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Pedrioa for Ellsbury

Postby dannahann » Mon Jun 06, 2011 8:35 am

12T mixed roto keeper 5x5. Keeper round (if applicable) is in parenthesis.

I was offered Ellsbury (2nd) for my Cano (NA) and am not inclined to do that trade. I was wondering if it might make sense to counter with my Pedrioa (NA) + Bloomquist for Ellsbury + Barlett. Neither WB or JB would be kept and are just basically back up SS for each of us. Am I selling too low on Pedrioa? I/m thinking I might be better off seeking a bonafide 1B instead but my OF could use help too.

My typical starting hitters:
2C -Santana and Olivo
1B - Dunn
2B - Cano
3B - Beltre
SS - Rollins
CI - Butler
MI - Pedrioa
5OF - Bruce Ethier BJUpton Kendrick (would move to MI) and Bay
U - Fk Gutierrez
B - Hawpe Bloomquist EYJr and Jesus Montero
DL - Wright
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Re: Pedrioa for Ellsbury

Postby ahcryky » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:54 am

Don't think it's a bad trade for you with Kendrick back. I might look to trade for a 1B though. Your OF isn't that bad and Dunn is terrible right now. 1B is a pretty deep position, so it would probably be able to package a deal with Pedroia to get a 1B.
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