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The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast: 2019 First-Year Player Draft

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Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast. A.J. Applegarth is back this week and joins me as co-host. We have an exciting show ahead as we are going to talk about some 2019 First-Year Player Draft.

To help us get through the first-year player analysis we welcome friend of the show, Chris Blessing from BaseballHQ. You can also follow him on Twitter @C_Blessing.

We, as usual, we complete the show with injury news, bullpen update and some waiver wire recommendations.

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2019 First-Year Player Draft


Chris Blessing helps us breakdown some of the first-year players drafted in 2019. We have three categories of players: Best in Draft, Best Hit/Speed Combo and Best Pitchers.

A few of the players he goes into detail on are:

Chris also provides us with his top 12, some guys to target in the 2nd round and to avoid who will likely go early.

I want to thank Sports Info Solutions for allowing us to use the player cards as graphics.

Injuries

There was some more major injury news. We discuss all of those and more, including…

Bullpen Update

A.J. updates the closer chart on Fantasy Six Pack so he gives an update each week. This week his updates include:

Waiver Wire Targets

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


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

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