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Re: Buy low on HanRam?

Postby Devil Doc » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:53 am

It looks like it would be a Weaver for HanRam trade, which I think benefits you MORE. HanRam everyday player vs every 5 days you see Weaver. Not downplaying Weaver, but no way HanRam stays in this funk all year. You gain with Beachy while giving up Yunel. All while Escobar was in ATL was how much potential he had...well I'd give up his "potential" for Beachy any day of the week. Beachy looked great prior to getting hurt. He wasn't getting a whole lot of run support to start out, but has been a good assest to the Braves.

Weaver/Escobar for HanRam/Beachy is trade you should take.

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Buy low on HanRam?

Postby tommo » Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:16 am

He actually wouldn't be keeper eligible since he went in the first, but neither would Weaver (4th round).
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Re: Buy low on HanRam?

Postby tommo » Fri Jun 03, 2011 8:13 pm

The deal has been proposed as Hanley and Beachy for Weaver and McClellan. At least I'll get to keep Yunel for next week with 7 games against weak pitching. My only worry is how long I'll be without Hanley. I won't get anything from Beachy for at least 2 more weeks too, but I'll have Marcum, Oswalt, and Zimmerman all with 2 starts next week. I'm also a little worried about no longer having a true ace on my staff. Any last minute opinions?
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Re: Buy low on HanRam?

Postby sigriffey » Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:16 pm

As a Hanley owner, I sure hope he's not out too long. Part of me wonders if it might be worth just DLing him so he can sit out the next 8 days or whatever is left of a retroactive DLing and get right. I think if he is healthy he will produce. I think it could be worth the gamble if this is not something more severe than we are seeing.
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