I would say Hafner was considered one of the top 5 sluggres prior to LAST
His homers dropped dramatically from 2006 42 homers to 2007 24 homers. His batting average, on base percentage, and slugging dropped pretty dramatically as well.
That said I think you would be crazy to even consider dropping him unless you're in a super shallow league (6 to 8 teams).
His numbers are clearly in decline. Last year was the first time in 4 years his on base percentage dropped below .400. .400 obp of course is pretty amazing, but my point is you can't really call him a top 5 slugger anymore.
Spectrum wrote:I sure wouldn't in my 12 team roto league...
In my opinion you'd have to be in a pretty shallow league to have to drop him.
Even then - he may not put up numbers that he has in the past but can we seriously stop talking about dropping a guy who was considered one of the top 5 sluggers prior to beggining the season??
I have him on my bench - but his recent numbers have made me consider putting him in. I'm giving him one more week.