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Ogando and ethier for agonz?

Postby cnapzzz » Sun Jun 26, 2011 2:44 am

Is this a good deal im in a 12 man head to head league no keeper just 1 year my staff after would be felix hamels josh johnson Blackburn peavy hughes lohse and I have a free bench spot also
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Re: Ogando and ethier for agonz?

Postby SleuterBomber » Sun Jun 26, 2011 5:34 am

Yes. A Gonz is going bezerk and could end up the best fantasy player this season. Your pitching isn't exactly great but I wouldn't expect Ogando to keep this up forever. You get the best player in the deal by far. Definitely pull the trigger on that.
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Re: Ogando and ethier for agonz?

Postby Skimo77 » Sun Jun 26, 2011 10:51 am

I would do this trade in a millisecond. Ogando is burning out, he's never pitched more than 41 major league innings in a season, and he's already at 90 and showing major signs of breaking down. If the owner of Adrian Gonzalez is dumb enough to do this trade, you are a lucky dude!
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Re: Ogando and ethier for agonz?

Postby ahcryky » Sun Jun 26, 2011 11:20 am

Do this trade NOW before the other manager takes it back. You're getting a top 5 player.........
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