If your league counts Ks you can't afford Wilkerson, conversation over.
If not and you have a strong enough average to eat his potential .250 average for the year, he is a must have. He will score 110+ runs, hit 25-35 HRs and a decent RBI total. He also qualifies at 1B, LF, CF and RF if your league has those spots. He's a scoring machine with good power that backs up 4 spots, can't beat that with a stick.
13 team 5x5 Roto,only 2 closers C Piazza 1B Berkman 2B Upton 3B ARam SS Furcal LF Burrell CF Rios RF Vlad Util Pierre Bench Markakis, Kinsler, Peralta, Kendrick DL SP Sheets DL,Kazmir,Hill,Pettite, Hernandez, Clemens,Shields RP Dempster, Reyes, Baez
200 K's and the guy doesn't even pitch. He's amazing!!!
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tomdoyle3 wrote:He's always k'd tons, but never quite this much.
Atleast he has been hitting some hrs lately.
Yah, a lot of K's. I think starting him at leadoff at the beginning of the year had something to do with it (too much pressure?), but he's been hacking!!! But I like the pace of 35 homers, 100 runs and 90 rbi's.
As DABegley put it, it's all about if your league counts K's. My league doesn't, it's a points league that doesn't take away with K's. Actually it favors homers, which is nice! I just picked the guy up with Pujols' injury, so I can't complain too much.