ADP Values for Keeper Leagues

Discussing some tougher keeper decisions


Keep or Kut – Pete (@PeteBBaseball) and Chad (@chadyoung) look through NFBC ADPs to find players who you should be picking for your keeper leagues. These six players may or may not be good values at their ADP for redraft, but they are primed to breakout and be more valuable next year than they are this year, making them ideal keeper league targets. Plus, they ask some questions based on recent MLB transactions.

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3:22 – News and Notes Questions, starting with Mitch Garver to the Mariners and what that does to his C ranking

10:51 – If Yuki Matsui is the full-time closer for the Padres, does he move into your top 15 closers?

16:57 – Stop worrying about how good a team your closers are on – it doesn’t really matter.

23:00 – Are the Jays a team you can stream SP against?

27:44 – Looking at guys who are keeper league values at current NFBC ADP, and Chad sees one last chance to buy into Vlad Guerrero, Jr.

34:23 – Pete wants in on Oneil Cruz, Chad is more cautious until he starts to look at the alternatives at SS

43:50 – Chad tries to get Pete feeling more positive about Mastaka Yoshida

52:16 – Pete tries to get Chad to look beyond Edward Cabrera’s walks

1:02:50 – Carlos Rodón will be moving up boards in the spring

1:07:06 – The price on Eloy Jiménez has dropped far enough to flip the script from bust to value

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Chad Young

Chad is a long-time fantasy player and baseball fan, who learned to love the game watching 100 loss teams in the truly awful Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Chad writes Going Deep for Pitcher List and co-hosts the Keep or Kut podcast on the Pitcher List Podcast Network. Chad is also one of the creators of ottoneu and you can hear him on the Ottobot Podcast and read his work on FanGraphs.

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