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Anybody selling Doc Halladay?

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What would it take for you to give up Doc?

2nd Round Talent: Ichiro, Soriano, M. Cabrera, Sheff, etc.
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75%
3rd Talent: Teixeira, Edmonds, Carlos Lee, Etc.
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25%
4th Round Talent: M. Young, Chavez, Jeter, Mora, etc.
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Anybody selling Doc Halladay?

Postby Titanic Grizzlie » Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:11 pm

He has been absolutely phenomenal this year, and certainly was a steal for all of us who got him in 9th round. But is anybody selling him based on the amount of work he has gotten in the first half. His pitch counts have normally been around 100-110 even in his CGs. So I don't see what big deal is. This question is more based on a 5x5 where CG is not a Category.

The point is though that many of us halladay owners are getting some pretty lucrative offers for this guy based on his performance in the 1st half. The general consensus that I have seen around here is that he practically an "untouchable" player. When is the PRICE RIGHT?
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Postby reznorsboy » Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:36 pm

Cy Young numbers this year which make him very valuable!!It would take alot for me to trade him.
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Postby blankman » Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:39 pm

Sorry, but I think you've really got your player lists messed up in reference to round. Edmonds in the 3rd? And Jeter all the way back in the 4th?
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Postby titanut » Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:47 pm

I wouldn't trade him unless I was loaded in SP, and weak with bats.
It would take a second round talent to get him. I'd look for someone
weak in SP and strong in hitting-who would not be likely to catch me
in the pitching categories.
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Postby blankman » Wed Jun 15, 2005 7:59 pm

I simply wouldn't look to trade him. It'd take a 1st rounder or maybe a second at this point.
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Postby cookman » Wed Jun 15, 2005 9:26 pm

Yeah, it'd probably take upper-2nd to lower-1st round talent to move him. He's putting up a Cy Young season, and he won it two years ago so his numbers aren't a fluke (like Garland and Rogers). I drafted him in the sixth round and was shocked he fell that low, and I expected him to return to form. I just traded him and Dunn and got Pujols in one league I'm in.
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