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Can only keep 8 players, and one rookie or sophmore, so 8 regular + 1
already sent in my keepers on this but what do you think
the runners up were mauer,pedroia,bautista,rollins,kemp,zobrist,reynolds,haren,greinke,bekket,cahill we keep 8 and we keep as our first 8 rounds in draft
i lose my 9th and 10th round picks
i decided on mauer,pedroia,bautista,rollins,kemp,haren,greinke and a 8th round pick in the draft insted of another keeper
what do you think
- 1 Reply to matt
Not the best group of guys in all honesty. If this were a keeper league based on what round you drafted a player (i.e You draft Pedroia in the 2nd round thus you give up your 2nd round next year) then I would lose Rollins, Pedroia, and Greinke because they are not going to produce for the high price you paid for them.
But since you give up your first 8 rounds no matter what, then I guess there's no harm in keeping all of those. Dont like Haren or Greinke. I think you need a certified ace next year, but they'll all most likely be taken up by other keepers. Can you try and trade Greinke and Haren for say, Felix?
About 2 years ago this team would have been superb, but now, these guys are either old, injured, or on bad teams.
I won my league this year, and we keep nine players. Here are my keeper worthy players... In order of how I rank them.. the top 6 I'm pretty sure I'm keeping, after that, I'd probably take the next 3, but it depends on free agency, injuries updates, etc...
The situation is I've been offered Joe Mauer for Gallardo and Haren... Should I take it???
- 1 Reply to A Yahoo! User
Great set in the first 6. I'd keep Dunn for 1B, Upton as the 3rd OF, and in all honesty I'd keep either Liriano or Beltre because you most likely kept them at a cheap price. I'm leaning Beltre because he's a hitter and Halladay and Lester is more than enough SP. Then again, Beltre has a tendency to die after career years..
I like the Mauer trade because it's a keeper. And that's saying something because I think Mauer is overrated and I punt catcher. But if you nab him, I'd keep Mauer along with Dunn and J-Up.
You can definitely take the SP hit.
- 1 Reply to bob
Easily Posey for a couple of reasons.
1)You already have a 1B (the best one at that). No sense in having an extra player at one spot.
2) Posey is at the C position which makes him even more valuable. Here's a rookie who had phenomenal numbers in the minors (especially in the OBP category) who is most likely going to stay hitting in the heart of the SF order. You can't pass that up, especially considering you probably got him at a cheap price.
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