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Here is the transcript for today’s chat:
: Going to start shortly. Will be a shorter chat today, about 30-45 minutes. Please don’t repeat questions.
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: Lots of cool stuff going on for me right now as well. New Sleeper and the bust should go up today, a bunch of pods at Friends with fantasy benefits and the new TGFBI pod dropped today in which you can hear how to win your way into the 2020 TGFBI
: Why wouldn’t the Indians just trade Kluber for Senzel straight up?
: Because elite starting pitching is more expensive than that.
Today’s chat transcript. Lots of dynasty/prospect questions.
It is that time of year where there is nothing going on but speculation. As we wait for players to sign and teams to trade, the days go by with not much to do to help us pass the time.
For the last four years I have run an industry mock draft during the month of September/October. It has been a fun exercise that suits multiple purposes.
This year I decided to turn it up a notch. I started nine separate mock drafts including over 100 different people including industry analysts and a few regular Joes that are fantasy baseball crazy. The mock drafts were all 12-team leagues with one catcher spots. Unfortunately, we were unaware that the software would lock us out when the season ended and that prevented all of them from finishing. However, Leagues 1 and 2 were almost completed and every mock got through at least 155 picks. Thanks to Smada for compiling the ADP and marking all the auto picks (for shame!)
This feels like the first win the Rangers have had in awhile:
Ichiro is ready to take on any challenge …
— MLB (@MLB) September 24, 2018