who would you give up between these 3? here is my roster
hitting stats are r,hr,rbi, sb, avg,ops, C Russell Martin (LAD - C,3B) 1B Albert Pujols (StL - 1B) 2B Orlando Hudson (LAD - 2B) 3B Marco Scutaro (Tor - 2B,3B,SS) SS Michael Young (Tex - 3B,SS) OF Carlos Beltrán (NYM - OF) OF Matt Kemp (LAD - OF) OF Nate McLouth (Pit - OF) Util Torii Hunter (LAA - OF) SP CC Sabathia (NYY - SP) SP Jake Peavy (SD - SP) SP James Shields (TB - SP) SP Armando Galarraga (Det - SP) RP Francisco Cordero (Cin - RP) RP Matt Capps (Pit - RP) P Ted Lilly (ChC - SP) P Joe Saunders (LAA - SP) P Ryan Franklin (StL - RP) BN José López (Sea - 1B,2B) BN James Loney (LAD - 1B) BN Johnny Damon (NYY - OF) BN Jon Lester (Bos - SP) BN Roy Oswalt (Hou - SP) DL John Lackey (LAA - SP)DL
Sorry I totally phrased the question. I basically have 2 spots. Between those 3.. which 2 would you keep based on my roster.. I'm having dilemas on whether J. Lopez will ever heat it up in seattle.. I'm thinking my ss/3b area is weak, hence why i'm wondering if peralta is a good ss. and i could move m young to 3b...
Come on folks, Scutaro is not going to keep this up all year! He is Mr. Consistent at hitting .270 a year with a handful of HRs and a couple of stolen bases thrown in. He is not going to change anything at the young age of 32 (or however old he is) unless he has suddenly become a new client of some new BALCO lab. He is what he is, that being a fine utility in real life and a poor player in fantasy circles. It's only two weeks into the season, sit back and watch his numbers correct themselves. Give me Lopez or Peralta any day over him.