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Postby saemick » Fri Apr 08, 2011 1:55 pm

Didn't draft a 2B till late and grabbed Raburn. Thought I did well, but that was before the season started and now it seems like he must have slept with Leyland's wife or something b/c he never seems to play. So, anyway, i could use a little upg at 2b. here's what's available:

Callaspo (LAA - 2B, 3B)
Wilson Valdez (PHI - 2B, SS)
O-Cabrera (CLE - 2B, SS)
Luke Hughes (MIN - 2B)

and here's my roster:

14-team 5x5 H2H Yahoo! NON-KEEPER league
c: Soto
1b: Miguel Cabrera
2b: Raburn
ss: Andrus
3b: Zimmerman
OF: Justin Upton, Chris Young, Jose Tabata
Utl: Ibanez, Encarnacion
BN: Ka'aihu, Fowler
SP: Hamels, Billinglsley, Volquez, Ian Kennedy, Cueto, McDonald, Harang, Guthrie, Beachy
RP: Valverde, Perez, Peralta
Stat categories: Hitters: R, HR, RBI, SB, BA Pitchers: W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP

any of these guys worth picking up? if so, who & who to drop?
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Re: Need a better, WHIR

Postby avsfan4ever33 » Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:14 pm

I wouldn't grab any of those guys over Raburn.
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Re: Need a better, WHIR

Postby redsoxsucker » Fri Apr 08, 2011 3:53 pm

Neither would I...maybe you can trade one of your SP if someone like Harang/Guthrie has another good start along with Rayburn for an upgrade...

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