The Miami Marlins’ competitive weaknesses are going to hinder Realmuto’s runs/RBIs chances, which makes up a decent chunk of his value, and since I think some fantasy managers are going to get fooled into getting caught up in a midround position run fearing they’ll be left with the position’s scraps, I anticipate he’s going to frequently go in the Rounds 12-14 range in standard leagues, which is simply too soon for my tastes considering his production. — Tristan H. Cockcroft
I could really talk about any of the top three at this position and call it a day, but I do believe Sanchez and Posey will end up being among the best at catcher, even if they don’t necessarily earn back value given the round they are selected.
There really is not a building block at catcher, unless it is Sanchez. He is getting the Rob Gronkowski treatment as the obvious, safe, top option at his special position for his sport but we have only about a year and a half of proof there. I think Molina or Castillo 15-plus rounds later is a better block. — Eric Karabell
Ovechkin was at ESPN to film his This Is SportsCenter Russian spy spot in late 2009, and I asked him about the possibility of catching Gretzky. He was surprised at the question and didn’t know what to say. I don’t think he had been asked about it before, which is understandable. I also think he was nervous about working with Steve Levy (he’s only human), and he was a tad rattled.
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