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Too many players on one team?

Postby Singles » Mon Mar 28, 2011 7:34 am

I have been offered Youkilis/Lester for my Wright/Hughes. I would definitely take accept this deal but I already own A. Gonzalez, Pedroia and Ellsbury. Would that be too many players from one team?
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It is a H2H league with 10 teams.

My team:
c. Montero
1b. Gonzalez
2b. Pedrioa
3b. Wright
SS. A. Ramirez
If. Dunn
Of. Stubbs
Of. Bruce
Of. Ellsbury
Of. Swisher
Ut. K. Johnson
ut. C McGehee
Bn. Mourn
sp. Sabathia
sp. Liriano
Sp. Hughes
sp. Cahill
sp. Nolasco
sp. Hellickson
Sp. Zimmerman
Sp. Lewis
rp. Thornton
rp. Gregerson

I know I have no closers. I am hoping I can move a starter down the line or scour the WW.
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Re: Too many players on one team?

Postby fishingmn » Mon Mar 28, 2011 8:02 am

I wouldn't worry about it. It's not like fantasy football where there is just 1 game per week and a bad game makes all the difference. Look at each player individually and decide based on their merits. Seems like a good trade.
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Re: Too many players on one team?

Postby avsfan4ever33 » Mon Mar 28, 2011 10:28 am

Yeah, I wouldn't be too concerned about having a lot of players from one team. Yes, if the team gets no-hit you'll have bad stats for that day, but over the course of the year you'll have better stats with Youk and Lester in your lineup versus Wright and Hughes.
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