I am in a deep 12-18 flex , mixed keeper league. If we keep less then 18 we get an extra draft pick. For example, if I kept 16 players instead of 18 players, I would get two picks in the 17th and 18th round, while the people who kept 18 players would start drafting in the 19th round.
I was offered Chris Davis, Chris Perez, a 26th and 27th round pick for my 19th round and 20th round pick. If I were to do this trade, I would keep both of them.
My Roster C Dioneer Navarro 1B Carlos Pena 2B Dan Uggla 3B Garrett Atkins SS Stephen Drew IF Jeff Keppinger LF Delmon Young CF Adam Jones RF Bobby Abreu OF Adam Lind Util Mike Jacobs Bench Colby Rasmus Travis Snyder Travis Hafner Carlos Guillen pitching Roy halladay Scott Kazmir David Price Clayton Kershaw Ubaldo Jimenez Andrew Miller Homer bailey Mark Buerhle Anibal Sanchez Tony Pena Taylor Buccholz
Right now my keepers without that trade woule Carlos Pena, Uggla, Atkins, Drew, Young, Jones, Abreu, Rasmus, Halladay, Kazmir, Price, Kershaw.
If I did that trade I would keep those and plus those 2 and I would 14 keepers. Which would mean I would be picking in the 15th round.
So you're essentially trading away your 13th, 14th, 19th, and 20th round picks for Davis and Perez? Davis is definitely worth it, hard to say with Perez. Would really help to see who else you could be taking in the 13th and 14th if you didn't keep these two.
Warrior24 wrote:We haven't selected our keepers yet, but some of the first picks last year included Clayton Kershaw, Jay Bruce, Colby Rasmus, and Zach Grienke.
And I'm only giving the 19th and 20th. I am recieving the 26th and 27th btw.
But if you don't take the deal, you pick in the 13th? So in essence you do 'lose' your 13th and 14th picks for these two. Love to have Davis at that price, but without knowing who else you're passing on it's hard to say what the best move would be. I'm leaning towards do it.