dleoboyd wrote:From a keeper perspective I'm going to grab the best, young guys whose positions make them even more appealing:
1. Ryan Zimmerman 2. Matt Wieters 4. Troy Tulowitzki
With that being said, nothing on Chris Davis?
Chris Davis certainly has some big-time power potential. His extremely low CT% coupled with a low BB% give me cause for concern. He's not likely to hit for average with that poor combo and I think it also limits him his power to 30 HRs, rather than the 40 he could probably hit if he could get his CT% up to 80 or improve his BB% into the 12-15% range. Davis also looks like he won't be able to cut it at 3B, making him a bit less valuable across the diamond.
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I'd still take the best player on the board in spite of a logjam at OF and that's the case with Markakis and Bay. Then, Youkilis would be my third choice as that should give you some flexibility and perhaps Chris Davis will fall to you.
I think given the OF you have, each one of them should net you no worse than Aramis Ramirez or Justin Morneau should you want to target a 1B.
If i had your team i would have traded crawford yesterday, everyone on ur team swipes some bases so i think crawford is expendable....mayb for a pitcher or a 1B, draft Bay or Kakis..and wait on chipper atkins or zimm in the next round.