A) Always pay attn to BA..
B) Fill that infield first .. If ya don't get a 1B in the first round, wait till the fifth or sixth.
C) Pitching and Bullpen next. Look for K's and a good team. Leave a few roster spots open.
D) Then OF .. you are going to be amazed at how many quailty bats will be waitng for you here.
E) Lastly pitching sleepers .. Rookies or Risk/Reward type of guys. Maybe even a closer sleeper like Herges for this year. Last year, my very last pick was Todd Worrell. That sure turned out nice.
Follow that simple strategy, and I promise you, you will be competetive all season. Outfield and Pitching are always deep
Winning, well that depends upon your in-season management abilities. The draft just puts you in the game
ooops.. forgot to add..
F) Injury ...always, always, always, avoid players with an injury "History". An injury "History", IMO, is any player with "3" or more inuries, dings or blisters, anything that caused him to miss a signifcant amout of time, over the last 4 or 5 years. "3" out of "4" is my limit. I won't play with those toys anymore. They are broken.
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