kab21 wrote: Decent pick but don't overrate LASIK and he's only been healthy for one week (don't jump the gun on that).
Oh I'm not, just mentioning it because it is true and we don't know what kind of effect it can have. Since this is talking about deep leagues he has values in daily lineups against lefties no matter what. Guys like Scott Hairston and Bill Hall who mash lefties but struggle against righties can have a lot of value in smaller roles in deep leagues.
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Right now, James McDonald has the lead for the Dodgers' #5 job. The Dodgers originally wanted McDonald to maintain a long relief role, but he's turning in the strongest audition by far. If Jason Schmidt is deemed fit enough, that could complicate McDonald's stay in the rotation, but it seems like he'll start out of the gate.
It's kinda like the Old Cafe - http://fbc2.freeforums.net
Kurt Suzuki's a great one! I was sure Rob Bowen would win the C job...
Back in reality, Jordan Schafer is looking like he could win the CF job for the Braves. Nothing has been announced yet, but if you have an open roster spot, he could go 15/15 this year (5 SB's this spring)
BitterDodgerFan wrote:schafer's been hot but if they can't trade josh anderson, they have to keep anderson since he's out of options.
Anderson's filler IMO, even if he starts at the beginning of the year, he's not a long-term option. I would guess that unless Schafer gets sent down and completely falls on his face in AAA, that he'd still be up part of the way through the year.