I think Gonzalez is going to be a stud in Boston and Im looking to get him from a guy. He offered me Adrian and Hughes for my Choo and Jason Heyward?? Probably shouldnt give up this much?? Then he said Scherzer instead of hughes and still dont know. Should I do it with any of these options or should I go after Latos if he bites??
5x5 Roto 10 team Active Batters Barajas, Rod(C) LA Wieters, Matt(C) BAL Butler, Billy(1B) KC Utley, Chase(2B) PHI Reynolds, Mark(3B) BAL Castro, Starlin(SS) CHC Johnson, Kelly(2B) ARI Cuddyer, Michael(1B,OF) MIN Choo, Shin-Soo(OF) CLE Gonzalez, Carlos(OF) COL Granderson, Curtis(OF) NYY Heyward, Jason(OF) ATL Jackson, Austin(OF) DET Ellsbury, Jacoby(OF) BOS
Tejada, Miguel(3B,SS) SF Ramirez, Manny(OF) TB
Active Pitchers Billingsley, Chad(P) LA Broxton, Jonathan(P) LA Danks, John(P) CHW Hellickson, Jeremy(P) TB Kuroda, Hiroki(P) LA Lincecum, Tim(P) SF Liriano, Francisco(P) MIN Volquez, Edinson(P) CIN Wilson, Brian(P) SF
I would try to make the following trade: Gonzalez + Latos for your Heyward, Choo, and Hughes.
This would shore up your corner infield, which I think is weak in comparison to your current OF. You have much better options at OF to fill in the void that Heyward and Choo would leave. I think your SP staff needs some help. I see Latos as being a great #2 SP (like Scherzer, who I would not trade). I don't think Hughes has the same potential that Latos does.
amarlls wrote:Hes the one with Hughes. and I would substitute Latos for Hughes.. So it would be my Heyward and Choo for his Gonzales and Latos??
I certainly would have no problem with that. To be honest... I would probably go for the offer with Hughes as well. Given your team, I think adding Adrian would be huge, and you have depth in the OF to make the move. Basically, it looks like Adrian is yours... its just a matter of whats the best pitcher you can include in the deal. Thanks for the advice on mine.
Redmond_Square wrote:I would take the deal he offered and RUN! You got the OF depth to do it so go go go! YOU NEED A 1b BAD
I agree 100% here.
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