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Nate Stoudt
I'm in a 11 team keeper league in which i can keep 10 players and no loss of draft picks for keeping them. We start 2 C, 1 1B, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 MI...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Week 1
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    I think I would rather have Seager and Cespedes, but if your outfield depth is pretty weak, then I would consider making this deal.
Aaron Schroeder
Give Cano and Quintana, get Cole, Street, and Kipnis. Take the trade or leave it?
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    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    leave it
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the trade.
mlbk1d
I'm just curious how the guys who consistently finish at the top of GPPS almost literally always know what team to stack in MLB. I mean it seems obvio...View Full Question
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For stack advice, check out the daily MLB DFS Stacks article. Here is the link to today's edition:

    https://www.numberfire.com/mlb/news/8760/4-daily-fantasy-baseball-stacks-for-5-2-16
Jared Gamer
Should I take this trade? I have Noah Syndergard and my friend is offering Jaime Garcia and Carlos Gomez for him?
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it were me, I wouldn't trade Syndengaard.
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    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    Dont make that trade
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    Keith Goldner (587 Reputation Points)
    We do not have assigned umpire crews anywhere on site. Sorry!
Clint Lomax
I have the $29/mo service now, but in trying to upgrade I can not do it without paying another $49....View Full Question
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    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    Clint, Please email us at connect@numberfire.com and we'll make sure you're taken care of.
Nate Stoudt
Keeper league, can only keep 10, I probably wont keep Wainwright next year if i don't move him
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    On it's face, assuming you could keep Kershaw next season, I think I would do the deal. Kershaw is incredible and clearly the top pitcher in fantasy baseball. I may wait a week or so until there is some more concrete news regarding his injury, as the term "indefinitely" is always terrifying. Mazara is having a good rookie year and produced at every level throughout the minors. There's no reason to think he won't be a good player for a long time. Stanton obviously provides elite power numbers, but Wainwright is having one of the worst seasons of his career. Getting ready to turn 35, it's safe to wonder if he's declining for good.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Crawford and Story are the better players. I'd try to deal Anderson. He's hitting with power so far, but Anderson doesn't have much of a track record of power in the minors. Story may never again have a stretch like he did earlier this season, but he's going to get to play half his games in Coors and should be able to hit about 20-30 jacks per year -- which is incredibly valuable as a SS. Crawford, by all accounts, is going to be a very good player. He derives some value from his defense, which doesn't help in fantasy, but he's been a top-rated prospect for a while and has produced at every level.

    With all that said, I think you could get more in return if you dealt Crawford or Story. Even though I think Crawford will be the better player, Story would probably be the most attractive trade piece right now since he's done it at the big-league level. If you're not concerned with 2016, I'd probably start by dangling him and seeing if anyone is willing to blow you away with an offer.
Mike Taylor
I have Jonathon Villar at short stop, so I am playing Tulo in my utility spot. Is Tulo for Maikel Franco a fair trade?
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    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no stick with MF
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    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    Tulo definitely has disappointed in Toronto and seems to always be injured. If you told me this was a keeper league, Franco is an absolute no brainer. In redraft, it's closer, but I'd still go with Franco.

    Check our projected stats for each. It's close, but Franco comes out ahead:
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/troy-tulowitzki?term=troy%20t
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/maikel-franco?term=maike
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Chris Davis for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco? My team is not going to compete this year and Davis will be too expen...View Full Question
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    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the Trade!
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    This trade all depends on the structure of your league. If you can keep players based on a designated pricing system, this could be an interesting trade. But it is hard to say without that information.

    If you are willing to be patient, Berrios and Fulmer could be a pretty solid return. You may want to explore some other options though for younger players already making an impact in the MLB.
Caelin Schneider
I drafted Freddie Freeman, and picked White off waivers to hold out until Freeman finds himself. Meanwhile Park was dropped in my league, would he be ...View Full Question
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    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Park
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    In my opinion I'd say White just because of the upside of playing in the Astros offense, but it is pretty close.
Steven
Jaso is only eligible at OF and not C. Forsythe is only eligible at 2B.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Steven,

    Those two players' positions have been corrected.
Thomas Mancini
14 team H2H Weekly Points League – Can keep one for this season. I included their total points last season along with the round it would cost this s...View Full Question
  • 0
    Sean Murphy (715 Reputation Points)
    I would go with Correa. In a points league he is potentially the top player in the game at some point in the next 3 seasons.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it is a long term keeper league, I would keep Walker. If you are trying to win this season, I might side with Zimmerman. But long-term I'd want Walker.
p j
In a 5x5 Keeper League. Was offered Arrieta and Matz for Rizzo. Dominating all the hitting categories (with Dee Gordon due to return soon) and am weak...View Full Question
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    That's a great question. I passed it along to Jim Sannes, who does our mailbag. He'll break it down for ya in the next edition of our MLB mailbag!
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Hosmer is the best player in this deal, in my opinion. If you're desperate for power, Sano isn't a bad guy to target, but I think you're giving up too much here.
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    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no
Eric Burson
How does one of your articles say target ​Troy Tulowitzki and another article says avoid him?
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Sometimes players can overlap like that, but each writer has their own argument with reasoning behind why that player is included. In these cases, you may have to decide which argument is more convincing when deciding whether to play that player.
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    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    And it's all about relative value, what you would have to give up to get him, and what your expectations are.

    If you are able to get him cheap, and aren't expecting him to put up the numbers he did with the Rockies, you could be buying him low and capitalize on some potential upside being in the middle of a potent Blue Jays offense.

    On the other hand, if you think you are getting a steal and give up too much, you may be disappointed. He is often injured and has not played well in Toronto thus far, among the other statistical indicators cited. Many people will likely overpay to get him based on name value.

    Moreso than many players, Tulo has arguments that come on either side of the coin.
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Mike Trout for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco in a keeper league? My team is not going to compete this year so no rea...View Full Question
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Based on your other question here, I wouldn't trade Trout, especially if you can get the same deal for Chris Davis.
Tommy Marcheschi
Will Tyler White stay hot enough to be worth trading for? And if so, should I trade Adam Eaton? I have a solid outfield, and I already have Adrian B...View Full Question
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Tommy,

    In my personal opinion, I think I would hold onto Eaton. He will be rock solid throughout the season and still offers upside. With White, while his streak thus far has been impressive, a cold streak could threaten his job security in the summer. If you already have Beltre at 3B and assuming you are solid at 1st as well, I would stick with Eaton.
Jimmy Rudig
Playing in a 16-team 8x8 roto league. Also 12-keepers from year to year. ...View Full Question
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For a 12-keeper league, I would definitely do this trade. Odor has a bright future and is only going to get better. Basically this trade boils down to Odor/Ortiz and I'd definitely rather have Odor moving forward. For this year alone, the two are pretty even as it is.
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    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    No. Unfortunately, we do not provide DFS Advice for College sports at this time.
Nate Stoudt
I'm in a 11 team keeper league in which i can keep 10 players and no loss of draft picks for keeping them. We start 2 C, 1 1B, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 MI...View Full Question
p j
In a 5x5 Keeper League. Was offered Arrieta and Matz for Rizzo. Dominating all the hitting categories (with Dee Gordon due to return soon) and am weak...View Full Question
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    That's a great question. I passed it along to Jim Sannes, who does our mailbag. He'll break it down for ya in the next edition of our MLB mailbag!
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Crawford and Story are the better players. I'd try to deal Anderson. He's hitting with power so far, but Anderson doesn't have much of a track record of power in the minors. Story may never again have a stretch like he did earlier this season, but he's going to get to play half his games in Coors and should be able to hit about 20-30 jacks per year -- which is incredibly valuable as a SS. Crawford, by all accounts, is going to be a very good player. He derives some value from his defense, which doesn't help in fantasy, but he's been a top-rated prospect for a while and has produced at every level.

    With all that said, I think you could get more in return if you dealt Crawford or Story. Even though I think Crawford will be the better player, Story would probably be the most attractive trade piece right now since he's done it at the big-league level. If you're not concerned with 2016, I'd probably start by dangling him and seeing if anyone is willing to blow you away with an offer.
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    I think I would rather have Seager and Cespedes, but if your outfield depth is pretty weak, then I would consider making this deal.
Eric Burson
How does one of your articles say target ​Troy Tulowitzki and another article says avoid him?
  • 1
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Sometimes players can overlap like that, but each writer has their own argument with reasoning behind why that player is included. In these cases, you may have to decide which argument is more convincing when deciding whether to play that player.
  • 0
    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    And it's all about relative value, what you would have to give up to get him, and what your expectations are.

    If you are able to get him cheap, and aren't expecting him to put up the numbers he did with the Rockies, you could be buying him low and capitalize on some potential upside being in the middle of a potent Blue Jays offense.

    On the other hand, if you think you are getting a steal and give up too much, you may be disappointed. He is often injured and has not played well in Toronto thus far, among the other statistical indicators cited. Many people will likely overpay to get him based on name value.

    Moreso than many players, Tulo has arguments that come on either side of the coin.
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Chris Davis for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco? My team is not going to compete this year and Davis will be too expen...View Full Question
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the Trade!
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    This trade all depends on the structure of your league. If you can keep players based on a designated pricing system, this could be an interesting trade. But it is hard to say without that information.

    If you are willing to be patient, Berrios and Fulmer could be a pretty solid return. You may want to explore some other options though for younger players already making an impact in the MLB.
mlbk1d
I'm just curious how the guys who consistently finish at the top of GPPS almost literally always know what team to stack in MLB. I mean it seems obvio...View Full Question
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For stack advice, check out the daily MLB DFS Stacks article. Here is the link to today's edition:

    https://www.numberfire.com/mlb/news/8760/4-daily-fantasy-baseball-stacks-for-5-2-16
Tommy Marcheschi
Will Tyler White stay hot enough to be worth trading for? And if so, should I trade Adam Eaton? I have a solid outfield, and I already have Adrian B...View Full Question
  • 1
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Tommy,

    In my personal opinion, I think I would hold onto Eaton. He will be rock solid throughout the season and still offers upside. With White, while his streak thus far has been impressive, a cold streak could threaten his job security in the summer. If you already have Beltre at 3B and assuming you are solid at 1st as well, I would stick with Eaton.
Steven
Jaso is only eligible at OF and not C. Forsythe is only eligible at 2B.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Steven,

    Those two players' positions have been corrected.
  • 0
    Keith Goldner (587 Reputation Points)
    We do not have assigned umpire crews anywhere on site. Sorry!
  • 0
    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    No. Unfortunately, we do not provide DFS Advice for College sports at this time.
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it is a long term keeper league, I would keep Walker. If you are trying to win this season, I might side with Zimmerman. But long-term I'd want Walker.
Nate Stoudt
Keeper league, can only keep 10, I probably wont keep Wainwright next year if i don't move him
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    On it's face, assuming you could keep Kershaw next season, I think I would do the deal. Kershaw is incredible and clearly the top pitcher in fantasy baseball. I may wait a week or so until there is some more concrete news regarding his injury, as the term "indefinitely" is always terrifying. Mazara is having a good rookie year and produced at every level throughout the minors. There's no reason to think he won't be a good player for a long time. Stanton obviously provides elite power numbers, but Wainwright is having one of the worst seasons of his career. Getting ready to turn 35, it's safe to wonder if he's declining for good.
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Week 1
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    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Hosmer is the best player in this deal, in my opinion. If you're desperate for power, Sano isn't a bad guy to target, but I think you're giving up too much here.
  • 0
    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no
Mike Taylor
I have Jonathon Villar at short stop, so I am playing Tulo in my utility spot. Is Tulo for Maikel Franco a fair trade?
  • 0
    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no stick with MF
  • 0
    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    Tulo definitely has disappointed in Toronto and seems to always be injured. If you told me this was a keeper league, Franco is an absolute no brainer. In redraft, it's closer, but I'd still go with Franco.

    Check our projected stats for each. It's close, but Franco comes out ahead:
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/troy-tulowitzki?term=troy%20t
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/maikel-franco?term=maike
Aaron Schroeder
Give Cano and Quintana, get Cole, Street, and Kipnis. Take the trade or leave it?
  • 0
    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    leave it
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the trade.
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Mike Trout for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco in a keeper league? My team is not going to compete this year so no rea...View Full Question
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Based on your other question here, I wouldn't trade Trout, especially if you can get the same deal for Chris Davis.
Caelin Schneider
I drafted Freddie Freeman, and picked White off waivers to hold out until Freeman finds himself. Meanwhile Park was dropped in my league, would he be ...View Full Question
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Park
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    In my opinion I'd say White just because of the upside of playing in the Astros offense, but it is pretty close.
Jared Gamer
Should I take this trade? I have Noah Syndergard and my friend is offering Jaime Garcia and Carlos Gomez for him?
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    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it were me, I wouldn't trade Syndengaard.
  • 0
    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    Dont make that trade
Jimmy Rudig
Playing in a 16-team 8x8 roto league. Also 12-keepers from year to year. ...View Full Question
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For a 12-keeper league, I would definitely do this trade. Odor has a bright future and is only going to get better. Basically this trade boils down to Odor/Ortiz and I'd definitely rather have Odor moving forward. For this year alone, the two are pretty even as it is.
Thomas Mancini
14 team H2H Weekly Points League – Can keep one for this season. I included their total points last season along with the round it would cost this s...View Full Question
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    Sean Murphy (715 Reputation Points)
    I would go with Correa. In a points league he is potentially the top player in the game at some point in the next 3 seasons.
Clint Lomax
I have the $29/mo service now, but in trying to upgrade I can not do it without paying another $49....View Full Question
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    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    Clint, Please email us at connect@numberfire.com and we'll make sure you're taken care of.
Nate Stoudt
I'm in a 11 team keeper league in which i can keep 10 players and no loss of draft picks for keeping them. We start 2 C, 1 1B, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SS, 1 MI...View Full Question
Nate Stoudt
Keeper league, can only keep 10, I probably wont keep Wainwright next year if i don't move him
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    On it's face, assuming you could keep Kershaw next season, I think I would do the deal. Kershaw is incredible and clearly the top pitcher in fantasy baseball. I may wait a week or so until there is some more concrete news regarding his injury, as the term "indefinitely" is always terrifying. Mazara is having a good rookie year and produced at every level throughout the minors. There's no reason to think he won't be a good player for a long time. Stanton obviously provides elite power numbers, but Wainwright is having one of the worst seasons of his career. Getting ready to turn 35, it's safe to wonder if he's declining for good.
p j
In a 5x5 Keeper League. Was offered Arrieta and Matz for Rizzo. Dominating all the hitting categories (with Dee Gordon due to return soon) and am weak...View Full Question
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    That's a great question. I passed it along to Jim Sannes, who does our mailbag. He'll break it down for ya in the next edition of our MLB mailbag!
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Week 1
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Crawford and Story are the better players. I'd try to deal Anderson. He's hitting with power so far, but Anderson doesn't have much of a track record of power in the minors. Story may never again have a stretch like he did earlier this season, but he's going to get to play half his games in Coors and should be able to hit about 20-30 jacks per year -- which is incredibly valuable as a SS. Crawford, by all accounts, is going to be a very good player. He derives some value from his defense, which doesn't help in fantasy, but he's been a top-rated prospect for a while and has produced at every level.

    With all that said, I think you could get more in return if you dealt Crawford or Story. Even though I think Crawford will be the better player, Story would probably be the most attractive trade piece right now since he's done it at the big-league level. If you're not concerned with 2016, I'd probably start by dangling him and seeing if anyone is willing to blow you away with an offer.
  • 0
    Austan Kas (538 Reputation Points)
    Hosmer is the best player in this deal, in my opinion. If you're desperate for power, Sano isn't a bad guy to target, but I think you're giving up too much here.
  • 0
    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    I think I would rather have Seager and Cespedes, but if your outfield depth is pretty weak, then I would consider making this deal.
Mike Taylor
I have Jonathon Villar at short stop, so I am playing Tulo in my utility spot. Is Tulo for Maikel Franco a fair trade?
  • 0
    mcgrowth (500 Reputation Points)
    no stick with MF
  • 0
    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    Tulo definitely has disappointed in Toronto and seems to always be injured. If you told me this was a keeper league, Franco is an absolute no brainer. In redraft, it's closer, but I'd still go with Franco.

    Check our projected stats for each. It's close, but Franco comes out ahead:
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/troy-tulowitzki?term=troy%20t
    http://www.numberfire.com/mlb/players/maikel-franco?term=maike
Eric Burson
How does one of your articles say target ​Troy Tulowitzki and another article says avoid him?
  • 1
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Sometimes players can overlap like that, but each writer has their own argument with reasoning behind why that player is included. In these cases, you may have to decide which argument is more convincing when deciding whether to play that player.
  • 0
    derek lynch (500 Reputation Points)
    And it's all about relative value, what you would have to give up to get him, and what your expectations are.

    If you are able to get him cheap, and aren't expecting him to put up the numbers he did with the Rockies, you could be buying him low and capitalize on some potential upside being in the middle of a potent Blue Jays offense.

    On the other hand, if you think you are getting a steal and give up too much, you may be disappointed. He is often injured and has not played well in Toronto thus far, among the other statistical indicators cited. Many people will likely overpay to get him based on name value.

    Moreso than many players, Tulo has arguments that come on either side of the coin.
Aaron Schroeder
Give Cano and Quintana, get Cole, Street, and Kipnis. Take the trade or leave it?
  • 0
    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    leave it
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the trade.
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Chris Davis for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco? My team is not going to compete this year and Davis will be too expen...View Full Question
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Make the Trade!
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    This trade all depends on the structure of your league. If you can keep players based on a designated pricing system, this could be an interesting trade. But it is hard to say without that information.

    If you are willing to be patient, Berrios and Fulmer could be a pretty solid return. You may want to explore some other options though for younger players already making an impact in the MLB.
JONATHAN ROSSI
Would you trade Mike Trout for Jose Berrios, Carson Fulmer, and Jorge Polanco in a keeper league? My team is not going to compete this year so no rea...View Full Question
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Based on your other question here, I wouldn't trade Trout, especially if you can get the same deal for Chris Davis.
mlbk1d
I'm just curious how the guys who consistently finish at the top of GPPS almost literally always know what team to stack in MLB. I mean it seems obvio...View Full Question
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For stack advice, check out the daily MLB DFS Stacks article. Here is the link to today's edition:

    https://www.numberfire.com/mlb/news/8760/4-daily-fantasy-baseball-stacks-for-5-2-16
Caelin Schneider
I drafted Freddie Freeman, and picked White off waivers to hold out until Freeman finds himself. Meanwhile Park was dropped in my league, would he be ...View Full Question
  • 0
    George Wimberly (500 Reputation Points)
    Park
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    In my opinion I'd say White just because of the upside of playing in the Astros offense, but it is pretty close.
Tommy Marcheschi
Will Tyler White stay hot enough to be worth trading for? And if so, should I trade Adam Eaton? I have a solid outfield, and I already have Adrian B...View Full Question
  • 1
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Tommy,

    In my personal opinion, I think I would hold onto Eaton. He will be rock solid throughout the season and still offers upside. With White, while his streak thus far has been impressive, a cold streak could threaten his job security in the summer. If you already have Beltre at 3B and assuming you are solid at 1st as well, I would stick with Eaton.
Jared Gamer
Should I take this trade? I have Noah Syndergard and my friend is offering Jaime Garcia and Carlos Gomez for him?
  • 3
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it were me, I wouldn't trade Syndengaard.
  • 0
    Max Barton (482 Reputation Points)
    Dont make that trade
Steven
Jaso is only eligible at OF and not C. Forsythe is only eligible at 2B.
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    Steven,

    Those two players' positions have been corrected.
Jimmy Rudig
Playing in a 16-team 8x8 roto league. Also 12-keepers from year to year. ...View Full Question
  • 0
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    For a 12-keeper league, I would definitely do this trade. Odor has a bright future and is only going to get better. Basically this trade boils down to Odor/Ortiz and I'd definitely rather have Odor moving forward. For this year alone, the two are pretty even as it is.
  • 0
    Keith Goldner (587 Reputation Points)
    We do not have assigned umpire crews anywhere on site. Sorry!
Thomas Mancini
14 team H2H Weekly Points League – Can keep one for this season. I included their total points last season along with the round it would cost this s...View Full Question
  • 0
    Sean Murphy (715 Reputation Points)
    I would go with Correa. In a points league he is potentially the top player in the game at some point in the next 3 seasons.
  • 0
    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    No. Unfortunately, we do not provide DFS Advice for College sports at this time.
Clint Lomax
I have the $29/mo service now, but in trying to upgrade I can not do it without paying another $49....View Full Question
  • 0
    Adam Kaplan (449 Reputation Points)
    Clint, Please email us at connect@numberfire.com and we'll make sure you're taken care of.
  • 2
    Matt Dirzulaitis (454 Reputation Points)
    If it is a long term keeper league, I would keep Walker. If you are trying to win this season, I might side with Zimmerman. But long-term I'd want Walker.

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