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    2K19: Madison Bumgarner

    Steamer and Depth Charts project him with an 8.1 K/9 and a 3.93 ERA. That sound about right? Considering trying to acquire him in a Dynasty but worried his "name" value may make the price a bit more than I feel comfortable with. Bounce back or continued decline?

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    Wondering the same. I have him at $24 in an only league. Would sell if I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharky View Post
    Wondering the same. I have him at $24 in an only league. Would sell if I could.
    I would take him in my 12 team NL only 5x5 at that price.

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    I am with you Judge Jude. People will blame the bike accident, but from 2014-2016 he pitched, regular season and post-season combined: 270 IP, 218.1 IP, 240.2 IP. He has not been the same since. He could do a Verlander eventually, but I'll wait to see it happen first.

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    Would Farhan really trade him? If so his value could take a big hit. I think the WHIP could still be a plus. I think he'll eat the innings. He won't get many wins. The ERA might slide a bit.

    In a league where his name value informs his price, pass. In a league where I can get him for what he's actually worth, I'd buy.

    Something like 190 innings, 180 Ks, 3.95 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 9 wins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joncarlos View Post
    Would Farhan really trade him? If so his value could take a big hit. I think the WHIP could still be a plus. I think he'll eat the innings. He won't get many wins. The ERA might slide a bit.

    In a league where his name value informs his price, pass. In a league where I can get him for what he's actually worth, I'd buy.

    Something like 190 innings, 180 Ks, 3.95 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 9 wins?
    In your league what approx. value would be placed on these stats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    In your league what approx. value would be placed on these stats?
    15-team mixed (PONY), I have Andrew Heaney for $8 and I'm on the fence about keeping him. I think they're probably similar? Last year Heaney went 180 innings, 180 Ks, 9w, 4.15/1.20. Bumgarner has upside, more than Heaney, who's kind of dull. But I'd say Bumgarner goes somewhere in the $10-$15 range in PONY if he's thrown back.

    12-team NL only, probably $15-$20 (uninflated) depending on auction dynamics.

    Since 1/1, Heaney is the 60th pitcher off the board in NFBC, average ADP of 163. Bumgarner is 26th, ADP of 76.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joncarlos View Post
    15-team mixed (PONY), I have Andrew Heaney for $8 and I'm on the fence about keeping him. I think they're probably similar? Last year Heaney went 180 innings, 180 Ks, 9w, 4.15/1.20. Bumgarner has upside, more than Heaney, who's kind of dull. But I'd say Bumgarner goes somewhere in the $10-$15 range in PONY if he's thrown back.

    12-team NL only, probably $15-$20 (uninflated) depending on auction dynamics.

    Since 1/1, Heaney is the 60th pitcher off the board in NFBC, average ADP of 163. Bumgarner is 26th, ADP of 76.
    I recently traded for a $2B Heaney. I will not give him a raise, but I am pretty stoked to own him for 2 bucks.

    If I could get Bumgarner between 10-15 bucks I would easily take the gamble. Not sure I would go over 15 (since reading this thread). That would depend on auction dynamics and my money situation.

    He will be kept at $24 in our 12 team only.
    Last edited by Gregg; 01-23-2019 at 04:03 PM.

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    In my mixed league, I'm throwing him back at $28. Generally aces go in the mid to high 30s in our league (only 2 have gone above 40 - Scherzer and Kershaw last year). Wouldn't mind snagging him at $10-$15 though.

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