Facts & Flukes

Jeffrey
Tomich
January 17, 2019 1:03 AM GMT
Will Colin McHugh's relief dominance be lost in translation when he returns to being a starter? Plus Kole Calhoun, Whit Merrifield, Dylan Bundy and Gary Sanchez.
Brandon
Kruse
January 15, 2019 1:06 AM GMT
Marcell Ozuna followed up a breakout 2017 season with a disappointing step back in value—which version of Ozuna should we expect in 2019? Plus, Wade LeBlanc, Ji-Man Choi, Jake Arrieta, and Luke Voit.
Brant
Chesser
January 10, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Shane Bieber looks to build on his 2018 skills, Billy Hamilton takes his speed to Kansas City, and Jorge Polanco aims to provide double-digit HR and SB in 2019.
Greg
Pyron
January 08, 2019 1:03 AM GMT
Anthony Rendon has posted back-to-back $25 seasons. Is there reason to believe he could unlock another level of performance in 2019? Plus, Robinson Cano, Kenta Maeda, Harrison Bader, and Anthony DeSclafani.
Derrick
Boyd
January 04, 2019 1:04 AM GMT
Is Jurickson Profar on the verge of fulfilling his former top-prospect status in 2019? What should we expect from Matt Harvey in LA? Plus performance validation analysis of Carlos Santana, Michael Brantley, and Charlie Morton.
Arik
Florimonte
January 03, 2019 1:05 AM GMT
Nicholas Castellanos' HR output continues to disappoint. Should we give up on a breakout? Also: Aaron Hicks, Jakob Junis, Domingo Santana, and Masahiro Tanaka.
Brian
Rudd
December 28, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Cody Bellinger didn't return value in 2018, but his price has dropped a bit, and the power/speed combo remains enticing. Plus, David Peralta, Eric Hosmer, Madison Bumgarner, and Joe Musgrove.
Brandon
Kruse
December 18, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Brandon Nimmo hit a career-high 17 HR in 2018 despite injuries slowing him down in the second half—was it the start of bigger and better things? Plus, Gleyber Torres, Jon Lester, Wade Davis, and Eduardo Rodriguez.
Robert
Berger
November 29, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Carlos Correa once again failed to meet pre-season expectations. Should we still consider him a pick in the top two rounds? Plus, Edwin Encarnacion, Roberto Osuna, Chris Devenski, and Thomas Pham.
Greg
Pyron
September 23, 2018 1:05 AM GMT
Aaron Nola has followed up a terrific 2H of 2017 by posting a 2.44 ERA through 199 IP in 2018. Should he now be considered an "ace"? Plus, Lorenzo Cain, Ender Inciarte, Steven Matz and Amed Rosario.
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