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Sat Feb 6 12:00pm ET


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Dynasty Test Roto Draft ($125)
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    2021 Draft Order

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

    Important Dates

    Jan 1st - List team for sale deadline
    1st Sat Feb - Team sales finalized
    2nd Sat Feb (13th) - Draft cutdown to 30 players
    1st Sat Mar (6th) - Rookie/Free-Agent draft begins
    Sun before (Mar 28th) - Cutdown to 40 players

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  • Player Notes
    Gary Sanchez Dec 2 2:40pm ET

    The New York Yankees plan to tender a contract to catcher Gary Sanchez on Wednesday, according to sources. Sanchez was replaced by Kyle Higashioka as the team's primary catcher in the playoffs after he hit just .147 with 10 home runs and 24 RBI in the regular season. The two-time All-Star went 1-for-8 with a home run in three postseason games after slugging 34 home runs in 104 games in 2019. In his six seasons with the Yanks, Sanchez has slashed .236/.320/.502 with 115 home runs and 286 RBI. He won't be guaranteed the starting job behind the plate heading into the 2021 season, though, which will most certainly drop his fantasy price drastically. But if Sanchez bounces back and manages to cut down on his strikeouts and stay healthy, he could be a savvy buy at a discounted price in 2021.

    From RotoBaller

    Eddie Rosario Dec 2 12:30am ET

    The Minnesota Twins placed left fielder Eddie Rosario on outright waivers on Tuesday, according to a source. It's an indication that Rosario could be a non-tender candidate on Wednesday. Any team can claim Rosario until noon on Wednesday and take on his salary for 2021, which would be his final season of eligibility. He'll be due a significant raise over the $7.75 million he made in 2020. Rosario ranks third on the Twins with 119 home runs and leads the team with 388 RBI since his debut in 2015. But he's had a .310 career on-base percentage and .788 OPS because of free-swinging tendencies. Rosario had a career-best 8.2 percent walk rate last year along with 13 homers in 57 games, but the Twins have a young outfield, with Alex Kirilloff and Brent Rooker debuting in 2020. Trevor Larnach, the team's No. 3 prospect, could also debut in 2021.

    From RotoBaller

    Isiah Kiner-Falefa Dec 1 10:40pm ET

    The Texas Rangers plan to give Gold Glove-winning third baseman Isiah Kiner-Falefa the chance to be the starting shortstop next season and have told former shortstop Elvis Andrus to prepare to play all infield positions. The 32-year-old Andrus is the longest-tenured Ranger after 12 seasons and is the only player left from back-to-back World Series appearances in 2010 and 2011. But Kiner-Falefa would still have to earn the starting spot. Andrus played in just 29 games last year due to back issues and hit just .194 with three home runs and seven RBI. IKF started 15 games at the 6 and 42 games at third base while hitting .280 in his third season. Rougned Odor will have to compete to keep his starting job at second base and will face competition from Nick Solak, who led all MLB rookies with 56 hits in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    Eddie Rosario Dec 1 8:53pm ET

    Minnesota Twins OF Eddie Rosario was placed on outright waivers Tuesday, Dec. 1, according to sources. Rosario's expected to be non-tendered.

    Mike Minor Dec 1 5:03pm ET

    Updating a previous report, free-agent LHP Mike Minor signed a two-year contract worth $18 million with the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, Dec. 1. The deal includes a $7 million base salary in 2021 and a $13 million club option for 2023.

    Joe Ross Dec 1 4:03pm ET

    Washington Nationals RHP Joe Ross signed a one-year contract worth $1.5 million to return to the club Tuesday, Dec. 1.

    Cam Hill Dec 1 3:20pm ET

    Cleveland Indians rookie relief pitcher Cam Hill (wrist) underwent surgery on his right wrist on Tuesday after being involved in a car accident. Dr. Brian Chalkin operated on Hill's lunate bone, which is located in the mid-carpal joint. The surgery went "as expected," but the team doesn't have any details on when Hill might be able to pitch. He made his big league debut in 2020 on July 26 and recorded his first save two days later against the White Sox. The 26-year-old was 2-0 with a 4.91 ERA in 18 appearances with the Tribe during the shortened season. In his only playoff outing against the Yankees in Game 1 of the wild-card series, Hill allowed three runs.

    From RotoBaller

    Kris Bryant Dec 1 1:20pm ET

    The Washington Nationals have been connected to names like Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant and free-agent second baseman DJ LeMahieu, but they remain unlikely to land a big-ticket item this offseason. Washington is more likely to pursue less-expensive players because they have so many holes to fill on their roster. Juan Soto and Trea Turner combined for 5.1 Wins Above Replacement in 2020, but the rest of their position players produced a negative-1.9 fWAR. The Nats need to replace right fielder Adam Eaton, first baseman Eric Thames, catcher Kurt Suzuki and right-hander Anibal Sanchez and are still searching for a third baseman after losing Anthony Rendon to the Angels last offseason. Washington doesn't want to give up their top two pitching prospects -- Jackson Rutledge and Cade Cavalli -- in any trade.

    From RotoBaller

    Kris Bryant Dec 1 11:50am ET

    The Washington Nationals are targeting third baseman Kris Bryant and are determined to keep right-handed pitchers Jackson Rutledge and Cade Cavalli, the team's top two prospects, in any trade. The New York Mets, San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays could all be fits for Bryant as well. Bryant is expected to be tendered a contract by the Cubs despite hitting just .206 with a .644 OPS in 34 games last season. The 2016 National League MVP will become a free agent following the 2021 season. He still owns a .280/.380/.508 career slash line and averaged 28 home runs and 81 RBI from 2015-19. The NL Rookie of the Year in 2015 could be a nice bounce-back target in fantasy in what will be his contract year.

    From RotoBaller

    Eduardo Rodriguez Dec 1 11:40am ET

    The Boston Red Sox agreed to an $8.3 million deal with left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez for the 2021 season on Tuesday, according to a source. Rodriguez would've been in the fourth and final year of arbitration eligibility before becoming a free agent next offseason. The 27-year-old southpaw was set to be the team's Opening Day starter in 2020 but didn't pitch at all after testing positive for COVID-19 and then being diagnosed with myocarditis, an inflammatory heart condition. But Rodriguez said he expects to be ready for the 2021 season after not being allowed to do physical exercise throughout the summer. E-Rod went 19-6 with a 3.81 ERA and 213 strikeouts in 203 1/3 innings in 2019, but fantasy managers will likely be much more cautious with him after he took the year off in 2020.

    From RotoBaller

    Jose Urena Dec 1 12:20am ET

    The Miami Marlins acquired sidearm reliever Adam Cimber from the Cleveland Indians on Monday in exchange for $100,000. In a corresponding move, the Marlins designated right-hander Jose Urena for assignment. Urena was the team's Opening Day starter in 2018 and 2019 and spent six seasons with the club, but he went 0-3 with a 5.40 ERA in five starts last season. He's projected to earn around $4 million in 2021. Cimber was 0-1 with a 3.97 ERA in 14 outings for Cleveland in 2020 after he was acquired from the Padres in 2018 in the deal involving All-Star closer Brad Hand. Cimber was 6-7 with a 4.30 ERA in 110 appearances over 2 1/2 seasons with the Tribe.

    From RotoBaller

    Michael A. Taylor Dec 1 12:10am ET

    The Kansas City Royals finalized a one-year, $1.75 million deal with outfielder Michael A. Taylor on Monday. The deal includes up to $1 million in performance bonuses. The 29-year-old hit just .196 in 38 games for the Nationals in the shortened 2020 season and became a free agent on Oct. 15 when he refused an outright assignment to the minors. The power-speed threat was a finalist for a Gold Glove in 2017 and also hit a career-best .271 with 19 home runs in 113 games that season. General manager Dayton Moore said that Taylor will be given the chance to play every day in center field, which could mean that Whit Merrifield will play less in center and more in right field. Hunter Dozier could continue to play first base instead of splitting time in the outfield.

    From RotoBaller

    Adam Cimber Nov 30 7:53pm ET

    Cleveland Indians RHP Adam Cimber was traded to the Miami Marlins in exchange for cash considerations Monday, Nov. 30.

    Adam Cimber Nov 30 7:53pm ET

    Cleveland Indians RHP Adam Cimber was traded to the Miami Marlins in exchange for cash considerations Monday, Nov. 30.

    Michael A. Taylor Nov 30 7:53pm ET

    Free-agent OF Michael Taylor signed a one-year contract worth $1.75 million with the Kansas City Royals on Monday, Nov. 30. The deal also reportedly includes $1 million in incentives.

    Mike Minor Nov 30 7:53pm ET

    The Kansas City Royals have agreed to a two-year deal with free-agent LHP Mike Minor (Athletics), pending a physical, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. Minor previously pitched for the Royals in 2017.

    Jeff Hoffman Nov 29 6:53pm ET

    Cincinnati Reds RHP Robert Stephenson and OF Jameson Hannah were acquired by the Colorado Rockies Wednesday, Nov. 25, in exchange for RHP Jeff Hoffman and RHP Case Williams.

    Jeff Hoffman Nov 29 6:53pm ET

    Colorado Rockies RHP Jeff Hoffman and RHP Case Williams were acquired by the Cincinnati Reds Wednesday, Nov. 25, in exchange for RHP Robert Stephenson and OF Jameson Hannah.

    Alexander Canario Nov 29 6:53pm ET

    San Francisco Giants OF Alexander Canario (shoulder) will miss the start of the 2021 minor league season as he continues to recover from surgery to repair a torn labrum, according to president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi.

    Victor Robles Nov 29 11:13am ET

    Washington Nationals OF Victor Robles (ankle) is considered day-to-day after spraining his right ankle while playing winter ball in the Dominican Republic.

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