I am in a 16-team full dynasty league and my team has been struggling out of the gate. I am considering dealing Tim Lincecum (as pitching is my strong suit) and I'm not sure if his value will ever be higher than it is this season. I've gotten a few offers for him already but I feel like he is being undervalued. I'd like your input on what you think he may be worth (either direct player comparison or some kind of other valuation measure). Here are some league details and details on my team:
We start 10 Ps (6 SPs, 4RPs) and 12 position players (C-3B, CI, MI, LF, RF, CF, 2U). We have 13 bench spots and 3 minors spots so the league is pretty deep. Scoring is fairly standard. My lineup is this:
C - Yadier Molina, 1B - Justin Morneau, 2B - Howie Kendrick, 3B - Mark Teahen, SS - Jason Bartlett, MI - Blake Dewitt, CI - Gordon Beckham, LF - Carlos Lee, CF - Denard Span, RF - Jay Bruce, U - Nate McLouth or Will Venable, U - Hunter Pence
SPs - Mat Latos, Adam Wainwright, Jonathan Sanchez, Edwin Jackson, Brian Matusz, John Lannan, Derek Holland, Luke Hochevar (also have minors SPs of Andrew Cashner, Simon Castro, Jordan Zimmerman, Mike Montgomery and Mark Rzepcynski)
RPs - Will Ohman, Brian Wilson, Evan Meek, Frank Francisco, Manny Corpas (Alfredo Simon on DL)
.... Notable names on my bench: Matt LaPorta, Brett Wallace, Jason Castro, Chris Iannetta, Chris Getz
So, as you can see, my pitching staff seems to be a lot stronger than my batters. What I'm looking to do is deal Lincecum to bolster my IF but I'm not really sure what to target and how much to ask for. I've been offered Troy Tulowitzki for him more or less straight up but I don't really think that is enough. Maybe I'm over-valuing here but I feel like he deserves to be mentioned in the Albert Pujols conversation (maybe not his equal but in that tier). Any input would be much appreciated.