thx for mine. i like your greinke deal, getting holliday.
not sure i like the mccutchen deal, as no one else on your team really runs other than BJ (kinsler won't as much due to ankle), so i assume you might be punting steals a bit until ellsbury comes back?
heyward for ellsbury makes sense as you have good power and jacoby will fill in SBs you could lose with mccutchen.
so, IMHO, your trade record was 2-1 here.
smart to deal soriano while he's healthy and hitting bombs, because we all know he'll get hurt again and you need a SS upgrade. cabrera has been okay, but just okay...(i own Alexei myself and he's the epitome of mediocrity. hate him)....that said, i think you'd be giving up too much losing ethier, too...see what you can get leveraging soriano's recent power surge alone first.
Both of those trades would help you out immensely, but I can't imagine that anyone would accept either one. Alfonso Soriano is fantasy deadweight. Trying to move him for some of the players you are reaching for is futile, unless the guys you play with are morons.
I like the Holliday deal, don't like the Heyward/Ellsbury deal (the kid is a stud, rookie or not), understand the VMart deal.
I think you need to focus on getting a SS. I don't know that you are going to be able to get Reyes for Soriano, but maybe you can get Rollins given that he'll be out a total of 6 weeks. I'd keep trying there. The Liriano/Upton deal isn't bad at all, but I'd try to upgrade at SS first if I could. Thanks for the help on mine.
I think those trades are pretty even, but fit your team well. I wouldn't trade Soriano/Ethier. You have Holliday and Soriano has looked great recently. He's a player I would want to hold onto until we can get more insight into how he will play this year.
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