I read something the other day that was talking about Jose Tabata and how he is undervalued in points leagues. What do you guys think?
Also, should I drop any of my pitchers for Ian Kennedy? He's playing for a losing team but still enticing. NOTE: I can only have 6 SP & 3 RP so I'd have to drop a SP.
C Alex Avila 1B Albert Pujols 2B Neil Walker 3B Alex Rodriguez SS Jose Reyes OF Andre Either OF Colby Rasmus OF Bobby Abreu OF Jose Tabata DH Travis Hafner UTIL Jed Lowrie
BN Mike Stanton BN Gordon Beckam BN Maicer Izturis BN Delmon Young BN Ben Zobrist
DL Victor Matinez DL Rajai Davis
P Jhoulys Chacin P Jordan Walden SP Jon Lester SP Jered Weaver SP Francisco Liriano SP Hiroki Kuroda SP Jaime Garcia RP Brian Wilson RP Kyle Farnsworth
Singles-1, Doubles-2, Triples-3, Home Runes-5, Walks-1, Runs Scored-1, RBI’s-2, Stolen Bases-2, K’s- -2, Hits-1, Hit by Pitch-1, Sacrifices-2, Game Winning RBI-4, Caught Stealing--2, Ground into Double Play--1, Hitting for Cycle-20, Grand Slam-7, Outfield Assist-1, Errors-1
C: Miguel Montero 1B: Albert Pujols 2B: Martin Prado 3B: Aramis Ramirez SS: Jimmy Rollins OF: Ryan Braun OF: Colby Rasmus OF: Jayson Heyward Util: Mark Teixeira Util: Jose Tabata B- Shin-Soo Choo (OF) B- Asdrubal Cabrera (OF) DL- Domonic Brown (OF)
SP- Tim Lincecum SP- Cole Hamels RP- Jose Valverde RP- Fransisco Rodriguez P- Joel Hanrahan P- Mitchell Boggs P- Jordan Walden P- Kyle Farnsworth
B-Max Scherzer B-Ryan Madson B-Brandon League B-Sergio Santos DL- Johan Santana DL- Johnny Cueto]
SO basically, yes, he has been great. But he is on a downward trend recently. In my format, if you can get 3ppg from each position for the season, you're in line to be a champion. 3ppg is essentially what you shoot for. Currently Tabata is at 3.2ppg, so he's been a solid option for me. Keep riding it unless this current slump drags out over a long period of time.