10:28
Eno Sarris: good morning (for me)

12:01
John: Jorge Soler for Wade Davis? Who says no first

12:02
Eno Sarris: In the past, I would have said the Cubs. But now? Seems like it could happen, particularly if the Royals add another arm, even if it’s an arm that might relieve.

12:02
Jake: Thoughts on a Valbuena-Pearce platoon for the Jays?

12:03
Eno Sarris: At first-slash-right field with Smoak heading to the bench some? I dunno if Valbuena can play the outfield. I bet the other half of Pearce is an outfielder. Right now it’s Pillar/Carrera/Pompey/Upton and that squad could use an upgrade.

12:04
Matt: Opinion on Matt Strahm?

12:05
Eno Sarris: I think he has the pieces to be a starter, but if he’s down to below 92, and can’t stay healthy, maybe you just stick him in the pen and he’s the next lights out reliever. With that rotation, though, I’d try him one more time as a starter.

12:06
Chris: How do you feel about bourbon barrel aged stouts? I love me some intense beer but dang, they can be pretty harsh. Are there are out there that are a bit less “knock you on your assery?”

12:07
Eno Sarris: You’re always going to get the Bourbon taste and probably always going to get 10%+ ABV… there are ones that I think are smoother, though, like The Abyss from Deschutes. And it usually comes in below 10% actually.

12:07
Vince Namoli: If you were the Rays, which SPs would you look to trade and what are you targeting in return?

12:07
Eno Sarris: DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM?

12:08
Eno Sarris: Sorry, that was a Vince special when he got pulled over one time. Like, dude, very few people know what the owner looks like.

12:09
Eno Sarris: To answer your question, I’m guessing Smyly goes. Fewest years left on contract and enough strikeouts to keep most teams interested.

12:09
John: Dodgers top priority this offseason should probably be a Kershaw extension right?

12:10
Eno Sarris: He’s signed through 2020 I think that’s okay.

12:10
revveduplikeadouche: a major pharmaceutical company has just developed a free pill that you take one time and never get bodily gas again, and there are no side effects. do you take it?

12:11
Eno Sarris: (sometimes it feels great to fart)

12:11
Matthew: More and more I’m seeing the Braves connected to some of the top pitchers on the trade market. Why, after trading for and drafting so much pitching, would they give up prospects for one of these guys? Do you actually see it happening?

12:11
Eno Sarris: My personal opinion is that they’ve gathered a bunch of quantity arms but I’m not sure about quality. And none of them can pitch this year really, in a new park.

12:11
Roadhog: Gray + Vogt for Inciarte, Newcomb, and Wisler, who says no?

12:12
Eno Sarris: Braves. They’ll put that whole package on the board for Sale and the top guys, but is Gray that guy? I say if they go with Gray it’s because they get to give up less.

12:12
Bob: Hi Eno, thanks for doing these chats. Any chance the Braves move Inciarte for prospects this winter, or are they in full aim-to-contend mode?

12:12
Eno Sarris: If he goes it’s for a pitcher.

12:12
Roadhog: Hahn for Jankowski, who says no?

12:13
Eno Sarris: Padres. They need the guy in the outfield and they’ve already made the Hahn decision.

12:13
DN: Carlos Gomez’s OPS outside of Minutemaid park the last 2 years: .758. That is over 600+ ABs. Does that support the idea that he altered his approach because of Minutemaid (which is pretty unusually shaped) and is still an above average hitter?

12:13
Eno Sarris: I think his body is going. I’d sign him, but only for a couple years. Three would be max, and that would require a lower ave salary.

12:13
JKD: Given the Nats’ substantial positional flexibility – Turner can play SS or CF; Rendon can play 3B or 2B; Murphy can play 2B or 1B; Harper can play RF or CF – does it make sense for them to simply get the best-available-bat-for-value? I was thinking about Justin Turner and the Cubs-like merry-go-round that could ensue with him, but really, they could probably find a place for any one of the (relatively few) bats on the market, no?

12:15
Eno Sarris: The Nats never wanted to play Turner at short so I don’t think you can count him there. Maybe at second. I doubt you want to play Harper in center. But I think you’re right that they don’t need to be in a box. It’s just that the free agent market on the infield is Justin Turner, their first baseman is already expensive… Maybe they can augment with a guy like Valbuena.

12:15
Bork: Hello, friend!

12:15
Eno Sarris: Hello!

12:15
Bork: Can you tell August we miss him :( :( :( :(

12:15
Eno Sarris: Yes.

12:15
Steve: Any thoughts on an international draft?

12:16
Eno Sarris: I don’t like the current system. I don’t like the international draft.

12:16
Eno Sarris: I wish I had a better idea.

12:16
faisan: Would one year of Seattle outfielder Seth Smith ($7 million) be enough to land from Toronto one year of shortstop Darwin Barney (projected $1.6 million) and one year of outfielder Melvin Upton (net $3.8 million) to improve the Mariner defense?

12:17
Eno Sarris: Yes. And given the fact that the Jays have Carrera and PIllar, I think they might like this trade. It’s not a big one, but it might happen.

12:17
Eno Sarris: Love it when you get a realistic trade idea and it’s Smith for Barney and BJ.

12:18
Bob: The Angels are abysmal with no hope for contending in the foreseeable future. Do they keep Trout through 2020, or is there any hope baseball fans will get to see prime-years Trout in October via trade before 2021?

12:18
Eno Sarris: It’s so sad. But I don’t think they’re going to trade him.

12:19
Eno Sarris:

12:19
Eno Sarris: I love rock that’s secretly downtempo electronica.

12:19
Sno Earris: True or False: Kevin Kiermaier is Peter Bourjos w/ a better PR team

12:20
Eno Sarris: And better eyes obviously. I know KK is 26, but there’s been a lot of incremental improvement to the point that he’s now average or better in power, patience, contact, speed, and plus plus in defense. I think he’s a little closer to a Simmons.

12:20
RABBINICAL COLLEGE GUY: What do the Braves have that the White Sox might want for Chris Sale?

12:21
Eno Sarris: To get Sale it would probably cost Inciarte and Albies and Newcomb and Soroka? That’s the best the Braves have to offer, probably, and it gives the White Sox cost-controlled CF, 2B, and two shots at an ace pitcher.

12:22
Eric: Which side do you like better in ottoneu 5×5, $23 Cano or $16 Polanco?

12:22
Eno Sarris: 10 years and $7 overcomes the MI and power value.

12:23
john: why don’t pitchers put mustard on their hands? it’d ruboff on the baseball and make it a bit yellowish in tint and harder to see.

12:23
Eno Sarris: That foreign substance might actually get the managers and umpires mad.

12:24
Michael: What do you expect the Yankees to get for McCann?

12:24
Eno Sarris: Cash relief, 50-75 ranked type prospect?

12:24
Jason Grillied : Chances Blue Jays go the trade route to address the corner outfield spots as opposed to free agency? If they go the trade route who do you see as movable pieces for the Jays?

12:25
Eno Sarris: I mean they’re not going to sign Cespedes, and if it’s not Bautista… Holliday? Desmond? Maybe someone like Brandon Moss. Their MO right now seems to be “Cobble Together” rather than “Sign a Star”.

12:26
Roadhog: Could the A’s keep Gray and deal some of Graveman/Hahn/Alcantara/Mengden instead?

12:26
Eno Sarris: The other guys have more years of control and less trade value though. Not Beane’s MO.

12:26
Michael: One MLB GM said it would be just like the Yankees to trade for Trout. Could you see it happening if they gave up Judge, Mateo, plus plus plus?

12:27
Eno Sarris: They suddenly have the parts!

12:27
Gest: I was noodling through statcorner because of your Hendricks tweet, and I see that Rodon has a 22.7% zTkB. Can this be counted on to even out?
Other guys with large samples near the top are Conley, Corbin, Paxton, Sale, Finnegan, Reed. ie lefties with sliders. They all throw from a pretty low slot too (Paxton’s zTkB increased this year).
Fwiw, I’ve read before about lefties getting screwed on their glove side corner.

12:28
Eno Sarris: Very interesting! I shall write it up! Thank you, Gest! The angle probably makes it look like a ball. Miller seems to get those calls, though!

12:28
Chuncey Wiggins: Biggest slight to not win an award this year belongs to?

12:28
Eno Sarris: I think Justin Verlander was a shoo-in myself. I’m glad my stupid ALMoY vote didn’t decide anything. I’m surprised Maddon didn’t win, but I wouldn’t call it a snub.

12:29
G: Lots of big names on the trade block…is this going to be a crazy offseason, or is it just a lot of smoke but no fire.

12:29
Eno Sarris: Free agency sucks so bad I think something will happen.

12:29
The Decadent Moose: Protip: Don’t eat wings prior to foreplay. Your wife has been through enough.

12:29
Netflix and Rich Hill: Soler still has 80 grade traps though. I wish Google produced a shirtless pic of him, who’s with me?!

12:30
revveduplikeadouche: people who don’t read when pooping are weird, right?

12:30
Eno Sarris: Hey we got an interlude yay us

12:30
Eno Sarris: and: yes.

12:30
Hank: Why oh why do people think Jorge Soler has a ton of trade value? I get that he has potential, but he has done NOTHING to make anyone think he’s a superstar waiting to break out.

12:31
Eno Sarris: Nothing? Hits the ball extremely hard, has shown above-average patience and power so far in his career, been an above-average bat overall, has some potential still to tap, and is under team control for a few more years. He has some trade value, but it’s dropped a bit.

12:32
Ant: i’m soooooooooooooooooooooooo happy you’re back

12:32
Eno Sarris: Seems sarcastic.

12:32
Art Vandelay: Dozier…is he even worth a Brandon McCarthy type? Or would the Twins aim younger do you think?

12:32
Eno Sarris: He’s worth a good bit. Signed for only $15 million for the next two years and just put up nine-plus wins in the last two years.

12:33
Matt D: your take on Lugo / Gsellman? Also if — MAJOR if — NYM’s big 5 are generally healthy this year, do either of them carry any real deadline trade value?

12:34
Eno Sarris: Yes they have value. Gsellman has a good fastball and a kitchen sink, Lugo has a recordbreaking curve. They’ll have trade value with the scarcity of FA pitching. I suppose if the Mets decide to get a bat with arms instead of money they could traded now, but it’s not really how they’ve worked in the past.

12:34
Erick: What do you think are the odds that Noah Syndergaard ever wins a Cy Young

12:34
Eno Sarris: Just needs 180+ IP!

12:34
Tondo: Hello Eno. Salazar, Naquin, Aiken, F.Mejia, B.Bradley, Chang for AJ Pollock and Goldschmidt. Yeah I know, crazy, but I think it would make sense for both, no?

12:35
Eno Sarris: Indians hold their youngsters though.

12:35
Kerry: Do the Indians make any moves in regard to starting pitching or stand pat with the guys they have and hope for health?

12:35
Eno Sarris: Maybe sign someone they like for whatever reason, like a Jhoulys Chacin, to be the five/security blanket, and hope that one of Anderson, Merrit, Clevinger figure something out.

12:36
Ryan: Does it make more sense for the Rockies to be buyers or sellers this offseason?

12:36
Eno Sarris: Modest buyers. They might actually have some arms. I’d look for a value 1B.

12:36
Hans: Does Wil Myers take another step forward in 2017?

12:36
Eno Sarris: I don’t think there’s a lot of upside left. Speed should take a step back IMO, and then all that’s left is a bit more consistency maybe.

12:37
Dan: Trading for an ace doesn’t seem like the Cubs MO, does it?

12:37
Eno Sarris: No! That’s what money is for.

12:37
Logan: Does it make sense for Atlanta to cash in prospects for MLB help yet? They got pretty lucky that none of these arms fell apart with injuries yet, why risk waiting another year.

12:38
Eno Sarris: I think this is the reason for going after Sale, plus the fact that they don’t probably have a Sale on the roster unless everything comes together for Newcomb, and I’m talking the 99th percentile outcome.

12:38
Harold: Looks like the Mets will look to move Jay Bruce this offseason. What can they expect to get back? A top 10-15 prospect in the org?

12:38
Eno Sarris: I think they only do that if they sign Yo and I’m not sure they sign Yo.

12:40
Nelson: Who do the Dodgers get to play 3rd if not Turner?

12:40
Eno Sarris: Luis Valbuena?

12:40
JKD: Wilson Ramos to the O’s for something like 2/$20M? Stays in an area that loves him and where he’s comfortable, gives them half a DH and some of a catcher this year, and maybe 2/3 of a catcher next year, but worst-case, a step up at DH. Plus his other-way power stroke will play very well at Camden Yards.

12:40
Eno Sarris: Yeah they’ll do something like that to replace Trumbo. Everyone loves to hit in Camden.

12:41
Hank: If you had to pick one young SP that has a breakout season, who would it be? My pick is Marcus Stroman after what he did at the end of the season.

12:41
Eno Sarris: Jon Gray. Love his arsenal.

12:42
Tondo: With only one year left on his contract, do you think AJ Pollock is available?

12:42
Eno Sarris: Oh wow the time goes quickly. Yes, probably.

12:42
Bruce: BRB, running to walmart to buy some diapers. Carry on without me

12:42
Eno Sarris: We’ll do our best!

12:42
Erik: Is the general lack of news about the CBA negotiations a good sign or a bad sign?

12:43
Eno Sarris: I’d go with good. I’m guessing we would have heard about bad blood by now.

12:43
Zac: Headed to the bay area this weekend. Any breweries I should check out? I went to Lagunitas last time out and loved it.

12:43
Eno Sarris: Fieldwork in Oakland, Rare Barrel for sours in Oalkand, and Cellarmaker (near City Beer Store) in SoMA in SF. Up north, Henhouse, Russian River of course.

12:43
EC: If you squint, can you see Scherzer in the HOF?

12:43
Eno Sarris: Health, all about health!

12:44
Zac: Would you predict a Blake Snell breakout next season?

12:44
Eno Sarris: yeah that slider was huge for him.

12:44
Dagoberto: Saw your article on “Using Spin to Identify Two Underrated Free Agents”. Thoroughly enjoyed it. I know your focus was mainly on both Fien and Peavy, but it was interesting to see Neftali Feliz on there . Especially as a 28yo FA. Let’s hypothetically pretend that you are his agent. What is your client’s ideal scenario? He was decent in Pittsburgh? Another park which park’s factors make it the perfect landing spot?

12:44
Eno Sarris: I think I’d like him to go somewhere with a bad closer or an unsettled closing situation. Gotta get those saves.

12:44
joedcamp: Luhnow says 5 year window to win is opening now. What do the Astros do in the offseason?

12:45
Eno Sarris: They need a front line starter.

12:45
Erik: How much of a factor does not wanting to piss off the fanbase play in teams’ decision to rebuild? Are there teams out there for whom it would be logical to rebuild, but fan anger prevents them from making the logical move? Or are execs typically above such concerns and act like logical robots?

12:46
Eno Sarris: I think that’s the excuse they use when they spend their whole budget but they really just want to spend their budget. We heard this with the Mets but then they did a rebuild and are better now… There’s PR and there’s creating a good sustainable team that will attract butts. All about attracting butts.

12:46
Jeb: What are the actual chances McCutchen gets traded this winter? I saw something yesterday that said 70%. What are your thoughts?

12:47
Eno Sarris: They need a starter, IMO, they scored runs last year but are projected to have a bottom half rotation. Meadows isn’t learning anything more in the minors once June rolls around. I’d definitely go over 50%.

12:47
Dan: Are you high on Albies? Good contact, great speed..

12:48
Eno Sarris: I am. i think he’ll have .100+ iSO, too. I like him.

12:48
Undecided: It’s a shame Yordano Ventura isn’t a good pitcher. Ace Ventura has such a nice ring to it.

12:50
Eno Sarris: It’s weird, actually, given his raw stuff. But I guess it plays down because he doesn’t release the ball out in front, and maybe because he doesn’t throw enough / trust his changeup enough.

12:50
Eno Sarris:

12:50
Eno Sarris: oh man. classic video, plus he’s from my hometown in Negril, Jamaica, plus that name.

12:50
Broseph: Does Jesse Hahn have a future as a big league starter? Could he make a transition into impact reliever?

12:51
Eno Sarris: I still believe in the change, the curve is super high spin, and he was throwing 94 last year! I don’t know what happened. I’d give him another chance at least.

12:51
revveduplikeadouche: follow up to my gas pill question: how hilarious would the arguments be with your wife and eventually mother in law when you have to defend not taking the pill?

12:51
Eno Sarris: Hah. You’d murmur something about side effects and ask if anyone wanted a drink.

12:51
Andrew: Does Josh Reddick to the Blue Jays make too much sense ?

12:52
Eno Sarris: Okay, that’s the one “Big Ticket” thing that would make a ton of sense. More “Medium Ticket.” Do they have a 3/45 contract in them?

12:53
Matt: Let’s say the Braves pull off the following moves: 1. trade for Archer or Quintana (without dealing Ender or Folty); 2. Sign Jason Castro; 3. Sign Luis Valbuena. How many wins does that team end up with? Thank you Eno!

12:53
Eno Sarris: 77?

12:54
Eno Sarris: But that’s not counting anybody coming up and being great, like Albies, or Mallex or the like. Plus, if you’re at 77, you can get to 86 pretty easily, that’s within the error bars.

12:54
Hector: At some point the MLB has to call some of their own out, right? The voter who submitted his AL Cy Young vote when JV had two starts left – he should at the very least get a memo, right? Why would the MLB allow anyone to submit a vote when the regular season hasn’t ended? What if said pitcher throws a no-hitter or two gems (like JV did)?

12:54
Eno Sarris: MLB has no dog in the fight. The awards are Baseball Writers Association rewards. And the BBWAA has no reason to call out a writer, especially if the bad votes lead to more content and more interest and more yelling.

12:55
AJ: Eno, if you’re the White Sox and collecting offers on Sale/Quintana, what’s more important– getting 1-2 blue chip players who can make a more immediate impact (say a Moncada/Benintendi/Giolito type), or rebuilding the depth of the farm system (as a #Barves offer might assist with)?

12:55
Eno Sarris: Teams always want the closer guys.

12:55
Kerry: Napoli – career season, fantastic teammate and clubhouse presence, mediocre defense, disappointment (again) from mid-August on. Do Indians need to keep him and what is reasonable price to do so? Seems mutual interest but for how little would he stay is unknown…

12:56
Eno Sarris: He was 35 and even if you discount the DH penalty a little, barely league average. I doubt there’s a line of suitors, and I bet he comes back.

12:56
Del Marvin: Re: the Padres needing Jankowski, with Renfroe, Margot and Dickerson, and some guys in the upper minors, isn’t OF a place where they have depth

12:57
Eno Sarris: Sure, but they’re in collect mode now.

12:57
John: Just a heads up, Kersh has an opt out after 2018, so they’ve really only got two more seasons

12:57
Eno Sarris: I guess they could try to nail that down, but the priority is the 2017 team.

12:58
Roadhog: Breaking: Lew Wolff stepping down as Athletics managing partner, has sold his shares to Athletics ownership group. Is the team going to get sold? Or is this just predicating the new stadium?

12:58
Eno Sarris: I think it’s good news for the franchise.

12:58
Erik: If you’re the Phillies this offseason and have a ton of money to spend but are still a year or two away from contention, what do you do? Sign all the bounceback candidates? Sign some actual top free agents and hope they’re still good in 2018-2020? Or sit on your cash and do nothing?

12:59
Eno Sarris: Sign someone. Their top three starters are all young and interesting, and they have a top shortstop prospect coming. I’d sign an actual outfielder. Yo is not crazy.

12:59
Dan: Who did you vote for AL MVP?

12:59
Eno Sarris: Only had an AL MoY vote and you’re not supposed to reveal your vote before the results.

12:59
Sno Earris: What sort of return, from say the Nats, would the Buccos get for Cutch?

1:00
Eno Sarris: I think the Pirates will want a pitcher, so I guess it would start with Reynaldo Lopez but it would ned to have more in it.

1:00
Pie: International players: maybe an open market with no restrictions? It (sort of) works for free agency.

1:00
Eno Sarris: The age thing is weird, the Buscones thing really sucks, the under the table deals suck. I’d love to open it up.

1:00
joedcamp: AL MVP?

1:00
Eno Sarris: Should be Trout, will be Betts.

1:01
Fat Kenny G: Eno, answer this question that Eric and Dave refused to answer. How can you justify the insistance of Cleveland changing their logo/team name, yet every year around this time literally millions of innocent turkeys are murdered in the name of a “tradition” of giving thanks with those same Native People that we are systematically eradicating by ignoring them and their plight.

1:01
Eno Sarris: There is a false equivalence between turkeys and human beings in the question!

1:01
Kerry: One last question from me. How is the WBC not the worst thing for MLB? It seems to come at the worst point in spring training and interferes with the overall team plan for gearing up for the season. Or am I way off on that?

1:02
Eno Sarris: Not great for the arms either. I think they like it because they’re trying to build a global fan base like the NBA has.

1:02
Cam: Do you ever drink beer during these chats?

1:02
Eno Sarris: Starts at nine am my time, so no.

1:03
Joey Dirt: Amed Rosario Mets starting SS in August True or False

1:03
Eno Sarris: He’s amazing but he’s also turning 21 this month and has 237 PA at Double-A. 2018. 2017 september at earliest.

1:03
JD15: Thoughts on fit/likelihood of Rich Hill to the Cubs?

1:04
Eno Sarris: I like it. He’d be their fourth or fifth starter, but they could get him for two years probably, and hope he’s part of the post Arrieta post Lackey rotation. But I think the Dodgers and a few other teams will need him more.

1:04
Merv Throneberry: Reading good things about Straily…any more room for growth there?

1:05
Eno Sarris: I like his pitchability, his command and sequencing. I hope he gets a tick back on his fastball in the offseason.

1:05
ballsandgutters: Sir, our mutual acquaintance Sam Fuld is interested in the Pirates. Think he can bring value to a club to them in a backup OF role?

1:05
Eno Sarris: There’s probably a team that needs a fourth outfielder backup centerfielder more than the team with Marte, Cutch, and Meadows! I do think someone will need him.

1:06
Guest: is there even any indication yet that CHW will be selling?

1:06
Eno Sarris: Some comments from their leadership.

1:06
Eric: My 22 year old co-workers says that “IPAs are the best and all other types of beer suck”. I told him that IPAs taste like soap. He gave me a death glare

1:06
Eno Sarris: To. Each. His. Own.

1:07
Eno Sarris: Just met the brewer for Kevin Youkilis’ brewery and he said he thinks IPAs are boring. And loves Koelsches. So there.

1:07
Colin: Do you think teams will start to develop Andrew Miller type relievers from the bottom up now? Maybe there’s a quicker hook for someone like say, Dylan Cease in the Cubs org, if he can’t stay healthy for 200 innings as a SP?

1:08
Eno Sarris: Are we seeing it a bit with Trevor Rosenthal? Stretching him out so they can use him in the middle innings for 80-100 innings?

1:08
Fat Kenny G: I just ate an entire pumpkin pie for breakfast.

1:08
Eno Sarris: Congratulations!

1:09
jon: All the FG writers over regress the candidates for their BBWAA votes. Predictive ability doesn’t negate what did happen.

1:10
Eno Sarris: If you’re talking pitching, it’s more than regressing a guy. When you use FIP or fWAR or talk about strikeouts and things that happened on balls in play, you could call it regressing, or you could call it ‘trying to give the right amount of credit to the right player.’ If you use RA9/WAR, which is defensible, you’re giving the pitcher all the credit for his defense and balls in play.

1:10
joedcamp: Cameron talked a lot about Morales’ negative value on the bases for real teams. Does that play into fantasy value too heavily? I guess just runs…

1:10
Eno Sarris: PA? Being lifted for a runner?

1:11
Steve: What is a realistic acquisition the Cardinals can make to keep themselves competitive? I’m not liking the free agent market given their particular needs.

1:12
Eno Sarris: It’s interesting, they don’t really have an obvious hole, and they have guys they can move around. A true CF might be a good target, but I still like Wong a bit and he might find some use out there.

1:12
joedcamp: I like that u like Conforto but haven’t the Mets shown they don’t?

1:12
Eno Sarris: They just said that if they don’t sign Yo he’s an everyday players, so I hope not.

1:12
Wayne: Should the Braves take advantage of having a protected 1st rounder and go after Justin Turner for 3rd base?

1:13
Eno Sarris: They should take advantage of that. And Turner makes sense. But it’s him, then Valbuena, then Erick Aybar when you’re talking FAs on the infield (not first), and so there will be a lot of pigs at the trough.

1:13
Hammerhead: Yasiel Puig for Curtis Granderson + 5 million who says no?

1:13
Eno Sarris: Dodgers.

1:13
Joe: Brian McCann to the Nationals makes some sense with them most likely losing Ramos. McCann for AJ Cole.

1:13
Eno Sarris: AJ Cole been traded so many times you might as well put this one in the bank.

1:14
Maverik312: “Padres. They need the guy in the outfield and they’ve already made the Hahn decision.”

Pads have Jank, Dickerson, Margot, and Renfroe, right?

1:14
Eno Sarris: Yes you still need Jankowski in that outfield.

1:14
Travis: I’m irrationally angry that Rizzo won the 1B Silver Slugger over Freeman and Votto.

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