Guy offered me Daisuke for my Dunn? I have a little power to shed, and do need some better pitching
5X5 ROTO 10 team 29 Players with MI CI McCann, Brian C Molina, Yadier C Youkilis, Kevin 1B Utley, Chase 2B Figgins, Chone 3B Hardy, J.J. SS Cabrera, Orlando SS Jackson, Conor 1B Abreu, Bobby RF Dunn, Adam LF Hamilton, Josh CF Hawpe, Brad RF Wells, Vernon CF Encarnacion, Edwin 3B
Active Pitchers Danks, John SP Haren, Dan SP Lester, Jon SP Lidge, Brad RP Maholm, Paul SP Pelfrey, Mike SP Percival, Troy RP Street, Huston RP Volquez, Edinson SP Reserve Batters MLB Drew, J.D. RF Pierre, Juan Span, Denard RF Upton, B.J. CF
value wise i think they match up OK. Dunn is pretty much a lock for 40 HR along with good R/RBI, but his low AVG is a killer. Matsuzaka can be good, but i just wouldnt expect an ERA like 2008. i think hes going to end up with an ERA closer to 4 than 3. he will get alot of K and should get alot of W with Boston. i would say its good.
if you can include Wells and get someone like Burrell OR Ludwick thats probually better. Wells isnt going to hit as many HR even if healthy, and hes become injury prone recently. i would try that first. maybe go for Ludwick over Burrell, but expect a little less than what Ludwick did in 2008.
i would pass on Willingham. hes not starting right now for Washington as they are starting the season with Dunn/Milledge/Dukes. Giambi could supply some power, but low AVG. Blake wont help much with LA Thome is a good option for some power in Chicago Hafner should bounc eback, but im not sure. Kubel could have 20+ HR, but he could lose playing time in Minnesota with all the OF they have. i think the better 2 options there would be Giambi or Thome with Thome being the 1st option