How much does Eric Milton's value increase now that he's pitching in less of a hitter's park for a antional league team? I think he could be a a solid #4 starter for many fantasy squads with the potential for some nice wins. Close to a $23 value. Any comments?
Considering Milton has never topped $17 and is coming off an injury, I think the low teens is the most I'd bid on him for; although, the man does have the ability to reach $23, but I don't think it would be prudent to expect that of him.
I think he could do well next year. Nice cheap pickup, or toward the end of the draft. Could pay nice dividends with minimal risk.
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Madison wrote:I think he could do well next year. Nice cheap pickup, or toward the end of the draft. Could pay nice dividends with minimal risk.
I agree here. Let someone else spend or take a high pick w/ him, but if he falls late or cheap in the draft, pick him up. The situation is better, and he's always had good stuff. Could be 15 wins w/ a good ERA(sub 4) and a decent whip(1.25-1.30)
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