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St. Louis Cardinals STL SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.25 Proj Runs: 4.25
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San Francisco Giants SF SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.08 Proj Runs: 4.08
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Miami Marlins MIA CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Cincinnati Reds CIN CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.19 Proj Runs: 4.19
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Cleveland Indians CLE BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Boston Red Sox BOS BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.27 Proj Runs: 4.27
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Washington Nationals WSH NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 5.34 Proj Runs: 5.34
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New York Mets NYM NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 3.92 Proj Runs: 3.92
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Texas Rangers TEX SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Seattle Mariners SEA SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 5.48 Proj Runs: 5.48
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    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I've lurked around numberfire for years but this is the first time I've noticed this section of the site. I've always considered the projections here because when you're speculating sports outcomes for whatever reason, it's my belief that you simply can't absorb *enough* information. At the end of the day, you gotta make your own calls but listening to the point of view from others can be a great way to reach your ultimate decision. It's too bad that this section of the site is about as dead as can be. People coming together like a hive-mind and helping each other out typically yeilds favorable results. As for your 1mo old question, a few things need to be considered. 1. Kelvin Herrera is a G, he's performing at a very high level so far this season. But the likelihood that he gets traded is pretty good and most of the potential destinations would use him in a setup role and his value in the fantasy realm would plummet. 2) Giles is pretty good himself and has grown as a pitcher in his time with Houston. Something you have to consider with him is the fact that the Astros win by a wider margin on average than most teams and Giles just sees that many fewer saves because of this. It's not something that cripples his value but it IS a thing. 3) Peacock is a different animal (see what I did there?) and can't really be compared to the two Closers in this question. In closing, hopefully you took Giles becasue the chance that Herrera is traded looms large and he would barely be roster worthy sans saves in most LGs.
numberFire.com
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Oakland Athletics OAK MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 5.33 Proj Runs: 5.33
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Minnesota Twins MIN MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 4.18 Proj Runs: 4.18
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Pittsburgh Pirates PIT MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Milwaukee Brewers MIL MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.70 Proj Runs: 4.70
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Chicago White Sox CHW CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Chicago Cubs CHC CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 5.22 Proj Runs: 5.22
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Atlanta Braves ATL PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 4.20 Proj Runs: 4.20
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Philadelphia Phillies PHI PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 3.65 Proj Runs: 3.65
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Houston Astros HOU LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 5.25 Proj Runs: 5.25
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Los Angeles Angels LAA LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 3.99 Proj Runs: 3.99
Kevin H
Dynasty League. Playoffs take top two from each division. I will make playoffs. My best OF is Brantley, but I have a super stud SP staff of Scherzer, ...View Full Question
Steve Foster
In you're MLB Fantasy articles for 5-16-18, you have Josh Reddick both in your "Value" and Avoid sections. How can he be a value if he is in...View Full Question
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    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
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    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I don't know what's up with the site contradicting themselves like that but you can almost certainly do better than Reddick ROS. Slump or no slump. He doesn't do anything particularly well and this season's clearly going to be a down one for him.
Chris Wasko
ESPN 10 Team League 6x6 (R, TB, RBI, SB, AVG, OBP; W, QS, K, SV, ERA, WHIP)...View Full Question
numberFire.com
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Detroit Tigers DET KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Kansas City Royals KC KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.02 Proj Runs: 4.02
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Los Angeles Dodgers LAD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 5.24 Proj Runs: 5.24
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San Diego Padres SD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 3.35 Proj Runs: 3.35
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Arizona Diamondbacks ARI COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 4.48 Proj Runs: 4.48
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Colorado Rockies COL COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 3.60 Proj Runs: 3.60
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New York Yankees NYY BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 5.87 Proj Runs: 5.87
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Baltimore Orioles BAL BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 4.01 Proj Runs: 4.01
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Toronto Blue Jays TOR TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 4.41 Proj Runs: 4.41
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Tampa Bay Rays TB TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 5.52 Proj Runs: 5.52
Steve Puglia
Assuming you use totals from sportsbook(s), do you mind including which one or ones? Thank you
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    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
numberFire.com
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St. Louis Cardinals STL SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.25 Proj Runs: 4.25
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San Francisco Giants SF SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.08 Proj Runs: 4.08
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Detroit Tigers DET KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Kansas City Royals KC KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.02 Proj Runs: 4.02
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Pittsburgh Pirates PIT MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Milwaukee Brewers MIL MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.70 Proj Runs: 4.70
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Cleveland Indians CLE BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Boston Red Sox BOS BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.27 Proj Runs: 4.27
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Arizona Diamondbacks ARI COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 4.48 Proj Runs: 4.48
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Colorado Rockies COL COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 3.60 Proj Runs: 3.60
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Atlanta Braves ATL PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 4.20 Proj Runs: 4.20
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Philadelphia Phillies PHI PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 3.65 Proj Runs: 3.65
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Texas Rangers TEX SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Seattle Mariners SEA SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 5.48 Proj Runs: 5.48
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Toronto Blue Jays TOR TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 4.41 Proj Runs: 4.41
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Tampa Bay Rays TB TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 5.52 Proj Runs: 5.52
Kevin H
Dynasty League. Playoffs take top two from each division. I will make playoffs. My best OF is Brantley, but I have a super stud SP staff of Scherzer, ...View Full Question
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    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
Chris Wasko
ESPN 10 Team League 6x6 (R, TB, RBI, SB, AVG, OBP; W, QS, K, SV, ERA, WHIP)...View Full Question
numberFire.com
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Oakland Athletics OAK MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 5.33 Proj Runs: 5.33
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Minnesota Twins MIN MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 4.18 Proj Runs: 4.18
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Miami Marlins MIA CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Cincinnati Reds CIN CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.19 Proj Runs: 4.19
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Los Angeles Dodgers LAD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 5.24 Proj Runs: 5.24
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San Diego Padres SD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 3.35 Proj Runs: 3.35
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Chicago White Sox CHW CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Chicago Cubs CHC CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 5.22 Proj Runs: 5.22
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Washington Nationals WSH NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 5.34 Proj Runs: 5.34
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New York Mets NYM NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 3.92 Proj Runs: 3.92
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New York Yankees NYY BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 5.87 Proj Runs: 5.87
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Baltimore Orioles BAL BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 4.01 Proj Runs: 4.01
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Houston Astros HOU LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 5.25 Proj Runs: 5.25
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Los Angeles Angels LAA LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 3.99 Proj Runs: 3.99
Steve Puglia
Assuming you use totals from sportsbook(s), do you mind including which one or ones? Thank you
Steve Foster
In you're MLB Fantasy articles for 5-16-18, you have Josh Reddick both in your "Value" and Avoid sections. How can he be a value if he is in...View Full Question
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    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
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    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I don't know what's up with the site contradicting themselves like that but you can almost certainly do better than Reddick ROS. Slump or no slump. He doesn't do anything particularly well and this season's clearly going to be a down one for him.
  • 0
    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I've lurked around numberfire for years but this is the first time I've noticed this section of the site. I've always considered the projections here because when you're speculating sports outcomes for whatever reason, it's my belief that you simply can't absorb *enough* information. At the end of the day, you gotta make your own calls but listening to the point of view from others can be a great way to reach your ultimate decision. It's too bad that this section of the site is about as dead as can be. People coming together like a hive-mind and helping each other out typically yeilds favorable results. As for your 1mo old question, a few things need to be considered. 1. Kelvin Herrera is a G, he's performing at a very high level so far this season. But the likelihood that he gets traded is pretty good and most of the potential destinations would use him in a setup role and his value in the fantasy realm would plummet. 2) Giles is pretty good himself and has grown as a pitcher in his time with Houston. Something you have to consider with him is the fact that the Astros win by a wider margin on average than most teams and Giles just sees that many fewer saves because of this. It's not something that cripples his value but it IS a thing. 3) Peacock is a different animal (see what I did there?) and can't really be compared to the two Closers in this question. In closing, hopefully you took Giles becasue the chance that Herrera is traded looms large and he would barely be roster worthy sans saves in most LGs.
numberFire.com
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St. Louis Cardinals STL SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.25 Proj Runs: 4.25
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San Francisco Giants SF SF @ STL Projected Runs: 4.08 Proj Runs: 4.08
numberFire.com
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Oakland Athletics OAK MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 5.33 Proj Runs: 5.33
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Minnesota Twins MIN MIN @ OAK Projected Runs: 4.18 Proj Runs: 4.18
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Detroit Tigers DET KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Kansas City Royals KC KC @ DET Projected Runs: 4.02 Proj Runs: 4.02
numberFire.com
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Miami Marlins MIA CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Cincinnati Reds CIN CIN @ MIA Projected Runs: 4.19 Proj Runs: 4.19
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Pittsburgh Pirates PIT MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Milwaukee Brewers MIL MIL @ PIT Projected Runs: 4.70 Proj Runs: 4.70
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Los Angeles Dodgers LAD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 5.24 Proj Runs: 5.24
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San Diego Padres SD SD @ LAD Projected Runs: 3.35 Proj Runs: 3.35
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Cleveland Indians CLE BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.56 Proj Runs: 4.56
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Boston Red Sox BOS BOS @ CLE Projected Runs: 4.27 Proj Runs: 4.27
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Chicago White Sox CHW CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 4.40 Proj Runs: 4.40
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Chicago Cubs CHC CHC @ CHW Projected Runs: 5.22 Proj Runs: 5.22
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Arizona Diamondbacks ARI COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 4.48 Proj Runs: 4.48
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Colorado Rockies COL COL @ ARI Projected Runs: 3.60 Proj Runs: 3.60
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Washington Nationals WSH NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 5.34 Proj Runs: 5.34
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New York Mets NYM NYM @ WSH Projected Runs: 3.92 Proj Runs: 3.92
numberFire.com
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Atlanta Braves ATL PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 4.20 Proj Runs: 4.20
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Philadelphia Phillies PHI PHI @ ATL Projected Runs: 3.65 Proj Runs: 3.65
numberFire.com
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New York Yankees NYY BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 5.87 Proj Runs: 5.87
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Baltimore Orioles BAL BAL @ NYY Projected Runs: 4.01 Proj Runs: 4.01
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Texas Rangers TEX SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 4.85 Proj Runs: 4.85
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Seattle Mariners SEA SEA @ TEX Projected Runs: 5.48 Proj Runs: 5.48
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Houston Astros HOU LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 5.25 Proj Runs: 5.25
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Los Angeles Angels LAA LAA @ HOU Projected Runs: 3.99 Proj Runs: 3.99
numberFire.com
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Toronto Blue Jays TOR TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 4.41 Proj Runs: 4.41
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Tampa Bay Rays TB TB @ TOR Projected Runs: 5.52 Proj Runs: 5.52
Kevin H
Dynasty League. Playoffs take top two from each division. I will make playoffs. My best OF is Brantley, but I have a super stud SP staff of Scherzer, ...View Full Question
Steve Puglia
Assuming you use totals from sportsbook(s), do you mind including which one or ones? Thank you
Steve Foster
In you're MLB Fantasy articles for 5-16-18, you have Josh Reddick both in your "Value" and Avoid sections. How can he be a value if he is in...View Full Question
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    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
  • 0
    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I don't know what's up with the site contradicting themselves like that but you can almost certainly do better than Reddick ROS. Slump or no slump. He doesn't do anything particularly well and this season's clearly going to be a down one for him.
  • 0
    Rayford Munk (500 Reputation Points)
    I watched NFL with NFLSQTV .COM and I think they have the best option to watch regular season too.
  • 0
    Andy Brown (305 Reputation Points)
    I've lurked around numberfire for years but this is the first time I've noticed this section of the site. I've always considered the projections here because when you're speculating sports outcomes for whatever reason, it's my belief that you simply can't absorb *enough* information. At the end of the day, you gotta make your own calls but listening to the point of view from others can be a great way to reach your ultimate decision. It's too bad that this section of the site is about as dead as can be. People coming together like a hive-mind and helping each other out typically yeilds favorable results. As for your 1mo old question, a few things need to be considered. 1. Kelvin Herrera is a G, he's performing at a very high level so far this season. But the likelihood that he gets traded is pretty good and most of the potential destinations would use him in a setup role and his value in the fantasy realm would plummet. 2) Giles is pretty good himself and has grown as a pitcher in his time with Houston. Something you have to consider with him is the fact that the Astros win by a wider margin on average than most teams and Giles just sees that many fewer saves because of this. It's not something that cripples his value but it IS a thing. 3) Peacock is a different animal (see what I did there?) and can't really be compared to the two Closers in this question. In closing, hopefully you took Giles becasue the chance that Herrera is traded looms large and he would barely be roster worthy sans saves in most LGs.
Chris Wasko
ESPN 10 Team League 6x6 (R, TB, RBI, SB, AVG, OBP; W, QS, K, SV, ERA, WHIP)...View Full Question

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