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2202 - Pitching Sleepers

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Segment 1 – News and Notes
1.Help me understand the Marlins signing of Tim Anderson. He’s there starting shortstop after posting a .245/.286/.296 slash line. That’s a .296 SLG! Nothing in his data points to a bounce back. Tim, what are they doing?
2.Riley Greene and Manny Machado were both questionable entering spring training but are scheduled to make their debuts next week. Are you moving them up in your draft rankings?
3.The Pirates signed a player! Mitch Keller signed a 5-year, $77 million contract this week. It seems pretty cheap, given how little pitching there is.
a.Stat line for 2024 – IP, Ks, and ERA
4.Yuki Matsui looked impressive on Thursday. He struck out the side in 12 pitches. Remind everyone of your view on the Padres bullpen situation.
5.Casey Mize appears to be ready to go this spring, and few people are talking about him. He was a target of mine in Dynasty League startups, as people seem to have forgotten about him. After all, he was drafted 1:1 just a few years ago. Your thoughts on him?
a.BTW, did you see that Skubal was throwing 100 MPH last week?
6.Kodai Senga. Yikes. Any early thoughts on who the Mets will turn to?
7.Aaron Judge this week said that his injured toe will require “constant maintenance” for the REST OF HIS CAREER! What? Do you downshift at all on him at the draft table? What about in Dynasty Leagues?
a.Speaking of the Yankees…did you see Giancarlos Stanton? He looks like he lost 40 pounds.
Segment 2 – Pitcher Sleepers.
We will start to lay out our sleeper for the year. Please come up with five guys. My guys are below with a few extras.
1.Pablo Lopez (Min, 37.6) – Ace-level quality that you can get in the third round
2.Shane Bieber (Cle, 140.59) – His velo has taken a tick up this season, and that has been a problem for him over the past couple of years. I’ll take a gamble in the 9th round.
3.Nestor Cortes (NYY, 238.31) – Cortes’ data looks great and if he can stay healthy, he’s a steal in 15 to 16th round.
4.Casey Mize (Det, 415) – If he’s healthy, there are some pitch changes he’s made that should play well.
5.Christian Scott (NYM, 644) – With the injury to Senga, I like the setup for Scott this season.
6.Nick Nastrini (CHW, 665) – Four pitches, fastball up to 96. He’s a bit of a fly-ball hitter, and that could be problematic in Chicago, but overall, there is a #3 starter upside.
7.Cade Povich (Bal, 809) – The Orioles will need pitching help this season and I believe Povich could help. It’s a 94 to 95 MPH fastball with a high spin from the left side. He just needs to throw more strikes.
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Segment 1 – News and Notes
1.Help me understand the Marlins signing of Tim Anderson. He’s there starting shortstop after posting a .245/.286/.296 slash line. That’s a .296 SLG! Nothing in his data points to a bounce back. Tim, what are they doing?
2.Riley Greene and Manny Machado were both questionable entering spring training but are scheduled to make their debuts next week. Are you moving them up in your draft rankings?
3.The Pirates signed a player! Mitch Keller signed a 5-year, $77 million contract this week. It seems pretty cheap, given how little pitching there is.
a.Stat line for 2024 – IP, Ks, and ERA
4.Yuki Matsui looked impressive on Thursday. He struck out the side in 12 pitches. Remind everyone of your view on the Padres bullpen situation.
5.Casey Mize appears to be ready to go this spring, and few people are talking about him. He was a target of mine in Dynasty League startups, as people seem to have forgotten about him. After all, he was drafted 1:1 just a few years ago. Your thoughts on him?
a.BTW, did you see that Skubal was throwing 100 MPH last week?
6.Kodai Senga. Yikes. Any early thoughts on who the Mets will turn to?
7.Aaron Judge this week said that his injured toe will require “constant maintenance” for the REST OF HIS CAREER! What? Do you downshift at all on him at the draft table? What about in Dynasty Leagues?
a.Speaking of the Yankees…did you see Giancarlos Stanton? He looks like he lost 40 pounds.
Segment 2 – Pitcher Sleepers.
We will start to lay out our sleeper for the year. Please come up with five guys. My guys are below with a few extras.
1.Pablo Lopez (Min, 37.6) – Ace-level quality that you can get in the third round
2.Shane Bieber (Cle, 140.59) – His velo has taken a tick up this season, and that has been a problem for him over the past couple of years. I’ll take a gamble in the 9th round.
3.Nestor Cortes (NYY, 238.31) – Cortes’ data looks great and if he can stay healthy, he’s a steal in 15 to 16th round.
4.Casey Mize (Det, 415) – If he’s healthy, there are some pitch changes he’s made that should play well.
5.Christian Scott (NYM, 644) – With the injury to Senga, I like the setup for Scott this season.
6.Nick Nastrini (CHW, 665) – Four pitches, fastball up to 96. He’s a bit of a fly-ball hitter, and that could be problematic in Chicago, but overall, there is a #3 starter upside.
7.Cade Povich (Bal, 809) – The Orioles will need pitching help this season and I believe Povich could help. It’s a 94 to 95 MPH fastball with a high spin from the left side. He just needs to throw more strikes.
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