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Fantasy baseball bold predictions: Eloy Jimenez hits dingers and wins trophies

30 of ‘em! One for each team. Maybe a few more.

MLB: Chicago White Sox-Workouts Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

Time to boldly go where fantasy analysts go every the bold predictions article! The Bold and the Beautiful of fantasy baseball content. Uhhh, that's all I got for bold puns. Let's just jump into it!

  1. Johan Camargo is a top-100 player with 25 home runs, 90 RBIs, and 90 runs scored.
  2. Trevor Richards has an ERA under 4.00 with a K/9 over 10.00 this year. He also has one of the Marlins’ bright spots in 2019, tossing a no-hitter.
  3. Noah Syndergaard gets over 200 innings pitched with an ERA of 2.50, finishing second in NL Cy Young voting. Also, Pete Alonso takes NL Rookie of the Year honors.
  4. David Robertson gets over 30 saves. Yet, the Phillies miss the playoffs.
  5. Stephen Strasburg finally puts up a Cy Young season with 20 wins, 275 strikeouts, and a 2.25 ERA in 210 innings pitched. The Nationals win the division.
  6. Yasmani Grandal leads the NL with 40 home runs.
  7. Paul Dejong will hit at least 30 home runs.
  8. The Cubs finish last in the division and have a starter's ERA over 4.75.
  9. Starling Marte has 20 home runs and 40 steals, Josh Bell hits 30 homers, and after trading Felipe Vazquez, Keone Kela is a top-10 closer in the second half with 20 saves.
  10. Joey Votto has 50 more walks than strikeouts. Jose Peraza is a top-50 player going 20/20 with 100 runs scored.
  11. Archie Bradley is a top-10 closer. Steven Souza Jr. has 30 home runs and 20 steals.
  12. Kenley Jansen leads the league in saves. Cody Bellinger either takes a step forward and becomes the next Paul Goldschmidt or doesn't and becomes the next Eric Hosmer.
  13. Will Smith is a top-12 closer with 28 saves, an ERA under 2.00, and a K/9 over 12. Derek Holland is a top-40 starter.
  14. Manny Machado proves his worth, hitting .300 with 37 home runs and 17 steals, finishing second in NL MVP voting to...
  15. Nolan Arenado finally wins NL MVP.
  16. Ken Giles is a top five closer. Danny Jansen is a top five catcher with a .310 average and 20 home runs. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. debuts on May 20th.
  17. Trey Mancini is the lone Orioles stand out with a .900 OPS and 30 home runs.
  18. Brent Honeywell finishes better in fantasy than Tyler Glasnow.
  19. Jackie Bradley Jr. joins Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi as a top-25 outfielder. Bradley Jr. goes 20/20 with 80 runs, 80 RBI, and a .260 average.
  20. Both Domingo German and Jonathan Loaisiga are top-40 starters.
  21. Brad Hand is the top closer in fantasy baseball.
  22. Billy Hamilton leads the majors with 60 steals. Adalberto Mondesi is second with 52 steals. Whit Merrifield is third with 50 steals.
  23. Josh Harrison is a top-100 player with 15 home runs, 25 steals, and a .285 average.
  24. Jose Berrios wins the AL Cy Young with 18 wins, a 2.85 ERA, and a K/9 of 11. This helps lead the Twins to a Wild Card game where Berrios beats the Red Sox.
  25. Eloy Jimenez breaks camp with the White Sox, plays 155 games with the big league club, and wins AL Rookie of the Year. He posts a .300/.370/.580 slash line with 30 home runs.
  26. Kole Calhoun hits 25 home runs with an .800 OPS. Mike Trout is good.
  27. Alex Bregman slashes .300/.400/.500 with 35 home runs, 120 RBIs, and 110 runs en route to becoming the AL MVP.
  28. Matt Chapman hits .300 with 30 home runs and leads the league in runs scored.
  29. Omar Narvaez is a top-10 catcher and Hunter Strickland is a top-15 closer.
  30. Jose Leclerc is a top five closer. Hunter Pence is a top-75 outfielder.

All of these will come true, so sorry for spoiling the 2019 MLB season.

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