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Postby MadHatter » Mon Dec 16, 2002 6:30 pm

There is no way I would keep Kevin Brown. But he's still a name, so you could probably get a good middle-infielder in a trade. I agree about Griffey, though. He's just too talented and may decide to play to his potential. If he does, you want to be the guys who owns him.
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Postby jay » Mon Dec 16, 2002 9:56 pm

that'd be tough for me. i think josh phelps is gonna be great. You gotta keep jones though....but try to draft/trade for phelps!
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Postby HOOTIE » Wed Jan 01, 2003 3:30 am

MIKE I think Phillips is the easy choice, although i like Blalock. Phillips will start everyday, i doubt Hank does.

For your other team, keep Jones and JR and drop Moss. Moss is way overrated. He had shaky numbers in minors. Moss risk rate is very high. His 02 was smoke and mirrors. Had poor command, and a 23% hit rate thats headed north, he will be lucky to post a sub 4 era.
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Postby MikeeDee » Wed Jan 01, 2003 5:22 pm

I agree with you that Moss is a risk. I usually consider everyone that's in the top 5 of his position a no-brainer. Moss is problematic. We draft lefthanded starters seperately and I can't come up with 5 better lefthanders at this moment.
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