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Re: Dependable top MR for 2008

Postby Syfo-Dyas » Tue Feb 19, 2008 4:01 am

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bleach168 wrote:Don't pick an MR until very late in the draft if at all. The turnover rate for quality MRs is very high. Guys like Betancourt, Okajima, and Joba could have been plucked out of free agency last year.

True. But not for very long. Okajima was owned by April.

Joba wasnt a FA very long after he wa added in any of my leagues.
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Re: Dependable top MR for 2008

Postby moochman » Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:04 pm

There are a few MRs who seem like locks to give quality innings across 3 cats: ERA, K, WHIP. Bell, Broxton, Betancourt, and Okajima for example. Target them in late middle rounds but be cuatious about lesser studs. It seems there is a lot of room for turnover and breakouts in MR. You might be able to grab a couple studly MRers off the wire as the season works itself out.
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Re: Dependable top MR for 2008

Postby ILoveBush » Fri Feb 22, 2008 7:49 pm

Are there injury concerns with Neshek? Anyone have any updates on him this spring training?
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Re: Dependable top MR for 2008

Postby Syfo-Dyas » Sat Feb 23, 2008 2:33 am

moochman wrote:There are a few MRs who seem like locks to give quality innings across 3 cats: ERA, K, WHIP. Bell, Broxton, Betancourt, and Okajima for example. Target them in late middle rounds but be cuatious about lesser studs. It seems there is a lot of room for turnover and breakouts in MR. You might be able to grab a couple studly MRers off the wire as the season works itself out.

I would add Marmol to that list.
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