The Sleeper and the Bust Episode: 759 – Hot Stove Stays Toasty


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  • Make-a-Trade: create a viable, interesting deal you’d like to see (46:51)
    • Nick: LAD/BOS
    • Justin: CIN/BAL
    • Paul: COL/CLE
  • Favorite Non-Tender: your best bet and where you’d like to see them land (58:58)

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Narvaez is very valuable in OBP – SLG% leagues. He actually helps your OBP ratio and doesn’t hurt SLG%. Plus his Runs and RBI should increase (1) with the move from SEA to the much better CWS offense and (2) going from SEA park(plus 9 games each in OAK and Anaheim) to the White Sox park. I’d rather spend some auction money for 350 ABs of that rather than any C other than the top 5, particularly in 2 catcher leagues.


I meant MILW not CWS>