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Rollins a good upgrade? WHIR

Postby tommo » Tue May 24, 2011 7:51 pm

Currently in a 12 Team H2H Points league with one keeper (Players eligible if drafted in 6th round or later) Is Rollins worth making a move for? It doesn't seem like I'll be able to get HanRam, Tulo, or Reyes without giving up more than I'm willing to. Any other suggestions if you don't think Rollins is a good enough upgrade? His owner said he'd probably accept McGehee and Escobar for Rollins. Thanks! ;-D

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C: Carlos Santana
1B: Joey Votto
2B: Martin Prado
3B: Jose Bautista
SS: Yunel Escobar
OF: Carlos Gonzalez
OF: Colby Rasmus
OF: Andrew McCutchen
U: Eric Hosmer
Reserves: Casey McGehee, Domonic Brown, Rafael Furcal

SP: Jered Weaver
SP: Roy Oswalt
SP: Shaun Marcum
SP: Jaime Garcia
SP: Jhoulys Chacin
SP: Jeremy Hellickson
SP: Kyle McClellan
SP: Homer Bailey
RP: Carlos Marmol
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Re: Rollins a good upgrade? WHIR

Postby ahcryky » Tue May 24, 2011 8:20 pm

I basically see this trade as McGehee for Rollins... Yunel is wire material........ I think it's a good trade for you, fills a need at SS for a bench player.
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Re: Rollins a good upgrade? WHIR

Postby billycent » Tue May 24, 2011 8:35 pm

Like this trade as well bench player for everyday starter. Rollins is having a solid year, on contending solid offensive team, contract year... do it. Hope this helps. Take a look at mine please?

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