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solid fantasy player here
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Im in a 16 H2H league..this is my team
if this was your team...wat would you with it?
wat kind of trades would you do and would would you get?
wat will make my team stronger?
- 1 Reply to Uncle Jimbo
tough call uncle jimbo.
i tend to go with proven players over
one season wonders or one season up & down guys.
with that said.
still like cain.
but really do like galarraga and pelfry in that order.
parra and nolasco are are simply
pitch and ditch guys.
not sure if you understood my trade on "here's a tough one!"... i give up the closer and get mauers AVG and RUNS... the only question to me is... will i give up too much ground on SVs and Ks or Ws that Mauer won't make up over Navarro?
p.s. - my fantasy record is about comparable to yours.
Here is my team
C: Bengie MOlina
1B: Derek Lee
2B: Dustin Pedroia
OF: Hermida, Bradley, Granderson
Bench: Willingham,Kelly Johnson
SP; Padilla,Cook,Josh Johnson,Eveland,Doug Davis
RP: Nathan, Street, Scott Downs, Scott Shields.
Any trades you think I should do, obviously SP is a problem, but will this get me into deep playoffs
- 1 Reply to Matthew
sorry man i don't think u have a trade-able piece.
where is your first round pick make that your first two rounds
i would on the wavier wire searching for some solid sp guys.
and or either play pitch and ditch.
otherwise everyone is high on longoria
and he has name value.
he is your only bargining chip.
trade advice. a team with excess runs/sb is trading ichiro and f. cordero for giambi, bruce, and soria. it seems like the team getting ichiro comes out ahead, but by how much? should this trade be vetoed?
team 1 trades
team 2 trades
Ryan Ludwick or mclouth
who gets the better deal. I am team 2 not sure what to do. If I do it would you trade mclouth or ludwick?
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