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  • Adam Siepker Adam Siepker Aug 3, 2012 2:41 PM Flag

    Blockbuster Big Time Savage Trade?!

    Not knowing any more details, I would take it. Keep in mind, although, to not put him in a super power position to beat you. I think it all comes down to what you need the most pitching or batting. Also you would have to drop 2 people so make sure you know who you would drop. If you are #1 or #2 in saves and there is now way you can drop a lot in that category, then no way would I take it. Please help me and respond to "First Place Perspective".

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    • I'm number 2 but the guy doing the trade is #1 in saves and he's like 40 ahead of everyone else. I have a few people within like 4-5 saves of me. However the guy offering the trade is also in 1st over all and is like 6 roto points ahead of the rest of the world at the moment. I would drop most likely just shakey closers like maybe Francisco( just now got him today) and Reed maybe?

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      • I say take it too. Especially if you are comfortable with dropping the two players you would have to drop to make it work. Can you help with my Wil Myers trade?

      • If it helps him as much as it helps you-don't do it.
        This might sound crazy but offer a trade back and make him give you more. Don't accept, counteroffer, or deny the trade yet. Just let him respond to the trade you will send him. Take out Chapman and ask him for somebody of more value. If the trade is not ridiculous I almost guarantee he will accept.
        ALSO, for all trades, even if you want to deny, just leave them up to see if one of your guys gets hurt, so you can quickly accept so they would be receiving a hurt or "done for the season" player. It doesn't usually happen, but once it does, you'll be glad you did it.

 

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