Thanks for all the help guys, its going to be tough deciding on my keepers. Looks like Braun, Pujols, and Grinke for sure. Just need to pick 2 from Quentin, Nolasco and JLopez. I usually shy away from keeping more than one pitcher, but Nolasco in the last round is great value.
^Thanks for the sig Soty!^ "When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider: God has made the one as well as the other..." Ecclesiastes 7:14 ΠKΦ
I'd go with Greinke, Nolasco, and Lopez. I'm bullish on Quentin myself and I think some of his injury risk is overblown although it is something to consider, namely the plantar fasciitis flaring up again. Lopez is a better value though, as you're basically getting Aaron Hill-like production for a last round bargain (let's say, 80 R/20-25 HR/95 RBI/.270-280).
I'd go three pitchers... If not, I do like Quentin of remaining players as well. Lopez is a good argument, but given some of the young talent this year, I am more than willing to gamble here than getting myself a player like Quentin.
AquaMan2342 wrote:On second thought, I'm definitely going with Lopez, Grienke and Nolasco. You're getting Lopez almost 13 rounds after he's being drafted and now that him and Figgins might be switching positions he'll provide value at second and third base, two very shallow positions. Quentin is too much of a health risk to overlook the value you are getting with Lopez.
I totally agree with AquaMan's statement (and the others before him). Lopez is a total steal for the 22nd round. Nolasco ain't to shabby either for the same round. You just don't know how Quentin will rebound this year.