Bloody Sox wrote:He's been the ideal platoon guy to go along with Granderson and Duncan. I've been rotating the three of them into two OF spots and it couldn't be working any better.
I am doing the same thing - rotating Granderson, Hawpe and Bradley among 2 OF spots. Considering what I paid for these guys, the results have been phenomenal. A composite is like .300/20/15 over the season for each of 2 OF spots, which is nothing to sneeze at.
In leagues that allow daily line-up changes and give you a few bench spots, I have always gotten great value of playing match-ups with L/R splits and the occasional Home/Road split. It is like the MR strategy in pitching but less well-known.