Bwanna wrote:I'm afraid I'd rue the day I paid $2 for a 30-year-old .235 lifetime batting average before last year. It might be a wash between not starting a catcher and letting Buck suck points out of my batting average.
Of course, I overpaid by about 90 cents but I just wanted to say that I got John Buck for a buck! And ... I was hoping somebody else might have taken him off of my hands. Looking like my Kouzmanoff play of last year. Well at least it only cost me a buck.
A buck for a Buck is a better deal than some of the players currently on my roster
Well ... if we drafted perfect winning rosters every time it wouldn't be much of a challenge - or much fun.
“We're looking for a really solid year out of Esteban. It doesn't have to be his best year as long as it's not his worst. Somewhere in the middle, we'll be happy.” (Billy Beane)
Reminder, this is the max you have to bid for _one_ player. If you're the top bidder on multiple players the total amount your can spend goes up $1 for each player because you're eliminating a spot to fill. E.g., micro TD can bid $32 if he's only winning one bid. If he's winning two bids, he can spend $33, etc.
ayebatter wrote:Boomer, as one who hasn't done much to gather up saves, I appreciate your efforts to devalue the save stat by buying up every closer that you can.
I haven't devalued the save stat at all. It's worth a max of 12 roto points like every other category, and everyone will be placed on it 1-12 like every other category. Let me know if you want some points boss.