2020's Biggest (Positive) Surprises; Triple Dongs! (09/02 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)
09.02.2020 - By Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
I know we've said it a lot recently but we had a truly wild night of baseball Tuesday! Let's get things started with the OMGG players and we couldn't limit it to just two (1:28). Who is this Brad Miller? Alex Dickerson triple dong! Is Ian Anderson THE ONE? ... Marcell Ozuna also launched three homers on Tuesday (9:18) but more importantly, it opened up a Fantasy philosophy discussion. Ozuna is a prime example of why we use underlying analytics to find value. ... On to news and notes, Elieser Hernandez left his start and was diagnosed with lat soreness (16:21). We have more prospects as Jazz Chisholm got the call and Ke'Bryan Hayes made his debut. Who would Scott rather have? ... Who are the biggest surprises of the 2020 season (23:17)? It's about time we show Willy Adames and Brandon Belt more love. Just how good are Zach Plesac and Framber Valdez? ... We hit the rest of Tuesday's action, including Michael Pineda's successful debut (41:54). Masahiro Tanaka is using his slider more recently and Andrew McCutchen is officially on fire. ... On the waiver wire, would Scott rather have Garrett Hampson or Jon Berti (52:12)? How about Josh Naylor or Victor Reyes? ... Email us at [email protected]
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