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The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast: 2019 Prospects and Kluber

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Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast. A.J. Applegarth will join me as my co-host. We are back after a week off while Seylan Lonqueux and I hosted our live 2019 NFL Draft show.

We have a big show for you as we catch up on big news including 2019 Prospects and Kluber getting injured.

Our opening topic is about a Tweet I saw which mentions just how many good players the Marlins have traded over the last few years, especially pitching.

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Beer of the Week

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2019 Prospects and Kluber

So of course last week we take the week off and Vlad Guerrero Jr. gets his major league call-up. A.J. and I discuss Vlad, Carter Kieboom, Nathaniel Lowe, Ty France, Griffin Canning and Cal Quantrill as the recent prospect to get their chance.

If you want a fantastic look at Vlad and other prospects we didn’t discuss look at Tyler Thompson’s Week 4 Prospect Report. 

Injuries

The big injury of the season so far is Corey Kluber getting hit by a comebacker and fracturing his arm. We discuss him and other injuries including…

Bullpen Update

A.J. updates our closer chart on the site so he gives an update on the more recent changes including.

  • Texas Rangers
  • New York Mets
  • Los Angeles Angels
  • Miami Marlins

Waiver Wire Targets

Here are some of our favorite waiver wire targets at this point of the 2019 season.


Check out the rest of our 2019 Fantasy Baseball content from our great team of writers.

About Joe Bond

Not just another "Average Joe" when it comes to Fantasy Sports, he is the fantasy brain trust behind the FantasySixPack.net website. Joe is one of the Experts included in the FantasyPros Consensus Rankings for Football, Baseball and Basketball and finished well each year. You can find him on Twitter, @F6P_Joe, where he is waiting by the keyboard for your question.

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