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Re: Catcher ranking debate

Postby oddmanout7 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 6:24 pm

AquaMan2342 wrote:
oddmanout7 wrote:I like Santana this year if you can get him later. Also I think Wieters will bounce back a bit. Maybe not set the world on fire, but the potential is there to be very good and provide a good return. If those two go higher than I want, Arencibia is probably another good option as previsouly mentioned in the threat. Great power, could hit 20+ HR, but his average could be anywhere from Carlos Pena to Ryan Howard. (ie. .220-.260)


You're like obsessed with the young, hot prospect type lol


I see it as drafting a young player whose may have some upside, or waiting until late to pick up a Suzuki type of player who isn't much above the replacement level player available on WW. It may cost you a bit more, but at least you have a chance at production, and at the 100+ pick range, it is worth the gamble IMO.

Buster is going too early for my tastes, so I don't like ALL young catchers. :^ :-b
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