I am in a 10-team, head-to-head league with fairly traditional scoring (we do count Ks as -1). We are able to keep 3 position players (no more than 1 at any one position) and 1 pitcher. I am keeping Pujols as 1 position and Halladay as my pitcher. The dillemma comes with the other 2 position keepers. Here are my choices: - Dustin Pedroia, BOS - Troy Tulowitzki, COL - Mark Reynolds, ARI - Robinson Cano, NYY - Grady Sizemore, CLE
This is probably what I would take but Pedroia is tempting. It would be nice to already have 2nd and SS full but Sizemore should have more value and that is really what you should be looking at not position scarcity.
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Strokin Shortstop wrote:Tulo for me is a given, but I am struggling between Sizemore and Pedroia. It sure would be nice to not have to concentrate on the middle infielders in the draft, but Sizemore has so much upside.
Any other ideas?
Pedroia is overrated in my book.
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