Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast. A.J. Applegarth will join me as my co-host. This week we are going to be doing our 2019 Baseball Buy Low-Sell High.
We also will be doing our usual injury, bullpen and waiver wire update.
First, since we are beer lovers, we decided to bring up the big merger between Sam Adams and Dogfish Head Brewery.
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Beer of the Week
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2019 Baseball Buy Low-Sell High
Now that we are more than a month into the season you know where your team is good and bad. If you really want to improve you need to do it via trade. To help with this we tell you some players that are on the radar as 2019 Baseball Buy Low-Sell High options. Some of the players we discuss are
What to do with Catchers
The catcher position is putrid this year. It really feels like it gets worse every season.
This year we have injuries adding to the fact that they are struggling, but even the "studs" aren't performing as we would like them to.
A.J. and I talk briefly on how to manage the catcher position this season and should you consider getting rid of the position altogether?
We discuss the recent injuries including...
A.J. updates our closer chart on the site so he gives an update on the more recent changes including.
- Chicago Cubs
- Oakland Athletics
- Texas Rangers
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.
I started listening to your podcast and then stopped when you said you would go ahead and do a trade for Jose Ramirez and Domingo santana. Uh Yah. But Come on man! NO ONE is giving up their first round pick For Domingo Santana. NO ONE
So I never said I personally would do a trade for Jose Ramirez for Domingo Santana. I was saying that Jose Ramirez is a buy low option right now and you could possibly send somebody who is producing like a Domingo Santana for Jose Ramirez.
I think you would be surprised at how many people would accept a deal for a guy hitting .288 with 8 HR, 35 RBI, 20 runs with 4 steals for a guy hitting .207, with 3 HR, 11 RBI, 14 runs and 9 steals. There are a lot of people super worried that his second-half struggles are carrying over to this season and this is now who J-Ram is, so they want to bail, first round pick or not.