Its my last pick, 25th rd, and i'm contemplating between Crede and Ginter.
Who will be better this season, the best breakout canidate?
12 Team Sandbox Fantasy Point League. Extremely Active...
(1620 game limit for offense, C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, 4 OFs X 162 games apiece, able to start 2 catchers to catch up on games missed in other positions)
C- M. Barrett
Util Inf-Ben Broussard
OF(start 4)-Bonds, Abreau, Edmonds, P. Wilson
SP(162 game limit)-Sheets, Harden, Maddux, Bonderman, Eaton, Thomson
RP(140 game limit)-Hoffman, B.J. Ryan
Bench-K. Matsui, M. Adams, R. Ibanez, R. Lopez, C. Pena
Run Scored (R)1
Base Hit (H)1
Home Run (HR)3
Run Batted In (RBI)1
Strike Out (K)-1
Hit by Pitch (HBP)1
Stolen Base (SB)2
Caught Stealing (CS)-1
Hit for the Cycle (HC)5
Each 1/3 Inning Pitched (IP)1
Blown Save (BS)-5
Hit Allowed (H)-1
Strike Out (K)1
Complete Game (CG)5
Complete Game Shutout (CGSO)10
Earned Run Allowed (ER)-1
Wild Pitch (WP)-1
Hit Batter (HB)-1
Complete Game No Hitter (CGNO)20
Perfect Game (PG)30
I think Jermaine Dye is the best OF, Brett Myers and T. Armas are two of the better pitchers...Jack Wilson, Casey Blake, Mondesi, Willy Mo Pena, Inge...
I think I like Ginter more then the rest as hes multipositional, and Crede just got into the mix from what ive read around here. Anyways my OF draft card is full due to a good deal of draft pick trades, so if I wanted an OF it'd be tougher.
With a 25th rd pick i'm not looking for the "safe route."
I'm just wondering if anyone thinks theres a better option...
This is something I found interesting about him:
White Sox hitting coach Greg Walker thinks he can fix Joe Crede by leveling out the third baseman's swing.
Walker said Crede was vulnerable to certain pitches because his swing had an uphill plane and came out of the hitting zone too soon. ''His timing had to be perfect to hit certain pitches,'' Walker said. ''Add to the fact that you lose confidence when you're scuffling and it gets worse.'' Crede might lose some power with his uppercut gone, but he could make up for it by making more consistent contact. Source: Chicago Tribune