How many can you have on your DL? I almost wanna say drop the guy on the DL, put Rollins there and then pick up Drew. I have the same situation, except I already have Drew. I have been switching Rollins and Drew back and forth basically when Rollins is off I put Drew in his spot, otherwise Drew is my UTIL player.
Tom Emanski AllStars wrote:that was the initial plan when i drafted him. i was hoping both votto & berkman would have good years and I could trade to the highest bidder; I stil feel inclined to do that.
F.Morales to me doesn't hold has much value as berkman, I could also always drop one of works in progress SPs (Sheets, Peavy, Liriano)
appealling other FA (not SS):
Ryan Ludwick Brian Roberts Hideki Matsui Delmon Young Josh Willingham
It seems to me like you made up your mind for yourself. Drop Morales, pick up Drew. Drew has been producing decent numbers thus far and will be a good stand in for Rollins for sure.
by Tom Emanski AllStars » Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:37 pm
sheets has walked quite a bit, but he still hasn't the chance to be the "diamond in the ruff". And we all know the A's turn out some quality fantasy pitchers. (especially with their home park)
Liriano was one my few bright spots last week (although after reviewing my pitching performances this year, that's not really saying much)
Peavy has been getting shelled
I like Roberts/Drew/Ludwick,
and I really think F.Morales is the one to drop. Street is on the track to come back, albeit slow by some standards. F.Morales has converted 9/10 save opportunities dating back to July 2009, but none of that matters when Street comes back.
Roberts could help me in SB, but would tie up a roster spot with Berkman still on the DL