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RP with SP Eligibility

Postby Eli » Sat Mar 22, 2008 4:35 pm

Anyone being targeted this year in the Yahoo leagues. We count holds and I only see one at the moment that is listed as RP/SP that may be worth picking up. J. Sosa

Any others?

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Re: RP with SP Eligibility

Postby jcde7ago » Sat Mar 22, 2008 4:41 pm

Check the forum first, there's a thread with this EXACT same title like 7-8 threads down.
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Re: RP with SP Eligibility

Postby dclark0699 » Sat Mar 22, 2008 4:45 pm

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Re: RP with SP Eligibility

Postby Snacks » Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:04 am

Here's a little research I did for another thread on the same subject:

"Here are a few (or a team) that I'm keeping my eye on - also I'm overlooking the obvious candidates (or trying) like Joba - these are mostly deep sleepers:
ROCKIES: Depending on how the rotation works out, MORALES could end up on the pen, also watch for TAYLOR BUCHOLZ - he could be a big surprise and will definitely be in the pen.
GIANTS: When (and if) Lowry gets back, either SANCHEZ OR CORREIA could be valuable.
METS: JORGE SOSA
LAA: I agree that Shields is on the outs, and when Lackey gets back I think that MOSELEY could be a solid Hold guy.
STL: If Isringhausen falters then Springer or Franklin might close, and depending upon how the rotation shakes out, THOMPSON could get some holds. (if he's not starting, if he is WELLMEYER might relieve)
TB: If he doesn't start and they don't send him down I like HOWELL.
HOU: Could get ugly, but CHACON. (update - he's starting)
PITT: See above, but KIM.
WASH: HANRAHAN - very good sleeper for Holds, maybe the best of the group especially if Ayala has problems, Hanrahan could be #2 on Nats after Rauch."

Again, I wouldn't draft any of the above, but they're the top SP's (Yahoo) that I think MIGHT get some Holds early - but if you are in a very competitive league and had the roster spots, I'd take a flier on Bucholz or Hanrahan. But by all means, if you find more, please let us know!

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