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Jason Kendall vs Brandon Inge

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Postby thehat » Sun May 08, 2005 8:48 pm

lbbaseball14 wrote:I picked Inge up off waivers and nobody in my league barely even knows who he is so Kendall and Inge both really have no trade value.


Your comment that Inge would have no trade value is reflective only of your league, which it's safe to assume is not especially deep. In leagues with 12+ teams, it's a different story as catchers become a much more valued commodity.
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Postby 9er Fan » Mon May 09, 2005 12:39 pm

sammyfan711 wrote:Inge qualifies at so many positions he is a perfect utility man. I wouldn't drop Kendall because he plays almost every day and will help in runs and avg. I would keep them both and play Inge over Kendall until he cools down.

Inge does qualify for several positions, but I like him a lot better as a catcher than a 3B/OF. Still, I'd keep him over Kendall; better lineup, more ABs playing every day, higher ceiling...
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