What the Rotoworld is suggesting is that you consider selling berkman the legend
now, just in case he becomes Berkman the myth.
Berkman went in the 8th & 14th rounds in my 2 most competitive leagues this year... For those of you that drafted him that late, and held onto him, you will surely benefit regardless of what road you take with him. (Im actually looking at the 14th round and wondering why the hell I didn't grab him..... edit: ahh Gagne already injured on my draft roster. )
Now that he is heathly (but still unproven) he will command a much higher value then someones 8th or 14th round picks. This is an opportunity for owners to lock in a safe value in return for him. If he busts you have excellent return value, if he goes about his usual you still got a competitive player in return without having to live with the risk that the berkman owner is taking.
I did this last year with one of my teams..... When preston came back, everyone was looking for that final playoff push. I forgot who I traded him for, but Im sure that player outplayed Preston the myth last summer.
I guess maggilo owners can relate to this method, because unforunately maggilio is out again, and has pretty much lost all value for the remainer of the year.
As for me, Im not going with Rotoworld's suggestion on this one, someone Waived Berkman a week ago (no clue why) and he will sit on my roster because he was a freebie for me