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- 1 Reply to Michael
I would try to move Wright if you can, not sure he will be the same after the injury.
Paulie and Prince should be provide similiar numbers with Upton slightly outplaying longo.
I wouldnt make the move so you arent hung out to dry if wright cant return to normal. No sense in taking the risk.
- 1 Reply to KYLE
Straight up it depends how bad you need the pitching. If Jamie Garcia is your #4 or below take the deal. If he is your #3 then think about what losing him will do to your staff.
Votto is a HUGE upgrade on tex. He should provide 50+ points higher average and 7-8 more SBs the rest of the way.
If it were me...I'd take the DEAL.
I am a fan of veteran Tiger hitters. I have Bill Freehan as my catcher, Norm Cash at first, Dick McAuliffe at second, Ray Oyler at SS and Don Wert at third. Is there a veteran Tiger outfielder that you know of that would be a perfect fit in my lineup? I am really desperate here. Please help me!!
- 1 Reply to Scott
Magglio Ordonez is your man.
Check out the article by Roto below:
Magglio Ordonez: Maggs has three-hit night
Magglio Ordonez - OF - DET - Jul. 20 - 10:34 pm et
Magglio Ordonez went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored in Detroit's loss to the A's on Wednesday.
Maggs has now hit in eight straight games, and is batting .341 in the month of July. If he's wallowing on the waiver wire in your deeper mixed league, he's the definition of a low-risk, high-reward flier. Jul. 20 - 10:34 pm et
- 1 Reply to Erick
If you can get the value for him then trade him while he's hot. However, most owners will be skeptical of a rookie pitcher who has only played a few games.
The best value might be to hang on to him but you can throw out to some feelers...
Would you do this? I was just offered this.
My team in a 12 team ROTO league. Currently in third. Doing well in all offensive categories (minus SBs), need wins badly.
C: Carlos Santana
1B: Adrian Gonzalez
2B: Chase Utley
3B: Daniel Murphy
SS: Hanley Ramirez
OF: Andrew McCutchen
OF: Hunter Pence
OF: Justin Upton
UTIL: Ryan Howard
Bench: Yunel Escobar, Casey McGehee
SP: Gio Gonzalez, Matt Latos, Brandon Morrow, Pineda, Beachy, Jake Peavy
RP: Francisco Rodriguez, Hudson Street, Brandon League, Salas
- 1 Reply to Holmen
However, your team will take a hit in the power categories HR and RBI that Howard provides so be prepared. Brandon Morrow is pretty useless on a bad team tough division and high era.
Halladay would be the favorite to provide the most wins from this point on and his era and whip and ks are very desirable.
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