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Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby jweb2244 » Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:44 am

I was offered Uggla, Bourne and Marmol for Halladay...is that a good deal?
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Re: Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby fast dogs » Tue Apr 26, 2011 1:19 pm

In an extremely large league where you are starting part time players it might be close to ok. For just about everyone else its not enough
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Postby mixmastamikal » Tue Apr 26, 2011 1:21 pm

You also have to look at who will have to be dropped to accommodate these players...... also what does the rest of your pitching staff look like?
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Re: Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby jweb2244 » Tue Apr 26, 2011 1:28 pm

It is a very deep league (NL Only) where starting lineups include players who don't even play (in my case Fred Lewis, currently on DL, and Eric Young, currently in Minors), so essentially no one would have to be dropped.

As for pitching, my SP's are Marcum, Garza, Jurgens, Kennedy and Westbrook, and my only closer is K-Rod.
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Re: Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby BigBlueBomber » Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:10 pm

I'm not sure if you are deep enough in your pitching even with Doc let alone if you trade him. I would sub Bourne for another SP if he's willing to offer a good option but if not stand pat. You could probably get a better offer from him later in the year.
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Re: Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby whofox » Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:13 pm

Halladay's been throwing a ton of cutters this year, thus the rise in K/9. I'd be hard pressed to give him up.

You can always get analysis of these offers by posting them at TradeBashers.com. You can input the players involved and league details and the community votes on the trade. In the end you see exactly what percent of managers prefer one side and what percent prefers the other. Adds some good numbers to a topic, trade offers, that is usually dealt with as almost entirely subjective.
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Re: Is this enough for Halladay? (WHIR)

Postby BiGAnT » Tue Apr 26, 2011 2:16 pm

IMO thats not enough...this is Roy Halladay we're talking about here, I would expect a studly package...Marmol aint gonna get you enough saves if Dempster and Zambrano continue to post 7 ERAs, they'll never win haha...Uggla is obviously good but you're settling if you take him because of the risk associated wit his month-long slump (which shouldn't keep up but still nonetheless) and possibly the new team playing into his not doing so well right now, and Bourne will get you SB but again, its not worth it in the end so i would advise against this trade (of course know that I am a die-hard Phillies fan, but even looking at it from the perspective of strictly a baseball fan I would still say no) Good luck!!



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