We keep three in this league--standard 12 team 5X5 yahoo roto except OPS instead of batting average.
My two no-brainer keepers are A-Rod and Matt Kemp.
Then it gets real dicey.
I think I may like Werth the best out of the three, but I despise the idea of essentially 'drafting' outfielders with 2 out of my first three picks.
V-Mart had a great year last year and is in that great Boston lineup, and he mashed for them after the trade.
Rollins was horribly painful to own last year, but he did hit 21 HRs with 30+ sbs. And SS' got a lot leaner with Reyes's issues. I swore I would never draft him again during the first half of the year.
My brain tells me Rollins, my heart tells me Werth, but right now I'm leaning towards V-Mart.
I'd go with Rollins. SS gets really thin, really quick. Much more depth in the OF. As for Martinez, there are lots of other 1st basemen I'd rather have, and several catchers that will end up with numbers close enough to him.
Even though people are more scared on V-Mart than I've ever seen this year in this thread, I'm not buying it.
I'm just thinking it's easier to get a catcher late than a SS, and with OPS in, I don't want the SS fliers later in drafts who tend to be uniformly fluffy legs: Escobar, Andrus, the Cabreras .... and so forth. Iannetta/Soto/Montero later? That works.