Crawford is getting a day off Friday, so I'll throw in Bourjos vs. Holland. That leaves me with a decision: start which 1 of the following 3? I can move things around, so which of these bats do I play tonight in his place?
David Wright (home facing facing Tim Hudson) Brett Lawrie (home facing James Shields) Freddy Freeman (@NYM facing Chris Capuano)
12 Team H2H. We Only Keep 6 Players Season to Season, each for 3 years max. * means contract year
C V. Martinez 1B M. Cabrera 2B D. Pedroia 3B D. Wright SS E. Bonifacio OF J. Ellsbury OF C. Crawford* OF C. Gonzalez UT P. Fielder UT A. Rodriguez UT C. Beltran BN F. Freeman BN B. Lawrie BN P. Bourjos DL H. Ramirez
SP R. Halladay SP F. Hernandez SP Z. Greinke* RP J. Walden RP M. Rivera P M. Cain P Y. Gallardo P R. Romero BN B. Beachy BN A. Ogando DL T. Hanson
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No data to go on with Freeman vs. Capuano. Capuano is not very good, but it's still lefty vs. lefty. Wright hasn't done great vs. Hudson but he does have 2 home runs historically and the mets seem to hit at citi field.
Anyone care to weigh in further on Wright vs. Freeman for tonight? I suppose i could always move Beltran into the OF, bench Bourjos and play Wright AND Freeman but Bourjos does well against lefties, and Holland does poorly at home.
I think your best option is to stick with playing Beltran, Bourjos, and Wright. Beltran hits well against J.A. Happ, Bourjos has hit Holland in his career, and Freeman historically doesn't hit lefties as well as righties.