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its a 14tm standard cat h2h. The keepers can be re-chosen. Leave email if interested and able to attend draft
DRAFT DATE: Sunday March 22 at 730pm EST
Nobody said that 10 SB was guaranteed...that is why he just stole 8 last year. But you don't own someone that doesn't even have the ability to steal 10 bases...that is just stupid.
Muzz or Hamo depending on who has worst past 30 day stats/ games remaining or for "any specific stat you need to keep"
The difference in both their stats is quite clear but again wait until Shatts gets his groove back
Player a. at bats 602 runs 115 hr 36 rbi 111 sb 16 obp .377
player b. At bats 539 runs 89 hr 37 rbi 105 sb 13 obp .395
one is trout and the other is stanton. So was just curious why so much hate for the kid? If he had as many at bats would have probally beat trout in 4 of 5 categories. Or do you not like trout either?
Do you think, in a 12-team H2H dynasty league, it would be advantageous to trade a young player with an unbelievable amount of upside for an older vet, that is clearly a star to this point?
This league has been going on for 4 years now, I traded Trout and Goldschmidt earlier in the year for a hefty haul. The exact swap would be me trading Joc Pederson for Jose Bautista. This is my roster now:
2B - Dozier
3B - Arenado
OF- Carlos Gonzalez
Util - Leonys Martin
Util - Betts
BN - Joc
BN - Micah Johnson
BN - Addison Russell
SP - Felix
SP - Scherzer
RP - Herrera
RP - Giles
P- Alex Meyer
BN- Will Smith
NA- Urias, Seager, Buxton, Schwarber, DJ Peterson
I know it sounds stupid, in a keeper league, I wouldn't second guess the trade offer. It's a dynasty, I've built it through adding guys like Trout, Dozier, Springer from the fa before they exploded. Thoughts?
First tie breaker is winning % vs same opponent during regular season. They have so any ways to rule on tie breaker to write here.
Loogle yahoo fantasy playoff tie breaker
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