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Postby warner892001 » Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:09 pm

Are either of the players in the Pence deal, Cozart or Singleton worth stashing in a keeper league?
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Re: Pence Deal

Postby ATLbraves » Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:12 pm

I'm not to sure, just depends on how deep your league is. I've read they are both far away from playing in the majors though.

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Re: Pence Deal

Postby mpieco » Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:13 pm

Cozart is a nice prospect, and it looks as though he'll arrive by 2013. He has done well at A and A+ levels, and will either finish the year at A+ or AA for the 'Stros. He has had some health issues, but I think he will get past it.

Singleton is even further away...two years younger, but was on the same level as Cozart this year. I don't see him making an impact for at LEAST 2 years. He was/is a 1B, but with Howard on the team, the Phils were trying him out in the OF. The Astros could try moving him back to 1B maybe? I don't know how much you guys like Brett Wallace as the 1B of the future.

Regardless, you can try stashing them in a keeper league, but I doubt either one of them does anything next year. You're looking at the 2013 season at the earliest.
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