A major influx of high impact offensive talent just recently hit the big leagues (Yoan Moncada, Rafael Devers, Lewis Brinson, Derek Fisher, Harrison Bader, Jordan Luplow, and Dominic Smith coming soon too), and Ralph and I went over each one of them and projected their rest-of-season numbers by playing over/under their Steamer projections. Even with so many of our favorite prospects getting the call, there still felt like there was a little something missing. That little something was Willie Calhoun, who we prayed is involved in the seemingly inevitable trade that sends an American League starter to Los Angeles. We also talked about the Tyler O’Neill for Marco Gonzales trade, Dansby Swanson’s demotion, and closed the show by discussing some of our favorite low minors breakouts. Finally, please make sure to support our sponsor by heading over to RotoWear.com and entering promo code “SAGNOF” for 15% off the highest quality t-shirts in the fantasy sports game.

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By Michael Halpern (@MichaelCHalpern)
Email: michaelhalpern@imaginarybrickwall.com
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5 thoughts on “Razzball Prospect Podcast: Projecting Recent Prospect Call-ups

  1. Halp,
    It’s a waiver wire frenzy in a few of my leagues right now! Trade deadline in full effect. Gotta love it. I’ve been taking a closer look at Alford’s stats and wondering why no one is talking about this dude (except team Halp of course). How does he compare to Robles or Acuna for you in the long-term? The walk and strike out rate he’s showing right now seems like that of a top 10 prospect.

    1. Also, is he a long term CF in your opinion or does he slot into one of the corners? Thanks

      1. Yea, love Alford and great to see him not missing a beat coming off the injury. Robles and Acuna are younger and doing similar things, so I have them over Alford, but Alford has the potential to be an elite power/speed combo with a good average.

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