i don't play in a league with a DH, but i wouldn't want to leave that spot empty everyday. is there absolutely no one available? cust, blalock, even travis snider? if your batting is strong enough to do that, then okay i guess. i just wouldn't play w/out having all my roster spots filled.
If I liked one of those SPs, it might be easier to make that move. I do like Wakefield more than Duke for the wins, and his other numbers are usually decent. But nobody there is worth jumping on immediately.
I don't see a better bat than Matsui, either, though I'm not very high on him. I'd probably hold onto him for a couple weeks and see if you see any improvement. With Nady out, he should continue to play. If the Yanks actually shut him down or he shows no improvement, then go with the hot pitcher in a few weeks.
I'm biased as a Yankee fan, but I'd hold onto Matsui. He's starting to have some decent ABs and is finally getting a few hits. Of course, those knees will be bothering him all year, which is going to cut his production some. But I see no reason he can't be an effective DH, especially in an 18-teamer.
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