Looks like you need pitching so I'd be looking there for at least 2 of the 3. Cliff and Yovani both have top 10 potential. I doubt Hamilton/McCutchen make it to 101, but if so, either would make a nice #2 OF in a 14 teamer...
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Sure, Gallardo/Kershaw could be top pitchers, but with their control issues I'm not betting on it.
Jones is so overrated.
Jones- almost 20 home runs when he was injured half the year (and young enough for age growth + injury bounceback = late 20s HR), in a lineup that'll score a ton of runs (compare to Pittsburgh), can hit .300. I report, you decide.
HOOTIE wrote:Jones has a career .316 oba, and has a bad W/K ratio. I don't see him as a .300 hitter. McCutchen has a better W/K ratio, runs much more. Jones might hit a few more hrs.
BB/K isn't too important for fantasy (Justin Upton and Matt Kemp had a low ratio last year), and career numbers are overrated for a growing player. McCutchen might run more, but speed is cheap and Jones gets him in the other 4 cats. He's got more raw power in a much better lineup.