i have to keep 10 guys for next year. standard scoring head to head league, but also with OPS, 2B, 3B, and TB for hitting- and Holds, CG, BB, and L for pitching. i "rebuilt" my team last year, or sacrificed the year to better my future prospects, but im looking to compete this year. most of the other teams in the league have rougly about 5 guys on their minor league roster. minor leaguers are yours for 2 years after the season they lose rookie elgibility (55 IP, or 150 AB's). 14 teams in the league, 25 man major league roster (minor leaguers not included in this). we get 2 minor league draft picks per year, but they are tradeable, as are normal draft choices. just throwing out as much info as i can to help.
im leaning toward:
c- geovanny soto
ss- stephen drew
2b- rickie weeks (yikes)
of -josh hamilton
the rest of the guys on my team with very small relevance (sadly) as keepers are: jayson werth, jason giambi, adam laroche, brett myers, jose arredondo (wish he was closing), joel hanrahan, chris perez, jeff samardzjia, fernando rodney
im also mulling keeping myers, or a closer, and dealing a SP for a draft pick. assuming i go with what i posted above, i feel like using myers 2nd half split stats and his previous career stats might be able to net me a draft pick, nothing too great though. werths HR/SB potential seems nice too, but i personally feel OF is the position you can always fill through late round fliers/sleepers, or waivers. i have some mlb ready minor leaguers too, so i could always deal someone like soto, but im not sure.
ill end the rant now, heres my minor league roster, the one thing i am proud to post
pitchers- clayton kershaw, adam miller, gio gonzalez, rick porcello. hitters- justin upton, matt weiters, cameron maybin, ian stewart, mat gamel, pedro alvarez, jason heyward, brandon wood, chris marrero, austin jackson, andy laroche, and bill rowell