None of those options are too thrilling, but I guess I could see giving Lee or Ibanez a shot, since they've both been hitting better lately...probably Ibanez, as he's been really solid the last couple weeks. Is Luke Scott available? If so, I'd probably pick him up over the other choices.
Not sure if you're better off with one of those instead of Wallace though. Probably a better chance at HRs, if thats the main thing you're seeking.
Yeah, I think Wallace will come back to earth big-time. He'll probably still provide a decent average, but probably not above the .270-.280 range. And if you're looking for power, I dont think Wallace will give you much. maybe 10-15 HRs the rest of the season.
Trumbo has more power, but the AVG and OBP will not be good.
I see Ibanez and Lee out-producing both of these guys, assuming they can stay healthy.
This is the team I drafted ... and I wasn't thrilled with it at all. I'm currently in 9th place and paying for the early slumps. Nonetheless, I got to work. I traded away a lot of the headaches, but as you can see, I REALLY had the move things around to not be burried even more. My utility used to be great, but I was much weaker at the positions and SP, so I am happier with the tradeoff. Still kicking myself for dropping Berkman though in week 1. But can't always make the right move all the time.
ORIGINAL TEAM I DRAFTED (* means contract year keeperwise): C K. Suzuki 1B A. Dunn* 2B G. Beckham 3B E. Longoria* SS D. Jeter OF C. Crawford* OF J. Ellsbury OF A. McCutchen UT M. Stanton UT C. Granderson UT G. Sizemore BN B. Harper BN L. Berkman BN T. Wigginton
SP F. Hernandez SP T. Lincecum SP B. Anderson RP C. Perez RP B. Lyon P U. Jimenez* P R. Soriano P D. Braden BN J. Vazquez BN S. Strasburg