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No. The last time he won a sprint cup race was 2013. He may not even make the top 30.
2013 he was 29th
2014 he was 25th
2015 he was 28th
2016 he is 38th as of now.
I'll preface this with I value hitting over pitching as it is a 9 hitting 9 pitching cat league (CG SO as a cat for pit)
Traded: Ortiz, JD Martinez and Maeda
Recieved: McCutch, Votto
My guys are currerntly doing better but I think I got the best player in the deal
Someone in a 12 man redraft league offered me Tomas and Melancon for Starling Marte. I obviously turned it down. Wondering if it's worth making a counter offer.
And a bunch of #$%$ bench players.
Betts Cespedes Marte
Wacha Nola Matz T. Walker Gio Gonz Carlos Martinez Salazar Matt Harvey.
Colome Joe Smith Rodney Chapman
Should I counter witha package for a sp or stay as is?
No, not bragging. Just stating which trades people approved. Maybe someone reading can get an idea to get a similar package. You seem angry, maybe next time you'll actually contribute to the conversation. Best to troll Facebook groups than here.
for sure. I would have said, his SLG is probably quite low, but you've now just stated its at .430 which is pretty good! I picked him up 2-3 weeks ago in my OBP league and he's been starting the majority of games at 1B for me AHEAD of Ortiz in some cases (e.g. vs LHP or national league games etc)
So you came on here to brag about a trade which was bad for you and a trade that proves you are playing with idiots? Congrats on being a moron!
.450 obp, .430 slug% is absolutely playable..
If he finishes year over 400 obp with 160+ runs+rbi, you better believe that plays well in a league using obp
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