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Dynasty Test Roto 2
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Dynasty Test Roto 2 Draft

Tue Dec 26 10:12am ET


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Dynasty Test Roto 2 Draft ($125)
Player Pool:
    2024 Draft Order

    1. Dirk
    2. Chris (renewed)
    3. Thomas
    4. Compatriot
    5. Tim
    6. Dougy
    7. Dolph
    8. Kesha
    9. Shania
    10. Fantasy Pros Roto
    11. Home Boy
    12. Zach (renewed)

    Important Dates

    Jan 1st - List team for sale deadline
    1st Sat Feb (3rd)- Team sales finalized
    2nd Sat Feb (10th) - Draft cutdown to 25 players
    1st Sat Mar (2nd) - Rookie/Free-Agent draft begins
    Sun before season (Mar 24th) - Cutdown to 40 players

  • StandingsExpanded
    Fantasy Pros Roto0
    Home Boy0
  • Player Notes
    CJ Abrams Tue Feb 27 1:10am ET

    Washington Nationals shortstop CJ Abrams picked up his first stolen base of the spring in Monday's 6-3 Grapefruit League loss to the Mets. The 23-year-old is 2-for-5 with two singles in his first games of spring action. The former first-round pick delivered a power-speed combination in 2023, slashing .245/.300/.412 with 18 home runs, 83 runs scored, 64 RBI, and 47 stolen bases in 614 plate appearances. The Nationals aren't the best lineup to hit in for counting stats, but the allure of Abrams' HR and SB totals with the hope for some batting average regression have him as a higher-end fantasy pick heading into 2024.

    From RotoBaller

    Tommy Edman Tue Feb 27 1:00am ET

    St. Louis Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said Monday that there is no firm timetable for when middle infielder/outfielder Tommy Edman (wrist) will begin playing in Grapefruit League games. The 28-year-old had offseason surgery on his right wrist and is now hitting off a tee and with soft toss from coaches. The switch-hitter is progressing quicker hitting from the right side of the plate. Like the Cardinals overall, Edman had a down 2023, slashing .248/.307/.399 with 13 home runs, 69 runs scored, 47 RBI, and 27 stolen bases in 528 plate appearances. While Edman provides plenty of speed and could benefit from a lineup bounce back, his lack of power may be dinged further as he returns from his wrist injury. Fantasy managers should keep an eye out for further updates over the coming weeks.

    From RotoBaller

    Simeon Woods Richardson Tue Feb 27 12:50am ET

    Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Simeon Woods Richardson turned in a strong spring debut Monday, pitching a 1-2-3 inning with a strikeout of Juan Soto in a 9-2 Grapefruit League win over the Yankees. The 23-year-old said that he has been working on altering his arm angle this off-season, bringing his delivery down from directly over the top. Woods Richardson spent most of his time last season at Triple-A St. Paul, going 7-6 with a 4.91 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, and 19.3% strikeout rate in 113 2/3 innings pitched. While he has time in his career left to figure out how to deliver effective results, fantasy managers can keep him on the back burner for now.

    From RotoBaller

    Liam Hendriks Tue Feb 27 12:40am ET

    Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Liam Hendriks (elbow) threw on flat grass from about 60 feet on Monday, per the Boston Globe's Pete Abraham. He was throwing to a catcher standing up and "threw with a pretty decent amount of zip". The 35-year-old is recovering from Tommy John surgery and hopes to make his season debut at the end of July. Hendriks has recently been a top fantasy contributor, and while he has a ways to go to return and the Red Sox currently have a strong closer in Kenley Jansen, Hendriks could find himself in the fantasy mix during the second half of the season.

    From RotoBaller

    Luis Castillo Tue Feb 27 12:30am ET

    Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Luis Castillo looked ready to go in his spring debut Monday, firing two scoreless innings in a 2-0 Cactus League win over the Reds. Castillo's fastball touched 96 MPH as he allowed no hits and a walk with a strikeout. The 31-year-old turned in another stellar season in 2023, going 14-9 with a 3.34 ERA, 1.10 WHIP, and 27.3% strikeout rate in 33 starts and 197 innings pitched. Given the turbulent pitching landscape last season and his track record, Castillo has moved up into ace fantasy consideration for 2024.

    From RotoBaller

    Rafael Devers Tue Feb 27 12:20am ET

    Boston Red Sox third baseman Rafael Devers started his spring on the right foot Sunday, going 1-for-2 with a three-run home run and a walk in an 8-6 Grapefruit League win over the Twins. The 27-year-old is coming off another excellent season in which he slashed .271/.351/.500 with 33 home runs, 90 runs scored, 100 RBI, and five steals. Devers should be a top fantasy option and four-category contributor even if the Red Sox lineup does not bounce back from its overall disappointing 2023.

    From RotoBaller

    Luis Robert Tue Feb 27 12:20am ET

    Chicago White Sox outfielder Luis Robert Jr. has played in both Grapefruit League games to start spring, going a combined 0-for-4 with a strikeout. The overall positive takeaway is that the 26-year-old is healthy and on the field, as injuries have been an issue throughout his career. Robert Jr. was able to stay on the field for most of 2023, slashing .264/.315/.542 with 38 home runs, 90 runs scored, 80 RBI, and 20 stolen bases in 595 plate appearances over 145 games. Despite hitting in a weak White Sox lineup, Robert Jr. has the potential to be a top fantasy contributor if he can stay healthy. It will be an encouraging sign for fantasy managers if he can put in a full spring.

    From RotoBaller

    Sam Bachman Mon Feb 26 6:40pm ET

    Los Angeles Angels pitchers Sam Bachman (shoulder) and Jose Quijada (elbow) have continued their throwing programs in spring training. Bachman is recovering from right-shoulder surgery last September and was planning to throw from 75 to 90 feet on Monday. Quijada, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow last May, was planning to throw up to 120 feet on Monday. Bachman will begin the 2024 season on the injured list and is expected to miss at least the first month of the 2024 season. He's not a lock to join the big-league roster when he's activated. Quijada will open the year on the 60-day injured list and probably won't make his 2024 debut until after the All-Star break.

    From RotoBaller

    Shawn Dubin Mon Feb 26 6:40pm ET

    Houston Astros right-hander Shawn Dubin (shoulder) is dealing with right-shoulder inflammation in camp and will be shut down from throwing for three days. The injury, although it may not be very serious, is going to make it more difficult for Dubin to win a spot in the team's Opening Day bullpen out of spring training. The 28-year-old former 13th-round pick in 2018 out of Georgetown appeared in three games (one start) in his big-league debut for the Astros last year, giving up seven earned runs on 12 hits (one homer) while walking three and striking out 11 in nine innings pitched. Dubin is not on the fantasy radar at all, even if he makes the big-league roster out of camp. He had a rough 6.63 ERA and 1.61 WHIP in 55 2/3 innings at Triple-A Sugar Land last year.

    From RotoBaller

    Mason Thompson Mon Feb 26 6:30pm ET

    Washington Nationals right-hander Mason Thompson (elbow) is set to be re-examined by team doctors this week after being shut down the last two weeks of camp with a sore elbow. Thompson had Tommy John surgery nine years ago as a junior in high school. He's avoided major injuries since then, but he did miss three months due to a right-biceps strain in 2022. Manager Dave Martinez admitted he's "a little concerned." Thompson was dominant at times out of Washington's bullpen, but he wasn't guaranteed a spot on this year's Opening Day roster, so his elbow injury is going to make it even tougher for him to earn a spot. He struggled through most of the second half in 2023 and finished with a 5.50 ERA and 1.56 WHIP in 51 games.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick Senzel Mon Feb 26 6:20pm ET

    Washington Nationals third baseman/outfielder Nick Senzel (illness) was not in the team's Grapefruit League lineup on Monday against the New York Mets because he was feeling under the weather. With Senzel sitting out, prospect Brady House got the start at third base for the Nats. The 28-year-old Senzel is expected to see regular playing time at the hot corner in D.C. for the rebuilding Nationals in 2024. Perhaps the former first-round pick can pick things up with a change of scenery, but fantasy managers in most leagues should be content to wait and see what happens. Injuries have been the story of his career to this point. Senzel missed time in 2023 with the Reds due to toe and knee injuries and finished with a .236 average, a career-high 13 home runs, 42 RBI and six steals in 104 games.

    From RotoBaller

    Ross Stripling Mon Feb 26 6:10pm ET

    Oakland Athletics right-hander Ross Stripling (finger) was originally scheduled to make his Cactus League debut with his new team on Monday against the Arizona Diamondbacks, but he is being pushed back a few days with what manager Mark Kotsay described as a minor cut on his right index finger. Instead, Mitch Spence, a Rule 5 draft pick, replaced Stripling on the mound. The injury to Stripling's finger doesn't sound serious at all. The 34-year-old is locked into Oakland's starting rotation in 2024 after being acquired in a trade with the San Francisco Giants. He'll be moving to another pitcher-friendly environment, but that's about where the positives end. Stripling doesn't miss many bats and won't get much run support from the A's offense. He's outside of RotoBaller's top-100 fantasy starting pitchers.

    From RotoBaller

    Matt Carpenter Mon Feb 26 6:10pm ET

    St. Louis Cardinals designated hitter Matt Carpenter (wrist) was scratched from the team's Grapefruit League lineup on Monday due to a bruised left wrist after being hit by a pitch in a previous game over the weekend. Carpenter's injury doesn't sound very serious, but the Cardinals will take it easy on the 38-year-old left-hander for a day or two. Carpenter essentially became a bench coach for the San Diego Padres last year after hitting just .176/.322/.319 with five home runs, 31 RBI and 67 strikeouts in 237 plate appearances over 76 games played. It was a big disappointment after he hit 15 home runs in 2022 with the Yankees before getting hurt. It's unlikely at this point that Carpenter will have a resurgence as he returns to St. Louis.

    From RotoBaller

    Nick Ahmed Mon Feb 26 6:00pm ET

    Free-agent shortstop Nick Ahmed signed a minor-league deal with the San Francisco Giants on Monday. The deal includes an invitation to major-league spring training. Ahmed and long-time Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford battled for the National League Gold Glove at the 6 for a while, with Ahmed winning it in 2018-19 while playing for the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 33-year-old veteran will give the Giants a backup option to rookie Marco Luciano at shortstop in 2024. Ahmed really struggled at the plate in his 10th season in the desert last year, slashing just .212/.257/.303 with two home runs, 17 RBI, five stolen bases and 14 runs scored in 72 games played before he was released in September. Unless Luciano misses extended time with an injury, Ahmed isn't going to be attractive in many fantasy leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Hak-Ju Lee Mon Feb 26 6:00pm ET

    San Francisco Giants outfielder Jung Hoo Lee (side) is scheduled to play center field and bat leadoff on Tuesday in the team's Cactus League contest against the Seattle Mariners. Lee was scratched from making his spring training debut over the weekend due to minor side soreness, but he'll be ready to return on Tuesday. The 25-year-old Korean outfielder will be San Fran's starting center fielder in his first year in the States after the Giants signed him to a six-year, $113 million deal in free agency. Lee doesn't have much power in his bat, but he has excellent contact and on-base abilities and should provide value as a depth outfielder in mixed fantasy leagues in 2024 for his OBP, average and runs scored. However, there is also some concern that he might need a period of adjustment to increased MLB velocities.

    From RotoBaller

    Kike Hernandez Mon Feb 26 5:50pm ET

    Free-agent infielder/outfielder Enrique Hernandez signed an undisclosed one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday. The 32-year-old Puerto Rican utility man began the 2023 season with the Boston Red Sox before finishing the year in LA. In total, he hit .237/.289/.357 with 11 home runs, 23 doubles, 61 RBI, four stolen bases and 57 runs scored in 140 games played. He'll basically take the place of Manuel Margot, who was traded to the Minnesota Twins on Monday, as a reserve outfielder for the Dodgers in 2024. But Hernandez can also fill in where needed on the infield. Although he had double-hernia surgery last October, he's expected to be ready for Opening Day. Because Hernandez won't be an everyday player on a stacked Dodgers roster, he shouldn't attract much attention in mixed fantasy leagues this year.

    From RotoBaller

    Brandon Crawford Mon Feb 26 5:50pm ET

    The St. Louis Cardinals signed free-agent shortstop Brandon Crawford to an undisclosed deal on Monday, according to league sources. The three-time All-Star with the San Francisco Giants is expected to serve as the backup to 21-year-old rookie shortstop Masyn Winn while the team awaits further clarity on Tommy Edman's recovery from wrist surgery. Crawford spent the previous 13 seasons in the Bay Area, playing a key role in the team's 2012 and 2014 World Series championships. He was an All-Star as recently as 2021, but his performance started to decline in 2022, and he appeared in just 93 games last year due to various injuries and finished with a meager .194/.273/.314 slash line. The 37-year-old is a good defender but can't be counted on for offensive production at this point, and the 2024 season could easily be Crawford's last as a pro.

    From RotoBaller

    Alek Thomas Mon Feb 26 5:40pm ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Alek Thomas (wrist) is dealing with wrist soreness that kept him out of the team's Cactus League lineup on Monday. He has been tracking pitches during live batting practice sessions without swinging in the meantime, and manager Torey Lovullo said the concern is minimal and that Thomas could have played on Monday, if needed. It sounds as though the 23-year-old center fielder should be back in spring training action by the end of the week, if not sooner, and he'll be good to go for Opening Day in late March. Thomas struggled at the plate in 125 games for the D-backs last year, slashing .230/.273/.374 with nine home runs, 39 RBI and nine steals and was demoted to the minors in the first half. Unless he improves against left-handers, he probably isn't going to be much of an asset in shallow mixed leagues in 2024.

    From RotoBaller

    Bo Naylor Mon Feb 26 5:40pm ET

    Cleveland Guardians catching prospect Bo Naylor (back) was scratched from the team's Cactus League lineup on Monday against the San Diego Padres due to back spasms. The Guardians are probably just being cautious with the young catching prospect early in spring training, but we'll have more updates on the 24-year-old backstop's condition once we know more. He's likely to be day-to-day. Naylor took over in Cleveland last year during the summer and hit .237/.339/.470 with an .809 OPS, 11 home runs, 32 RBI and five stolen bases in 67 games in 2023. Naylor, the younger brother of Guardians first baseman Josh Naylor, will be the team's starting catcher from the get-go in 2024. If he stays healthy and gets enough playing time, he has the potential to be a top-10 catcher in fantasy when all is said and done, mainly due to his speed.

    From RotoBaller

    Corbin Carroll Mon Feb 26 5:00pm ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Corbin Carroll made his spring debut on Saturday during a 6-2 Cactus League win over the Colorado Rockies. The reigning NL Rookie of the Year was not a factor, however, going hitless in two at-bats and drawing a walk in his third plate appearance. He was then taken out for a pinch runner. One spring training game does not a season make, however, and Carroll figures to be one of the top offensive weapons in all of real-life and fantasy baseball this season. The former first-round draft pick will look to build upon his 2023 All-Star campaign after he tallied a .285-25-76-116-54 line in 155 games. Carroll is ranked fifth overall at RotoBaller and is being taken around the same pick in 2024 fantasy drafts. At that pick, managers have to decide whether they want the HR/RBI upside of Mookie Betts or lower (yet respectable) totals in those categories from Carroll but with 40 more stolen bases than the Los Angeles Dodger second baseman.

    From RotoBaller

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    Ronald Acuna Jr. (OF)1.00 
    Julio Rodriguez (OF)2.83 
    Bobby Witt Jr. (SS, MI)3.00 
    Corbin Carroll (OF)3.17 
    Juan Soto (OF)5.83 
    Mookie Betts (2B, SS, MI, OF)7.17 
    Kyle Tucker (OF)7.67 
    Fernando Tatis Jr. (OF)7.83 
    Shohei Ohtani (U)8.33 
    Aaron Judge (OF)10.83 
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