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Who Should I Draft?

Blake Snell or Luke Voit (2021)

Who Should I Draft? Player Summaries
 
Experts' Pick
 
  Blake Snell
SP - SD
Blake Snell
Luke Voit
1B,DH - NYY
Luke Voit
Expert
Recommendation
78%
Recommended by
7 of 9 experts
22%
Recommended by
2 of 9 experts
Rankings 
   
ECR# 55# 71
Best Rank# 36# 47
Worst Rank# 103# 165
   
ADP 
   
Composite# 49# 53
Best Rank# 47# 48
Worst Rank# 50# 63
   
Projections 
   
Runs85
Home Runs2034
RBI94
Stolen Bases0
Batting Avg.270
Strikeouts190144
Wins12
Saves0
ERA3.52
WHIP1.21
   
Misc 
   
Injury Alert--
   
Expert Ranks 
   
Scott White
CBS Sports
# 92# 106
   
Mike Maher
FantasyPros
# 46# 60
   
Frank Stampfl
CBS Sports
# 77# 135
   
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
# 47# 51
   
Brendan Tuma
BettingPros
# 36# 57
   
Brad Camara
FantasyPros
# 56# 59
   
SportsLine - Computer Simulation
CBS Sports
# 44# 165
   
Pierre Camus
RotoBaller
# 50# 47
   
Site Projections
RotoChamp
# 103# 65
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Statistics
  Blake Snell
SP - SD
Blake Snell
Luke Voit
1B,DH - NYY
Luke Voit
2020 Stats 
   
   
Runs41
   
Home Runs1022
   
RBI52
   
Stolen Bases0
   
Batting Avg.277
   
Strikeouts6354
   
Wins4
   
Saves0
   
ERA3.24
   
WHIP1.20
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Projections
  Blake Snell
SP - SD
Blake Snell
Luke Voit
1B,DH - NYY
Luke Voit
2021 Projections 
   
   
Runs85
   
Home Runs2034
   
RBI94
   
Stolen Bases0
   
Batting Avg.270
   
Strikeouts190144
   
Wins12
   
Saves0
   
ERA3.52
   
WHIP1.21
   
Who Should I Draft? Player Notes
  Blake Snell
SP - SD
Blake Snell
Luke Voit
1B,DH - NYY
Luke Voit
News 
  Luke Voit avoids arbitration and agrees to a $4.7 million deal with the Yankees.
Corbin Young
Fri, Jan 15th
Notes 
 Snell moves to the Padres fresh off a solid year, in which he pitched to a 3.24 ERA and a 1.20 WHIP, with a memorable early exit in the World Series. Snell has a checkered injury history and has pitched just 157 innings over the past two years, so don't expect him to be a big innings-eater in 2021. And, although he'll escape the dreaded AL East, he'll get a downgrade in park and defense, which largely makes the move a neutral one. All that said, Snell has plenty of talent as he's shown throughout his career, and should be able to pile up wins and strikeouts pitching for a strong Padres team. Draft him as an SP2 with upside.
Dan Harris - FantasyPros
 
 Blake Snell made 16 starts in 2020, including the playoffs, and didn't finish six innings in any of them. In fact, the lefty hasn't completed six innings since July 21st, 2019. This is a killer for fantasy leagues that use quality starts as a category, but Snell still has the skills to be useful for fantasy purposes. If he had the innings to qualify then Snell would have the second-best swinging strike rate among starters since the beginning of '19. Perhaps the Padres will allow him to pitch deeper into starts. This could be a case of efficiency meeting added volume, which usually equates to fantasy goodness.
Brendan Tuma - BettingPros