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- justin l justin l Mar 5, 2012 10:43 AM Flag
He has only done it once. set career highs in runs, hrs, rbis, avg, sb, obp,slg. He had a solid year in 2009 and followed it with a subpar year in 2010. he isn't guaranteed. but with all things consider i would still do this trade.
- justin l justin l May 4, 2011 10:10 AM Flag
in my one league someone is trading away Cargo, and Verlander for Zobrist and Stubbs and i just cant understand it.
- justin l justin l May 4, 2011 10:09 AM Flag
i feel i am looking at a different trade then everyone else? Soto isnt even owned in every league. Reyes is doing great yes and Hanley is off to a poor start. But a month or two from now this is going to look such a steal. Berkman is hitting great in that Cards line up and is healthy. Plus is available at 1st and OF.
- justin l justin l Apr 15, 2011 11:53 AM Flag
i would do it. Kemp has steals over Agon but since you have Ichiro and McCutchen you will be good with the loss of the steals.
- justin l justin l Apr 15, 2011 11:49 AM Flag
i'd rather have Tex. he beats Butler every where offensively but K's and avg. And the upgrade of Tex in those categories makes it worth the downgrade in those two categories.
- justin l justin l Mar 29, 2011 1:54 PM Flag
Easily. Wright is one of the best 3rd basemans in baseball, and Hiroki Kuroda is an under appreciated pitcher. Only thing he ever lacks is wins and thats his teams fault, not his. and you can easily move Pedro for a good pitcher
- justin l justin l Mar 29, 2011 10:24 AM Flag
Yeah, it is pretty ridiculous. Besides the fact that HanRam is the best SS, and Youk is isn't even a top 5 option at 1st, and barely one at 3rd. HanRam is in his prime years, while Youk who has never played a full season. He is always hurt at some point in the season. And that 2008 season you mention for him was a career high for him in homeruns, RBI's, and Avg. His numbers an playing time have decreased every year since. HanRam beats out Youk is every offensive stat. Haren isn't even close to being enough to sway the balance. you are going to need to either offer your 1st and 3rd round pick or very least 2nd and 3rd round pick to come close IMO
- justin l justin l Mar 29, 2011 9:15 AM Flag
Luke Scott is a terrible player in April then a elite in May. Check his previous years. He kills it in May. I would either pick up Scott and have him ride the bench until May 1st or add Morse now, then wait until Late april and pick up Scott and drop Morse if he isnt doing anything for you.
- justin l justin l Mar 29, 2011 9:13 AM Flag
If you believe in Bautista then yes, do it. I personally don't so i don't think its a good idea. But i also think that Fielder is going to have a great year. Its just a matter of opinion. You addressed a weak issue on your team with a top ranked player at that position and getting Pence who is a good all around player. I personally would of gone for a guy like Wright. but thats just me. Freese and Wigginton are good back up options for 3rd base but not guys you want all season.
- justin l justin l Mar 14, 2011 11:46 AM Flag
The first trade is alot better, but with that said i wouldnt do either. the first trade is close but you can get a better 2nd player in that deal.
- justin l justin l Mar 1, 2011 9:48 AM Flag
I just remember with his (and the whole team) slow start last year you stayed loyal. I actually think they will do alot better this year. The talent is still there.
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