Scoring Details: Singles: -1 point Doubles: 2 points Triples: 3 points Walks (Batters): 1 point Errors: -1 point Home Runs: 4 points Strikeouts (Batter): -1 point Runs: 1 point Runs Batted In: 1 point Stolen Bases: 1 point Caught Stealing: -1 point
Definitely don't think it's crazy, as it's personal preference with all those bats you have already. However, you should do a little homework on what you think other people will be keeping. If it appears that some Price-like pitchers will find their way back into the draft, then I would hang onto the rarer commodity of Wright. If it looks like people are keeping all of the top of the line starters and your ace choices are slim, then Price would be a fine keeper.
Like I said, it's personal preference. If you can determine whether you want to keep Price versus if you need to keep Price, then that will help.
silverZ wrote:I think I would rather have Price as well. I don't see Wright holding up too well 2-3 years from now. Not that it really matters to you, that is one of the most stacked keeper lists I've ever seen.
Thanks. I made a ton of trades last year taking advantage of owners needing multiple pieces for elite players. It cost me the championship (I finished 2nd), but it was probably worth it for future years. I actually even traded McCutchen for Price late last year (when another owner dropped Crawford) to help with pitching in the playoffs. Imagine this list with him on it!