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HOW LOW TO SELL FOR JOYCE??

Postby ajfool32 » Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:39 pm

14 team league, 12 x 12 categories:

I tried basically straight up trades for all top SP's I am interested in and got no bites . Need to pick up another starter now that Brett Anderson is out for at least 6 weeks and the FA market is very shallow. I have Kendrick and D. Young (who I think is going to start turning things around) to take over in LF and Jay Bruce in RF so I am looking to move Joyce while he still has some value.

Would you trade Joyce for Chad Billingsley??

Any ideas on other SP's I should attempt to acquire??

SP's now: CC, Oswalt, Marcum, Ian Kennedy, Matt Garza

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Re: HOW LOW TO SELL FOR JOYCE??

Postby baegames » Tue Jun 14, 2011 6:49 pm

Sure I would trade Joyce for Chad Billingsley. I wouldn't trade Bills for Matt Joyce however.

I think talking about Billingsley is too high to shoot for for Joyce (but if you can get it, go for it). Help with mine:

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Re: HOW LOW TO SELL FOR JOYCE??

Postby DattKemp27 » Tue Jun 14, 2011 7:45 pm

If you can get Billingsly yeah i'd go for it without a doubt. Mabye if you could buy low on Chris Carpenter i would go for it.

if you could help id be thankful
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