illadel illies wrote:i think this is one of the toughest points of drafting. when the run starts, jump on the train or go in a different direction. if you keep jumping on, you can end up with the 4th or 5th best player at every position (instead of the 1st or 2nd at some spots)
Good point. ;-D
For example, if you see all of the top Closers or Catchers go off of the board, grab a top player from your master player list.
Then wait a few rounds, and grab a 2nd or 3rd tier closer, or catcher.
If I feel that I am particularly weak in an area, I draft 1 or 2 extra players at that position, and hope that one of them comes through.
For example- if I don't get a top 5 2B, I'll wait and then grab Durham and Harriston in the middle to late rounds.