot opens up. Relievers just aren’t as valuable and just a fluid position bye nature. My Bench Hitters are McMahon, Jansen (Ramos Starter), and Adames (Peraza [email protected]) Adames is my only other ss eligible guy. No Drop worthy Starting P. If the Drop is Adames Kingery would have to be the pick-up to cover myself @ss.

      Another Team I would like to add Kingery in. I have Joc Pederson.. Never been a fan of him but it’s a deep 12 team mixed league 29 roster spots. From past experience Productive Offensive players become a rare commodity about Mid-season. Bottom Hitters are Palka, Flores , Pederson, McNeil, and Chirinos (Ramos Starter) Love Ramos but have to back him up even in 1C leagues. What’s Pederson’s outlook? He was a highly touted prospect once.

      Thank You

      Stephan

    • #97024
      Adam RonisAdam Ronis
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      McNeil is the best option there. I like Kang if you need power. He’s had good spring for power, but nothing else. He’s striking out a lot. McNeil is a better hitter and will play. Kingery does have upside, but he doesn’t having consistent playing time right now. A 12-team league with 29 roster spots isn’t extremely deep. The high stakes leagues are 15 teams with 30 roster spots. I would hold Pederson. He has big time power and could always emerge as a consistent player in a good lineup.

      • #97032
        AvatarDaBostonBeast
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        Thank You, That is sound logic and advice. In the other League I really want McNeil but then I would Have 4 bench Hitters to start the year in H2H Cats league w/ daily rosters I typically only want 2 and at the most 3 Bench hitters.Would you drop Givens or Adames  leaving only 1 SS?  I do believe Adames, Ended up holding onto him over Goodrum. But I believe McNeil is Legit with the avg, OBP, and good pop. Maybe I can trade to get another solid SS later or waiver gold will emerge.(Trade unlikely These guys fuckin hate me!) Think I’ll end up dropping Givens anyways. RP is a dime a dozen in the format. I’ll balance out the team later. Listening to today’s Scout Pod now. I value your opinion but I would never be like some of the bums I see who took advice from someone on something they were leaning to already, It doesn’t work out, then try to blame the pro who tried to help them. That’s Bullshit!! You are the Pro who’s opinion I trust Most because you will Not celebrate second place!!! Much Respect!

        As Always TY 4 ur Time

        Stephan

    • #97038
      Adam RonisAdam Ronis
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      Drop Givens. He has been awful in the spring and the Orioles won’t win many games. He could have weeks with 1-2 appearances with no save chances.

      • #97043
        AvatarDaBostonBeast
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        Much appreciated. When I get the open spot I’m definitely gonna grab Rosenthal to handcuff Doolittle. Try to trade for Archie Bradley. People might be down on him since they gave Holland the closer gig, But Bradley is still the better arm. Hoping Holland can turn back the clock to 2016-17, But I love handcuffing in this net Solds format.

        Have a great evening

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