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Depends on how many keepers and number of teams. Alex Jackson may be good, but he is not going to play for 2,3 years and another extra year will probably be needed for him to put up fantasy worthy numbers, so you are looking at 3,4 years of him sitting on your bench. I personally like Ventura, but Lester is more valuable. So, if it's a deep league with NA slots this trade is pretty fair, but if it's a shallow league I take Team B in a heartbeat.
I like the Rizzo Meso side.
If Santana is your catcher, you would be left with no one there next year as Santana is switching to 3rd.
Also, Rizzo is going to be hitting in a dynamite lineup for years to come, which will boost his value greatly.
I'd go with Rodon. I've heard comparisons to Chris Sale and you wouldn't be able to compete even with Yasmani. Nice team you got there though.
Should I drop Gose for ARod in a dynasty? Gose is still young and he could put up Dee Gordon like numbers in the future,and I'd only get 1 or 2 years of production out of ARod, but he is really raking right now. Or should I drop Belt, Moss, Morales, Inciarte, Moustakas or Kiermaier?
I used one tenth on my budget on Josh Hamilton because I mistook him for Mike Trout(call me stupid, but he was nominated 1st and I was a little distracted). That said, I think I did a pretty good job.
12 team roto league with OPS and HLDs
C Russel Martin
1B Eric Hosmer
2B Howie Kendrick
3B Todd Frazier
SS Jose Reyes
CI Xander Bogearts
MI Mookie Betts
RF George Springer
OF AJ Pollock, Wil Myers
Util Steven Souza, Johnny Peralta
BN JOSH HAMILTON#$%$)
SP Jake Arrieta, Masahiro Tanaka, Stephen Strausburg, Homer Bailey, Danny Salazar, Lance Lynn, Micheal Wacha, Ian Kennedy, Jered Weaver, Mike Fiers
RP Hector Rondon, Brad Boxberger, Jake McGee, Joe Smith
The fact that Hamilton was the player I spent most on haunts me, because I could have gotten another stud with the budget that I use for him... but what do you guys think?
- Reply to Rick Feb 16, 2015 8:40 AM
BTW it's a 12 team league
Think I solved the problem nicely without losing a lot of value
Adam Jones, Braun and Howie
Dee Gordon, Brantley, Justin Upton
I think I gained close to 50 steals in this trade
In my dynasty league, we have 3 NA spots, and I currently have Fransisco Lindor, Noah Syndergaard and Jameson Taillon.
Even with the NA spots, there are still a couple of prospects left to be picked up, and I am wondering whether I should drop Taillon(or one of my other prospects, but I am leaning towards Taillon) for any of them.
Of course, I am looking for high upside players, but at the same time I value players that will be called up this year. Since there are so many prospects available, I think I should stash prospects that will make an impact this year, as I can just pick up another one that is just as good when my prospects are called up.
All that said, who do I pick up, or do I keep my 3?
Cutch, Abreu, Sale, Strausburg are easy picks, than it gets harder. I would keep Harper for your 5th, and go with Fernandez for your 6th. For your 7th, you can't really go wrong with Bryant, Harvey or Dickerson, but I would go with Dickerson. But as I said, you will be fine with any of those 3.
12 teams, here is my roster
RF Joey Bats
Util Springer, Kipnis
BN Xander Bogaerts, Micah Johnson, Oswaldo Arcia
SP Scherzer, Arrieta, Anibal Sanchez, Aaron Sanchez, Micheal Pineda, Jake Odorizzi, Jose Fernandez, Kevin Gausman
RP Rosenthal, Cody Allen, Steve Cishek, Sean Doolittle, Andrew Miller
NA Jameson Taillon, Noah Syndergaard
In a keeper league, I wouldn't let him go after 40, and I think some would take him around 15 or 20, but 25 is the place to go IMO.
20 team H2H league
Batters Stat Categories: Runs (R), Hits (H), Doubles (2B), Home Runs (HR), Runs Batted In (RBI), Stolen Bases (SB), Walks (BB), Total Bases (TB), Fielding Percentage (FPCT), Batting Average (AVG), On-base Percentage (OBP), Slugging Percentage (SLG), Extra Base Hits (XBH), Stolen Base Percentage (SB%), Double Plays Turned (DPT)
Pitchers Stat Categories: Innings Pitched (IP), Wins (W), Complete Games (CG), Saves (SV), Strikeouts (K), Batters Grounded Into Double Plays (GIDP), Holds (HLD), Earned Run Average (ERA), (Walks + Hits)/ Innings Pitched (WHIP), Strikeouts per Walk Ratio (K/BB), Strikeouts per Nine Innings (K/9), Winning Percentage (WIN%), Hits Per Nine Innings (H/9), Walks Per Nine Innings (BB/9), Quality Starts (QS)
1B Matt Adams
3B Eric Campbell
3B Cory Spandenberg
SS Alexei Ramirez
SS Jed Lowrie
LF Justin Upton
RF David Murphy
BN Miguel Sano
SP Ian Kennedy, Liriano, Jose Quintana, Smyly, Collmenter, Mike Minor, Anthony DeSclafani, Noah Syndergaard
RP Jean Machi, Tommy Hunter, Tom Wilhelmsen, Dale Thayer, Carlos Torres
As you can probably see, I went batters early and pitching late. I had computer difficulties and autopick filled up my RP slot with #$%$ and left no one at 3B, but other than that I think I have a solid team. Since most of the pitching categories are ratios, I figure I can split pitching with my RPs and win the batting categories.
What are your thoughts?
YOU wake up Strong.
I never stated that Soler is more valuable than Yelich. The only thing I said in my post is that Soler has more power than Yelich.
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