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With guys like Pedro Alvarez, Jedd Gyorko, Chris Davis, Eric Hosmer, Jason Kipnis, Brian Dozier, Kyle Seager, Chase Headley, Curtis Granderson, and Mark Trumbo.
I feel like if I go this strategy I could focus on pitching and steals and come out pretty nice.
Opinions needed.... I'm a newbie.
I tried that strategy last year in a 16 team H2H league. Won the league. If you want to try it, focus on pitching the first couple of rounds and grab a bunch of power hitters before you go for speedsters. You can always find speed on the waiver wire. Adam Dunn and Chris Carter are some more names that work with this strategy. Also, don't use more than one bench spot for hitting, keep as many SPs and closers on your team as possible. It is a risky strategy, but if you get the right players it could pay off big.
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Punting adv. works great. If you concentrate on drafting power, that pulls rbi and r with it. It also opens up nature slots in the draft to get your SP. You do have to be good at sb but if you use ss and 2b to get a good base for that and add a late rd pick or 2 you should be ok. It doesn't work as well if you draft a high adv guy first, as you would be wasting a lot of his value.
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