Draft and Trade Talk Message Board
- Justin Justin Feb 5, 2015 10:47 AM Flag
I rather take Freeman. All the rest are trending towards retirement/decline/injuries. Freeman is entering his prime and is already a solid hitter.
I am not looking to part with Kris Bryant in my 20 team dynasty league but i have gotten inquires about him. If owned in a dynasty what would be the value? I honestly think if given the starting job he could put up 280/80/30/100/10. Would Joc Pederson/Bryce Harper be enough or too much?
- Justin Justin Feb 13, 2015 2:11 PM Flag
How many teams is your league? Most likely i would do this trade if you are playing for the future instead of competing. Tanaka IMO is a ticking time bomb runs the risk of getting hurt and losing him for all of this year and half of next. Pederson is worth owning, and any of one of those prospects at the end is worth owning.
- Justin Justin Feb 16, 2015 9:41 AM Flag
All depends on how confident you are with Richards bouncing back from his knee injury especially with how hard he throws. Mesaraco finally lived to his potential and could be a great hitting option at C. Lindor isn't much for me. He glove is more of his high rank then his bat.
- Justin Justin Feb 18, 2015 9:52 AM Flag
Their has to be better options for you to grab then him, especially for a guy who probably will be a RP in the majors. Even if he does become a closer, not like the Giants are going to make him their closer as soon as he is called up. That could take a year or two in the majors at best.
- Justin Justin Feb 18, 2015 10:46 AM Flag
I'd go with all the bats and Bumgarner. I really am not a fan of Harper though, but you can't ignore he is only 22 has potential. Hopefully he can stay healthy all season. Try to work in a trade before the deadline if you can. Package one of your pitchers with your choice of hitter to get a solid return
- Justin Justin Feb 18, 2015 11:14 AM Flag
So you are in the rebuilding stages? If so i would do it, gives you two solid prospect with Glasnow, and Pederson with Pederson filling in now for Ellsbury, and Glasnow with a chance to be a top 5 prospect with alot of guys ahead of him promoting to the majors. If Kipnis comes out hitting anywhere near what he did in 2013 i'd move him asap.
- Justin Justin Feb 18, 2015 11:29 AM Flag
I don't know how 18 league's FA pool look but in my 20 team Dynasty league you do not drop a player like Gyorko expecting to find anyone worth owning at 2b.
- Justin Justin Feb 19, 2015 6:28 AM Flag
I prefer Freeman. He's younger, entering his prime, plus i think his numbers are more dependable. Frazier had a career year last year, more then tripling his previous high in SB and exceeding his career best in hr's by 10.
- Justin Justin Feb 20, 2015 8:18 AM Flag
Your team looks pretty strong to me, with plenty of versatility on offense. Chris Davis got permission to use Adderall again for 2015 like he was allowed to in 2013 so hopefully we see improvement in his offense. If he does anything like he did in 2013 you will be in great shape. I think your closers is probably your only weak point but even if one or two fall you can easily replace them and fortunately you have enough in case anything happens.
Your prospects are good, but none outside of Shipley are close to being in the majors. I like both Jackson, and Schwarber. I think Schwarber offensively moving fast in the minors if moved to another position
- Justin Justin Feb 20, 2015 8:47 AM Flag
Cespedes with that talented line up around him. You know what you are going to get from him but with Betts, and Castillo have a level of uncertainty around both.
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