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With "keepers", I always look at it as a mock draft for next year.
!st round- Braun.
2nd round- Longoria.
3rd round- Prince.
4th round- Kershaw.
No way would I draft another OFer in the 4th round if Kershaw was still available.
But I'm a Phils phan, and do not buy the Spankee mentality...
- 1 Reply to Uncle
Has nothing to do with Yankees mentality. I am just looking at the numbers. I realize there is this man crush over Longoria because he plays 3b and that is a sparse position in fantasy land but we play for the numbers. BTW who plays 3b for the phils anyway. LMAO I know the answer.
Braun (You know how he will produce every year)
Fielder (same reason as above)
Longoria (same as above - this year was an off-year)
I would then choose Kershaw, becuase you already have a top 3 outfielder with Braun and it is good to have a top 10 starting pitcher already on your team.
I'd definately keep Braun, Longo, & Kershaw. Fatty/Grandy is a toss-up.
Depends on how much $$$ Fatty gets, and where he goes. Granderson is having a career year. Not that long ago, he was just a platoon guy sitting against lefties.
- 1 Reply to Uncle
Kevin Long Yankees Hitting coach fixed a flaw in Granderson's swing. Check out grqanderson's numbers since mid-season last year especially against Lefty Pitchers. I watch the Yanks every day and have gotten killed by granderson in Fantasy Land BTW and the man is raking it now. I don't see this as a flash in the pan. I will take Prince and Granderson before Longoria.
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