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Re: 12 team, H2H, 5x5 - Had 7th Pick. How does it look? WHIR

Postby Hit Factory » Thu Apr 09, 2009 9:56 am

I dont mind the Utley for Cabrera swap, however I do not like Cliff Lee at all, he might turn it around and put together a nice season or he could tank. I would not take the risk, you could probably get a solid pitcher in return if looked to deal him. The Victorino/Cain trade is shaky as well, Doumit has had 1 good season and I think Victorino will put up similar numbers but with 40 stolen bases! The Harden for Cain aspect is interesting, Harden is terrific if healthy...the guy is really fragile. Cain is a nice pitcher as well but is on a terrible team thus affecting his win totals. I guess I would rather have Harden but the Doumit for Victorino part of the deal is a mistake imo.
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