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musclegodsonearth · 2 months ago
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Zeb Atlas and Mitch Vaughn for cocksuremen.com
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twins2994 · 2 days ago
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Sox Sweep Twins.
Twins 2 White Sox 4 W-Lynn (4-1) L-Pineda (2-2) SV-Hendriks (7)
The Chicago White Sox are showing the Minnesota Twins just how good they can be this week. The Sox have beat up on the Twins in the first two games in this series and went for the sweep this afternoon in Chicago. Tim Anderson got the day started with a bang as he smoked a first pitch fastball from Michael Pineda out to left for a lead-off homer. This put the Sox up by a run after an inning of play. The Sox got back to work in the third when Jake Lamb crushed a (1-2) fastball out to right for his first home run of the year. Chicago had a two-run lead after three innings of play, but things would get messy in the fourth. Trevor Larnach started it all with a two-out double to right and Mitch Garver walked. Max Kepler hit a comebacker to the mound that Lance Lynn fielded and threw to first. Jake Lamb couldn’t handle the throw and a run scored on the play. This pulled the Twins within a run after four frames. The Sox got that run back in the sixth when Michael Pineda walked both Yoan Moncada and Jose Abreu to start the inning. Andrew Vaughn hit a run-scoring single to left to greet Hansel Robles and Chicago had a 3-1 lead. The Twins didn’t go away quietly as Max Kepler smacked a Jose Ruiz fastball out to right for a solo homer. The Sox got that run back in the bottom of the eighth when Jose Abreu lined a one-out single to left. Andrew Vaughn drew a two-out walk and Yermin Mercedes delivered a pinch-hit RBI single to left-center. The Sox had a 4-2 lead as we headed into the ninth inning. Liam Hendriks threw a 1-2-3 ninth and the Sox swept the Twins this week in Chicago. 
-Final Thoughts- Michael Pineda did a decent job on the mound today. He threw 5 1/3 innings and allowed three runs on four hits with seven strikeouts and three walks. I didn’t like his pitch selection on the Jake Lamb home run. He had a (1-2) count and just threw a non-competitive slider. He should have thrown another slider, but instead his fastball ran into the swing of Lamb for the homer. Hansel Robles struck out two to get out of the sixth. Jorge Alcala had a scoreless seventh and Taylor Rogers gave up a run in the eighth. The Twins scattered five hits today and hit 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position. They left twelve men on base. The Twins head back home to start a six-game homestand tomorrow night. Frankie Montas faces Matt Shoemaker in Game 1. 
-Chris Kreibich-
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twins2994 · 2 days ago
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Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox 5.13.21
Minnesota Twins Lineup Chicago White Sox Lineup
1.) Luis Arraez 2B         1.) Tim Anderson SS
2.) Josh Donaldson 3B  2.) Jake Lamb 1B
3.) Jorge Polanco SS    3.) Yoan Moncada 3B
4.) Nelson Cruz DH       4.) Jose Abreu DH
5.) Trevor Larnach LF   5.) Adam Eaton RF
6.) Mitch Garver C        6.) Andrew Vaughn LF
7.) Max Kepler CF        7.) Zack Collins C
8.) Willians Astudillo 1B 8.) Leury Garcia 2B
9.) Kyla Garlick RF        9.) Billy Hamilton CF
SP Michael Pineda RHP SP Lance Lynn RHP
(2-1) 2.43 ERA                (3-1) 1.52 ERA
(2021 MLB Stats)
-Chris Kreibich-
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twins2994 · 3 days ago
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White Sox Hang On To Beat Twins.
Twins 8 White Sox 13 W-Keuchel (2-1) L-Happ (2-1) 
The Minnesota Twins used the same formula to lose last night, which was not hitting with men in scoring position and the bullpen has a rough night. They looked to end that skid tonight in Chicago against the White Sox. The Twins offense got started in the first inning as Nelson Cruz blasted a Dallas Keuchel fastball out to left for a solo homer. This put Minnesota up 1-0, but it didn’t last long. Yoan Moncada started a first inning rally with a double to right. Jose Abreu tripled hiim home and Yermin Mercedes hit a run-scoring single to center. This put the Sox up 2-1 and they got back to work in the second. Andrew Vaughn led-off the second with a walk and Billy Hamilton lined a triple to the left-center field gap. Later in the inning, JA Happ uncorked a wild pitch to score Hamilton and the Sox had a three-run lead. The Twins inched closer in the third when Luis Arraez led-off with an infield single. Kyle Garlick lined a double to left and Josh Donaldson plated a pair with a single to right. The Twins pulled within a run after three innings of play. The Sox got those runs back in the fourth as Yasmani Grandal led-off the inning with a walk. Andrew Vaughn smacked a JA Happ cutter out to left-center for a two-run blast. It was his first Major League home run and put the Sox up by three runs. Billy Hamilton followed with a double to left-center and stole third base. Tim Anderson delivered a run-scoring single to right and the Sox extended their lead to four. Nick Madrigal followed with a double and Jose Abreu plated a pair with a double to left. Yasmani Grandal added another run when he smoked a Shaun Anderson fastball out to right for a solo homer. Andrew Vaughn reached on an error by Miguel Sano, Billy Hamilton reached on an infield single, and Tim Anderson got hit by a pitch to load up the bases. Yoan Moncada plated a pair with a single to right and the Sox had a 12-3 lead after five innings of play. The Twins tried to inch closer in the sixth when Nelson Cruz and Mitch Garver singled with one out. A wild pitch moved up the runners and Jorge Polanco beat out an infield single to score a run. Max Kepler kept the inning alive with a two-out walk and Andrelton Simmons walked in a run. The next batter, Luis Arraez drove in two more with a single to center and the Twins were within five. The Sox got a run back in the bottom of the sixth. Yasmani Grandal drew a one-out walk and Billy Hamilton singled to right. A passed ball scored a run and the Sox regained a six-run lead. The Twins had one more little rally left in them in the ninth. Luis Arraez reached on a bobbled ball from Tim Anderson. Trevor Larnach lined a double to right and Josh Donaldson hit an RBI single to right. This pulled the Twins within five, but Liam Hendriks. struck out the next three batters to end the game. The Sox picked up a crazy win in Chicago tonight. 
-Final Thoughts- JA Happ had his worst start of the season. He gave up nine runs on nine hits with two walks and three strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings. Shaun Anderson allowed four runs in two innings, Tyler Duffey got out of the seventh, Alex Colome had a clean seventh, and Derek Law fanned two in the eighth. Josh Donaldson led the team with three hits and three RBI’s. Nelson Cruz, Mitch Garver, Jorge Polanco, and Luis Arraez had two hits each. The Twins hit 5-for-12 with runners in scoring position and left six men on base. Byron Buxton was cleared to workout with the team and might be back sooner than expected. Alex Kirilloff is cleared to take some swings after receiving a cortisone injection in his wrist earlier this week. Tomorrow, Michael Pineda faces Lance Lynn in the series finale. 
-Chris Kreibich-
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twins2994 · 3 days ago
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Minnesota Twins @ Chicago White Sox 5.12.21
Minnesota Twins Lineup Chicago White Sox Lineup
1.) Kyle Garlick RF        1.) Tim Anderson SS
2.) Josh Donaldson 3B  2.) Nick Madrigal 2B
3.) Nelson Cruz DH       3.) Yoan Moncada 3B
4.) Mitch Garver C        4.) Jose Abreu 1B
5.) Jorge Polanco 2B    5.) Yermin Mercedes DH
6.) Miguel Sano 1B       6.) Yasmani Grandal C
7.) Max Kepler CF        7.) Andrew Vaughn LF
8.) Andrelton Simmons SS 8.) Billy Hamilton CF
9.) Luis Arraez LF          9.) Danny Mendick RF
SP JA Happ LHP     SP Dallas Keuchel LHP
(2-0) 1.91 ERA         (1-1) 3.79 ERA
(2021 MLB Stats)
The Twins placed Devin Smeltzer on the injured list with left elbow inflammation. They recalled Shaun Anderson from St. Paul. 
-Chris Kreibich-
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anisanews · a month ago
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2021 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: One potential breakout player from every team
Spring training is the ultimate time for optimism as a baseball fan and fantasy baseball owner. Every team is a contender (not really, but go with it), and every player is a potential breakout (again, not really, but embrace the spirit). We combine those two ideas and do our best to find one potential sleeper from each MLB club. 
Some teams have a seemingly endless supply of potential sleepers; others really make us work, either because all of their worthwhile fantasy options are established or they simply don’t have (m)any good players. Either way, we plow ahead and do our best to hype at least one potential contributor, though at least a few players on this list are only options in deep leagues (and a couple others are only suited for waiver wire watchlists). 
Now’s the time to dream big, so open your mind and check out our list of 30 potential fantasy sleepers. If nothing else else, let this list give you a reason to pay attention to all 30 teams…at least for a week or two before reality sets in.
#1
Arizona Diamondbacks: Daulton Varsho, C/OF
Varsho isn’t a lock to have everyday playing time when the season opens (or even be on the major league roster), but he’s the rare catcher-eligible player who might not necessarily be behind the plate. The 24-year-old lefty also has experience in the outfield, which increases his likelihood of playing time. Once he does play, he can be an elite-hitting, catcher-eligible fantasy contributor, shown by his career .301/.372/.507 line in the minors. Even more noteworthy, he stole 21 bases in 108 games at Double-A in 2019
#2
Atlanta Braves: Cristian Pache, OF
Pache is another player who might start the season in the minors, but the 22-year-old defensive whiz could easily find his way into the lineup soon. His bat is still a work in progress, but with solid contact skills, developing power, and good speed, Pache could be a nice all-around contributor once he does get playing time.
#3
Baltimore Orioles: Anthony Santander, OF
Santander isn’t a complete unknown after hitting 20 HRs in 93 games in 2019 and 11 HRs in 37 games in ’20, but because he plays on the Orioles and hasn’t had a monster season yet, fantasy owners might not realize just how high his breakout potential is. The 26-year-old switch-hitter surprisingly doesn’t strike out much for a power hitter (just a 15.2-percent strikeout percentage last year, 21.2 the year before), and he won’t kill your average, settling in around .260. He doesn’t run, but given his home park, homers and RBIs seem inevitable.
#4
Boston Red Sox: Bobby Dalbec, 1B
Dalbec hit eight homers in just 23 major league games last year after hitting at least 27 in the minors in both 2018 and ’19. The 25-year-old slugger is a classic high-strikeout, high-walk, big-power hitter. That type of player can seem like a dime-a-dozen in shallow leagues, but depending on just how many homers Dalbechits, he’ll likely be a worthwhile contributor in deeper formats, especially those with a CI spot.
#5
Chicago Cubs: Adbert Alzolay, P
Alzolay has had an up-and-down minor league career, but something seemed to click in 2019 when he dialed up his K/9 ratio to 12.5 in 15 starts. Last year, in six major league appearances (four starts), he struck out 29 and gave up only one HR in 21.1 innings. The 26-year-old righty could pitch in a variety of roles throughout the season , but he figures to rack up Ks either way. If he can keep his walks at a semi-reasonable level and continue to keep the ball in the yard, he should settle in as a nice mid-rotation fantasy contributor.
#6
Chicago White Sox: Andrew Vaughn, 1B
Vaughn has a good chance of breaking camp as Chicago’s everyday DH, and the 22-year-old slugger is likely to produce at least decent numbers in that role. An elite college hitter who’s played just 55 professional games (plus spent time in the expanded player pool last year), Vaughn can also man first base and potentially third base. Either way, his bat will likely make an impact, and given his above-average contact skills and role in Chicago’s stacked lineup, the fantasy numbers are sure to follow.
#7
Cincinnati Reds: Taylor Mahle, SP
Most fantasy owners have probably streamed Mahle in favorable spots over the past couple years, but the 26-year-old righty might be due for a full-fledged breakout. We hate his home park, but Mahle raised his K-rate (11.3) to an elite level last year while significantly cutting down on the HRs (1.13 HR/9 ratio). Obviously, last year’s numbers came in limited appearances (10 total, nine starts), so we’re taking those with a grain of salt, but Mahlehas the stuff to be more consistent and post steady numbers at a bargain price.
#8
Cleveland Indians: Amed Rosario, SS
While many are focused on fellow SS-eligible player Andres Gimenez (and for good reason), his youth (22) and all-around hitting profile leaves a little to be desired, at least at this point in his career. Rosario has his warts, too, but the 25-year-old infielder has legit 20/20 upside while playing multiple infield spots. Rosario will likely be an afterthought in many drafts, but given his experience and move to a better hitters park, he can be a cheap source of at least a little power and speed.
#9
Colorado Rockies: Sam Hilliard, OF
The Coors Field factor makes almost every Rockies hitter a potential sleeper, but Hilliard is particularly intriguing because of his power-speed combination. The 27-year-old lefty might wind up being a “Quad-A” player, but he hit 42 HRs and stole 24 bases between Double-A and Triple-A in 2019. The average likely won’t be great because of a high strikeout percentage, but Hilliardshould get a spot at regular playing time in the majors this year.
#10
Detroit Tigers: Willi Castro, SS/3B
Castro impressed during his 36-game stint in the majors last year, hitting .349/.381/.550, but a ridiculous .448 BABIP is a clue that his average won’t be nearly as good this year. Nonetheless, the 23-year-old switch-hitter has a decent amount of power and speed. Given his versatility, that has value in deeper leagues.
#11
Houston Astros: Cristian Javier, P
In 377 career minor league innings, Javier posted a 2.22 ERA, 1.02 WHIP, and 12.2 K/9 ratio. In 12 appearances (10 starts) last year with the Astros, he posted a 3.48/0.99 line with an 8.9 K/9 ratio. His advanced numbers suggested he was fairly lucky last season, but clearly the 24-year-old righty has elite stuff. Regardless of his role, he’ll have fantasy value, and he could be an upper-tier starter as soon as this season.
#12
Kansas City Royals: Brady Singer, P
Singer was steady in his 12 starts last year, posting a 4.06/1.17 line with an 8.5 K/9 ratio, which was in line with his one year in the minors (2.85/1.19, 8.4 K/9 ratio). The 24-year-old righty is unlikely to be an upper-tier pitcher, at least this year, but he can be a solid back-of-the-rotation guy for fantasy owners, especially in favorable matchups.
#13
Los Angeles Angels: Jared Walsh, 1B
Playing time could be an issue, as the 27-year-old lefty could easily fall into a platoon with Albert Pujols, but Walsh had a mini breakout last year, clubbing nine homers in 32 games. Perhaps even more significant, he significantly cut down on his strikeout percentage (13.9), which seems unsustainable. Either way, Walsh, who hit 36 HRs at Triple-A in 2019, has big-time power and RBI upside.
#14
Los Angeles Dodgers: Tony Gonsolin, P
Over the past two years, Gonsolin has posted a 2.60/0.92 line with an 8.6 K/9 ratio in 20 major league appearances (14 starts). Despite having a low ground-ball rate (37.7 percent0, Gonsolin doesn’t give up many homers (0.62 HR/9 ratio), which bodes well for his future outlook. His role is certainly up in the air heading into this season, but he’ll have value one way or another.
#15
Miami Marlins: Sixto Sanchez, P
Sanchez made good on all of his promise in seven starts last year, posting a 3.46/1.21 line with 33 Ks in 39 innings. Perhaps surprisingly, the 22-year-old righty was never a high-strikeout guy in the minors (7.9 K/9 ratio) despite a 97.6-mph average fastball, so that’s still something that could develop, but even as is, Sanchez has major breakout potential this year.
#16
Milwaukee Brewers: Josh Lindblom, P
In his first season back from pitching overseas, Lindblom posted a 5.16/1.28 line with a 10.3 K/9 ratio in 12 appearances (10 starts). That doesn’t sound great, but it’s worth noting he had a 3.88 FIP, and his K-rate certainly suggests he has more upside. His ground-ball rate (26.9 percent) is a concern, but Lindblom should be a steady, high-K, back-end producer.
#17
Minnesota Twins: Ryan Jeffers, C
Jeffers held his own in his 26-game major league debut last year, hitting .273/.355/.436, which is in line with his two-year minor league career (.296/.383/.453). After Mitch Garver’s no-show last year, Jeffers has a path to consistent playing time if Garver starts slow again, and he could produce a steady average and decent power at fantasy’s thinnest position.
#18
New York Mets: Brandon Nimmo, OF
Nimmo is one of those players who’s better in real life than fantasy because of his high BB-rate, but he quietly showed an improvement in power last year, slugging .484 while cutting down on the strikeouts. If that trend continues, it’s not crazy to think Nimmo can hit close to 25 HRs and steal around 10 bases while producing a high OBP. That’s worth a late-round flier, at least in OBP leagues.
#19
New York Yankees: Deivi Garcia, P
Garcia has electric stuff despite a small frame, but he’s yet another young pitcher whose role is undefined heading into the season. Regardless of when he pitches, he’s going to strike out hitters. His career minor league line of 3.77/1.14 with a 12.7 K/9 ratio is even more impressive when you realize he’s still just 21.
#20
Oakland A’s: Sergio Romo, P
Romo is ticketed for setup duty this year, but with Trevor Rosenthal’s recent issues (didn’t pitch in 2018, struggled badly in ’19), he’s not a lock to stay in the closer’s role all season. Romo would likely have a good chance to pick up some saves if something happens to Rosenthal. At the very least, Romo will get a decent amount of holds if you’re in a saves + holds league, so he’s someone to keep on your watchlist.
#21
Philadelphia Phillies: Alec Bohm, 1B/3B
Bohm impressed with a .338/.400/.481 line in 44 games last year, and while his .410 BABIP figures noticeably drop, the talented 24-year-old infielder can hit for a solid average and decent power. In Philadelphia’s lineup, run-producing opportunities will follow, giving Bohm plenty of potential value in deeper leagues.
#22
Pittsburgh Pirates: Ke’Bryan Hayes, 3B
Hayes is another BABIP darling from last year (.450) who ended his debut stint in the majors with a .376/.442/.682 line in 24 games. Those numbers are going to jump out to anyone, and while they might not represent Hayes’s true upside, they still show the 24-year-old righty has plenty of talent. If his bat continues to develop, he should post a solid average, moderate power, and around 10-15 steals. That’s worth something in deep leagues, but be careful not to overdraft.
#23
San Diego Padres: Jake Cronenworth, 1B/2B/SS
The Padres have multiple infield options, but Cronenworth projects to have an everyday role when the season opens. The versatile 27-year-old lefty hit .285/.354/.477 in 54 games last year, building off a 2019 Triple-A campaign when he hit .334/.429/.520 with 10 HRs and 12 SBs in 88 games. Cronenworth’s lefty splits are a worry, as he could find himself in a platoon, but his multi-position eligibility, decent power-speed combination, and solid contact skills make him a nice bench player.
#24
San Francisco Giants: Joey Bart, C
Bart will start the season in the minors, but with Buster Posey getting up there in years, it might not be long before Bart is getting regular playing time behind the plate in San Francisco. The 24-year-old backstop has hit .284/.343/.532 in the minors, and he could be one of the rare catchers who hits for a solid average with decent power.
#25
Seattle Mariners: Dylan Moore, 2B/3B/SS/OF
Moore is “everyone’s sleeper” this year, so he might be getting overvalued at this point. That said, even with all the hype, Moore has the tools to really pay off, especially with his multi-position eligible. The 28-year-old righty hit eight HRs and stole 12 bases in just 33 games last year, and getting that 20-HR, 30-SB potential is always going to be extremely valuable, even if it comes with a mediocre average. Chances are, he won’t steal quite that many bases, but Moore will be a worthwhile fantasy contributor.
#26
St. Louis Cardinals: Dylan Carlson, OF
Carlson struggled in his first major league action last year, hitting just .200/.252/.364 in 35 games, but his 2019 numbers spent mostly at Double-A (.292/.372/.542 with 26 HRs and 20 SBs spent) show his upside. His strikeouts are a worry, if he holds onto his job and gets everyday playing time in St. Louis’s solid lineup, he’ll be worth a starting spot in five-OF leagues.
#27
Tampa Bay Rays: Mike Brosseau, 1B/2B/3B
Brosseau doesn’t have a set place to play, but given his versatility, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him find his way into Tampa’s lineup most days. He impressed last year with a .302/.378/.558 line (though it did come with a .412 BABIP), and that followed a season where he hit 22 HRs in 124 games between Triple-A and the majors. At 27, a full-fledged breakout seems a bit unlikely, but with his multi-position eligibility, solid power, and decent average potential, Brosseau is a worthwhile bench option in deep leagues.
#28
Texas Rangers: Leody Taveras, OF
Texas has multiple OF and DH options, so Taveras can’t afford a slow start, but the 22-year-old switch-hitter has legit power-speed upside. Right now, he’s more speed than power — and his average will likely disappoint — but fantasy owners are always looking for speed. If he hits leadoff for the Rangers, he could also be a major source of runs, especially if his 10.4-percent BB-rate from last year is legit.
#29
Toronto Blue Jays: Alejandro Kirk, C
Kirk doesn’t figure to start the year with everyday playing time, but with Danny Jansen showing little, Kirk could eventually take over as Toronto’s starter. The 22-year-old backstop has impressed against lower-level pitching in the minors, hitting .315/.418/.500 in 151 games, and his initial nine games in the majors last year resulted in a .375 average. Obviously, that small of a sample size doesn’t mean much, but Kirk is a solid contact hitter who rarely strikes out and takes a decent amount of walks. That’s plenty valuable at catcher.
#30
Washington Nationals: Carter Kieboom, 3B/SS
Kieboom hasn’t shown much in his 44 games in the majors (.181/.309/.232), but at just 23, he still has time to find his swing. His minor league numbers (.287/.378/.469) portend to eventual major league success, and he should get every chance to succeed (or fail) this year.
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2021 MLB Top Prospects: Rookie hitter sleepers for fantasy baseball redraft, dynasty leagues
There aren’t any no-doubt, future All-Stars among the rookie position players who are likely to be on big-league rosters on opening day, but there are a number of hitters who should be solid contributors in 2021. Several rookies have already tasted success at the major league level and are good bets to continue their production (Randy Arozarena, Ryan Mountcastle, Nick Madrigal, Ke’Bryan Hayes), while others are mature, big-league ready prospects who had their arrivals delayed by the pandemic (Andrew Vaughn, Bobby Bradley, Alex Kirilloff, Taylor Trammell). Fantasy baseball owners need to be familiar with all these potential sleepers, whether they’re in redraft leagues or keeper/dynasty leagues.
The rankings below constitutes an assessment of 2021 impact and is limited to those players who are likely to open the season in the majors. As such, the bottom of the list includes players who may not have much value in a shallow redraft league. For those leagues, you may want to gamble on a higher-upside prospect in the hope that he gets a midseason promotion. I’ve included a half-dozen names to consider for this type of strategy
For my overall prospect rankings, click here. For the top rookie pitching prospects, click here.
2021 FANTASY BASEBALL RANKINGS: Catcher | First | Second | Third | Short | Outfield | Starter | Reliever | Top 300
2021 MLB Top Prospects: Fantasy Baseball Rookie Hitter Sleepers
1. Randy Arozarena, OF, Tampa Bay. Arozarena had an historic post season in 2020 and enters this year with high expectations. There’s no doubt he’s an elite talent, but it’s unlikely he’ll produce at the level he did last fall. His electric bat speed produces elite exit velocity, and his good balance and direct swing path provide the leverage for his plus all-fields raw power. He destroys fastballs, but he’ll need to show he can hit breaking balls more consistently. I think ’21 will be a season of adjustments for Arozarena, but despite some ups and downs, he’s a good bet to hit .270 with 25-plus home runs and 20 stolen bases.
2. Ke’Bryan Hayes, 3B, Pittsburgh. Hayes impressed in a late-season call-up last year (.376 average with five home runs in 85 at-bats) and has continued to rake this spring. He’s in line to open the season as the Pirates’ starter at third base. Hayes has always had a plus glove, but last season he improved his balance that allowed him to more effectively use his lower half, creating a better bat path and increased bat speed. He was also able to maintain a solid contact rate, which bodes well for his future performance. In 2021, he could hit .275 with 25 home runs while batting in the top third of the Pittsburgh lineup.
3. Nick Madrigal, 2B, Chicago White Sox. Madrigal is returning from offseason shoulder surgery but made his Cactus League debut this week and could be ready for regular playing time shortly after the season begins. Madrigal is already one of the best pure hitters in baseball and performed as advertised in a late-season call-up last year (.340 average in 103 at-bats). When healthy, Madrigal displays elite contact skills and plus speed. He won’t hit for any power, but he could compete for a batting title while stealing 20-plus bags per season and playing plus defense at second base.
4. Andrew Vaughn, 1B, Chicago White Sox. Vaughn was considered the best hitter in the 2019 draft class, and despite very modest pro experience since then, has impressed the spring and looks like he’ll open the season as Chicago’s everyday DH. Vaughn’s hitting skills are as advertised: Compact stroke, above-average all-fields power, and good plate discipline. He still hasn’t fully tapped into his power potential, but he could hit .275 with close to 20 HRs and draw plenty of walks in ’21. If he can better use his lower body to create leverage and loft in his swing, he has the bat speed to eventually hit 30-plus home runs per year.
5. Ryan Mountcastle, OF, Baltimore. Mountcastle played well during his 2020 big-league debut (.333 and five home runs in 126 at-bats) and is projected to open the season in the Baltimore lineup. Mountcastle probably swings at too many pitches, although he doesn’t usually chase out of the zone. At the same time, he has great hand-eye coordination and makes contact at a very high rate due to an excellent swing path. His plus bat speed and good balance produce consistent hard contact. He can be a little too much on his front foot sometimes, which saps his power but he has the skills to hit .280 with 15-20 home runs. If he can be more selective and stay back a little more, he could eventually hit for more pop.
6. Dylan Carlson, OF, St. Louis. Carlson was initially overmatched in a 2020 big-league call-up but he improved at the tail end of the season and enters the spring favored to win a starting spot in St. Louis. The switch-hitting Carlson has a bit more power batting lefthanded, but he shows good bat speed and excellent hand-eye coordination from both sides. With solid pitch recognition and plus raw power, Carlson has the potential to hit .275 with 20-plus home runs and 10-15 stolen bases over a full season in the bigs. This year, he probably won’t reach those numbers, but a .260 average with 15 home runs and 15 stolen bases is possible.
7. Bobby Dalbec, 1B, Boston. Dalbec performed well in a late-season debut last year (.263, eight HRs in only 80 at-bats) and is likely to open 2021 as Boston’s starter at first base. Dalbec has plus raw power, but he swings and misses (even on pitches in the strike zone) at an elevated rate. He feasts on fastballs, and when he makes solid contact his plus bat speed produces good over-the-fence pop. His steep swing plane means that he won’t hit for average, but he could easily hit 20-25 HR over a full season — just be prepared for a batting average that sits close to the Mendoza Line.
8. Bobby Bradley, 1B, Cleveland. Bradley struggled in a short call-up during the 2019 season but enters this spring as the favorite to be Cleveland’s opening day first baseman. Bradley has a big swing that produces big power and big strikeout totals. This year he’s improved his swing path and is staying on the ball better. He’s also more agile and athletic at first base. It’s unclear whether he can sustain his current spring success, but his offseason adjustments give him some upside. If he can’t maintain his newfound swing and improved contact ability, he’ll probably play part time and put up average power numbers while hitting in the low .200s. If the changes stick, he could hit .260 with 20 HRs.
9. Cristian Pache, OF, Atlanta. Pache made a brief big-league debut in late 2020 and quickly showed that he is already one of the best defensive center fielders in the game. This spring he’s competing to be the Braves’ starting center fielder. Although he’s already an elite defender, Pache is still a work in progress offensively. He has good bat speed and solid raw power, but he sometimes loses his balance at the plate and doesn’t have a consistent swing path. Long-term, he the tools to be an above-average big-league hitter, but if he wins the CF job this season I expect him to post modest numbers in ’21 (.250 with 10 HRs and 10 SBs).
10. Alex Kirilloff, OF, Minnesota. Kirilloff is currently competing to be the Twins’ opening day left fielder and has shown flashes of his potential in Grapefruit League play. If I knew that he’d win the job, I’d rank him near the top of this list, but the playing time question pushes him down. Kirilloff has battled injuries throughout his pro career, but when healthy he’s a polished hitter with above-average power, good pitch recognition, and the bat speed to handle plus velocity. Whether he opens in the bigs or gets a midseason call-up, he should produce solid numbers (.270 with 15-20 HRs if he plays a full season) as a rookie.
11. Alejandro Kirk, C, Toronto. Kirk opened eyes in a short big-league cameo last season (.375 average, HR, just four strikeouts in 24 at-bats) and is off to a hot start this spring. It’s unclear whether he can win a roster spot to open the season but he looks like the catcher of the future in Toronto. Kirk has great plate discipline and a compact swing that produces above-average bat speed and power to all fields. He doesn’t have much experience against advanced pitching and his defense is average, but he has the tools to be a top-10 big-league catcher. If he gets 250-300 big-league at-bats this year, he could hit .270 and slug 10 or more home runs.
12. Ryan Jeffers, C, Minnesota. Jeffers had a solid big-league debut last season (.273, three HRs in 55 at-bats) and projects to be in a timeshare with Mitch Garver this season. Jeffers’ swing path and balance are average. He doesn’t have the leverage to drive the ball to the opposite field, but he has enough bat speed to clear the fence on his pull side. He shows solid pitch recognition and hand-eye coordination that should allow him to hit for a modest average. If he gets half the starts in Minnesota this season he should hit .250 with 10-12 home runs.
13. Isaac Paredes, 3B, Detroit. Paredes saw some big-league action last season and projects as the Tigers’ opening day third baseman. Paredes has good pitch recognition and hand-eye coordination that allows him to make consistent contact. It isn’t always hard contact because his balance and leverage are merely average. However, his swing path is direct, and once he gains some experience against big-league pitching he has the bat speed to drive the ball more if he can improve his balance. Over a full season in 2021, he should improve on last year’s numbers and hit around .260 with 10 HRs and a solid OBP.
14. Taylor Trammell, OF, Seattle. Trammell has been a highly ranked prospect for years but hasn’t yet turned his potential into performance. This could be the season that he finally turns things around. He’s off to a hot start this spring and is currently the frontrunner to be the Mariners’ opening day left fielder. I’ve watched Trammell adjust his mechanics every season for the past few years, but this spring he has better balanced and a more direct swing path that has allowed him to tap into his above-average raw power. He’s still a risky bet given that he has yet to demonstrate sustained success against advanced pitching, but his raw tools give him some upside. In a best case, he could hit .265 with 15-plus home runs and 15-plus stolen bases in 2021.
15. Jonah Heim, C, Texas. Heim will probably be the Rangers’ No. 2 catcher this season and could put up solid offensive numbers. The switch-hitting Heim has good plate discipline and makes consistent contact. He doesn’t have the leverage in his swing to hit for much power, but he can spray line drives from foul line to foul line. In a part-time role he could hit .270 with around eight HRs.
16. Zack McKinstry, 2B/3B/OF, Los Angeles Dodgers. McKinstry is expected to fill the utility role vacated by Enrique Hernandez and should see regular at-bats. McKinstry has average tools but shows good plate discipline and solid contact ability. His average bat speed means that he won’t hit for much power, but he could put up solid numbers (.270 average, .330 OBP, around 10 HRs) if he gets 300-400 at-bats.
17. Tyler Stephenson, C, Cincinnati. Stephenson looked good in limited big-league action last season (.294 with two HRs in 17 at-bats) and projects to be the Reds’ No. 2 catcher this year. Stephenson has a simple load and good pitch recognition that should allow him to hit for average and get on base. He doesn’t use his lower half as much as he could, but he is strong enough to generate good bat speed without lots of pre-swing movement. His balance isn’t ideal, which means that he doesn’t have much opposite field power, but he has above-average pull-side pop. If he gets 150-200 at-bats, he should hit around .265 with close to eight HRs.
18. Leody Taveras, OF, Texas. Taveras got some big-league experience late last season (.227 average, four HRs in 119 at-bats) and is the front runner to be the Rangers’ starting center fielder in 2021. The switch-hitting Taveras has elite tools but hasn’t yet developed the skills necessary to succeed at the major league level. He’s more fluid hitting righthanded, but he is prone to chasing pitches out of the zone and his swing path is inconsistent. He’s still developing and his raw power has increased, so he could eventually be an average big-league center fielder, but I’d be surprised if he hits above .250 or logs more than 10 HRs with Texas this season.
19. Pavin Smith, OF, Arizona. Smith will likely break camp as the team’s starting right fielder, but how long he sticks in that role depends on how quickly Kole Calhoun recovers from knee surgery. Smith is a polished hitter who should produce even in limited action (.270 with a good OBP). At the moment, he doesn’t have the leverage in his swing to hit for power, but he has the bat speed and strength to develop average power as he matures.
20. Brent Rooker, OF, Minnesota. If Kirilloff falters, Rooker could win a starting spot or a platoon role in Minnesota. Rooker doesn’t have good balance, so he’s more of a timing hitter who crushes the ball when he’s on time and swings through it when he’s not. His power is legit, so he could produce a handful of home runs, but he’ll struggle to hit more than .240.
21. Dom Nunez, C, Colorado. Nunez should break camp as the No. 2 catcher for the Rockies. He doesn’t have a lot of offensive upside, but playing in Colorado will give his stats a boost. Nunez doesn’t have great balance and struggles against breaking balls, but he has the bat speed and strength to drive the ball to the pull side. If he gets 200-250 at bats, he could hit about .220 with close to 10 HRs.
22. Jazz Chisholm, 2B, Miami. Chisholm had a lackluster debut in 2020 after initially opting out of the season (.161 average with two HRs in 56 at-bats) and is battling for the second base job this spring with Miami. He may win the job, but I’m not sure he can hold it. Chisholm doesn’t have good balance or leverage in his swing, which results in lots of weak contact. He has the raw tools to be a successful big-leaguer, but he has a lot of work to do on his mechanics.
23. Ha-Seong Kim, SS/3B, San Diego. Kim was signed as a utility player and he may get that chance, but I just don’t see him beating out Jurickson Profar for playing time and he has looked overmatched in early spring games. At this point he doesn’t look like a significant contributor on offense in 2021.
24. Akil Baddoo, OF, Detroit. Baddoo has raked this spring and may make the Tigers roster after being selected as a Rule 5 pick this season. He’s made headlines, but if he makes the roster he’ll be a fifth outfielder…and fifth outfielders don’t play much.
Best Bets for Midseason Impact
1. Wander Franco, SS, Tampa Bay. He’s the best prospect in baseball and has played well this spring. It will be hard for the Rays to keep him on the farm if he gets off to a hot start.
2. Jared Kelenic, OF, Seattle. After beginning camp with a shot at being the Mariners’ opening day left fielder, Kelenic sustained a mild leg injury that probably now has him ticketed for the minors at the start of the season. If Trammell stays hot, Kelenic may not be promoted until midseason, but if Trammell struggles or doesn’t win the job, Kelenic could be in Seattle in April or May.
3. Luis Campusano, C, San Diego. Campusano could make the opening day roster given Austin Nola’s injury, but the rookie is more likely to get additional minor league seasoning before returning to the bigs. He’s an elite hitter and should be back in San Diego by midseason.
4. Joey Bart, C, San Francisco. Posey is the starter and Bart struggled last season, but the rookie has played well this spring and is too good to remain in the minors for very long.
5. Brandon Marsh, OF, Los Angeles Angels. Marsh has been dealing with a shoulder issue this spring and will probably begin the season in the minors. Given the state of the Angels makeshift outfield, he probably won’t stay there long.
6. Josh Jung, 3B, Texas. Jung impressed in big-league camp before being sent down last week. The Rangers’ third base depth is thin, and a hot start by Jung could get him a quick call back to Texas.
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GOP Ranking Members Demand Pelosi Explain Why She Refuses to Turn Over Documents on US Capitol Security and Why She Delayed National Guard Response for One Hour During Siege
GOP Ranking Members Demand Pelosi Explain Why She Refuses to Turn Over Documents on US Capitol Security and Why She Delayed National Guard Response for One Hour During Siege
@NevadaElJefe follows back!
I'll tell you why Dirty Nancy "Delayed" calling the National Guard! Nancy and the Democrats started that Antifa Riot, and she "Delayed" because she was trying to sucker Patriots into the fray! All in an attempt to blame President Trump, and divert attention from the subject of the day - the Democrats' Fraudulent Stealing of the 2020 Presidential Election! Trump Won!
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/02/gop-ranking-members-send-letter-pelosi-refused-protect-us-capitol-jan-6-delayed-national-guard-response-one-hour-siege/
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Lee Lowell<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br /><br />Is Nancy the only person in Washington with info on Capital Security??
Gundylady<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> You got some 'splainin' to do, Nancy.
Jimbohsliice<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Because she’s a traitor.
Wyatt<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Absolutely. I agree entirely
Carol Poches<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>, She needs to be put in jail.
Jessiebush<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She needs to be locked up!
Kalayaan<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Why will Patriots disrupt a proceeding that can help expose all the fraud schemes of the Democrats??? Wouldn’t we rather see everything play out??? The Democrats seem to have made a pact with the devil! The devil is their leader!!!!
Xarver Bea Kris<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> agree. There should be an investigation.... just like they do with <br />conservatives
MagaPatriotRN<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> yep! It has her written all over it. Plus the hurry up to Impeach once her laptop went missing. She really thinks we don't see through her.
Luckymee2<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br />Thank you for seeing the truth and letting us know.
Crusty_55<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She is not going to answer. The GOP members won't push either.
WOO<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She just needs some time to doctor them.
Celestia Vargas<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Why cant they just DEMAND She hands them over, and if She doesnt, Maybe shes the one to be impeached? Since impeachment is soooo normal nowadays
ChupieChiChi<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Arrest her already!!!
Dostacos4u<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> distraction from the election fraud
senior_director<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I believe it, all a set up by Nazi Nancy
BommyC.<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> But she’s thinking of a 9/11 commission to determine what happen. 🤣😂 she needs to go!!!!!
R.Daneel.Olivaw<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> That's not a complete reasoning. The more important aspect of this delay and attempt to get patriots to engage in illicit behaviors is so that they can then label them in the "Terrorist" category. This opens many doors for them to abuse every last American. Many doors. <br /><br />When they open mine, I'll shoot. I may well shoot when they open my neighbor's door too. Care to join me?
CountryYall<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>
PopyPanayotou<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I posted the exact thing on Twitter and got suspended!😆
jg255025503<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Hang her
EdwardBernays10101<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> They are just creating more crimes to delay.<br />I want the Obama dirt from 4 years ago. Then work through all the crimes that occurred after, that they have created.Fuck this nothing burger
grmpasteve<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Nasty Pelosi.
StarKittys1Mom<a href="https://gab.com/grmpasteve" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@grmpasteve</a> <a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I call her Nasty Peelousy
Deb Silcox<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She may have a stroke with everything backfiring on her! They are all going down fighting as hard as they can - sorta like Kamikaze pilots! but missing their targets!
Lady_Victorias😆 <a href="https://gab.com/DGHS" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@DGHS</a> <a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>
Sherry M<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Why is she wearing panties on her face?
Jill Vaughn<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> The Win is still coming!
Ditch_Mitch<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <a href="/tags/abcnews" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#abcnews</a> <a href="/tags/cbsnews" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#cbsnews</a> <a href="/tags/foxnews" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#foxnews</a> <a href="/tags/msnbc" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#msnbc</a> <a href="/tags/nbcnews" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#nbcnews</a> <a href="/tags/pbsnewshour" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#pbsnewshour</a> <a href="/tags/nyt" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#nyt</a> <a href="/tags/washingtonpost" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#washingtonpost</a> <a href="/tags/cnn" class="mention hashtag" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">#cnn</a><br />Thoughts???
PetulantPeasant<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I bet Mitch had a hand in planning the "attack", too.
CLRThinking2020<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I’ve come to the same conclusion too.
GeneralPatton<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br />That is funny, she's not gonna tell them shit.<br />She will delay because her head is not quite on the chopping block yet.<br />GOP demands... that is even funnier, A demand from any GOP politician holds as much weight as a ping pong ball.
MarsNAO<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> this seems like a plausible theory of what really happened. Anyone want to start laying wagers on which of the swamp creatures starts trembling on TV first?
John L Brown<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br />Pelosi must have studied 1st century Roman emperors. <br />She acts just like them. <br />If the Democrats had as much sense as the ancient Roman Senate, she's be gone by now ... or dead.
Ascension Magnet<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Keep your boobs off my eyes, Nancy. ty, the mgmt
TheDeplorableSoldier<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> That is likely why she was sooo very worried about her laptop...
McMike27<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a><br /> She’s not that smart. Smells like<br />Hoyer.
Storm Riders<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> same ol' same ol' Luciferian symbolism on on pee pee pants Pelosi's neck line here...
Jack Kodiak<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Yes, this is what happens when braindead sheeple, the coward RINO party, the ChiCom-puppet Democrat party and the big tech eunuchs nurture cancer that is pretending to be human. I won't put any money on the frightened RINOs doing anything about it. They're batting a thousand in the world series of worthless idiots.
Dgrewe<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> that's exactly what she did, and mitch and the rest were in on it, that building is full of thieves and villains
filewis<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Sounds right.
Linnyw1<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Pelosi was in on it! So was Bower! McConnell, Schumer, they all knew!
merrylinda<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> you are so right, she planned it all and she needs to be arrested for colluding with her goons to attack the capitol and for the murder of Ashli
Elryza<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>
Lillblondee<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Shes what I know as a dirty c***. Learned from her daddy 🤔
Lone Stubblejumper<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Nancy is one wicked woman...
Linnyw1<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Spot on! I believe this too! This is why the House could not call witnesses and why Pelosi was as pissed as she was, bc she is SO devious!
Ava<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Put pressure on her. Do not back down
SuzyQpatriot<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Nasty bitch!
Martha Lou<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She needs to be brought up on all the false charges she has presented against President Trump. She slandered him for four years to cover up democrats’ crimes. It’s her turn to face the jury.
Dave Fowler<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Now that's the truth!!!!!
Dale Redcay<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>
Choice America<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>
Foxiediva70<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I'm glad that I'm not the only person who believes that she was TOTALLY involved in the planning of the INSURRECTION! When our President's lawyers threatened to call her as a witness the House Managers quickly did an about face because she would have to answer some really tough questions that would have caused HER TO BE IMPEACHED!
Tac10<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Amen!!<br />Biden is not the legal president!<br />This election was a complete fraud!<br />More and more evidence is pouring in!<br />Soon it will be undeniable that this was an illegal election and a coup!!<br />States all RED states need to engage and start their own investigations!! <br />The American citizens deserve justice! The constitution deserves defending!! <br />One man one vote!!
AdvQcateQ1960<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> 3.5 hours
Faithoverfear307<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> 🖕🖕🖕
maighread1364<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Pelosi will do anything she thinks that would work for her advantage. It seems more and more like a set up. They knew Trump was having a rally, and none of his rallies are not small, so all anti Trump forces were out to make trouble. Would not surprise me if others than Pelosi knew something may happen. Too much did happen.
Deedee2558<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> No doubt about it
NoisyAcres<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She's a cunt...
Katana55<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Wait, Trump caused it but tried to prevent it? Can he be impeached for trying to prevent something he apparently started? <a href="https://gab.com/commonsensepdx" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@commonsensepdx</a> begs to differ
LuckyURanch<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Exactly!
WiseScribe<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Guantanamo!
Liberty4all<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I loathe this woman. She and her nephew, Newsome, literally don't care that people are crapping and sleeping in tent cities all over CA. These "leaders" have no basis in the reality of hardworking Americans. How does this happen?
Klondikeone<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> yes and she controled the D C police.
Patriot Frost<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I agree
ChiComDestroyer<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She knew there were infiltrators and agitators in the crowd to fire them up She didn't want a force strong enough to stop it After it was over anyone who questioned the election results was demonized and the certification was rushed through that night without a 10 day investigation Sen Cruz wanted Who did the riot help? President Trump OR the swamp and the Chi-Coms!
KatSki<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Yup! That’s exactly what happened. Who had more to gain from stopping the proceedings. Uh huh.
TruthSerumMedia<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Oh, it's showtime! The thing about liars and their lies, is that TRUTH can be proven! Lies can only catch up to the LIARS!
The Cat<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Dirty-Piglosi "hired" riot whore like BLM/Antifa for the riot of 6 Jan. She planned it out together with Cocaine-Mitch &amp; possibly Schumer! Start interrogating Piglosi and her gang of bandits over this! She did it so that he can lay blame on Trump and launch an impeachment!
Bruce D.BudnikLET'S SEE IF THE GOP REALLY MEANS WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT THE DOCUMENTS. <a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> If the GOP really means Pelosi and her criminal members turn over the US Capitol Documents then they should get on ALL the media outlets, write demands on their websites, STAND ON THE CONGRESS FLOOR AND DEMAND THE RELEASE, and run ads demanding Pelosi turn over the documents immediately.
Paula L 🇺🇸🗽🌻<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> You are exactly right!!
Beanguin<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Only for optics. They’re all in on it
PatriotSkye<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a>, The Speaker of the House, is actually responsible for security at the Capital.<br /><br />Yet, Schiffted Shady Pelosi, definitely made sure that thousands of National Guardsmen, where ordered to D.C. for the fraudulent inauguration!
Cleanitnow<a href="https://gab.com/PatriotSkye" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@PatriotSkye</a> <a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Don't forget her accomplices. Mitch and Chucky.
Jennifer 🙏🕊️⚖️🇺🇸<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Impeach Nancy Pelosi
Trunkletrouser<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br /><br />Well there's probably enough Dems in her party that would prob be ok using the 14th amendment against her to get her out of their way.
No Libturds Allowed<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She needed time for the photo ops.
LadyFreedomReader<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> PRISON!
Roy L Plummer<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> She will have to circle back on that.
Wildwood59Absolutely 100% right on!!!
Carolyn1776<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Yep!!
RJHardy<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I WISH CALIFORNIA WOULD JUST RECALL OR FIRE THE HAG!
PatriciaVa<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Crook
Outwest<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> You don't even need to stretch to see this one.
1OldKid<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> I hope that someone with enough clout will hold her feet to the fire...
Rick<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <br />HOLD HER FEET TO THE FIRE AND MAKE HER ANSWER FOR WHAT SHE DID AND WHY SHE DID IT, 75 MILLION OF US WANNA KNOW!
Alintuit333<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Epic fail.
FollowTheMoney<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Wow! The tax payers buy Pelosi really nice outfits!!! This picture is reminiscent of a newly remodeled bathroom in a haunted house.
Curlyred1126<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> This witch belongs to PRISON!!
Ani4real<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> <a href="https://gab.com/Cah217_17" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@Cah217_17</a> Witch Pelosi belongs in prison ... not just any prison.... one to be transformed to operate just like the prisons of her beloved China. No A/C or heat ... right? After six months of no Botox and no hair coloring ....she will be unrecognizable. The prison guards will use her pictures to put on kitchen floor to scare the rats and roaches away.
MaeMorgan<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> it will be news when she is held publicly accountable for her actions surrounding Jan.6, 2021.
Tanner Lynd<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Trump won and the democrats can not stay.
Funnyb<a href="https://gab.com/NevadaElJefe" class="u-url mention" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">@NevadaElJefe</a> Most corrupted woman in our government !
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Harry Carey Jr.
Filmografía
Película
Senderos desesperados (1921) como Young Baby (sin acreditar)
Rolling Home (1946) como Dobey
Perseguido (1947) como Prentice
Red River (1948) como Dan Latimer
Moonrise (1948) como Jimmy Biff
Blood on the Moon (1948) como Cowboy (sin acreditar)
3 padrinos (1948) como William Kearney ("The Albilene Kid")
Llevaba una cinta amarilla (1949) como el segundo teniente Ross Pernell
Wagon Master (1950) como Sandy Owens
Barranca del Cobre (1950) como el teniente Ord
Rio Grande (1950) como Trooper Daniel 'Sandy' Boone
Warpath (1951) como el capitán Gregson
Cattle Drive (1951) como Train Passenger (sin acreditar)
The Wild Blue Yonder (1951) como el sargento. Coctelera Schuker
Monkey Business (1952) como reportero (sin acreditar)
Niágara (1953) como Taxi Driver (sin acreditar)
San Antone (1953) como Dobe Frakus
Los caballeros las prefieren rubias (1953) como Winslow - Equipo olímpico (sin acreditar)
Sweethearts on Parade (1953) como Jim Riley, también conocido como James Whitcomb Riley
Isla en el cielo (1953) como Ralph Hunt
Bajo el arrecife de 12 millas (1953) como Griff Rhys
Silver Lode (1954) como Johnson
El paria (1954) como Bert
La larga línea gris (1955) como Dwight Eisenhower
House of Bamboo (1955) como John (sin acreditar)
Mister Roberts (1955) como Stefanowski
Spin y Marty: La película (1955) como Bill Burnett
Los buscadores (1956) como Brad Jorgenson
La gran persecución de locomotoras (1956) como William Bensinger
Gun the Man Down (1956) como el diputado Lee
7 de Caballería (1956) como Cpl. Morrison
La orilla del río (1957) como Chet
Béselos por mí (1957) como el teniente Chuck Roundtree (sin acreditar)
Del infierno a Texas (1958) como Trueblood
Escort West (1958) como Trooper Travis
Rio Bravo (1959) como Harold (escenas eliminadas)
Soga para un pistolero (1960) como Jim Ferguson
El gran impostor (1961) como Dr. Joseph Mornay
Dos cabalgaron juntos (1961) como Ortho Clegg
Un asunto público (1962) como Bill Martin
Los Raiders (1963) como Jellicoe
Cheyenne Autumn (1964) como Trooper Smith (sin acreditar)
Taggart (1964) como el teniente Hudson (sin acreditar)
Shenandoah (1965) como Jenkins (soldado rebelde)
La rara raza (1966) como Mabry.
Billy the Kid contra Drácula (1966) como Ben Dooley
Cyborg 2087 (1966) como Jay C
Álvarez Kelly (1966) como Cabo Peterson
The Way West (1967) como Mr.McBee
La balada de Josie (1967) como Mooney
La brigada del diablo (1968) como Capitán Rose
Bandolero! (1968) como Cort Hayjack
Muerte de un pistolero (1969) como Rev. Rork
El invicto (1969) como Solomon Webster
One More Time (1970) (sin acreditar)
La guerra de Moonshine (1970) como Arley Stamper
El sucio Dingus Magee (1970) como Charles Stuart
Un tren más para Rob (1971) como Red
Big Jake (1971) como Pop Dawson
Trinity Is Still My Name (1971) como Padre
Algo grande (1971) como Joe Pickins
El hombre del este (1972) como Holy Joe
Corre, puma, corre (1972) como Hank
Cahill US Marshal (1973) como Hank
Colmillo blanco (1973) como John Tarwater
Take a Hard Ride (1975) como Dumper
Nickelodeon (1976) como Dobie
Los jinetes largos (1980) como George Arthur
Especies en peligro de extinción (1982) como Dr. Emmer
Los jinetes de las sombras (1982) como Pa Travern
Gremlins (1984) como el Sr.Anderson
Máscara (1985) como Red
UFOria (1985) como George Martin
Crossroads (1986) como Bartender
Las ballenas de agosto (1987) como Joshua Brackett
Cherry 2000 (1987) como Snappy Tom
Érase una vez un tren de Texas (1988, película para televisión) como Herald Finch
Ilegalmente tuyo (1988) como Wally Finnegan
Irrumpir (1989) como Zapatos, jugador de póquer
Bad Jim (1990) como JC Lee
Regreso al futuro, Parte III (1990) como Zeke, Saloon Old-Timer # 2
El exorcista III (1990) como el padre Kanavan
Tombstone (1993) como Marshal Fred White
Wyatt Earp: Regreso a Tombstone (1994) como Digger Phelps
Sunchaser (1996) como cajero
Last Stand at Sabre River (1997, película para televisión) como James Sanford.
Televisión
El llanero solitario - "El regreso de Dice Dawn" - Dice Dawson, Alias, Jay Thomasson (1955)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "El camino a Wickenburg" - Sheriff Jack (1958) Goodfellow
Have Gun - Will Travel - "El hombre que no hablaba" - Bud Sorenson (1958)
El fantasma gris - "El picnic" - Caldwell (1958)
Raiders de Mackenzie - "Uprising" - Ed Gary (1959)
Gunsmoke - "Horse Deal" - Deesha (1959).
Have Gun - Will Travel - "The Posse" - Sheriff (1959)
Bonanza - "Vendetta" - Zack Morgan (1959)
Wagon Train - "Chuck Wooster, Wagon Master" - Willkins (1959)
Cuero crudo - "Incidente del hombre tambaleante" - Tanner (1959)
El fusilero - "El desertor" - Teniente Paul Rolfe (1960)
Bonanza - "La misión" - Cabo Burton (1960)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "The Sanctuary" - Jonas Quincy (1960)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "The Legacy" - Banker Burton (1960)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "El chico del mariscal" - Frank Gulley (1960)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "El padre equivocado" - Sheriff Stander (1960)
El fusilero - "El viaje de regreso" - Teniente Vaughn (1961)
Laramie - "La deuda" - Harry Markle (1961)
Gunsmoke - "Bad Sheriff" - Bill Turloe (1961)
Whispering Smith - "Válvula de seguridad" - Sargento. Curt Stringer (1961)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "The Revenger" - Sheriff Conlon (1961)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "El recaudador de impuestos" - Jess Turner (1961)
Perry Mason - "El caso del río itinerante" - Guardabosques del distrito Frank Deane (1961)
Wagon Train - "La historia de George B. Hanrahhan" - Tim Hogan (1962)
Laramie - "La época del traidor" - Hobey (1962)
Gunsmoke - "Abe Blocker" - Jake (1962)
Laramie - "Lost Allegiance" - Whitey Banister (1962)
Jaque mate - "El audaz y el duro" - Phil Cassidy (1962)
Lawman - episodio - Cort - Mitch Evers (1962)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "Jonah and the Trout" - Jonah Quincy (1962)
Laramie - "The Barefoot Kid" - Dan Emery (1962)
Gunsmoke - "Quint Asper llega a casa" - Grant (1962)
Estreno de Alcoa - "Flashing Spikes" - Man in the Dugout (1962)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "La mujer de Taylor" - Thad Taylor (1962)
Cuero crudo - "La patrulla de los desertores" - Walsh (1962)
Ripcord - Carl Devlin - Para enfermera (1962)
Ripcord - Cheyenne Bronson - Una estrella en caída libre (1963)
Have Gun - Will Travel - "Face of a Shadow" - Earl Tibner (1963)
Wagon Train - "La historia de Martin Gatsby" - Jeb Colton (1963)
Have Gun - Viajará "La dulce dama de la luna" - Ben Murdock (1963)
Gunsmoke - "La búsqueda de Asa Janin" - Sheriff Hank Colridge (1963)
Wagon Train - "La historia de Molly Kincaid" - Charlie Hankins (1963).
Wagon Train - "La historia de Sam Pulaski" - John Jay Burroughs (1963)
Bonanza - "La pistola de boca de franela" - Phil Shelton (1965)
Wagon Train - "La dama de plata" - Walt Thompson (1965)
Gunsmoke - "Bank Baby" - Jim Fisher (1965)
De marca - "Leap Upon Mountains" - Teniente John Pritchett (sin acreditar) (1965)
De marca - "Los Vindicadores" - Teniente John Pritchett (1965)
The Virginian - "The Modoc Kid" - Bob Archer (1967)
Gunsmoke - "Baker's Dozen" - Will Roniger (1967)
Bonanza - "Juicio en Red Creek" - Mapes (1967)
Gunsmoke - "Waco" - Nathan Cade (1968)
Mannix - "Missing: Sun and Sky" - Floyd Brand (1969)
El virginiano - "Sigue al líder" - Thad Miley (1970)
Gunsmoke - "Gold Train: The Bullet" partes 1-3 - Kelliher (1971)
Banacek - "Caballo de un color ligeramente diferente" - Dean Barrett (1974)
Hec Ramsey - "Scar Tissue - Prospector" (1974)
Gunsmoke - "Trail of Bloodshed" - Amos Brody (1974)
Mujer policía - "Sons" (1978)
BJ y el oso - "Fuego en el agujero" - Joe Pogovich (1980)
Little House on the Prairie - "Un nuevo comienzo" - Sheriff Pike (1980)
Dallas - "End of the Road: Part 1" - Rojo (1981)
Knight Rider - "Ni una gota para beber" - Josh Morgan (1982)
CHiPs - "Flare Up" - Grandfather Cross (1982)
Hollywood Greats - documental de la serie de televisión - "John Wayne" - él mismo (1984)
Biografía - Documental de la serie de televisión - "John Wayne: The Unquiet American" - él mismo (1987)
Cowboys: Ben Johnson y Harry Carey Jr. - documental (1988)
John Wayne Standing Tall - Película para televisión - Él mismo (1989)
BL Stryker - "Auntie Sue" - Jones (1989)
Thank Ya, Thank Ya Kindly - Documental de película para televisión - él mismo (1991)
Omnibus - TV Series documentary - "John Ford: Part One" - himself (1992)
Leyendas del oeste americano - video documental - él mismo (1992)
John Ford - documental de película para televisión - él mismo (1993)
Ben Johnson: tercer vaquero a la derecha - documental - él mismo (1996)
Howard Hawks: artista estadounidense - documental de película para televisión - él mismo (1997).
Créditos: Tomado de Wikipedia
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