Currently, I have an interesting offer on the table. In our league, we keep between 5 to 10 guys with no time limits or costs other than the lost draft pick after the first 5, for which the talent pool is depleted so it's best to keep 10.
My Adam Dunn (and the opportunity cost of keeping Lackey, Joakim Soria, or Bobby Abreu) for Chad Billingsley and Billy Butler
Please review the stat cats carefully as thew impact value quite a bit. Since we count OPS, Dunn's value is greatly increased as he's an elite player in two categories, HR and OPS. I love Butler and think he's poised for a breakout, but the consistency of Dunn and the help he gives with OPS is hard to stomach. I guess it comes down to how you all feel Billingsley. Anyone have any updated information on his health?
Offensive Categories: BA, OPS, RBI, HR, SB and Runs Scored. (Start: C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, OF, OF, OF, UTIL)
Pitching Categories: W, S, ERA, K/IP, Quality Starts minus Losses, and WHIP (Start: 5 SP, 3 RP)
6x6 weekly HtH 14 team roto keeper (between 5 and 10 keepers (no time limits or costs), losing a draft pick for each after 5)
My Keepers before the trade (and after):
Adam Dunn (Billy Butler)
John Lackey (Chad Billingsley)
Minor Leaguers (Keep 5): Julio Borbon, Cameron Maybin, Jaff Decker, Lonie Chisenhall, Marc Rzepczynski, Jonathan Niese, and Carlos Carrasco
Thank you in advance and WHIR, as always.