Let’s Review My TGFBI Draft, Shall We?

  1. Bellinger: Kind of a bust, coming off an MVP season, he did not deliver on that kind of level.
  2. Rendon: Started out injured, but played well the rest of the way. No complaints.
  3. Luis Castillo: Please note, this draft took place BEFORE the COVID outbreak, which led to adding the DH to the National League, so NL pitchers had a harder time than they would have in a normal season. Either way, Castillo has good ratios (3.03 ERA, 1.23 WHIP) but only three wins on the season.
  4. Jonathan Villar!? Jeez, this was a mistake. I think I was panicking about steals, which he hasn’t stolen much since being traded to Toronto. He has brought me 12 steals, sooo, great, but so has Dylan Moore.
  5. Tyler Glasnow: 4 wins, 4+ ERA, 83 K’s. Not bad, but not 5th round. Don’t worry. My picks get worse from here actually. (I could have had Trevor Bauer at this stage).
  6. Jeff McNeil: I love this type of player. Hits for average with some power and positional flexibility. But in the 6th round? I feel like this was another panic pick. Someone somewhere told me 2B was thin this year. I could have had Luis Robert in this spot.
  7. Corey Kluber: Missed the season, so we’ll never know.
  8. Madison Bumgarner: Really fell off. Disaster pick. Could have had Dinelson Lamet in this round.
  9. Conforto: Great season, no complaints.
  10. Will Smith, catcher: He platooned a lot, didn’t hit, and I dropped him for Kiner-Falefa. He’s turned it around a bit since.
  11. Will Smith, pitcher: I think he got COVID, then didn’t really get any saves. That’s correct, zero saves. What a disaster pick for this round.
  12. Salvador Perez: Turned into my #1 catcher until he had that weird eye injury. Still turned in a great season returning from injury.
  13. Lorenzo Cain: Opted out. I get it, but this one hurt too.

Come back soon for Round Two of the wrap up.

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