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Who Should I Draft?

Aaron Judge or Lance Lynn (2021)

Who Should I Draft? Player Summaries
 
Experts' Pick
 
  Aaron Judge
RF - NYY
Aaron Judge
Lance Lynn
SP - CWS
Lance Lynn
Expert
Recommendation
78%
Recommended by
7 of 9 experts
22%
Recommended by
2 of 9 experts
Rankings 
   
ECR# 42# 66
Best Rank# 26# 37
Worst Rank# 56# 123
   
ADP 
   
Composite# 52# 51
Best Rank# 49# 44
Worst Rank# 58# 58
   
Projections 
   
Runs91
Home Runs3429
RBI84
Stolen Bases4
Batting Avg.267
Strikeouts166206
Wins13
Saves0
ERA3.99
WHIP1.25
   
Misc 
   
Injury Alert--
   
Expert Ranks 
   
Site Projections
RotoChamp
# 53# 108
   
Scott White
CBS Sports
# 26# 40
   
Mike Maher
FantasyPros
# 51# 123
   
Frank Stampfl
CBS Sports
# 33# 108
   
Pierre Camus
RotoBaller
# 52# 54
   
Brad Camara
FantasyPros
# 52# 54
   
SportsLine - Computer Simulation
CBS Sports
# 46# 101
   
Brendan Tuma
BettingPros
# 49# 37
   
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
# 56# 54
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Statistics
  Aaron Judge
RF - NYY
Aaron Judge
Lance Lynn
SP - CWS
Lance Lynn
2020 Stats 
   
   
Runs23
   
Home Runs913
   
RBI22
   
Stolen Bases0
   
Batting Avg.257
   
Strikeouts3289
   
Wins6
   
Saves0
   
ERA3.32
   
WHIP1.06
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Projections
  Aaron Judge
RF - NYY
Aaron Judge
Lance Lynn
SP - CWS
Lance Lynn
2021 Projections 
   
   
Runs91
   
Home Runs3429
   
RBI84
   
Stolen Bases4
   
Batting Avg.267
   
Strikeouts166206
   
Wins13
   
Saves0
   
ERA3.99
   
WHIP1.25
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Notes
  Aaron Judge
RF - NYY
Aaron Judge
Lance Lynn
SP - CWS
Lance Lynn
News 
 Aaron Judge avoids arbitration with the New York Yankees by signing a contract worth $10.175 million, according to Bob Nightengale of USA Today.
Ryan Evans - Baseballogy
Fri, Jan 15th
 
Notes 
  Lynn turned in another stellar year in 2020, leading MLB with 84 innings pitched, striking out plenty of batters, and keeping his walk rate and overall numbers in check. But there are a few warning signs under the hood, including his 4.19 FIP, his 4.34 xFIP, and his career-high 79.4% LOB rate. Of bigger concern is his trade to the White Sox and hitter-friendly Guaranteed Rate Field, particularly because Lynn had a 38.3% fly-ball rate in 2019 and a 42.3% fly-ball rate last year. That led to the worst HR/9 rate of his career and second-worst HR/FB rate (13.8%) in 2020. Countering those troublesome warning signs, however, is the fact that he'll be caught by perhaps the best pitch framer in baseball in Yasmani Grandal, and that will generally help with his numbers which, again, were excellent last year. Add it all up and Lynn's ERA should likely increase simply because of the additional home runs he'll allow if he can't turn around his trend in fly-ball rate, but Grandal's presence and Lynn's general aptitude on the mound should allow for another strong season and make him worthy of a selection as an SP2.
Dan Harris - FantasyPros