Posts Tagged ‘Nolan Arenado’

Revisiting Bold Predictions: National League West

Back in March, I penned some bold predictions about every Major League team. I’m revisiting them division by division to see how I did. ARI – Archie Bradley will have more wins than any other Diamondbacks starter. The Diamondbacks starting rotation has been a mishmash of ineffectiveness and injury, but because of injury, Bradley hasn’t [...]

Fantasy State of the Position: Third Base

Overvalued: Martin Prado I’m not really sure why, but I’ve never been a believer in Martin Prado. Folks seem to have gotten even more worked up about him in the last year. He’s currently going ahead of Manny Machado (see below), and Kyle Seager, both of whom, I have ahead of Prado. He’s shown that [...]

Keep an Eye on: Nolan Arenado

Over his last 21 games, Arenado owns a .368/.388/.500 slash line with 2 home runs and 12 RBI. He’s logged a hit in 19 of those 21 games and currently is on a 10 game hitting streak. His hit tool has always been hit most prominent feature. Some scouts believe that his present doubles power [...]

What to do with Mark Reynolds

I certainly didn’t expect the torrid start that Reynolds got off to. And I was foolish enough to think he had figured it out and could hit at a better clip that he had in the past. We all know that over time, everything, everyone regresses to the mean. And Reynolds has. His career slash [...]