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bathrobeDFS - MLB Team-By-Team Preview: Part 21 of 30: Kansas City Royals
Record - 58-104 - Last in the AL Central
Runs Scored - 638 - 13th in the AL
Earned Runs Against - 786 - 14th in the AL
No Longer On The Team
- Alcides Escobar, SS
- Jason Hammel, RHP
- Nate Karns, RHP
- Jerry Vasto, LHP
- Brandon Maurer, RHP
- Andres Machado, RHP
- Rosell Herrera, RF
- Donnie Dewees, CF
- Jason Adam, RHP
- Michael Ynoa, RHP
- Kyle Zimmer, RHP
- Brad Boxberger, RHP
- Homer Bailey, RHP
- Jake Diekman, LHP
- Drew Storen, RHP
- Andres Machado, RHP
- Terrance Gore, CF
- Chris Owings, 2B
- Billy Hamilton, CF
- Chris Ellis, RHP
- Conner Greene, RHP
- Stephen Ridings, RHP
- Martin Maldonado, C
To Win World Series - 500/1
To Win AL Pennant - 250/1
Record - 73-89 - 3rd in the AL Central
Runs Scored - 691 - 12th in the AL
Runs Allowed - 771 - 10th in the AL
Team Batting Average - ,237 - 14th in the AL
Team OBP - .303 - 14th in the AL
Team SLG - .386 - TLast in the AL
FRAA (Defensive Metric) - 3.0 - 7th in the AL - 14th in the MLB
Record - 69-93 - 4th in the AL Central
Runs Scored - 801.9 - 14th in the AL
Runs Allowed - 938 - 11th in the AL
Record - 69-93 - Last in the AL Central
Runs Scored - 764 - 14th in the AL
Runs Allowed - 888 - T13 in the AL
- Adalberto Mondesi, SS (S)
- Whit Merrifield, 2B (R)
- Alex Gordon, LF (L)
- Jorge Soler, DH (R)
- Ryan O’Hearn, 1B (L)
- Hunter Dozier, 3B (R)
- Brian Goodwin, RF (L)
- Martin Maldonado, C (R)
- Billy Hamilton, CF (S)
- Danny Duffy, LHP
- Brad Keller, RHP
- Jakob Junis, RHP
- Jorge Lopez, RHP
- Homer Bailey, RHP
- Brad Boxberger, CL
- WIly Peralta, SU
- Jake Diekman, SU
- Kevin McCarthy, RP
- Tim Hill, RP
- Ian Kennedy, RP
- Kyle Zimmer, RP
- Chris Ellis, RP
- Cam Gallaher, C
- Humberto Arteaga, INF
- Chris Owings, UTIL
- Terrance Gore, OF
- Sal Perez, C (IL)
- Jesse Hahn, SP (IL)
- Trevor Oaks, P (IL)
- Brian Flynn, RP (IL)
- Eric Skoglund, SP (Suspended)
I figure, after doing the Orioles, I might as well keep it as easy as possible with one of the other terrible teams in the AL. So let’s take a look and see how far the mighty have fallen.
The ace of the Royals staff, Danny Duffy, will likely open the season on the IL but should be back in April. He had been a decent and usable pitcher, though had a tough season last year making him someone we would stack against more often than use. If last season was any indication, he will have an FIP under 5 with a WHIP near 1.500. He gives up a lot of hits and an insane number of walks. Also, far too many home runs for someone that lets that many people on base. He had one year over 9 K/9, but mostly sits around 8, with a career mark of 7.9. He’s also a normal splits pitcher, so make sure to prioritize RHB when you stack against him.
Brad Keller, entering his sophomore season, will be the de facto “ace” until Duffy comes back, and will settle in the #2 spot after. He’s a pitcher that relies on a dominant sinker with a decent slider meaning he profiles more as a Dallas Keuchel - someone that should have real world success but someone we can’t use as a pitcher for DFS purposes. After all, Ks are King and his K/9 has never really been that much over 6, even when he was in the minors. This also makes him someone you can not really stack against since we’re not going to see a lot of HR from someone that keeps the ball on the ground. You can play LHB against him though, because, if anything, he is prone to giving up damage to lefties.
Next up is 26 year old Jakob Junis, who has shown consistent numbers over his 2 years of service. Those numbers have not been good, mind you, but they have been consistent. A 4.55 and 4.64 FIP. A 1.281 and 1.271 WHIP. H/9s of 9.2 and 9.3. And so on. The only difference we saw was a spike in strikeouts from 7.2 to 8.2 K/9. That’s enough that we could use him when he pitches against the O’s and Tigers, but we should tread lightly against any real lineups.
Fourth up will be Jorge Lopez, acquired mid season from the Brewers last year. Once coming over, he was used only as a starter, where he had pretty bad numbers. Not Michael Jackson “Bad” but Michael Jackson bad. An ERA of 6.35 (though a better FIP of 4.60), a WHIP of 1.471, on the back of a H/9 of 10.9. And he’s never been a high strikeout pitcher either, having a K/9 of 6.2 in his MLB career and, in the minors, never getting much above 8 K/9. He profiles as someone we are going to want to stack against, but I will advise some caution - he was a top 60 prospect in baseball and he’s only 26, so it’s certainly possible he figures it all out and finally lives up to his potential.
Rounding out the rotation will be newly signed Homer Bailey. Sorry, Royals fans. Congratulations, people who like stacking against horrible pitchers. Bailey is entering his age 33 season and, if it’s anything like his age 32 season, he will be unemployed before long and Ian Kennedy will be next up to work his way towards unemployment. Bailey had an FIP of 5.55 last season with a WHIP of 1.636. He gave up 11.9 H/9 and a horrific 1.9 H9. He’s also equally bad against RHP and LHP, but extra horrible against LHP when it comes to slugging, so play every single LHP that you can against him.
Leading off for the Royals will be top prospect Adalberto Mondesi. After being called up in 2016 as a 20 year old and struggling, Mondesi found much more success last season as a 22 year old. In only 75 games, he hit 14 HR and got 32 SB. He hit .276 with an OPS of .804. While I would be surprised if he maintained a .222 ISO or a 14.6 HFB, if given a full season, this is a kid who has a legit shot of being a perennial 30/30 contender and, if he can develop a better eye, he could be someone who will hit you .300 and get well over 60 SB. It’s going to be fun to watch his development this season. Out of everyone on the team, he is the one we will want to use the most.
Pop Quiz: Who was the Major League leader in SB last season? Would it help if I gave you the hint that this was also the Major League leader in Hits? If you said anyone other than Whit Merrifield you got the answer wrong. If I asked you who the 2017 AL leader in SB was, the answer would be the same. Merrifield is an underrated commodity for DFS purposes. He will get you double digit HRs with a .300 BA and an OPS of .800 on top of all the extra points we are going to get for steals. Put him behind Mondesi and we could see a LOT of double steals from these kids. All of those hits are points. The 43 doubles is extra points. The steals is extra points. And, because of his team especially, he won’t be used by most people. It should also be noted that he is an extreme splits hitter. Last season against RHP he hit a totally respectable .282 with an OPS of .750. Against LHP?? A BA of .357 with an OPS of .945. Ooooh yeah.
Up 3rd is Alex Gordon, who had a bit of a resurgence last year. That being said, when you were hitting .200 with an OPS of .600, you can improve and still be terrible and unusable. Last season, at his 35 year old ceiling, he hit under .250 with an OPS under .700. He hit 25 2B with 13 HR and 12 SB. So, if you guess right, or if you are taking a contrarian stack with the Royals, you can go there. He hit better against RHP, so avoid him against lefties. But, generally, stay away.
Cleaning up for the Royals is Jorge Soler, entering his peak age-27 season. He is someone who has never managed more than 370 AB in a season, and that was back in 2015. Now that he’s getting every day AB for the Royals we are going to see if he can live up to the lofty potential we thought he had when he was a kid. If we just go by what we have seen in the past, we can expect around 20 HR and 40 2B with not much else. He hit you .250 with an OPS of .800, which makes him good enough to consider, especially, again, if stacking with Mondesi and Whit. I should also point out that last season, against LHP, he hit .315 with an OPS of 1.064. So, like with Whit, play him every single time the Royals face a southpaw (except, like, Chris Sale.)
Ryan O’Hearn will bat 5th and man first this season. Last season, in 149 AB, O’Hearn hit 12 HR. That would be 44 HR if he played 162 games. He had a SLG of .597. Those are astounding numbers. If he has an ISO of .336 and a HFB of 20% again, he will be top 3 in MVP voting, so I would expect a good deal of regression here. Looking at his splits, he is someone who will either be platooned or an easy out against LHP. I would worry about playing him because, late in games, they just have to bring in a lefty and he will be taken out. Last season, he hit .108 with an OPS of .465 against LHP while hitting .313 with an OPS of 1.108 against RHP. Overall, for the season, I would expect him to hit .260 again with the potential for around 25-30 HR if he can stay in the lineup.
Next up will be 27-year old Hunter Dozier. This is where we stop being able to use Royals. Last season, he got 362 AB. He hit .229 with an OPS of .673. He got 11 HR in that time with 19 2B, but with almost no walks and a bunch of Ks. I would expect him to do the same thing this season, meaning you aren’t going to want to use him much, if at all. The only thing of note- he showed reverse splits, so use him against RHP if you have to, for some reason. Like a showdown. Or desperation.
Seventh in the lineup will be Brian Goodwin, who I know as a pesky hitter from his Nationals days. He isn’t someone we are going to use that much, but he’s a decent major leaguer. He could get you 20 HR and 30+ 2B if everything goes well for him this season, but I don’t expect much else. He won’t get a lot of steals. He will hit .250 or so with an OPS of .750, since he is also decent at drawing walks. All in all, we can do a lot worse than him for someone who will be at his price range. But, again, he’s not someone we should be looking to use
Martin Maldonado will take over the Catching duties for Sal Perez, who will miss the entire 2019 season. He was unemployed until a couple weeks ago, when the Royals signed him out of necessity. That should show you he’s not someone who was desired, as a player on the wrong side of 30 who barely hits above .200.
Closing out the Royals lineup will be speedster Billy Hamilton. He won’t get on base a lot. He won’t get that many AB in the 9 slot. But when he gets on, he should almost always be a serious threat to get you a steal. The problem is the .236 BA and .299 OBP. Unless he undergoes a renaissance in his move to KC, we are going to avoid him just like we did when he was in CIN.
While most of the staff and rotation is a mess, there is a lot to like on this Royals team. Especially the top of the lineup, a couple speedy kids that will go underowned and underpriced the entire season. Hello, mini-stack.
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Ironically the ones which really fucked me over are the so called large cap or blue chips - I lost money on major bank and insurance stocks I was long on for many years for the dividends. For example, my average in barclays is 7 bucks and have stopped bothering to average down. This is supposed to be the bank with the best tier 1 capital ratio (all that Basel II nonsense)
I’m not going to talk about FOMO or all that usual baloney.
Float:This matters the most. If you find a penny stock with single digit or under 20 million, this will run harder than something with 150 million float. I try hard to avoid penny stocks with more than 100 mil or even 75 mil outstanding shares.
Google authorized v outstanding v float shares. Very very important to learn the difference.
Offerings:Direct offerings good (does not add to float) ATMs the worst (daylight robbery) When you see offering news, check if it is public/common offering or direct offering Direct offerings are good. DO is always given to institutions. Some tutes believe in the company
Warrants:SEC filings are boring but find them and read them and locate what the warrant price is and when. Typically when the warrant strike is at 80 cents and the stock is at 65 cents and appears bearish - you can gamble here. But if market or econ is bad, sometimes they will adjust warrant prices down to say 60 cents (this is the risk) If a penny stock has a warrant at a higher price, the pump is always coming. Example: NVIV has warrants at 2.75 and the price right now is 1.6 and they have been bearish for a month. That 2.75 pump is coming, unless they give up and adjust warrant price down to 2
Compliance:The longest they have been under 1, the bigger the risk for a reverse split. If they have been only non-compliant for 3 months, and they are doing a direct offering at 1.05$ and the stock price is languishing in 80 to 90 cents range, this is a screaming buy. I love direct offerings set in the low 1’s or even under 2
After compliance:Say a penny stock gains compliance and it’s trading at 1.2 And then there is a Coronavirus selloff and it goes below 1. This is ripe for pickings. It will usually languish here where MMs will shake weak hands to scare retail out and within the next 30 days there will be a sudden surge to over 1. Recent examples - $TENX $MBRX $MGEN $SOLO and $DFFN
Predicting offerings:Always, effing always, expect to see an offering, esp in Pharma and biotech. When there is good news, there is always an offering. These companies do one offering in 14 months - per my well researched offering clock. If you have 2000 shares, sell half at the news and keep the other for FOMO. If you have 200, sell 100 at the news. Have to secure profits
current ratio:Yahoo finance has a current ratio which you can access for free. Most penny stocks have this under 1 or below .5 which is why they do offerings. After an offering their CR shoots up to as high as 10. This is a way of predicting if they need to do an offering soon.
You may argue, hey AT&T has a current ratio of 0.81 But AT&T has billions in revenue and they don’t need to beg vulture capitalists to issue bonds or get convertible notes
But $BNGO or $NOVN hardly make any money, so current ratio matters
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Robinhood starting after hours at 9 and closing at 6 is a fucking crime. Get Webull or moomoo or tdameritrade - they are free and I think Webull pre market starts at 4 am. So much shit happens 4am to 9am. I have sold half my position many many times in after hours and the other half always gapped down and I am waiting for next pump. Secure your profits in after hours
Important: do not chase gapping up penny stocks in premarket. Cardinal sin. Market opens and pumpers sell and you are left holding the bag. You may succeed one time out of luck but this move is ripe for failure
volumeSometimes a stock will go down but you check the volume and it’s like 200K (let’s say float is 20 million) This is extremely thin volume and you can average down based on other metrics, chiefly how long it’s been in downtrend. But other times it will be going down on heavy volume like 15 million (20 million float) and this is because everyone is jumping ship and this is catching a falling knife (usually happens on bad news or offerings)
The former is thin volume trading and it’s sometimes a trick used by MMs to shake stop losses. If there is no real news and the stock has been quiet, MMs resort to thin volume tricks and shake a few stop losses. Many times I have bought during thin volume down days and it didn’t turn out to be a bad trade. Most of us end up catching the knife and that happens on heavy volume days
Some brokers like tdameritrade put a tag on the volume - such as light or average or heavy and that is really really nice to grasp quickly.
If others have similar strategies, I’d like it if you add them to the thread