B-Chad wrote:Yeah I'd suggest knowing that before you draft him... the idea with hitters like that is that you let someone else draft them, get frustrated and buy low (Aubry Huff for example... or in this case LaRoche). It's kind of like the opposite of fast starters, draft 'em for value cause likely they end on a low note and fall in drafts and when they start off hottmove them (formerly Mike Lowell for example).
good point there.
still if you drafted him you must stick with him. he will produce. just wait, and keep him on the bench for the time being.
you woudnt dump Soriano would you. He is hitting .200 with zero HR.