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Sorry but definitely not.
1.) No time table for Utley's return, very possible he misses the entire season.
2.) Heyward regressed horribly last year and the Braves are a trainwreck; huge risk here.
3.) Howard will help you down the stretch baring any setbacks, but he won't be back until around June at the earliest.
4.) Tommy Hanson is battling injury.
5.) Strasburg is on a strict pitch limit.
6.) Johan Santana is a big question mark. He may turn out to be a great sleeper, but as of this moment he's got a huge hill to climb.
1.) I got Utley in Round 15 and I have a sexy backup named Neil Walker.
2.) Heyward was taken in round 8 - he has potential
3.) Howard was drafted in round 18 - enough said
4.) Hanson was taken in round 12
5.) Strasburg was available in round 6 - he could be #1 pitcher in MLB if healthy
6.) Picken Johan off of waivers as a flier for now
Does this still look bad? If I'm counting on 12-18 draft picks and waivers to win my league I'm in trouble.
- 2 Replies to IU JIGGA
It's alright to take a few guys on potential, but regardless of the rounds these guys were taken you have 6 possible glairing holes in your lineup.
As soon as yahoo updates, stash Utley & Howard on your DL and hit the waiver wire like there's no tomorrow. Also, if you can work out a trade that would help you out a ton. Maybe if Santana starts off decent you can sell high to address your other roster concerns. Best of luck.