Keeper Leagues

Jock
Thompson
February 06, 2018 12:04 AM GMT
Aaron Sanchez earned $20 in 2016 as the AL ERA crown winner before being held to 36 IP by finger blisters last year. Sanchez is one of a handful of growth-age, breakout-or-rebound AL pitching candidates highlighted in this week's segment.
Jock
Thompson
January 22, 2018 12:03 AM GMT
Gregory Polanco's hamstrings were the culprit in a down 2017. But with health he's a good rebound candidate, with signs that still point to more. Polanco is part of a deep and potentially undervalued OF list.
Jock
Thompson
January 15, 2018 12:04 AM GMT
Willie Calhoun's potent bat may have found a landing spot in Arlington, where he looks like one of our top AL OF breakthrough picks in 2018.
Jock
Thompson
January 08, 2018 12:04 AM GMT
Amed Rosario's defense and athleticism should fuel 2018 production as the 22-year-old grows into his offensive potential. He's one of our favorite 2018 SS picks as our Dynasty Reload series continues.
Jock
Thompson
December 22, 2017 12:03 AM GMT
Some consolidation may be in order for meteoric 21-year-old Rafael Devers, but he still looks poised to exceed our $10 R$ target in his first full MLB season. He's one of our favorite 2018 third base breakout youngsters.
Jock
Thompson
December 10, 2017 12:04 AM GMT
Now with rebuilding CHW and a promising 2018 September under his belt, Yoan Moncada has plenty of opportunity, and looks poised to take another step forward. He heads our intriguing 2018 2B contingent.
Jock
Thompson
December 04, 2017 10:00 AM GMT
Greg Bird has had two consecutive seasons trashed by injuries, but with health he still looks like a 30+ HR year waiting to happen. He's just one of several developing 1B who we think can earn $10 or more in 2018.
Jock
Thompson
November 17, 2017 10:00 AM GMT
Francisco Mejia has offensive upside worth waiting on, even if it doesn't come together in 2018. His ceiling rises above the others on our catcher list, as our off-season Dynasty Reload series begins.
Jock
Thompson
November 11, 2017 12:05 AM GMT
Commissioners still enjoying the off-season and who haven't yet turned to 2018 need to get cracking. Because there's very likely work to be done.
Jock
Thompson
October 19, 2017 11:05 PM GMT
Masahiro Tanaka's HR struggles were extreme, but he was the poster boy for MLB pitching issues in the season that just ended. We look back at 2017 pitching and pitching trends for input into 2018.
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