As requested, here are my 2019 projected stats for Walker Buehler.
I think Buehler will overall be similar to how he was last year. He’ll likely start more games, and thus get more wins. I also think he’ll have a similar WHIP but slightly more strikeouts than last season.
Do you agree with my prediction?
Seriously! Aren’t there any in-between options left? It’s like everyone who’s left is beaten up or their price is inflated sky high. #andrewfriedman #usedcarshopping
Pollock vs Ellis. Which would you rather pick up this offseason? Pollock may be a Dodger killer, but he is injury-prone. It’s a clear plus to take him away from a NLW semi-contender. On the other hand, would Ellis have been a better fit behind the dish than Martin, especially with the chemistry of the old Kershaw-Ellis battery (see what I did there?)? It seems like yesterday that they were separated. Anyway, Ellis isn’t on the radar, just comparing AJs is all. What do you guys think? Which AJ would make the best addition to the 2019 Dodgers? #ajpollock #ajellis #traderumors
There has been an “increasing chatter” between the Dodgers and free agent, AJ Pollock. Would you like to see him in Dodger blue?
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Next up for my 2019 predictions is Cody Bellinger. I think that Bellinger will be overall a slightly better player than he was last year. His batting average will go up to .267, similar to how he was in 2017. I also think his RBI will rise to 81, as opposed to 76 last season. And though I don’t believe he’ll have the power numbers that he did his debut year, he’ll get back into the 30+ range for home runs in 2019.
Do you agree with this prediction?