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FA: Choice, Pinto, Blank, Lagares, Dickerson, Bloomquist, Pollock, Gattis, Calhoun, Ramirez, Ownings, Schoop, Didi
FA: Jimmy Nelson, Collins, Fife, Pestano, Veras, Scheppers, Hembree, Rubby
Would you switch any of my players with any of these bats or another arm?
Its a 14 team dynasty league
OF- Myers, Pence, Jackson
Util- Hosmer, Ramos
BN- Granderson, Springer, Taveras, Rendon
SP- Miley, Peralta, Norris, Miller, Cosart, Teheran, Archer, Eovaldi, Griffin, Tepesch, Pineda
RP- Smith, Smyly, Paco, Martinez, Storen
Would be easier if you listed first initial for some of these guys. Even for a 14 man, you might find starting pitchers who outperform guys on your staff if they have a good matchup. None of those SP names really jump out at me for this year. If you were building for next year I'd say Veras could be a closer again with Benoit likely the temporary solution, and maybe Pestano. Your offense is better than your pitching and I wouldn't mess with it too much for now. I might add Choice if he shows me a little more.
- 2 Replies to Dick Strong
This year for Playoff Improvement per the title of the post? I really hope you're kidding. What have Calhoun, Pollock, and Gattis done this month or even last month? They're combined ownership is lower than any one of the players he'd be dumping and this is for a good reason.
Myers, Jackson, and Granderson aren't guys I get super excited about but Myers clubbed a couple bombs recently, good news for those who own him, and Jackson has been on fire for a while now. No, he doesn't steal, but he is hitting like a mad man, scoring runs, and driving guys in.
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