gws226 wrote:I would be receiving Lind/Dunn. I was excited at this deal at first... but I got cold feet... Lind and Dunn weren't guys I had targetted on draft day where-as Morales and Lirano were.
Roto: 12 Team My team: C: Russel Martin 1B. Morales 2B. Pedoria SS: Alexi ramirez 3B: Arod IF: ARam OF: Braun, Sizemore, Hart UTIL: Juan Pierre Bench: Clement, Kyle Blanks, Desmond Jennings
SP: LinceK, Nolasco, Ben Sheets, MadMax, Tim Hudson, Ervin Santana, Liriano RP: Broxton, Nathan, Qualls
If you do this deal your OF would have to be the best or among the best in your league. I don't have to say anything about Braun, Sizemore should bounce back and Lind is a 30/100/.300ish OF. You have a nice 1-2 punch with Lincecum and Nolasco, and i have a personal vendetta against Liriano (who screwed me in more than 1 league). and Dun will hit 40 homers again with 100 rbis...but with a .006 avg. So if you don't mind that one avg hindering your team, i'm all for this deal.
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I'd take Lind and Dunn easily, which is simply the safest side. I'd say Lind is a better bet than Morales to knock in 30-35 HR while Dunn's power reliability is just the more desirable thing to have over an upside pitcher who has great stuff but has had struggles harnessing his command in Liriano.
Chuck up another yes vote. If you want to grab another SP to replace Liriano look and see if Shaun Marcum or Dustin McGowan are there in FA. Both are back and healthy and looking good so far in spring training for the Jays. I would drop Nathan to pick up one of those 2 also Jason Frasor should be out and will get the starting closing duties in Toronto - put up solid numbers in limited closing role last year. To get Frasor drop Blanks or Jennings