Category Power Rankings: Week 12

Time for your weekly dose of CPR!

 

Batting Average (AVG)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
3 Michael Brantley HOU OF
4 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
5 J.D. Martinez BOS OF
6 Mike Trout LAA OF
7 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B
8 Justin Turner LAD 3B
9 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF +1
10 Jorge Polanco MIN SS +3
11 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF
12 Mookie Betts BOS OF -3
13 Jean Segura PHI SS -1
14 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS
15 Charlie Blackmon COL OF
16 Elvis Andrus TEX SS
17 DJ Lemahieu NYY 2B/3B
18 Jeff McNeil NYM 2B/3B/OF +3
19 Josh Bell PIT 1B -1
20 David Dahl COL OF
21 David Peralta ARZ OF -2
22 Austin Meadows TB OF +2
23 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS
24 Tommy Pham TB OF -2
25 Francisco Lindor CLE SS

Off the List: None

Any way you slice it, Mookie Betts is having a disappointing season offensively thus far. In terms of batting average, his .279 BABIP suggests there should be some positive regression coming. He is far too talented of a hitter to remain in the .260s for long.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Josh Reddick HOU OF
2 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/SS/OF
3 Miguel Cabrera DET 1B
4 Avisail Garcia TB OF
5 Howie Kendrick WSH 1B/2B/3B/OF
6 Jose Iglesias CIN SS
7 Bryan Reynolds PIT OF Unranked
8 Nick Markakis ATL OF Unranked
9 Gio Urshela NYY 3B/SS -1
10 Leury Garcia CHW OF -1

Off the List: Melky Cabrera

Batting average is very difficult to find on the wire. Avisail Garcia is enjoying a nice little year offensively so far. He has pretty much stuffed the stat sheet with an AVG over .300, 11 HRs, and 6 SBs.

 

Runs (R)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Mookie Betts BOS OF
3 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
4 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
5 Mike Trout LAA OF
6 Trevor Story COL SS +1
7 Charlie Blackmon COL OF -1
8 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
9 George Springer HOU OF
10 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF +1
11 Jean Segura PHI SS -1
12 Kris Bryant CHC 3B/OF +1
13 Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL OF -1
14 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B +2
15 Bryce Harper PHI OF
16 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS +3
17 J.D. Martinez BOS OF
18 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS
19 Josh Bell PIT 1B +5
20 Lorenzo Cain MIL OF
21 Rafael Devers BOS 3B +1
22 Francisco Lindor CLE SS +3
23 Paul Goldschmidt STL 1B -2
24 Edwin Encarnacion SEA 1B Unranked
25 Mitch Haniger SEA OF -11

Off the List: Paul DeJong

It is unclear right now how much time Mitch Haniger will be missing, so he is still hanging onto that 25th spot for now. But a ruptured testicle? I would probably retire.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Leury Garcia CHW OF
2 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
3 Adam Eaton WSH OF
4 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/SS/OF +1
5 Nick Markakis ATL OF Unranked
6 Brandon Lowe TB 2B/OF
7 Kyle Schwarber CHC OF
8 Gregory Polanco PIT OF -4
9 Kole Calhoun LAA OF -1
10 Ramon Laureano OAK OF

Off the List: Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

Nick Markakis continues to be an overall solid offensive player, even this late in his career. He has been a key cog in the middle of the Braves lineup the past two years and should still be useful in deeper leagues.

 

Home Runs (HR)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Christian Yelich MIL OF
2 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
3 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
4 Mike Trout LAA OF
5 Edwin Encarnacion SEA 1B
6 Pete Alonso NYM 1B
7 Khris Davis OAK OF
8 Gary Sanchez NYY C +1
9 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF -1
10 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS
11 Trevor Story COL SS +1
12 Marcell Ozuna STL OF +1
13 Paul Goldschmidt STL 1B -2
14 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS
15 Mike Moustakas MIL 2B/3B +5
16 J.D. Martinez BOS OF -1
17 Francisco Lindor CLE SS
18 Matt Chapman OAK 3B -2
19 Bryce Harper PHI OF -1
20 Josh Bell PIT 1B +2
21 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B
22 George Springer HOU OF -3
23 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
24 Eddie Rosario MIN OF Unranked
25 Joey Gallo TEX 1B/OF -1

Off the List: Kris Bryant

Mike Moustakas has an otherworldly .320 ISO right now and is crushing the baseball. He is also carrying a 25% HR/FB rate and is reaping all the benefits of hitting in the Milwaukee lineup and ballpark.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Franmil Reyes SD OF
2 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
3 Hunter Renfroe SD OF
4 Jorge Soler KC OF
5 C.J. Cron MIN 1B
6 Miguel Sano MIN 1B/3B +1
7 Renato Nunez BAL 1B/3B +3
8 Kole Calhoun LAA OF Unranked
9 Justin Smoak TOR 1B
10 Gregory Polanco PIT OF -2

Off the List: Jay Bruce (ownership)

How Daniel Vogelbach is still only a little over 50% owned is surprising. The guy has loads of power and is a huge asset in OBP leagues. He’s getting on base at nearly a 40% clip right now.

 

Runs Batted In (RBI)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
2 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
3 Christian Yelich MIL OF
4 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF
5 Edwin Encarnacion SEA 1B
6 Marcell Ozuna STL OF
7 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B
8 Jose Abreu CHW 1B
9 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B +2
10 Khris Davis OAK OF
11 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B +1
12 J.D. Martinez BOS OF -3
13 Josh Bell PIT 1B +2
14 Bryce Harper PHI OF -1
15 Javier Baez CHC 2B/3B/SS -1
16 Pete Alonso NYM 1B
17 Trevor Story COL SS
18 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS
19 Eddie Rosario MIN OF +2
20 Juan Soto WSH OF
21 Adalberto Mondesi KC 2B/SS +1
22 Domingo Santana SEA OF +1
23 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS +1
24 Eduardo Escobar ARZ 3B/SS Unranked
25 Ronald Acuna Jr.  ATL OF

Off the List: Paul Goldschmidt

We are halfway into June and Eduardo Escobar is third in the majors in RBI. Exactly how we drew it up. All jokes aside, Escobar has been on another level the past two months or so slugging .654 since April 16th.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Jorge Soler KC OF
2 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
3 C.J. Cron MIN 1B
4 Dansby Swanson ATL SS +2
5 Justin Smoak TOR 1B +3
6 Gregory Polanco PIT OF -1
7 Miguel Sano MIN 1B/3B
8 Howie Kendrick WSH 1B/2B/3B/OF +1
9 Renato Nunez BAL 1B/3B Unranked
10 Brandon Lowe TB 2B/3B

Off the List: Jay Bruce (ownership)

Renato Nunez won’t provide much in the way of AVG or OBP, but he seems to have a decent nose for producing runs with some pop. He should stick in the middle of the meager Orioles’ lineup.

 

Stolen Bases (SB)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Adalberto Mondesi KC 2B/SS
2 Mallex Smith SEA OF +3
3 Tim Anderson CHW SS -1
4 Jose Ramirez CLE 2B/3B
5 Billy Hamilton KC OF -2
6 Whit Merrifield KC 1B/2B/OF
7 Jonathan Villar BAL 2B/SS
8 Trea Turner WSH SS +1
9 Starling Marte PIT OF +1
10 Jarrod Dyson ARZ OF +1
11 Christian Yelich MIL OF +1
12 Victor Robles WSH OF -4
13 Dee Gordon SEA 2B/SS/OF +2
14 Byron Buxton MIN OF -1
15 Elvis Andrus TEX SS +1
16 Trevor Story COL SS -2
17 Mike Trout LAA OF
18 Ronald Acuna Jr. ATL OF
19 Francisco Lindor CLE SS +1
20 Mookie Betts BOS OF -1
21 Lorenzo Cain MIL OF
22 Tommy Pham TB OF
23 Andrew Benintendi BOS OF
24 Kevin Kiermaier TB OF
25 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD SS Unranked

Off the List: Jean Segura

Christian Yelich is well on his way to setting a new career high in SBs. He currently leads the NL in swipes, and pretty much everything else, and is turning into one of the most well-rounded players in the game.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Mallex Smith SEA OF
2 Jarrod Dyson ARZ OF
3 Kevin Kiermaier TB OF
4 Delino DeShields TEX OF
5 Kolten Wong STL 2B
6 Ramon Laureano OAK OF +2
7 Leury Garcia CHW OF
8 Amed Rosario NYM SS -2
9 JaCoby Jones DET OF
10 Danny Santana TEX 1B/2B/OF Unranked

Off the List: Kevin Pillar

Not much to be said here. If you need speed, it is probably best that you seek out a trade for the guys on the top 25 list.

 

On-Base Percentage (OBP)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Mike Trout LAA OF
2 Christian Yelich MIL OF
3 Freddie Freeman ATL 1B
4 Alex Bregman HOU 3B/SS
5 Cody Bellinger LAD 1B/OF
6 Mookie Betts BOS OF
7 Anthony Rendon WSH 3B
8 Tommy Pham TB OF
9 Rhys Hoskins PHI 1B/OF
10 Bryce Harper PHI OF
11 J.D. Martinez BOS OF
12 Juan Soto WSH OF
13 Kris Bryant CHC 3B/OF
14 Nolan Arenado COL 3B
15 Anthony Rizzo CHC 1B
16 Carlos Santana CLE 1B/3B
17 Jorge Polanco MIN SS
18 Michael Conforto NYM OF
19 Josh Bell PIT 1B +1
20 Shin-Soo Choo TEX OF -1
21 Jeff McNeil NYM 2B/3B/OF
22 Austin Meadows TB OF
23 George Springer HOU OF +1
24 Justin Turner LAD 3B Unranked
25 Luke Voit NYY 1B Unranked

Off the List: Paul DeJong, Joey Votto

Not a ton of change here. Luke Voit is having an excellent second year in pinstripes. He has been an integral part of the Yankees success so far and has shown an excellent ability to get on base.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Daniel Vogelbach SEA 1B
2 Josh Reddick HOU OF
3 Justin Smoak TOR 1B
4 David Fletcher LAA 2B/3B/OF
5 Bryan Reynolds PIT OF +1
6 Dexter Fowler STL OF +1
7 Brandon Belt SF 1B/OF +1
8 Avisail Garcia TB OF +1
9 Kolten Wong STL 2B -4
10 Miguel Cabrera DET 1B

Off the List: None

Justin Smoak is hitting under .230, so the fact that he is posting a nearly .370 OBP is pretty remarkable. He will give you some decent power but in OBP leagues he is very much worth starting.

 

Wins (W)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
4 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
5 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
6 Jose Berrios MIN SP
7 Blake Snell TB SP
8 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
9 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP +2
10 Aaron Nola PHI SP
11 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +1
12 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -3
13 Luis Castillo CIN SP
14 Charlie Morton TB SP +4
15 Chris Sale BOS SP
16 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
17 Walker Buehler LAD SP
18 German Marquez COL SP -4
19 Brandon Woodruff MIL SP/RP
20 Jake Odorizzi MIN SP +2
21 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP -1
22 Kyle Hendricks CHC SP Unranked
23 James Paxton NYY SP
24 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP
25 Lucas Giolito CHW SP

Off the List: Domingo German (injury)

What a roll Charlie Morton has been on. The vet has won his last four decisions and is now 8-0 on the year with a 2.10 ERA.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Yonny Chirinos TB SP/RP
2 Lance Lynn TEX SP
3 Zach Davies MIL SP
4 John Means BAL SP/RP
5 Wade Miley HOU SP +1
6 Kyle Gibson MIN SP +1
7 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP +3
8 Brett Anderson OAK SP
9 Mike Leake SEA SP Unranked
10 Ryan Yarbrough TB SP/RP Unranked

Off the List: Jordan Lyles (injury), Martin Perez

Ryan Yarbrough is back in the “rotation” for the Rays. Three of his four outings since being recalled have been excellent and despite having an ugly ERA at the moment, his 1.09 WHIP suggests he has been a tad unlucky.

 

Earned Run Average (ERA)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
4 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
5 Blake Snell TB SP
6 Chris Sale BOS SP +1
7 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP +2
8 Jose Berrios MIN SP
9 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +4
10 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -4
11 Gerrit Cole HOU SP -1
12 Charlie Morton TB SP
13 Luis Castillo CIN SP -2
14 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
15 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
16 Walker Buehler LAD SP +1
17 Aaron Nola PHI SP -1
18 Lucas Giolito CHW SP +3
19 James Paxton NYY SP -1
20 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP -1
21 German Marquez COL SP -1
22 Jake Odorizzi MIN SP
23 Mike Soroka ATL SP +2
24 Kyle Hendricks CHC SP Unranked
25 Shane Bieber CLE SP -1

Off the List: Chris Paddack

Since a seven-run outing at the end of April, Kyle Hendricks has gone 6-0 with a 1.99 ERA. His numbers look much more Hendricks-like now.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Spencer Turnbull DET SP
2 Zach Davies MIL SP
3 Yonny Chirinos TB SP/RP +1
4 Wade Miley HOU SP -1
5 Chris Bassitt OAK SP
6 Trevor Richards MIA SP +1
7 Brett Anderson OAK SP Unranked
8 Dakota Hudson STL SP/RP +2
9 Zach Plesac CLE SP
10 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP Unranked

Off the List: Jordan Lyles (injury), Martin Perez

Wade Miley continues to be so incredibly consistent. I really don’t know what is in the water in Houston, but they can do no wrong with their pitchers.

 

Strikeouts (K)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Max Scherzer WSH SP
2 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
3 Justin Verlander HOU SP
4 Chris Sale BOS SP
5 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
6 Blake Snell TB SP
7 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
8 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
9 Matt Boyd DET SP
10 Patrick Corbin WSH SP
11 Luis Castillo CIN SP
12 Charlie Morton TB SP
13 Zack Wheeler NYM SP +3
14 James Paxton NYY SP -1
15 Aaron Nola PHI SP
16 German Marquez COL SP -2
17 Robbie Ray ARZ SP
18 Shane Bieber CLE SP
19 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP
20 Jose Berrios MIN SP
21 Lucas Giolito CHW SP +2
22 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
23 Brandon Woodruff MIL SP/RP +1
24 Jack Flaherty STL SP +1
25 Mike Minor TEX SP Unranked

Off the List: Caleb Smith

Mike Minor has been sensational. His SwStr% is higher than it was when he rejuvenated his career in the Kansas City bullpen a couple years ago. If he gets traded to a contender, he could be a league winner for fantasy owners.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Lance Lynn TEX SP +1
2 Chris Bassitt OAK SP -1
3 Tyler Mahle CIN SP
4 Spencer Turnbull DET SP
5 Trent Thornton TOR SP +2
6 Kyle Gibson MIN SP Unranked
7 Joey Lucchesi SD SP Unranked
8 Anthon Desclafani CIN SP -2
9 Tanner Roark CIN SP
10 Martin Perez MIN SP -5

Off the List: Dylan Bundy, Jordan Lyles (injury)

Joey Lucchesi will always be a solid source of Ks. He has tallied 34 over his last 31 IP including four quality starts over that span.

 

Saves (SV)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Kirby Yates SD RP
2 Kenley Jansen LAD RP
3 Roberto Osuna HOU RP
4 Aroldis Chapman NYY RP
5 Felipe Vazquez PIT RP +1
6 Edwin Diaz NYM RP -1
7 Brad Hand CLE RP
8 Josh Hader MIL RP
9 Blake Treinen OAK RP
10 Shane Greene DET RP +1
11 Sean Doolittle WSH RP +2
12 Jordan Hicks STL RP
13 Will Smith SF RP +1
14 Hector Neris PHI RP +1
15 Raisel Iglesias CIN RP +1
16 Ken Giles TOR RP -6
17 Alex Colome CHW RP +2
18 Wade Davis COL RP
19 Greg Holland ARZ RP -2
20 Craig Kimbrel CHC RP
21 Luke Jackson ATL RP +2
22 Sergio Romo MIA SP/RP
23 Blake Parker MIN RP -2
24 Pedro Strop CHC RP
25 Jose Alvarado TB RP

Off the List: None

Those who have patiently waited and kept Craig Kimbrel on their rosters, unlike me, are about to be rewarded. Kimbrel should return to his elite status after shaking off some initial rust. 

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-Team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Luke Jackson ATL RP +2
2 Sergio Romo MIA SP/RP
3 Blake Parker MIN RP -2
4 Pedro Strop CHC RP
5 Jose Leclerc TEX RP +1
6 Diego Castillo TB RP -1
7 Hansel Robles LAA RP
8 Joe Biagini TOR RP Unranked
9 Matt Barnes BOS RP
10 Cody Allen LAA RP

Off the List: Ryan Brasier

If Jose Leclerc was dropped in your league, and you are in need of saves, you may want to scoop. He has not exactly dominated since earning higher-leverage opportunities, but we know what he’s capable of. Too much upside to pass up.

 

WHIP (Walks+Hits/Innings Pitched)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Justin Verlander HOU SP
2 Max Scherzer WSH SP
3 Blake Snell TB SP
4 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
5 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP
6 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
7 Chris Sale BOS SP
8 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
9 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
10 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP +1
11 Jose Berrios MIN SP -1
12 Luis Castillo CIN SP
13 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
14 Matt Boyd DET SP +2
15 Charlie Morton TB SP +4
16 Aaron Nola PHI SP -1
17 Patrick Corbin WSH SP -3
18 Shane Bieber CLE SP +3
19 David Price BOS SP +3
20 German Marquez COL SP
21 Walker Buehler LAD SP +2
22 James Paxton NYY SP -1
23 Lucas Giolito CHW SP Unranked
24 Mike Soroka ATL SP +1
25 Kyle Hendricks CHC SP Unranked

Off the List: Chris Paddack, Caleb Smith

Since the beginning of May, Walker Buehler has been absolutely nails. He has a sub-1.00 WHIP and a 2.15 ERA over that time. Yeah, he’s really good.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Yonny Chirinos TB SP/RP
2 Chris Bassitt OAK SP
3 Wade Miley HOU SP
4 Kyle Gibson MIN SP +1
5 Pablo Lopez MIA SP +1
6 Trevor Richards MIA SP +3
7 Joey Lucchesi SD SP Unranked
8 Tyler Mahle CIN SP -1
9 Zach Davies MIL SP -1
10 Zach Plesac CLE SP

Off the List: Jordan Lyles (injury)

Kyle Gibson is 4-1 over his last five starts with a 1.00 WHIP and 2.16 ERA. He should be a solid innings eater for the Twins and has a knack for keeping guys off base.

 

Quality Starts (QS)

 

Top 25

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Max Scherzer WSH SP
2 Justin Verlander HOU SP
3 Zack Greinke ARZ SP
4 Jacob deGrom NYM SP
5 Blake Snell TB SP
6 Trevor Bauer CLE SP
7 Gerrit Cole HOU SP
8 Chris Sale BOS SP
9 Clayton Kershaw LAD SP
10 Jose Berrios MIN SP +1
11 Aaron Nola PHI SP -1
12 Patrick Corbin WSH SP
13 Matt Boyd DET SP
14 Stephen Strasburg WSH SP
15 Hyun-Jin Ryu LAD SP
16 Luis Castillo CIN SP
17 Madison Bumgarner SF SP
18 Charlie Morton TB SP +2
19 German Marquez COL SP -1
20 Noah Syndergaard NYM SP -1
21 Masahiro Tanaka NYY SP
22 Shane Bieber CLE SP
23 James Paxton NYY SP
24 Lucas Giolito CHW SP Unranked
25 Zack Wheeler NYM SP -1

Off the List: Caleb Smith (injury)

Not much movement here. Max Scherzer has proven critics from early on wrong and has now posted 10 straight quality starts with a 2.01 ERA over that span. He is still the best going right now.

 

Deep League Top 10 (>12-team leagues/65% owned or less)

Rank Name Team Position Change
1 Lance Lynn TEX SP
2 Spencer Turnbull DET SP
3 Wade Miley HOU SP
4 Chris Bassitt OAK SP
5 Trevor Richards MIA SP
6 Pablo Lopez MIA SP +1
7 Brett Anderson OAK SP +1
8 Brad Keller KC SP/RP Unranked
9 Zach Plesac CLE SP
10 Merrill Kelly ARZ SP Unranked

Off the List: Jordan Lyles (injury), Martin Perez

Brad Keller is far from exciting of a name to add, but he has notched four quality starts in his last five turns. He is definitely matchup-dependent but you could do a lot worse.

 

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Colin Ward

Colin currently resides in the Buffalo, NY area and studied at SUNY Fredonia earning a degree in Sport Management. He is a former Assistant Athletic Director and Sports Information Director at the collegiate level. Baseball is his passion and he bleeds Pinstripes.

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Comments


KrazyIvan

I enjoy your lists but I have one question. Why is Walker Buehler so low or missing entirely on most of these list week after week? Are you not impressed with his performance or believe he gets an inning cap?
Thanks

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